MEMORANDUM

December 3, 2012
TO: Members of the Graduate Council
FROM: John Stone, Dean
School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education
RE: Graduate Council Meeting of 6 December 2012


The Graduate Council will meet at
2:15pm
Thursday, 6 December 2012
UC 259A


AGENDA

  1. Approval of Minutes from the November 1, 2012, meeting

  2. Announcements
    1. Graduate Instructional Assistants
    2. Graduate Assistantships

  3. Information Only Items

  4. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS


    1. Curricular Action: Title Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: SCHBUSMG 782: FROM: Collective Negotiations in Education TO: Negotiations and Conflict Resolution in Education
    2. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 500 Introduction to Business and Marketing Education FROM: IT/BE 500 to CIBME 500
    3. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 601 Teaching Personal Finance FROM: IT/BE 601 TO: CIBME 601
    4. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: IT/BE 647 Information Systems for Business Teachers FROM: IT/BE 647 to CIBME 647
    5. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 660 Principles of Career and Technical Education FROM: IT/BE 660 TO: CIGENRL 660
    6. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: IT/BE 661 Organization, Administration, and Coordination of Cooperative Education Programs FROM: IT/BE 661 TO: CIGENRL 661
    7. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change and Description Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 762 Curriculum Issues and Design for Business and Marketing Education FROM: IT/BE 762 TO: CIBME 762
    8. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: IT/BE 765 Occupational Information and Vocational Guidance FROM: IT/BE 765 TO: CIGENRL 765
    9. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 791 Post-Secondary Education Internship FROM: IT/BE 791 TO: CIGENRL 791
    10. Curricular Action: Title Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 738: FROM: Management of Technology TO: Management of Innovation
    11. Curricular Action: Prefix Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 719: FROM: MANGEMNT 719 Operations Management TO: ITSCM 719 Operations Management
    12. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: FROM: MCS 760 TO: ITSCM 760 Topics in Information Technology and Management
    13. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 761: Supply Chain Systems FROM: MANGEMNT 761 TO: ITSCM 761
    14. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 763: Global Operations Management FROM: MANGEMNT 763 TO: ITSCM 763
    15. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 768: Operations Strategy FROM: MANGEMNT 768 TO: ITSCM 768
    16. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Prerequisite Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 769: Quality Issues in Operations FROM: MANGEMNT 769 TO: ITSCM 769
    17. Curricular Action: Prefix Change for Special Studies Courses from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: FROM: ITBE 691 Travel Study TO: ITSCM 691; FROM: ITBE 790 Workshop TO: ITSCM 790; FROM ITBE 794 Seminar TO: ITSCM 794; FROM: ITBE 798 Individual Studies TO: ITSCM 798
    18. Curricular Action: Prefix Change and Title Change from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: FROM: MCS 785 Project Management: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools TO: ITSCM 785 Applied Project Management

    19. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION


    20. Curricular Action: Prerequisite Change from the Department of Educational Foundations: EDFOUND 678 Adolescent Development
    21. Curricular Action: Deletion of Course from the Department of Special Education SPECED 626 Introduction to Individualized Diagnostic Assessment of EEN

    22. COLLEGE OF LETTERS & SCIENCES


    23. Curricular Action: Prerequisite Change from the Department of Biological Sciences: BIOLGY 694.

  5. Business Items

    1. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS


    2. Curricular Action: Change in Major from the Department of Business and Marketing Education
    3. Curricular Action: Course Revision from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITBE 750 Improvement of Instruction in Business Education
    4. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 715 Technology and Information Systems
    5. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 745 Strategic Technology and Innovation Management
    6. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 765 Topics in Project Management
    7. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 770 Fundamentals of Project Management
    8. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 772 Information Technology Service Management
    9. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 774 Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
    10. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 776 Business Process Innovation and Management
    11. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 780 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
    12. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: ITSCM 782 Global Project Management
    13. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of BEINDP: BEINDP 740: Persuasion and Negotiation Strategies
    14. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Finance and Business Law: FNBSLW 735: Business Valuation Using Financial Statements
    15. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Management: MGMNT 757 Leadership Development
    16. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Management: MGMNT 787 Business Policy and Strategy
    17. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Marketing: MARKTING 747 Marketing Strategy
    18. Curricular Action: Course Revision from the Department of Information Technology/Business Education: MCS 785: Project Management: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools
    19. Curricular Action: Course Revision and Credit Change from the Department of Economics: ECON 703: Statistics Foundations
    20. Curricular Action: Course Revision and Credit Change from the Department of Marketing: MARKETNG 731: Advanced Statistical Methods
    21. Curricular Action: Course Revision and Credit Change from the Department of Management: MANGEMNT 764 Sustainable Management
    22. Curricular Action: Change in MBA degree

