Cumulative Curricular Actions

Click on the below headings to view curricular actions that were taken by the school deans from Fall 2013 to Fall 2023.

School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • AD 203 Advertising Design and Layout, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AD 216 Foundation in Advertising & Digital Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AD 402 Idea Writing, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs:
    Update prerequisites from AD 216 to AD 217
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AD 466 Senior Portfolio, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AD 467 Advertising Professional Preparation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AD 497 Student Competition, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 126 Digital Graphics Intensive I, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 134 Capturing Creativity, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 261 Portfolio Development, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 271 Designing with Type, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 322 Design Process Technology, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 351 Creating an Illustration Portfolio for the Web, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 371 Advanced Typography I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 372 Advanced Typography II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 373 The Convergence of Type and Image, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 441 Broadcast Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CD 442 Senior 3D Presentation Design, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 123 Design and Rendering I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 124 Design and Rendering II, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 125 CAD for Visual Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 131 Studio Design: Product Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 133 Advanced Studio Design: Product Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 141 Display Graphics I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 142 Display Graphics II, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 161 Professional Practices, 1.5 cr., 1 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 213 Exhibition Design, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 232 Elements of Visual Merchandising, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 234 Point-of-Purchase Display, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 236 Studio Design/Exhibition, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 242 Display Graphics III, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 243 Exhibit Design Graphics, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 251 Event and Promotion Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 262 Portfolio Development, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 301 Visual Presentation for the Cosmetics and Fragrance Industry, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • DE 302 Photographic Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • GD 401 Graphic Design for Advertising, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • GD 407 : Graphic Design for Toy Designer, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • PK 301 Packaging Design for Home Products, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • PK 303 Packaging Design for Accessories Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • PK 426 3D Concepts for Packaging Design, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • PK 432 Materials, Technologies, and Production in Sustainable Packaging Design, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • VP 421 CAD for Visual Presentation III, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Communication Design Foundation, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    Drop EN 121
    Add EN 131
    Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Drop HA 112
    Add any 100-level HA
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved

Fabric Styling

  • FS 312 Research Techniques, 1.5 cr., 1 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course FS 332 Commercial and Editorial Fashion Styling I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Through research, forecasting, and hands-on practice, students develop skills in on and off figure fashion styling for commercial markets and editorial spreads. Students style and fit fashion looks for target markets, and design an editorial spread. The projects offer an opportunity to work individually and collaboratively.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2025
    Action: Approved
  • FS 411 Fabric Styling in Italy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Fabric Styling, BFA Degree Program:
    • Add CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling to 5th semester
    • Move FM 228 The Business of Fashion Styling from 8th to 5th semester
    • Move FS 323 Beginning Digital Design for Stylists from 5th to 6th semester
    • Drop SC 032 Color Science Lab and SC332 Color and Light from 5th semester
    • Add one History of Art and one Social Science to the 5th and 6th semesters (specific course suggestions given, students can choose which semester to take them)
    • Move FS 324 Digital Design and Page Layout from 6th to 7th semester
    • Add FS 332 Commercial and Editorial Fashion Styling I to the 6th semester
    • Drop FS 451 Color Combinations and Repeats (6th semester)
    • Add FM 245 Fashion Forecasting for Merchandisers to the 6th semester
    • Offer choice of BE 261 Starting a Small Business or EP 311 Introduction to Entrepreneurship in 7th semester (moving BE 261 from 6th)
    • Drop FS 425 Advanced Digital Design for Stylists (7th semester)
    • Drop AC 111 Advertising and Promotion from 7th semester
    • Add general elective choice to 8th semester
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Fashion

