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1 Union County College Faculty Curriculum Committee Course Revision Form To all faculty members seeking to introduce a course revision proposal to the Curriculum Committee, please make sure to complete the attached form accurately before submitting your proposal. For all revised courses, please submit an electronic copy of your proposal to the Curriculum Committee Chair, with a copy to the New Course/New Program Subcommittee Chair. All revised course proposals must follow these guidelines completely. If these guidelines are not followed completely, your revised course proposal may be delayed in the acceptance process. Please refer to the Curriculum Committee website for all deadlines and meeting dates. Please Note: a) These guidelines for submitting revised courses were taken from the Union County College Curriculum Committee By-laws found on the committee s web page, and have been changed into checklist form for easy use. b) This form must be submitted to the New Course/New Program Subcommittee chairperson with your revised course proposal. c) All courses that will be offered in a Distance Learning format (Online or Blended) must be reviewed by the Academic Technology Committee and approved by the Curriculum Committee. This applies to existing courses that will be offered in the Distance Learning format for the first time. The proposal for all Distance Learning Courses should be reviewed by the Academic Technology Committee (ATC) prior to being submitted to the Curriculum Committee (but reviews may be concurrent if necessary). The ATC will only review the proposal as it relates to the technology required to deliver the course. For ATC proposal procedures, please contact the Chair of the ATC. Course Revision Form, Page 1

2 Union County College Faculty Curriculum Committee Course Revision Form PART I ORIGINATOR(S): Dr. Jeff Shalan : October 20, 2012 DEPARTMENT CHAIR: Dr. Jeff Shalan, Coordinator COURSE CODE: HRS 204 TITLE: Honors Independent Study PROPOSED EFFECTIVE CATALOG : Fall 2013 PROPOSED TERM EFFECTIVE: Fall 2012 PROGRAM: Honors Studies PART II A. TYPE OF CHANGE PROPOSED. Check the appropriate item(s) in this section and complete only those sections below that are applicable to your proposal. Title Corequisite General Ed Designation Code Lecture Hours Instructional Delivery Method x Description X Prerequisite Lab Hours x Credit Hours B. TITLE CHANGE Current Title: Recommended Title: Rationale to Support Change: Course Revision Form, Page 2

3 C. CODE CHANGE Current Code: Recommended New Code: Rationale to Support Change: D. CREDIT/LECTURE/LAB HOURS CHANGE Current Credit/Lecture/Lab Hours: 3 Recommended New Credit/Lecture/Lab Hours: 1-3 Rationale to Support Change: To provide the flexibility necessary to accommodate those students who would like to complete an honors independent study but who do not need or want to register for a 3-credit course. E. PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE CHANGE Current Prerequisite(s): 3.2 GPA and 15 credits completed. Recommended Prerequisite(s): 3.4 GPA and 12 credits completed. Rationale to Support Change: Consistent with goals of new honors program: more rigorous entry requirements (raising the GPA) and increasing the number of graduates by maximizing the potential of eligible students to register for honors courses. Current Corequisite(s): Recommended Corequisite(s): Rationale to Support Change: F. DESCRIPTION CHANGE Current Description: This course is intended for students who have already completed HRS 203 and are interested in pursuing another independent study project and working closely on it with an individual faculty member. Such projects can be linked directly to an academic discipline and end in the traditional research paper. However, projects could also include volunteer work, service to the college community, undertaking an artistic endeavor, or travel abroad. If no other means of receiving credit is available, this course can also Course Revision Form, Page 3

4 be used to receive credit for work completed in a study abroad program or study in another community. Any faculty member or eligible student can initiate the independent study, but a project proposal must be approved by the Coordinator of Honors Studies before the student can register for the course. Prerequisites: ENG 089 and ENG 099, and, together with the approval of the Coordinator of Honors Studies, one of the following: a minimum GPA of 3.2; high incoming test scores or transferring grades; a demonstrated desire for higher thinking with a special talent, background, or experience. 3 credit hours. Recommended New Description: This course is intended for students who have completed HRS 203 and are interested in pursuing another independent study project and working closely on it with an individual faculty member. Such projects can be linked directly to an academic discipline and end in the traditional research paper. However, projects could also include volunteer work, service to the college community, undertaking an artistic endeavor, or travel abroad. If no other means of receiving credit is available, this course can also be used to receive credit for work completed in a study abroad program or study in another community. Any faculty member or eligible student can initiate the independent study, but a project proposal must be approved and a faculty advisor assigned by the Honors Program Coordinator before the student can register for the course. Prerequisites: A minimum GPA of 3.4 and 12 credits completed, and the permission of the Honors Program Coordinator. 1-3 credit hours. Rationale to Support Change: 1) To make catalog description consistent with the actual requirements. 2) GPA and credit prerequisites will change for the academic year. G. COURSE DESIGNATION General Education Please check the requested General Education knowledge area below: Communications Mathematics Cultural and Global Awareness Sciences Ethical Dimension Social Sciences History Technological and Information Competency Humanities Basic Skills Distance Learning Career Course (Identify program): Other (Please Specify): H. INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY METHOD CURRENT METHOD Traditional Online Blended (partial online) PROPOSED METHOD Traditional Online Blended (partial online) Course Revision Form, Page 4

