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Campus Contacts

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Additional LocationsDSU @ Georgetown302.500.7011 Phone302.856.5388 FaxWilliam A. Carter Partnership CenterGeorgetown, DE 19947DSU @ Wilmington   302.254.5334 Phone302.254.5350 Fax3931 Kirkwood HwyWilmington, DE 19808Residence Halls & ApartmentsEvers Hall  (302)857.6315Laws Hall  (302)857.6326Conwell Hall  (302)857.6310Tubman Hall  (302)857.6330Jenkins Hall  (302)857.6320Warren Franklin  (302)857.6335University Village   (302)857.8511Wynder Towers (302)857.6330Courtyard Apts.  (302)857.7966DSU Living & Learning Commons (302)857.4337Emergency Phone Number302.857.SNOW (7669)Printed DirectoryTo search for a faculty or staff member please refer to the online directory.General Phone NumbersNote: 857 is the prefix for all campus phone numbers DEPARTMENT PHONE FAXEMAIL CMNST Academic Advisement Center65616503advisingcenterCMNST@desu.eduAcademic Enrichment 72017202tsmith@desu.eduAcademic Support Ctr. 63856386cfriel@desu.eduAcademic Accounting and Finance 69116924rlang@desu.eduAccounts Payable 62076203lmoodybrown@desu.eduAdmin Coffee Shop 73477212cwisher@desu.eduAdmission 63516352admissions@desu.eduAlumni Relations 60506052ldunning@desu.eduArts Center/Gallery 66976698jgunther@desu.eduAthletics 60306034cwisher@desu.eduAviation Program67106719mcox@desu.eduBasketball 7493/7559 6029jhicks@desu.eduBookstore 622562260628.mgr@fheg.follett.comBiology, Dept, of 65106512chwatson@desu.eduBusiness Administration , Dept of69316927kcoursey@desu.eduCareer Services 61206123careerplanning@desu.eduCashier 62206202dcouch@desu.eduChild Development Lab 67316722clwilliams@desu.eduChemistry, Dept. of 65306539sagreene@desu.eduCollege of Agriculture & Related Sciences 64006402lhopkins@desu.eduCollege of Business 69006908augustus@desu.edu College of Education, Health and Public Policy 67006704lmcginnis@desu.eduCollege of Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Tech. 65006503dsuresearch@desu.eduCollege of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences 66287605drscott@desu.eduHelp Desk70287001support@desu.eduComputer & Info Sci., Dept of 66406552rasamny@desu.eduConrad Hall 72087213inter-carol@aramark.comCopy Center 62806282copycenter@desu.eduContinuing Education 68206823dbrinkley@desu.eduCounseling 73817382rrobinson@desu.eduCustodians 62307244rjones@desu.eduDistance Ed. & Learning Tech. 71227121mcox@desu.eduEducation Department 62706722bbesecker@desu.eduEnglish & Foreign Lang., Dept of 65606563dbordley@desu.eduEnterprise Development, Ctr. of 69526950lcrawford@desu.edu Facilities Management 62307244kfair@desu.eduFinance & Administration 62006203rdeavens@desu.eduFinancial Aid 62506251faid@desu.eduFleet Services 62746277ghilliard@desu.eduFootball 74477555epiper@desu.eduGeneral Counsel77417401tpreston@desu.eduHealth Center 63937676nblack@desu.eduHistory, Pol. Sci. & Philosophy, Dept. of 66216623bsolola@desu.eduHornet Newspaper 63986368mtaylor@desu.eduHospitality/Tourism Mgmt. Dept. of 69806983gsmith@desu.eduHousing & Residential Education 63266333lalexander@desu.eduHuman Ecology, Dept. of 64406441sgarrison@desu.eduHuman Resources 62616264bkbrown@desu.eduInstitutional Advancement 60556058dhopkins@desu.eduInstitutional Research 70277254edamatsu@desu.eduInstitutional Support & Title III 73507353vhopkins@desu.eduInternational Affair, Office of 64216567cmoore@desu.eduJudicial Affairs 64706472pduffy@desu.eduLibrary 61916177rbatson@desu.eduMARC Program 65147483chwatson@desu.eduMass Communication, Dept. of 65846589ccale@desu.eduMathematics, Dept. of 70517054cclarktolson@desu.edu    Mentoring and Advising 72037205sjmccoy@desu.eduNeuroscience Center71176512mharrington@desu.eduNursing, Dept., of 67506781deebigsby@desu.eduOptics66507482jjones@desu.eduPhysic & Pre-Engineering, Dept. of 66597482 Post Office (Mail Center) 62766282copycenter@desu.eduPresident’s Office 60016003nadams@desu.eduProvost/Academic Affairs 61007410athompson@desu.eduPsychology, Dept. of 66606661tnichols@desu.eduPublic Relations 60616058tchannel@desu.eduPublic Safety 62907090croberson@desu.eduROTC Program 7361 kkyereme@desu.eduRecords Office 63756379registrar @desu.eduSmall Business Dev. Ctr. 69556950 Social Work, Dept. of 67706794msaunders@desu.eduSociology, Dept. of 66707774kblay@desu.eduSponsored Program 68106804jaustin@desu.eduSports Information 60656069djones@desu.eduSport Management 66006601lchen@desu.eduStudent Accounts 62406249studentaccounts@desu.eduStudent Gov. Association 63716372danyeljns@yahoo.comStudent Affairs 63007850tcoleman@desu.eduStudent Employment61386123studentemployment@desu.eduStudent Leadership & Activities 6390 eramsey@desu.eduTelecommunications 70097025cbabb@desu.eduTesting Services 61446142jwhitaker@desu.eduTheatre & Dance Program 65736563 Univ. Studies & 1st Yr. Programs 7252 6838jawashington@desu.eduUSDA Extension Service 64246430lvbrown@desu.eduVSA Arts (Delaware) 66996698jgunther@desu.eduVeterans Affairs 63766378whenry@desu.eduVisual Arts, Dept. of 66806681ilawton@desu.edu 

