Minutes of the

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE

May 5, 2003

 

APPROVED

 

PRESENT:                             Mike Arguello, Chris Barkley, Bill Bedford, Judy Dolan, Bonnie Ann Dowd,  MaryAnn Drinan, Teresa Laughlin, Stan Levy, Dennis Lutz, Mario Mendez, Maria Miller, Marilee Nebelsick-Tagg, Sue Norton, Jose Rangel, Steve Spear, Joe Stanford, Dan Sourbeer, Sara Thompson, Fari Towfiq, Rocco Versaci, Anne Voth, Lori Waite

 

ABSENT:                               Judy Cater

 

GUESTS:                                Debye Dozier, Martha Evans, Shannon Lienhart, Haryo Praborro, Perry Snyder

                                               

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 28, 2003, were approved as amended.

 

Welcome:                              Chris Barkley welcomed those candidates on the Senate ballot who were able to attend the meeting. She announced that the results of the ballot would be available Thursday afternoon and that the new Senators would be seated next Monday.

 

Proxy Vote:                            Bonnie Dowd announced the following proxy vote:

                                                Anne Voth holding a proxy for Judy Cater

Committee

Appointments:

 

Motion 1                                MSC Voth, Dowd: Faculty Senate approval of the following committee appointments:

                                               

                                                Dean of Arts, Media, Business, CSIS

                                                David Boyd, Performing Arts

                                                Terrie Canon, CSIS

                                                Sherry Gordon, Business Ed.

                                                Kitty Meek, Art

                                                Roger Morrissette, Behavioral Sciences

Robert Sheppard, Communications

                                               

                                                Dean of Languages and Literature

                                                Martha Evans, Foreign Languages

                                                Barb Neault Kelber, English

                                                Stan Levy, Reading

                                                Patrick Mills, Speech

                                                Sue Norton, DSP&S

                                                Colleen Weldele, ESL

 

                                                Bookstore Advisory Committee

                                                Jerry Houser, Earth Sciences

 

Motion 2                                MSC Voth, Miller: Faculty Senate acceptance of the results of the vote electing Wade Rollins to the Selection Committee for the Dean of Arts, Media, Business, and CSIS Selection Committee.

 

Professional

Development:

 

Motion 3                                MS Dowd, Miller: Faculty Senate approval of the Professional Development Contract changes.

 

Motion 3 Amended             MSC Dowd, Miller: Faculty Senate approval of the Professional Development Contract amended as follows: do not delete the “Affirmative Action Officer” service but replace the activity with “Compliance Officer Representative” as per our new faculty procedures.

 

Institutional Review:

 

Motion 4                                MSC Spear, Dowd: The Faculty Senate directs its representatives on the Institutional Review Committee (IRC) to inform the IRC of the following Senate concerns regarding the proposed revisions to Institutional Review:

1.        The Senate is committed to maintaining Student Learning Outcomes Assessment at the individual faculty member/department level.

2.        The Senate urges the IRC to begin revising the review procedures for the non-instructional side of the college.

 

Curriculum:                            Copies of the following Curriculum items were provided to Senate members:

                                   

                Changes to Existing Courses

 

Catalog Number: EME 203

                Discipline(s): Emergency Medical Education

Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Paramedic Training

Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

203 Paramedic Challenge (Lecture)

Two hours lecture (2)

Prerequisite: RN, MD, PA or former Paramedic who meets State of California challenge requirements 

Corequisite:  EME 203L

Didactic challenge course for individuals who qualify for Paramedic Challenge per State of California Code of Regulations, Title 22.  Allows the individual to attend the didactic portion of Paramedic training as needed to meet paramedic course content per individual student contract. Grading: Credit/No Credit only. May be taken two times.