  • AF 341 Costume Design for the Performing Arts, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AF 412 Ethnic Fashions: Resources and Applications, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AP 144 Outerwear and Performance Apparel Sewing Techniques, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AP 222 Computer-Aided Flat Pattern Design, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AP 253 Leather Apparel Design, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AP 337 Primavision Apparel Design Development, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AP 351 Experiencing Style, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AR 152 Leather Apparel Portfolio, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AR 215 Fashion Design Using Illustrator, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AR 291 Outerwear and Performance Apparel Design Portfolio, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AR 301 Fashion Art for Textile Designers, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • AR 311 Sketching for Fashion Designers, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CL 131 Fashion in France and Italy (summer only), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 111 Draping I: Fundamentals, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 112 Draping II: Constructed Silhouettes, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 115 Introduction to Draping, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 116 Apparel Design Workshop, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 131 Sewing Techniques I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 132 Sewing Techniques II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 212 Design Studio IV: Advanced Draping, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 221 Flat Pattern Design II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 241 Apparel Product Data Management, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 364 Outerwear and Performance Apparel Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 371 Intimate Apparel Sewing Techniques, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 372 Control Shapewear Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 375 Textile Lace and Technology I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 391 Children's Wear Licensing Practicum, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FD 451 Knitwear Design: Full Fashion and Pointelle, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 112 Fashion Art and Design II, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 141 Introduction to Computerized Fashion Design, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 241 Fashion Design Computer: Photoshop, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 321 20th-Century Style and the Modern Designer, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 341 Computer Art for Accessories Design, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 351 Knitwear Design I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 352 Knitwear Design II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 361 Children's Wear Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 372 Intimate Apparel CAD, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 391 Bridal Design: Portfolio, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 392 Swim/Active Sport Portfolio, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 393 Portfolio: Sportswear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 394 Portfolio: Active Wear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 395 Portfolio: Knitwear Design, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 396 Senior Portfolio: Intimate Apparel, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 397 Senior Portfolio: Special Occasion, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FF 492 E-Portfolio, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 102 Enameling Techniques for Precious Metals/Fine Jewelry/Objects D'Art, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 113 Beginning Soldering Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 114 Piercing and Sawing Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 131 Mechanical Drafting for Jewelers, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 134 Jewelry Design II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 171 Materials and Properties, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 172 Tools, Equipment, and Processes, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 173 Materials and Findings for the Jewelry Industry, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 174 Jewelry Fabrications I, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 181 Basic Principles of Appraising Jewelry, 2 cr., 1 lec. hr, 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 201 Mineral Identification and Lapidary, 2 cr., 1 lec. hr, 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 213 Nontraditional Construction Techniques in Metal, 2 cr., 1 lec. hr, 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 216 Advanced Piercing and Metal Carving, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 218 Hollow Form Jewelry: Die Construction and Manufacturing Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 231 Objects Design and Rendering, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 236 Fashion Jewelry Portfolios, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 238 Jewelry Design and Ideation II, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update course title from Jewelry Design & Ideations II to Jewelry Design and Ideation II
    Update prerequisite(s) from JD 174, or approval of department chair to JD 139, JD 142 and JD 174
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 239 Design Capstone Portfolio, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update course title from  Design Capstone/Portfolio to Design Capstone Portfolio
    Update prerequisites from JD 240 and JD 271 to JD 240
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 252 Silversmithing Project Studio, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 263 Costume Jewelry Production and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 271 Alternative/Sustainable Materials for Jewelry, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update co-requisite(s) from JD 240 to JD 238
    Update course title from Alternative/Sustainable Materials to Alternative/Sustainable Materials for Jewelry
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • JD 272: Studio Fabrications II, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update course title from Studio Fabrication II to Studio Fabrications II
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • LD 136 Athletic Footwear: The Shoe That Changed Fashion, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 151 MENSWEAR DESIGN I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 152 Menswear Design II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 221 Digital Art for Menswear, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 251 Menswear Design III, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 252 Menswear Design IV, 5 cr., 10 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 253 Advanced Computer Fashion Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MW 254 Computer Design I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Fashion Design 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121, HA 112, and 3 credits from non-HA liberal arts selection
    • Replace with (add) EN 131, HA 118, 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (DVRS) general education requirement
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Fashion Design/Florence and New York, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Remove HA 112, add HA 118
    • Remove EN 121, add EN 131 to SUNY General Education requirements
    • Remove 3 credits open general elective, add new SUNY Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice general education requirement
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Footwear and Accessories Design, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121 from SUNY General Education requirements
    • Add EN 131 to SUNY General Education requirements
    • Remove FM 212 from related area elective
    • Remove HA 112
    • Add any 100-level HA course
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Jewelry Design, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121 from SUNY General Education requirements
    • Add EN 131 to SUNY General Education requirements
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Remove FM 117 - inactive course (since SP23) from Related Area Electives
    • Drop HA 112
    • Add any 100-level HA course
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Menswear, AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop HA 112
    • Add HA 118
    • Drop EN 121 from general education in semester 1
    • Add EN 131 to general education in semester 1
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Fine Arts

  • New course FA 121 Drawing In The Museums, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course develops the students’ sense, understanding, and appreciation of form and its material embodiment in diverse masterworks of world art. Students draw in museums as a way of seeking and discovering form, and in the process adapt their drawing tools and methods to the formal language of the masterwork; in homework students research the materials and techniques of the original; and in the classroom they discuss and explore further the relations among material, form, and idea.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FA 143 Foundation Drawing I, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Update co-requisite(s) from FA 151 and HA 112 to FA 151
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Fine Arts, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121
    • Add EN 131
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Illustration and Interactive Media

  • Illustration, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Update list of general education requirements:
    • Drop HA 112 and replace with any 100-level HA course, Drop EN 121 and replace with EN 131
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Interior Design

  • ID 262 Professional Practice I, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs. 
    Online delivery of course
    Update to course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • ID 316 Interior Design Studio VI, 4 cr., 8 studio/lab hrs.
    Update co-requisite(s) from EN 323 to EN 365
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • ID 462 Professional Practice II/Internship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Online delivery of course
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • ID 496 Senior Thesis Design Project: Programming, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update prerequisite(s) from ID 381, and ID 316 or ID 413, and EN 323 to ID 381, and ID 316 or ID 413, and EN 365
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Interior Design, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121
    • Add EN 131
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Interior Design, BFA Degree Program:
    • Change the designation from “Related Area Elective” to “Major or Related Area Elective”
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Photography

