1 WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY PROPOSAL FOR A REVISED PROGRAM This form is to be used to submit a proposal for a revised undergraduate or graduate major, minor, concentration, or option. Every item on this form must be completed prior to submission to A2C2 for the proposal to be considered for approval. The department proposing a new program must include a Financial and Staffing Data Sheet and the New and Revised Course and Program Approval Form with department chairperson s and dean s signatures. Refer to Regulation 3-4, Policy for Changing the Curriculum, for complete information on submitting proposals for curricular changes Note: Regulation 3-4, Policy for Changing the Curriculum, allows a department, with its dean s approval, to change up to two courses per year within an existing major, minor, concentration, option, etc., without seeking review of A2C2 and/or graduate Council, provided that (1) the total credits do not increase or decrease for the major, minor, concentration, option, etc., and (2) the change does not affect other departments or the University Studies or General Education Programs. Please use the Notification form for these changes instead of this Proposal for a Revised Program. Department: PSYCHOLOGY Title of Program: PSYCHOLOGY B.A. MAJOR -- OPTION A (requires a minor) This is a revised X Major Minor Concentration X Option Other (explain) Major/Minor Code of this program PSYA Total Semester Hours Current: 35 Proposed: Please provide all of the following information: (Note: Other documentation may not substitute for this. All information must be on this form) A. A statement of major focus and objectives of the revised program (Include this even if it has not changed) The major in psychology is intended to provide a background in the content and methods of psychological science. The Psychology Major Option-A also encourages students to gain expertise in an additional field through the completion of a minor or second major in another discipline. The WSU Psychology programs have not undergone substantial revision for more than a decade. Option-A, in particular, has been of concern to both departmental faculty and an outside reviewer due to its lack of specific content-area distribution requirements. In its current form, students could potentially complete a psychology major without taking any of the fundamental content courses that form the foundation of psychological science. In recent years, this potential problem has been addressed through advising. We now seek to address this problem more formally through a revision to the requirements for the Option-A version of the psychology major. This program revision will also bring the Option-A major into better alignment both with current practices in psychology departments at similar institutions and with the recommendations of the American Psychological Association regarding the undergraduate curriculum. Although detailed information is provided here regarding changes to the distribution of coursework within the major, the only course that would be appropriately considered an addition to the major would be the requirement of taking the existing 1 S.H. course PSY311 Careers in Psychology. B. New Catalog Content (Include these even if they have not changed) 1. Provide a list of program content as it would appear in the catalog including required courses, electives, etc., by number and name. Include the number and name for each prerequisite, and all prerequisites of proposed prerequisites. All such prerequisites should be included in the total credit hour calculations for the revised program. Notes: a) The proposed revision to Option-A of the Psychology Major does not involve any changes to course offerings, course prerequisites, course titles, or course catalog descriptions. b) All current Psychology Department courses numbered 210 or higher either fulfill specific program requirements or count as electives toward the major as described in Section C "Description of Revisions" below. c) A complete list of all Psychology Department courses numbered 210 or higher appears on the following pages. Current prerequisites are noted, as are the GEP "Intensive" requirements addressed by each course. d) Current and proposed catalog copy are given in Section C below.
2 WSU PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT COURSE OFFERINGS (None of the following is changed by the proposed revisions) Prerequisites and courses fulfilling GEP "Intensive" requirements are noted. PSY Introduction to Psychological Science (3 S.H.) PSY Statistics (3 S.H.) ; Completion of WSU Math Basic Skills Requirement GEP Math/Critical Analysis Intensive PSY Developmental Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychology of Women and Gender (3 S.H.) PSY Health Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Introduction to Learning (3 S.H.) PSY Brain and Behavior (3 S.H.) PSY Theories of Personality (3 S.H.) PSY Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.), PSY231, and concurrent enrollment in PSY309 PSY Experimental Psychology Lab (2 S.H.), PSY231, CMST191, and concurrent enrollment in PSY308 GEP Oral Intensive PSY Child Development (3 S.H.) PSY Careers in Psychology (1 S.H.) Prerequisites: 9 S.H. of courses in psychology, CMST 191 GEP Oral Intensive PSY Adolescent Development (3 S.H.) PSY Social Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychology and the Law (3 S.H.) PSY Human Factors Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychological Testing and Measurement (3 S.H.), PSY231, ENG111 GEP Writing Intensive PSY Personnel Psychology (3 S.H.)
