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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
CURRICULUM REPORT

Number 315
April 25, 2001

This report officially records the actions of the University of Washington Curriculum Review Committee. The Committee meets September through June to consider applications for curriculum changes submitted by the schools and colleges of the University of Washington.

This report also announces the actions of the Faculty Council of Academic Standards and the Board of Regents regarding program and degree changes.

Course Change Applications received after the deadline for the specified quarter will be considered for the next quarter for which the deadline has not passed. New courses can be added to the curriculum after the deadline.

Applications must be received in the University Curriculum Office, 248 Schmitz, Box 355850, by 5 pm on the deadline date. For courses offered jointly by more than one school or college, an application from each school or college must be received by the University Curriculum Office by the deadline date.

Please address any questions regarding the curriculum process at the University of Washington to the university curriculum office at uwcr@u.washington.edu.


NEW BUSINESS

NEW PREFIXES

Department/UnitPrefix
BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)
BPOLSTPolicy Studies Effective AUT/2001.

NEW COURSES

Number, PrefixTitle, Credits, Short TitleAction
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING (0-B)
Architecture (0051)
ARCH 416Freehand Drawing and the Digital Realm (3) DRAWING DIG REALM. Effective SUM/2001.
ARCH 417Advanced Topics in Digital Drawing (3) ADV DIGITAL DRAWING. Effective SUM/2001.
ARCH 450Modern Architecture and the Decorative Arts (3) MOD ARCH & DEC ARTS. Effective SUM/2001.
ARCH 576Community Leadership Practices (3) COMMUNITY PRACTICE. Effective WIN/2002.
ARCH 577Ethical Practice (3) ETHICAL PRACTICE. Effective WIN/2002.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)
General Studies (0185)
GIS 192Who Gets Ahead? Public Schooling in America (5) PUB SCHOOLING/AMER. Effective AUT/2001 to AUT/2003.
Philosophy (0221)
PHIL 199New Majors Seminar (2) NEW MAJORS SEMINAR. Effective SUM/2001.
PHIL 498Undergraduate Internship (1-5, max. 10) INTERNSHIP. Effective SUM/2001.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (0-E)
Business Administration (0300)
B A 390Business Honors Seminar (2-5, max. 5) BUS HONORS SEMINAR. Effective AUT/2001.
GEMBA 500Yonsei -- Business Principles and Applications I (16) YONSEI BUS PRINC I. Effective SUM/2001.
GEMBA 502Yonsei -- Business Principles and Applications II (16) YONSEI BUS PRINC II. Effective SUM/2001.
GEMBA 510Financial Management (4) FINANCIAL MGMT. Effective AUT/2001.
GEMBA 512Competitive Analysis in a Global Economy (4) COMPETITIVE ANLYS. Effective AUT/2001.
GEMBA 514Organizational Effectiveness (4) ORG EFFECTIVENESS. Effective AUT/2001.
GEMBA 516Macroeconomics (4) MACROECONOMICS. Effective AUT/2001.
GEMBA 520Topics in General Management (4) TOPICS IN GEN MGMT. Effective AUT/2001.
TMMBA 510Managing People in Technology Companies (4) MGT PEOPLE IN TECH. Effective SUM/2001.
TMMBA 511Information Management in E-Business (4) INFO MGT IN E-BUS. Effective SUM/2001.
TMMBA 512Corporate Financial Strategy (4) CORP FIN STRAT. Effective SUM/2001.
TMMBA 515Strategic Management of Technology Innovation (4) STRAT MGT OF TECH. Effective AUT/2001.
