Minutes of the

FACULTY SENATE MEETING

April 29, 2002

 

APPROVED

 

PRESENT:                             Mike Arguello, Chris Barkley, Bill Bedford, Monika Brannick, Mike Byron, Judy Cater, MaryAnn Drinan, Nancy Galli,  Katheryn Garlow, Doug Key, Stan Levy, Mario Mendez, Ruben Murcia, Morgan Peterson, Suzann Norton, Jose Rangel, Joe Stanford, Sara Thompson, Fari Towfiq, Rocco Versaci, Anne Voth, April Woods

 

ABSENT:                               Maria Miller

 

GUESTS:                                Carlton Smith

 

CALL TO ORDER:               The meeting was called to order by the president, Chris Barkley, at 2:00 p.m., in Room SU-30.

 

Approval of Minutes:         The minutes of April 22, 2002, were approved as amended.

 

Curriculum Co-Chair:           Chris Barkley reported that Phil deBarros has resigned as the newly appointed Curriculum Chair for 2002-2003. Since 30 days has passed since the appointment, an announcement will be distributed to contract faculty members soliciting applications. This will be presented for action at the May 6th Senate meeting.

 

Committee

Appointments:                     Chris Barkley stated that before the faculty appointment to the Hiring Committee for the Dean of Human Arts & Sciences was made, a faculty member from the PE department had come forward asking to be considered as a committee member. Dean Rourke and Diane Lutz have agreed to appoint an additional faculty member to the committee.

 

Motion 1                                MSC Levy, Cater: Faculty Senate approval of Sherry Titus to the Hiring Committee for the Dean of Human Arts & Sciences.

 

Research Award:                 

 

Motion 2                                MSC Norton, Peterson: Move to Executive Session to discuss the candidates for the Palomar College Research Award.

 

                                                The Senate moved to Executive Session at 2:17 p.m.

 

                                                Open Session resumed at 2:30 p.m.

 

                                                Senate members requested that back-up materials be provided for some of the nominations. Nominees will be contacted and asked to forward any and all documentation to support their nomination to the Senate office prior to the May 6th meeting.

 

Governance Structure

Sunshining:                           Copies of the comments received during the sunshining of the four planning council documents were provided. Discussion followed on the comments which were received from faculty members:

 

                                                Administrative Services Planning Council

·         3 levels of Planning Committees in charge (Facilities Planning Committee).

·         Membership needs more faculty.

 

Human Resources Services Planning Council

·         Professional Development Coordinator should be a member rather than the Assistant to the Professional Development Coordinator.

 

Chris Barkley stated that the assistant was suggested because the Professional Development Coordinator sits on the Strategic Planning Council and it didn’t make sense to have someone sitting on a council that reports to another council that the PD Coordinator is already on. Katheryn Garlow indicated that the Professional Development Assistant serves as a member on the Professional Development Committee, knows all the details of the professional development office, as well as how all the staff development and professional growth programs operate.

 

Student Services Planning Council

·         Faculty membership should have two members from instructional faculty supported by Math department vote.

·         Ron Haines, DSP&S Coordinator, had never heard of this planning group before the week of April 11th.

·         DSP&S faculty oppose the either DSP&S or EOP&S counselor idea. Should be one faculty (not necessarily counselor) from each.

·         Why are the Director of Athletics and Director of Student Affairs on the committee but not the DSP&S and EOP&S Coordinator?

·         As a matter of clarification, why are meetings scheduled for morning rather than afternoons like the other planning committees? This certainly is not a convenient time for most faculty.

·         There should be representation on this council that reflects the role of the council. The role of the council is to provide guidance to various task forces and advisory committees including EOP&S, DSP&S and International Students. EOP&S and DSP&S Directors should be designated. There was an objection to the Director of Athletics and Student Affairs being on the Council instead of the above named directors.

·         The faculty representative from DSP&S should be either a counselor or teaching faculty.

·         Representation should be from both DSP&S and EOP&S not either/or. Both are categorically funded, but each has very different roles and funding reflects very different purposes.

·         Three faculty members on the entire council? That is clearly underrepresentation. There should be faculty from each area of counseling (including Career Center), DSP&S, and EOP&S.

