January 14, 2019


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TAMU Faculty Senate Meeting Minutes
January 14, 2019
3:15pm
Rudder 601
http://facultysenate.tamu.edu
 
 
CALL TO ORDER
Speaker Harlin called the meeting to order at 3:15pm.
 
 
GUEST SPEAKERS
Speaker Harlin introduced guest speaker Chancellor John Sharp.
 
John Sharp
Chancellor John Sharp started by thanking the Senators for their service.  He spoke about his recent trip to Los Alamos with the special committee of the Regents:
  • Texas A&M is the only university involved at Los Alamos other than Cal Berkeley.
  • Students who are interested in serving as interns are encouraged to apply.
  • The budget is about $2.7 billion a year; the Regents are trying to figure out how to route some of this money to Texas A&M research at the flagship.
  • There are 36 square miles of space at Los Alamos, and they do more than nuclear-related research.Chancellor Sharp then spoke about the         RELLIS campus:
  • The only way that Texas A&M (in College Station) will be involved academically is to supply some faculty to the campus.
    • There are currently ~1600 students; this number is expected to grow.
    • Students will go to Blinn College for two years and will then will either leave, or go on to one of the ten regional Texas A&M Universities in the System.
  • In terms of research, Texas A&M will be fully involved.
    • The Center for Infrastructure Renewal is up and running; the only such center open for 12 months a year in the northern hemisphere.
    • TTI is building their headquarters at RELLIS.
    • Blinn has a new academic building; we will be building an academic complex.
    • There will be a 45-megawatt data center; the contract will require them to participate with faculty and students at Texas A&M in research, and to hire students.  Forty-six corporations are already on board to be a part of this data center.
    • The Army Futures Command is looking for a testing site and are considering RELLIS. 
      Chancellor Sharp stated that the hotel on campus is finished and a percentage of the profits go to the President’s Office; after 30 years, it becomes wholly owned by Texas A&M University.  He next addressed the state legislative session:
  • In 2002, the state legislature contributed 55% of the general revenue at Texas A&M; today it is 35%. 
  • Today, tuition and fees contribute 65% of revenue.  As the University grows along with the population of Texas, the state is not keeping up with the revenue growth of its universities.
  • The Regents will ask the legislature for full formula funding to pay for new students, expenses and inflation.
  • Hazlewood is a particular problem: the tuition loss from Hazlewood is about $24 million, about five million of that is for veterans’ own education, and rest is for legacy (children of veterans).  They will continue to ask the legislature to pay for this rather than having our students pay for it. 
  • There are several line items in the budget that the Regents follow closely in the legislature:
    • The Texas sea grant.
    • Energy resources.
  • The request for a tuition revenue bond of $75 million for lab space, instructional lab, and innovation learning space.Chancellor Sharp shared that this year the legislature has some money due to oil revenues; the revenue estimate is $6 billion over last year and will offer some flexibility. Additionally there is $15 billion in the rainy day fund, which can be used at the legislature’s discretion.
     
    The Texas Research University Fund is our second major source of funding, and it is at $35 million; only Texas A&M and UT share in this fund.  Texas A&M relies on the formula funding and will ask legislators for it to be fully funded.  The tuition revenue bond is $20 million for the data center, and $75 million for the instructional laboratory and innovative learning facility.  Regional campuses are also requesting funds.
     
    Due to the excellent job of Texas A&M’s Extension offices throughout the state who helped in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Governor is asking for transfer of the Texas Division of Emergency Management from DPS in Austin to the Texas A&M System.  The Texas A&M System will now be in charge of managing emergencies throughout the state out of our Extension offices.
     
  • Building on campus: 
    • Music Activities Center will be finished in a few months.
    • Track and softball stadiums almost done.
    • The Hotel should be the choice for conferences as funds flow back to the University.
    • Near the “ring” by the Alumni Center, some former students plan to landscape the area with a lake and path around the lake.
    • Spending on construction has been about a billion dollars a year for the last five years. 
 
  • Other items of interest:
    • This flagship has doubled the number of National Academy members in the last five years.
    • The System will continue to oppose funding of a veterinary school at other Texas universities.
    • Dean of Agriculture Patrick Stover is looking at creating an institute that would set the trends for healthy and quality agricultural methods. 
Chancellor Sharp then opened the floor for questions.
 
Debjyoti Banerjee, College of Engineering
Senator Banerjee asked if the University has a SWOT analysis regarding its finances, considering political changes.  Chancellor Sharp answered that our strength is the permanent University fund, of which we receive one-third with two-third’s going to UT.  As long as revenue comes in from the Permian Basin oil, this will be well funded.  This allows Texas A&M to collaborate on beneficial projects with the regional campuses.  It is always an Texas A&M top priority to protect this fund.
 
Jorge Alvarado, College of Engineering
Senator Alvarado commented on the population growth in Texas, and asked the Chancellor what he thought was the best plan: to grow the College Station campus or the regional campuses.  Chancellor Sharp said that this campus is not under his purview but under President Young’s, so he would not step on his toes.  However, as a land grant university in a state with a growing population, it is the University’s responsibility to educate the young populace, and that Texas A&M has not capped its enrollment.  The regional colleges are also growing and this will continue.  Students not accepted into the flagship are encouraged to attend one of the ten regionals, which have the potential to grow faster.

Matt Kane, Texas A&M Galveston
Senator Kane shared that one of the things hindering their ability to do things for the maritime industry is the lack of a training ship.  He thanked the Chancellor for his efforts so far in acquiring such a ship and asked about the future prospects of the ship for the Maritime Academy.  Chancellor Sharp shared that he has been to DC multiple times regarding the ship, and that Senator Collins from Maine believes she should be next in line for a ship.  While supporting this and acknowledging we are third in line, the Gulf Coast does not have a ship so we have to rent time from other ships in order for students from all over the region to get their training.  While the House approved three ships, the Senate did not. Senator Cornyn and the Regents will continue to fight for this ship for Galveston.
 
Speaker Harlin thanked Chancellor Sharp who left the podium to applause by Senators.
 
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Speaker Harlin shared there would be several announcements and first welcomed to the podium Traci Lacy, Associate Director of Partnership Services in the Office of the Provost to talk about the Fulbright Workshop and Reception (tlacy@tamu.edu).  The workshop will be on Tuesday, February 26 from 3:00-5:00pm in 601 Rudder, followed by the reception from 5:00-7:00pm.  They have scheduled the workshop earlier this year to allow plenty of time for faculty to prepare their proposals due August 1.  Ms. Lacy encouraged faculty who know a young, up and coming faculty member they think might benefit, to talk to them about Fulbright.  Anyone can go to ppo.tamu.edu, go to the faculty link and drop down to “Fulbright.”  People can also watch the live stream via TTVN, and she will be posting the video of the workshop on the website afterwards.  Ms. Lacy left pamphlets and brochures on the table near the elevators so people could take them. 
 
Speaker Harlin next introduced Catharina Laporte, Senator from the College of Liberal Arts, Chairperson of the Teaching & Transformational Learning Technologies Committee (TTLTC) to inform the Faculty Senate on the Learning Management System Change,
https://cio.tamu.edu/it-governance/committees/ttltc/lms-sc/index.php.
Senator Laporte announced that the ecampus technology would be changing as the contract for it is expiring in August 2021.  The Committee is taking the last three years of this technology’s (Blackboard Learn) contract to explore other learning management systems.  They decided on three products to review and sample: Canvas, Blackboard Ultra, and Brightspace.  Interested parties may go to the website (link above) and find their departmental representative.  The timeline for the review can be found on the website, and includes workshops to sample the products.  Every faculty member has been given a login and is encouraged to participate in this process.  Flyers with the dates and link were distributed to all Senators.
 
Ira Greenbaum, College of Science
Senator Greenbaum asked for clarification on who can access these “sandboxes” for trial.  Senator Laporte responded that everyone who had an account for Blackboard last semester has had a password set up for them that they can retrieve by visiting the link (above).  If they do not, they can contact the Help Desk for assistance.
 
Speaker Harlin next introduced Assistant Provost Tim Scott to give an update on First Year Experience (FYE) of the Student Success Initiative.  Dr. Scott shared a handout with Senators on the evolution of the FYE, and then spoke about what has happened since hearing concerns from the November 2018 Senate meeting.  In late November, they made the decision to pilot the program to with many fewer students rather than a full mandate in 2019.  They also formed a FYE Advisory Committee, with 13 faculty members on the committee, of whom six are Faculty Senators.  On December 17, Meredith Malnar, Director of First Year Experience, and Dr. Scott attended the Faculty Senate’s Academic Affairs Committee meeting, answered questions, and provided feedback.  The FYE Committee continues to
 
meet to define the common outcome and what it will look like, with the intention of coming back to the Senate for consultation and to seek approval going forward.  The handout also includes the units who have asked for briefing on the FYE and how they might participate. 
 