  • PH 252 Photography 4: Project Development, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update hours from 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs. to 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Photography and Related Media, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121 from SUNY General Education requirements
    • Add EN 131 to SUNY General Education requirements
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Adding HA 115 option to HA 112
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design

  • TD 111 Computer-Aided Design Principles for Textile Design, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 132 Woven Design II, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 138 Introduction to Woven Design, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update to course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 142 Advanced Nature Studies, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 312 Computer Graphics for Textile Design I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 333 Fundamentals of Jacquard Design, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs:
    Update/change course of study
    Change a course description
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 353 Custom Rug and Carpet Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 412 Computer Graphics for Textile Design II, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TD 452 Custom Carpet and Rug Design, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from TD 251 to TD 333
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Textile/Surface Design AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121
    • Add EN 131
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 6 credits to 3 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add HA 115 as OR option to HA 112
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

School of Business and Technology

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

  • Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, BS
    • CM 442 Global Brand Management in Cosmetics and Fragrance (in the Digital Age), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or Related Area Elective option AC 321, DM 435, EP 311, EP 360, EP 361, , FM 331, FM 326, FM 305, or IC 497  in either semester 7 or semester 8
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Entrepreneurship

  • Entrepreneurship for the Fashion and Design Industries, BS Degree Program:
    Update related area electives to add CT 360
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

  • FM 251 Small Store Fashion Retailing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from FM 108 to FM 108 or FM 100
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FM 326:
    Update course title from Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising to Circular Economy for Sustainable Fashion Business
    Update course of study
    Blended delivery of course
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • FM 363 Corporate Social Responsibility, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024:
    Online delivery of course
    Action: Approved
  • Fashion Business Management 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    Updating SUNY General Education requirements:
    • Drop EN 121 from requirements
    • Add EN 131 to requirements
    • Remove 3 credits open general elective, replace with new SUNY Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice general education requirement
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Home Products Development

  • HP 315 Home Textile Applications, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.
    Update prerequisites from TS 111 to TS110, TS 111, TS115/015 or TS131 or approval of chairperson
    Update to student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Home Products Development, BS Degree Program:
    • Add HP 201 and HP 231 to major area electives
    • Update TS courses to reflect FM 110/TS 110 equivalent of TS 111
    • Add Fabric Styling to course options
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

International Trade and Marketing

  • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    Online delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    Update course of study
    Action: Approved
  • IN 201 Global Sourcing in the Textile Industries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved

Marketing Communications

  • AC 272 Research Methods in Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Blended delivery of course (no approval necessary for blended section due to course already offered online)
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024 
    Action: Approved
  • Advertising and Marketing Communications, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop EN 121
    • Add EN 131
    • Remove any 100-level HA course, Add open choice DVRS (Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved

Production Management

  • MG 114 Principles of Product Construction, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update prerequisites from TS 111 or TS 131 or TS 132 or TS 015 and TS 115 to TS 110 or TS 111 or TS 115 or TS 015, TS13, or approval of the TDM chair
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024 
    Action: Approved
  • MG 301:
    Update course title from Apparel Production:Labor Analysis to Fashion Value Chain Analysis, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MG 305 Production Processes for Merchandisers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MG 401 Manufacturing Management, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MG 403 Apparel Manufacturing Processes, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Updating SUNY General Education requirements to meet the new framework for fall 2024
    • Drop EN 121
    • Add EN 131
    • Drop HA 112
    • Add 3 credits History of Art Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Remove IC 297 as required, add as option. 3 credits related area electives changes to 6 credits with IC 297 as choice.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • TC 322 Computerized Grading, Marking, and Specs, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update credits and hours from 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs. to 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved

Textile Development and Marketing

  • TS 122 Textile Principles for Interior Design, 1.5 cr., 1 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024 
    Action: Approved
  • TS 132 Introduction to Textiles for Fashion Designers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024 
    Action: Approved
  • TS 261 Introduction to Weft Knitting Principles, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TS 366 Experimentations with Weft Knitting Structures and Machinery, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TS 431 Advanced Concepts in Weft Knitting, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TT 201 Fabrics for Private Label/Vertical Retailer, 
    Update prerequisites from TS 111, or TS 015/TS 115, or TS 122, or TS132 or approval of chairperson to TS 110 or TS111 or TS115/015 or TS131 or approval of chairperson
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TT 275 Textile Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TT 471 Technology and Marketing of Printed Textiles, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • TT 476 Textile Project Development, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from TT 342 and TT 477 to TS110, TS111, TS115/015 OR TS131 or approval of chairperson
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Textile Development and Marketing, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Remove 2 credits of PE/HE requirement and replace it with a general elective course 1-3 credits.
    • Updating SUNY General Education requirements:
    • Remove EN 121, add EN 131
    • Remove 3 credits open general elective, replace with new SUNY Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (DVRS) general education requirement
    • Update SUNY GE requirements with new framework
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Textile Development and Marketing BS Degree Program:
    • Update the prerequisites of the following courses from current prerequisites to TS110, TS111, TS115/015, TS131, or approval of TDM chair:
      • TS 301 - Advanced Textiles for Technical Design, 2.5, 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.
      • TS 332 - Technical Design for Sweater Knits, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 055 - Total Quality Management for Textile Products Laboratory, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 313 - Textile Fibers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 327 - Woven Product Development I, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 328 - Woven Product Development II, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 343 - Textile Coloration: Principles and Processes, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 362 - Textile Finishing - Principles, Practices and Advancements, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 381 - Knit Product Development I, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 382 - Knit Product Development II, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 455 Total Quality Management for Textile Products, 1 cr., 1 lec. hr.
      • TT 456 - Nonwovens and Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • TT 476 - Textile Project Development, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • TT 477 - Textile Converting and Costing, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
        Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
        Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

English and Communication Studies

  • EN 142 Presidential Scholars Composition and Rhetoric (Honors),3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course title from Composition and Rhetoric (Honors) to Presidential Scholars Composition and Rhetoric (Honors)
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 201 Organizational Communication, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course title from Organizational Communication and Workplace Relationships to Organizational Communication
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
     Action: Approved
  • EN 203 Your Digital Life: Online Literacies for a Networked World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or equivalent
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
     Action: Approved
  • EN 204 Contemporary US Immigrant Literature and History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Online delivery of course
    Update course title from Contemporary US Immigrant Literature: Border Crossings and Migrations to Contemporary US Immigrant Literature and History
    Update course of study
    Add course to Asian Studies minor
    Add course to History minor
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
     Action: Approved
  • EN 258 Introduction to Performance Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or equivalent
    Online delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 274 Voices of Civil Rights in American History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Add course to LGBTQIA Studies Minor
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 131 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 278 Science Fiction, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or equivalent
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 305 Arab Women and The War Story (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course EN 307 Think Global, Write Global (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Uncovers the joys, paradoxes, and pitfalls of globalization through literature and writing. Students read diverse texts from the 20th and 21st centuries that construct and negotiate the idea of “global,” and use writing as a tool to explore and articulate individual, cultural, and political dynamics as evidenced in world literature.
    SUNY General Education: Proposed for G7 Humanities and G9 Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): English, English Literature, and English Writing
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective, Presidential Scholars
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 334 The Novel, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 336 From Gothic to Horror: Literature of Fear, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or EN 131 or equivalent
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 365 Research Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Online delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 392 Greek Myths and Their Transformations (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 393 Shakespeare (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Asian Studies Minor:
    • Add AB 122 Arabic Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Update course number of Islamic Art and Civilization from HA 226 to HA 126
    • Update course number for East Asian Art and Civilization from HA 221 to HA 117
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved

Film, Media and Performing Arts

  • FI 234/HA 251 Film Genres: Horror, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course FI 274 American Independent Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec. hrs, 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course analyzes the history, aesthetics, business, and production techniques of American independent cinema through the early 2000s. Students will examine how independent filmmakers worked in opposition to the Hollywood studio system and how those mavericks generated a new cinema and culture inside and outside the studio system.
    SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts and G7 Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): American Studies and Film and Media Studies
    Type of Course: National Cinemas Major Requirement
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Film and Media Studies Minor:
    • Update minor coordinator to Emma Ben Ayoun
    • Drop inactive course FI 242/HA 315 Ethnographic Film from minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Film and Media, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Add EN 131
    • Drop 3 credits open general education elective (from 12 credits to 9 credits)
    • Add 3 credits Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Film and Media, BS Degree Program:
    • Add new course FI 274 American Independent Cinema to National Cinemas major requirement
    • Add FI 200 Bollywood and the Making of India to National Cinemas major requirement
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