 

Senate members agreed that clarification should be made on how faculty hiring will occur within each division.

 

Curriculum:                            Monika Brannick reported that the following Curriculum items would be brought back for Senate action on May 6th:

 

A. Corrections to New Courses

 

1.    Catalog IDs:  AP C 203, AP C 204, AP C 205, AP C 206, AP C 207, AP C 208, AP C 209, AP C 210,

        AP C 211, AP C 212, AP C 213, AP C 214, AP C 215, AP C 216, AP C 217, AP C 218, AP C 219,

        AP C 220, AP C 221, AP C 222, AP C 223, and AP C 224

Discipline(s): Apprenticeship Training - Carpentry

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required elective course in:  Apprenticeship Carpentry

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

2.     Catalog ID:  AP C 225

Discipline(s): Apprenticeship Training - Carpentry

Requisite validated: N/A

Dually listed as: N/A
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required elective course in:  Apprenticeship Carpentry
General Education: N/A

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications: Qualification for Apprenticeship-masters degree required: NO

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

225 Formwork Problems

One hour lecture-One & one-half hour laboratory (1.5)

This course will address form design, material estimating and problems relative to form construction.   Related safety, math and blueprint reading will be covered. May be taken two times.

 

3.     Catalog ID:  AP C 226 

Discipline(s): Apprenticeship Training - Carpentry

Requisite validated: N/A

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required elective course in:  Apprenticeship Carpentry
Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

226 Bridge Construction

One hour lecture-One & one-half hour laboratory (1.5)

This course is to give an overview of basic bridge construction. Related safety, math and blueprint reading will be covered. May be taken two times.

 

4.     Catalog ID:  AP C 227

Discipline(s): Apprenticeship Training - Carpentry

Requisite validated: N/A

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required elective course in:  Apprenticeship Carpentry
Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

227 Stairs & Ramps

One hour lecture-One & one-half hour laboratory (1.5)

This course is designed to teach the various techniques used to form stairs and ramp structures. Related safety, math and blueprint reading will be covered. May be taken two times.

 

5.    Catalog ID:  CSIS 193

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems

Requisite validated: Yes

Dually listed as: N/A
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course elective in: Web Developer (Windows Emphasis); elective required course in: Web Developer (Java / Open Source Emphasis)
General Education: N/A

Distance Learning offering(s): online

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications: Computer Science - master’s degree required: YES

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

193 Java II – Servlets and JSPs

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation: CSIS 192

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform server-side Java programming using Servlets and JSPs, HTML form data, Session Tracking, Cookies, JSP scripting elements, including Applets in JSP documents, using JavaBeans with JSP, and creating custom JSP Tag libraries.

 

6.    Catalog ID: CSIS 283

Discipline(s): Computer Science and Information Systems

Requisite validated: YES
Dually listed as: N/A
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): elective required in: CSIS - Web Server Administrator, and elective in: CSIS - Web Developer
General Education: N/A

Distance Learning offering(s): online              

Discipline for Minimum Qualifications: Computer Science master’s degree required: YES

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

283 .NET Framework

Two hours lecture-Two hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation: CSIS 137

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the underlying Common Language Runtime (CLR) to its specialized packages for ASP.NET, Web Forms, Windows Forms, XML and data access (ADO.NET).  The major .NET languages, including VB.NET, C# and Managed C++ are surveyed.  CSU;UC pending

 

B.  Corrections to Changes to Existing Courses

 

1.    Catalog ID: ART 240

Discipline(s): Art

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Commercial Art Production, Graphic Design,

elective in: Illustration

Distance Learning offering(s): television, computer assisted instruction N/A   

Prerequisite for:  ART 241, ART 242 and ART 243

Catalog page:  98

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

240 Introduction to Computers for Art

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation:  ART 120 or ART 110 and ART 104 or ART 111

Introduction to techniques of drawing and design on the personal computer. Critical analysis and application of operating principles, creating files, elementary word processing, and graphics. Emphasis is placed on the conceptual and practical uses of computers in art and design. May be taken two times. CSU

 

2.         Catalog ID: ART 241

Discipline(s):  Art

Requisite validated: YES
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Graphic Design; elective in: Illustration; recommended elective in: Interactive Media Design (3D Modeling and Animation Emphasis)

