CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY"

Transcription

1 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: FALL Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS:12/6/12 Catalog: SELF SUPPORT ( ) REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF NEW CERTIFICATE, OR SUBJECT MATTER PREPARATION PROGRAM IN Health Informatics Graduate Certificate 1. Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. Full and exact title of Certificate, Credential, or Subject Matter Preparation: Health Informatics Graduate Certificate 3. Purpose of the proposed aggregate of courses: Health informatics is a growing specialty within the field of health care administration and management. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the field is expected to increase by 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. In order to meet the workforce needs of the state and to help prepare students for successful careers, this certificate is needed. The certificate and the proposed courses should have a positive effect on the MS-HCA and MPA degree programs offered by the Department as students who complete the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate may then wish to pursue one of the degree programs in the Department. Three courses in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate (12 units) may be used as transfer courses in the MS-HCA program: HCA 6201, HCA 6202, and HCA In the MPA program, two courses (8 units) may be used as transfer courses: HCA 6201 and HCA In both the MS-HCA and MPA programs, courses may only be used as transfer courses if the grade earned was a B or better. In addition, the community partnerships created as a result of the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate may result in additional internship and employment opportunities for students in the MS- HCA and MPA degree programs. The student learning objectives for the courses created for the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate roll up to the certificate s learning objectives. Within health care administration and management education, there has been a movement towards competency-based education. The Health Care Leadership Alliance (HLA) is a consortium of major professional associations in the health care field that has developed a directory of the knowledge, skills, and abilities that all health care administrators and managers should possess for workplace effectiveness. The HLA has identified five competency domains that graduates from health care administration and management programs should be able to demonstrate. Given that health informatics is a specialty within the field of health care administration, we have adopted the five HLA domains for the certificate outcomes, with modifications to reflect that this is a graduate certificate program in health informatics, not a health care administration graduate degree program. The student learning objectives for the certificate are: At the end of the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate, successful participants should be able to demonstrate the following competencies: 1. Communication and Relationship Management: Students will be able to communicate clearly and concisely with internal and external customers, to establish and maintain relationships, and to facilitate

2 constructive interactions with individuals and groups (HCA 6201, HCA 6202, and HCA 6204). This competency maps with CSUEB s ILOs: communicate ideas, perspectives, and values clearly and persuasively while listening openly to others and work collaboratively and respectfully as members and leaders of diverse teams and communities and demonstrate expertise and integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in a specialized discipline of study. 2. Leadership: Students will be able to inspire individual and organizational excellence, to create and attain a shared vision, and to successfully manage change to attain the organization's strategic ends and successful performance (HCA 6202, HCA 6203, and HCA 6204). This competency maps with CSUEB s ILOs: work collaboratively and respectfully as members and leaders of diverse teams and communities and apply knowledge of diversity and multicultural competencies to promote equity and social justice in our communities and demonstrate expertise and integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in a specialized discipline of study. 3. Professionalism: Students will be able to align personal and organizational conduct with ethical and professional standards that include a responsibility to the patient and community, a service orientation, and a commitment to lifelong learning and improvement (HCA 6203 and HCA 6204). This competency maps with CSUEB s ILOs: act responsibly and sustainably at local, national, and global levels and think critically and creatively and apply analytical and quantitative reasoning to address complex challenges and everyday problems and demonstrate expertise and integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in a specialized discipline of study. 4. Knowledge of the Healthcare Environment: Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of the healthcare system and the environment in which healthcare managers and providers function (All 6 courses, but HCA 6205 and HCA 6206 most directly). This competency maps with CSUEB s ILOs: demonstrate expertise and integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in a specialized discipline of study 5. Business Skills and Knowledge: Students will be able to apply business principles, including systems thinking, to the healthcare environment (maps to HCA 6202, HCA 6203, and HCA 6204). This competency maps with CSUEB s ILOs: think critically and creatively and apply analytical and quantitative reasoning to address complex challenges and everyday problems and demonstrate expertise and integration of ideas, methods, theory and practice in a specialized discipline of study 4. List of all requirements including the courses, by catalog prefix number, title, and units of credit, as well as total units to be required under the proposed Certificate, Credential, or Subject Matter Preparation Program. Total units: 24 PRE-REQUISITE: A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution in a health-related field OR A baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution in any field of study AND either one graduate or undergraduate course in health care systems or a minimum of two years full-time employment in the health care field. Courses 1. HCA 6201: Introduction to Health Informatics (4) 2. HCA 6202: Project and Change Management in Health Informatics (4) 3. HCA 6203: Quality Improvement Using Health Informatics (4) 4. HCA 6204: Business, Legal, and Ethical Aspects of Health Informatics (4) 5. HCA 6205: Bioinformatics in Health Care Administration (4) 6. HCA 6206: Public Health Informatics (4)

3 5. List of new courses that were developed and existing courses that needed modification as a result of this new Option or Minor, if any, submitted along with this proposal: HCA 6201: Introduction to Health Informatics (4) New HCA 6202: Project and Change Management in Health Informatics (4) New HCA 6203: Quality Improvement Using Health Informatics (4) New HCA 6204: Business, Legal, and Ethical Aspects of Health Informatics (4) New HCA 6205: Bioinformatics in Health Care Administration (4) New HCA 6206: Public Health Informatics (4) New 6. Resource Implications of the proposed new Option or Minor, if any: The certificate program will be offered through the Division of Continuing and International Education (DCIE) and it will be self-supporting. The MS-HCA program currently offers courses that include some health informatics content so the library has sufficient resources to meet the needs of the certificate. 7. Relationship of proposed program to requirements for teaching credentials, accreditation, and/or licensing. None. 8. Consultation with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and no concerns were raised. 9. Certification of Department Approval by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of College Approval by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