 

                INFORMATION ITEMS

 

                Administrative Changes for 2003-04 College Catalog

Several administrative corrections have been made in the 2003-04 College Catalog, as follows:

 

                                                Course Title Changes - improving consistency

 

 

COURSE

TITLE FROM

TITLE TO

GC 132

Desktop Publishing with Illustrator – Part 1

Desktop Publishing with Illustrator – Part I

GC 133

Desktop Publishing with Illustrator – Part 2

Desktop Publishing with Illustrator – Part II

GC 140

Digital Imaging/Photoshop 1

Digital Imaging/Photoshop I

GC 141

Digital Imaging/Photoshop 2

Digital Imaging/Photoshop II

GC 142

Digital Imaging/Photoshop 3

Digital Imaging/Photoshop III

GC 145

Photoshop Digital Imaging – Part 1

Photoshop Digital Imaging - Part I

GC 146

Photoshop Digital Imaging – Part 2

Photoshop Digital Imaging - Part II

GC 147

Intermediate Photoshop - Part 1

Intermediate Photoshop - Part I

GC 148

Intermediate Photoshop - Part 2

Intermediate Photoshop - Part II

GC 151

Desktop Publishing with QuarkXpress

Desktop Publishing with QuarkXPress

GC 154

Fireworks 1 (Preparing Web Graphics)

Fireworks I (Preparing Web Graphics)

GC 164

Fireworks 2 (Preparing Web Graphics)

Fireworks II (Preparing Web Graphics)

GC 208

Web Motion Graphics 1

Web Motion Graphics I

GC 218

Online Store Design 2

Online Store Design II

GC 230

Web Page Layout I – Part 1

Web Page Layout I – Part I

GC 231

Web Page Layout I – Part 2

Web Page Layout I – Part II

GC 234

Web Page Layout & Animation with Flash – Part 1

Web Page Layout & Animation with Flash – Part I

GC 235

Web Page Layout & Animation with Flash – Part 2

Web Page Layout & Animation with Flash – Part II

GC 251

Intermediate QuarkXpress

Intermediate QuarkXPress

GC 256

Advanced QuarkXpress

Advanced QuarkXPress

R GC 140

Digital Imaging/Photoshop 1

Digital Imaging/Photoshop I

R GC 151

Desktop Publishing with QuarkXpress

Desktop Publishing with QuarkXPress

 

 

Requisite Statement Changes - improving consistency

 

COURSE

REQUISITE CHANGE FROM

REQUISITE CHANGE TO

DA 71

DA 70 and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate and HBV immunization

DA 70 and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate and Hepatitis B vaccination

DA 81

DA 80 and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate and HBV immunization

DA 80 and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate and Hepatitis B vaccination

 

Courses not part of program – paperwork was contradictory

 

COURSE

CHANGE FROM

CHANGE TO

EME 196

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Paramedic Training

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  None

EME 203L

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Paramedic Training

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  None

 

Program Total Units Corrections

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

TOTAL UNITS CHANGE FROM

TOTAL UNITS CHANGE TO

Interactive Media Design

Art, Drafting Technology and Graphic Communications

25.5 – 29

25.5 – 27

Cabinetmaking and Millwork

Cabinet and Furniture Technology

32  -  48

36  -  48

Furniture Making

Cabinet and Furniture Technology

32  -  56

30  -  52

Dance

Dance

23.5  -  32

23.5  -  30

Computer Assisted Drafting

Drafting Technology

27  -  28

30  -  31

Drafting Technology – Technical

Drafting Technology

33

32

Paramedic Training

Emergency Medical Education

50.5

37.5

Engineering

Engineering

TOTAL UNITS  41  -  57

MIMIMUM TOTAL UNITS  41

Fashion Design/Entry-Level

Fashion

29 - 34

21 – 24

Fashion Design/Technical

Fashion

41.5 - 46

33.5 – 37

Journalism

Journalism

38  -  42

35  -  36

Photography

Photography

41.5

42

Real Estate Broker License Preparation

Real Estate

21  -  26

24

Theatre – Technical

Theatre Arts

25.5  -  34

24.5  -  33

 

Program Terminology Changes

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

CHANGE FROM

CHANGE TO

Pictorial Arts

Art

Required Core Courses

Pictorial Arts Required Core Courses

Core Courses

Pictorial Arts Core Courses

Three-Dimensional Arts

Art

Required Core Courses

Three-Dimensional Arts Required Core Courses

Core Courses

Three-Dimensional Arts Core Courses

Biology – General

Biology

GROUP IV (Select one option – 4 units)

GROUP IV (Select one option – 4 – 5 units)

Internet

Business Education and Graphic Communications

Required Core Courses

Internet Required Core Courses

Core Courses

Internet Core Courses

Library Technology

Library Technology

GROUP II (Select 3 units)

GROUP II (Select 3 or 4 units)

 

 

Removal of Deleted Course from Program

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

COURSE DELETED FROM CATALOG – Effective FALL 2003

SECTION COURSE DELETED FROM

Architectural Drafting Technology

Drafting Technology

CARP 50 - Mathematics, Materials, and Blueprint Reading -- 3 units

DELETED FROM GROUP TWO – No effect on total units

 

Program Listing Rewording

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

SENTENCE WITH CORRECTIONS

Web Graphics

Graphic Communications

Specific skills for the Web Graphics certificate include typography, visual acuity, graphic design, and Web color, and file formats.