Distance Learning offering(s): television, online, computer assisted instruction  N/A

Catalog page: 98

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

241 Computer Graphics

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation: ART 240

Two-dimensional graphics applications of the computer using Adobe Photoshop software. Explore relationship between computer media and traditional art media. Digital image processing and storage, digital painting methods and layout generation. Technical issues pertaining to generation of digital art.  May be taken two times. CSU

 

3.   Catalog ID: CHDV 150

Discipline(s): Child Development

Requisite validated: YES
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Child Development Specialization – Directors

Distance Learning offering(s): television

Catalog page: 118

Effective term: FALL      2002

       

151 150 Advanced Administration for Early Childhood Directors

Three hours lecture (3)

Recommended preparation: Completion of 18 units in Child Development

Application of basic management principles in Child Development programs including State regulations, funding, budget preparation, and policy writing. CSU

 

4.    Catalog ID:  GC 140/R GC 140

Discipline(s): Graphic Communications and ROP - Graphic Communications

Dually listed as: R GC 140
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Digital Imaging, Digital Media, Electronic Publishing, Graphic Communications Management, Graphic Communications Production, Interactive Media Design (3D Modeling & Animation), Internet Publisher, Screen Printing; elective in: Interactive Media Design (Multimedia Design)

Distance Learning offering(s): television, computer assisted instruction, online              

Prerequisite for: GC 142, GC 144, GC 154, GC 164, GC 201, GC 204, GC 206, GC 207, and GC 219

Catalog page: 165

Effective term: FALL      2002

 

140 Digital Imaging/Photoshop 1

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

The study of digital imaging and editing with Adobe Phototshop for visual, pictorial and graphic use in all media. Emphasis on creating and enhancing imagery for effective use in mass communication mediums.  This course is dually listed as Regional Occupational Program GC 140.  May be taken four times.

 

5.    Catalog ID: GC 204

Discipline(s): Graphic Communications

Requisite validated: YES
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Digital Media

Distance Learning offering(s): online, computer assisted instruction

Catalog page: 167

Effective term: FALL 2002

 

204 Motion Graphics for Multimedia-A (After Effects)

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Recommended preparation: GC 140

Explores project planning, setup, execution, and output of motion-based graphics. Incorporates exploration and integration of sound, graphics, digital video, 2-D animation, and text for multimedia. May be taken four times. CSU

 

6.    Catalog ID: GC 207

Discipline(s): Graphic Communications

Requisite validated: YES

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Digital Media               

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Catalog page: 167

Effective term: FALL 2002

 

207 Motion Graphics for Multimedia-B (Final Cut Pro)

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: GC 140

Exploration  of concepts, design, and development of digital video production and editing skills as they relate to CD Rom/DVD, Internet, and Digital Video Tape. May be taken four times. CSU

 

7.    Catalog ID: PSYC 140/SOC 140

Discipline(s): Psychology and Sociology

Requisite validated: YES
Dually listed as: SOC 140
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Psychological and Social Services

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Prerequisite for: PSYC 150/SOC 150, PSYC 160/SOC 160, PSYC 298/SOC 298

Catalog page: 210

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

140 Introduction to Psychological and Social Services

Three hours lecture‑Three hours field placement  lab (4) (3)

Recommended preparation: PSYC 100 or SOC 100

Community resources and techniques in the helping professions. Students will gain familiarity with community agencies and their functions, and learn specific techniques useful for working in such settings. Included will be techniques of interviewing, assessment, intervention, and referral. Volunteer work in agencies is required. This course is dually listed as SOC 140. CSU

 

8.    Catalog ID: SOC 140/PSYC 140

Discipline(s): Sociology and Psychology

Requisite validated: YES
Dually listed as: PSYC 140              
A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Psychological and Social Services

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Prerequisite for: SOC 150/PSYC 150, SOC 160/ PSYC 160, SOC 298/PSYC 298

Catalog page: 210

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

140 Introduction to Psychological and Social Services

Three hours lecture‑Three hours field placement  lab  (4) (3)