3 PSY Cognitive Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Independent Study or Research (1-3 S.H.) PSY Internship (3-6 S.H.) Prerequisites: Psychology majors only. Permission of instructor and minimum GPA of Prerequisites for human services internships: PSY 420, PSY 431. Prerequisites for applied data analysis/research internship : PSY 231, PSY 308, PSY 309. PSY Advanced Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.), PSY231, PSY308, PSY309 PSY Sensation and Perception (3 S.H.) PSY Behavioral Pharmacology (3 S.H.), PSY303 PSY Abnormal Psychology (3 S.H.) and additional 3 S.H. credits of psychology PSY Cognitive Behavior Therapy (3 S.H.), PSY420 PSY Psychopathology of Childhood (3 S.H.), PSY250, PSY420 PSY Women and Mental Health (3 S.H.) Prerequisites: PSY 210 and 6 S.H. in Psychology and PSY 275 (or WS 148) or instructor's permission PSY Organizational Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Forensic Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Counseling and Clinical Psychology (3 S.H.), PSY420 GEP Oral Intensive PSY Neuroscience (4 S.H.) Prerequisites: 9 S.H. in psychology, including PSY303, or 9 S.H. in biology PSY History and Systems of Psychology (3 S.H.) Prerequisite for non-majors: ENG 111, minimum of 12 S.H. in Psychology. Prerequisites for majors: ENG 111, PSY 210, PSY 231, PSY 308, and a minimum of two other courses in Psychology (6 S.H.). GEP Writing Intensive PSY Seminar in Psychology (3 S.H.)
4 2. New catalog narrative, if any. The proposed revision does not affect the department's catalog narrative that precedes the list of requirements for the major and minor. C. Description of Revisions 1. Provide both the current and the revised program requirements. Place these in two columns, side by side with categories aligned, for easy comparison and a clear identification of each change. Current Program Proposed Program Psychology - Option A (PSYA) - BA Major 35 S.H. (Minor Required) Psychology - Option A (PSYA) - BA Major S.H. (Minor Required) Required Courses - PSY (17 S.H.) CORE COURSES (12 S.H.) Students must complete each of the following course: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science (3 S.H.)! PSY Statistics (3 S.H.) PSY Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Experimental Psychology Lab (2 S.H.) PSY Psychological Testing & Measurement (3 S.H.) PSY History and Systems of Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Introduction to Psychological Science (3 S.H.)! PSY Statistics (3 S.H.) PSY Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Experimental Psychology Lab (2 S.H.) PSY Careers in Psychology (1 S.H.) CONTENT DOMAINS (9-10 S.H.) Students must complete 1 course in each of 3 of the following 4 areas: Biological Domain PSY Brain & Behavior (3 S.H.) PSY Sensation & Perception (3 S.H.) PSY Neuroscience (4 S.H.) Learning/Cognition Domain PSY Introduction to Learning (3 S.H.) PSY Cognitive Psychology (3 S.H.) Social/Personality Domain PSY Theories of Personality (3 S.H.) PSY Social Psychology (3 S.H.) Developmental Domain PSY Developmental Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Child Development (3 S.H.) PSY Adolescent Development (3 S.H.) APPLIED DOMAIN (3 S.H.) Students must complete 1 of the following courses: PSY Health Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychology and the Law (3 S.H.) PSY Human Factors Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychological Testing & Measurement (3 S.H.) PSY Personnel Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Behavioral Pharmacology (3 S.H.) PSY Organizational Psychology (3 S.H.)
