2010-2011 Curriculum Submissions for Review by GAAC

Fall 2010 Curriculum for Review by GAAC

Spring 2011 Curriculum is listed at this web page.

Excel Spreadsheet List of Curriculum, as of 11-12-2010.
(Addition of one minor program change: #97-GPCh.)

Excel Spreadsheet List of Curriculum, as of 11-11-2010.
CEM Graduate Cert. in Construction Mgt. - List of New Courses (PDF; Document provided by CEM)

Excel Spreadsheet List of Curriculum, as of 10-22-2010.

TRIAL COURSES:

1-TrMSL F694 - Chemical Coastal Processes, 3 credits (3+0); to be stacked as MSL F494; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered alternate spring, first offering Spring 2011.
Submitted by SFOS / GPMSL.
Contact:  Ana Aguilar-Islas, 474-1524, amaguilarislas@alaska.edu
STATUS:  Approved by GAAC 9/10/2010.  Approved with revisions by Curriculum Review Committee 9/29/2010.  Approved by Provost 10/4/2010.

2-Tr:  MSL F694 - Scientific Writing Techniques, 3 credits (3+0); to be cross-listed as FISH F694; graded Pass/Fail and not repeatable; to be offered alternate spring, first offering Spring 2011.
Submitted by SFOS / GPMSL.
Contact: Brenda Norcross, x7990, norcross@ims.uaf.edu
STATUS:  Approved by GAAC 9/10/2010. Approved by Provost 9/15/2010.

3-4-Tr: BIOL F694 - Communicating Science, 2 credits (2+0); to be cross-listed as MSL F694; letter graded and not repeatable; prerequisite of permission of instructor; to be offered in spring, first offering Spring 2011.  Course materials have been combined into one course as recommended by GAAC. 
Status: GAAC reviewed on 10/25/2010 and approved the course with the changes that have been made.
10/26/2010: Provost approved.

Older 3-Tr: MSL F694 - Communicating Ocean Science, 2 credits (2+0); to be cross-listed as BIOL F694; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered in spring; first offering Spring 2011.
Contact: Laura Conner, 474-6950,  ldconner@alaska.edu
STATUS: GAAC has requested revisions. 

Older 4-Tr:  BIOL F694 - Communicating Climate Change Science, 2 credits (2+0); to be cross-listed as MSL F694; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered spring; first offering Spring 2011.
Contact: Laura Conner, 474-6950,  ldconner@alaska.edu
STATUS: GAAC has requested revisions.

ITEMS CARRIED OVER FROM Spring 2010 review cycle:

26-GNC: New Course: CHEM F618 - Crystallography and Diffraction (Copy of 26-GNC posted here.)
9/13/2010: Revised syllabus for CHEM F618 (Word doc)
STATUS: GAAC approved with revisions to syllabus 9/27/2010.  Provost approved on 10/15/2010.

22-GCCh: Course Change: ME F634 - Advanced Materials Engineering (Copy of 22-GCCh posted here.)
STATUS: GAAC rejected this course change 9/27/2010.

31-GCCh:  BIOL F618 - Biogeography.  This course was not reviewed last spring 2010. It will be included with the submissions for this Fall 2010 and renumbered as #1-GCCh.

Courses and Programs

1-GCCh.: Course Change: BIOL F618 - Biogeography, 3 credits (3+0); stack as BIOL F418; crosslist as both GEOG F418 (existing) and GEOG F618; change frequency from spring to fall offering; change course description; effective Fall 2011. Posted spring 2010 - carried over.
Contact: Patricia Heiser
Status: Approved at Curriculum Review Committee (last spring). 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

2-GCCh.: Course Change: PHYS F645 - Fundamentals of Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, 3 credits (3+0); change course number to F647; cross-list as ATM F647; to be offered fall of odd-numbered years; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: John Olson, x6793
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC. 11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

3-GPCh.:  Program Change: Certificate of Completion for the Post-Baccalaureate K-12 Special Education Licensure Program: Update degree requirements to reflect course number and title changes; and update admission requirements to the program to accommodate candidates who do not already possess a teaching certificate; reduce total credit requirements for the licensure from 30 credits to 24 credits plus addition of a 3-credit prerequisite; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.  12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