Recommended preparation: PSYC 100 or SOC 100

Community resources and techniques in the helping professions. Students will gain familiarity with community agencies and their functions, and learn specific techniques useful for working in such settings. Included will be techniques of interviewing, assessment, intervention, and referral. Volunteer work in agencies is required. This course is dually listed as PSYC 140. CSU

 

9.   Catalog ID:  R CSIS 127

Discipline(s): ROP - Computer Science and Information Systems    

Distance Learning offering(s): television, online NA

Prerequisite for: R CSIS 128

Catalog page: 237

Effective term: FALL 2002

 

127 Word Processing Software – Basic

Two hours lecture/laboratory (1)

Recommended preparation:  A keyboarding speed of 20 net words a minute

Study of word processing skills using Microsoft Office. Course includes file creation, modification, and formatting, saving and printing files, graphics, report generation elements, and integration of Word documents within the Office suite.  Hands-on labs using state of the art software are an integral part of this course, as well as guided instruction. May be taken four times.  CSU

 

10.  Catalog ID: R CSIS 128

Discipline(s): ROP - Computer Science and Information Systems

Requisite validated: YES

Distance Learning offering(s): television, online N/A

Catalog page: 237

Effective term: FALL      2002       

 

128 Word Processing Software - Advanced

Two hours lecture/laboratory (1)

Recommended preparation: A minimum grade of “C” in R CSIS 127

Refinement of basic word processing skills of the Microsoft Office Suite and practice of the more sophisticated software features. Course includes advanced features of report preparation, tables, mail merge, desktop publishing features, integration within the Office Suite and printing considerations.  May be taken four times.  CSU

11.   Catalog ID:  R CSIS 150

Discipline(s): ROP – Computer Science and Information Systems

Distance Learning offering(s): television, online N/A

Catalog page: 237

Effective term: FALL      2002

150 Computer Spreadsheets

Six hours lecture/laboratory (3)

In-depth study of the varied applications of spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel.  Create, modify, format and maintain multiple page worksheets; enter numeric and text data for manipulation; and create and copy formulas. Includes integration of Excel spreadsheets within Microsoft Office Suite hands-on experience in networked lab. CSU

 

C. Corrections to Changes to Existing Programs

 

1.   Drafting Technology – Multimedia

 

Courses required for a Certificate or an A.A. Degree Major

 

Prepares students in the skills necessary for employment in the multimedia presentation field.

 

In order to earn a certificate, students must achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each of the certificate program courses.

 

Required Courses                                               Units

DT 125       Introductory Computer Aided Drafting         3

DT 126       Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting         3

DT 128       3D Design and Presentation                        3

DT 180       Introductory 3D Modeling/Animation with 3D

Studio Max                                               3

DT 181       Intermediate 3D Modeling/Animation with 3D

Studio Max                                               3

DT 182       Advanced 3D Studio Max                            3

IT 100        Technical Mathematics                              3

 

Electives (Select 12 units)

ART 240     Introduction to Computers for Art               3

ART 241     Computer Graphics                                    3

ART 243     Digital 3D Design and Modeling                   3

ART 246     Computer Animation and Multimedia I         3

ART 247     Computer Animation and Multimedia II        3

CE 100        Cooperative Education                       1,2,3,4

CE 105        Job Hunting Techniques                        1,2,3

COMM 100  Mass Media in America                               3

CSIS 120      Microcomputer Applications                       3

DT 196A     Special Problems in Drafting                 1,2,3

DT 196B     Special Problems in Computer Aided Drafting 1,2,3

GC 140        Digital Imaging with Photoshop                  3

GC 200        Introduction to Multimedia                         3

GC 201        Intermediate Multimedia                             3

MATH 50 or                                                                                          Beginning Algebra or

MATH 60 or                                                                                          Intermediate Algebra or

MATH 110 or                                                                                        College Algebra or

MATH 115  Trigonometry                                         3,4

MUS 180     M.I.D.I./Computing in Music I                    3

TOTAL UNITS                                                          32

 

2.   Drafting Technology – Technical

 

Courses required for a Certificate or an A.A. Degree Major

 

Prepares students in the skills necessary for employment as a drafter in machine, mechanical‑electrical, aeronautical, civil, and other related engineering fields.

 

In order to earn a certificate, students must achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each of the certificate program courses.

