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Editorially Revised 3-22-06
niversity Curriculum Committee
Course Proposal Form
for Courses Numbered 0001 – 4999
(Faculty Senate Resolution #04–18, April 2004)
ote: Before completing this form, please read the accompanying instructions carefully.
1. Course Prefix and Number: 2. Date:
3. Requested Action (check only one box):
4. Justification for new course or course revision or renumbering:
5. Course description exactly as it should appear in the next catalog:
6. If this is a course revision, briefly describe the requested change:
7. Undergraduate Catalog Page Number from current undergraduate catalog:
8. The Writing Across the Curriculum Committee must approve Writing Intensive
(WI) credit for all courses prior to their consideration by the UCC. If WI credit is
requested, has this course been approved for Writing Intensive (WI) credit?
If Yes, will all sections be Writing Intensive (yes/no)?
9. Any course requesting Foundations Curriculum credit must be
reviewed by Academic Standards Committee prior to their consideration by
the UCC. If FC credit has been approved by the ASC, then check the
appropriate box (check at most one), otherwise leave all boxes blank.
10. Course Credit:
12. Affected Degrees or Academic Programs:
13. Overlap or Duplication with Affected Units or Programs:
14. Approval by the Council for Teacher Education (required for courses affecting
teacher education programs):
15. Statements of Support:
16. Syllabus – please insert course syllabus below. You must include (a) the
name of the textbook chosen for the course, (b) the course objectives, (c) the
course content outline, and (d) the course assignments and grading plan.
GEOG 4570: HYDROMETEOROLOGY
Required: Brutsaert, W., Hydrology: An Introduction, Cambridge Press, 2005. ISBN: 0-521-82479-6
Recommended/Reference: Wallace, JM, and Hobbs, PV, Atmospheric Science, An Introductory Survey, 2nd ed., Academic Press, 2006. ISBN: 0-12-732951-X.
By the end of the course, students will be able to
Topics to Be Covered:
The course evaluation will be based on assessing the student’s capability to interpret and apply the concepts taught.
Homework Assignments (4) will be assigned to evaluate students understanding of theory and concepts, and their ability to apply techniques to specific estimation or statistical problems. Homework assignments are worth 10% each.
Mid-term Exams (2) consisting of short answer questions addressing theory and concepts, and worked problems similar to homeworks. Exams are worth 15% each.
Journal Article Summaries and Class Participation: Students will read several current journal articles on current research in hydrometeorology to supplement the text and lecture material. Students will review each article in writing and the class will critically discuss the research in a class session. Written summaries are worth 30% total.
|U niversity Curriculum Committee||This document contains updated version of “Computer Science” curriculum which has been revised by Computer Science Curriculum Revision committee in its meeting|
|FR: University Curriculum Committee||Report to the undergraduate curriculum committee|
|National Curriculum Revision Committee (ncrc) Information Technology (IT)||Course title change from Teaching Essentials I is pending curriculum committee approval|
|Proposer e-mails entire course proposal packet to the appropriate curriculum committee chair as a word document||Prescribed curriculum part A. Common curriculum with personal support specialist|
|NB: If it is unclear whether or not a change to an existing module should be proposed on this form, the Chair or Secretary of the Undergraduate Studies Committee/Sub-Faculty or Graduate Studies Committee should be consulted. In order to reduce printing costs please||NB: If it is unclear whether or not a change to an existing module should be proposed on this form, the Chair or Secretary of the Undergraduate Studies Committee/Sub-Faculty or Graduate Studies Committee should be consulted. In order to reduce printing costs please|