TMMBA 516Operations and Supply Chain Management (4) OPS & SUPPL CH MGT. Effective AUT/2001.
TMMBA 517Analysis of Information for Decision Making and Performance Evaluation (3) INFO FOR DEC MAKING. Effective AUT/2001.
TMMBA 518Protecting Intellectual Property (1) PROT INTEL PROP. Effective AUT/2001.
SCHOOL OF LAW (0-X)
Law (0852)
LAW B 504Law, Medicine, and Ethics in the Context of Pain Management (2) PAIN MNGMT LAW. Effective AUT/2001.
LAW B 593Natural Resources Commons Property (3) NATRAL RCRC PROP. Effective SUM/2001.
LAW E 512Law, Globalization, and Multinational Corporations (3) LAW MULTI-NATL CRPS. Effective WIN/2002.
LAW E 533Race and the Law (3) RACE & THE LAW. Effective SUM/2001 to SUM/2001.
LAW E 558Law of Democracy: Voting Rights and Election Law (3) VOTING RIGHTS LAW. Effective SUM/2001 to SUM/2001.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (0-S)
Library (0671)
INFO 445Advanced Database Design, Management, and Maintenance (5) ADV DBMS DESIGN. Effective WIN/2002.
COLLEGE OF OCEAN AND FISHERY SCIENCES (0-K)
Oceanography (0456)
OCEAN 450Climatic Extremes (4) CLIMATIC EXTREMES. Effective AUT/2001.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS (0-Q)
Public Affairs (0770)
PB AF 565Topics in Urban Affairs (3, max. 12) TOPICS IN URBAN AFF.Effective AUT/2001.
BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)
Education (0875)
B EDUC 579The Power and Beauty of Mathematics (3) POWR/BEAUTY OF MATH. Effective AUT/2001.
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (0863)
BLS 377Quantitative Reasoning (2) QUANT REASONING. Effective WIN/2002.
BLS 447Data Tools for Environmental and Social Science Research (5) DATA TOOLS-RSRCH. Effective AUT/2001.
BPOLST 500Dimensions and Contexts of Contemporary Policy Issues (10) CONT POLICY ISSUES. Effective AUT/2001 to AUT/2001.
BPOLST 502-Policy Analysis and Implementation: Strategy and Methods (5-) POLICY ANALYSIS/IMP. Effective WIN/2002 to WIN/2002.
BPOLST -503Policy Analysis and Implementation: Strategy and Methods (-5) POLICY ANALYSIS/IMP. Effective SPR/2002 to SPR/2002..
BPOLST 504Understanding and Managing Contemporary Organizations in Policy Environments (10) ORG IN POLICY ENVS. Effective AUT/2002 to AUT/2002.
BPOLST 506Capstone Project: Internship/Field Research (5) CAPSTONE PROJECT. Effective WIN/2003 to WIN/2003.
BPOLST 508Capstone Project: Seminar (10) CAPSTONE PROJ SEM. Effective SPR/2003 to SPR/2003.
BPOLST 593Topics in Policy Studies (3-5, max. 10) TOPS POLICY STUDIES. Effective WIN/2002 to WIN/2002.
BPOLST 598Independent Research (1-5, max. 15) IND RESEARCH. Effective WIN/2002 to WIN/2002.
TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (0963)
TCXG 479Principles of Public Relations (5) INTRO TO PR. Effective SUM/2001 to SPR/2002.
TCXUS 471History of Jazz (5) HISTORY OF JAZZ. Effective SUM/2001to SPR/2002.
TESC 310Environmental Science Research Seminar (3) ENVIRON SCI RES SEM. Effective AUT/2001 to SUM/2002/
TSMIN 420Theories of Political Violence (5) POLITICAL VIOLENCE. Conversion from temporary to permanent status. Effective AUT/2001.
TSMIN 424Imperial China (5) IMPERIAL CHINA. Conversion of a temporary course to permanent status. Effective AUT/2001.
TSMUS 422Economics of Sports (5) ECONOMICS OF SPORTS. Effective AUT/2001 to SUM/2002.
Social Work (1019)
T SOCW 535Advanced Social Work Research: Children, Youth, and Families Practice (3) ADV CYF RESEARCH. Effective SUM/2001.

