OHLONECOLLEGE

CURRICULUM COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES

December 5, 2005

Bldg. 25, Conference Room

 

Call meeting to order:3:05 p.m.

 

Present:        Claire Ellis, Chris Warden, Deb Parziale, Carrie Dameron, Janice Jones, Rachel Sherman, Kathy Sparling, Chieko Honma, Jon Degallier, Heidi Barkow, Michael Bowman, Walter Birkedahl, Brenda Ahntholz, Richard Grotegut, Pilar Lewis, Janel Tomblin, Connie Olsen, Darren Bardell, Allison Bly, Kenn Waters, SPCH-102 Students

 

Minute Approval: (A)

Ø            Approval of Minutes: November 7, 2005

Motion to approve the November 7, 2005 minutes made by Deb Parziale/second/Janice Jones. Motion Carried.

 

Program Review Updates: (I)

Ø            History – Darren Bardell

Discussed the process he went through for Program Review. This term in his class he used an entrance and will give an exit survey to see how the students met the student learning outcomes. He said the important thing is for students’ is to improve communication skills especially in written communication. This will start in all PS and HIST courses starting in Spring 2006.

 

Chair’s Report:

 

 Course Revision Minor: (I)

·         BSM-106           Communications for Supervisors

Minor revision to course outline and approval for Distance Learning

 

·         CAOT-104         Basic Keyboarding

                        Change of repeatability to 3 times; minor revision to methods of instruction

 

·         ENGL-106         Censorship/Literature

Changed advisory to ENGL-101A; minor revision to counselor information; student learning outcomes; and added textbooks

 

·         ENGL-119         The Gothic Novel

Advisory to Eligible for ENGL-101A; minor revision to student learning outcomes; and added textbooks

 

·         ENGL-172         Vocabulary Improvement

Minor revision to counselor information; course outline; added supplies

 

·         HIST-105          History of California

Requisite: Advisory of ENGL-101A; minor revision to outline

 

·         HIST-117B        History of the United States

Advisory: ENGL-101A; minor revision to outline; updated textbook

 

·         HIST-118          Contemporary U.S. History 1945 – Present

Title change to “Contemporary U.S. History 1945” Minor revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation; updated textbook

 

·         HIST-142          History of Rock and Roll Music and Culture of the 1960’s and 1970’s

Title revision to “History of Rock and Roll Music”;

 

·         PE-244              Sports Management

Minor revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of instruction and approved for Distance Learning.

 

·         PE-251              Fitness for Life

Revision to student learning outcomes; course assignments; and textbook

 

·         PSY-102           Introduction to Experimental Psychology

Advisory change to ENGL-101A; minor revision to counselor information; student learning outcomes; outline; course assignments; and updated textbook

 

·         PSY-112           Social Psychology

Advisory of PSY-101 and ENGL-101A; minor revision to catalog description; counselor description; student learning objectives; updated textbook

 

·         PTA-102           Pathology

Revision to student learning outcomes; course outline reformatting; course assignments; textbook update; added supplemental textbooks

 

·         SPCH-102         Critical Thinking/Group Decision Making

Revision to student learning outcomes; course outlines;

 

·         SPCH-104         Critical Thinking/Persuasion

Advisory Completion of ENGL-151B and 163 with “C” or better; catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation; and updated textbook

 

·         SPCH-122         Family Communication

Removal of advisory; minor revision to catalog description; schedule description; student learning outcomes revision; outline reformatted; updated textbook, approval for distance learning

 

·         WS-120/IS-120  Women of the Western World

Advisory of ENGL-101A; course assignments; and updated textbook; addition of optional textbooks.

 

Committee’s Approvals:

           

            New Courses: (A)

·         BIOL-142          Environmental Biology – Jeffrey Watanabe

This course is in line with developing an Environmental Studies Program. Motion to approve BIOL-142: Deb Parziale/second/Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

·         BIOT-114A        Introduction to Plant Biology – Ralph Sinibaldi

·         BIOT-114B        Applications in Plan and Food Biotechnology – Ralph Sinibaldi

BIOT-114A and 114B were created in response to industry need. 114A is more of a skills course and 114B is more of an application course. Motion to approve BIOT-114A and 114B: Carrie Dameron/second/Jon Degallier. Motion carried.