Parents and Families

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WELCOME PARENTS AND FAMILIES! We are happy to welcome your family to our Delaware State University community. As your student learns and grows, we know that his or her time spent at DSU will be both rewarding and challenging. Through information on this site and our email newsletter, ParentBuzz, we will help you stay connected to campus. We welcome your ideas and feedback during your student's DSU experience. Fall 2014 payment and tuition payment plan dates and deadlines The fall 2014 semester will be here before we know it. The payment for fall 2014 is due July 10. As your student prepares for the fall semester, please click here for tips on viewing an E-bill statement and target dates for enrolling in the tuition payment plan. Did you know? Wednesdays we're open late For your convenience, the offices on the first floor of the Administration Building at Delaware State University -- including the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, Records and Registration, and Student Accounts -- are open late on Wednesdays to accommodate students and their families who find it hard to stop by during regular business hours. Take care of a variety of needs -- registering for classes, having financial aid questions answered, checking a student account status and more -- each Wednesday until 6 p.m. Cost calculator is available online Students and their families are encouraged to use the new online Net Price Calculator to learn more about the costs of pursuing an education at DSU and the financial aid and scholarship options that may be available to help students.  To use the calendar, visit www.desu.edu/npc.   ACADEMICS Overview Advising  Career Services Honors Program Library Majors and Concentrations Regulations STUDENT LIFE Counseling Health services Office of Student Accessibility Services Public Safety Student Affairs Student housing Wellness & Recreation Center EVENTS & NEWS Athletics Commencement Register for DSUpdate The Echo Event calendar News and media ParentBuzz signup FINANCIAL INFO Financial aid Current students FAQs Forms Scholarships Inspire scholarship Tuition and Fees Tuition payment plan Pay a student account   GENERAL INFO About DSU Admissions Alumni Relations Bookstore Campus contacts Give to DSU History of DSU Mission/Vision Statement Office of the President   VISIT DSU Campus map City of Dover Directions Nearby accommodations Schedule a campus tour    
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Dates & Events

 

SUMMER 2014

Session II
June 30-August 7

FALL 2014

August 20
Residence halls open for new students only

August 20-24
Welcome Days for new students

August 23
Residence halls open for returning students
 
August 25
Classes begin at 4:30 p.m.
 