5 PSY Forensic Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Counseling & Clinical (3 S.H.) DIVERSITY DOMAIN (0 S.H.*) Students must complete 1 of the following courses: PSY Psychology of Women & Gender (3 S.H.) PSY Health Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Abnormal Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY Psychopathology of Childhood (3 S.H.) * Credits earned in this domain count toward the requirement of 9 S.H. of electives OR, if a course is listed under another domain as well, toward fulfillment of the other domain requirement. INTEGRATION DOMAIN (3 S.H.) Students must complete 1 of the following courses: PSY Advanced Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.) PSY History and Systems of Psychology (3 S.H.) Electives (18 S.H.) Psychology electives to total at least 18 S.H. ELECTIVES (12 S.H.) Students must complete an addition 12 S.H. of Psychology courses numbered above 210. Courses listed in any of the domains above will be considered as electives if not used to fulfill one of the above domain requirements. Note: = Oral Intensive! = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive = Writing Intensive Note: = Oral Intensive! = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive = Writing Intensive SUMMARY OF CHANGES: Change 1: PSY311 Careers in Psychology (1 S.H.) will be added to the list of core requirements. Change 2: PSY434 History & Systems (3 S.H.) will be re-classified as an "Integration" course and PSY408 Advanced Experimental will be added as an alternative means of satisfying this requirement. Change 3: A distribution requirement will be added in which students must take a minimum of one course in at least three of the four foundational fields of psychology: biological psychology, learning & cognitive psychology, social & personality psychology, and developmental psychology. Change 4: Students will be required to take at least one course in an applied field of psychology. Change 5: PSY350 Psychological Testing & Measurement will be moved from the list of core requirements and placed among options for fulfilling the requirement of one course in applied psychology. Change 6: A requirement has been added that at least one course related to human diversity be included among the courses used to meet the other requirements of the major. Change 7: To accommodate new requirements without a substantial increase in the total number of credits required for the major, the required elective credits will be reduced from 18 S.H. to 12 S.H.
6 2. For each required and elective course being added to the program, provide the course number, name, catalog description, and a brief statement explaining why the course should be included in the program. Change 1: PSY311 Careers in Psychology (1 S.H.) will be added to the list of core requirements. PSY Careers in Psychology (1 S.H.) An introduction to and examination of career options for students of psychology and related disciplines. Topics include job opportunities for those with a bachelor s degree in psychology and how to prepare for and choose graduate programs. Prerequisites: 9 credit hours in psychology and CMST Introduction to Public Speaking. Grade only. Offered each semester. Due to its importance for students' career planning and due to its 1 S.H. of Oral Intensive credit completing the 2 S.H. of oral intensive credit earned in the PSY309 requirement, this course has become a de facto requirement of the major. All advisors strongly recommend it and almost all psychology majors take it. Its addition as a requirement merely formalizes existing practice. Change 2: PSY434 History & Systems (3 S.H.) will be re-classified as an "Integration" course and PSY408 Advanced Experimental will be added as an alternative means of satisfying this requirement. PSY History and Systems of Psychology (3 S.H.) A historical overview of psychology and its antecedents are considered to provide a richer understanding of contemporary psychology as an evolving, conceptual system. Majors are encouraged to complete all other core requirements before registering in PSY 434. Prerequisites for non-majors: ENG College Reading and Writing and a minimum of 12 S.H. in psychology. Prerequisites for majors: ENG College Reading and Writing, PSY Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY Statistics, PSY Experimental Psychology, and a minimum of two other courses in psychology (6 S.H.). Grade only. Offered each semester. PSY Advanced Experimental Psychology (3 S.H.) Theory and methods of advanced research techniques in psychology. Individual student research projects are conducted. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY Statistics, PSY Experimental Psychology, and PSY Experimental Psychology Lab. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY434 has been required of all psychology majors and provides a broad but high-level survey of the intellectual history of psychology and its antecedents. PSY408 will now be designated as an alternative integrative course in which students will have the opportunity to further integrate their knowledge of psychology content and methodology in the form of an individual empirical research project. Change 3: A distribution requirement will be added in which students must take a minimum of one course in at least three of the four foundational fields of psychology: biological psychology, learning & cognitive psychology, social & personality psychology, and developmental psychology. Biological Domain PSY 303 Brain & Behavior (3 S.H.) A survey of how neuron physiology directs behavior. Topics include a discussion of functional neuroanatomy as applied to the study of emotion, consciousness, social behavior, feeding, and memory, and a discussion of neurological and psychological disorders, and the diseases of aging. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered yearly. Grade only.