 

·         ESL-121            English Idioms – Connie Olsen

·         ESL-122            News and Current Events for ESL Students – Connie Olsen

·         ESL-181LS       Listening & Speaking Skills, Level I – Connie Olsen

·         ESL-181RW      Reading & Writing Skills, Level I – Connie Olsen

·         ESL-182LS       Listening & Speaking Skills, Level II – Connie Olsen

·         ESL-182RW      Reading & Writing Skills, Level II – Connie Olsen

ESL-181LS, ESL-181RW, ESL-182LS, and ESL-182RW were originally ESL-181 and 182, but due to content the courses needed to be split so focus could be on Language Skills and Reading and Writing. ESL-121 and 122 were requested by the students with a repeatability of 2 times. Skill base programs can be repeatable up to 3 times. Motion to approve ESL-121, 122, 181LS, 181RW, 182LS, 182RW: Rachel Sherman/second/Carrie Dameron. Motioned carried.

·         MM-118            Introduction to Video Game Design – Pilar Lewis

·         MM-119            Video Game Development – Pilar Lewis

The rationale for MM-118 and 119 is that there is a need and an interest in creating video games. There is student excitement for such courses. MM-119 is repeatable 2 times. Motion to approve MM-118 and 119: Janice Jones/second/Deb Parziale. Motion carried.

 

·         NUR-119           Strategies for the RN Student – Carrie Dameron

NUR-119 is open to all students to give them an idea of what an RN is. Students work online, they have a paper due and they have to interview an RN and write a paper. Motion to approve: Rachel Sherman/second/Jon Degallier. Motion carried.

 

Course Revision Major: (A)

·         BIOT-110A        Biotechnology Lab-1 – Mark Barnby

Prerequisite change from ENGL-151B & MATH 151 to Students must complete BIOT-105 & CHEM-109 with a grade of B or better before entering into BIOT-110A; revision to catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; textbook update and additional text.

                        Motion to approve: Rachel Sherman/second/Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

·         PD-100             Transition to College – Diane Berkland

Grading option changed to GC; minor revision to class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; and updated textbook.

 

·         PD-101             College Survival Techniques – Susan Myers

Minor catalog description change; revised student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation; and textbook update

 

·         PD-111             Strategies for Succeeding in College – Jennifer Harper

Title change to “Strategies for College Success”; Repeatability change to 2 times; grading option to GC; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; and new textbook.

 

·         PD-113             Strategies for Succeeding in College – Jennifer Harper

Grading option changed to GC; revision to catalog description; counselor information; student learning outcomes; course assignments; updated textbooks.

 

·         PD-120             Student Government Workshop – Debbie Trigg

Minor revision to counselor information; major revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; textbooks.

 

·         PD-149             Career Testing Workshop – Mandy Kwok-Yip

Advisory of Eligible for ENGL-151B and ENGL-163; revision to catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments

 

·         PD-150             Career Planning – Mandy Kwok-Yip

Advisory of Eligible for ENLG-151B and ENGL-163; revision to catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; updated textbook

 

·         PD-160             Student Leadership in Higher Education – Debbie Trigg

Revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; textbooks.

 

·         PD-170             Welcome Day: The Freshman Connection – Allison Bly

Revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; supplies

 

Motion to approve PD-100, 101, 111, 113, 120, 149, 150, 160, 170 : Rachel Sherman/second/Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

 

·         PS-102             American Government – Darren Bardell

Requisite change to Advisory of ENGL-101A; minor revision to counselor information; course outline; course assignments; methods of instruction; and deletion of one textbook.

                        Motion to approve: Jon Degallier/second/Claire Ellis. Motion carried.