    23. From (as listed in catalog and on AR)

      COMMON BODY OF KNOWLEDGE 0-15 UNITS

      (A MINIMUM OF 30 UNITS MUST BE IN COURSES NUMBERED 730 OR ABOVE)

      CONSULT ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR UNITS FROM:

      • ACCOUNT 701 ACCOUNTING FOUNDATIONS
      • ECON 703 STATISTICS FOUNDATIONS
      • ECON 704 ECONOMICS FOUNDATIONS
      • FNBSLW 718 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
      • FNBSLW 721 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
      • MANGEMNT 719 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
      • MARKETNG 716 MARKETING

      PART 1 BREADTH REQUIREMENT 0-12 UNITS


      1. MARKETNG 731 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS
      2. ACCOUNT 725 PROFIT PLANNING & CONTROL
      3. ITBE 740 BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION
      4. ECON 736 BUSINESS CONDITIONS ANALYSIS
        or
        ECON 737 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS
      5. MANGEMNT 721 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
        or
        MANGEMNT 745 BUILDING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONS
      6. MANGEMNT 759 SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY BUSINESS
        or
        MANGEMNT 764 SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT
        or
        MARKETNG 766 ETHICS IN THE MARKETPLACE

      PART 2 GLOBAL MANAGEMENT 3-6 UNITS


      • ECON 758 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
      • FNBSLW 755 MULTINATIONAL BUSINESS FINANCE
      • MANGEMNT 761 SUPPLY CHAIN SYSTEMS
      • MANGEMNT 763 GLOBAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
      • MANGEMNT 777 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
      • MARKETNG 761 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MARKETING)
      • MARKETING 772 INTERNET MARKETING

      PART 3 MANAGING TECHNOLOGY 3-6 UNITS


      1. ITBE 734 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
        or
        ITBE 775 TELECOMUNICATION
      2. MANGEMNT 738 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY
        or
        MANGEMNT 753 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
        or
        MANGEMNT 769 QUALITY ISSUES IN OPERATIONS
        or
        MANAGEMENT 762 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
        or
      3. MARKETNG 745 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
        or
        MARKETNG 770 PRODUCT INNOVATION AND PRICING
        or
        MARKETNG 775 DATABASE MARKETING
      4. MCS 785 PROJECT MANAGEMENT: METHODOLOGIES, TECHNIQUES, AND TOOLS

      MUST COMPLETE NINE (9) UNITS FROM THE GLOBAL MANAGEMENT & MANAGING TECHNOLOGY MODULES (SEE PARTS 2 & 3)


      PART 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 8 UNITS


      1. MANGEMNT 788 STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING (2 U)*

      SIX (6) UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING **

      1. FNBSLW 770 CAPITAL BUDGETING
      2. MANGEMNT 760 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
        or
        MANGEMNT 768 OPERATIONS STRATEGY
        or
        MANGEMNT 771 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
      3. MARKETNG 751 BUYER BEHAVIOR
        or
        MARKETING 765 ADVERTISING & PROMOTION MANAGEMENT
        or
        MARKETING 767 STRATEGIC MARKETING FOR ENTREPRENEURS
        or
        MARKETNG 774 STRATEGIC MARKET PLANNING
        or
        MARKETNG 775 DATABASE MARKETING
      4. MCS 740 INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY & POLICY

      * MUST BE TAKEN IN THE LAST SEMESTER OF PROGRAM OR IN FINAL TWELVE (12) UNITS

       

      ** SHOULD BE TAKEN AFTER COMMON BODY OF KNOWLEDGE AND BREADTH REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETED.