4 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY NEW COURSE REQUEST First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS:12/6/12 Catalog: The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6201 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Introduction to Health Informatics SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces: Intro to Health Informatics UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: Topics include the use of information technology in various types of health-care settings and the main types of health information tools such as electronic health records, telehealth and mobile health and their related resources and applications. b) Prerequisite(s): No. c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: None h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online previously will be the primary instructors. Syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty. iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives (SLOs) for HCA 6201 are: At the end of this course, the successful participant should be able to: Describe the main types of health information technology applications and how these are used to affect the delivery of healthcare Compare and contrast electronic medical, personal, and health records and how they interact in healthcare systems Define key terms in the field of health informatics

5 Identify the key issues surrounding health informatics including user requirements, data standards, workflow redesign, privacy and security, and usability Articulate how health informatics is used in various health care settings Describe the effect of the Internet and social media on health care delivery Discuss the current trends and newest uses of technology in health informatics Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and a signature assignment. The signature assignment in HCA 6201 is the Health Informatics Methodology paper. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support. 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. In addition, up to three courses (12 units) in the certificate program completed with a grade of B or better may be used as transfer courses in the MS-HCA program. This course is one of the three courses that may be used as a transfer course. Up to two courses (8 units) in the certificate program completed with a grade of B or better may be used as transfer courses in the MPA program. This course is one of the two courses that may be used as a transfer course. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

6 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY NEW COURSE REQUEST 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6202 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Project and Change Management in Health Informatics First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS: 12/6/12 Catalog: The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces: Project & Change in HIT UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: Introduction to students to initiating and managing health informatics projects. Principles of project management, including initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting as applied to health informatics. b) Prerequisite(s): HCA 6201 c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: None h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online before will be the primary instructors. Syllabus will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty. iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives for HCA 6202 are: At the end of this course, the successful participant will be able to: Compare and contrast different approaches to project management in terms of the technical, financial, and sociocultural aspects Identify and utilize tools and methods for managing health informatics projects Apply the human and organizational concepts, issues, and practices related to health

7 informatics for successful project implementation Define and discuss project management knowledge areas: integration, scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communication, risk and procurement management Describe change management knowledge areas: realization, sponsorship, transformation, training, and optimization management Integrate project, information technology, and change management methodologies Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and two signature assignments. The signature assignments in HCA 6202 are Project Management Case Studies and the Project Implementation Strategy paper. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. In addition, up to three courses (12 units) in the certificate program completed with a grade of B or better may be used as transfer courses in the MS-HCA program. This course is one of the three courses that may be used as a transfer course. Up to two courses (8 units) in the certificate program completed with a grade of B or better may be used as transfer courses in the MPA program. This course is one of the two courses that may be used as a transfer course. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

8 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS: 12/6/12 Catalog: NEW COURSE REQUEST The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6203 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Quality Improvement Using Health Informatics SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces: Quality Improvement in HIT UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: This course covers the issues of measuring, managing and improving the quality of health care using informatics. The impact of health informatics on patients and providers, communication, provider training, medical errors, and other relevant areas are discussed. b) Prerequisite(s): HCA 6201 c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: None h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online before will be the primary instructors. Syllabus will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty.

9 iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives for HCA 6203 are: At the end of this course, the successful participant should be able to: Apply quality improvement methodologies, the basics of quality measures (how the data is collected and used), and quality improvement project prioritization Discuss and utilize key measures of quality performance in health care Critique initiatives to improve the quality of health care using health informatics Articulate how health informatics can improve and impair health care delivery Describe the effects on quality in terms of technical and human communication using health informatics Utilize different methods of health informatics data generation and apply the data for program improvement Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and one signature assignment. The signature assignment in HCA 6203 is the Quality Assessment and Improvement Plan paper. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support. 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. In addition, up to three courses (12 units) in the certificate program completed with a grade of B or better may be used as transfer courses in the MS-HCA program. This course is one of the three courses that may be used as a transfer course. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections.

10 b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

11 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY NEW COURSE REQUEST First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS:12/6/12 Catalog: The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6204 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Business, Legal, and Ethical Aspects of Health Informatics SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces: Business, Legal, & Ethical HIT UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: The goal of this course is to introduce students to the unique business, legal, and ethical issues of using telehealth. Legal and regulatory requirements as well as ethical considerations for health informatics systems, such as FDA regulations and AHIMA, are discussed. b) Prerequisite(s): HCA 6201 c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: none h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online before will be the primary instructors. Syllabus will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty. iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives for HCA 6204 are: At the end of this course, the successful participant should be able to: Utilize business tools such as requirements development, vendor selection, negotiation, physical environment planning, and contracting as they relate to health informatics Discuss information technology management issues such as management theories, decision

12 making, meeting the needs of health care facilities, organizational structure and budget development Identify the components of the health care information technology marketplace, such as product offerings and financial evaluation Apply current laws, accreditations, licensure and certification standards related to health information initiatives at the national, state, local, and facility levels Develop and implement policies and procedures to comply with changing health information regulations Relate ethical standards of practice to health informatics Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and three signature assignments. The signature assignments in HCA 6204 are three case studies that will address the ethical standards of practice, legal and regulatory requirements, and information technology management issues. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support. 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

13 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY NEW COURSE REQUEST First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS: 12/6/12 Catalog: The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6205 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Bioinformatics in Health Care Administration SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces: Bioinformatics in HCA UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: Students will study of the basic concepts surrounding bioinformation systems. Course topics include bioinformation systems, terminology and standards, bioinformation, configuration, user interface design, computerized physician order entry, decision support, and clinical reporting. b) Prerequisite(s): HCA 6201 c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: none h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid. i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online before will be the primary instructors. Syllabus will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty. iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives for HCA 6205 are: At the end of this course, the successful participant should be able to: Compare and contrast alternative bioinformation systems