 

·         SPCH-103         Interpersonal Communication – Brenda Ahntholz & Kay Harrison

Advisory update to ENGL-101A; catalog description revision; class schedule description; minor revision to counselor information; major revision to student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; textbook update. Approved by GE Subcommittee for Area II of Ohlone College GE Plan A

 

·               SPCH-115         Career Communication – Brenda Ahntholz

CSU Transferable only; catalog description; counselor information; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; updated textbook

 

·         SPCH-130         Oral Interpretation of Literature – Brenda Ahntholz & Kay Harrison

Advisory update to ENGL-101A; major revision to catalog description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; and textbook update.

 

·         SPCH-132         Voice and Diction – Brenda Ahntholz

Unit value change from 4 to 3 units; Lab hours deleted; major revision to catalog description; counselor information; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; textbook update.

 

·               SPCH-190A       Skills for Peer Consulting with Speech Communication Students – Kay Harrison

Title Change to: “Speech Communication Lab Consultant”; Advisory from SPCH-102 to SPCH-101; repeatability = 1; revised catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; and updated textbook

 

·               SPCH-190B       Skills for Peer Consulting with Speech Communication Students – Kay Harrison

Title Change to: “Speech Communication Lab Consultant”; Advisory from SPCH-102 to SPCH-101; repeatability = 1; revised catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; and updated textbook

 

·               SPCH-190C       Skills for Peer Consulting with Speech Communication Students – Kay Harrison

Title Change to: “Speech Communication Lab Consultant”; Advisory from SPCH-102 to SPCH-101; repeatability = 1; revised catalog description; class schedule description; student learning outcomes; course outline; course assignments; methods of evaluation/assessment; and updated textbook

 

Motion to approve SPCH-103, 115, 130, 132, 190A, 190B, 190C

 

General Education: (A)

·         Approval of SPCH-103 for Area II, GE Plan A – request Curriculum Committee Approval

The Curriculum Committee unanimously approved SPCH-103 for Area II of the OhloneCollege GE Plan A

 

·         Philosophy and Outcomes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OHLONECOLLEGE

 

General Education Philosophy and Student Learning Outcomes

 

The three patterns of General Education courses (Plans A, B, and C) provide a comprehensive and well-rounded education that promotes the student’s personal, cultural, and intellectual growth. Completing these courses will promote personal awareness and growth as students adapt and grow in a changing world with a comprehension of the past, present, and future and an enhanced ability to address social, ethical, and philosophical issues. Students will grow culturally, developing an appreciation of human differences and cultural heritages which will enhance their ability to live interdependently as ethical citizens within a culturally diverse and complex world. Finally, completing general education courses will instill intellectual curiosity and analytical thinking conducive to lifelong learning. Development of skills in such varied fields as the natural sciences, the social sciences, fine arts and humanities, English composition, mathematics, critical thinking, foreign languages, cultural diversity, physical education, and information competency will enable students to transfer and apply knowledge in multiple domains and solve everyday life problems.

 

This document presents the General Education Philosophy and Student Learning Outcomes for the Plan A General Education pattern.  The major areas include:

              I.      Natural Sciences

           II.      Social and Behavioral Sciences/American Institutions

         III.      Fine Arts and Humanities

        IV.      Language and Rationality

           V.      Physical Education/Wellness

        VI.      Cultural Diversity

      VII.      Information Competency

 

Area I.  Natural Sciences

 

Courses in the natural science are those which examine the physical universe, its life forms, and its natural phenomena. To satisfy the General Education Requirement in natural sciences, a course shall be designed to help the student develop an appreciation and understanding of the scientific method, and encourage an understanding of the relationships between science and other human activities. This category would include introductory or integrative courses in astronomy, biology, chemistry, general physical science, geology, meteorology, oceanography, physical geography, physical anthropology, physics and other scientific disciplines. (Title 5)

 