4-GPCh.: Program Change: M.Ed. - Special Education: Update degree requirements to reflect course number and title changes; and update admission requirements to the program to accommodate candidates who do not already possess a teaching certificate; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.  12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

5-GCCh.: Course Change:  EDSE F605 - Early Childhood Special Education, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to more accurately reflect required course fieldwork; change frequency of offering to fall only, as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

6-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F610 - Assessment of Students with Disabilities, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to more accurately reflect required course fieldwork; offered summer, as demand warrants; effective Summer 2011 upon approval.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

7-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F612 - Curriculum and Strategies I: Low Incidence, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to more accurately reflect required course fieldwork; offered summer, as demand warrants; effective Summer 2011 upon approval.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.  CR reviewed and approved.
2/21/2011: Provost approved.

8-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F622 - Curriculum and Strategies II: High Incidence, 3 credits (3+0); stacked with EDSE F422; change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; offered in spring; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC. (Curriculum Review looking at F422 stack.)
 

9-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F624 - Social/Emotional Development, Assessment, and Intervention, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; offered fall and as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status:12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

10-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F625 - Teaching Mathematics to Special Learners, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; offered fall and as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

11-GCCh: Course Change: EDSE F633 - Autism: Communication and Social Disorders, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; offered spring and as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

12-GCCh.: Course Change:  EDSE F640 - Collaboration and Consultative Methods, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; eliminate prerequisites to increase enrollment; offered spring and as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

13-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F642 - Autism and Asberger Syndrome: Social and Behavioral Issues, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect fieldwork required; eliminate prerequisites to increase enrollment; update frequency of offering to Summer, as demand warrants; effective Summer 2010 upon approval.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

14-GCCh.: Course Change: EDSE F677 - Reading Assessment, Curriculum and Strategies, 3 credits (3+0); change credit distribution to (3+0+1) to reflect the fieldwork required in the course; offered spring and as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Joanne Healy, x1557
Status: 12/13/2010: Approved at GAAC.
12/14/2010: Provost approved.

15-GPCh.: Program Change: K-12 Art Licensure Program: add EDSC F205 as an option in the program requirements; effective Summer 2011 upon approval.
Contact: Larry Meath, x6589
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

16-GCCh.:  Course Change: FISH F626 - Behavioral and Physiological Ecology of Fishes, 3 credits (3+0); stacked as FISH F426; change title to Behavioral Ecology of Fishes; drop FISH F288 from prerequisites; ADD FISH F301 OR BIOL F271 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR TO PREREQUISITES; add requirement of "graduate standing or permission of instructor" for graduate level; update description; to be offered alternate spring semesters; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Andrew Seitz, x5254
Status: Curriculum Review Committee discussed on 10/15/2010; questions re prerequisites.
10/20/2010: Additions (caps above) to prerequisites and approved at Curriculum Review. 
10/25/2010: GAAC approved this course with minor changes. 
10/26/2010: Provost approved.

17-GNC: New Course: FISH F628 - Physiological Ecology of Fishes, 3 credits (3+0); to be stacked as FISH F428; prerequisites include BIOL F115X, BIOL F116X, FISH F301 or BIOL F271 or permission of instructor; recommended courses include FISH F425 or BIOL F271, FISH F427, BIOL F310; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered spring of odd-years; first offering in Spring 2013; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Andrew Seitz, x5254
Status: Reviewed at Curriculum Review on 10/15/2010 (they have questions re prerequisites).  10/20/2010: Additions made to prerequisites and approved at Curriculum Review. 
Reviewed at GAAC on 10/25/2010 and there will be some follow-up on questions about the prerequisites.
11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC with changes.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

18-GCCh.: Course Change: ATM F613/F413 - Atmospheric Radiation, 3 credits (3+0); cross-list and stack as PHYS F613/F413; offered fall of odd-numbered years; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Nicole Molders, x7910
Status: 11/29/2010: Discussed at GAAC.  To be further reviewed at next meeting.
2/14/2011: Approved at GAAC.
2/21/2011: Provost approved.

