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2 FORM A CONT. 1. Proposal Summary As part of the ongoing deliberative analysis of the MCO curriculum by the faculty, it was determined that one course, OPTM 743 Environmental Vision, included some material that was unnecessarily redundant and other material that actually fit better in other existing courses. As a result, we are proposing the deletion of that course and moving the content to two other existing courses. This requires changing the configuration and titles of the two modified courses. No new course material is being added, no additional reference materials will be needed, and no other programs or departments are affected. 2. Summary of All Course Action Required* a. Newly Created Courses to FSU: Prefix Number Title b. Courses to be Deleted From FSU Catalog: Prefix Number Title OPTM 743 Environmental Vision c. Existing Course(s) to be Modified: Prefix Number Title OPTM 629 Ophthalmic Dispensing Lab OPTM 746 Treatment of Accommodative and Binocular Dysfunction d. Addition of existing FSU courses to program Prefix Number Title e. Removal of existing FSU courses from program Prefix Number Title

3 3. Summary of All Consultations Form Sent (B or C) Date Sent Responding Dept. Date Received & by Whom Form B 4. Will External Accreditation be Sought? (For new programs or certificates only) Yes No If yes, name the organization involved with accreditation for this program. 5. Program Checksheets affected by this proposal.

4 DELETE COURSE Course Data Entry Form FORM F Delete Course Rev. 7/23/07 I. ACTION TO BE TAKEN: DELETE COURSE FROM CATALOG. Note: Complete each section. The course described below will be moved to inactive status. a. Term Effective: Term Spring Year 2012 See instructions. II. CURRENT COURSE TO BE DELETED FROM THE ACTIVE STATUS: Include the information that is in the current course database. a. Course Prefix b. Number c. Enter Contact Hours per week in boxes. OPTM 743 LECture 2 LAB 0 INDependent Study Check (x) Practicum: Seminar: d. Full Course Title: Environmental Vision UCC Chair Signature/Date: Signature/Date: / / / / Academic Affairs Approval Office of the Registrar use ONLY Date Rec d: Date Completed: Entered: SCACRSE SCADETL SCARRES SCAPREQ

5 MODIFY COURSE Course Data Entry Form FORM F Modify Course Rev. 07/23/07 I. ACTION TO BE TAKEN: MODIFY AN EXISTING COURSE Notes: 1. Complete all parts of Sections I and II; complete only those items in Section III that represent changes. 2. If either prefix or number is being changed, use Delete Course and Create New Course forms rather than this form. a. List the changes to be made (See Proposed Changes a through p below): c, d, h, m b. Term Effective (6 digit code only): Examples: (Spring), (Summer), (Fall) Note: The first four digits indicate year, the next two digits indicate month in which term begins. II. CURRENT: Include information that is in the current course database. a. Course Prefix b. Number c. Enter Contact Hours per week in boxes. OPTM 629 LECture 0 LAB 2 INDependent Study Check (x) Practicum: Seminar: d. Course Title: Ophthalmic Dispensing Lab III. PROPOSED CHANGES: Complete only those boxes that represent proposed changes identified in Section I. Leave all other spaces blank. a. Course Prefix b. Number c. Enter Contact Hours per week in boxes. LECture 1 LAB 2 INDependent Study Check (x) Practicum: Seminar: d. Course Title: Ophth Dispensing/Environ Vision (Limit to 30 characters/spaces.) e. College Code: f. Department Code: Credit Hours: Check (x) type and enter maximum and minimum hours in boxes. g. Type: Variable Fixed h. Maximum Credit Hours 2 i. Minimum Credit Hours. j. May Be Repeated for Added Credit: Check (x) Yes No k. Levels: Check (x) Undergraduate Graduate Professional l. Grade Method: Check (x) Normal Grading Credit/No Credit only (Pass/Fail) m. CATALOG DESCRIPTION Limit to 75 words PLEASE BE CONCISE. Course provides students with a basic knowledge base to address environmental concerns related to visual safety, protection, and potential hazards. The course also includes a laboratory portion preparing the student to competently address issues commonly found in a modern ophthalmic dispensary. n. Term(s) Offered: (See instructions for listing.) o. Max. Section Enrollment: p. Prerequisites/Co-requisites/Restrictions: Limited to 100 spaces. UCC Chair Signature/Date: Signature/Date: / / / / Academic Affairs Approval To be completed by Academic Affairs Office: - Standard & Measures Coding and General Education Code