7 PSY 410 Sensation & Perception (3 S.H.) A careful consideration of how we come to know about our world through our senses. Emphasis on vision and audition, including clinical aspects. Also addresses taste, smell, and skin senses including pain, orientation and time perception. Both theory and applications to other disciplines and everyday life are addressed. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered yearly. Grade only. PSY 433 Neuroscience (4 S.H.) A survey of contemporary theories and research methods in neuroscience. Topics include a discussion of functional neuroanatomy as applied to the regulation of homeostasis, motor systems, cognitive processing and a discussion of advanced topics in the areas of motor, neurological and psychological disorders. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: 9 S.H. in psychology including PSY 303 or 9 S.H. in biology. Offered yearly. Grade only. Learning/Cognition Domain PSY 301 Introduction to Learning (3 S.H.) Behavioral, associative and cognitive theories of learning and memory are reviewed. Topics include reinforcement, punishment, extinction, generalization, discrimination, observational learning and motivation. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered yearly. Grade only. PSY 369 Cognitive Psychology (3 S.H.) Contemporary scientific approaches to understanding human mental activity - the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of knowledge. Topics include pattern recognition, attention, memory, concept formation, language, imagery, reasoning, problem-solving, and decision-making. Both theory and applications to other disciplines and everyday life are addressed. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered yearly. Grade only. Social/Personality Domain PSY 305 Theories of Personality (3 S.H.) A survey of major theoretical perspectives. Personality theory, research and assessment are considered from a variety of viewpoints including the psychodynamic, behavioral, dispositional and phenomenological perspectives. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered each semester. Grade only. PSY 325 Social Psychology (3 S.H.) Overview of theories and research in social psychology. Topics include person perception, the self, stereotyping and prejudice, attitudes and persuasion, interpersonal relationships, and group behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered each semester. Grade only. Developmental Domain PSY 250 Developmental Psychology (3 S.H.) A survey of the patterns of change and stability in human behavior from conception to death. Theories and research pertaining to growth and change in physical, cognitive, personality and social functioning across the life span are examined. Prerequisite: PSY 210. Offered each semester. Grade only. PSY 310 Child Development (3 S.H.) This course will focus heavily on the development periods of infancy and middle childhood (equivalent to roughly prenatal through ages 10-11). The major domains of development - biological, cognitive, and social development- will be covered in the course. Prerequisite: PSY 210: Introduction to Psychological Science. PSY 250: Developmental Psychology is recommended but not required.
8 PSY 315 Adolescent Development (3 S.H.) This course will focus heavily on the developmental period of adolescence, with some inclusion of information from the developmental period of emerging adulthood (equivalent to roughly ages 12 to 18-25). The major domains of development - biological, cognitive, and social development- will be covered in the course. The course will also cover issues related to psychosocial development (e.g., intimacy, achievement, problems during adolescence). Prerequisite: PSY 210: Introduction to Psychological Science. PSY 250: Developmental Psychology is recommended but not required. The courses listed above are primarily good choices as second course in psychology, and the list resembles the chapter titles of a standard introductory psychology textbook. The domain areas are also the customary subfields of psychology used to organize the undergraduate curriculum in most psychology departments. They are also considered the core content areas in the undergraduate curriculum recommendations of the American Psychological Association. With the exception of PSY433 Neuroscience, all courses are 3 S.H. and have only a single prerequisite: PSY210 Introduction to Psychological Science. PSY433 Neuroscience was included on this list to accommodate relatively rare cases in which students ultimately majoring in psychology fulfill the prerequisites of PSY433 with biology courses, without having taken PSY210 and PSY303. Change 4: Students will be required to take at least one course in an applied field of psychology. PSY Health Psychology (3 S.H.) Explores psychological factors in optimal maintenance of health, treatment of illness and recovery from or adjustment to ongoing health problems. Theories, research methods, and clinical applications from the biopsychosocial context as applied to health psychology are examined. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Psychology and the Law (3 S.H.) Psychological analysis of the legal system, focusing on perception, memory, and decision-making processes by individuals in the system. Topics include eyewitnesses, expert witnesses, the identification and evaluation of suspects, jury trials, capital punishment, and current topics. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered each semester. PSY Human Factors Psychology (3 S.H.) An examination of psychological principles applied to the relationship between technology and human capabilities in the design and operation of both human-machine systems and environments in which humans live, work, and play. Specific topics include human perceptual and motor capabilities, machine displays and controls, and workspace design. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Psychological Testing and Measurement (3 S.H.) Principles and practice of psychological measurement. Topics include basic statistical concepts; reliability and validity; widely used ability, personality, and interest tests and their application in educational, employment, clinical and basic research settings; social and legal issues arising from test use. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY Statistics, ENG College Reading and Writing. Grade only. Offered each semester. PSY Personnel Psychology (3 S.H.) Analysis and review of applied psychology in the field of work including job analysis, personnel selection, performance evaluation, training design and evaluation, job design, human engineering, fatigue, safety and physical working conditions. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly.