History of Art

  • New course HA 126 Islamic Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines the art and civilization of the Islamic world, from the birth of Islam in the 7th century CE/1st century art history to the present. Students are introduced to the religious, philosophical, and sociopolitical contexts that frame the formation of this multiethnic and geographically expansive visual culture.
    SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts, G7 Humanities, and G9 Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): History of Art and Middle East and North African Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 201 History of Fashion Photography, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 to Any HA course
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Add SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 213:
    Update course title from Rome: Art A Cultural History in Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture to Art and Architecture in Rome
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 215 History of Menswear in Europe and North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 118
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 217 History of Avant-Garde Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update prerequisites from FI 111 or HA 112 to Any HA course or FI 111
    Add SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 226 Art and Civilization of the Islamic World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 227 Archaeological Excavation in Israel, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 230 Modern and Contemporary African Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 223 to Any HA Course
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    Add course to the African American and Africana Studies minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 231 Modern Art in Europe and North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to Any 100-Level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 232 Dada and Surrealism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisite from HA 112 to Any HA course
    Add SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 234 Warhol and Pop Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to Any 100-Level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 235 Art, Technology and Empire in the Ancient World: Greece and Persia, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 237 Global Fashion: Ancient Origins to Modern Styles, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 238 Art and Design in North Africa, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course title from Art and Design in Morocco to Art and Design in North Africa
    Update study abroad information for course
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 241 History of Photojournalism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 244 Art and Architecture in Paris, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 111 or HA 112 to HA 111 or HA 112 or HA 115
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 300 Art and Architecture of the Venetian Republic, c. 1100-1800, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to Any 100-Level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 301 Fashion and Impressionism (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 to Any 100-level HA and qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 305 History of 20th-Century Textile Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 118
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 310 Global Contemporaries in the World of Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 312 Women in Western Art from the Late 18th Century to the Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 314 History of American Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 316 The Bauhaus, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to Any 100-Level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 317 Italian Renaissance Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 212 to Any 100-level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 322 Contemporary Global Fashion History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course of study
    Update prerequisites from HA 118 or HA 237 or HA 305 or HA 344 or HA 346 to Any 100-level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 331 Contemporary Art and Culture: 1945 to the Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to Any 100-Level HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 332 Modern Architecture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update prerequisite from HA 112 to Any HA course
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 342 History of Textile Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 344 European Fashion: Ancient Origins to Modern Styles, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 to HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 118
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 345 History of Industrial Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from two History of Art and Civilization courses (HA 111, HA 112, or HA 231), or equivalent and approval of instructor, or (for Home Products Development students) HA 112 to Any 100-level HA course
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: G6 The Arts
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 346 History of Twentieth-Century Fashion in Europe and the U.S.,3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course title from Twentieth-Century Fashion and Art to History of Twentieth-Century Fashion in Europe and the U.S.
    Update prerequisite(s) from HA 112 to Any HA Course
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 348 History of the Modern Printed Image, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 382 Beauty: The Human Ideal in Visual Culture (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 and qualification Pres. Sch. or app. or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean for Liberal Arts to HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 118, and qualification Pres. Sch. or app. or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean for Liberal Arts
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 394 History of New York Architecture (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts to Any HA course and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    Add SUNY General Education: G7 Humanities
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 396 Art and Patronage in the Italian Renaissance (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 212 and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts to Any 100-level HA course and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HA 411 Western Theories of Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update prerequisites from HA 231 to Any 100-level HA course
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • MP 361:
    Update course title from History and Meaning of Museum to History and Meaning of Museums
    Update prerequisites from HA 112 to Any 100-level HA course
    Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course MP 363 Collections Management and Care, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): Any 100-level HA Course
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: For students majoring in Art History and Museum Professions, this course provides a foundation in art and museum collections management systems, including aspects of the care of and access to collections and storage.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2025
    Action: Approved
  • History of Art Minor:
    • Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024:
      • Drop HA 311 Medieval Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from minor
      • Add HA 247 Medieval Art in Europe and the Mediterranean World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024:
      • Drop SS 314 Economics of Art and Culture from minor
      • Update course number of Islamic Art and Civilization from HA 226 to HA 126
      • Removed inactive courses
      • Drop SS 314 Economics of Art and Culture from minor
        Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • MC 263 Contemporary Spain through its Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved

Science and Mathematics

  • New course CS 211 Large Language Models, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Math Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course provides an introduction to large language models and their capabilities in artificial intelligence and data science. Through theory and hands-on labs, students will gain literacy in model architecture, training techniques, applications in programming, content creation, and more. No prior programming experience is required to take this course.
    SUNY General Education: Proposed for G2 Mathematics
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Mathematics (and Quantitative Reasoning)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course MA 324 Data Analytics for Future Industries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): MA 222
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The course aims to introduce students to data analytics, which is crucial for gaining insights from data and making data-driven decisions. Throughout the course, students will develop a foundational understanding of key data analytics concepts, including data mining, data pre-processing, exploratory data analysis, visualization, and text mining. In addition, students will gain hands-on experience working with popular data analytics tools, such as Python libraries, through computer programming exercises.
    SUNY General Education: Proposed for G2 Mathematics
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Mathematics (and Quantitative Reasoning)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SC 103 Environmental Justice Through the Lens of Chemistry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course SC 109 Pick Your Poison: Introduction to Materials Toxicology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course explores the science behind personal, occupational, and environmental health and safety using toxicology case studies on materials. Students describe the sources and handling of everyday and hazardous materials and wastes connecting topics across chemistry, biochemistry, and materials science. Preventative actions are highlighted to mitigate negative outcomes and impacts.
    SUNY General Education: G3 Natural Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Natural Sciences (and Scientific Reasoning)
    Minor(s): Sustainable Materials in Technology
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Sustainable Materials and Technology (SM&T):
    • Add new course SC 103 Environmental Justice Through the Lens of Chemistry to minor
    • Update course number of interdisciplinary course SC 204 to SC/TD 204 to accurately reflect course option
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • HI 200 Queer Work: A Research Seminar in LGBTQ Business and Labor History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • HI 208 American History through Fabric, Fashion, and Dress, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY General Education: G7 Humanities
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: US History and Civic Engagement
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: G7 Humanities
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course HI 213 Crime, Police, and Prisons in American History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: What should be illegal, and who should decide? How should societies police and punish lawbreakers? Students learn the history of crime, police, punishment and rehabilitation over three centuries, focusing on theories of crime and policing, racism, civil rights, sex, drugs, and the rise and fall of violent crime.
    SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences and G10 American History 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: US History and Civic Engagement
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies and American Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • PL 392 The Old and New Testaments in the History of Ideas (Honors), 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 131 General Psychology, 3 cr., 3 lec.  hrs.
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 201 Contemporary Issues in Economics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 277 Ethnicity, Dress, and World Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course title from Cultural Expressions of Non-Western Dress and Fashion to Ethnicity, Dress, and World Culture
    Add SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 302 Economics of Energy and Fossil Fuels, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 304/MC 304 Introduction to Caribbean Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 311 Environmental Psychology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Update course description
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 313 Cultural Awareness, Design Responsibility, and the Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 314 Economics of Art and Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update student learning outcomes
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 333 Fact or Fiction? The Psychology of Conspiracy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): SS 131
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces students to psychological investigations of misinformation, misperception, science denial, mass propaganda, and conspiracy beliefs. Students will take a tour through the architecture of belief, explore the social roots of misinformation and conspiracy theories, and evaluate evidence-based solutions to reduce harmful effects.
    SUNY General Education: Proposed for G4 Social Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Psychology
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 336 Psychology for Sustainability, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 338 Happiness & Human Flourishing (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update prerequisite(s) from none to Qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program or 3.5 GPA and approval of instructor
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 339 Introduction to Development Economics (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 352 Contemporary Western Europe, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Inactivation of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 356 Asia in Motion: National, International, and Transnational Relations, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 374 Cross-Cultural Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Update prerequisites from two introductory Social Sciences courses (SS 131, SS 141, SS 151, or SS 171) or approval of chairperson to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 376 Clothing and Society, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update prerequisites from two introductory Social Sciences courses (SS 131, SS 141, SS 151, or SS 171) or approval of chairperson to none
    Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 385 Social Psychology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 386 Youth Subculture, Identity, and Fashion: A Sociological Perspective, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Add SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Update prerequisites from SS 171 or SS 277 or SS 374 to none
    Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • SS 396:
    Update course title from Social Experiments: Answering the Questions of Social Psychology (Honors) to Social Experiments (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 398 Spirits, Psychics, & Skeptics: Uses and Limits of Psychological Science (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean of Liberal Arts
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: By analyzing tests of paranormal phenomena, students are introduced to scientific strategies used to gather evidence. Students will critically evaluate claims and evidence, explore the scientific and psychological explanations for paranormal experiences and beliefs, and identify the boundaries between science and pseudoscience. Psychology’s historical link to metaphysical phenomena is emphasized.
    SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Psychology
    Type of Course: Presidential Scholars
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • African American and Africana Studies Minor:
    • Add HA 230 Modern and Contemporary African Art to minor
    • Add HA 239 The History of African Textiles and Fashion to minor
    • Drop HA 229 Korean Art and Civilization from minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • History Minor:
    • Add EN 204 Contemporary US Immigrant Literature and History to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Studies Minor:
    • Add course EN 274 Voices of Civil Rights in American History to minor.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Middle East and North African Studies Minor:
    • Add HA 126 Islamic Art and Civilization to minor
    • Drop HA 226 Art and Civilization of the Islamic World from minor (course number and level changed from 200-level to 100-level)
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Psychology minor:
    • Add course SS 307 Emotions in Society to minor
    • Add new course SS 333 Fact or Fiction? The Psychology of Conspiracy to minor.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management

