MINUTES OF THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE MEETING
PRESENT: Ferri (ME), Guzdial (COC), Hughes (ECE), McIver (REG), McMath (Provost), Sankar (AE), Schneider (DCOM), Stasko (COC), Wills (ECE)
VISITORS: Benkeser (BME), Cochran (INTA), Davis (ECE)
1. The DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING requested that the following course be approved.† A motion was made to approve the course.† The motion was seconded and approved.† Unanimous.
Cell and Tissue Engineering Laboratory
3. A motion was made to approve
the minutes of the
4. Chairman Hughes reported that the Executive Board had endorsed the IUCC recommendation regarding a proposed policy on the observance of religious holidays and had forwarded the proposed wording to the Student Rules and Regulations Committee for consideration.
5. Chairman Hughes reported that the Chancellorís Office has not approved the Legal Studies minor because of concerns that it is not in keeping with the mission of the Institute.† Dr. McMath reported that follow-up discussions are ongoing.
6. Chairman Hughes said that
7. The Studies Abroad
Sub-committee will present the guidelines for the programs at the
9. The COLLEGE OF COMPUTING requested the approval of four new courses and the inactivation of two courses.† A motion was made to approve the request.† The motion was seconded and approved.† Unanimous.
CS 4611 Artificial Intelligence Problem Solving 3-0-3
CS 4612 Artificial Intelligence Planning 3-0-3
CS 4631 Intelligent Robotics
CS 4641 Machine Learning 3-0-3
CS 4630 Intelligent Robotic and Computer Vision
CS 4640 Machine Learning†
Curriculum Changes for both BSME and BSNRE:
Require ECON 2100 or ECON 2105 or ECON 2106 (instead of just ECON 2100)
Add PST 3127 to the list of approved ethics options
11. A request was made by the Georgia Tech Regional Engineering Program to offer undergraduate degree programs in Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering through the GTREP program.† The programs would be made available the term following Academic Senate approval.† After discussion, a motion was made to approve the request.† The motion was seconded and approved.† Unanimous.
13. The committee reviewed 7 petitions and heard 3 student appeals of previous petition decisions.† All were approved, except as noted:
7-readmitted fall 2002/spring 2003
1-appeals to be awarded BS degree (tabled)
2-appeals to withdraw from courses
M. Jo McIver