9 PSY Behavioral Pharmacology (3 S.H.) An analysis of the psychological, sociological, and physiological factors related to pharmacological treatment of psychological disorders and chemical dependency. Additionally, a discussion of traditional medicine and drug development is included. This course does not meet teacher certification. It is designed for non-education majors. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science and PSY Brain and Behavior. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Organizational Psychology (3 S.H.) An analytical survey of theory and research in organizational socialization, decision-making, motivation, leadership and the use of power and authority, communication, organizational change and development, and the evaluation of organizational effectiveness. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Forensic Psychology (3 S.H.) A seminar examining issues at the intersection of clinical psychology and the legal system. Topics include criminal psychology, insanity and competency, risk assessment, the psychology of victims, issues involving children, civil law issues, and other current topics. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. PSY Psychology and the Law is recommended, but not required. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Counseling and Clinical Psychology (3 S.H.) Issues of clinical and counseling practice include ethics, theoretical perspectives, clinical research, diversity, and managed care. Practice in interviewing strategies is included, and career choices are examined. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science and PSY Abnormal Psychology. Grade only. Offered yearly. The classes available to fulfill this requirement represent a mix of intermediate and advanced undergraduate courses that cover a wide range of applications of psychological science, including health/medicine, business & industry, the legal system, and mental health. The goal of this requirement is to develop an understanding of some applications of psychology in "real-world" occupational contexts. Change 5: PSY350 Psychological Testing & Measurement will be moved from the list of core requirements and placed among options for fulfilling the requirement of one course in applied psychology. PSY Psychological Testing and Measurement (3 S.H.) Principles and practice of psychological measurement. Topics include basic statistical concepts; reliability and validity; widely used ability, personality, and interest tests and their application in educational, employment, clinical and basic research settings; social and legal issues arising from test use. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY Statistics, ENG College Reading and Writing. Grade only. Offered each semester. Students who choose to fulfill the GEP Writing Intensive requirement through other courses will now have the option of not taking PSY350 and using a different course to fulfill the applied psychology requirement.