19-GNC: New Course: ATM F666 - Atmospheric Remote Sensing, 3 credits (3+0); letter graded and not repeatable; prerequisites include ATM F401/ATMF601 or permission of instructor; to be offered spring of odd-numbered years, first offering Spring 2013; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Kenneth Sassen, x7845
Status: 10/25/2010: GAAC reviewed the course and has requested revisions to the syllabus.
2/21/2011: Jen S. will email the instructor to follow up with revisions.
2/28/2011: GAAC approved conditionally upon adding reading assignments in syllabus.
6/8/2011: Provost approved.

20-GCDr.: Course Drop:  MSL F611 - Field Problems in Marine Biology, 5 credits (5+0); course is now obsolete and has not been offered in ten years; course content is covered in MSL F450 and MSL F651; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Katrin Iken, x5192
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

21-GCDr.: Course Drop: MSL F616 - Metabolic Physiology, 3 credits (3+0); drop course which hasn't been taught in more than 5 years due to low demand; content is covered in MSL F615; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Katrin Iken, x5192
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

22-GNC: New Course: MSL F612 - Early Life Histories of Marine Invertebrates, 3 credits (3+0); to be letter graded and not repeatable; recommended graduate standing or instructor permission, and Invertebrate zoology; to be offered alternate fall, first offering Fall 2011; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Sarah Hardy, x7616
Status: 10/25/2010: Approved at GAAC with some minor revisions.  10/26/2010: Provost approved.

23-GCDr.: Course Drop: MSF F617 - Marine Mammal Management, 3 credits (3+0); course has not been offered in more than five years; much of the course content is covered in MSL F619; low demand for the course; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Katrin Iken, x5192
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

24-GNC: New Course: FISH F631 - Data Analysis in Community Ecology, 3 credits (3+0); to be cross-listed as MSL F631; letter graded and not repeatable; prerequisites include STAT F200X, STAT F401 or equivalent; FISH F693 or familiarity with R, general ecology, graduate standing in Fisheries or permission of instructor; to be offered spring of odd-numbered years; first offering spring 2013; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Franz Mueter, 907-796-5448
Status: 10/25/2010: Reviewed at GAAC. Some minor revisions are being requested.
11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC with revisions. 12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

25-GNC: New Course: ATM F678 - Mesoscale Dynamics, 3 credits (3+0); letter-graded and not repeatable; prerequisites include ATM F401/ATM F601 or permission of instructor; recommended are Calculus I to III and a 400-level Physics; to be offered as demand warrants; first offering in Spring 2012; effective Fall 2010.
Contact: Nicole Molders, x7910
Status: 11/29/2010: Discussed at GAAC.  To be further reviewed at next meeting.
2/21/2011: Ken A. to follow up with instructor.
3/10/2011: Revised syllabus received and sent to GAAC for review.
3/14/2011: GAAC approved.
3/17/2011: Provost approved.
 

26-GCCh.: Course Change: WLF F625 - Analysis of Vertebrate Population Survival and Movement, 3 credits (2+3); change title to "Population Dynamics of Vertebrates"; course is cross-listed with FISH F625; change to 4 credits with a distribution of (3+3); offered spring of odd-numbered years; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Christine Hunter, x6743; Mark Lindberg, x6598
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC with revisions to the syllabus (see below). 12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

27-GNP:  New Program: M.A. - Political Science: Requires 6 credits of core courses for the degree from PS F603 and PS F622; and 24 additional credits from either the concentration of Environmental Politics and Policy, or the concentration of Arctic Policy; effective Fall 2011 pending all approvals including BOR.
Contacts: Jon Rosenberg, x6502; Jerry McBeath, x6505.  See updated survey (below).
Status: GAAC met with faculty from Political Science and Northern Studies on 1/24/2011.  See revised program proposal (below).
2/21/2011 Meeting notes: GAAC recommends issues regarding program funding and TA-ships be more fully discussed by the unit. Issue that SW will not approve any new programs per UA President's mandate.