September 1
Labor Day (University closed)
 
September 11
Opening Convocation
 
September 15
Applications and audits for December Commencement due
 
October 12-19
Homecoming Week

October 20
Priority pre-registration
 
October 21-November 19
Pre-registration for Spring 2015 and Summer 2015
 
November 14
Exit interview for December graduates

November 27-30
Thanksgiving recess

December 4
Last day of classes

December 8-12
Final examinations

December 12
Winter recess begins for students

December 13
December Commencement

Complete Fall 2014 Academic Calendar

 

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Mission/Vision Statement

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Mission Delaware State University is a public, comprehensive, 1890 land-grant institution that offers access and opportunity to diverse populations from Delaware, the nation, and the world. Building on its heritage as a historically black college, the University purposefully integrates the highest standards of excellence in teaching, research, and service in its baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral programs. Its commitment to advance science, technology, liberal arts, and the professions produces capable and productive leaders who contribute to the sustainability and economic development of the global community. As approved by the Board of Trustees December 2011.   Vision Statement As one of America’s most highly respected Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Delaware State University will be renowned for a standard of academic excellence that prepares our graduates to become the first choice of employers in a global market and invigorates the economy and the culture of Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic Region.   Core Values Community Integrity Diversity Scholarship Outreach  

About DSU

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Delaware State University
1200 North DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901

Daytime: 302.857.6060
Evening: 302.857.6290

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In much the same way that passports allow free travel to and from destinations around the world, DSU offers its students a “passport to life.” This passport will enable students to become contributing and productive members of society while gaining the confidence needed to take hold of opportunity, earn respect and build on their success. It all starts here, at DSU. With a self-contained campus that feels like a small town unto itself, DSU sits on a historic plot of Delaware land that has grown with the times. What began as a 100-acre campus is now a picturesque 400-acre campus abuzz with growth that still takes pride in its older buildings such as Loockerman Hall, a restored national historic landmark from the 1700s. Indeed, DSU is a unique mixture of the past, present and future. One can still unearth time capsules from nearly a century ago below buildings around campus. The Approaching Storm Marching Band belts out some of the latest popular tunes at sold-out football games in Alumni Stadium each fall. And some of the country’s most skilled researchers are discovering new innovations at DSU that have far-reaching future uses in the fields of medicine, military defense, agriculture and much more. There’s a place and interest at DSU for students who know exactly what path they want to follow. We also offer students the chance to explore unchartered territory—to discover and uncover their hidden talents while learning from some of the best in their prospective fields. Where will life take you? We invite you to begin your journey here at DSU—your passport to life. Humble Beginnings and New Horizons DSU has a long and proud history as one of America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). It has a blend of both long-standing traditions and growing diversity. Founded in 1891 as the State College for Colored Students, DSU takes pride in its heritage as one of the country’s first land-grant educational institutions, rooted early on in agriculture and education. Our current population includes a 75 percent African-American enrollment and an increasing number of Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian and other international students. With a changing world comes a changing campus, and DSU prepares its students for the global challenges of the new millennium and beyond. The University is a welcome center for learning for people from many cultural backgrounds who speak several different languages and dialects. DSU is a melting pot for education, and after graduation—wherever life takes them—our students are truly “making their mark on the world.” DSU’s focus on cutting-edge research, technology and business practices have brought the University into modernity and made it a member of the scientific, solution-seeking community. Today, it remains well in the vanguard of other four-year institutions throughout the region and country. DSU currently offers 52 undergraduate degree options, an impressive number for a school of DSU’s size. It also offers 25 master’s degree programs and five doctoral degree programs in areas such as interdisciplinary applied mathematics/mathematical physics and educational leadership. Choosing which college or university to attend is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in life. There are many things to consider, such as selecting the right academic program to suit your goals, finding comfort with the atmosphere on and around campus and knowing that faculty and staff will help you succeed. Location, Location, Location DSU is located in the historic city of Dover, the capital of Delaware, which has a geographical position at the center of the state. Its close proximity to the city of Philadelphia afforded Caesar Rodney a short horseback ride to sign the Declaration of Independence. The Constitution, the document that continues to protect our nation’s liberty, also declared Delaware as the “The First State” of the new Federal Union. Arguably one of the best-kept secrets on the East Coast, Dover, with its current population of 35,810, provides a small-town flavor for students who want to learn without the hustle and bustle found on some city campuses. Dover’s short distance from other major cities, including Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC, makes it still feel close to metropolitan life. Because it’s nestled in a small town, DSU is able to provide a comprehensive four-year education at a competitive cost and value compared to other schools in the region. The campus has many cultural and retail amenities, including Dover Mall across the street, the nearby Rehoboth/Ocean City beaches and outlet shopping. Click here for directions, or here for our campus map.  
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DSU at a Glance