6 Basic Skill (BS) General Education (GE) Occupational Education (OC) G.E. Codes Office of the Registrar use ONLY Date Rec d: Date Completed: Entered: SCACRSE SCADETL SCARRES SCAPREQ

7 NEW COURSE INFORMATION FORM FORM E Course Identification: Prefix: Number Title OPTM 629 Ophthalmic Dispensing and Environmental Vision Course Description: A course designed to provide students with a basic knowledge base to address environmental concerns related to visual safety, protection, and potential hazards. The course also includes a laboratory portion preparing the student to competently address issues commonly found in a modern ophthalmic dispensary. Course Outcomes and Assessment Plan: 1. To enable the student to describe the effects of radiation and lighting as they relate to vision, visual safety, and protection 2. To enable the student to evaluate a workplace for potential hazards and make appropriate eye safety recommendation 3. To enable the student to identify and appropriately manage mechanical and chemical trauma to the eye, including prevention of future occurrences. 4. To enable the student to correctly discuss with patients all products offered in an optical dispensary. 5. To enable the student to correctly take all necessary measurements for fitting/verifying of frames and lenses offered in an optical dispensary. 6. To enable the student to properly adjust eyewear on patients 7. To enable the student to perform typical repairs found in an optical dispensary 8. To prepare the student to navigate throughout a commonly used practice management software package 9. To prepare students to operate a successful optical dispensary 10. Student knowledge is assessed through written examinations and quizzes. Course Outline including Time Allocation: Lecture topics Time Allocation (contact hours) Intro to ophthalmic dispensing and environmental vision Effects of Radiant Energy on the Eye and Lighting Ocular Trauma and Hazards Special Occupational Hazards 3 hours Transportation and Vision Ocular Safety and Protection 3 hours Quizzes Examination Laboratory topics Time Allocation (contact hours) 1. Verification 3 hours 2. Measurements 3. Adjusting 5 hours 4. Repairs 6 hours 5. Standards 6. Practice management software 7. Materials 8. Industry experts lectures 6 hours Total laboratory hours 28 hours

8 MODIFY COURSE Course Data Entry Form FORM F Modify Course Rev. 07/23/07 I. ACTION TO BE TAKEN: MODIFY AN EXISTING COURSE Notes: 3. Complete all parts of Sections I and II; complete only those items in Section III that represent changes. 4. If either prefix or number is being changed, use Delete Course and Create New Course forms rather than this form. a. List the changes to be made (See Proposed Changes a through p below): c, d, h, m b. Term Effective (6 digit code only): Examples: (Spring), (Summer), (Fall) Note: The first four digits indicate year, the next two digits indicate month in which term begins. II. CURRENT: Include information that is in the current course database. a. Course Prefix b. Number c. Enter Contact Hours per week in boxes. OPTM 746 LECture 1 LAB 2 INDependent Study Check (x) Practicum: Seminar: d. Course Title: Treatment of Accommodative and Binocular Dysfunction III. PROPOSED CHANGES: Complete only those boxes that represent proposed changes identified in Section I. Leave all other spaces blank. a. Course Prefix b. Number c. Enter Contact Hours per week in boxes. LECture 2 LAB 2 INDependent Study Check (x) Practicum: Seminar: d. Course Title: Vision Therapy/Occup Vision(Limit to 30 characters/spaces.) e. College Code: f. Department Code: Credit Hours: Check (x) type and enter maximum and minimum hours in boxes. g. Type: Variable Fixed h. Maximum Credit Hours 3 i. Minimum Credit Hours. j. May Be Repeated for Added Credit: Check (x) Yes No k. Levels: Check (x) Undergraduate Graduate Professional l. Grade Method: Check (x) Normal Grading Credit/No Credit only (Pass/Fail) m. CATALOG DESCRIPTION Limit to 75 words PLEASE BE CONCISE. This course will discuss identifying a patient s visual demands in comparison to his/her visual abilities, including various occupations with special visual demands. The student will learn how to use vision therapy techniques to improve a patient s visual abilities. Therapies for suppression, accommodative dysfunction, vergence dysfunction, oculomotor disorders, noncomitance, and absnormal correspondence will be discussed, along with sports vision and related therapies for children. n. Term(s) Offered: (See instructions for listing.) o. Max. Section Enrollment: p. Prerequisites/Co-requisites/Restrictions: Limited to 100 spaces. UCC Chair Signature/Date: Signature/Date: / / / / Academic Affairs Approval

