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Category I Review

Note: the date following the proposal title indicates when it was sent to the EC.

  • Termination of an Academic Program Proposal Construction Engineering Management – MBE #83272
  • New Degree Program Proposal Environmental Engineering #82814
  • Renaming an Academic Program Proposal – Energy Systems Engineering #83990
  • Graduate Certificate in Public Health #82511 (approved by Curriculum Council 4/6; EC 4/26/2012)
  • College of Education: Reorganization, Merger, Move #82222 (approved by Curriculum Council 4/16; EC 4/26/2012)
  • Re-organize the Schools in the College of Liberal Arts (aka CLA Omnibus) #83297 (approved by Graduate Council 4/25; if approved by Budgets [they have requested revisions] and by Curriculum Council on May 4, and conditionally by the EC on May 3, it could appear on the May 10 Senate agenda) EC Reviewers: All
  • Social Science with Option in Community Development & Leadership B.A., B.S. – OSU-Cascades #82006 (4/5/2012)
  • Computer Science – Ecampus Post-baccalaureate and BS (Creation) #83186 (3/7/2012)
  • Innovation Management, BS/BA, Double Degree (New Degree) #82725 (approved by Curriculum Council 4/23; EC 4/26/2012)
  • Graphic Design BFA (New Degree) #82870 (Approvals: Budgets 4/30; Curriculum Council 4/20; EC 5/03)
  • BS in Recreation Resource Management #82098 (3/22/2012)
  • Undergraduate Certificate in Food in Culture and Social Justice (Category I: New Undergraduate Certificate Program) #81331 (3/22/2012)

  • Merging Animal Sciences with Rangeland Ecology and Management #81305 (Approvals: Budgets 2/10; Grad Council 4/11; Curriculum Council 4/27; EC 5/03)

  • Establishment of a New Department/School Proposal – School of Design and Human Environment #83339 (Approvals Budgets 4/13; Graduate Council 4/25; if approved by the Curriculum Council on May 4, and conditionally by the EC on May 3, it could appear on the May 10 Senate agenda)