 

Required Courses                                               Units

DT 100      Basic Mechanical Drawing                            3

DT 110      Technical Drafting/AutoCAD I                     3

DT 111      Technical Drafting/AutoCAD II                    3

DT 116      Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing       2

DT 125      Introductory Computer Aided Drafting           3

DT 126      Intermediate Computer Aided Drafting           3

DT 127      Advanced Computer Aided Drafting               3

DT 128      3D Design and Presentation                          3

IT 100       Technical Mathematics                                3

 

Electives (Select 6 units)

 

CE 100      Cooperative Education                        1,2,3,4

CE 105      Job Hunting Techniques                          1,2,3

CSIS 120    Microcomputer Applications                        3

DT 70        Drawing for the Construction/Cabinet/Millwork Trades   3

DT 180      Introductory 3D Modeling/Animation with 3D

                 Studio Max                                                 3

DT 181      Intermediate 3D Modeling/Animation with 3D

                 Studio Max                                                 3

DT 182      Advanced 3D Studio Max                              3

DT 196A    Special Problems in Drafting                   1,2,3

DT 196B    Special Problems in Computer Aided Drafting 1,2,3

MATH 50 or                                   Beginning Algebra or

MATH 60 or                               Intermediate Algebra or

MATH 110 or                                     College Algebra or

MATH 115 Trigonometry                                          3,4

SURV 105   Topographic Mapping                                  3

TOTAL UNITS                                                          32

 

3.     Fashion Design/Technical

 

Courses required for an A.A. Degree Major

 

Courses required for employment in the fashion industry; specifically in pattern making, sample work, fashion design, and illustration.

 

Students should be aware that not all Fashion courses are offered every semester. See Class Schedule or Department Chairperson for additional information.

 

Required Courses                                             Units

FASH 100    Fashion Industry                                      3

FASH 105    Fashion Analysis and Clothing Selection     3

FASH 110    Textiles                                                  3

FASH 130    History of Fashion/Costume                      3

FASH 134A  Basic Sewing I                                       1.5

FASH 134B  Basic Sewing II                                      1.5

FASH 135    Basic Sewing Construction                         3

FASH 136    Advanced Sewing Construction                   3

FASH 138A  Advanced Sewing I                                 1.5

FASH 138B  Advanced Sewing II                                1.5

FASH 139    Pattern Making/Fashion Design A              3

FASH 140 or     Computer Aided Pattern Making/AutoCAD or         

FASH 143    Beginning Lectra Training                         3

FASH 141    Advanced Patternmaking/Fashion Design     3

FASH 145    Fashion Illustration and Presentation         3

FASH 165    Fashion Laboratory                              .5,1

FASH 195    Field Studies in Fashion                             2

CE 100 or    Cooperative Education or                       1-4

CE 150        Internship                                                                    2-3

TOTAL UNITS                                               41.5 - 46

 

Recommended Electives:  FASH 80, 81, 90, 91, 125, 132, 142, 144, 170, 196A, 197C

4.  Law Enforcement

 

Courses required for a Certificate of Achievement

The Certificate in Law Enforcement is a series of courses which when combined satisfy mandated training requirements for California police officers.  The program is P.O.S.T. (Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training) certified and prepares the student for work as a law enforcement officer.

Admission to the program is by special application. To be eligible for consideration, the applicant must (1) be free of felony conviction, (2) be eligible for English 50, (3) possess a valid driver’s license, (4) pass a physical fitness examination, (5) pass a medical examination, (6) be 18 years old, and (7) demonstrate psychological fitness to perform law enforcement work. 

 

In addition to passing the required college examinations the student must obtain passing scores on each of the 26 Knowledge Domain Examinations required by P.O.S.T.