       

      PART 5 ELECTIVE AREA 0-9 UNITS

      PART 6 EMPHASIS 9-12 UNITS

       

      COMPLETE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING EMPHASES:

      A. FINANCE EMPHASIS

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
        • FNBSLW 739 FINANCIAL PLANNING PROCESS
        • FNBSLW 750 REAL ESTATE FINANCE & INVESTMENT
        • FNBSLW 755 MULTINATIONAL BUSINESS FINANCE
        • FNBSLW 760 FINANCIAL MARKETS
        • FNBSLW 770 CAPITAL BUDGETING
        • FNBSLW 780 PORTFOLIO THEORY AND PRACTICE
        • FNBSLW 785 FINANCIAL MODELING

      B.HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
        • MANGEMNT 751 STAFFING & EVALUATION
        • MANGEMNT 752 CURRENT ISSUES IN COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
        • MANGEMNT 753 TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
        • MANGEMNT 758 MANAGEMENT AND LABOR RELATIONS
        • MANGEMNT 760 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

      C. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EMPHASIS

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
        • ECON 758 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
        • FNBSLW 755 MULTINATIONAL BUSINESS FINANCE
        • MANGEMNT 763 GLOBAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
        • MANGEMNT 777 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
        • MARKETNG 761 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MARKETNG)
        • MARKETNG 772 INTERNET MARKETING

      D. MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
        • MANGEMNT 738 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY
        • MANGEMNT 762 PROJECT MANGEMENT
        • MANGEMNT 766 VENTURE INITIATION
        • MANGEMNT 770 ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN
        • MANGEMNT 771 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
        • MANGEMNT 777 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT

      E. MARKETING EMPHASIS


      1. MARKETNG 733 SEMINAR IN METHODS OF BUSINESS RESEARCH

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
          • MARKETNG 745 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
          • MARKETNG 751 BUYER BEHAVIOR
          • MARKETNG 761 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MARKETING)
          • MARKETNG 765 ADVERTISING AND PROMOTION MANAGEMENT
          • MARKETNG 767 STRATEGIC MARKETING FOR ENTREPRENEURS
          • MARKETNG 770 PRODUCT INNOVATION AND PRICING
          • MARKETNG 772 INTERNET MARKETING
          • MARKETNG 774 STRATEGIC MARKETING PLANNING
          • MARKETNG 775 DATABASE MARKETING
          • MARKETNG 780 SEMINAR IN CURRENT MARKET TOPICS

      F. OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

        • SELECT 9 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
        • MANGEMNT 738 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY
        • MANGEMNT 761 SUPPLY CHAIN SYSTEMS
        • MANGEMNT 762 INTEGRATED RESOURCES & PROJECT MANAGEMENT
        • MANGEMNT 763 GLOBAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
        • MANGEMNT 768 GLOBAL OPERATIONS STRATEGY
        • MANGEMNT 769 QUALITY ISSUES & OPERATIONS
        • MANGEMNT 793 PRACTICUM IN MANAGEMENT

      G. IT MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

        • MCS 740 INFO SYSTEMS STRATEGY AND POLICY
        • MCS 785 INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT MANAGEMENT
        • SELECT SIX UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
          • MCS 725 E-BUS: TECHNOLOGY, APPLICATIONS & ISSUES
          • MCS 760 TOPICS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
          • ITBE 775 BUSINESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS

       

       

      To (to be listed in catalog and on AR)

       

      COMMON BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (0-14 Credits)

      - ACCOUNT 701 Accounting Foundations (2 cr)
      - ECON 703 Statistics Foundations (2 cr)
      - ECON 704 Economics Foundations (2 cr)
      - FNBSLW 718 Financial Management (2 cr)
      - ITSCM 715 Technology and Information Systems (2 cr)
      - ITSCM 719 Operations Management (2 cr)
      - MARKETNG 716 Marketing (2 cr)