  • CF 515 Fragrance Product Innovation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course CF 516 Color Cosmetic Product Innovation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Color cosmetics is the fastest growing beauty category. This course will prepare students with strategies that will promote creative, analytical and critical thinking skills needed in the innovative design and technical process and the necessary business decision making skills at the management level to excel at successful new product innovation.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • New course CF 518 Hair Care Product Innovation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The dynamic haircare sector of the beauty market encompasses a range of products and services dedicated to the care, styling, and maintenance of hair and scalp. This course prepares students to manage and lead in the hair sector through incorporating consumer trends into product development, and crafting successful product launches.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CF 521 Packaging Design Development, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    Reactivation of course
    Update course description
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CF 562 Market Research & Strategy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Update student learning outcomes
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CF 683 Graduate Seminar: Capstone Research Seminar:
    Update credits and hours from 1.5 cr., 1.5 lec. hrs., to 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management, MPS Degree Program:
    • Move CF 510 from summer session 1 to semester 2
    • Drop CF 514 replace with CF 515 in semester 2
    • Move CF 513 from semester 2 to summer session 1
    • Move CF 615 from semester 2 to winter session 2
    • Update CF 615 from major area required to major area elective
    • Add CF 521 to winter session 2 as major area elective
    • Add CF 562 to Semester 1 as major area elective
    • Update CF 530 from major area required to major area elective
    • Move CF 675 from winter session 2 to semester 3
    • Update CF 660 and CF 675 from major area required to major area elective in semester 3
    • Add CF 516 to Semester 2 as elective choice
    • Add CF 518 to Semester 2 as elective choice
    • Add option in Semester 1 of select CF 530 or CF 562
    • Add option in Semester 2 of select 2 courses from CF 510, 515, 516, and 518
    • Add option in Semester 3 of select CF 660 or 675
    • Add option in Winter Session 2 of select CF 521 or 615
    • Update CF 683 in Semester 4 from 1.5 credits to 3.0 credits
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Fashion Design MFA

  • Fashion Design MFA Degree Program:
    • Move MF 602 International Making Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Summer to Winter of the first year in the program
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

Global Fashion Management

  • GF 552 Strategic Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Blended delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved 

School of Business and Technology
Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

  • CM 023 Cosmetic Product Knowledge Lab, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update prerequisites from CM 341 to SC 149, CM 341Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      Action: Approved
  • CM 323 Cosmetic Product Knowledge, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024:
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

  • Fashion Business Management, BS degree program:
    • Update bridge courses from FM 114 or FM 203, FM 244, or FM 204, FM 206 or TS 111, MA 222, and SS 141 to FM 100, FM 203, FM 204, FM 206, TS 111, MA 222, and SS 141
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Fashion Business Management/Florence and New York, BS degree program:
    • Update bridge courses from FM 114 and FM 244, MG 153, MA 222, SS 141, and TS 111 to FM 100, FM 203, FM 204, FM 206, MA 222, SS 141, and TS 111
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • FM 100 Fashion Industry Fundamentals, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:Online delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • FM 201 Social Media Applications for Fashion Business, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:Online delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • FM 304 Business of Virtual Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023:Online delivery of course
    Action: Approved
    New course FM 312 Innovative Business Leadership, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The course explores applications of innovative leadership skills required to manage people and projects. A combination of leadership styles influences key outcomes for the creative fashion industries. Special leadership topics currently faced by the fashion industry are examined. Business strategy development framework models to assess current performance are used.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved

Home Products Development

  • Home Products Development BS degree Program:
    • Drop HA 345 History of Industrial Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Liberal Arts in semester 5
    • Add choice - see Requirements*: Liberal Arts Elective(s), 3 cr.,to Liberal Arts in semester 5
    • Drop choice - see Requirements*: Liberal Arts Elective(s), 3 cr., from Liberal Arts in semester 6
    • Add HA 345 History of Industrial Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Liberal Arts in semester 6
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

International Trade and Marketing

  • IN 341 International Logistics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:Update course description
    Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved

Marketing Communications

  • Advertising and Marketing Communications, BS:
    • Add AC 231 Advertising Copywriting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a bridge course for program
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • New Journalism Minor:
    • Required course:
      • AC 141 Introduction to Journalism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Choose four (4) additional courses from the list below:
    • Advertising and Marketing Communications:
      • AC 242 Fashion Journalism Workshop, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • AC 341 Magazine Journalism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • AC 400 — Feature Journalism: Writing Lifestyle and Arts Articles, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • English and Communication Studies:
      • EN 200 Digital Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • EN 202 Women Write New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • EN 324 Writing on The Arts, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • EN 362 Creative Nonfiction, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Film, Media, and Performing Arts:
      • FX 226 Documentary Production: Streets of NYC, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FI 231 History of Documentary Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FI 256/EN 266 Screenwriting I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • FI 356/EN 366 Screenwriting II, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
        Prerequisites: EN 121 or equivalent
        Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
        Action: Approved
  • AC 111 Advertising and Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Blended delivery of course
    • Update course of study
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • AC 114  Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Blended delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course title from Marketing for Integrated Marketing Communications to Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communications
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • AC 362 Video Studio Production, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update prerequisites from AC 231 or PH 351 to AC 231
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
      Action: Approved

Production Management

  • Inactivation of MG 000 Manufacturing Management, 1-3 cr., 1-3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of MG 111 Manufacturing Process I, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of MG 152 Computer Applications Software, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • Technical Design, BS Degree Program:
    • Add course TS 110 Product Elements and Principles Laboratory, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to list of bridge courses
      Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
English and Communication Studies