Courses:  ANTH 101 & 101L; ASTR 101a & 102, 101B & 102; BIOL 101A, 101B, 103A, 103B, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 130; BIOT 100, 105; CHEM 101A, 101B, 106A, 108, 112A, 112B; CFS 109; GEOG 101 & 101L, 121, 123; GEOL 101 & 101L, 102, 103 & 103L; HLTH 150; PHS 135; PHYS 120, 121, 140, 141, 142; PTA 120

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Analyze basic concepts of biological and/or physical science to evaluate and debate the validity of scientific information presented in class, the media, and/or other source material.
2) Use the scientific method to distinguish between science and pseudo-science, analyze data, make observations, draw conclusions and distinguish between hypothesis and theory.
3) Solve scientific problems in a variety of contexts.

 


Area II.  Social and Behavioral Sciences/American Institutions

 

Courses in the social and behavioral sciences are those which focus on people as members of society. To satisfy the general education requirement in social and behavioral sciences, a course shall be designed to develop an awareness of the methods of inquiry used by the social and behavioral sciences. It shall be designed to stimulate critical thinking about the ways people act and have acted in response to their societies and should promote appreciation of how societies and social subgroups operate. This category would include introductory or integrative survey courses in cultural anthropology, cultural geography, economics, history, political science, psychology, sociology and related disciplines. (Title 5; Ohlone College General Education requirements recognize American Institutions only)

 

Courses: AJ 101, 102, 106, 117; ANTH 102*, 103, 104*, 105; BRDC 155; BA  102A, 102B; CHS 101*, 102*, 112*; CS 101, 101L; GEOG 102, 104; HIST 105, 112*, 114, 115*, 117A, 117B, 118; IS 110*, 120*; JOUR 155; PS 102, 103, 105; PSY 101, 102, 105, 106, 108, 110; SOC 101*, 102*, 105, 106*; SPCH 105*; WS 120*

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Distinguish the ways human cultures develop and how people behave within the context of their cultures.
2) Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of social, political, and economic institutions within a historical perspective.
3) Identify and apply the major theories and methods of inquiry of the social and behavioral sciences to specific cultures and social groups.

 

Area III.  Fine Arts/Humanities

 

A. Fine Arts – Courses, which focus on the arts in a context which, is historical, analytical, or theoretical.  These courses address the need for the student to develop an aesthetic understanding and ability to make value judgments in a measurable and integrative way. (OhloneCollege definition)

 

Courses:  ART 100, 101, 103A*, 103B*, 103D*, 103e*; IS 100; MUS 100, 101, 102*, 103, 120A, 120B;  TD 100, 102, 109  *Courses will also count toward meeting Area VI Cultural Diversity requirement.

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Appraise and evaluate the aesthetic elements of the fine and performing arts. 

2) Analyze the contributions of the fine and performing arts from historical, cultural, and theoretical

perspectives.

 

B. Humanities – Courses in the humanities are those which study the cultural activities and artistic expressions of human beings. To satisfy the general education requirement in the humanities, a course shall be designed to help the student develop an awareness of the ways in which people through the ages and in different cultures have responded to themselves and the world around them in artistic and cultural creation and help the student develop aesthetic understanding and an ability to make value judgments. Such courses could include introductory or integrative courses in the arts, foreign language, literature, philosophy, and religion. (Title 5)

 

Courses: ARBC 101A; ART 104A, 105A, 106A, 107A, 108, 111A, 112, 114A, 116A, 121A, 133A, 137, 139A; ASL 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B, 103A, 103B, 104A, 104B, 181A, 181B; BRDC 123A, 130, 141, 142, 148, 180; CHIN 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B, 121A, 121B; CHS 106A*; ECS 310 314; ENGL 101B, 104, 105A, 105B, 106, 111A, 111B, 112, 113, 114, 115*, 117, 118, 119, 127, 129, 135*; FREN 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B; GA 109A, 160A, 160B, 161A; GERM 101A, 101B; HIST 104A, 104B, 141, 142; ID 150A, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158; IS 120*; JPNS 101A, 101B, 120A, 120B; JOUR 101A, 103A, 103B, 132, 145, 155; MUS 103, 110A, 111A, 112A, 120A, 121, 153, 160A, 161A, 162A, 163A, 164A, 165A, 166A, 350, 352, 354A, 355, 356, 358, 359, 367, 368, 372, 373, 374;  PHIL 101, 102, 104, 106, 107, 108, 109A, 109B, 110*, 112*, 114; SPAN 101A, 101B, 102A, 102B, 121A, 121B; SPCH 130, 132; TD 107, 110, 114, 115A, 119, 120A, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 150, 152, 155, 159, 180, 181; WS 115*, 120*

