Friday, October 27, 2006- 2:00 p.m.
City Park Campus – Isaac Delgado Hall (Building 1, Room 308E)
Call to Order
Curriculum Committee Meeting was called to order at 2:06p.m. by Harold Gaspard, Chair.
Present were: Lester Adelsberg Leroy Kendrick
Mary Bartholomew Anne LaVance
Chris H. Doyle Wesley Payne
Sheila Hickman Dolores Smith
Lenetra Jefferson Tim Stamm
to other business: Donna Alley Cheryl Myers
Janet Colletti Max Reichard
Arnel Cosey Suzanne Riche
Greg Dawson Vance Roux
Linda Kieffer Dianne Thames
Mary Ellen Logan Elizabeth Wilson
Guests were: Lillian Grosse Erin Sanders
Sandra Prince-Madison Jeffrey Scanlan
Minutes of Meeting – October 6, 2006
The Minutes of the meeting of October 6, 2006 were reviewed. Motion to accept minutes
Jefferson; Second: Leroy Kendrick; Carried, Unanimously]
urriculum Operations Report
Tim Stamm reported that all curriculum operations from the October 6, 2006 meeting were approved by the Vice
Chancellor for Learning & Student Development with the exception of Agenda Items VII.f. and VII.g.: BUSG-210:
Business Ethics as a new course and as an addition to the list of approved courses used to fulfill a Humanities General
Education Requirement. Both proposals remain under consideration with the Vice Chancellor.
Vice Chancellor’s Charge for the Curriculum Committee & Report on Curriculum Actions
Delete “Professional Preparation for Licensure Examination” listing of courses from the College
Catalog (p. 160, 2006-2007). This grouping of 24 credit hours does not lead to a credential of any type, nor
does it adequately prepare students to take the NCQID Licensure Examination. Motion to accept proposal.
[Motion: Mary Bartholomew; Second: Tom Gruber; Carried, Unanimously]
Office of Curriculum & Program Development/GSTD
Approval of the Catalog Description for the Certificate of General Studies (CGS). Motion
to accept proposal.
[Motion: Wesley Payne; Second: Mary Bartholomew; Carried, Unanimously]
Concept of New Program:
Concept: A Technical Diploma (TDIP) for Interior Design. This 60 credit
hour program is designed for students holding credentials (Associate Degree or above) in disciplines other
than Interior Design who wish to qualify to take the NCQID Licensing Examination. The 60 hours of
professional interior design courses are mandated by NCQID. Motion to accept proposal.
Bartholomew; Second: Lenetra Jefferson; Carried, Unanimously]
Business & Technology/Business, Mathematics, & Technology/BUSG
Concept of New Program:
Concept: A Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) in Entrepreneurship. This
33 credit hour program is designed to prepare students to start, maintain, and grow their own business with
success. Motion to accept proposal.
[Motion: Mary Bartholomew; Second: Sheila Hickman; Carried,
Old Business None
Next Meeting: November 17, 2006