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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
CURRICULUM REPORT

Number 364
October 27, 2005

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 COURSES

Number, PrefixTitle, Credits, Short TitleAction
UNDERGRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS (0-A)
Program on Environmental Studies (1014)
ENVIR 384Global Environmental Politics (5) GLOBAL ENV POLITICS. Offered jointly with POL S 384. Effective WIN/2006.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)
Anthropology (0102)
ANTH 341Political Violence and the Post-Colonial State in South Asia (5) POLIT VIOLENCE SA. Offered jointly with SISSA 341. Effective WIN/2006.
ANTH 360Anthropology of Popular Culture (5) POPULAR CULTURE. Effective WIN/2006.
ANTH 406China's Environment (5) CHINA'S ENVIRONMENT. Offered jointly with SISEA 406. Effective WIN/2006.
ANTH 560Discourse and Culture (5) DISCOURSE & CULTURE. Effective WIN/2006.
ANTH 572Environmental Anthropology Research Methodology Colloquium (2, max. 10) ENV ANTH-RSCH METH. Credit/no credit only. Effective WIN/2006.
ANTH 573Current Issues in Environmental Anthropology (2, max. 10) CUR ISSUES ENV ANTH. Credit/no credit only. Effective SPR/2006.
ARCHY 561Dating Methods in Archaeology (6) ARCHAEOLOGY DATING. Effective WIN/2006.
Art History (0106)
ART H 597Graduate Internship (2-5, max. 5) GRADUATE INTERNSHIP. Credit/no credit only. Effective WIN/2006.
Communication (1035)
COM 467Feature Writing (5) FEATURE WRITING. Effective AUT/2005.
Dance (0133)
DANCE 232Intermediate Alternative Movement Studies (3) INTERMED ALTER MVMT. Effective SPR/2006.
DANCE 233Advanced Alternative Movement Studies (3) ADV ALTERNAT MVMT. Effective SPR/2006.
Drama (0134)
DRAMA 214Design for Performance (5, max. 10) DESIGN FOR PERFORM. Effective WIN/2006.
Economics (0135)
ECON 442Economics of Human Resource Management (5) ECON HUM RES MGMT. Effective WIN/2006.
ECON 492Economic Issues of Contemporary Latin America (5) ECON OF LATIN AMER. Effective WIN/2006.
History (0193)
HIST 222Understanding Photographs as Historical Documents (3) PHOTOS AS DOCUMENTS. Offered jointly with INFO 222. Effective WIN/2006.
HIST 245Exploration and Empire: Science, Art, and Power, 1300-1800 (5) EXPLORATION&EMPIRE. Effective WIN/2006.
HSTAA 385Colonial Society and the Negotiation of Rule in Latin America and the Caribbean (5) COLONIAL LATIN AMER. Effective WIN/2006.
HSTAA 386The Challenges of Post-Coloniality in Latin America and the Caribbean (5) POST-COLONIAL LAT AM. Effective WIN/2006.
HSTAA 481History of Peru and the Andean Region (5) PERU & ANDEAN REG. Effective WIN/2006.
Jackson School of International Studies (0190)
SISEA 406China's Environment (5) CHINA'S ENVIRONMENT. Offered jointly with ANTH 406. Effective WIN/2006.
SISEA 436Political Parties in Japan and East Asia (5) POLIT PARTIES JAPAN. Offered jointly with POL S 429. Effective AUT/2005.
SISEA 536Political Parties in Japan and East Asia (5) POLIT PARTIES JAPAN. Effective AUT/2005.
SISSA 341Political Violence and the Post-Colonial State in South Asia (5) POLIT VIOLENCE SA. Offered jointly with ANTH 341. Effective WIN/2006.
Linguistics (0203)
LING 570Shallow Processing Techniques for Natural Language Processing (3) SHALLOW PROC IN NLP.Effective WIN/2006.
LING 571Deep Processing Techniques for Natural Language Processing (3) DEEP PROC IN NLP.Effective WIN/2006.
LING 572Advanced Statistical Methods in Natural Language Processing (3) ADVANCED STAT NLP.Effective WIN/2006.
LING 573Natural Language Processing Systems and Applications (5) NLP SYSTEMS/APPS.Effective WIN/2006.
LING 575Topics in Computational Linguistics (3, max. 15) TOPICS IN COMPLING.Effective WIN/2006.
Music (0217)
MUSAP 342Jazz Drum Set (2-3) JAZZ DRUM SET. Effective AUT/2005.
Political Science (0244)
POL S 357Minority Representation and the Voting Rights Act (5) MINORITY REP & VOTE. Effective WIN/2006.
POL S 384Global Environmental Politics (5) GLOBAL ENV POLITICS. Offered jointly with ENVIR 384. Effective WIN/2006.
POL S 429Political Parties in Japan and East Asia (5) POLIT PARTIES JAPAN. Offered jointly with SISEA 436. Effective AUT/2005.
POL S 460Political Economy of the European Union (5) POL ECONOMY OF EU. Effective WIN/2006.
Scandinavian Languages and Literature (0281)
SCAND 594Modern Methods and Materials in Teaching Scandinavian and Baltic Languages (3) LANG TEACHING METHS. Credit/no credit only. Effective AUT/2006.
Sociology (0293)
SOC 494Practicum in Sociology (5, max. 15) PRACTICUM. Effective WIN/2006.
BUSINESS SCHOOL (0-E)
Business Administration (0300)
FIN 428International Financial Management (4) INT'L FIN MGMT. Effective WIN/2006.
THE INFORMATION SCHOOL (0-S)
The Information School (0671)
INFO 222Understanding Photographs as Historical Documents (3) PHOTOS AS DOCUMENTS. Offered jointly with HIST 222. Effective WIN/2006.
INTERDISCIPLINARY GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM (0-R)
Global Trade, Transportation, and Logistics Studies (0993)
GTTL 598Global Aviation Management (3) GLOBAL AVIATION MGT. Effective AUT/2005.
COLLEGE OF OCEAN AND FISHERY SCIENCES (0-K)
Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (0452)
FISH 424Biology and Culture of Aquatic Organisms (5) BIOL CULT AQ ORG. Effective WIN/2006.
TACOMA CAMPUS (2-Z)
Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (0963)
TPSYCH 330Educational Psychology (5) EDUCATIONAL PSYCH. Conversion from temporary to permanent status. Effective WIN/2006.

