Graduate Studies


Graduate Council Agenda - April 24, 2017

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 1420

College of Arts & Sciences: P.K. Babu (Vice Chair), Jeff Laurent
College of Business & Technology: Justin Ehrlich, Hoyet Hemphill
College of Education & Human Services: Andrea Hyde, Katharine Pawelko (Chair)
College of Fine Arts & Communication: James Stegall, Michael Stryker

Ex-officio: Nancy Parsons

I. STUDENT APPEALS

A. College Student Personnel

1. Request for a late withdrawal

2. Request to hold an assistantship as a probationary student

B. Kinesiology

1. Request to hold an assistantship as a probationary student

II. ANNOUNCEMENTS

A. Introduction of new Graduate Council members for 2017-2018

1. College of Arts and Sciences

2. College of Business and Technology

3. College of Education and Human Services

B. Election of Chair and Vice Chair 2017-2018

C. Graduate Council Meeting Dates for 2017-2018

D. Academic integrity incident reports filed in the School of Graduate Studies, March 2017 (0)

E. Requests to serve as a reader on exit option committee, March 2017 (6)

1. Biology (6) - Approved

F. Summary of Assessment of Student Learning for 2015-2016

III. GRADUATE CURRICULUM

A. Accounting and Finance

1. Request for a 400-G Level Course

a. FIN 497, International Financial Management, 3 s.h.

B. Communication Sciences and Disorders

1. Request to Increase Credit Hours

a. CSD 535, Voice Disorders, 2 s.h. to 3 s.h.

b. CSD 547, Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 2 s.h. to 3 s.h.

2. Request to Change Graduate Program Requirements

C. Counselor Education

1. Request for a New Graduate (500 or 600-Level) Course

a. CN 514, Foundations and Professional Orientation to School Counseling, 3 s.h.

b. CN 516, Data Driven School Counseling Programs and Practices, 3 s.h.

c. CN 518, Advocacy, Leadership, and Consultation in Comprehensive School Counseling Programs, 3 s.h.

d. CN 592, Practicum: School Counseling, 3 s.h.

e. CN 595, School Counseling Internship I, 3 s.h.

f. CN 596, School Counseling Internship II, 3 s.h.

2. Request to Change Graduate Program Requirements

a. Master of Science in Education in Counseling, School Counseling Option

b. Master of Science in Education in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Option

D. Curriculum and Instruction

1. Request for a New Graduate (500 or 600-Level) Course

a. SPED 515, Diagnostic Assessment for Individuals with Exceptionalities, 4 s.h.

b. SPED 571, Differentiated Behavior Intervention, 3 s.h.

2. Request to Change Graduate Program Requirements

a. Master of Science in Education in Special Education

E. Engineering Technology

1. Request to Change Graduate Program Requirements

a. Master of Science in Instructional Design and Technology

F. Economics and Decision Sciences

1. Request for a New Graduate (500 or 600-Level) Course

a. DS 602, Department Research Seminar, 0 s.h.

b. DS 603, Business Analytics Assessment, 0 s.h.

c. DS 604, Applied Statistics and Decision Analytics Assessment, 0 s.h.

d. ECON 581, Advanced Mathematical Economics, 3 s.h.

2. Request for a 400-G Level Course

a. ECON 428, American Economic History, 3 s.h.

3. Request to Change Graduate Program Requirements

a. Master of Science in Applied Statistics and Decision Analytics

b. Master of Arts in Economics

G. Geography

1. Request for a 400-G Level Course

a. GEOG 402, Advanced Cartography, 3 s.h.

b. GEOG 407, Social Applications of GIS, 3 s.h.

c. GEOG 410, Applied GIScience, 3 s.h.

d. GEOG 440, Connections: A Course in Transport Geography, 3 s.h.

2. Request to Change Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program Requirements

a. GIS Analysis

H. Management and Marketing

1. Request for a 400-G Level Course

a. MKTG 411, Mobile Marketing, 3 s.h.

b. MKTG 441, Customer Relationship Management, 3 s.h.

c. SCM 470, Inventory Strategy, 3 s.h.

I. Political Science

1. Request for a 400-G Level Course

a. POLS 447, Administrative Law and Politics, 3 s.h.

b. POLS 484, Advanced Political Research and Analysis, 3 s.h.

IV. OTHER BUSINESS