COURSE CHANGES

Number, PrefixTitle, Credits, Short TitleAction
SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY (0-U)
RES D 660Oral Rehabilitation ([1-6]-, max. 32) ORAL REHABILITATION. Change credits. Effective SUM/2001.
INTERSCHOOL OR INTERCOLLEGE PROGRAMS (0-O)
Bioengineering (0745)
BIOEN 540Biosystem Identification (4) BIOSYS IDENT.Change title, credits, course description. Effective AUT/2002.
University Conjoint (0757)
UCONJ 501International Health (1) INTERNATIONL HEALTH.Drop permanent credit/no credit only. Effective: AUT/2001.
UCONJ 502International Health (1) INTERNATIONL HEALTH.Drop permanent credit/no credit only. Effective: AUT/2001.
UCONJ 503International Health (1) INTERNATIONL HEALTH.Drop permanent credit/no credit only. Effective: AUT/2001.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (0-S)
Library (0671)
LIS 546Network System Administration (4) NETWORK SYS ADMIN.Change description, credits, contact hours, prerequisite. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 566Young Adult Materials: Evaluation and Use (4) YOUNG ADULT MAT.Change short title, description, credits, contact hours, prerequisite. Effective WIN/2002.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (0-Y)
Microbiology (0916)
MICROM 496Undergraduate Library Research (2) UNDERGRAD LIBR RSCH. Change description, drop credit/no credit only. Effective AUT/2001.
MICROM 530Evolution of Prokaryotic Diversity (3) EVOL PROKARYOTIC DIV.Change title, credits, description. Effective AUT/2001.
SCHOOL OF NURSING (0-N)
Nursing (0552)
NCLIN 509Teaching Methods and Practicum in Nursing Education (3) METHS/PRACT NURS EDU.Change title, short title. Effective WIN/2002.
BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (0863)
BES 486Watershed Ecology and Management (5) WATERSHED ECO & MGMT.Change prefix, number. Effective WIN/2002.
TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)
Business (0981)
T IS 450Ecommerce (5) ECOMMERCE. Offered jointly with T MKTG 471. Change joint status.
T MGMT 466Leadership in Action Practicum (2) LEADERSHIP PRACTI. Change title. Effective SUM/2001.
T MKTG 471Ecommerce (5) ECOMMERCE. Offered jointly with T IS 450. Change joint status.

PROGRAM CHANGES

DepartmentAction
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)
Classics (0118)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the program requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Classics. Effective SPR/2001.
Near Eastern Languages and Civilization (0123)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the program requirements for the Bachelor of Arts in Near Eastern studies, as well as the new options of Islamic studies, and Biblical and ancient studies, and changes to its minor. Effective AUT/2001.
Psychology (0262)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the admission and program requirements for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Psychology. Effective AUT/2001.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (0-J)
Computer Science and Engineering (0406)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the program requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering. Effective SPR/2001.
Electrical Engineering (0410)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the program requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Effective AUT/2001.
Technical Communication (0438)Faculty Council on Academic Standards approved changes to the program requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Technical Communication, as well as the minor. Effective SPR/2001.

COURSES DROPPED

Number, PrefixTitle, Credits, Short TitleAction
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING (0-B)
Architecture (0051)
ARCH 410Architectural Working Drawings (2/3) ARCH WORK DWG.Drop course. Effective SPR/2001.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (0-S)
Library (0671)
LIS 450Survey of Children's Literature (3) SURVEY CHLDRENS LIT.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 451Young Adult Materials: Evaluation and Use (3) YOUTHMAT-EVAL USE.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 471Storytelling-Art and Techniques (3) STORYTLNG ART TCHNQ.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 497Learning Resources Endorsement Topics (3) LEARNING RESOURCES.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 513Services for Special Groups (3) SPECIAL GROUPS.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 523Information Access in the Humanities (3) INFO ACCESS IN HUM.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 524Information Access in the Social Sciences (3) INFO ACCESS SOC SCI.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 525Information Access in Science and Technology (3) INFO ACC SCI TECH.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
LIS 599Seminar (1) SEMINARDrop course. Effective WIN/2002.
BOTHELL CAMPUS (1-V)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (0863)
BLS 302The Concepts of Economic Efficiency in U.S. and World Markets (5) ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY.Drop course. Effective WIN/2002.
BLS 303The Concepts of Economic Growth and Stability in U.S. and World Markets (5) ECONOMIC GROWTHDrop course. Effective WIN/2002.