PROGRAM CHANGES

BUSINESS SCHOOL (0-E)
Business Administration (0300)
The Faculty Council of Academic Standards has recommended approval of the revised requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration with Information Systems Option. Effective AUT/2005.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (0-Y)
Laboratory Medicine (0948)
The Faculty Council of Academic Standards has recommended approval of the revised requirements for a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology. Effective AUT/2006.

COURSE CHANGES

Number, PrefixTitle, Credits, Short TitleAction
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES (0-C)
Chemistry (0117)
CHEM 198Tutorial Study (2, max 6) TUTORIAL STUDY. Change credits. Effective AUT/2005.
Comparative History of Ideas (0202)
CHID 433Disability Law, Policy, and the Community (5) DISABLTY LAW & PLCY. Offered jointly with LSJ 433. Change prerequisite. Effective WIN/2006.
CHID 434Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People (5) CIV/HUMN RGTS LAW. Offered jointly with LSJ 434. Change prerequisite. Effective WIN/2006.
Geography (0188)
GEOG 507Research Seminar: Canadian Problems (5, max. 10) CANADIAN PROBLEMS. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.
Jackson School of International Studies (0190)
SISCA 507Research Seminar: Canadian Problems (5, max. 10) CANADIAN PROBLEMS. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.
Near Eastern Language and Civilization (0123)
EGYPT 411Introduction to Coptic (5) INTRO TO COPTIC. Change credits, contact hours. Effective WIN/2006.
Political Science (0244)
LSJ 331The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States (5) US RACE & ETHN POL. Offered jointly with POL S 317. Change titles, course description. Effective WIN/2006.
LSJ 433Disability Law, Policy, and the Community (5) DISABLTY LAW & PLCY. Offered jointly with CHID 433. Change prerequisite. Effective WIN/2006.
LSJ 434Civil and Human Rights Law for Disabled People (5) CIV/HUMN RGTS LAW. Offered jointly with CHID 434. Change prerequisite. Effective WIN/2006.
POL S 317The Politics of Race and Ethnicity in the United States (5) US RACE & ETHN POL. Offered jointly with LSJ 331. Change titles, course description. Effective WIN/2006.
POL S 448Politics of the European Union (5) POLITICS OF THE EU. Change titles, course description. Effective WIN/2006.
POL S 513Issues in Feminist Theory (5, max. 10) FEMINIST THEORY. Change credits, course description. Effective WIN/2006.
INTERDISCIPLINARY GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM (0-R)
Neurobiology and Behavior (0650)
NEUBEH 553Learning and Memory: Synapses and Systems (2) LEARNING & MEMORY. Offered jointly with P BIO 553. Change credits. Effective SPR/2006.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (0-Y)
Medical Education and Biomedical Informatics (0918)
MEBI 531Life and Death Computing (3) LIFE/DEATH COMPUT. Change titles, prerequisite, course description. Effective AUT/2006.
Pharmacology (0926)
PHCOL 567Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis (2) CARCINOGENESIS. Offered jointly with ENV H 567. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.
Physiology and Biophysics (0932)
P BIO 553Learning and Memory: Synapses and Systems (2) LEARNING & MEMORY. Offered jointly with NEUBEH 553. Change credits. Effective SPR/2006.
SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE (0-M)
Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (0702)
ENV H 567Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis (2) CARCINOGENESIS. Offered jointly with PHCOL 567. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.
Health Services (0706)
HSMGMT 514Health Economics (3/4) HEALTH ECONOMICS. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.
HSMGMT 560Management Practice in Health Care and Public Health Organization (3/4) MN PR/HC/PB HTH. Change credits. Effective WIN/2006.