10 Change 6: A requirement has been added that at least one course related to human diversity be included among the courses used to meet the other requirements of the major. PSY Psychology of Women and Gender (3 S.H.) A survey of scientific research into the nature of female behavior contrasted with male, including implications for modern living. Topics include gender stereotypes; gender development/typing; gender comparisons in social, personality, and cognitive areas, education and work, love relationships, sexuality, mental and physical health issues, and violence. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Health Psychology (3 S.H.) Explores psychological factors in optimal maintenance of health, treatment of illness and recovery from or adjustment to ongoing health problems. Theories, research methods, and clinical applications from the biopsychosocial context as applied to health psychology are examined. Prerequisite: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade only. Offered yearly. PSY Abnormal Psychology (3 S.H.) The origins, development, and treatment of abnormal behavior. Topics include mood, anxiety, and schizophrenic disorders as well as selected topics, which may include somatoform and dissociative disorders, life-span related disorders, substance use disorders, organic disorders, psychological aspects of illness, and prevention. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science and 3 additional S.H. in psychology. Grade only. Offered each semester. PSY Psychopathology of Childhood (3 S.H.) This course will examine the common mental health disorders of childhood and adolescence. A developmental psychopathological framework will be applied to the examination of the disorders. Disorders likely to be covered are anxiety, mood, conduct, pervasive developmental disorders (e.g., autism), and learning. Prerequisites: PSY Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY Developmental Psychology, and PSY Abnormal Psychology. Grade only. Offered yearly. Psychological Science focuses both on human similarities (i.e., generalizations) and on the differences among the diversity of humanity. The diversity requirement helps to assure that students gain familiarity with the latter focus of psychology. It should be noted that a course used to fulfill the diversity requirement can also be used to fulfill another requirement of the major. Thus, this new one-course requirement does not add to the total number of credits required in the major. Change 7: To accommodate new requirements without a substantial increase in the total number of credits required for the major, the required elective credits will be reduced from 18 S.H. to 12 S.H. No specific courses are affected by this change. PSY210 Introduction to Psychological Science, PSY231 Statistics, PSY308 Experimental Psychology, and PSY309 Experimental Psychology Lab will continue to be required courses. All courses above PSY210 that are not used to fulfill a specific requirement of the major can be applied toward the requirement of 12 S.H. of electives in psychology. NOTE: Current catalog copy has been provided above. However, due to changes/additions to departmental faculty in recent years, some courses currently listed as yearly have been offered every semester. Where those increases in frequency appear likely to continue, future catalog copy will be revised accordingly.
11 D. Impact of this Program Revision 1. Clearly state the impact of this revised program on other departments, programs, minors, or majors. We do not foresee any impact on other departments, programs, minors, or majors. 2. It is the responsibility of the department submitting a program proposal to send written notification to the department(s) or program(s) affected. Attach letter(s) of understanding from any impacted department(s). There was no need to contact other departments regarding this revision. E. Attach to this proposal a completed 1. Financial and Staffing Data Sheet 2. New and Revised Course and Program Approval Form for this course You may also need to fill out the MNSCU Program Redesign Application and submit this directly to the VPAA. This program revision will be implemented in the fall semester following completion of the approval process. F. Department Contact Person for this Proposal John Johanson (Chair) Name (please print) Phone address Charles Schreiber (A2C2 Rep) Name (please print) Phone address F. Review by Department A2C2 Representative I have reviewed this proposal and certify that it is complete
12 WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY FINANCIAL AND STAFFING DATA SHEET Program: PSYCHOLOGY B.A. MAJOR -- OPTION A (minor required) 1. Would this course or program be taught with existing staff or with new or additional staff? If this course would be taught by adjunct faculty, include a rationale. We expect this program revision to have negligible effects on demand for courses. We anticipate that the number of sections of each course that have been offered in recent years will be sufficient to accommodate the proposed change. 2. What impact would approval of this course/program have on current course offerings? Discuss number of sections of current offerings, dropping of courses, etc. We expect to meet demand with the existing schedule of course offerings. 3. What effect would approval of this course/program have on the department supplies? Include data to support expenditures for staffing, equipment, supplies, instructional resources, etc. We anticipate no change in demand for departmental supplies or other resources. [Revised 9-05]
13 WINONA STATE UNIVERSITY NEW AND REVISED COURSE AND PROGRAM APPROVAL FORM Routing form for new and revised courses and programs.course or Program PSYA: Psychology Major Option A (minor required) Department Recommendation _ Department Chair address Dean s Recommendation Yes Dean of College No* *The dean shall forward his/her recommendation to the chair of the department, the chair of A2C2, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs. A2C2 Recommendation Approved Disapproved _ Chair of A2C2 Graduate Council Recommendation Approved Disapproved (if applicable) _ Chair of Graduate Council _ Director of Graduate Studies Faculty Senate Recommendation Approved Disapproved _ President of Faculty Senate Academic Vice President Recommendation Approved Disapproved Academic Vice President Decision of President Approved Disapproved _ President Please forward to Registrar. Registrar _ Please notify department chair via that curricular change has been recorded. entered Signature of A2C2 representative [Revised ]
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