      The MBA requires 36 credits beyond the CBK


      Required Breadth (24 credits)
      - BEINDP 740 Persuasion and Negotiation (2 cr)
      - FNBSLW 735 Business Valuation Using Financial Statements  (3 cr)
      - ITSCM 745  Strategic Technology and Innovation Management (2 cr)
      - ITSCM 770 Fundamentals of Project Management ( 2 cr)
      - MANGEMNT 757 Leadership Development (3 cr)
      - MANGEMNT 787 Business Policy and Strategy (3 cr)
      - MARKETNG 731 Quantitative Analysis for Business (3 cr)
      - MARKETNG 747 Marketing Strategy (2 cr)

      - Select one class from:
            - ECON 736 Business Conditions Analysis (2 cr)
            - ECON 737 Managerial Economics (2 cr)

      Select one class from:
           - MANGEMNT 759 Social Responsibility of Business ( 2 cr)
           - MARKETNG 766 Ethics in the Marketplace (2 cr)


      Elective (3 credits)

      Emphasis (9 credits).  All students must select at least one emphasis .  Courses can not be used to satisfy requirements in more than one emphasis.


      Finance
      FNBSLW 739 Financial Planning Process
      FNBSLW 750 Real Estate Finance & Investment
      FNBSLW 755 Multinational Business Finance
      FNBSLW 760 Financial Markets
      FNBSLW 770 Capital Budgeting
      FNBSLW 780 Portfolio Theory & Practice
      FNBSLW 785  Financial Modeling 


      Human Resource Management
      MANGEMNT 751 Staffing and Evaluation
      MANGEMNT 752 Current Issues in Compensation & Benefits
      MANGEMNT 753 Training & Development
      MANGEMNT 758 Management & Labor Relations
      MANGEMNT 760 Strategic Management of Human Resources 


      Information Technology Management
      ITSCM 772 IT Service Management
      ITSCM 774 Data Analytics and Business Intelligence
      ITSCM 776 Business Process Innovation and Management
      ITSCM 760 Topics in IT Management
      ITSCM 780 Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity


      International Business
      ECON 758 Advanced International Economics
      FNBSLW 755 Multinational Business Finance
      ITSCM 763 Global Operations Management
      MANGEMNT 777 International Management
      MARKETNG 761 International Business (Marketing) 


      Management
      MANGEMNT 738 Management of Innovation
      MANGEMNT 764 Sustainable Management
      MANGEMNT 770 Organizational Design
      MANGEMNT 771 Strategic Management
      MANGEMNT 777 International Management


      Marketing
      MARKETNG 751 Buyer Behavior
      MARKETNG 761 International Business (Marketing)
      MARKETNG 765 Advertising and Promotion Management
      MARKETNG 767 Strategic Marketing for Entrepreneurs
      MARKETNG 770 Product Innovation and Pricing
      MARKETNG 772 Internet Marketing
      MARKETNG 774 Strategic Marketing Planning
      MARKETNG 780 Seminar in Current Marketing Topics 


      Project Management
      ITSCM 785 Applied Project Management - REQUIRED
      ITSCM 765 Topics in Project Management
      ITSCM 769 Quality Issues in Operations
      ITSCM 780 Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity
      ITSCM 782 Global Project Management
      MANGEMNT  764 Sustainability Management


      Supply Chain Management
      MANGEMNT 738 Management of  Innovation
      ITSCM 761 Supply Chain Systems
      ITSCM 763 Global Operations Management
      ITSCM 768 Global Operations Strategy
      ITSCM 769 Quality Issues in Operations


      Customized
      9 credits of electives numbered above 730 as approved by an advisor

       

    24. Curricular Action: New Certificate Program from the College of Business and Economics: Graduate Business Foundations Certificate

    25. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION


    26. Curricular Action: Course Revision from the Department of Special Education: SPECED 701: Advanced Methodology and Practice in Special Education
    27. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Special Education: SPECED 709: Advanced Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
    28. Curricular Action: New Course from the Department of Special Education: SPECED 710: Advanced Applications in Applied Behavior Analysis
    29. Curricular Action: New Certificate Program: Graduate Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis
    30. Curricular Action: Change of Major from the Department of Special Education: MSE-Special Education

    ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION


    1. Creation of New Course Prefix - ITSCM
    2. Creation of New Course Prefix - CIBME

c: Chancellor Telfer, Provost Kopper, Associate Vice Chancellor Cook, Deans, Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, Marketing and Media Relations