28-GNC: New Course: PS F622 - Political Science Research Design and Methods, 3 credits (3+0); seminar and lecture format; prerequisites include graduate standing or permission of instructor; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered every spring, first offering Spring 2012; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Jon Rosenberg, x6502.
5/16/2011: Syllabus revisions have been requested by GAAC. Pending further review.

29-GNC: New Course: PS F669 - Arctic Politics and Governance, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include graduate standing or permission of instructor, and PS F450, PS F452, or PS F454 or equivalent; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered every fall, first offering Fall 2011; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Jon Rosenberg, x6502.
5/16/2011: GAAC approved with revisions.
5/17/2011: Provost approved.

30-GNC: New Course: PS F675 - Internship in Public Affairs, 3 credits (0+0+10-15); prerequisite of graduate standing or permission of instructor; letter graded; repeatable two times for a maximum 6 credits; to be offered fall and spring; first offering Spring 2012; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Jon Rosenberg, x6502.
Status: GAAC discussed on 1/24/2011. Revisions requested and received.
5/18/2011: Course is pending resubmission of P.S. Master's Program proposal.

31-GCCh.: Course Change: PSY F652 - Practicum Placement - Clinical I, 1-3 credits (1-3+0); change repeatability from a maximum of 6 credits to 9 credits; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Dani Sheppard, x7012
Status: 2/14/2011: Approved at GAAC.

32-GCCh.: Course Change: PSY F653 - Practicum Placement - Clinical II, 1-3 credits (1-3+0); change repeatability from a maximum of 6 credits to 9 credits; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Dani Sheppard, x7012
Status: 2/14/2011: Approved at GAAC.

33-GPCh.: Program Change: M.S., M.A.T. - Biology:  change the name of the degree from M.S., M.A.T. Biology to M.S., M.A.T. Biological Sciences; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Christa Mulder, x6294
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.  12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

34-GPCh.: Program Change: Ph.D. - Biological Sciences:  remove the concentrations of Biology, Botany, and Zoology as there are no requirements associated with them; keep the concentration of Wildlife Biology and Conservation; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Christa Mulder, x6294
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC.  12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

35-GPCh.: Program Change: M.Ed. - Reading and K-12 Reading Endorsement:  remove this area of specialization from the School of Education's master's graduate program due to low enrollment; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Allan Morotti, x5362
Status: 2/14/2011: Approved at GAAC.
2/21/2011: Provost approved.

36-GNC: New Course: EE F614 - Numerical Methods for Electrical Engineers, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include graduate standing in Electrical or Computer Engineering or permission of instructor; with Electromagnetic Waves, Digital Signal Processing, Programming in C, and Matlab recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Bill Bristow, x7357
Status: Some discussion at 11/29/2010 meeting.  GAAC to review further at next meeting.
2/14/2011:  This course proposal will be re-submitted when an instructor is identified to teach the course.

37-GNC: New Course: EE F643 - Selected Topics in Computer Engineering, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include CS F201 or ES F201, EE F443, graduate standing, or permission of instructor; with EE F463 or EE F464 recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered fall of odd years; first offering Fall 2011, effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Dejan Raskovic, x5256.
Status: 11/29/2010: Approved at GAAC with revisions.  Note that title is changed to "Advanced Architectures for Parallel Computing." 
12/1/2010: Approved by Provost.

38-GNC: New Course: EE F646 - Wireless Sensor Networks, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include CS F201 or ES F201, EE F341 or EE F343, graduate standing, or permission of instructor; with EE F443, EE F444, EE F463 or EE F464 recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered fall of even years; first offering Fall 2012, effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Dejan Raskovic, x5256.
Status: 2/21/2011:  A revised syllabus is in progress.
2/28/2011: GAAC approved.
6/8/2011: Provost approved.

