Curricular Items

Advanced to the President
The following have been approved by the Senate Curriculum Committee and forwarded to the president for review and approval:

New Courses and Intellectual Foundations Designations:
NATURAL SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
BIO 105: Biotechnology Applications and Issues

TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
ENG 380: The History of the Printed Book

Course Revisions and Intellectual Foundations Designations:
TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY
CHE 315: Environmental Chemistry and Technology
NFS 105: Food and People

NATURAL SCIENCE
NFS 102: Introductory Nutrition

SOCIAL SCIENCE
PSC 101: Introduction to Government and Politics

AMERICAN HISTORY
PSC 102: American Political Development (formerly Introduction to American Government)

New Courses:
FOR 122: Scientific Criminal Evidence Analysis
HIS 315: History of Classical and Medieval Thought
HIS 327: Colonial Latin America
(formerly submitted as HIS 303)
HIS 359: Germany and Central Europe, 1618–1918
HIS 403: The Italian Renaissance
HIS 630: Topics in Asian History
SLP 102: American Sign Language II
UNC 111: Career Planning in Theory and Practice

Course Revisions:
EDU 651: Early Literacy and Language Development
HIS 323: Classical Greece and Rome
MAT 161: Calculus I
PSC 200: Political Analysis
SLP 101: American Sign Language I

Intellectual Foundations Designations:
ORAL COMMUNICATION
PSY 472: Seminar on Psychology

NATURAL SCIENCE
SCI 105: Physical Science for Non-science Students