Dr. Scott also wanted to share that they had brought in two experts on FYE, Cassandra Alvarado from the University of Texas, and Tim Rennick from Georgia State.  Both of these institutions have had remarkable achievements with four-year graduation rates and reducing achievement disparities.  Both have implemented first year experience although the models are very different: Georgia State embedded it in the curriculum and mandated that faculty teach it, while the University of Texas did not offer it as a for-credit course citing it was not academic content, but offered it as a 0-credit course and not required for graduation.  Texas A&M have followed this second model, choosing not to place a greater burden on faculty, although faculty who are interested in teaching a small group are encourage to do so.  UT opens it up to any professional staff member.  At this point, Dr. Scott paused for questions.
 
Clint Magill, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Senator Magill sought clarification on the mandate.  Dr. Scott responded that they have opted for the FYE not to be part of a degree or graduation requirement, but believes all freshmen should attend.  If they refuse, there is nothing to compel the student. 
 
Jorge Alvarado, College of Engineering
Senator Alvarado asked that while the FYE is not a graduation requirement, it would be up to the department to make that decision, which Dr. Scott confirmed.  Senator Alvarado received greater clarification from Senator Angie Price Hill on the first year requirement within Engineering.
 
Speaker Harlin asked if Dr. Scott could share the names of the six Faculty Senators on the FYE Committee, which he did: Angie Hill Price, Gonzalo Rivera, Andrew Klein, Catharina Laporte, Dan Collins, and Hamed Aly Ismail.  She then shared her appreciation of how responsive the Provost’s Office has been to the Senate’s concerns and that when implementation occurs it will be beneficial to all students.
 
 
SPEAKER COMMENTS
Speaker Harlin began her comments with a welcome back from Winter break, encouraging everyone to enjoy the people in our lives, and to choose joy in all aspects of our lives. She then shared the recent Faculty Senate highlights:
  • The Task Force on the Dean and Department Head SAP met January 11 and have another meeting scheduled for January 18.  The Committee is making significant progress in creating a draft to share for review later this spring.  Thank you to Senators Claire Katz, Clint Magill, Deb Banerjee, Adam Kolasinski, Jose Fernandez-Solis, Angie Hill Price, Jay Ramadoss, and Grace Townsend for serving on this important committee.
  • An update on the scheduled Speakers for the spring Senate meetings.  In February, Dr. Mark Barteau, Vice President for Research; in March, Dr. John August, Dean of Faculties; in April, Scott Woodward, the Athletic Director and members of his team; and in May, Robin Means-Coleman, Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity will be here with members of her team.  If Senators have specific questions for our guests to address, they should let the Senate Office know two weeks prior to the Senate meeting.
  • Some of our Senators will be participating in the Orange and Maroon Day in Austin in February.  Thank you to Andrew Klein, Speaker Elect, for organizing our efforts.  Thank you to Andrew Klein, Angie Hill Price, Jim Woosley, Alva Ferdinand, and Dale Rice for taking the time to attend this important meeting with our former students, UT colleagues, and legislators in Austin.
  • Senators should be on the lookout for an RSVP for the Joint Meeting with University of Texas on Monday, March 4, in Austin.  Though not everyone will be able to attend, we hope to send a large cohort to Austin for this meeting.  Transportation will be provided to Austin and back with lunch provided by the UT Faculty Council. So, mark your calendar for Monday, March 4, and look for the RSVP form in your inbox soon. This will be a great opportunity to engage with our colleagues at UT-Austin.
  • As a reminder, the March Senate meeting has moved from March 11 to March 18 due to Spring Break.
  • Now would be a good time for our committee chairs to look at the March calendar and determine if changes may need to happen for your committee meetings.  With the Joint meeting and the change of the Senate meeting, it is possible that there will be an overlap in activities.  If you need help scheduling a different location for your committee, please let Betsy know.
  • With the now historic government shutdown, contact Government Relations if your division or department has been impacted, particularly with access to federal funding.  
Speaker Harlin concluded her comments with congratulations on the start of another spring semester, wishing everyone success in what will be a busy time for all.
 
 
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The motion passed to approve the December 10, 2018 minutes as distributed.  Attachment A – Passed FS.36.265
 
CONSENT AGENDA
The motion passed to approve the Consent Agenda.  (Consent Agenda can be found below Adjournment.)
 
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
No unfinished business was conducted.
 
 
COMMITTEE REPORTS
 
Core Curriculum Council Course Report
There were no courses this month.
 
Other Committee Reports – Attachment A9 – Review Only – FS.36.473
At the December 10, 2018 Faculty Senate meeting, Committee Chairs provided brief oral summaries of their reports.  Two of the reports were heard at the January 14, 2019 meeting:
 
Matt Whiteacre – Budget Information Committee
Angie Hill Price – Legislative Affairs Committee
 
(Committee Reports, Attachment A9, found below Consent Agenda.)
 
 
OLD BUSINESS
No old business was conducted.
 
NEW BUSINESS
Proposed Revisions to Student RulesAttachment B9 – Passed – FS.36.474
Rule 24.1.16                Student Conduct Code
Rule 24.4.3                  Student Conduct Code
Rule 24.4.23                Student Conduct Code
Rule 27.5                     Sanctions
Rule 62.2                     First Professional Appeals Panel
 
The motion was passed to approve Attachment B9 as presented.
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
Speaker-Elect Klein asked for any business for the Committee of the Whole.
David Earnest, College of Medicine
In light of the recent email to the campus celebrating the anniversary of Workday, Senator Earnest felt it was important to share some serious concerns relating to the role of Workday in the hiring of staff.  This has become an urgent concern for those hiring research staff.  He was told it would take a minimum of three months just to post a position.  In his 25 years at A&M prior to Workday, Senator Earnest found that it took a maximum of one to two weeks to post a position.  He was further told that the entire process including interviewing and onboarding would take a minimum of six months.  He is currently four months into the process of hiring under his grant and still has not hired anybody.  He has been informed by various business offices that part of the problem is in the duplicity of processes, in which there are two tiers of the same approvals required.  A second problem is the lack of sufficient personnel in both the college business offices as well as the main HR office.  The problem this presents for researchers is that if they have a short, two-year grant, a six-month delay in project start-up reflects poorly onto the researcher’s productivity and reputation in terms of future funding.
 
Senator Earnest then read a quotation from his colleague, Senator Paul de Figueiredo, regarding the impact on his large, $15.2 million contract with the Department of Defense.  The team was expected to hire twelve staff members in two months, but the delays caused by Workday put their grant in jeopardy. He believes that if the University wants to be competitive on such large grants with government agencies, Workday must be immediately replaced with a functional system.
 
Angie Hill Price, College of Engineering
Senator Hill Price started by seconding the previous concerns.  The item she brought to the Committee of the Whole concerned parking at RELLIS.  A&M built a parking garage at RELLIS, but since it is not an A&M facility they plan on charging for parking for everyone at a pro-rated rate, rather than wait to implement these charges in the fall of 2019.  There are people who have scheduled to teach classes there without this information who might otherwise have chosen not to teach there.
 
Speaker Harlin added that while most people think of RELLIS as the new buildings, a number of departments operate in the older buildings that comprise the whole 2500 acres.  Many of these old buildings have unpaved lots that are not maintained.  Faculty was informed in December that anyone who has a Texas A&M permit will have to also pay for parking at RELLIS, too late to make any changes to courses.  She was informed in a meeting with Transportation that not just faculty but students will now be able to add parking there for $110, pro-rated from February.  This includes parking in all lots, not just the new garage.  Transportation will not budge from their desire to have everyone pay for parking at RELLIS.  They did say they would be providing bus service picking up at MSC and Wehner, but no pick up on west campus, and dropping off only at the new lots.  The distance from the new lots to a building such as Agriculture’s is about a mile through muddy fields.
 
Catharina Laporte, College of Liberal Arts
Senator Laporte expressed similar concerns by the department of Architecture.  They have an Architecture lab at RELLIS that is mainly staffed by volunteers who have been able to park for free in the gravel lot.  Now they are expected to pay for parking in an unpaved lot.  Additionally, professors who teach there did not know they would have to pay for parking and would not have signed up to teach there if they had known.  She suggested that the Senate or collective departments as one voice put forth a motion for a reciprocal parking agreement such as the Galveston campus has. 
 