  • 52 undergraduate degree programs, 25 master’s degree programs and five doctoral degree programs
  • Accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE), as well as by seven specialized academic accrediting agencies
  • William C. Jason Library includes a collection of 314,133 printed volumes and a total holding of more than 475,033 publications

Faculty Profile

  • 198 faculty members within
  • 21 academic departments
  • 174 faculty members possess a PhD or a terminal degree (Terminal Master’s of Flight Captain)
  • Student-to-faculty ratio is 14:1

Total Enrollment: 4,178

  • 90% Full-Time
  • 10% Part-Time
  • 55% Live on campus
  • 45% Commute
  • 51% In-State
  • 49% Out-of-State

Satellite Sites

Wilmington, Delaware
302.254.5340

Georgetown, Delaware
302.856.5397

Most Popular Majors
by Degree Awarded

Business Administration

Psychology

Mass Communications

Criminal Justice & Sociology

Sport Management

Social Work

Biological Sciences

Nursing

Education Programs

Delaware State University Alumni Association

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The Delaware State University Alumni Association (DSUAA) is an organization of DSU graduates and former students. The DSUAA exists to support Delaware State in its growth and quest for excellence. To this end, The DSUAA unites with the university through common interests, concerns and goals. Membership in the DSUAA can serve as a means toward development and maintenance of  lasting relationships with the university and its components.  Membership is available to all graduates and former DSU students who attended for one year or more.  Active DSUAA membership is achieved by paying annual dues, ranging from $50.00 to $1000.00 for General to Life Memberships. Payment of dues to the DSUAA provides the funds for the organization to carry out its goals and objectives; specifically for its operations and initiatives relative to the support of university programs and the achievement of university mission goals. Active members in the Alumni Association may, from time to time, receive flyers and brochures announcing various DSUAA activities and events; however, DSUAA membership is not a prerequisite for receiving information from the university about general programs and events sponsored by the university.  As a member of the association, alumni can also take advantage of these great benefits: Voting privileges in the DSU Alumni Association. 10% discount at the DSU Bookstore. Networking Opportunities.  For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 302.857.6050 or email alumni@desu.edu Visit DSUAA Online     
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Applications and monies may be sent to:

DSUAA
Office of Alumni Relations
Delaware State University
1200 N. DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901

Regular Membership dues are $50.00 per year.

