Graduate Studies


Graduate Council Agenda - April 23, 2018

Note: Graduate Council Meeting Minutes will be posted on the
Graduate Studies website within five (5) business days of the meeting.

3:00 – 5:00 p.m., Horrabin Hall, Room 60/QC Complex 2203

College of Arts & Sciences: Kishor Kapale (Vice Chair), Jeff Laurent (Chair)
College of Business & Technology: Justin Ehrlich, Hoyet Hemphill
College of Education & Human Services: Andrea Hyde, Sebastian Szyjka
College of Fine Arts & Communication: James Stegall, Michael Stryker

Ex-officio: Nancy Parsons

 

I. STUDENT APPEALS

A. Request for a late withdrawal

1. Biology

2. Supply Chain Management PBC

B. Request to hold an assistantship as a probationary student

1. College Student Personnel

2. Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration  
            

II.  ANNOUNCEMENTS

A. Introduction of new Graduate Council members for 2018-2019

B. Election of Chair and Vice Chair for 2018-2019

C. Graduate Council Meeting Dates for 2018-2019

D. Academic integrity incident reports filed in the School of Graduate Studies, March 2018 (1)

1. Resolved at instructor level (1)

E. Requests to serve as a reader on exit option committee, March 2018 (1)

1. Chemistry (1) - Approved

F. Summary of Assessment of Student Learning for 2016-2017

III. GRADUATE CURRICULUM

A. Accounting and Finance

1. Request for a 400-G level course

a. FIN 445, Financial Modeling and Statement Analysis, 3 s.h.

B. Chemistry

1. Request for a 400-G level course

a. CHEM 425, Biochemistry of Human Disease, 4 s.h.

C. Computer Sciences

1. Request for a 400-G level course

a. CS 478, GPU Programming, 3 s.h.

b. CSEC 482, Wireless LANs and Security, 3 s.h.

2. Request to change graduate program requirements

a. Master of Science in Computer Science

D. Economics and Decision Sciences

1. Request to change graduate program requirements

a. Master of Science in Applied Statistics and Decision Analytics 

E. Kinesiology

1. Request for a new graduate (500 or 600-level) course

a. KIN 579, Ethical Issues in Sport Psychology, 3 s.h.

2. Request for 675 experimental course

a. KIN 675, Critical Theory and Diversity, 3 s.h.

3. Request for cross-listed course

a. KIN/RPTA 675, Critical Theory and Diversity, 3 s.h.

F. Liberal Arts and Sciences

1. Request for integrated baccalaureate and master’s degree program

a. Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Master of Liberal Arts and Sciences

G. Management and Marketing

1. Request for a 400-G level course

a. HRM 444, International Human Resource Management, 3 s.h.

IV. OTHER BUSINESS