Senator Laporte also expressed concerns for the hiring in Workday.  She hired two people last semester who worked the first five months without pay due to Workday problems, and felt this was totally unacceptable.
 
Speaker-Elect Klein asked Senator Laporte if she would like a motion to move forward in the Senate today, or if she would accept the issue being taken up by the Executive Committee.  She expressed a desire that small departments who are impacted be given a voice on this issue.
 
Speaker-Elect Klein shared that the issue can be moved out of the Committee of the Whole into the meeting where a motion could be made if 75% of the body so approves.
 
Stefanie Harris, College of Liberal Arts
Senator Harris expressed concerns about the Workday hiring issue.  Her department is trying to do a faculty hire, and have a completely separate, redundant process because none of the materials can be loaded into Workday.  All of the materials are being sent to her assistant who is loading everything into eCampus for the search committee.  She asked if the Dean of Faculties Office knows of movement in proceeding with Interfolio for faculty hiring.
 
As Executive Associate Dean of Faculties Blanca Lupiani approached the microphone, Speaker-Elect Klein congratulated her on the just announced appointment for her to be the new Dean of Faculties.
 
Blanca Lupiani, Office of the Dean of Faculties
Dr. Lupiani thanked everyone for the recognition.  The Dean of Faculties (DoF) Office has finished paperwork for Interfolio and has met with them regarding implementation, but it will take around six months before it is functional.  It will not replace Workday, but should be integrative once it is set up. 
 
Angie Hill Price, College of Engineering
Senator Hill Price proposed surveying the departments across campus to see if and how they are impacted by the new parking charges at RELLIS, especially the departments who have a longstanding presence there.  This can then inform our resolution.
 
Speaker-Elect Klein shared that Speaker Harlin is happy to work on such a survey, so we will not move on a motion or resolution at this time.
 
Speaker-Elect Klein turned the meeting back over to Speaker Harlin.
 
 
ADJOURN
 
The meeting was adjourned at 4:43pm.
 
ATTACHMENTS BELOW: Approved Consent Agenda, Committee Reports
GRADUATE COUNCIL 
New Courses – Attachments B1, B2, B3 – Passed – FS.36.266
AERO 604     Aerospace Structural Design
ANSC 639     Bacterial Genomics
ARCH 645    Seminar in Architectural Theory
ARCH 659     Digital Architectural Photography
CPSY 600     Counseling Theories for School Counselors
CSCE 701     Foundations of Cybersecurity
CSCE 705     Introduction to Computing Systems
CSCE 713     Software Security
CYBR 604     Data Analytics for Cybersecurity
ENGR 611    Enterprise Basics for Technical Entrepreneurs
ENGR 612    Sales, Operations, and Manufacturing for Technology Companies
ENGR 621    Technology Company Management, Leadership, and Corporate Culture
ENGR 661    Product Lean Launch for Engineers
ENGR 662    Engineering Entrepreneurship Hour
EPSY 660     Single Case Experimental Design Research Methodology
ESET 633      Advanced Wireless Instrumentation and Control
ESET 644      Embedded Intelligent System Design
ESET 681      Seminar
ESET 692      Professional Study
INTA 644      Post Conflict Recovery and Development
ISEN 658      Principles of Manufacturing Processes
ISEN 671      Human Error and Resilient System Design
LAW 765       Fiduciary and Risk Management
LAW 766       Income Tax For Financial Planners
LAW 767       Legal Risk Management
LAW 768       Advanced Wealth Management
LAW 769       Anti-Money Laundering and Bank Secrecy
LAW 770       Cybersecurity
LAW 771       Introduction to Risk Management
LAW 772       Ethical Decision Making in Wealth and Risk Management
LAW 773       Financial Innovations
LAW 774       Introduction to Wealth Management
LAW 775       Risk Management and Information Systems
LAW 776       Financial and Portfolio Management
LAW 777       Estate, Insurance and Annuity
LAW 778       Counterterrorism
LAW 779       Epayments Law and Business
LAW 780       Government Contracts
LAW 781       International Litigation
LAW 782       International Trade Law
LAW 783       International Petroleum Transactions
LAW 784       LARW III-Environmental Litigation Drafting
LAW 785       LARW III-Oil and Gas Drafting
LAW 787       Law and Economics
LAW 788       Legislative Process
LAW 789       Military Justice
LAW 790       Spanish for Lawyers
LAW 792       Dispute Resolution For Business
LAW 793       Arbitration
LAW 794       Cannabis Law, Policy & Business
LAW 795       Mediation-Theory, Law and Ethics
LAW 796       Borderlands Law
LAW 797       Fashion Law
LAW 798       Navigating Business-Government Litigation
LAW 7007     Alternate Dispute Resolution Survey
LAW 7101     Immigrant Rights Clinic
LAW 7121     Advanced Clinic
LAW 7124     Core Commercial Concepts
LAW 7155     Fashion Law
LAW 7175     Transfer Pricing
LAW 7193     Business Organizations and FCPA
LAW 7196     Case Evaluation and Client Relationships
LAW 7199     Trial Advocacy for Mock Trial Students
LAW 7200     Moot Court Appellate Advocacy
LAW 7201     Arbitration
LAW 7207     Borderlands Law - Contemporary Legal Issues Relating to the U.S.-Mexico Border
LAW 7284     Natural Resource Systems Capstone
LAW 7333     Mediation Theory Law and Ethics
LAW 7334     Mediation
LAW 7338     Texas Water Law
LAW 7411     Comparative Law
LAW 7413     Cannabis Law, Policy and Business
LAW 7419     Communications Law
LAW 7489     Crimmigration
LAW 7515     International Taxation
LAW 7534     Suing and Defending the Government
LAW 7600     Law and Economics Seminar
LAW 7777     LARWIII-Criminal Law Drafting
LAW 7817     Transactional Bootcamp
LAW 7818     Judicial Clerkship Bootcamp
LAW 7830     Global Lawyering
LAW 7842     Externship II
LAW 7860     Community Development Clinic
LAW 7861     Community Legal Access Clinic
LAW 7862     Criminal Defense Clinic
LAW 7863     Trademark Clinic
LAW 7864     Patent Clinic
LAW 7868     Trademark and Copyright Clinic
LAW 7882     Mediation Skills Workshop
LAW 7911     Professional Identity Teaching Assistant
MEEN 693    Solar Energy Engineering
MEEN 694    Comparative Biomechanics
MMET 610    Cyber-Enabled Manufacturing
MMET 612    Manufacturing Supply-Chain Capability Management
MMET 629    Technical Project and Personnel Supervision
MMET 641    Data Analysis, Simulation and Experimental Methods for Industry
MMET 651    Advanced Materials Technology
MMET 652    Advanced Manufacturing Technology
MMET 661    Product and System Lifecycle Management
MMET 681    Seminar
MMET 692    Professional Study
MXET 635     Advanced Applied Dynamics for Mechatronic Systems
MXET 681     Seminar
MXET 692     Professional Study
PETE 660      Technical Writing and Presentations for Petroleum Engineer’s
PHPM 655    Survey Design for Public Health Research and Practice
PLAN 622     Critical Place Studies-Theory, Research & Practice
POLS 640     Public Administration and Public Policy
POLS 658     American Public Policy
POLS 659     Federalism and Multi-Level Governance
SOCI 634      Sociology of Community
SPMT 660     Compliance in Intercollegiate Athletics
VMID 947     Specialty Clinical Rotation
WGST 681    Seminar in Women's and Gender Studies
WMHS 684   Professional Internship
 