 

Required Courses                                          Units

AJ 72          Academy Orientation and Leadership       3

AJ 75          Spanish for Law Enforcement                 3

AJ 80          Vehicle Operations                                1

AJ 82          First Aid for Law Enforcement             1.5

AJ 103        Community Relations                            3

AJ 104        Criminal Law                                        3

AJ 105        Criminal Evidence and Procedures           3

AJ 110        Basic Criminal Investigation                   3

AJ 114        Report Writing                                     3

AJ 117A      Patrol Tactics 1                                    3

AJ 117B      Patrol Tactics 2                                    4

AJ 117C      Patrol Tactics 3                                    3

AJ 117D      Patrol Tactics 4                                    2

AJ 118A      Basic Firearms                                      2

AJ 118B      Tactical Firearms                                  1

AJ 119A      Law Enforcement Procedures Review 1   .5

AJ 119B      Law Enforcement Procedures Review 2   .5

AJ 119C      Law Enforcement Procedures Review 3   .5

AJ 120        Defensive Tactics                                 3

AJ 122        Police Fitness                                       1

AJ 135        Traffic Control                                     3

AJ 141        Enforcement Psychology                       3

CE 100        Cooperative Education                  1,2,3,4

HE 100        Health Education and Fitness Dynamics   3

PE 128        Wellness Activities                       1,1.5,2

TOTAL UNITS                                             54 - 55

 

D. Changes to Existing Programs

 

1.   Program Title:                   Legal Studies

Discipline(s):                    Legal Studies

Catalog page:   178

Effective term:                FALL 2002

 

Legal Studies

 

Courses required for an A.A. Degree Major

The Legal Studies major leads to an A.A. degree or transfer program, providing students with general knowledge of the philosophy of law, the legal process, legal institutions, and legal reasoning. This is not a paralegal or a para-professional major.

 

The major for the A.A. Degree consists of 35 units. Additionally, a course in basic word processing is required for all students. This requirement can be satisfied by completion of PLS 110, Word Processing for Paralegals; or BUS 170, Word Processing for Business-Basic, and BUS 171, Word Processing for Business-Advanced; or by examination.  PLS 110 will satisfy 2 units of elective credit.

 

Required Courses                                      Units

LS 121/PLS 121                      Introduction to Law                                                       3

LS 145           Legal Ethics                                  3

LS 240/PLS 240         Civil Liberties and Procedures                                                      3

LS 245/PLS 245                           Civil Litigation I                                                      3

LS 150/PLS 150                              Legal Research                                                      2

LS 155/PLS 155                                Legal Writing                                                      1

LS 290/PLS 290              Contemporary Legal Issues                                                      2

PHIL 120       Logic                                           3

PHIL 115       Logic and Critical Thinking            3

POSC 101       Introduction to Politics and American

                     Political Institutions                      3

POSC 102       Introduction to United States and California

                     Governments                                 3

POSC 105       European Governments                   3

 

Electives    (Select 6 units)

LS190/ PLS 190                              Clinical Studies                                                      3

PLS 110         Word Processing for Paralegals       2

PLS 140         Contract Law                                3

PLS 261         Torts and Personal Injury               3

PLS 263         Administrative Law                        2

PLS 265         Criminal Law and Procedure            2

LS 295           Directed Study in Legal Studies  1,2,3

TOTAL UNITS                                                 35

 

Recommended courses:  AJ 100, ECON 100 or ECON 101, MATH 120

 

Note:  A. A. degree students must complete the following general education areas: English Composition, Natural Sciences, Humanities and Integrated Self and Lifelong Learning.

 

Transfer students to the Political Science, Legal Studies Emphasis major at San Diego State University, must complete CSU lower division general education requirements. Contact a counselor for details.

 

E.  Deletions of Existing Courses

 

1.     Catalog ID: LT 152 Information Literacy

Discipline(s): Library Technology (LT)

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): Business Education, Internet; Graphic Communications, Internet

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Catalog page: 179

Reason for deletion: Replaced by LT 154

Effective term:  FALL 2002

 

A.    Correction to 11/7/01 Curriculum Committee minutes

 

1.     Page 10: new course AP C 220 Requisite Validations should say Yes.  Requisite was

        validated by committee action.

2.     Page 146-147: scopes of new courses CSIS 191, 193, 195, 282, 283 and 294 did not

        reflect the revised scopes approved by the Curriculum Committee via addendum.  The

        revised scopes should have been presented in the minutes as follows:

 

CSIS 191 PHP

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the PHP scripting language to develop dynamic Web-based applications.  Topics of study include the fundamentals of the scripting, using PHP with HTML forms, creating functions, and integrating with databases.