9 To be completed by Academic Affairs Office: - Standard & Measures Coding and General Education Code Basic Skill (BS) General Education (GE) Occupational Education (OC) G.E. Codes Office of the Registrar use ONLY Date Rec d: Date Completed: Entered: SCACRSE SCADETL SCARRES SCAPREQ

10 FORM E Course Identification: NEW COURSE INFORMATION FORM Prefix: Number Title OPTM 746 Vision Therapy and Occupational Vision Course Description: This course will discuss the importance of identifying a patient s visual demands in comparison to his/her visual abilities. The student will learn about various occupations with special visual demands. Additionally, the student will learn how to use vision therapy techniques to improve a patient s visual abilities so that they meet or exceed the patient s visual demands. Therapies for suppression, accommodative dysfunction, vergence dysfunction, oculomotor disorders, noncomitance, and abnormal correspondence will be discussed. Sports vision and related therapies for children and advanced athletes will be presented. Course Outcomes and Assessment Plan: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the role of occupational vision 2. Demonstrate a understanding of how to determine a patient s visual demands 3. Demonstrate familiarity with instrumentation commonly used in vision therapy 4. Demonstrate an understanding of programming therapy for patients with a variety of visual complications, including accommodative dysfunction, oculomotor disorders, strabismus, and amblyopia Course assessment accomplished through individual and group feedback and interaction, course evaluations, overall pass rate and application of knowledge to clinical problems. Course Outline including Time Allocation: Lecture Topic Introduction to Occupation Vision and VT Vision Standards and Visual Performance Sports Vision Computer Vision Syndrome Transportation and Vision Standards VT Instrumentation Oculomotor VT Accommodative VT Myopia Non-strabismic VT General Strabismus Approach Amblyopia VT Esotropia VT Exotropia VT Anomalous correspondence & microtropia Noncomitant VT VT management Assessment Time Allocation (contact hours) 3 hours 2 hour 2 hour 2 hour 2 hour 2 hour 3 hours 30 hours

11 Lab Topic Correspondence testing/angles Correspondence/ VA & fixation Sensory fusion/suppression Computer vision therapy Eye movements Accommodative VT Anti-suppression VT Fusion VT Non-strabismic cases Strabismic cases Strabismus surgery Occupational vision therapy Perceptual vision therapy Assessment Time Allocation (contact hours) 4 hours 30 hours

12 Michigan College of Optometry current version Curriculum Summer Semester Cr. Fall Semester Cr. Spring Semester Cr. 1st Yr OPTM 537 Anat & Phys for OPTM 1 4 OPTM 538 Anat & Phys for OPTM 2 4 OPTM 530 Biochemistry, Proteomics and Genomics 4 BIOL 438 Microbiology & Immunology for Opt. 4 OPTM 511 Introduction to Optometry 1 OPTM 525 Geometric, Physical & Visual Optics 2 4 OPTM 514 Ethics & The Dr./Patient Relationship 1 OPTM 526 Vision Science 1 5 OPTM 524 Geometric, Physical & Visual Optics 1 5 OPTM 543 Optometric Procedures 1 5 OPTM 534 Ocular Anatomy & Physiology OPTM 631 Physical Exam & Diagnostic Procedures 2 2nd Yr OPTM 615 Practice Management 1 2 OPTM 629 Ophthalmic Dispensing Lab 1 OPTM 627 Vision Science 2 4 OPTM 636 Diagnosis&Treatment of Anterior Seg. 3 OPTM 628 Ophthalmic Optics 4 OPTM 633 Laser & Refractive Surgery 1 OPTM 630 General Pathology 4 OPTM 645 Diagnosis of Accom. & Binoc. Dysfunc. 4 OPTM 635 Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology 3 OPTM 648 Contact Lenses 1 4 OPTM 644 Optometric Procedures 2 3 OPTM 650 Optometry Clinic OPTM 657 Clinical Problem Solving rd Yr OPTM 717 Public Health and Optometry 3 OPTM 732 Pharm. Mgmt. Of Ocular Conditions 2 OPTM 744 Optometric Gerontology 1 OPTM 733 General and Ocular Pharmacology 5 OPTM 734 Diagnosis & Treatment of Glaucoma 2 OPTM 718 Practice Management 2 3 OPTM 738 Injectable Pharmaceuticals Lab 1 OPTM 736 Diagnosis&Treatment of Posterior Seg. 4 OPTM 737 Advanced Ocular Disease&Surgical Mgt 2 OPTM 743 Environmental Vision 2 OPTM 741 Developmental&Behavioral Pediatric Opt 4 OPTM 739 Clinical Neuro-optometry 2 OPTM 746 Treatment of Accom. & Binoc. Dysfunc. 2 OPTM 752 Optometry Clinic OPTM 745 Low Vision & Geriatric Vision 3 OPTM 749 Contact Lenses OPTM 753 Optometry Clinic OPTM 751 Optometry Clinic OPTM 759 Clinical Problem Solving 3 1 OPTM 758 Clinical Problem Solving OPTM 813 Web Seminar 3 1 4th Yr OPTM 811 Web Seminar 1 1 OPTM 812 Web Seminar 2 1 OPTM 817 Research Project 2 OPTM 854 Clinical Practice 1 13 OPTM 855 Clinical Practice 2 13 OPTM 856 Clinical Practice Total General Curriculum Credit Hours 175 OPTM 797 Special Studies (1-4) credit hours curr_ _10.xlsx 11/11/2011