*Courses will also count toward meeting Area VI Cultural Diversity requirement.

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Appraise the role of the arts, foreign language, literature, philosophy, and religion in cultural development.

2) Assess the relationships among the arts, the humanities, and the self.

 

Area IV.  Language and Rationality.

 

Courses in language that cover the principles and applications of language toward logical thought, clear and precise expression and critical evaluation of communication in whatever symbol system the student uses. A. English Composition. Courses fulfilling the written composition requirement shall be designed to include both expository and argumentative writing.  B. Communication and Analytical Thinking.  Courses fulfilling the communication and analytical thinking requirement include oral communication, mathematics, logic, statistics, computer languages and programming, and related disciplines.  C.  Mathematics.  Elementary Algebra (Math 151 or Math 151A & B or equivalent) or a passing score on the placement exam will satisfy this requirement.  (Title 5; OhloneCollege adds Area C Mathematics)

 

A. English Composition: ENGL 101A, 103, JOUR 101A

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Write a well-organized paper in Standard English which presents a main idea supported by effective documentation and details.

2) Demonstrate the ability to write effectively using correct grammar.

3) Choose the appropriate style and method of communication for a variety of contexts.

 

B. Analytical Thinking and Oral Communication: BA 123; CS 102, 104A, 113; ENGL 101C;  MATH 101A, 152A & 152B, 153, 156, 160, 163, 166, 167, 181, 188, 196; PHIL 104, 107; SPCH 101, 102, 104 (at least 3 units) **Completion of the RN program satisfies this requirement.

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

 

1) Think logically and critically to solve problems; explain conclusions; and evaluate evidence, or critique the thinking of self and others.

 

2) Demonstrate the ability to make an effective decision in a variety of settings.

 

C. Math Proficiency: Math  155 OR proficiency on the Ohlone Assessment Test or equivalent.

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to demonstrate the ability to think analytically by applying the concepts and techniques of arithmetic and beginning algebra to the solution of real world math applications.    

 

Area V.  Physical Education/Wellness

 

Physical Education courses are activity based. Wellness courses are not necessarily activity based and have a focus on such topics as nutrition, stress-management, weight-management, fitness and acupressure. (OhloneCollege definition)

 

A. Physical Education: Complete any two of the following courses

           

Courses:  PE 220-232. 253L, 256, 300-375, 393-397; TD 141A, 141B, 142A, 142B, 142C, 143A, 143B, 143C, 144A, 144B, 145A, 145B, 148A, 148B; OR

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Maintain a regular regimen of physical activity and/or exercise.

2) Demonstrate fundamental skills incorporating the rules and strategies of the activity.

 

B. Wellness: PE 251, 257, 258, OR AH 130, 131

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to formulate a personal wellness plan incorporating the basic principles of a healthful lifestyle.

 

C. Complete the PTA Program with PTA 119

 

D. Present DD214 Form (Military service) to the Office of Admission and Records. (See a counselor for more details)

 

Area VI Cultural Diversity, AA, AS Degree (3 units)

 

*Completion of the RN Program satisfies this requirement.

Note: Successfully completed Cultural Diversity courses may be used to meet Area VI and one other applicable General Education Area.