Web Motion Graphics

Graphic Communications

Typical job opportunities are in entertainment business, corporate, and educational and industries.

 

Course Corrections in Programs

 

PROGRAM TITLE

DISCIPLINE

CHANGE FROM

CHANGE TO

Advertising, Marketing, and Merchandising

Business Education

BUS 145

BUS 145/FASH 125

Business – General

Business Education

BUS 145

Retailing

BUS 145/FASH 125

Retailing/Promotion

Internet-Graphic Communications Emphasis

Business Education and Graphic Communications

GC 203

Portable Document Files with Adobe Acrobat

GC/R GC 203

Interactive Publishing with PDFs

Internet-Graphic Communications Emphasis

Business Education and Graphic Communications

GC 217

Online Store Design

GC 217

Online Store Design I

Retail Management

Business Education

BUS 145

BUS 145/FASH 125

Salesperson – Retail

Business Education

BUS 145

BUS 145/FASH 125

Business Management

Business Management

BUS 145

Retailing

BUS 145/FASH 125

Retailing/Promotion

Fashion Design/Entry-Level

Fashion

FASH 134A, FASH 134B, FASH 135

FASH 134A and FASH 134B or FASH 135

FASH 138A, FASH 138B, FASH 139

FASH 138A and FASH 138B or FASH 139

Fashion Design/Technical

Fashion

FASH 134A, FASH 134B, FASH 135

FASH 134A and FASH 134B or FASH 135

FASH 136, FASH 138A, FASH 138B

FASH 136 or  FASH 138A and FASH 138B

Journalism

Journalism

JOUR 110L  -  4, 8 units

JOUR 110L  -  1, 2 units

 

                                INFORMATION ITEMS

 

Removal of Deleted Course from Programs

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

COURSE DELETED FROM CATALOG – Effective FALL 2003

SECTION COURSE DELETED FROM

Information Systems

Computer Science and Information Systems

CSIS 260 – Introduction to Data Communications -- 3 units

DELETED FROM ELECTIVES – No effect on total units

Web Server Administrator-

Windows Emphasis

Computer Science and Information Systems

CSIS 260 – Introduction to Data Communications -- 3 units

DELETED FROM REQUIRED COURSES – Total Units changed

 

Program Total Units Corrections

 

PROGRAM

DISCIPLINE(S)

TOTAL UNITS CHANGE FROM

TOTAL UNITS CHANGE TO

Web Server Administrator-

Windows Emphasis

Computer Science and Information Systems

17 - 18

14 - 15

 

Removal of Deleted Course from Course Prerequisite

 

COURSE DELETED

DISCIPLINE(S)

PREREQUISITE, COREQUISITE, RECOMMENDED PREP

REQUISITE FROM COURSE

CSIS 260

Computer Science and Information Systems

Prerequisite

CSIS 164

 

Changes to Existing Courses

 

Catalog Number:  DA 55

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

                (Registered Dental Assistant)                       

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

                Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

                55 Dental Anatomy

                Three Two hours lecture (3) (2)

Prerequisite: Completion of DA 50 and admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Introduction of dental terminology, histology, embryology, tooth growth, eruption, and anatomy; head and neck anatomy, and physiology of the body.  Graded only.

 

                Catalog Number:  DA 56

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

                A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

                (Registered Dental Assistant)                       

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  television

                        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

56 Dental Sciences

Three Two hours lecture (3) (2)

Prerequisite: Completion of DA 50 and admission to the Dental Assisting Program

 

Form and function of individual teeth, occlusion, oral pathology, diet and nutrition, relation of oral health to general health, microbiology, disease control, drawing and wax carving of selected teeth, and dental pharmacology.  Graded only.