Change in Courses – Attachment C – Passed – FS.36.267
AEGD 611            Advanced Clinical Endodontics I
CSCE 636            Deep Learning
CSCE 681            Seminar
ECEN 605            Linear Multivariable Systems
ECEN 610            Mixed-Signal Interfaces
ECEN 632            Motor Drive Dynamics
ECEN 640            Thin Film Science and Technology
EMED 800            Emergency Medicine Clerkship
ESPY 637             Qualitative Grounded Theory Methodologies
EPSY 642             Meta-Analysis of Behavioral Research
IMED 800             Internal Medicine Clerkship
LAW 614               Principles of Secured Transactions
LAW 620               Antitrust
LAW 622               Principles of Intellectual Property
LAW 632               Advanced Criminal Procedure
LAW 641               Legal Research for Clients
LAW 667               Legal Analysis and Writing for Clients
LAW 674               Land Use Law
LAW 704               Remedies
LAW 7021             Criminal Law
LAW 7116             Low Income Tax Clinic
LAW 7127            Antitrust
LAW 7204             Advanced Criminal Procedure
LAW 7259             Information Privacy Law
LAW 7376             Local Government Law
LAW 7383S          The Business Negotiator
LAW 7426             The Lawyer in Government Seminar
LAW 7484             Remedies
LAW 7616             Advanced Criminal Procedure Seminar
LAW 7707S          Negotiation Theory and Practice Practicum
LAW 7835             Externship
LAW 7839             Residency Externship
LAW 7865S          Family and Veterans Advocacy Clinic
LAW 7867             Entrepreneurship Law Clinic
LAW 7869             Innocence Project
MEEN 603            Theory of Elasticity
MEEN 611            Advanced Internal Combustion Engines
MEEN 621            Fluid Mechanics
MEEN 663            Cogeneration Systems
MEEN 664            Energy Management in Commercial Buildings
MEEN 672            Introduction to Finite Element Method
MFCM 800            Family Medicine Clerkship
MPED 800            Pediatrics Clerkship
MPED 826            Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
MPED 829            Pediatric Acting Internship
MPSY 800            Psychiatry Clerkship
MRAD 800            Radiology Clerkship
NEXT 622             Teaching Medical Histology
OBGY 800            Obstetrics and Gynecology Clerkship
OBGY 809            Obstetrics and Gynecology Acting Internship
OCEN 681            Seminar
PSYC 684             Professional Internship
SURG 800            Surgery Clerkship
SURG 816            Surgery Acting Internship
VMID 964             Clinical Experience
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment D – Passed – FS.36.268
     College of Engineering
        Department of Mechanical Engineering
           MEEN 661             Principles of Composite Materials
 
Change in Programs Attachment E – Passed – FS.36.269
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Economics and International Affairs
            BA/MIA-ECON/INTA-BIA       Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts/Master of International Affairs
 
Change in Programs Attachment F – Passed – FS.36.270
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of International Studies and International Affairs
            BA/MIA-INTS/INTA-BIA        International Studies - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts and Master of International Affairs
 
Change in Programs Attachment G – Passed – FS.36.271
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Economics and Public Service & Administration
           BA/MPS-ECON/PSAA-BPS     Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts/Master of Public Service Administration
 
Change in Programs Attachment H – Passed – FS.36.272
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Political Science and Public Service & Administration
            BA/MPS-POLS/PSAA-BPS     Political Science - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts/Master of Public Service Administration
                
Change in Programs Attachment I – Passed – FS.36.273
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Sociology and Public Service & Administration
            BA/MPS-SOCI/PSAA-BPS      Sociology - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts/Master of Public Service Administration
                
Change in Programs Attachment J – Passed – FS.36.274
     College of Science
        Department of Mathematics
            BA/MS-MATH/MATH-FTR      Mathematics - 5-Year Bachelor of Arts/Master of Science in Mathematics

Change in Programs Attachment K – Passed – FS.36.275
     Mays Business School
        Departments of Accounting and Finance
           BBA/MFM-ACCT/FINM-YF5   Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Master of Financial               Management, 5-Year Degree Program
 
Change in Programs Attachment L – Passed – FS.36.276
     Mays Business School
        Departments of Accounting and Business
           BBA/MS-ACCT/CLBA-YR5     Accounting- 5-Year Bachelor of Business Administration/Master of Science
 
Change in Programs Attachment M – Passed – FS.36.277
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Economics and International Affairs
           BS/MIA-ECON/INTA-BIA       Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of International Affairs
 
Change in Programs Attachment N – Passed – FS.36.278
     College of Architecture
        Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
           BS/MLP-URPN/LPDV-ALP     Urban & Regional Planning - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Land and Property Development
 
Change in Programs Attachment O – Passed – FS.36.279
     College of Geosciences
Departments of Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography
           BS/MOS-METR/OCST-GOC  Meteorology - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Ocean Science and Technology
 
Change in Programs Attachment P – Passed – FS.36.280
     College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Bush School of Government & Public Service
Departments of Agricultural Economics and Public Service & Administration
           BS/MPS-AGEC/PSAA-BPS     Agricultural Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Public Service Administration
 
Change in Programs Attachment Q – Passed – FS.36.281
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
         Departments of Economics and Public Service & Administration
            BS/MPS-ECON/PSAA-BPS       Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Public Service Administration
 
Change in Programs Attachment R – Passed – FS.36.282
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
        Departments of Political Science and Public Service & Administration
         BS/MPS-POLS/PSAA-BPS     Political Science - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Public Service Administration
 
Change in Programs Attachment S – Passed – FS.36.283
     College of Liberal Arts and Bush School of Government & Public Service
         Departments of Sociology and Public Service & Administration
            BS/MPS-SOCI/PSAA-BPS      Sociology - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Public Service Administration
 
Change in Programs Attachment T – Passed – FS.36.284
     College of Science
Department of Mathematics
            BS/MS-APMS/MATH-FTR      Mathematics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Mathematics
 
Change in Programs Attachment U – Passed – FS.36.285
     College of Liberal Arts
        Department of Economics
            BS/MS-ECON/ECON-LEC       Economics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Economics
 
Change in Programs Attachment V – Passed – FS.36.286
     College of Education & Human Development
         Department of Health & Kinesiology
            BS/MS-KINE/ATTR-ETR        Kinesiology - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science
 
Change in Programs Attachment W – Passed – FS.36.287
     College of Science
         Department of Mathematics
            BS/MS-MATH/MATH-FTR      Mathematics - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Mathematics
 
Change in Programs Attachment X – Passed – FS.36.288
     College of Architecture
        Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
           BS/MUP-URPN/URPL-AUP    Urban & Regional Planning - 5-Year Bachelor of Science/Master of Urban Planning
 
Change in Programs Attachment Y – Passed – FS.36.289
     College of Dentistry
        Department of Dentistry
            CERT-AEGD          Advanced Education in General Dentistry – Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment Z – Passed – FS.36.290
     College of Architecture
        Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
            CERT-CG19      Environmental Hazard Management – Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment AA – Passed – FS.36.291
     College of Architecture
        Department of Architecture
            CERT-CG26       Health Systems and Design - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment BB – Passed – FS.36.292
     College of Architecture
         Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
            CERT-CG53      Sustainable Urbanism - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment CC – Passed – FS.36.293
     College of Dentistry
         Department of Endontics
            CERT-ENDO         Endodontics - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment DD – Passed – FS.36.294
     College of Engineering
         Department of Materials Science & Engineering
            CERT-MIND           Materials, Informatics and Design - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment EE – Passed – FS.36.295
     College of Dentistry
         Department of Diagnostic Sciences
            CERT-OMSR    Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment FF – Passed – FS.36.296
     College of Dentistry
         Department of Orthodontics
            CERT-ORTH     Orthodontics - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment GG – Passed – FS.36.297
     College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
         Department of Veterinary Medicine
            DVM-VTMD       Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Veterinary Medicine
 
Change in Programs Attachment HH – Passed – FS.36.298
     School of Law
        School of Law
            JD-JDLW     Juris Doctor
 
Change in Programs Attachment II – Passed – FS.36.299
     College of Medicine
        College of Medicine
            MD-MDMD        Combined Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJ – Passed – FS.36.300
     College of Education & Human Development
        Department of Educational Psychology
            MED-BIED             Master of Education in Bilingual Education
 
Change in Programs Attachment KK – Passed – FS.36.301
     College of Education & Human Development
        Department of Educational Psychology
            MED-EDTC            Master of Education in Educational Technology
 
Change in Programs Attachment LL – Passed – FS.36.302
     College of Education & Human Development
        Department of Educational Psychology
            MED-EPSY            Master of Education in Educational Psychology
 
Change in Programs Attachment MM – Passed – FS.36.303
     College of Education & Human Development
         Department of Educational Psychology
            MED-SPED            Master of Education in Special Education
 
Change in Programs Attachment NN – Passed – FS.36.304
     College of Geosciences
        Department of Geosciences
            MGS-GEOS           Master of Geoscience in Geoscience
 
Change in Programs Attachment OO – Passed – FS.36.305
     College of Education & Human Development
        Department of Educational Psychology
            MS-EPSY              Master of Science in Educational Psychology
 
Change in Programs Attachment PP – Passed – FS.36.306
     Texas A&M Galveston
        Departments of Marine Engineering Technology and Maritime Administration
           BS/MML-MARR/MAAL-GAD   Marine Engineering Technology- 5-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Maritime Admin & Logistics
  