 

Definition: Courses which satisfy the OhloneCollege cultural diversity requirement shall be those courses which focus study on historically underrepresented group(s) in the United States of America in relation to the majority Eurocentric culture. Additionally, courses may focus on other group perspectives(s) such as culture, religion, disabled, age, gender, sexual orientation and/or socioeconomic background. The experience or experiences of the historically underrepresented culture(s) or group perspectives in U.S. society should be a primary focus of a course which qualifies. A course's approved description, objectives, outline, syllabi, and other instructional materials such as textbooks shall reflect this intent. Course authors seeking inclusion of a course on the approved cultural diversity list should submit materials to the Cultural Diversity Subcommittee for review. (OhloneCollege definition; Title 5 requires ethnic studies to be offered in at least one of the required areas)

 

Courses: ANTH 102, 104;  ART 103A, 103B, 103D, 103E; ASL 140, 142, 145; CHS 101, 102, 106A, 112; DEAF 311; ECS 309; ENGL 115, 135; HIST 112, 115; IS 110, 120;  MUS 102; PHIL 110, 112, SOC 101, 102, 106; SPCH 105; WS 115, 120

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Explain the main cultural focus of the course.

2) Examine the relevant issues regarding one or more cultural groups.

3) Develop sensitivity and skills in living and working in a diverse community.

4) Analyze the various values, customs and lifestyles of the cultural group(s) under study in relation to the majority Eurocentric culture.

5) Examine how the group(s) help(s) structure contemporary American experiences.

 

Area VII Information Competency, AA, AS Degree (1 course)

 

Definition: Information Competency is the ability to find, evaluate, use and communicate information in all its various formats.  It combines aspects of library literacy, research methods, and technological literacy. Information Competency includes consideration of the ethical and legal implications of information and requires the application of both critical thinking and communication skills.  As stated in the 1998 Academic Senate position paper, students must be able to demonstrate certain key skills:     

State a research question, problem, or issue; Determine information requirements in various disciplines for the research questions, problems, or issues; Use information technology tools to locate and retrieve relevant information; Organize information; Analyze and evaluate information; Understand the ethical and legal issues surrounding information and information technology; Apply the skills gained in information competency to enable lifelong learning.  (From Academic Senate for the California Community colleges.  Information Competency.  10 May2001.  <http://www.ccco.edu/fastq.idq>.

 

Courses: CAOT 153, LS 101, 151

 

Upon receipt of an associate degree from OhloneCollege, a student will be able to:

1) Determine the nature and extent of the information needed.

2) Access needed information effectively and efficiently.

3) Evaluate information and its sources critically and incorporate selected information into his or her knowledge base and values.

4) Use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.

5) Recognize many of the economic, legal, and ethical issues surrounding the use of information and access and use information ethically and legally.

 

Distance Learning: (I)

·         BA-126

·         BA-141A

·         BSM-106

·         PD-111

·         PD-113

·         PD-150

·         PE-244

·         PTA-102

·         SPCH-122

 

New Programs: (A)

·         Video Game Development – Pilar Lewis

Motion to approve Certificate of Achievement for Video Game Development: Deb Parziale/Janice Jones. Motion carried.

 

·         Ballet Dance Teacher/Choreographer Certificate Achievement – Janel Tomblin

·         Tap Dancer Teacher/Choreographer Certificate Achievement – Janel Tomblin

·         Modern Dance Teacher/Choreographer Certificate Achievement – Janel Tomblin

·         Jazz Dance Teacher/Choreographer Certificate Achievement – Janel Tomblin

 

Motion to approve the Certificate of Achievements for Ballet Dance Teacher/Choreographer, Tap Dance Teacher/Choreographer, Jazz Dance Teacher/Choreographer: Carrie Dameron/second Janice Jones. Motion carried.

 

Program Revisions: (A)

·         Web Page Design – Pilar Lewis

Motion to approve minor change of removing MM-156 HTML from Web Page Design Certificate and replacing it with MM-162 XHTML: Motion carried.