 

Removed from Consent Calendar – See Items removed from Consent Calendar

Catalog Number:  DA 70

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

 (Registered Dental Assistant) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

Removed from Consent Calendar – See items removed from Consent Calendar

Catalog Number: DA 75

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

Effective term:  Fall 2003Ctalog Number:  DA 75

       

Catalog Number:  DA 80

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

(Registered Dental Assistant)                       

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

                        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

80 Coronal Polishing

One hour lecture-Three hours laboratory Two hours lecture/laboratory  (2) (1)

Prerequisite: Completion of DA 50 and admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Identification of dental plaque, other soft deposits, tooth stains, discolorations, periodontics, and deposit retention factors. Polishing procedures:  polishing agents, prophylaxis angle, attachments, and technique.  Graded only.

 

Removed from Consent Calendar – See items removed from Consent Calendar

Catalog Number:  DA 85

        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

(Registered Dental Assistant)                                       

        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

Removed from Consent Calendar – See items removed from Consent Calendar

Catalog Number:  DA 90

Discipline(s): Dental Assisting

Requisite Validated: Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant)               

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term: Fall 2003

 

Changes to Existing Programs

 

Removed from Consent Calendar – Replaced by item A-1 on Addendum

                        Program Title:         Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant)

                Discipline(s):            Dental Assisting

                Catalog Page:           132-133

                Effective term:        Fall 2003

 

Program Title:  Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

Catalog Page:  133

Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

Changes to Existing Courses

 

                        Catalog Number:  DA 70

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

                        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

70 Dental Radiography I

Two hours lecture - Four Three hours laboratory (3)

Prerequisite: Completion of DA 50 and admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Theory and technique of oral radiography, radiation hygiene, anatomical landmarks, and methods and materials for processing radiographs. The laboratory portion will provide the student with knowledge concerning film placement, cone angulation, exposing and developing radio graphs radiographs, and mounting and evaluating processed films. Graded only.

 

Catalog Number:  DA 75

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated: Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s): required course in: Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant) and Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Distance Learning offering(s): N/A

Effective Term: Fall 2003

 

75 Dental Operative Procedures

Three hours lecture – Nine Six hours laboratory (6) (5)

Prerequisite: DA 50 ,  and admission to the Dental Assisting Program

Applications of and introduction to preclinical instruction dental assisting in operative and specialty dental procedures, care of equipment, instrumentation, sterilization techniques, disease transmission, charting, utilization of dental materials, dental office emergencies, and functions delegated to the California Registered Dental Assistant. Graded only.

 

Catalog Number:  DA 85

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

(Registered Dental Assistant)                       

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

                        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

85 Advanced Dental Procedures

Two hours lecture-Nine Six hours laboratory (5) (4)

Prerequisite: DA 60 and DA 75, and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate, and proof of Hepatitis B vaccination

Advanced laboratory and clinical experience focusing on basic skills previously learned. Emphasis is placed on 1) clinical use of impression materials for obtaining study models, 2) pouring and trimming plaster and stone models, 3) fabrication of custom trays for preliminary impressions, 4) fabrication of provisional restorations, and 5) advanced prosthodontic and orthodontic instruction. Graded only.

 

Catalog Number:  DA 90

                        Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

                        Requisite validated:  Yes

A.A. degree/certificate program(s):  required course in:  Dental Assisting

(Registered Dental Assistant)                       

                        Distance Learning offering(s):  N/A

                        Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

90 Clinical Rotation

Twenty-one Nineteen and one-half hours laboratory/clinical (7) (6.5)

Prerequisite: DA 75 and EME 55 or current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate. Proof of Hepatitis B vaccination also required for Camp Pendleton Naval Dental Clinic assignment

 

An intensive program of practical dental experiences, working with patients and staff at the Camp Pendleton Naval Dental Clinic and/or private dental offices. Students will assist the dentists in specialized and operative procedures and duties delegated to the California licensed Registered Dental Assistant. Graded only. Credit/no credit only.

 

Changes to Existing Programs

 

                        Program Title:         Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant)

                Discipline(s):                            Dental Assisting

                Catalog Page:                           132-133

                Effective term:        Fall 2003

 

Dental Assisting (Registered Dental Assistant)

 

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

 

Upon successful program completion students will be issued the following:

 

Certificate in Radiation Safety: California Board Examination in Radiation Safety Requirement.