14 Demonstrate how medical records are configured and organized Describe and apply basic concepts in user interface design Identify key human factors that need to be considered in systems implementation Incorporate clinical workflow and other business processes into bioinformation systems implementation Differentiate different applications of bioinformation systems such as computerized physician order entry, clinical decision support, and clinical reporting Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and two signature assignments. The signature assignments in HCA 6205 are the Interviews with Professionals in the Field Paper and the Bioinformation Systems Literature Review. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support. 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

15 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY NEW COURSE REQUEST First Quarter/Year of Offering Quarter: Fall Year: 2013 Date Submitted to APGS: 12/6/12 Catalog: The CSU Accessible Technology Initiative requires that all instructional materials be available in accessible formats. Departments will assure the instructional materials for the course will be accessible. 1. DEPARTMENT: Department of Public Affairs and Administration 2. ALPHABETICAL PREFIX: HCA COURSE NUMBER: 6206 FULL TITLE in Catalog: Public Health Informatics SHORTENED TITLE FOR CLASS SHEDULE if full title is over 30 spaces UNIT VALUE of course: 4 3. CATALOG DESCRIPTION a) Course Content: Course topics include the information needs of public health professionals; barriers and requirements of a public health information infrastructure; public health informatics tools; public health department credentialing; and public health electronic reporting and surveillance, including communicable disease and bioterrorism. b) Prerequisite(s): HCA 6201 c) Co-requisite(s): No. d) Credit Restrictions: No. e) Repeatability: No. f) If the answer to e) above is yes, can students register for multiple sections of this same course in the same quarter: Not applicable. g) Cross-listing: No. Primary Department: Department of Public Affairs and Administration Secondary Department: none h) Dual-listing: No. i) Miscellaneous Course Fee: No. j) Grading Pattern (A-F & CR/NC, etc.): A-F k) Hours/Week of Lecture: 4/week l) Hours/Week of Activity or Lab (if needed): None. m) Taught entirely on-line, on-ground, or hybrid (both): Fully on-line and Hybrid. i. Describe the strategies for teaching this course either in an on-line or hybrid format. The course will be taught using Blackboard. Online discussions and quizzes will be used. Students will post their papers on Blackboard and relevant courses materials (web site links, articles, etc.) will be posted by the instructor. For hybrid classes, the students will meet in person every other week. ii. Describe the experience, support and/or training available for the faculty members who will teach this online or hybrid course. Faculty who have taught online before will be the primary instructors. Syllabus will be reviewed by the Department Chair. Faculty with experience in online education will mentor faculty who have not taught online and university resources (faculty workshops and Back to the Bay) will be used for support for faculty. iii. Assessment of online and hybrid courses. The student learning objectives for HCA 6206 are:

16 At the end of this course, the successful participant should be able to: Define public health informatics and discuss its relation to bioinformatics Utilize public health informatics tools, such as EIS and GIS Discuss the importance and benefits of public health informatics Compare and contrast alternative public health information systems Demonstrate the utility of public health informatics in terms of community health, disease surveillance, and research Identify the legal, policy, and ethical concerns related to public health informatics Student learning will be assessed through three methods: weekly quizzes, on-line discussion questions, and one signature assignment. The signature assignment in HCA 6206 is the Alternative Public Health Informatics Analysis Paper. In addition, all syllabi will be reviewed by the Department Chair to ascertain that the student learning objectives and three methods of assessment are included in the syllabi and that the course materials and activities fit the student learning objectives. How this course maps to the program learning outcomes (PLOs) and to the CSUEB institutional learning outcomes (ILOs) can be seen in the Health Informatics Graduate Certificate new certificate request. n) Offered on state-support or self-support. Self-support. 4. COURSE INVENTORY DATA a) Instructional Format: Lecture b) Course Classification Number: C-4 c) Class Hours/Week: 4 d) Student Credit Units: 4 e) Workload K-factor: 1.0 f) Weighted Teaching Units: 4 g) Normal Limit/Capacity: 30 First Second 5. GENERAL EDUCATION-BREADTH REQUIREMENT(S), U.S. HISTORY-INSTITUTIONS REQUIREMENT, UNIVERSITY WRITING SKILLS REQUIREMENT to be satisfied. No. 6. JUSTIFICATION FOR/PURPOSE OF the proposed new course: This course will be part of a proposed new Health Informatics graduate certificate program. 7. RESOURCE IMPLICATIONS: None since it is part of a self-support certificate program. The library currently has a sufficient amount of materials that are relevant to the course. 8. CONSULTATION with other affected departments and program committee: a) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raise no objections: All Academic Departments and Programs at CSUEB were consulted using the Sharepoint Curriculum site and there were no objections. b) The following department(s) has (have) been consulted and raised concerns: None. 9. Certification of DEPARTMENT APPROVAL by the chair and faculty. Chair: Toni E. Fogarty Date: October 25, Certification of COLLEGE APPROVAL by the dean and college curriculum committee. Dean/Associate Dean: Jiansheng Guo Date: November 26, 2012

MSBA Program Resumption Report 1. Introduction

MSBA Program Resumption Report 1. Introduction MSBA Program Resumption Report 1. Introduction The Master of Science in Business Administration with the option in Information Technology Management (MSBA ITM Option) was introduced in Fall Quarter of

More information

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN COMMUNICATION

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN COMMUNICATION CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN COMMUNICATION [Enter name of major as it shows in the current university catalog.] Quarter: FALL Year:

More information

Clayton State University Master of Health Administration Program Fall 2009 Assessment

Clayton State University Master of Health Administration Program Fall 2009 Assessment Clayton State University Master of Health Administration Program Fall 2009 Assessment MHA Program Mission: The mission of the Health Care Management program is to prepare ethical and socially responsible

More information

4. Criterion 1. Response ID:23; 100996265 Data

4. Criterion 1. Response ID:23; 100996265 Data Response ID:23; 100996265 Data 3. 1. Instructional Program Criteria and Template Name of Person Completing this Report : Toni E. Fogarty, PhD, MPH Title of Person Completing this Report : Professor, MS-HCA

