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Reporter’s Notebook: Faculty Senate

Ursula Saadeh
Reporter’s Notebook: Faculty Senate

On November 15, the Faculty Senate met and approved 22 courses for the experiential learning designation. Further, they discussed the changes on the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology program by decreasing the required credit
hours by a net of five.

The English major will have a new model featuring four concentrations. The department is also in the process of hiring a new faculty member with the help of funding from the Cleveland Foundation.

The Spanish program is also facing changes, mainly combining courses to provide one culture course focusing on one topic instead of trying to fit multiple countries’ cultures into one class. Also, there is a change in the sequence and an addition to credits in the Spanish practicum, from half a credit to three.

There was also a proposal to change the BFA in visual communications which would replace the bachelor of arts and studio arts into a bachelors of fine arts degree, creating a modification in the core requirements.

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The Faculty Senate also moved to create statistics as a minor, to eliminate MTH 106 with substitution of DSA 101, the creation of digital marketing as a major, a course revision for SOC 281 and a revision of the chemistry program.

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