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History

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The State College for Colored Students, now known as Delaware State University, was established May 15, 1891 by the Delaware General Assembly under the provisions of the Morrill Act of 1890 by which land-grant colleges for Blacks came into existence in states maintaining separate educational facilities. Through the conservative and practical planning of the Board of Trustees appointed by Delaware Gov. Robert J. Reynolds, the College was launched upon its mission of education and public service on February 2, 1892. Five courses of study leading to a baccalaureate degree were offered: Agricultural, Chemical, Classical, Engineering, and Scientific. A Preparatory Department was established in 1893 for students who were not qualified to pursue a major course of study upon entrance. A three-year normal course leading to a teacher's certificate was initiated in 1897. The College graduated its first class of degree candidates in May 1898. The normal course of study (teacher education) was extended to four years in 1911 and the Bachelor of Pedagogy degree was awarded to students upon satisfactory completion of the curriculum. In 1912, the courses of study were changed to Academic, Agricultural, Mechanic Arts and Domestic Science. The Bachelor of Pedagogy degree was awarded upon completion of the academic curriculum. A certificate of graduation was granted upon completion of the other courses of study. In the 1916-1917 school year, the Preparatory Department was phased out, a Model Grade School was established, and a high school diploma was granted on completion of a four-year course of study. In 1923, a Junior College Division was added. Four-year curricula in the Arts and Sciences, Elementary Education, Home Economics, Agriculture, and Industrial Arts were established in 1932. The College graduated its first class of bachelor-degree candidates completing one of these four-year courses of study in June 1934. In 1944, the College received provisional accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. In 1947, the name of the institution was changed to "Delaware State College" by legislative action. In November 1949, the Middle States Commission on Higher Education revoked the accreditation of the institution. This was a severe blow to the prestige of the College. Strenuous efforts were exerted to maintain the existence of the College and to make it an accredited four-year land-grant institution. At the end of the 1951-52 school year, the High School Division was discontinued. In April 1957, the College was fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education in 1962, 1972, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997 and 2002 reaffirmed this accreditation. Concurrently, the University achieved and maintained accreditation of its teacher education programs by the Delaware State Board of Education. On July 1, 1993, Delaware State College turned another chapter in its history when Gov. Thomas Carper signed a name change into law, thus renaming the College to Delaware State University. Since 1957, the University has grown in stature as a center for teaching, research, and public service. The purpose of the University has broadened in keeping with changing times. While recognizing its heritage, the University is among the top premier Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the country, while serving a diverse student population. Undergraduate studies are organized into six colleges that contain a total of 20 academic departments, which offer 64 bachelor degrees, 22 master degrees and five doctoral degrees. Accreditations include the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Council on Social Work Education, the Accrediting Council for Programs in Hospitality Administration, the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, as well as from the Commission on Accreditation for Dietetic Education. The University’s College of Business is nationally and internationally accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The underpinning of the growth and development of Delaware State University has been the leadership of its ten presidents, including Wesley P. Webb (1891 – 1895), William C. Jason (1895 – 1923), Richard S. Grossley (1923 – 1942), Howard D. Gregg (1942 – 1949), Oscar J. Chapman (1950 – 1951), Jerome H. Holland (1953 – 1960), Luna I. Mishoe (1960 – 1987), William B. DeLauder (1987 – 2003), Allen L. Sessoms (2003 – 2008), and Harry L. Williams (November 2009-Present). Maurice E. Thomasson served as acting president from 1949 to 1950 and from 1951 to 1953. Claibourne D. Smith served as acting president from September 2008 to January 2010. As a result of their efforts, the University is well positioned to reach new levels of prestige and respect in the new millennium. As of the fall 2013, the University’s student enrollment has grown to 4,505 students. The University’s physical infrastructure has grown from its 1891 beginning as a 100-acre property with three buildings to a beautiful 356-acre pedestrian campus with over 50 buildings and four outdoor athletic fields. The University also has two farm properties in the Kenton and Smyrna areas, two University satellite sites in Wilmington and Georgetown, and its Airway Science Program maintains it fleet of planes and base of operation at the Delaware Air Park in Cheswold.