More information

POLICY ON ONLINE INSTRUCTION

POLICY ON ONLINE INSTRUCTION POLICY ON ONLINE INSTRUCTION I. Preamble The purpose of this policy is to provide continuity in the quality and climate of the educational environment as we move to incorporate online learning and other

More information

Welcome to the Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MS-HCA) Fall 13 Cohort

Welcome to the Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MS-HCA) Fall 13 Cohort Welcome to the Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MS-HCA) Fall 13 Cohort Department of Public Affairs and Administration California State University, East Bay 1 MS-HCA Program Overview 12

More information

MS-HCA Program and Student Learning Outcomes Assessment

MS-HCA Program and Student Learning Outcomes Assessment MS-HCA Program and Student Learning Outcomes Assessment PUAD relies on a number of sources of information to assess student performance and the accomplishment of the MS-HCA program s mission and desired

More information

CSU Degree Program Proposal Template

CSU Degree Program Proposal Template CSU Degree Program Proposal Template Revised November 2013 Please Note: Campuses may mention proposed degree programs in recruitment material if it is specified that enrollment in the proposed program

More information

Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Technology and Management Bellevue College

Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Technology and Management Bellevue College November 2011 Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Technology and Management Bellevue College Introduction Bellevue College proposes to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Technology

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY. Committee on Instruction & Curriculum (CIC)

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY. Committee on Instruction & Curriculum (CIC) CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 2010-11 CIC 8 Date Submitted: April 14, 2011 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: The Academic Senate Committee on Instruction & Curriculum (CIC) Engineering

More information

Procedures for Submitting Proposals for Implementation of New Degree Major Programs (Bachelor s and Master s Levels)

Procedures for Submitting Proposals for Implementation of New Degree Major Programs (Bachelor s and Master s Levels) Procedures for Submitting Proposals for Implementation of New Degree Major Programs (Bachelor s and Master s Levels) Revised March 1985, February 2007, June 2009, June 2014 This document presents the format,

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY. Committee on Academic Planning & Review (CAPR)

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY. Committee on Academic Planning & Review (CAPR) CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 2009-10 CAPR 7 Date Submitted: December 3, 2009 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: The Academic Senate Committee on Academic Planning & Review (CAPR) New

More information

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Faculty Document No. 3006, September 17, 2015

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Faculty Document No. 3006, September 17, 2015 A. Abstract: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Authorization Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) Revised (3/26/2015) The UWM Master of Healthcare Administration program provides evidence-based inter

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE PROGRAM TRANSFORMATION MSA-HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT RES 141516 CCC and BPC RESOLVED: that the Academic Senate recommend the transformation of the

More information

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Page 1 of 8 Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Number: 21-Oct-12 Date submitted: 10/30/2012 Date approved: Title of Proposal: New Course HIMS 4520 Electronic Health Record Initiator and

More information

ACADEMIC SENATE http://www.csueastbay.edu/senate 510-885-3671

ACADEMIC SENATE http://www.csueastbay.edu/senate 510-885-3671 ACADEMIC SENATE http://www.csueastbay.edu/senate 510-885-3671 COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC PLANNING AND REVIEW 14-15 CAPR 24 Thursday, May 21, 2015 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: ACTION REQUESTED: The Academic Senate

More information

Graduate Program Assessment Plan 2014 School Psychology, EPSY

Graduate Program Assessment Plan 2014 School Psychology, EPSY Graduate Program Assessment Plan 2014 School Psychology, EPSY Program Student Learning Outcomes (*PLO s): Students graduating with an M.S. in Counseling from Cal State East Bay will be able to: 1 Data

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES COURSE MODIFICATION OR NEW COURSE PROPOSAL FORM

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES COURSE MODIFICATION OR NEW COURSE PROPOSAL FORM ACTION BY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS RECEIVED BY AA SUB COM ACTION DATE/REF : EPC ACTION DATE/REF : EFFECTIVE DATE : CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LOS ANGELES COURSE MODIFICATION OR NEW COURSE PROPOSAL FORM 1. College

More information

2. Course prefix and number: BUS 2750. 3. Short title: Legal Environment of Business. 4. Long title: Legal and Social Environment of Business

2. Course prefix and number: BUS 2750. 3. Short title: Legal Environment of Business. 4. Long title: Legal and Social Environment of Business Agenda Item #15-109 Eastern Illinois University Effective Summer 2015 Revised Course Proposal BUS 2750, Legal and Social Environment of Business Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) 1. New Course or

More information

Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels. Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes

Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels. Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes This document presents the format, criteria, and submission procedures for CSU bachelor

More information

ASSESSMENT PLAN: M.S. in Computer Science

ASSESSMENT PLAN: M.S. in Computer Science Department of Mathematics, CSCI ASSESSMENT PLAN: M.S. in Computer Science Updated Date: Winter 2015 by Matt Johnson PROGRAM MISSION CSUEB Missions, Commitments, and ILOs, 2012 CSUEB Computer Science Program

More information

New Course Proposal OSC 4810, Supply Chain and Logistics Management

New Course Proposal OSC 4810, Supply Chain and Logistics Management Agenda Item #15-49 Effective Fall 2015 Eastern Illinois University Initial Term of Offering: Spring 2016 New Course Proposal OSC 4810, Supply Chain and Logistics Management Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet)

More information

Approval Process for New PST Course

Approval Process for New PST Course Routing Slip Keep attached to front of proposal Complete your section Sign and date Send to next step Approval Process for New PST Course Name of Department/Faculty Initiating: Name of Course: Step 1 Proposal

More information

Texas A&M University-Central Texas Degree Program Revision

Texas A&M University-Central Texas Degree Program Revision Page 1 of 5 Tracking ID # (AA Use Only) A degree program is an organized curriculum leading to a college degree in an area of study recognized as an academic discipline by the higher education community,

More information

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal CMN 2920, Introduction to Public Relations. 2. Course prefix and number: CMN 2920

