Curricular Actions

From the President
I have approved the following curricular items, which have been recommended by the appropriate dean, the College Senate, and the provost:

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 Improving Mathematics in the Elementary School
HIS 323 Classical Greece and Rome
MAT 161 Calculus
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