13 Michigan College of Optometry proposed revision Curriculum Summer Semester Cr. Fall Semester Cr. Spring Semester Cr. 1st Yr OPTM 537 Anat & Phys for OPTM 1 4 OPTM 538 Anat & Phys for OPTM 2 4 OPTM 530 Biochemistry, Proteomics and Genomics 4 BIOL 438 Microbiology & Immunology for Opt. 4 OPTM 511 Introduction to Optometry 1 OPTM 525 Geometric, Physical & Visual Optics 2 4 OPTM 514 Ethics & The Dr./Patient Relationship 1 OPTM 526 Vision Science 1 5 OPTM 524 Geometric, Physical & Visual Optics 1 5 OPTM 543 Optometric Procedures 1 5 OPTM 534 Ocular Anatomy & Physiology OPTM 631 Physical Exam & Diagnostic Procedures 2 2nd Yr OPTM 615 Practice Management 1 2 OPTM 629 Ophthalmic Dispensing/Environmental Vision 2 OPTM 627 Vision Science 2 4 OPTM 636 Diagnosis&Treatment of Anterior Seg. 3 OPTM 628 Ophthalmic Optics 4 OPTM 633 Laser & Refractive Surgery 1 OPTM 630 General Pathology 4 OPTM 645 Diagnosis of Accom. & Binoc. Dysfunc. 4 OPTM 635 Neuroanatomy & Neurophysiology 3 OPTM 648 Contact Lenses 1 4 OPTM 644 Optometric Procedures 2 3 OPTM 650 Optometry Clinic OPTM 657 Clinical Problem Solving rd Yr OPTM 717 Public Health and Optometry 3 OPTM 732 Pharm. Mgmt. Of Ocular Conditions 2 OPTM 744 Optometric Gerontology 1 OPTM 733 General and Ocular Pharmacology 5 OPTM 734 Diagnosis & Treatment of Glaucoma 2 OPTM 718 Practice Management 2 3 OPTM 738 Injectable Pharmaceuticals Lab 1 OPTM 736 Diagnosis&Treatment of Posterior Seg. 4 OPTM 737 Advanced Ocular Disease&Surgical Mgt 2 OPTM 746 Vision Therapy/Occupational Vision 3 OPTM 741 Developmental&Behavioral Pediatric Opt 4 OPTM 739 Clinical Neuro-optometry 2 OPTM 749 Contact Lenses 2 2 OPTM 752 Optometry Clinic OPTM 745 Low Vision & Geriatric Vision 3 OPTM 751 Optometry Clinic OPTM 753 Optometry Clinic OPTM 758 Clinical Problem Solving 2 1 OPTM 759 Clinical Problem Solving OPTM 813 Web Seminar 3 1 4th Yr OPTM 811 Web Seminar 1 1 OPTM 812 Web Seminar 2 1 OPTM 817 Research Project 2 OPTM 854 Clinical Practice 1 13 OPTM 855 Clinical Practice 2 13 OPTM 856 Clinical Practice Total General Curriculum Credit Hours 175 OPTM 797 Special Studies (1-4) credit hours curr_ _10 rev.xlsx 11/11/2011

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