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal CMN 2920, Introduction to Public Relations. 2. Course prefix and number: CMN 2920 Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal CMN 2920, Introduction to Public Relations Agenda Item #15-136 Effective Fall 2016 Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) 1. New Course or Revision

More information

Effective Fall 2016 New Course Proposal CMN 3020, Public Relations Research, Evaluation, and Measurement. 2. Course prefix and number: CMN 3020

Effective Fall 2016 New Course Proposal CMN 3020, Public Relations Research, Evaluation, and Measurement. 2. Course prefix and number: CMN 3020 Agenda Item #15-137 Eastern Illinois University Effective Fall 2016 New Course Proposal CMN 3020, Public Relations Research, Evaluation, and Measurement Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) 1. New Course

More information

Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal MAR 3560, Social Media Marketing

Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal MAR 3560, Social Media Marketing Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal MAR 3560, Social Media Marketing Agenda Item #14-118 Effective Fall 2015 Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) 1. X New Course or Revision of Existing

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 2010-11 CIC 2 Date Submitted: November 22, 2010 The Academic Senate

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 2010-11 CIC 2 Date Submitted: November 22, 2010 The Academic Senate TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 2010-11 CIC 2 Date Submitted: November 22, 2010 The Academic Senate Committee on Instruction and Curriculum Proposal

More information

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 2710, Survey of Finance

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 2710, Survey of Finance Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 2710, Survey of Finance Agenda Item #15-71 Effective Summer 2015 Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) 1. New Course or X Revision of Existing

More information

Health Information. Technology and Cancer Information Management. Health Information Technology & Cancer Information Management 363

Health Information. Technology and Cancer Information Management. Health Information Technology & Cancer Information Management 363 Health Information Technology & 363 Health Information Technology and Cancer Information Management Opportunities in the health information field have expanded with changes in health care delivery, utilization

More information

Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes

Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes Proposing New CSU Degree Programs Bachelor s and Master s Levels Offered through Self-Support and State-Support Modes This document presents the format, criteria, and submission procedures for CSU bachelor

More information

Annual Report 2011-12. Interdisciplinary Studies B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S.

Annual Report 2011-12. Interdisciplinary Studies B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. Annual Report 2011-12 Interdisciplinary Studies B.A., B.S., M.A., M.S. 1. Self Study Interdisciplinary Studies, formerly called Special Majors, consists of the following four degrees, B.A., B.S., M.A,

More information

Faculty Contact. Course # Dept: (Requires approval of both departments and deans involved. Add lines at end of form for such signatures.

Faculty Contact. Course # Dept: (Requires approval of both departments and deans involved. Add lines at end of form for such signatures. FORMAT 1 Submit original with signatures + 1 copy+ electronic copy to UAF Governance. See http://www.uaf.edu/uafgov/faculty/cdfor a complete description of the rules governing curriculum & course changes.

More information

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 3500, Management Information Systems

Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 3500, Management Information Systems Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) Eastern Illinois University Revised Course Proposal BUS 3500, Management Information Systems 1. New Course or X_ Revision of Existing Course 2. Course prefix and

More information

Course Prefix, Number, and Title: CHLI 604, Program Development and Practicum in Child Life

Course Prefix, Number, and Title: CHLI 604, Program Development and Practicum in Child Life FACULTY COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE EDUCATION, CONTINUING EDUCATION AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL FORM Contact Name: Susan J. Simonian, Ph. D., ABPP Email: simonians@cofc.edu Phone: 953-8271

More information

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Page 1 of 8 Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Number: 09-Oct-12 Date submitted: 10/30/2012 Date approved: Title of Proposal: New Course HIMS 3200 Medical Terminology Initiator and Place

More information

FULL PROPOSAL: Substantive Change(s) to a Course

FULL PROPOSAL: Substantive Change(s) to a Course FULL PROPOSAL: Substantive Change(s) to a Course Title of proposal (must begin with department abbreviation): CPSC 4530 - Data Visualization and Exploration Place an X next to the ones that apply: Significant

More information

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS DEPARTMENT: SIHP PROPOSED EFFECTIVE SEMESTER: Fall 2015 COLLEGE: College of Health and Human Services PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS Academic

More information

Academic/Instructional Methodologies and Delivery Systems. Classroom Instruction

Academic/Instructional Methodologies and Delivery Systems. Classroom Instruction Academic/Instructional Methodologies and Delivery Systems ITT Technical Institutes are institutes of higher learning that are committed to offering quality undergraduate and continuing education locally,

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY Designation Code: 06-07 BEC 5 (revised) Date Submitted: December 6, 2006 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: The Academic Senate Executive Committee Policy on Online (and

More information

Faculty Contact. Course # Dept: (Requires approval of both departments and deans involved. Add lines at end of form for such signatures.

Faculty Contact. Course # Dept: (Requires approval of both departments and deans involved. Add lines at end of form for such signatures. FORMAT 1 Submit original with signatures + 1 copy+ electronic copy to UAF Governance. See http://www.uaf.edu/uafgov/faculty/cdfor a complete description of the rules governing curriculum & course changes.

More information

Administration and Supervision

Administration and Supervision Educational Administration and Supervision Dickenson Hall, Room 419 (501) 569-3267 The Educational Administration and Supervision program at UALR includes three graduate degree programs (e.g., Master s,

More information

Exercise Science Major Assessment Plan

Exercise Science Major Assessment Plan Exercise Science Major Assessment Plan The Exercise Science major is housed within the Department of Kinesiology and is in concert with the purposes of the department. As such, the mission statements of

More information

The Accreditation Alert can also be found on the Commission s website at: www.accsct.org. Go to Staying Accredited and then Accreditation Alert.

The Accreditation Alert can also be found on the Commission s website at: www.accsct.org. Go to Staying Accredited and then Accreditation Alert. ACCSCTAlert! Information for our member schools To: ACCSCT Accredited Institutions and Other Interested Parties From: Elise Scanlon, Executive Director Date: Subject: Amendments to the Standards of Accreditation

More information

Public Health Policy and Administration will be one of the required courses for the Master of Public Health program.