 

CSIS 193 Java II – Servlets and JSPs

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform server-side Java programming using Servlets and JSPs, HTML form data, Session Tracking, Cookies, JSP scripting elements, including Applets in JSP documents, using JavaBeans with JSP, and creating custom JSP Tag libraries.

 

CSIS 195 Python Programming

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the Python programming language to develop software for Internet applications, perform systems programming, and implement user interfaces.  Topics of study include the fundamentals of the language, parallel systems tools, system tools, graphical user interfaces, network scripting, client-side scripting, and server-side scripting. Also covered are databases and persistence, and data structures.

 

CSIS 282 C# Programming

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the C# programming language in the .NET Framework, build both server-side programs and with Windows applications, accessing data with ADO.NET, use C# with Web Forms and using C# with the .NET CLR.

 

CSIS 283 .NET Framework

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to use the underlying Common Language Runtime (CLR) to its specialized packages for ASP.NET, Web Forms, Windows Forms, XML and data access (ADO.NET).  The major .NET languages, including VB.NET, C# and Managed C++ are surveyed.

 

CSIS 294 Java III – Enterprise JavaBeans and J2EE Platform

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to code and deploy Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), how to use JDBC with EJBs, Servlets and EJBs working together and the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI).

 

3.     Page 165:  Requisite Validation for CSIS 193 should state CSIS 192 rather than

        CSIS 137/R CSIS 137.

 

Monika Brannick indicated that the following items were approved by the Curriculum Committee via email vote:

 

I.              CURRICULAR CHANGES

 

A.            Proposed Changes to Existing Courses

1.     Course ID:  PLS 140                               

Discipline:  Paralegal Studies

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course:  Paralegal Studies; elective:  Legal Studies

Distance Learning offering(s):  two-way video conferencing

Catalog Page:           199                         

Effective term:  Fall 2002                                                                                                                       

               

140 Contract Law

Three hours lecture (3)

Prerequisite:  LS 121 or PLS 121

This course is intended to provide the student with an in-depth analysis of the law pertaining to contract formation, and the resolution of contract disputes. Students will become familiar with basic contract drafting and interpretation.

 

II.            ACTION ITEMS

 

A.    Distance Learning Courses

The following course(s) may be offered as distance learning and meet Title 5 regulations 55370, 55372, 55374, 55376, 55378 and 55380 effective fall 2002:

 

PLS 140   two-way video conferencing

 

Palomar Faculty

Federation:                            Carlton Smith provided the following Palomar Faculty Federation report:

 

PFF welcomed April Woods to our last executive meeting, and we thank her for her enthusiastic and helpful participation.

 

We would like to ask all senators to encourage their colleagues to attend our next Board meeting, as we continue to seek faculty representation within the process of shared governance.

 

April Woods reported that the PFF has 108 full-time faculty members and 170 part-time faculty with union membership and is quickly becoming a recognized body across campus.

 

Faculty Hiring

Policy & Procedures:           Copies of the proposed changes to the Faculty Hiring Policy & Procedures were distributed for discussion. Most changes to the documents relate to the time period in which hiring occurs, as well as follow-up questions. Members of the Academic Standards & Practices Committee will finish their recommendations and bring this back to the Senate for Action at an upcoming meeting.

 

ASG Report:                          The following report, provided by ASG representative Rebecca Faubus, was read to Senate members:

 

                                                The board is discussing the cuts to the Student Employment Services. There should be a vote this Wednesday and results will be announced at the May 6th Senate meeting. The Student Government Elections are in progress and go through April 30th. The polls are in SU-28/Comet Center and will be open today and tomorrow from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Please encourage your classes to come in and vote…it takes less than 30 seconds.

 

                                                We are still collecting letters of protest against the Governor’s budget cuts. We will have a table for this and voter registration out on the patio by the bookstore on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. So please come by and sign more letters and please tell your students the same. Thank you.

 

Other:                                     Suzann Norton reported that Paul Grossman, Chief Regional Legal Counsel for the Office of Civil Rights, will be doing a presentation on Thursday, May 2nd in room SU-18. All are invited to attend.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was adjourned at 2:58 p.m.

 

                                                Respectfully Submitted,

 

                                                April Woods, Secretary