Change in Programs Attachment QQ – Passed – FS.36.307
     Texas A&M Galveston
        Department of Marine Science
           BS/MMR-OCRE/MARM-GMR Ocean and Coastal Resources - 5-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Marine Resources Management

Special Consideration Item Attachment RR – Passed – FS.36.308
  College of Liberal Arts and School of Law
     Department of Philosophy and School of Law
            BA-BS/JD-PHIL-LJD               BA/JDLW-PHIL/LAW: Philosophy - 6-Year Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor

Special Consideration Item Attachment SS – Passed – FS.36.309
  College of Engineering
     Department of Materials Science & Engineering
            CERT-CG71          Corrosion Science and Engineering - Certificate

Special Consideration Item Attachment TT– Passed – FS.36.310
  College of Engineering
     Department of Engineering
            CERT-CYBE     Cybersecurity Engineering – Certificate

Special Consideration Item Attachment UU – Passed – FS.36.311
  College of Engineering
     Department of Engineering
            CERT-ENCC     Engineering Concept, Creation, and Commercialization - Certificate (Graduate)

Special Consideration Item Attachment VV – Passed – FS.36.312
  College of Engineering
     Department of Engineering
            CERT-ENPM         Engineering Project Management – Certificate
 
UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE 
New Courses – Attachment WW – Passed – FS.36.313
AGEC 117          Critical Thinking and Decision Making in Agricultural Economics
ALED 324           Leadership and Identity Development
BICH 406            Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Interactions
BMEN 484          Internship
CHEM 310          Elements of Physical Chemistry
CHEM 311          Physical Chemistry Laboratory
COMM 483         Health Communication Practicum
COMM 487         Communication, Diversity and Social Justice Capstone Experience
COMM 488         Global Media Practicum
CSCE 421           Machine Learning
CSCE 430           Problem Solving Programming Strategies
CYBR 201           Fundamentals of Cybersecurity
CYBR 403           Cybersecurity Risk
ECEN 340           Electric Energy Conversion
ECEN 466           Unconditionally Secure Electronics
ENGR 262          Engineering Entrepreneurship Hour
ENGR 399          Engineering Honors
ENGR 499          Grand Challenge Scholars Program
ENTO 455           Field Entomology in the Tropics
ESSM 446          Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Remote Sensing
FILM 484            Internship in Film Studies
HIST 212            Holy War
HIST 303            History and Memory
HIST 409            Youth in Modern Asia: Rebellions and Conformities
HIST 425            The Sacred and Profane in History
HIST 468            Latinx Civil Rights Movement
ITDE 201            Foundations of Interdisciplinary Engineering
JOUR 359           Reporting Sports
KINE 325            Event and Tournament Operations for Coaches
LAND 210           Microclimatic Urban Design-Cool Solutions for Hot Cities
MATH 472          Elliptic Curve Crytography
MEEN 480          Research Methods and Experiences
OCEN 345          Theory of Ocean Engineering Structures
RELS 209           Religions of the Ancient World
RELS 356           Ritual and Expression in Ancient Religions
RELS 420           Religion and the Environment
RELS 481           Advanced Seminar in Religious Studies
RPTS 472           Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for Youth Development Organizations
SOMS 181          Developing and Instructing Others
SOMS 281          Fundamentals of Intentional Leadership
SPAN 414           Mexican Cinema and Culture
SPAN 423           Soccer in the Hispanic World
URPN 203          Smart Cities-Bit, Bots and Beyond
URPN 240          More Than Monuments - Preservation as Social Justice
URPN 420          Principles of Urban Design
URPN 467          Land and Property Aspects of Sustainable Development
VIBS 101            Neuroscience Overview
VIBS 201            History of Neuroscience
VTPB 460           Mammalian Cell Pathobiology
 
New Courses – Attachment XX – Passed – FS.36.314
Texas A&M University at Galveston
DIVE 260            Scuba Diving III
GALV 101           Honors Seminar Connections
GALV 201           Honors Research Methods
GALV 401           Honors Service Learning Seminar
MARE 437          Applied Finite Element Analysis
 
Change in Courses – Attachment YY – Passed – FS.36.315
AERO 201            Introduction to Flight
AERO 211           Aerospace Engineering Mechanics
AERO 212           Introduction to Aerothermodynamics
AERO 214           Introduction to Aerospace Mechanics of Materials
AERO 304           Aerospace Structural Analysis I
AERO 310           Aerospace Dynamics
AERO 404           Mechanics of Advanced Aerospace Structures
AERO 430           Numerical Simulation
AERO 472           Airfoil and Wing Design
AGEC 335           Financial Readiness
ALEC 460           Applying International Development Theories in Agriculture
ALED 426           Leading and Training Adult Learners
ANTH 335           Cultures of Central Asia
ARCH 291           Research in Architecture Innovation
ARCH 491           Advanced Architecture Innovation Research
BAEN 477           Air Pollution Engineering
BESC 311           International Perspectives on Environmental Issues
BESC 403           Sampling and Environmental Monitoring
BIOL 100            Horizons in Biology
BIOL 113            Essentials in Biology
BMEN 101          Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
BMEN 321          Biomedical Electronics
BMEN 341          Biofluid Mechanics
BMEN 343          Introduction to Biomaterials
BMEN 344          Biological Responses to Medical Devices
BMEN 361          Biosolid Mechanics
BMEN 402          Biomedical Optics Laboratory
BMEN 420          Medical Imaging
BMEN 452          Mass and Energy Transfer in Biosystems
CHEN 204          Elementary Chemical Engineering
CHEN 476          Applied Catalysis
CHEN 482          Bioprocess Engineering
COMM 307         Communication Law and Policy
COMM 308         Research Methods in Communication
COMM 354         Money, Power and Communication
COSC 301          Construction Surveying
COSC 375          Estimating II
COSC 440          Interdisciplinary Capstone
COSC 441          Residential Capstone
COSC 442          Commercial Capstone
COSC 443          Industrial Capstone
COSC 446          Specialty Capstone
CSCE 120           Program Design and Concepts
CSCE 483           Computer Systems Design
CVEN 207           Introduction to the Civil Engineering Profession
CVEN 221           Engineering Mechanics-Statics
CVEN 306           Materials Engineering for Civil Engineers
ECEN 214           Electrical Circuit Theory
ECEN 303           Random Signals and Systems
ECEN 314           Signals and Systems
ECEN 325           Electronics
ECEN 440           Thin Film Technology and Device Application
ECEN 469           Advanced Computer Architecture
ECMT 461          Economic Data Analysis
ENGR 270          Engineering Projects in Community Service
ENTO 431           The Science of Forensic Entomology
ENTO 432           Applied Forensic Entomology
ESET 444           Building Energy Management Systems
FIVS 415             Practice and Principles of Science of Law
FIVS 435             Case Studies in Problem Solving
GEOG 352          GNSS in the Geosciences
GEOG 391          Geodatabases
GEOG 398          Interpretation of Aerial Photographs
GEOL 320           Geology for Civil Engineers
GEOS 101          Introduction to the Geosciences
HIST 221            History of Islam
HIST 304            Southwest Borderlands
HIST 307            Latinx History
HIST 322            History of the Iberian World
HIST 331            Medieval Mediterranean, 300-1453
HIST 347            Rise of Islam, 600-1258
HIST 418            Intellectual History from the Ancient Near East to the Early Middle Ages
HIST 447            Law and Society in the United States through Reconstruction
HIST 473            Women's History in the Modern U.S.
HIST 475            Empire and History
HLTH 331           Community Health
HORT 400          Field Studies in Horticulture
HORT 440          International Horticulture
IDIS 344              Distributor Information and Control Systems
ISEN 210            Fundmentals of Industrial Engineering
ISEN 434            Human Error and Resilient System Design
LBAR 203           Foundations of the Liberal Arts: Humanities
LBAR 204           Foundations of the Liberal Arts-Social Sciences
MATH 142          Business Calculus
MATH 300          Foundations of Mathematics
MATH 323          Linear Algebra
MATH 375          Intermediate Real Analysis
MATH 376          Intermediate Abstract Algebra
MATH 396          Communications in Mathematics
MATH 409          Advanced Calculus I
MATH 415          Modern Algebra I
MATH 423          Linear Algebra II
MATH 427          Introduction to Number Theory
MATH 431          Structures and Methods of Combinatorics
MATH 433          Applied Algebra
MATH 436          Introduction to Topology
MATH 467          Modern Geometry
MEEN 210          Geometric Modeling for Mechanical Design
MEEN 260          Mechanical Measurements
MEEN 315          Principles of Thermodynamics
MEEN 360          Materials and Manufacturing Selection in Design
MEEN 361          Materials and Manufacturing in Design Laboratory
MEEN 363          Dynamics and Vibrations
MEEN 368          Solid Mechanics in Mechanical Design
MKTG 325          Services Marketing and Retailing Concepts
MKTG 326          Innovations in Retailing
MSEN 201          Fundamentals of Materials Science and Engineering
MSEN 210          Thermodynamics of Materials
MSEN 250          Soft Matter
MSEN 260          Structure of Materials
MSEN 420          Polymer Science
MSEN 440          Materials Electrochemistry and Corrosion
MUST 221          Foundations of Museum Studies
NVSC 410           Fundamentals of Maneuver Warfare
OCEN 311          Fluid Statics and Dynamics
OCEN 362          Hydromechanics
OCNG 461          Advanced Oceanographic Data Analysis and Communication
PETE 225           Introduction to Drilling Systems
PETE 311           Reservoir Petrophysics
PHIL 282             Ethics in a Digital Age
PLPA 301           Plant Pathology
PSYC 235           Introduction to Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience 
PSYC 251           Survey of Industrial-Organizational Psychology
PSYC 306           Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 345           Human Cognitive Processes
RUSS 221           Field Studies I
RUSS 222           Field Studies II
SOMS 111          Principles of Academic and Personal Development
SPAN 301           Oral Expression
SPAN 318           Oral Communication for Health Professionals
VIST 465             Video and Time Based Media
VTPB 303           Medical Communication in the International Community
VTPB 405           Biomedical Microbiology
VTPB 408           Clinical Microbiology
WFSC 403          Animal Ecology
WFSC 406          Wildlife Habitat Management
WFSC 410          Principles of Fisheries Management
 