Public Health Policy and Administration will be one of the required courses for the Master of Public Health program. 1. Explain briefly and clearly the proposed improvement. Public Health Policy and Administration will be one of the required courses for the Master of Public Health program. The description for the Public

More information

EDUCATION. Grading Scheme: Repeatability: Course Level Information: X A-F Grades Repeatable for a maximum of

EDUCATION. Grading Scheme: Repeatability: Course Level Information: X A-F Grades Repeatable for a maximum of California State University Channel Islands NEW COURSE PROPOSAL Courses must be submitted by October 15, 2013, and finalized by the end of that fall semester for the next catalog production. Use YELLOWED

More information

SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS. Full Board ******************************************************************************

SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS. Full Board ****************************************************************************** SOUTH DAKOTA BOARD OF REGENTS Full Board AGENDA ITEM: 17 a DATE: March 28-29, 2012 ****************************************************************************** SUBJECT: New Program: DSU Minor in Health

More information

COURSE OUTLINE (Replaces PNCR and Course Outline)

COURSE OUTLINE (Replaces PNCR and Course Outline) Los Angeles Community College District COURSE OUTLINE (Replaces PNCR and Course Outline) Section I: BASIC COURSE INFORMATION OUTLINE STATUS: 1. COLLEGE: 2. SUBJECT (DISCIPLINE) NAME 1 ): (40 characters,

More information

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS DEPARTMENT: BIS PROPOSED EFFECTIVE SEMESTER: Fall14 COLLEGE: HCOB PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS Academic Program Substantive Course Changes Misc.

More information

ANNUAL PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING PLAN

ANNUAL PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING PLAN ANNUAL PROGRAM/DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT FOR LEARNING PLAN Please send your Plan to the Assessment FOR Student Learning office via learning@cscc.edu. (Phone 287-3936) The Plan will be reviewed by members of

More information

4.4.1.2 Measurement and Criteria

4.4.1.2 Measurement and Criteria 4.4 Policy Statement on the Accounting and Measurement of Workforce and Continuing Education KCTCS is committed to providing life-long learning opportunities to improve the quality of life and employability

More information

Assessment of Critical Thinking Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO)

Assessment of Critical Thinking Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO) Assessment of Critical Thinking Institutional Learning Outcome (ILO) This is a summary of the work completed by the University from summer 2013 to winter 2015 in the first effort to design an ILO rubric,

More information

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Program Duties and Responsibilities:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES. Program Duties and Responsibilities: An Invitation to Apply: Simmons College School of Nursing and Health Sciences: Department of Nursing Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program THE SEARCH Simmons College School of Nursing

More information

Health Systems Management Courses

Health Systems Management Courses Health Systems Management Courses *HSM 200. US Healthcare Organization and Delivery. Credit 3 hours. This course is an overview of how health care is organized, delivered and financed in the United States.

More information

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS

REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS REQUEST TO COLLEGE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE FOR CURRICULAR IMPROVEMENTS DEPARTMENT: PSY PROPOSED EFFECTIVE SEMESTER: Fall 2012 COLLEGE: Arts & Sciences PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS Academic Program Substantive Course

More information

EKU MPH EHS Program for Graduate Certificate in Occupational/Environmental Health

EKU MPH EHS Program for Graduate Certificate in Occupational/Environmental Health CAA 1 EKU MPH EHS Program for Graduate Certificate in Occupational/Environmental Health Students in the Graduate Certificate in Occupational/Environmental Health will interact in classes that include other

More information

KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL OR REVISION, Cover Sheet (10/02/2002)

KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL OR REVISION, Cover Sheet (10/02/2002) KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY GRADUATE COURSE PROPOSAL OR REVISION, Cover Sheet (10/02/2002) Course Number/Program Name ACS 7420 Algorithm Design for Big Data Department Computer Science Degree Title (if applicable)

More information

College of Business. Role and Mission. Idaho Falls Programs. EITC/Idaho State University Program. Undergraduate Curriculum Learning Goals.

College of Business. Role and Mission. Idaho Falls Programs. EITC/Idaho State University Program. Undergraduate Curriculum Learning Goals. 2015-16 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog 1 College of Business Faculty Dean Thomas Ottaway, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Information Assurance Corey Schou, Ph.D. Associate Dean Joanne Tokle, Ph.D.

More information

Date: April 21, 2015. All HIM Program Students. Leslie Gordon, UAS HIM Program Director. UAS HIM Program Update Curriculum Changes

Date: April 21, 2015. All HIM Program Students. Leslie Gordon, UAS HIM Program Director. UAS HIM Program Update Curriculum Changes Leslie L. Gordon, MS, RHIA, FAHIMA 12 Seward Avenue Sitka, Alaska 9985 907-747-9474 Date: April 21, 2015 To: From: Subject: All HIM Program Students Leslie Gordon, UAS HIM Program Director UAS HIM Program

More information

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course

Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Page 1 of 7 Georgia Perimeter College Faculty Senate New Course Title of Proposal: PHED 2200 Introduction to Sport Management Number: Date Submitted: Date approved: Initiator and Place of Origin: Bonnie

More information

GRADUATE COUNCIL NEW COURSE/PROGRAM PROPOSAL

GRADUATE COUNCIL NEW COURSE/PROGRAM PROPOSAL ORIGINATING UNIT: TYPE OF ACTION: New course X New program GRADUATE COUNCIL NEW COURSE/PROGRAM PROPOSAL Semester and year course/program will take effect: Fall 2012 NEW COURSE or PROGRAM TITLE: EdD in

More information

Master s Program Proposal

Master s Program Proposal Master s Program Proposal Name of the proposing institution: College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management Integrated Information Technology Program University of South Carolina (Columbia) Carolina

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY EAST BAY COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC PLANNING AND REVIEW. Committee on Academic Program Review

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY EAST BAY COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC PLANNING AND REVIEW. Committee on Academic Program Review CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY EAST BAY COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC PLANNING AND REVIEW Designation Code: 06-07 CAPR 12 Date Submitted: May 10, 2007 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: ACTION REQUESTED: Academic Senate

More information

South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Master Syllabus Fall 2006

South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Master Syllabus Fall 2006 As of 8/28/06 Chair's Information: South Texas College Division of Nursing/Allied Health Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Master Syllabus Fall 2006 1. Name of Chair: Esperanza J. Brattin, OTR 2.

