New course proposals
The following new course proposals have been submitted to the Faculty Senate Office for review and approval and are listed here for faculty review and comment. Comments on any new course proposal should be submitted to Ernest May, secretary of the Faculty Senate, at email@example.com.
ANIMLSCI 365, “Fundamentals in Veterinary and Biomedical Laboratory Techniques,” 4 credits; Instructor: Dr. Lisa M. Minter; Lecture and Laboratory. Lecture emphasizes theoretical basis of veterinary clinical procedures, techniques, and instrumentation in hematology, microbiology and parasitology. Lab complements lectures, providing hands-on proficiency performing diagnostic procedures and interpreting results. Prerequisites: BIO 100 or 151 (grade of C or better) and CHEM 111 (Grade of C or better) or permission of instructor
PUBP&ADM 611, “Comparative Public Policy,” 3 credits; Instructor: David Mednicoff; This course introduces the politics of policy-making in explicit cross-national focus. It satisfies a core requirement for CPPA MPP/MPPA students. Focus is on how values, institutions, and choices shape outcomes. Prerequisites: None
PUBP&ADM 614, “Professional Development Seminar,” 2 credits; Instructor: Satu Zoller; Thorough skill development and contact with professionals, this course prepares students for successful careers in public policy and administration. Students gain an understanding of their strengths and develop career goals. (For MPPA and MPP students or with permission of instructor)
PUBP&ADM 656, “Topics in Urban and Housing Policy,” 3 credits; Instructor: Carol E. Heim; Role of cities in the economy. Impact of economic forces on urban structure and function. Relationships between government and cities. Role of institutions and history in shaping policy decisions. Prerequisites: None