 

Certification and Licensing. Upon successful completion of the program and successful performance on state and national Board Examinations, students are qualified as follows:

 

CDA status (Certified Dental Assistant): National Board Examination, Dental Assisting National Board, Incorporated.

 

RDA status (Registered Dental Assistant – Expanded Functions): RDA State Board Examination, (individual is licensed additionally to perform Coronal Polishing under the direct supervision of a licensed dentist).

 

To remain in the program, students must maintain a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in each of the dental assisting courses and in all required support courses. Grades in the clinical laboratory courses are based on satisfactory/unsatisfactory practice. A student may fail a dental assisting course on the basis of clinical practice even though theory grades may be passing.

 

Prerequisite

DA 50                    Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations                   3

 

Required Courses                                                                                                               Units

DA 50                    Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations                   3

DA 55                    Dental Anatomy                                                                                         3  2

DA 56                    Dental Sciences                                                                                           3  2

DA 60                    Dental Materials                                                                                              3

DA 65                    Dental Practice Management                                                                      2

DA 70                    Dental Radiography I                                                                                    3

DA 71                    Dental Radiography II                                                                                   1

DA 75                    Dental Operative Procedures                                                                  6  5

DA 80                    Coronal Polishing                                                                                       2  1

DA 81                    Clinical Coronal Polishing                                                                            1

DA 85                    Advanced Dental Procedures                                                                  5  4

DA 90                    Clinical Rotation                                                                                    7  6.5

BUS 125 or           Business English or

ENG 50 or            Introductory Composition or

ENG 100               English Composition                                                                                      4

OIS 101 or            Beginning Typewriting/Keyboarding or

OIS 104 or            Typing/Keyboarding (Spanish/English) or

A typewriting speed of 30 net words per minute                              0,3

SPCH                     Any course (except 145, 150, and 197)                                                  3

EME 55 or             CPR for Health Care Providers or

Proof of current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate            0,.5

TOTAL UNITS                                                                                                 46-49.5  37.5 - 41

 

Changes to Existing Programs

 

Program Title:  Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

Discipline(s):  Dental Assisting

Catalog Page:  133

Effective term:  Fall 2003

 

Dental Receptionist/Office Manager

 

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

 

Prepares students in the basic skills necessary for employment as a dental receptionist or dental office manager.

 

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

 

Certification. Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be issued the Certificates of Dental Radiography and C.P.R.

 

Prerequisite

DA 50                    Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations                       3

 

Required Courses                                                                                                                  Units

DA 50                    Introduction to Dental Sciences and Dental Occupations                       3

DA 65                    Dental Practice Management                                                                          2

DA 70                    Dental Radiography I                                                                                        3

DA 71                    Dental Radiography II                                                                                       1

DA 75                    Dental Operative Procedures                                                                      6  5

BUS 115                Business Law                                                                                                        3

BUS 125 or           Business English or

ENG 50 or            Introductory Composition or

ENG 100               English Composition                                                                                          4

BUS 205               Business Writing                                                                                                 3

OIS 101 or            Beginning Typewriting/Keyboarding or

OIS 104 or            Typing/Keyboarding (Spanish/English) or

A typewriting speed of 30 net words per minute                                  0,3

EME 55 or             CPR for Health Care Providers or

Proof of current CPR for Health Care Providers Certificate              0,.5

TOTAL UNITS                                                                                                  25 – 28.5  21 - 24.5

 

Distance Learning

 

The following courses are being REMOVED from distance learning effective FALL 2003:

 

Course Number                                          Distance Learning Attribute(s)

DA 55                                                            television, computer assisted instruction

DA 56                                                            television

 

 

A.                  Program Administrative Name Changes

      Curriculum Committee approved as:

Technical change to:

1.

Basic Police Academy Certificate of Achievement

Basic Police Academy

2.

Child Development Teacher Certificate or A.A. Degree Major

Child Development Teacher

3.

Child Development Master Teacher Certificate

Child Development Master Teacher

4.