More information

X Lecture Lab Lecture/lab combined Independent study/research

X Lecture Lab Lecture/lab combined Independent study/research Banner/Catalog Information (Coversheet) Agenda Item #16-25 Eastern Illinois University Effective Fall 2016 Revised Course Proposal PSY 2999, Orientation to the Psychology Major 1. New Course or X Revision

More information

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report

The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report The Instructional Program Review Narrative Report 1. College: MERRITT COLLEGE Discipline, Department or Program: ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Date: 10/9/12 Members of the Instructional Program Review Team:

More information

(collapse all) Current Version Print Email Requester(s)

(collapse all) Current Version Print Email Requester(s) Automated Course Approval System Return to Course List Accounting Systems - ACCT214 Proposal Type: Revision Current Version: View Proposal No MCO Available Requester(s): Rebecca Yedlin Zachary Smulski

More information

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE NEW MINOR: HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT RES 1213021 AAC/BPC

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE NEW MINOR: HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT RES 1213021 AAC/BPC CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD ACADEMIC SENATE NEW MINOR: HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT RES 1213021 AAC/BPC RESOLVED: that the Academic Senate recommends that the President approve the proposed Public

More information

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF REVISION OF THE DEGREE PROGRAM/MAJOR IN Human Development [Enter name of major as it shows in the current university catalog.] Quarter: FALL

More information

College of Education & Human Services Career & Technical Education (CTE) 37-qtr. hr. Teacher Licensure Program for Undergraduates

College of Education & Human Services Career & Technical Education (CTE) 37-qtr. hr. Teacher Licensure Program for Undergraduates College of Education & Human Services Career & Technical Education (CTE) 37-qtr. hr. Teacher Licensure Program for Undergraduates For individuals employed to teach at the secondary level. Existing Program

More information

Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) General Instructions February 2011

Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) General Instructions February 2011 Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Science for Transfer (AS-T) General Instructions February 2011 Approval of Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T) and Associate in Science for Transfer

More information

Curriculum Proposal Training Assessment Forms Center for Teaching and Learning

Curriculum Proposal Training Assessment Forms Center for Teaching and Learning Curriculum Proposal Training Assessment Forms Center for Teaching and Learning Monica Varner, Ph.D. Director of Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness and Center for Teaching and Learning Associate

More information

Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center

Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center Texas Woman's University 1 Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center Program Director: Gerald R. Goodman, Professor Location: IHSH 7114 Phone: 713-794-2061 Fax: 713-794-2350 E-mail: hcahouston@twu.edu

More information

Leadership Competencies for Healthcare Services Managers

Leadership Competencies for Healthcare Services Managers Leadership Competencies for Healthcare Services Managers Leadership Competencies for Health Services Managers 1 This document is the result of a global consortium for healthcare management that has work

More information

CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE. DEPARTMENT Health Sciences COURSE NUMBER NRS 252

CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE. DEPARTMENT Health Sciences COURSE NUMBER NRS 252 COURSE PURPOSE (check all that apply) CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE Basic Skills [ ] Certificate/Skill Award [X] Non-Credit [ ] AA/AS Degree [x] Transfer (CSU or UC) [ ] Honors

More information

Sociology Five Year Program Review/Planning Document December 2, 2008. Section I. Mission and Goals

Sociology Five Year Program Review/Planning Document December 2, 2008. Section I. Mission and Goals Sociology Five Year Program Review/Planning Document December 2, 2008 Section I. Mission and Goals The Mission of OTC The mission of Ozarks Technical Community College is to promote student learning through

More information

Lake-Sumter State College Course Syllabus. CRN: 20295 Credit: 2 Term: Spring 2016. Contact Information: Office Hours:

Lake-Sumter State College Course Syllabus. CRN: 20295 Credit: 2 Term: Spring 2016. Contact Information: Office Hours: Lake-Sumter State College Course Syllabus Course / Prefix Number HIM 1800C Course Title: Professional Practice Experience I CRN: 2029 Credit: 2 Term: Spring 2016 Course Catalog Description: Instructor:

More information

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING 300 MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING Clarke University offers a Master of Science in Nursing degree in Nurse Educator and Family Nurse Practitioner programs, a post-master s certificate program and a master

More information

Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center

Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center 1 Health Care Administration Program - Houston Center Program Director: Gerald R. Goodman, Professor Location: IHSH 7010 Phone: 713-794-2061 Fax: 713-794-2350 E-mail: hcahouston@twu.edu Graduate Degree

More information

Discover Global Markets: Electronic Records in the Global Market Panel Equipping the Future ehealth Workforce through Global Curriculum Standards

Discover Global Markets: Electronic Records in the Global Market Panel Equipping the Future ehealth Workforce through Global Curriculum Standards Discover Global Markets: Electronic Records in the Global Market Panel Equipping the Future ehealth Workforce through Global Curriculum Standards U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) - International Trade

More information

Graduate Policies and Procedures for New Programs. Table of Contents

Graduate Policies and Procedures for New Programs. Table of Contents Graduate Policies and Procedures for New Programs Table of Contents Page I. Overview...2 II. Five-Year Master Plan...2 III. New degree proposals: white papers...2 IV. Consultation among units...4 Prior

More information

Preparing public leaders for positive change.