39-GNC: New Course: EE F668 - Radar Systems, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include graduate standing in Electrical or Computer Engineering, or permission of instructor; with Electromagnetic Waves, Digital Signal Processing recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Bill Bristow, x7357
Status: 2/21/2011: Changes to syllabus have been requested.
2/28/2011:  GAAC did not approve this course. 

40-GNC: New Course: EE F675 - Robot Modeling and Control, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisites include EE F471, PHYS F212, or equivalent courses in automatic control systems, and mechanics; with EE F303 or equivalent electrical machinery courses and some experience with MatLab recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Status: To be reviewed by GAAC.
Contact: Seta Bogosyan, x2755
Status: 2/21/2011: Some changes have been received.
2/28/2011: GAAC has approved conditionally upon some syllabus revisions.
5/16/2011: Approved with revised syllabus (below).
6/8/2011: Provost approved.

41-GPCh.: Program Change: Ph.D. - Fisheries: Modify the admission requirements to the program so that it may be entered directly from the Bachelor's program upon meeting specified requirements; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Ginny Eckert, 796-5450
Status: 2/21/2011: Approved at GAAC.  Conferred with SFOS since they had submitted this last year and it was approved by the Provost then.  Changes are in the current catalog.  No further action necessary.

42-GPCh.: Program Change: M.S. - Fisheries: Expand the current requirement of one elective course to include three core courses - one from each of three key domains of fishery research and practice; note that only nine credits of the required minimum of 30 credits may be at the 400-level; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Courtney Carothers, x5329
Status: 2/21/2011: Approved at GAAC.

43-GNC: New Course: FISH F680 - Marine Sustainability Internship, 2 credits (0+0+2); to be cross-listed as MSL F680 and NRM F680 AND ANTH F680; 8-week (minimum) summer internship with a meeting in the fall to report and discuss experiences; prerequisites include MSL F652, or permission of instructor; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered every summer/fall; effective Summer/Fall 2011 upon approval.
Contact: Ginny Eckert, 796-5450
Status: 2/21/2011: Approved at GAAC.
2/28/2011: Provost approved.

44-GNC: New Course: CE F651A - Introduction to Construction Contract Administration, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.
 

45-GNC: New Course: CE F651B - Construction Claims: Prevention, Analysis, and Dispute Resolution, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

46-GNC: New Course: CE F651C - Construction Claims Case Studies, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

47-GNC: New Course: CE F651D - Topics in Construction Contract Administration, (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

48-GNC: New Course: CE F652A - Project Management Organization and Delivery Systems, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

49-GNC: New Course: CE F652B - Alternate Project Delivery Systems, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

50-GNC: New Course: CE F652C - Pre-Construction Contracts, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

51-GNC:  New Course: CE F652D - Topics in Project Contracts, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

52-GNC: New Course: CE 653A - Scheduling for Construction Administration, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

53-GNC: New Course: CE 653B - Project Network Scheduling, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

54-GNC: New Course: CE 653C - Project Controls, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

55-GNC: New Course: CE 653D - Topics in Project Scheduling and Controls, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

56-GNC: New Course: CE 654A - Construction Estimating Basics, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

57-GNC: New Course: CE 654B - Advanced Construction Estimating, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

58-GNC: New Course: CE 654C - Advanced Dirt Estimating, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

59-GNC: New Course: CE 654D - Topics in Project Estimating, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

60-GNC: New Course: CE 655A - Managing Project Risk, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

61-GNC: New Course: CE 655B - Managing Business Risk, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

62-GNC: New Course: CE 655C - Topics in Risk Management, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

63-GNC: New Course: CE 656A - Arctic Construction, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

64-GNC: New Course: CE 656B - Introduction to Safety Engineering, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

65-GNC: New Course: CE 656C - Quality Control, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

66-GNC: New Course: CE 656D - Introduction to Right of Way Law, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

67-GNC: New Course: CE 656E - Construction-Related Law Topics, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

68-GNC: New Course: CE 656F - Remote Construction, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

69-GNC:  New Course: CE 656G - Environmental Laws and Permitting, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

70-GNC: New Course: CE 656H - New Technology for Construction, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

71-GNC: New Course: CE 656I - Topics in Construction, 1 credit (4.5+0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