Child Development Site Supervisor Certificate

Child Development Site Supervisor

 

 

 

 

Faculty Senate Meeting, May 5, 2003

Page 11

 

 

The following program was approved on December 4, 2002 by the Curriculum Committee and was inadvertently omitted from the December 4, 2002 Curriculum Committee Minutes:

 

        Program Title: Drywall/Lather

 Discipline(s): Apprenticeship Training Drywall/Lather (AP DL)

Catalog Page: 86

Effective term: Fall 2003

 

Drywall/Lather (AP DL)

 

A three-year apprenticeship program. Applications Applicants for this program should be directed to the Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for Southern California, San Diego Carpenters Training Center, 8595 Miralani Drive, San Diego, CA 92126. Telephone (858) 621-2667.

 

AP DL 101 (Drywall/Lather I)

AP DL 102 (Drywall/Lather II)

AP DL 103 (Drywall/Lather III)

AP DL 104 (Drywall/Lather IV)

AP DL 105 (Drywall/Lather V)

AP DL 106 (Drywall/Lather VI)

 

Required Courses                                                            Units

AP DL 201        Drywall/Lather Orientation I                           1.5

AP DL 202        Drywall/Lather Orientation II                          1.5

AP DL 203        Blueprint Reading I                                        1.5

AP DL 204        Blueprint Reading II                                      1.5

AP DL 205        Basic Lathing – Structural Framing                  1.5

AP DL 206        Ceilings & Soffits                                          1.5

AP DL 207        Basic Framing – Material Identification            1.5

AP DL 208        Advanced Framing/Suspended Ceilings/CRC        1.5

AP DL 209        Advanced Framing – Curves & Arches               1.5

AP DL 210        AWS Certification – Welding – Light Gage        1.5

AP DL 211        LA City Certification – Welding–Light Gage      1.5

AP WE 110        Work Experience                                            16

TOTAL UNITS                                                                    32.5

 

CURRICULUM COMMITTEE CALENDAR AND

CURRICULUM TIMELINE

2003-2004

Curriculum Trainings and Request Deadlines

 

September 3, 2003         Curriculum Training Session for Chairs/Directors, Deans, Division Secretaries, ADAs and Faculty - 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Room TBD.

 

September 10, 2003       Discipline Specialist Training - 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Room TBD.

 

September 22, 2003       Deadline to submit curriculum proposals to Division Dean.

 

September 29, 2003       Deadline to submit curriculum proposals to Discipline Specialists.

 

October 6, 2003                DEADLINE  - Discipline Specialists submit ALL curriculum proposals for Curriculum Committee agendas.  (New courses/programs and changes/deletions to existing courses/programs).

 

Curriculum Committee Meetings and

Course Outline of Record Review

 

September 17, 2003   Curriculum Committee Meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD 

 

October 29, 2003             Curriculum Committee Meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD

 

November 19, 2003        Curriculum Committee meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD.  LAST opportunity for Curriculum Committee to approve ALL curriculum proposals including requests for IGETC, CSU or A.A. degree general education approval for 2004/05 (effective fall 2004)

 

December 3, 2003           Curriculum Committee meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD

 

February 4, 2004            Curriculum Committee meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room ­­­­­TBD (Other curriculum activity – no course/program actions)

 

March 3, 2004                   Curriculum Committee meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD (Other curriculum activity – no course/program actions)

 

March 31, 2004                 Due date for departments to submit revised Course Outlines which were up for review

 

April 28, 2004                  Curriculum Committee meeting at 3:00 p.m. in Room TBD (Last meeting for Academic Year 2003-04, no curriculum action, wrap-up only)

 

Motion 5                                MSC Laughlin, Dowd: Faculty Senate ratification of the work of the Curriculum Committee.

 

Constitutional

Change Ballot:                      Maria Miller announced that as directed by faculty members at the April 2nd Faculty meeting, a ballot will be distributed on proposed changes to the Faculty Constitution relating to the voting process.

 

Student Services

Planning Council: Proposed change to the Student Services Planning Council:

                                               

Add under Role:

·                     Financial Aid Advisory and Appeals Committee

·                     Scholarship Committee

Change under Role:

·                     Matriculation and Transfer Advisory Committee

Change of Chair to:

·                     Vice President, Student Services

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003.

 

Financial Aid Advisory

and Appeals Committee:     Proposed change to the Financial Aid Advisory and Appeals Committee:

 

                                                Change sentence under Role, Products to:

·                     Furthermore, the committee reviews and makes recommendations to the Vice President of Student Services on written/oral appeals submitted by a student regarding his/her financial aid status (i.e., academic progress, student loan denials and projected year income.