Preparing public leaders for positive change. Preparing public leaders for positive change. Master of PUBLIC Administration PROGRAM ChangeYourWorld @ CSUDH Shape the future. Starting with your own. You re looking to make a difference in your organization,

More information

Overview of the HLA Competency Directory

Overview of the HLA Competency Directory Overview of the HLA Competency Directory The HLA Directory The Healthcare Leadership Alliance (HLA) has created the HLA Competency Directory, an interactive tool to ensure that current and future healthcare

More information

PROPOSAL TO IMPLEMENT A NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAM (Major, Minor, Master s, Dual Degree, or Certificate)

PROPOSAL TO IMPLEMENT A NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAM (Major, Minor, Master s, Dual Degree, or Certificate) PROPOSAL TO IMPLEMENT A NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAM (Major, Minor, Master s, Dual Degree, or Certificate) New academic programs must be approved by the AAC/Grad Council, Faculty Plenary, VPAA, Board of Trustees,

More information

The Biology program self-study follows well the outline and content required by the Academic

The Biology program self-study follows well the outline and content required by the Academic CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY DESIGNATION CODE: 2011-12 CAPR 17 DATE SUBMITTED: April 19, 2012 TO: FROM: SUBJECT: PURPOSE: The Academic Senate The Committee on Academic Planning and Review (CAPR)

More information

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL ******************************************************************************

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL ****************************************************************************** ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM: 4.D.1 DATE: August 11, 2008 ****************************************************************************** SUBJECT: Intent to Plan ~ DSU MS in Health Informatics DSU

More information

MEA 110 ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL ASSISTING

MEA 110 ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL ASSISTING MEA 110 ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL ASSISTING PRESENTED: FEBRUARY 3, 2012 EFFECTIVE: FALL 2012-13 Prefix & Number MEA 110 Course Title: Administrative Medical Assisting Purpose of this submission: New Change/Updated

More information

Master of Accounting University of Washington Tacoma

Master of Accounting University of Washington Tacoma September 2011 Master of Accounting University of Washington Tacoma Introduction The University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) proposes to offer a Master of Accounting degree beginning Fall 2012. This self-supporting,

More information

X New Course Revised Updated APPROVED CREDIT CLASSIFICATION: DATE APPROVED: NOVEMBER 12, 1998 Non-Degree Applicable Not Approved

X New Course Revised Updated APPROVED CREDIT CLASSIFICATION: DATE APPROVED: NOVEMBER 12, 1998 Non-Degree Applicable Not Approved REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A COURSE COURSE NAME: NBE 052 - MEDICAL BILLING TO BE COMPLETED BY DEAN OF THE COLLEGE: Static Identifier C05298 AND FRONT OFFICE CLERK TOP Code # 125000 SAM Code: D PROGRAM: NON-CREDIT

More information

Last Review: Outcome: Next Review:

Last Review: Outcome: Next Review: SITE VISIT REPORT , Program Type: Purpose of Visit: Date of Visit: Master's I. GENERAL INFORMATION Nursing Education Unit

More information

Columbus State University Credit Hour Policy and Procedures

Columbus State University Credit Hour Policy and Procedures Columbus State University Credit Hour Policy and Procedures Definition of Credit Hours The institution has policies and procedures for determining the credit hours awarded for courses and programs that

More information

HIM 2012. Baccalaureate Degree. Standards and Interpretations for Accreditation of Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Health Information Management

HIM 2012. Baccalaureate Degree. Standards and Interpretations for Accreditation of Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Health Information Management HIM 2012 Baccalaureate Degree Standards and Interpretations for Accreditation of Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Health Information Management Who We Are The Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics

More information

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION REQUEST FOR COMMITTEE AND BOARD ACTION

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION REQUEST FOR COMMITTEE AND BOARD ACTION BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION REQUEST FOR COMMITTEE AND BOARD ACTION COMMITTEE: Academic Affairs NO: AAC 14-02 COMMITTEE DATE: October 22, 2013 BOARD DATE: October 29, 2013 APPLICATION OF SPRINGFIELD TECHNICAL

More information

Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal FCS 3740, Professional Hospitality Meeting Management

Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal FCS 3740, Professional Hospitality Meeting Management Eastern Illinois University New Course Proposal FCS 3740, Professional Hospitality Meeting Management Please check one: New course Revised course PART I: CATALOG DESCRIPTION 1. Course prefix and number,

More information

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA) AND HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (MSA-HCM)

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MPA) AND HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (MSA-HCM) MPA Program Advisor: T. Martinez MSA-HCM Program Advisor: BJ Moore Program Office: Business Development Center, 112 Telephone: (661) 654-3406 email: tmartinez@csub.edu email: bjmoore@csub.edu Website:

More information

Review of Graduate Certificates

Review of Graduate Certificates 1 Review of Graduate Certificates I. Certificate Description and Objectives The Department offers five graduate certificates: ON CAMPUS OR ONLINE Graduate Certificate in Environmental Risk Assessment Graduate

More information

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM PROPOSAL. Public and Social Service Transportation Department of Urban Affairs & Geography. Contents:

CERTIFICATE PROGRAM PROPOSAL. Public and Social Service Transportation Department of Urban Affairs & Geography. Contents: CERTIFICATE PROGRAM PROPOSAL Public and Social Service Transportation Department of Urban Affairs & Geography Contents: 1. I-X Certificate Program Proposal Criteria 2. Attachment 1: Letter from Ohio Department

More information

HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS. Request for a New Graduate Minor. To be offered at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS. Request for a New Graduate Minor. To be offered at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS Request for a New Graduate Minor To be offered at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Approved by the HI program faculty on October 17, 2012

More information

NEOSHO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Course Syllabus

NEOSHO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Course Syllabus NEOSHO COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Course Syllabus COURSE IDENTIFICATION Course Prefix/Number: ALHT 221 Course Title: Division: Outreach and Workforce Development Program: Health Information Technology Credit

More information