Change in Courses Attachment ZZ – Passed – FS.36.316
Texas A&M University at Galveston
MARA 301          Ocean Transportation I
MARA 363          The Management Process
MARA 401          Brokerage and Chartering
MARA 402          Inland Waterways
MARA 416          Port Operations, Administration and Economics
MARA 421          Admiralty Law
MARA 424          Economics of Transportation
MARA 435          Labor Law and Policy
MARA 440          Global Economy and Enterprise Management
MARA 470          Environmental Law
MARA 475          Business Leadership
MARA 485          Directed Studies
MARA 489          Special Topics in...
MARB 340          Tropical Marine Ecology
MARB 400          Biology of Marine Mammals
MARB 433          Applied Bioinformatics
MARB 460          Fisheries Population Dynamics
MARE 313          Heat Transfer
MARE 402          Shipboard Automation and Control
MARE 459          Mechanical Vibrations
MARS 428          Coastal Development and Human Health
MART 213          Liquefied Gas Tankers
MART 308          Fast Rescue Craft
MART 313          Marine Liquid Cargo Operations
MART 498          Maritime Medical Care
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment AAA – Passed – FS.36.317
     College of Engineering
        Department of Computer Science and Engineering
           CSCE 113             Intermediate Programming and Design
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment BBB – Passed – FS.36.318
     Texas A&M University Galveston
         Department of TASP/TSI Administration
            CAEN 101            Application of Learning Theory
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment CCC – Passed – FS.36.319        
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of TASP/TSI Administration
            CAEN 102            Career Awareness
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment DDD – Passed – FS.36.320
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Liberal Studies
          CAEX 001              Basic Mathematical Skills
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment EEE – Passed – FS.36.321
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Liberal Studies
          CAEX 002              Basic Writing Skills
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment FFF – Passed – FS.36.322         
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Liberal Studies
          CAEX 003              Basic Reading Skills
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment GGG – Passed – FS.36.323
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Liberal Studies
          CAEX 004              Reading/Writing Connection
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment HHH – Passed – FS.36.324
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
          MARB 312             Field Ichthyology
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment III – Passed – FS.36.325
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
          MARB 325            Biospeleology
 
Change in Courses – Inactivation Proposal – Attachment JJJ – Passed – FS.36.326
     Texas A&M University Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
          MARB 404            Behavioral Ecology of Marine Mammals and Seabirds of New Zealand
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKK – Passed – FS.36.327
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Anthropology
          BA-ANTH              Anthropology – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLL – Passed – FS.36.328
     College of Liberal Arts
        Department of Anthropology
            BA-ANTH-ATR      Anthropology - BA, Archaeology Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment MMM – Passed – FS.36.329
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-CLSS-CLC         Classics - BA, Classical Civilization Track
 
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNN – Passed – FS.36.330
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-CLSS-LGL        Classics - BA, Language and Literature Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOO – Passed – FS.36.331
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
         BA-COMM             Communication – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment PPP – Passed – FS.36.332
     College of Engineering
       Department of Computer Science & Engineering
         BA-COMP              Computing – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQ  – Passed – FS.36.333
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Economics
          BA-ECON              Economics - BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment RRR – Passed – FS.36.334
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of History
          BA-HIST                History – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment SSS – Passed – FS.36.335
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-GCS        International Studies - BA, Global Cultural Studies Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment TTT – Passed – FS.36.336
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-ICC         International Studies - BA, International Commerce Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment UUU – Passed – FS.36.337
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-ICM         International Studies - BA, International Communication and Media Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment VVV – Passed – FS.36.338
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-IES          International Studies - BA, Environmental Studies Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment WWW – Passed – FS.36.339
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-IGI           International Studies - BA, International Geographic Information Systems Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment XXX – Passed – FS.36.340
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-INTS-IPD         International Studies - BA, International Politics and Diplomacy Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment YYY – Passed – FS.36.341
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BA-MATH              Mathematics – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment ZZZ – Passed – FS.36.342
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-MODL-FRN      Modern Languages - BA, French Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment AAAA – Passed – FS.36.343
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-MODL-GER     Modern Languages - BA, German Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment BBBB – Passed – FS.36.344
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of International Studies
          BA-MODL-RUS      Modern Languages - BA, Russian Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment CCCC – Passed – FS.36.345
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Performance Studies
          BA-PERF    Performance Studies – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment DDDD – Passed – FS.36.346
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Political Science
          BA-POLS    Political Science – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment EEEE – Passed – FS.36.347
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
          BA-PSYC    Psychology – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment FFFF – Passed – FS.36.348
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Sociology
          BA-SOCI     Sociology – BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment GGGG – Passed – FS.36.349
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Hispanic Studies
          BA-SPAN    Spanish - BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment HHHH – Passed – FS.36.350
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          BA-TCMS    Telecommunication Media Studies - BA
 
Change in Programs Attachment IIII – Passed – FS.36.351
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          BA-USLA-JNS*       University Studies - BA, Journalism Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJJJ – Passed – FS.36.352
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Liberal Arts
          BA-USLA-RGE*     University Studies - BA, Race, Gender, Ethnicity Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKKK – Passed – FS.36.353
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Liberal Arts
            -USLA-RPC*        University Studies - BA, Religious Thought, Practices and Cultures Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLLL – Passed – FS.36.354
     Mays Business School
       Department of Accounting
          BBA-ACCT            Accounting – BBA
 
Change in Programs Attachment MMMM – Passed – FS.36.355
     Mays Business School
       Department of Business
          BBA-BHNR            Business Honors – BBA
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNNN – Passed – FS.36.356
     Mays Business School
       Department of Finance
          BBA-FINC              Finance – BBA
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOOO – Passed – FS.36.357
     Mays Business School
        Department of Management
          BBA-MGMT-CSL   Management - BBA, Consulting/General Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment PPPP – Passed – FS.36.358
     Mays Business School
       Department of Management
          BBA-MGMT-ENT   Management - BBA, Entrepreneurial Leadership Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQQ – Passed – FS.36.359
     Mays Business School
       Department of Management
          BBA-MGMT-HRM Management - BBA, Human Resource Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment RRRR – Passed – FS.36.360
     Mays Business School
       Department of Management
          BBA-MGMT-LAW   Management - BBA, Pre-Law Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment SSSS – Passed – FS.36.361
     Mays Business School
       Department of Management
          BBA-MGMT-NON Management - BBA, Nonprofit Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment TTTT – Passed – FS.36.362
     Mays Business School
       Department of Information & Operations Management
          BBA-MISY             Management Information Systems – BBA
  