Change Reporting Relationship:

·                     Vice President, Student Services

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003.

 

Extended Opportunity

Programs and Services

Advisory Committee:          Proposed change to the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services Advisory Committee:

 

                                                Change under Role:

·                     The EOP&S/CARE Advisory Committee is aware of the operation and plans of the EOP&S program and makes recommendations to the Director of the EOP&S/CARE program with respect to the needs and desires of the community.

Change under Reporting Relationship:

·                     Director, EOP&S/CARE

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003

 

International Education

Advisory Committee:          Proposed change to the International Education Advisory Committee:

                                                Change Role:

·                     The International Education Advisory Committee makes recommendations regarding the overall international education program. It reviews admission procedures in light of various laws, rules, and regulations governing international students, and designs appropriate instructional programs to meet the needs of international students. It also recommends policies and procedures for study abroad programs.

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003

 

Scholarship Committee:      Proposed change to the Scholarship Committee:

                                                Change Role:

·                     The Scholarship Committee reviews applications for Palomar College scholarships, selects award recipients, and assists the Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships in establishing policy relative to the administration of the scholarship program.

Change Chair:

·                     Director, Financial Aid & Scholarships (non-voting of recipients)

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003

 

VTEA Planning and

Advisory Committee:          Chris Barkley reported that the VTEA Planning and Advisory Committee is a new committee that is being added whose major product will be the Annual VTEA Plan.

                                                Role:

·                     The VTEA Planning and Advisory Committee works as a liaison between the occupational programs and services funded with the College’s Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Educational Act (VTEA). The Committee provides recommendations for the development of the District’s VTEA Plan and recommendations for enhancing workforce and economic activities and programs.

 

This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003

 

Academic Technology

Advisory Committee:          Mike Arguello provided copies of a proposal for a Faculty Senate Advisory Committee. The purpose of the committee would be to advise the Senate on technology matters of interest to all faculty, including curriculum issues related to distance learning, according to the guidelines suggested by the report of the Statewide Academic Senate, “Technology in Education: A Summary of Practical Policy and Workload Language,” Spring 2000.

 

                                                The proposed membership is as follows:

                                                6 Faculty members assigned to the Computer Coordinating Committee

                                                6 Faculty members assigned to the Technology Master Planning Committee

                                                1 previous Academic Technology Coordinator (3 years)

 

                                                After some discussion, there was overall agreement that the committee should be a Senate committee chaired by a Senator.

 

                                                This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003.

 

Learning Culture

Task Force:                           Copies of the proposed Learning Culture Task Force were provided.

 

                                                Role, Products, Reporting Relationships:

·                     The role of this task force shall be to develop methods to foster an effective learning culture that promotes institutional and student expectations, responsibilities, and respect. The task force shall also develop criteria to assess the impact on learning culture as well as assessing and evaluating the outcomes of the committee’s efforts.

Discussion followed on the proposal, and it was suggested that perhaps this should be an on-going committee rather than a task force.

 

Also discussed was whether there is even a need for this committee or task force. These issues can be addressed at the departmental level or in the Institutional Review Committee. It was suggested that we wait until the Strategic Planning Council looks at the Strategic Plan during its Implementation Review process, raise the issue again there, and get some direction at that time on whether this committee is necessary.

 

Motion 6                                MSC Dowd, Dolan: To extend the meeting.

 

June, 2004, Courses:            Steve Spear explained some difficulties the Earth Sciences department has encountered by the lack of advertising for intersession courses. The department offers some courses early in June and in the past those courses have been listed in the summer schedule. This causes problems because registration for summer classes begins May 6th, allowing only 3 weeks to generate enrollment. A difficult situation was avoided in the past because those courses were advertised in the spring. Now that advertising has been eliminated, there is no way to promote these courses and thus generate enrollment. Currently, intersession classes offered in January are listed in the fall catalog, but intersession courses offered before summer school are not included in the spring schedule.

 

Motion 7                                MSC Spear, Levy: Move the issue of June, 2004, Courses to Action.

 

Motion 8                                MSC Spear, Laughlin: The Faculty Senate recommends that courses offered after the spring semester but before the start of the regular summer session be listed in the Spring Schedule of Classes.

