10-Day Reviews

Note: Committees are reviewing curriculum for the NEXT (future) academic year. With the exception of trial courses, curriculum approved in the cyles below is effective the next academic year.

The list below includes early arrivals received Spring and Summer 2014 that are being held for 2014-15 review cycle.

Trial Courses:

Trial Course: NRM F294 - Introduction to Animal Science, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisite of NRM F210; letter graded; to be offered spring; first offering Spring 2015 upon approval. [Posted 6/6/2014]

Trial Course: MSL F294 - History of Ocean Exploration, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisite of ENGL F111X; letter-graded; to be offered each spring; effective Spring 2015 upon approval. [Posted 9/10/2014]

Trial course: MSL F494 - Computer Programming for Scientific Applications, 3 credits (3+0); prerequisite of senior or graduate level standing; letter-graded; to be offered spring of odd-numbered years; effective Spring 2015 upon approval. [Posted 9/10/2014]

Undergraduate New Courses:

New Course: FISH F110 - Fish and Fisheries in a Changing World, 3 credits (3+0); no prerequisites on form, but syllabus includes ENGL F111X as prerequisite; letter graded; offered as FISH F194 in Fall 2014; letter graded; to be offered fall, effective Fall 2015 upon approval. [Posted 4/17/2014]

New Course: PHYS F472Z - Advanced Topics in Physics II: Special Topics in Physics, 1 credit (1+0); prerequisites include PHYS F220 and PHYS F301; letter graded; repeatable based upon different content for maximum of 2 credits; to be offered every semester; effective Fall 2015 upon approval. [Posted 4/18/2014]

Undergraduate Program Changes:

Program Change: B.A. - Fisheries: Remove FISH F101 - Introduction to Fisheries, from degree requirements and replace with FISH F110 - Fish and Fisheries in a Changing World; effective Fall 2015 upon approval. [Posted 9/3/2014]

Program Change: B.S. - Fisheries Sciences: Remove FISH F101 - Introduction to Fisheries, from degree requirements and replace with FISH F110 - Fish and Fisheries in a Changing World; effective Fall 2015 upon approval. [Posted 9/3/2014]

Graduate New Courses:

New Course: FISH F641 - Ecosystem-based Fisheries Management, 2 credits (2+0); prerequisites include FISH F487 or FISH F640 or graduate standing or instructor's permission; offered spring of odd years, first offering spring 2017 upon approval. [Posted 9/3/2014]

Graduate Program Changes:

Program Change: M.Ed. - Elementary Education: Change requirement of 6 credits of elective courses to 3 credits instead, effectively changing to one elective course from two; reduce overall minimum credits required from 33 to 30 credits; effective Fall 2015 upon approval. [Posted 5/6/2014]

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