72-GNC: New Course: CE F657A - Supervising Others, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

73-GNC: New Course: CE F657B - Managing Change Productively, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

74-GNC: New Course: CE F657C - Leading and Developing Cross-functional Teams,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

75-GNC: New Course: CE F657D - Collaborative Critical Thinking, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

76-GNC: New Course: CE F657E - Ethics, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

77-GNC: New Course: CE F657F - Organizational Behavior in Projects, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

78-GNC: New Course: CE F657G - Topics in Leadership, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

79-GNC: New Course: CE F658A - Project Interaction with Regulators, Stakeholders, and the Public, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

80-GNC: New Course: CE F658B - Project Proposals, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

81-GNC: New Course: CE F658C - Alaska Rural Projects, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

82-GNC: New Course: CE F658D - Information Technology, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

83-GNC: New Course: CE F658E - Stakeholders and Their Management, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

84-GNC: New Course: CE F658F - Written Communications, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

85-GNC: New Course: CE F658G - Negotiations, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

86-GNC: New Course: CE F658H - Effective Verbal and Visual Communications,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

87-GNC: New Course: CE F658I - Topics in Communications,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

88-GNC: New Course: CE F659A - Mentoring Skills,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

89-GNC: New Course: CE F659B - The Legal, Ethical and Practical Aspects of Personnel Decision Making,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

90-GNC: New Course: CE F659C - Recruiting and Retention,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

91-GNC: New Course: CE F659D - Labor Relations,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable;  to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

92-GNC: New Course: CE F659E - Topics in Personnel for Projects,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

93-GNC: New Course: CE F660A - Planning and Project Definition, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

94-GNC: New Course: CE F660B - Project Management Boot Camp, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

95-GNC: New Course: CE F660C - Public Policy and Public Administration, 1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and not repeatable; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

96-GNC: New Course: CE F660D - Topics in Program Management,  1 credit (4.5 +0) over a 3-week compressed format; no prerequisites, but admission to the Graduate Certificate in Construction Management program is recommended; letter graded and repeatable three times based upon different course content; to be offered as demand warrants; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Robert Perkins, x7694
Status: Committee recommends these be 500-level professional development courses instead.

97-GPCh.: Program Change: M.S. - Statistics:Corrections to the catalog language regarding the comprehensive exam for the program; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Margaret Short, x5249
Status: 11/15/2010 - approved at GAAC.
11/15/2010 - approved by Provost.

The following course has now been submitted as #11-Trial Course.
98-GCCh.: Course Change: GEOG F612 - Geography of Climate and Environmental Change, 3 credits (3+0); change title to Processes of Climate Change Past, Present, and Future; change from 3 to 4 credits (4+0); cross-list as ATM, BIOL and GEOS F612 and stack all as F412; change frequency of offering from spring to fall; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Patricia Heiser, x7068
Status: To be reviewed by GAAC AS #11-TRIAL COURSE INSTEAD. 
Note:  12/3/2010: Reviewed at Curriculum Review Commitee who recommend this not be combined with ATM F456, and that it be a trial course at the graduate level first. 

99-GCCh.: Change Course: BIOL F675 / 475 - Vegetation Description and Analysis, 2 credits (1+3); change the course number to [[F479]] F448; change to 3 credits with a distribution of (2+3); cross-list with NRM F448 and GEOG F448; stack as BIOL F648 with GEOG F648 and NRM F648; change prerequisites by removing BIOL F474 or other general ecology course, and add BIOL F239 and F271 or permission of instructor; update description; offered fall of even-numbered years; effective Fall 2011.
Contact: Donald Walker, x2460
Status: To be reviewed by GAAC.
Note: 1/4/2011: Reviewed at Curriculum Review for undergraduate level.  Course numbering conflict at graduate level; Anita notes that F448 / F648 will work instead for crosslisting and stacking.  CR noted concerns about rigor at the graduate level; and significant field work in fall semester.
5/16/2011:  ON HOLD; this paperwork will be re-submitted in Fall 2011.


 

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