Change in Programs Attachment UUUU – Passed – FS.36.363
     Mays Business School
       Department of Marketing
          BBA-MKTG-ADS    Marketing - BBA, Advertising Strategy Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment VVVV – Passed – FS.36.364
     Mays Business School
       Department of Marketing
          BBA-MKTG-ANC   Marketing - BBA, Analytics and Consulting Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment WWWW – Passed – FS.36.365
     Mays Business School
       Department of Marketing
          BBA-MKTG-PSS    Marketing - BBA, Professional Selling and Sales Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment XXXX – Passed – FS.36.366
     Mays Business School
       Department of Marketing
          BBA-MKTG-RBM   Marketing - BBA, Retail Buying and Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment YYYY – Passed – FS.36.367
     Mays Business School
       Department of Information & Operations Management
          BBA-SCMT            Supply Chain Management – BBA
 
Change in Programs Attachment ZZZZ – Passed – FS.36.368
     College of Architecture
       Department of Architecture
          BED-EDAS            Environmental Design Architectural Studies – BED
 
Change in Programs Attachment AAAAA – Passed – FS.36.369
     College of Engineering
       Department of Aerospace Engineering
          BS-AERO              Aerospace Engineering - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment BBBBB – Passed – FS.36.370
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Agricultural Economics
          BS-AGBU              Agribusiness – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment CCCCC – Passed – FS.36.371
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Agricultural Economics
          BS-AGEC-FMS+    Agricultural Economics - BS, Food Marketing Systems Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment DDDDD – Passed – FS.36.372
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Agricultural Economics
          BS-AGEC-FRE+    Agricultural Economics - BS, Finance and Real Estate Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment EEEEE – Passed – FS.36.373
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Agricultural Economics
          BS-AGEC-PEA+    Agricultural Economics - BS, Policy and Economic Analysis Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment FFFFF – Passed – FS.36.374
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Agricultural Economics
          BS-AGEC-RUE+    Agricultural Economics - BS, Rural Entrepreneurship Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment GGGGG – Passed – FS.36.375
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Anthropology
          BS-ANTH               Anthropology – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment HHHHH – Passed – FS.36.376
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS              Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Math Emphasis
  
Change in Programs Attachment IIIII – Passed – FS.36.377
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS-ACT      Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Actuarial Emphasis
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJJJJ – Passed – FS.36.378
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS-BIO        Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Biological Science Emphasis
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKKKK – Passed – FS.36.379
     College of Science
        Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS-CPS       Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Computational Emphasis
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLLLL– Passed – FS.36.380
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS-ECO      Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Economics Emphasis
 
Change in Programs Attachment MMMMM – Passed – FS.36.381
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-APMS-STA       Applied Mathematical Sciences - BS, Statistics Emphasis
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNNNN – Passed – FS.36.382
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
          BS-BICH                Biochemistry – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOOOO – Passed – FS.36.383
     College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
       Department of Veterinary Medicine
          BS- BIMS                Biomedical Sciences – BS
     
Change in Programs Attachment PPPPP – Passed – FS.36.384
     College of Engineering
       Department of Biomedical Engineering
          BS-BMEN              Biomedical Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQQQ – Passed – FS.36.385
     College of Engineering
       Department of Computer Science & Engineering
          BS-CECN              Computer Engineering - BS, Computer Science Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment RRRRR – Passed – FS.36.386
     College of Engineering
       Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
          BS-CEEN               Computer Engineering - BS, Electrical Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment SSSSS – Passed – FS.36.387
     College of Engineering
       Department of Chemical Engineering
          BS-CHEN               Chemical Engineering - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment TTTTT – Passed – FS.36.388
     College of Architecture
       Department of Construction Science
          BS-COSC              Construction Science – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment UUUUU – Passed – FS.36.389
     College of Engineering
       Department of Computer Science & Engineering
          BS-CPSC               Computer Science – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment VVVVV – Passed – FS.36.390
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-CEM      Civil Engineering - BS, Construction Engineering and Management Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment WWWWW – Passed – FS.36.391
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-COE      Civil Engineering, BS - Coastal and Ocean Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment XXXXX – Passed – FS.36.392
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-ENE                  Civil Engineering - BS, Environmental Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment YYYYY – Passed – FS.36.393
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-GCE      Civil Engineering - BS, General Civil Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment ZZZZZ – Passed – FS.36.394
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-GEO      Civil Engineering - BS, Geotechnical Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment AAAAAA – Passed – FS.36.395
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-STR                  Civil Engineering - BS, Structural Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment BBBBBB – Passed – FS.36.396
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-TRA                  Civil Engineering - BS, Transportation Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment CCCCCC – Passed – FS.36.397
     College of Engineering
       Department of Civil Engineering
          BS-CVEN-WRN     Civil Engineering - BS, Water Resources Engineering Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment DDDDDD – Passed – FS.36.398
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Economics
          BS-ECON              Economics – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment EEEEEE – Passed – FS.36.399
     College of Engineering
       Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
          BS-ELEN               Electrical Engineering - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment FFFFFF – Passed – FS.36.400
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
       Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
          BS-GENE             Genetics - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment GGGGGG – Passed – FS.36.401
     College of Engineering
       Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
          BS-INEN               Industrial Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment HHHHHH – Passed – FS.36.402
     College of Education & Human Development
       Department of Teaching, Learning & Culture
          BS-INST-ENS        Interdisciplinary Studies, BS, English Language Arts/Social Studies, Middle Grades Certification
 
Change in Programs Attachment IIIIII – Passed – FS.36.403
     College of Education & Human Development
       Department of Teaching, Learning & Culture
          BS-INST-MTS        Interdisciplinary Studies, BS, Math/Science, Middle Grades Certification
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJJJJJ – Passed – FS.36.404
     College of Education & Human Development
       Department of Teaching, Learning & Culture
          BS-INST-PK6         Interdisciplinary Studies - BS, Pre-K-6, Generalist Certification
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKKKKK – Passed – FS.36.405
     College of Engineering
        Department of Engineering
          BS-ITDE                Interdisciplinary Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLLLLL – Passed – FS.36.406
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          BS-MATH              Mathematics – BS
  
Change in Programs Attachment MMMMMM – Passed – FS.36.407
     College of Engineering
       Department of Mechanical Engineering
          BS-MEEN              Mechanical Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNNNNN – Passed – FS.36.408
     College of Engineering
       Department of Engineering Technology & Industrial Distribution
          BS-MMET              Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOOOOO – Passed – FS.36.409
     College of Engineering
       Department of Materials Science & Engineering
          BS-MSEN              Materials Science and Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment PPPPPP – Passed – FS.36.410
     College of Engineering
       Department of Nuclear Engineering
          BS-NUEN              Nuclear Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQQQQ – Passed – FS.36.411
     College of Engineering
       Department of Ocean Engineering
          BS-OCEN              Ocean Engineering – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment RRRRRR – Passed – FS.36.412
     College of Geosciences
       Department of Oceanography
          BS-OCNG-MES      Oceanography - BS, Marine Ecosystem Science and Health Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment SSSSSS – Passed – FS.36.413
     College of Geosciences
       Department of Oceanography
          BS-OCNG-OCL     Oceanography - BS, Ocean Climate Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment TTTTTT – Passed – FS.36.414
     College of Geosciences
       Department of Oceanography
          BS-OCNG-OOS     Oceanography - BS, Ocean Observing Science and Technology Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment UUUUUU – Passed – FS.36.415
     College of Engineering
       Department of Petroleum Engineering
          BS-PETE               Petroleum Engineering - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment VVVVVV – Passed – FS.36.416
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Political Science
          BS-POLS              Political Science – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment WWWWWW – Passed – FS.36.417
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
          BS-PSYC               Psychology - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment XXXXXX – Passed – FS.36.418
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Sociology
          BS-SOCI                Sociology – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment YYYYYY – Passed – FS.36.419
     College of Education & Human Development 
       Department of Health & Kinesiology
          BS-SPMT-SPI        Sport Management - BS, Internship Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment ZZZZZZ – Passed – FS.36.420
     College of Education & Human Development
       Department of Health & Kinesiology
          BS-SPMT-SPN       Sport Management - BS, Non-internship Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment AAAAAAA – Passed – FS.36.421
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          BS-TCMS              Telecommunication Media Studies – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment BBBBBBB – Passed – FS.36.422
     College of Architecture
       Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
          BS-URPN-PCY        Urban and Regional Planning - BS, Urban Policy Track
 