 

                                                There was discussion on the cost of advertising. With only 16 or 17 pages of advertising in the schedule, cutting it out does not save a significant amount of money, particularly when there is a loss in enrollment because these classes aren’t being advertised and students don’t know about them.

 

                                                This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003.

 

Budget Review:                    Chris Barkley reported that updated versions of the Budget Reduction Plan with ranked lists from each of the councils are available in the Senate office.

 

Strategic Planning

Council:                                 Reporting on the April 28th Strategic Planning Council meeting, Bonnie Ann Dowd reported that it was announced that the initial budget is expected to be available for review on May 14th. Discussion items on the council’s agenda for future meetings include:

                                                May 13th:  The Annual Implementation Plan

                                                May 20th:  Action may be taken on recommendations made by some of the planning councils.

 

                                                Also, depending upon the budget situation, it may be necessary for SPC to meet during the course of the summer.  Bonnie presented tables prepared by Jerry Patton identifying the mid-year and proposed council cuts and their relationship to the total budget.  The actual budget cuts necessary will not be known until mid-May so the proposed cuts are based upon a best case reduction estimate.

 

                                                Discussion also occurred on the Supplemental Early Retirement Plan (SERP). If 20 faculty members retire, the net savings for the district will be $137,000 per year for five years. It was reported that we should know how many faculty will take advantage of the SERP by mid-May.  Retirees over the minimum of 20 will yield more savings for the district.

 

Statewide Academic

Senate Resolutions:             Chris Barkley reported that she attended the Spring Session of the Statewide Academic Senate on May 1 – 3. Copies of the resolutions are available in the Senate office. She provided the following report:

·                     There was a vote in favor of formulating a Statewide Political Action Committee using the existing organizations of FACCC, the unions, and the academic senate to become more proactive and get our message before the legislature and governor in a much stronger way.

·                     There was a referral of the question of “Equity in Funding” of the various colleges to the Executive Committee.

·                     The raising of the English and Math requirement was also referred to the Executive Committee. Some breakout sessions on this issue will occur at the fall session.

·                     A compromise came about within the Consultation Council relating to full-time faculty obligation and our desire to get to the 75/25.

·                     There was a vote to Professionalize the part-time faculty.

·                     There was a vote to support the CAN Numbering System.

·                     Breakout sessions will be scheduled for the fall session on creating a Student Equity Plan.

Relating to Curriculum issues discussed at the session, Teresa Laughlin added that it was recommended at the Statewide’ meeting that a protocol exist at each institution for Program deletions. Teresa has found that no such protocol exists at Palomar so she will work on a protocol relating to Program deletions next year.

 

Other:                                     Joe Stanford reported that there are plans to cut the Youth Chorale and the entire Saturday Morning Orchestra Program, which includes approximately 150 young people. This is occurring because some of the districts in the north have been “double dipping” into the state coffers because they were offering classes in the department and also in the high school curriculum and claiming money for both of them. As a result, regulations have been created regarding teaching young people. He asked for Faculty Senate support in presenting a resolution opposing the proposed cuts.

 

                                                This will be presented for Senate Action on May 12, 2003.

 

SERP Orientation:                Mario Mendez reported that he attended the SERP Orientation meeting on Thursday, May 1st. There are currently 18 faculty members interested in retiring under the plan.  It was reported that there were another 10 faculty members not at the meeting who are seriously considering the SERP.

 

Summer Availability:           Chris Barkley asked Senators to provide information on their availability over the summer months in case any issues arise that need the attention of the Senate.

 

Other:                                     Chris Barkley reported that a committee (consisting of Bonnie Dowd, Maria Miller and Anne Voth) has been formed to plan a celebration on campus for Diane Lutz acknowledging her years of service as a dean and vice president. Donations will be solicited for the cost of the event, a gift, and a recognition plaque for Diane. Chris will be sending out an e-mail to faculty alerting them and the event will take place probably the first week of summer school. Those interested in contributing funds should contact Bonnie Dowd, or Anne Voth.

 

Other:                                     Sue Norton announced that Lise Telson has accepted the position of Vice President for Student Services at Saddleback College.

 

Thank You:                           Because this is her last meeting as Senate President, Chris Barkley thanked Senators for their cooperation and assistance during her tenure.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT:               The meeting was adjourned at 3:31 p.m.

 

                                                Respectfully submitted,

 

                                                Bonnie Ann Dowd, Secretary