The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #94 on 
April 3, 2000:


MOTION 
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The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the Bachelor of Business 
Administration degree requirements to the following:


BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

All majors must earn a "C" or better in all Common Body of Knowledge 
courses, department-specific general requirements, major specific 
requirements, and specific math and statistics requirements.


Core Curriculum Requirements     			 38-39 credits

B.B.A. Degree Requirements     		     [[91-92]] 82-85 credits

Complete the following in addition to the core:

Mathematics:
	MATH 161 Algebra for Business and Economics    	3 credits
	(Math 262 should be taken to complete the 
	   mathematics requirement for the core.)

Social Science and Statistics (10 credits):     
	STAT 200 Elementary Probabilities and Statistics 3 credits
	ECON 200 Principles of Economics      		4 credits
	ECON 227 Intermediate Statistics for 
	   Economics and Business   			3 credits

Common Body of Knowledge (31-34 credits):  
	AIS 101 EFFECTIVE PERSONAL COMPUTER USE 
	   OR DEMONSTRATED COMPUTER LITERACY  	0-3 CREDITS
	ACCT [[101 and 102 Elementary Accounting]]
	   161 AND 262 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS & USES  	6 credits
	AIS 310 Management Information Systems  	3 credits
	   [[or AIS 316 Accounting Information Systems]]
	BA 325 Financial Management    			3 credits
	BA 330 Legal Environment of Business       	4 credits
	BA 343 Principles of Marketing          	3 credits
	BA 360 Production/Operations Management        	3 credits
	BA 390 Organizational Theory and Behavior       3 credits
	BA 462 [[Administrative Policy]] CORPORATE STRATEGY   3 credits
	ECON 324 Intermediate Macroeconomics or 
	   ECON 350 Money and Banking        		3 credits

Major complex*      			[[30]] AT LEAST 27 credits

Minor complex** (optional)      		     15 credits or more

Electives      				    [[13]] 11 or more credits

Minimum credits required for degree   	    [[130]] 123 credits


OF THE ABOVE, AT LEAST 39 CREDITS MUST BE TAKEN IN UPPER 
DIVISION (300 LEVEL OR HIGHER) COURSES.

*Departmental requirements for majors may exceed the minimum 
indicated.  Specific requirements are listed in the Degrees and 
Programs section of the catalog.

**[[The minor must be selected outside of the School of 
Management.]]  Requirements for minors may exceed 15 credits.  
Specific requirements are listed in the Degree and Programs section of 
the catalog.


  	EFFECTIVE:  	Fall 2000
			Upon Chancellor's Approval

	RATIONALE:  	Changes are a result of amendment made 
		over the past several years and reflect revised standards 
		of AACSB.  Deletes requirement that the minor must be 
		selected from outside the School of Management to allow 
		Business Administration and Economics students to 
		complete an Accounting minor.  


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The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #94 on 
April 3, 2000:


MOTION
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend Section 3 (Article V:  
Committees, Standing, Permanent) of the Bylaws by adding E. 9. 
(Steering Committee, Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Degree Program).

[[   ]]  = 	Deletion
CAPS  = 	Additions


STANDING

A.	An Administrative Committee will be composed of the 
	chairpersons of all standing Senate Committees and of 
	permanent Senate committees except the University-wide 
	Promotion and Tenure Committee, [[and]] the Committee to 
	Nominate Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree 
	Recipients, AND THE BAS STEERING COMMITTEE.  

PERMANENT

9. 	The BAS Steering Committee is responsible for overseeing the 
	BAS degree program.  Specific duties of the Committee include:  
	1) evaluating proposals for including or deleting courses within 
	the BAS degree and making recommendations to the CLA 
	Academic Council and the Faculty Senate; 2) developing and 
	evaluating procedures for advising BAS majors; 3) developing 
	and assessing the BAS degree program.  The Committee is 
	responsible for establishing procedures for selecting the BAS 
	coordinator and will select the coordinator for a 2-year term.

	The committee shall be composed of one faculty member 
	elected from each of the following units:  (CLA, CSEM, SOEd, 
	CRA); one faculty member appointed by Faculty Senate; one 
	representative from the Advising Center; the BAS coordinator; 
	and the Dean of the School of Education and the CLA dean or 
	dean designee as ex-officio members.  

	EFFECTIVE:  	Immediately

	RATIONALE:  	The BAS Degree Program consists of courses 
		offered within different schools and colleges at UAF.  
		Creating the Steering Committee as a Permanent 
		Committee of the Faculty Senate retains faculty 
		oversight of the degree program while at the same time 
		providing logistical support and means of accountability.

		It would be inappropriate for the Bachelor of Arts 
		and Science Degree Program to have a seat on the 
		Administrative Committee where other degree programs 
		do not.  


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The UAF Faculty Senate passed the following at its Meeting #94 on 
April 3, 2000:


RESOLUTION
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BE IT RESOLVED, That the UAF Faculty Senate ratifies the election of 
Norm Swazo as President-Elect of the UAF Faculty Senate for 2000-
2001  by acclamation.