Winthrop University Curriculum Notification
The listed curricular items have been reviewed and/or approved by the Committee on University Curriculum. They do not require further action for approval. Any faculty member may request an item be placed on the agenda for review and/or approval by Academic Council, Faculty Conference or Graduate Faculty Assembly (as appropriate.)
To review the full details on any item, log into the Curriculum Application System.
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- Click the “Advanced Search” button.
- Enter the appropriate course designator and number (without spaces).
- Click the “Find” button.
- Click on the “View” button to review the item.
- If you are looking at a program change, select the “View Program Changes” link at the top and then select the “Advanced Search” button.
To request an item be placed on the agenda of the appropriate body, contact the Chair or Secretary of the body.
Academic Council: Jo Koster, Chair; Gina Jones, Secretary
Faculty Conference: John Bird, Chair; Casey Cothran, Secretary
Graduate Faculty Assembly: Sue Lyman, Chair; Brad Witzel, Secretary
Questions regarding the process may be directed to Tim Drueke, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The listed curricular items have been reviewed and/or approved by the Committee on University Curriculum. They do not require further action for approval. Any member of faculty conference may request an item be placed on the agenda for review and/or approval by Academic Council, Faculty Conference or Graduate Faculty Assembly (as appropriate.)
The Committee on Undergraduate Curriculum met electronically during the week of November 1-7 to approve the following item which requires no further action:
SPMA 101, Introduction to Sport Management--Course Modification: Remove prerequisite of "SPMA Majors or by permission of instructor"; Add Methods of Evaluation and Goals for the Course.
At the December meeting, Graduate Council approved the following items which require no further action.
DCED 591, Principles of Teaching Dance—new course
DCED 592, Field Experience in Teaching Dance—new course
HIST 502, Social Movements in the United States Since the 1960s—new course
PEAC 502, Historical and Cultural Study of Selected Social Movements in the United States Since the 1960s—new course
THED 591, Principles of Teaching Theatre—new course
THED 59,2 Field Experience in Teaching Theatre—new course
MED-SPED—change 12 hours of electives to specific courses: SPED 561 (Characteristics of Students with Learning Disabilities), SPED 610 (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) SPED 681 (Mathematics Interventions) and READ 620 (Literacy Strategies for Struggling Learners).