 

Issues: (A/I)

·         Recommendation on D grades for GE Plan A – Brenda Ahntholz

Discussion on “D” grades. The Golden three – Area IV Analytical Thinking and Oral Communication. The courses include English, Analytical Thinking and Oral Communication and Math Proficiency. The request is for a “C” or better. Requesting rewording/definition of what a “D” grade is. Some schools refer to the department to make the decision on what grade is acceptable for graduation. They are seeking it to be more pronounced in the catalog. GE would like the Curriculum Committee to recommend to Faculty Senate that the “C” or better for GE Plan A Area IV. A policy should be made towards the GPA. Janice Jones made the motion to approve “C” or better for Area IV of the OhloneCollege GE Plan A/second/Rachel Sherman. There were 6 votes for and 2 abstentions. Motion carried.

 

§         Student Perspective Presentation

Students from Brenda Ahntholz’s SPCH-102 classes presented their perspective and survey of 100 students on the thought of what a “D” grade is and should it be acceptable.

 

·         Title III Update – Deb Parziale (Tabled to the February 6, 2006)


Course Conversion

·               Proposed CNET Department Course

(See attached list)

CS = Computer Studies

 

 

 

 

 

CNET = Computers, Networking, and Emerging Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Present

 

 

 

Present

 

 

 

CS Courses

CNET

 

 

CS Courses

CNET

 

Technology:

 

 

Microsoft:

 

 

 

101

101

Intro to Computers and IT

 

180A

160A

Microsoft client

 

new

114

How Technology Works

 

new

161A

Desktop Support I - (Supporting Users)

 

new

110

Applied Technology I

 

new

161B

Desktop Support II - (Supporting Aplications)

 

new

111

Applied Technology II

 

180B

162A

Microsoft Server 2003

 

new

115

Intro to Robotics

 

182A

162B

Windows Network Infrastructure

 

new

118

Home Technology Integrator (HTI+)

 

183A

162C

Designing a Windows Network Infrastructure

 

181

105

PC Hardware and Software

 

182B

164A

Active Directory 2003

 

 

 

 

 

183B

164B

Designing Active Directory

 

 

 

 

 

183C

165A

Windows 2003 Server Security

 

 

 

 

 

184

165B

Windows Internet Security Accelerator

Oracle:

 

 

 

 

new

165C

Administering Windows  Network Security

 

138A

135

Database Fundamentals I

 

184A

167A

Admin Exchange Server 2003

 

138B

136

Database Fundamentals II

 

184B

168A

Administering SQL 2000

 

137

137

Introduction to SQL

 

new

168B

Designing and Implementing SQL 2000

 

137B

138

PL/SQL Programming

 

 

 

 

 

137C

139A

Database Forms Developer

Security:

 

 

 

 

137D

139B

Database Reports Developer

 

187A

170

Network Security (Security+)

 

 

 

 

 

187B

171

Information Security

UNIX/Linux:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

185A

140A

Linux Install and Config

Cisco:

 

 

 

 

185B

140B

Linux System Administration

 

new

181A

Cisco Security/Routers

 

185C

142A

Linux Networking

 

new

181B

Cisco/PIX FireWalls

 

185D

142B

Linux Security

 

188A

182

Advanced Routing

 

146

146

Intro Unix/Linux

 

188B

183

Remote Access Networks

 

147

147

Shell Scripting

 

188C

184

Advanced Switching

 

149

149

Perl Programming

 

188D

185

Network Troubleshooting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Networking:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

180

150

Network Operating Systems

 

138C

DROP

 

152

152

Data Communication

 

185E

To be Revised

 

186A

155A

LAN Design

 

185F

To be Revised

 

186B

155B

Router Config

 

 

 

 

 

186C

156A

Routing and Switching

 

 

 

 

 

186D

156B

WAN Design

 

 

 

 

 

157

157

TCP/IP

 

 

 

 

 

186E

158

Wireless Networks

 

 

 

 

 

Motion to approve: Deb Parziale/second/Carrie Dameron. Motion carried.

 

Adjournment: 5:08 p.m.