MCC Daily Tribune

Curriculum Postings for Faculty Review until September 12, 2017

The following curriculum proposals were approved by the Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee to be posted for faculty review until September 12, 2017.

Program Deactivations:

AS CMA1 Accelerated Communication Program 2016-PD5-Spring

Program Revisions:

AS Physical Education And Exercise Science 2016-PR41-Spring

AS Physics 2016-PR48-Spring

AS Chemistry 2016-PR40-Spring

Course Deactivations:

CE 270 Cooperative Education-Office Technology 2016-CD124-Spring

Course Revisions:

FRE 114 Intermediate French Conversation II 2016-CR117-Spring

SPA 114 Intermediate Spanish Conversation II 2016-CR118-Spring

SOC 202 Urban Sociology 2016-CR113-Spring

SOC 210 Global Interdependence 2016-CR114-Spring

Courses De-Listed from SUNY General Education:

MUS 129 MIDI Recording Techniques (SUNY-A) John Nyerges-10/24/2016-GE-1

POS 210 Introduction to Political Thought - WR (SUNY-SS) Joseph Scanlon-11/17/2016-GE-4

FOR SUNY GEN ED:

HUMANITIES (SUNY-H):

MUS 120 Jazz in American Society John Nyerges-10/14/2016-GE-1

NATURAL SCIENCE (SUNY-NS):

AGS 110 Introduction to Greenhouse Management Laura Penman-11/21/2016-GE-1

WESTERN CIVILIZATION (SUNY-WC):

HED 115 Death and Dying Melany Silas-10/12/2016-GE-1

POS 210 Introduction to Political Thought - WR Joseph Scanlon-11/17/2016-GE-4

OTHER WORLD CIVILIZATION (SUNY-OWC):

POS 205 Comparative Political Systems - WR (formerly POS 225) Joseph Scanlon-11/17/2016-GE-2

FOR MCC GEN ED OUTCOMES:

TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY (MCC-TL):

AGS 110 Introduction to Greenhouse Management Laura Penman-11/21/2016-GE-1

MUS 129 MIDI Recording Techniques John Nyerges-10/24/2016-GE-1

Please note that all courses approved for SUNY General Education also qualify for related MCC General Education Learning Outcomes automatically. For these proposals, the MCC General Education component does not require separate approval by the faculty. Proposals for MCC General Education listed above (and attached) are included for faculty review because faculty are proposing to qualify these courses separately for the listed general education outcomes.

Heel, Michael
Curriculum and Program Development
06/29/2017