The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #28 on 
September 16, 1991:


MOTION PASSED WITH AMENDMENTS (unanimous approval)
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The UAF Faculty Senate approves the attached transfer guidelines 
for students transferring to UAF beginning Spring 1992.


	EFFECTIVE: 	Spring 1992
			Upon Chancellor's approval

	RATIONALE:	These guidelines reflect changes agreed to
		by the original core committees, by the core review 
		committee and by the curricular affairs committee based 
		on examination of course selections by past transfer 
		students, especially from other MAUs in the UA system.



Signed:  R.C. Highsmith, President, UAF Faculty Senate    Date:  9/23/91


Approved:  Joan Wadlow, Chancellor  	Date:  9/23/91


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TRANSFER GUIDELINES

The following table specifies courses completed at other 
institutions which may substitute for UAF's core curriculum 
requirements.  Use of a course for both core and degree 
requirements will be allowed only with specific approval by 
departments.

TABLE OF SUBSTITUTIONS


CORE CURRICULUM COURSES   	COURSES WHICH TRANSFER AS 

Math 131			a 100-level/above mathematics 
				course having a prerequisite of at 
				least two years of high school 
				algebra

Math 262, 200, 201, 202, 272	a calculus course at the 100-
				level/above

English 111			the required first semester 
				freshman composition course at 
				the 100-level.  Must be basic 
				freshman composition and not 
				developmental.

English 211/213 		the second half of the 
				introductory composition series 
				(REQUIRING DOCUMENTED WRITING) 
				at the 100-level or above

Speech 131/141  		a 100-level/above PERFORMANCE 
				course in [fundamentals of oral] 
				SPEECH COMMUNICATION, PUBLIC 
				SPEAKING OR SMALL GROUP 
				communication.

Natural sciences, 8 credits   	courses in a basic natural 
				sciences--biology, chemistry, 
				earth sciences, physics--with 
				labs, at the 100-level/above.  
				Non-lab courses transferable 
				only as a second natural science 
				course.  To fulfill core 
				requirements a transfer student 
				must complete two lab courses or 
				two labs.


PERSPECTIVES ON THE HUMAN 
CONDITION

Modern World History   		a Western or non-Western 
				civilization course  at the 100-
				level or above

Political Economy		a foundation course in political 
				science, economics, or law

Individual, Society & Culture	a foundation course in sociology, 
				social/cultural anthropology, 
				social psychology, psychology, 
				language and culture, or cultural 
				geography, at the 100-level/above

World Literatures		a literature course taken at 
				the 100-level/above

Aesthetic Appreciation		a history or appreciation course in 
				art, theater, or music at the 100-
				level/above

Values and Choice		an upper division course in ethics 

Foreign Language 		minimum of two semesters in a 
				single, non-English language


CAPS = Additions 	[  ] = Deletions


	EFFECTIVE: 	Spring 1992
			Upon Chancellor's Approval

	RATIONALE:  To enhance the articulation of transfer guidelines 
		with those in effect at UAA, UAS, following Regents' 
		policy on transfer credits.


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The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #28 on 
September, 1991:


RESOLUTION PASSED  (unanimous approval)
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BE IT RESOLVED, That the UAF Faculty Senate moves to refer the 
	issue of Program Review to the appropriate permanent 
	committee of the Senate (Curricular Affairs) and ask the 
	committee to advise the Senate, at the October 14, 1991 
	meeting, regarding the role the Faculty Senate should have in 
	the Program Review.  



Signed:  R.C. Highsmith, President, UAF Faculty Senate    Date:  9/23/91


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The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #28 on 
September, 1991:


RESOLUTION PASSED (unanimous approval)
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BE IT RESOLVED, That the UAF Faculty Senate requests that the 
	administration provide a timeline on the implementation of the 
	Total Quality Management (TQM) process and the 
	administration provide a report on the results of the TQM 
	study.



Signed:  R.C. Highsmith, President, UAF Faculty Senate    Date:  9/23/91