5 I. REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS Department Approval: Attach from department chair indicating department review and approval of the new course proposal. Revised course syllabus. For distance learning courses only (this section will be reviewed by the ATC): an appendix addressing the technical issues related to administering the course via a distance learning modality. Consult with the Academic Technology Committee for specifics. Course Revision Form, Page 5

6 APPROVALS: Review/Approval for (Title of Course) NEW COURSE/PROGRAM SUB-COMM.CHAIR CURRICULUM COMMITTEE CHAIR VP FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS RECEIVED: REGISTRAR VP FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES After all reviews/approvals have been completed, please return a copy of the completed signed form to Curriculum Committee Chair. Course Revision Form, Page 6

7 COURSE NUMBER & NAME: HRS 204: Honors Independent Study LECTURE/LAB HOURS: Independent Study CREDITS: 1-3 credits PREREQUISITES: A minimum GPA of 3.4 and 12 credits completed, and the permission of the Honors Program Coordinator. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is intended for students who have competed HRS 203 and are interested in pursuing another independent study project and working closely on it with an individual faculty member. Such projects can be linked directly to an academic discipline and end in the traditional research paper. However, projects could also include volunteer work, service to the college community, undertaking an artistic endeavor, or travel abroad. If no other means of receiving credit is available, this course can also be used to receive credit for work completed in a study abroad program or study in another community. Any faculty member or eligible student can initiate the independent study, but a project proposal must be approved and a faculty advisor assigned by the Honors Program Coordinator before the student can register for the course. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES: To identify a question, issue, problem, or artistic endeavor suitable for independent to and to set challenging but To identify and locate the available print, electronic, human, community, and other resources necessary to attain the goals STUDENT RESOURCES: Because the content of this course will be determined by the individual student in consultation with the instructor, there is no set body of required or recommended texts. The instructor will assist the student in identifying the appropriate resources for the specific project. EVALUATION METHODS: Evaluation will be based on the nature of the research or work undertaken. A clear method of evaluation will be determined by the individual student and instructor in close consultation with one another, agreed upon in advance in writing, and approved by the Coordinator of Honors Studies. Possible methods of evaluation include: a research paper, a website, some form of creative expression. Regardless of other methods of evaluation, it is expected that the student will keep a log of weekly activities that will be submitted to the instructor at regular intervals during the course of the semester, as required by the instructor. CLASS SCHEDULE: The individual student and instructor will, through close consultation, establish clear requirements for the course and a program of study consistent with the workload

8 for other upper-level college courses. These will be agreed upon in advance in writing and approved by the Coordinator of Honors Studies. Included under requirements will be the student s estimated weekly hours commitment, which, in keeping with the typical time commitment for a three-credit course, should total a minimum of 130 hours for the semester. The individual student and instructor will also agree to meet at regular intervals to discuss progress, address unforeseen problems, raise questions, etc. SUGGESTED TEACHING METHODOLOGIES: Individual tutorial, conferencing CORRELATION OF PROGRAM and GENERAL EDUCATION OUTCOMES, STUDENT OUTCOMES, and ASSESSMENT METHODS: Honor s Studies Outcomes Student Learning Outcomes To offer to students the choice of a variety of experiences that will provide them with a richer and broader way of thinking and learning To offer the opportunity for an intellectually close and ongoing faculty/student collaboration and connection Identify a question, issue, problem, or artistic endeavor suitable for independent Assessment of Outcomes To create an environment that is centered in critical thinking. To provide opportunities for conducting independent research. Identify a question, issue, problem, or artistic endeavor suitable for independent Identify a question, issue, problem, or artistic endeavor suitable for independent 1

9 To provide opportunities for students to strengthen their written communication skills To provide opportunities for students to improve their oral communication skills. To support students in their efforts to continue their own intellectual, experiential and cultural growth through alternative educational pursuits Identify and locate the available print, electronic, human, community, and other resources necessary to attain the goals Identify a question, issue, problem, or artistic endeavor suitable for independent Identify and locate the available print, electronic, human, community, and other resources necessary to attain the goals REVISED October 20, 2012 by Dr. Jeff Shalan 2

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