Faculty Senate 2006-2007

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Archives for: 2007 - 2008  |   2008 - 2009  |  2009 - 2010 Proposals Awaiting Approval by the Senate MS and Neuro degree - GC changes Apr07 New Degree Authorization Request Renaming Biology Courses Renumbering Biology courses for Gen Ed Ag and Natural Resources 2007 Curriculum Changes Hospitality & Tourism Management - 20070425_MgmtProcesses - htmmanagerial acccounting.rtf - rmgt.1.rtf Education Department - 12-2xx Indiv Instr Prep in Education Syllabus Apr 30 - 12-3xx Parent Families Community Syllabus - ccfr12-340 - ccfr12-418 - CCRF Life Span Development - CCRF Instructional Technology (2) - CCRF Parent Families Community Partnerships - ECE Curriculum Rev April 2007 - Elementary Education Curriculum rev. April 07 - Life Span Development Syllabus - Reduction Rational for CURRICULUM IN ECE - Reduction Rational for CURRICULUM IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION - 12-2xx PRAXISPrep-Syllabus Apr 30 - CCRF Indiv. Instruction Prep in Educ Apr 30 Grad Council - Full Time Fee April 042607 - PTP MS orgn ldshp 032007 - PTP PhD Natural Resources 042607 College of Humanities and Social Sciences - CCRF Hindi 101 - CCRF HIndi 102 - CCRF Hindi201 - CCRF Hindi202 - Chinese 201- syllabus - Chinese 202-syllabus - Chinese101-syllabus - Chinese102-syllabus - CHINESECURRICULUM COURSE 07-101 - CHINESECURRICULUM COURSE 07-102 - CHINESECURRICULUM COURSE 07-201 - CHINESECURRICULUM COURSE 07-202 - Hindi 101 Syllabus - Hindi 102 syllabus - Hindi 201 syllabus - Hindi 202 syllabus - Program Description&Rationale Fitness Promotions Major Curriculum Modifications: - This packet contains the following proposals April 15, 2007 - Proposed Fitness Promotions Curriculum Changes-4-15-07 - DEPARTMENT OF SPORT SCIENCES Fitness Promotion Modification (1) - DSU course curriculum format change - A&P I - DSU course curriculum format change - A&P II - DSU Curricular Change Approval Form - Drop Obser&Field,Curr - DSU Curricular Change Approval Form Neuromuscular Adapt 4-15 - DSU Curricular Change Form - A & P I & II credit increase - DSU Curricular Change Form - Biomech & Ex & Age 4-15 - DSU Exercise and Aging Course Outline - 3-27-07 - DSU Musculoskeletal Biomechanics Course Outline 3-27 - DSU Sport Biomechanics Course Outline 3-27 - Neuromuscular Adaptation to Strength & Conditioning Course  CRM Stats Curriculum change.rtf Resolution on Apology for Slavery in Delaware Community Health Revised MBA Program Proposal (03-28-2007) Revised MBA Program Proposal (03-15-2007) Curriculum in Science Education: Earth Science & Physical Science CCRF Geology/27-101 Geology Syllabus 27-101 CCRF Earth/Space Science/27-207 Earth/Space Science Syllabus 27-207 Physical Science Survey Syllabus 27-201 Math 403 - Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School Syllabus CCRF Special Ed 12-311 CCRF Special Ed 12-313 CCRF Special Ed 12-321 CCRF Special Ed 12-328 CCRF Special Ed 12-342 CCRF Special Ed 12-346 CCRF Special Ed 12-409 CCRF Special Ed 12-417 CCRF Developmental Reading 12-335 Developmental Reading 12-335 Syllabus Elementary Special Education Curriculum Revised July 2006 Secondary Special Education Curriculum Revised March 2007 Special Education Undergraduate Curriculum Revisions Global Seminar 27-403 Syllabus MS Degree Program in Computer Science Doctoral Program in Optics Master Degree Program in Applied Optics Academic Affairs Ph.D. Neuroscience Ph.D. Applied Chemistry Proposals Approved by the Senate School of Management Managerial Finance Curriculum Course Review Format Crew Resource Management Curriculum Course Review Format Draft of CRM Course Outline Airway Science Management Revised Airway Science Management Request for authorization to establish a research center Information about a revised curriculum for the Food, Nutrition and Dietetics program in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences Courses dropped and substituted Curriculum Change Format 18-102 Nutrition Concepts Curriculum Change Format 18-220 Sport Sciences Curriculum Change Format 18-250 Food Sciences Curriculum Change Format 18-310 Dietetic Care Curriculum Change Format 18-325 Human Nutrition Curriculum Change Format 18-335 Nutrition throughout Lifecycle Curriculum Change Format 18-415 Nutrition Counseling Curriculum Change Format 18-450 Senior Seminar Curriculum Change Format 18-454 Nutrition and Immunity Curriculum Change Format 18-455 Nutritional Biochemistry Nutrition & Dietetics Curriculum approved by the CARS and Dean 50% Rule Hospitality and Tourism Management Curriculum Proposal for Constitutional Amendment MAT - Social Studies DRAFT Policy Governing Graduate Research and Teaching Appointments  

Faculty Senate 2008-2009

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Archives for: 2006 - 2007  |  2007 - 2008  |   2009 - 2010 Proposals Awaiting Approval by the Senate General Education Open Forum on Proposal Approved - Thursday, November 20th, 2008, Price Auditorium 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Middle Level Education Curriculum Middle Level Education Concentrations College of Agriculture and Related Sciences Department of Human Ecology Master Degree Program College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences New Degree Liberal Studies - Minutes Liberal Studies - Degree Proposal Department of Mass Communications New Media & Public Relations - General Information New Media & Public Relations - Curricular Approval New Media & Public Relations - Course Syllabus New Media & Public Relations - Course Descriptions College of Business Department of Management MBA - Program and Portfolio Management - Course Syllabus MBA - Program and Portfolio Management - Curriculum Course MBA - Project Risk Management - Course Syllabus MBA - Project Risk Management - Curriculum Course MBA - Project Management Methodology - Course Syllabus MBA - Project Management Methodology - Curriculum Course College of Education Department of Education Physical Education - Curriculum College of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Technology Department of Physics Sound & Acoustics - Curriculum Introduction to Light & Optics - Curriculum Proposals Approved by the Senate None for 2008 - 2009

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