Change in Programs Attachment CCCCCCC – Passed – FS.36.423
     College of Architecture
       Department of Architecture
          BS-USAR-GPD*       University Studies - BS, Global Arts, Planning, Design and Construction Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment DDDDDDD – Passed – FS.36.424
     Mays Business School
       College of Business
          BS-USBU-BUS*     University Studies - BS, Business Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment EEEEEEE – Passed – FS.36.425
     College of Geosciences
       Department of Geography
          BS-USGE-GEG*    University Studies - BS, Geography Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment FFFFFFF – Passed – FS.36.426
     College of Geosciences
       Department of Geography
          BS-USGE-GIS*        University Studies - BS, Geographic Information Science and Technology Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment GGGGGGG – Passed – FS.36.427
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Liberal Arts
          BS-USLA-HHM*       University Studies-BS, Health Humanities Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment HHHHHHH – Passed – FS.36.428
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Liberal Arts
          BS-USLA-LIB*           University Studies - BS, Liberal Arts Concentration
  
Change in Programs Attachment IIIIIII – Passed – FS.36.429
     College of Liberal Arts
        Department of Liberal Arts
          BS-USLA-RGE*     University Studies - BS, Race, Gender, Ethnicity Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJJJJJJ – Passed – FS.36.430
     College of Science
       Department of Science
          BS-USSC-MBU*    University Studies - BS, Mathematics for Business Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKKKKKK – Passed – FS.36.431
     College of Science
       Department of Science
          BS-USSC-MFT*     University Studies - BS, Mathematics for Teaching Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLLLLLL – Passed – FS.36.432
     College of Science
       Department of Science
          BS-USSC-MPP*    University Studies - BS, Mathematics for Pre-Professionals Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment MMMMMMM – Passed – FS.36.433
     College of Science
       Department of Science
          BS-USSC-SST*      University Studies - BS, Science for Secondary Teaching Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNNNNNN – Passed – FS.36.434
     College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
        Department of Veterinary Medicine
            BS-USVM-BIM*     University Studies - BS, Biomedical Sciences Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOOOOOO – Passed – FS.36.435
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          CERT-CU8               Communication Leadership and Conflict Management - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment PPPPPPP – Passed – FS.36.436
     College of Engineering
       Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
          CERT-CU12      Data Center Operations Engineering – Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQQQQQ – Passed – FS.36.437
     College of Engineering
       Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering
          CERT-CU19      Engineering Systems Management – Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment RRRRRRR – Passed – FS.36.438
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Philosophy & Humanities
         CERT-CU43          Philosophy Pre-Law - Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment SSSSSSS – Passed – FS.36.439
     College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
         Department of Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences
            CERT-CU57       Tourism Management – Certificate
   
Change in Programs Attachment TTTTTTT – Passed – FS.36.440
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          CERT-SMDI           Social Media – Certificate
 
Change in Programs Attachment UUUUUUU – Passed – FS.36.441
     College of Engineering
       Department of Biomedical Engineering
            MINOR-BMEN    Biomedical Engineering – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment VVVVVVV – Passed – FS.36.442
     College of Liberal Arts
        Department of Communication
            MINOR-COMM      Communication – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment WWWWWWW – Passed – FS.36.443
     College of Engineering
       Department of Engineering
           MINOR-CYBR          Cybersecurity – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment XXXXXXX – Passed – FS.36.444
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Economics
           MINOR-ECON         Economics - Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment YYYYYYY – Passed – FS.36.445
     College of Liberal Arts
        Department of Liberal Arts
            MINOR-FILM          Film Studies – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment ZZZZZZZ – Passed – FS.36.446
     College of Liberal Arts
       Department of Communication
          MINOR-JOUR            Journalism – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment AAAAAAAA – Passed – FS.36.447
     College of Science
       Department of Mathematics
          MINOR-MATH          Mathematics - Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment BBBBBBBB – Passed – FS.36.448
     College of Engineering
       Department of Materials Science & Engineering
          MINOR-MSEN           Materials Science and Engineering - Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment CCCCCCCC – Passed – FS.36.449
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
         BS-MARB              Marine Biology – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment DDDDDDDD – Passed – FS.36.450
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
         BS-MARB-LIO       Marine Biology - BS, License Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment EEEEEEEE – Passed – FS.36.451
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Biology
         BS-MARF              Marine Fisheries – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment FFFFFFFF – Passed – FS.36.452
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Engineering Technology
         BS-MARR              Marine Engineering Technology – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment GGGGGGGG – Passed – FS.36.453
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Engineering Technology
         BS-MARR-LIO       Marine Engineering Technology - BS, License Option
          
Change in Programs Attachment HHHHHHHH – Passed – FS.36.454
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Science
         BS-MARS              Marine Sciences - BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment IIIIIIII – Passed – FS.36.455
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Science
         BS-MARS-LIO       Marine Sciences - BS, License Option
 
Change in Programs Attachment JJJJJJJJ – Passed – FS.36.456
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Science
         BS-OCRE              Ocean and Coastal Resources – BS
 
Change in Programs Attachment KKKKKKKK – Passed – FS.36.457
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Science
         BS-USGA-OOH*    University Studies - BS, Oceans and One Health Concentration
 
Change in Programs Attachment LLLLLLLL– Passed – FS.36.458
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Liberal Studies
         MINOR-DVTM       Diving Technology and Methods – Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment MMMMMMMM – Passed – FS.36.459
     Texas A&M Galveston
       Department of Marine Science
         MINOR-OCRE        Ocean and Coastal Resources - Minor
 
Change in Programs Attachment NNNNNNNN – Passed – FS.36.460
     Texas A&M Qatar
       Department of Chemical Engineering
          BS-CHEN-QT        Chemical Engineering - BS, Qatar Campus
 
Change in Programs Attachment OOOOOOOO – Passed – FS.36.461
     Texas A&M Qatar 
       Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
          BS-ELEN-QT         Electrical Engineering - BS, Qatar Campus
  
Change in Programs Attachment PPPPPPPP – Passed – FS.36.462
     Texas A&M Qatar
       Department of Mechanical Engineering
         BS-MEEN-QT        Mechanical Engineering - BS, Qatar Campus
 
Change in Programs Attachment QQQQQQQQ – Passed – FS.36.463
     Texas A&M Qatar
       Department of Petroleum Engineering
         BS-PETE-QT         Petroleum Engineering - BS, Qatar Campus

Special Consideration Item Attachment RRRRRRRR – Passed – FS.36.464
  College of Education & Human Development
     Department of Health & Kinesiology
         BS-EDSM             Sport Management Lower-Level

Special Consideration Item Attachment SSSSSSSS – Passed – FS.36.465
  College of Architecture
     Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning
         BS-URPN-URD      Urban and Regional Planning- BS, Urban Design Track

Special Consideration Item Attachment TTTTTTTT – Passed – FS.36.466
  College of Science
     Department of Science
         BS-USSC-BIN*        University Studies - BS, BioInformatics Concentration

Special Consideration Item Attachment UUUUUUUU – Passed – FS.36.467
  College of Liberal Arts
     Department of Communication
         CERT-CDSJ             Communication, Diversity and Social Justice - Certificate

Special Consideration Item Attachment VVVVVVVV – Passed – FS.36.468
  College of Engineering
     Department of Materials Science & Engineering
         CERT-CU69            Corrosion Science and Engineering – Certificate

Special Consideration Item Attachment WWWWWWWW – Passed – FS.36.469
  College of Engineering
     Department of Engineering
         CERT-ENCC            Engineering Concept, Creation, and Commercialization – Certificate

Special Consideration Item Attachment XXXXXXXX – Passed – FS.36.470
  College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
     Department of Nutrition & Food Science
         CERT-FDIV            Food Diversity - Certificate
 
 
W&C COURSES 
Courses Submitted for C Certification – Attachment YYYYYYYY – Passed – FS.36.471
NURS 424-C        Professional Issues
 
Courses Submitted for W Certification – Attachment ZZZZZZZZ – Passed – FS.36.472
CHEN 432-W       Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
COMM 403-W     Media, Children and Adolescents
COMM 407-W     Gender, Race and Media
COMM 434-W     Topics in Rhetorical Theory
COMM 446-W     Communication, Organizations and Society
COSC 463-W        Introduction to Construction Law
CVEN 207-W        Introduction to the Civil Engineering Profession
ECEN 403-W        Electrical Design Laboratory I
ECON 312-W       Poverty, Inequality and Social Policy
GEOS 481-W        Seminar
PHIL 410-W         Classical Philosophy
POLS 412-W        International Political Economy
RELS 420-W         Religion and the Environment
RPTS 472-W         Grant Writing and Program Evaluation for Youth Development Organizations
 
 _____________________________End of Consent Agenda____________________________________
 
  
OTHER COMMITTEE REPORTS – Attachment AAAAAAAAA – Review Only – FS.36.473
Budget Information Committee
Legislative Affairs Committee