  • New course EN 131 English Composition and Rhetoric, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): college-level English proficiency as demonstrated by placement test or completion of appropriate ES course(s)
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students learn rhetorical concepts and apply them to produce various genres of writing appropriate to different rhetorical situations. They will use revision to develop texts through multiple drafts, edit work to produce polished texts, and reflect upon their writing process. Students will practice reading complex texts and using information technologies. 
    SUNY General Education: G1 Basic Communication
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Communication - Written and Communication - Oral
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • EN 204 Contemporary US Immigrant Literature: Border Crossings and Migrations, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 230/FI 204 Martial Arts Cinema and its Global Impact, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 232 Perspectives on American Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • EN 235 African-American Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • EN 245 Intercultural Communication, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Action: Approved
  • EN 271 Literature and History: The Development of American Culture to 1865, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 272 Identity in America: History and Literature, 1865 to Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 301 Imaginative Worlds, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course of study
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or equivalent to EN 121 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
      Action: Approved
  • EN 306 Conflict Management and Negotiation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study:
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
      Action: Approved
  • EN 324 Writing on The Arts, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of EN 238 Comedy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • EN 335 Working Women in the United States: 1865 to Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 337 Poetry in a Global Society, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Online delivery of course.
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
      Action: Approved
  • EN 338 Introduction to Asian American History and Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • EN 363 Fiction Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Update prerequisites from EN 121 or ES 129 to EN 121 or equivalent, or EN 131
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
      Action: Approved
  • EN 390 The Uncanny (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
      Action: Approved
  • Asian Studies Minor:
    • Add existing course SS 395 International Conflict in the 21st Century (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Women and Gender Studies Minor:
    • Add new course MC 212 All In The Family: Representation of Italian Families in the 20th and 21st Centuries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

Film, Media, and Performing Arts

  • New course FX 114 Introduction to Editing, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This is a film production course on non-linear digital editing. Through lectures, demonstrations and workshops, students will gain proficiency in all the crucial steps of film post-production from the organization of clips to final color grade and sound mix. Students will complete a series of exercises, both in-class and on their own.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • FI 220 The Writers' Room: What Makes Great Television?, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:Update prerequisite from FI 256 Screenwriting I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to FI 256/EN 266 Screenwriting I, 3 cr.,3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • FI 222:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course title from History of Film, 1960-Present to History of Film, 1960-2000
    • Update prerequisite from none to FI 111
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FI 242/HA 315 Ethnographic Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023.
    Action: Approved
  • New course FI 301 The Film Auteur, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FI 111
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Films of directors are studied through the lens of “authorship,” a critical approach emphasizing the cinematic language and vision of a filmmaker in the body of their work. Each semester the films of one or two different directors will be examined.
    SUNY General Education: G7 Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Minor(s): Film and Media Studies
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of PE 210 Devotional Art and Dance of the Indian Sub-Continent and West Asia (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Film and Media, BS degree program:
    • Add new course FI 301 The Film Auteur, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to list of Major Directors
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Film and Media AAS 2-year degree program:
    • Drop PH 282 Basic Video Editing, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in Semester 1
    • Add new course FX 114 Introduction to Editing, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Major Area in Semester 1
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Film and Media Studies Minor:
    • Add new course FI 301 The Film Auteur, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

History of Art

  • HA 111 History of Art and Civilization in the Mediterranean and Beyond: Prehistory Through the Middle Ages, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course title from History of Western Art and Civilization: Ancient Prehistory Through the Middle Ages to History of Art and Civilization in the Mediterranean and Beyond: Prehistory Through the Middle Ages.
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 114 Prehistoric Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 115 : Crossroads: Global Art and Its Histories, 1450-1750, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • HA 116 Indigenous Art of North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • New course New course HA 118 Introduction to Fashion History: Materials, Motifs & Meanings, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course explores the history of trade, inspiration, and appropriation between cultures through case studies. It examines how fashion shapes identity and the complex intersection of materials, motifs, and meanings. It teaches how to ethically study global fashion, factoring in existing and historic power structures and cultural values.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G7: Humanities and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): Ethnic Dress in a Global Context, Fashion History, Theory and Culture, and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 121 Cities and Civilizations: The Eastern Mediterranean World, c. 3000 BCE-1000 CE, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • New course HA 123 African Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This class introduces students to the art and visual cultures of sub-Saharan Africa, and its contexts within a continent with an exceptionally long and varied history of creativity and artistic production. The course analyzes a series of themes and corresponding case studies in historical framework, paying particular attention to formal analysis, social contexts, and the uses of art in Africa, past and present.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G7: Humanities and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 202 Feminist Art Histories, Theories, and Practices, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 206 The Art, Architecture, and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 208 Earth Matters: Art & Environment in Ancient Egypt and Western Asia, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 210 Devotional Art and Dance of the Indian Sub-Continent and West Asia (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 212 Renaissance Art in Florence, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
    • Proposed SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 215 History of Menswear in Europe and North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course title from History of Menswear to History of Menswear in Europe and North America
    • Change prerequisites from HA 112 to HA 112 or HA 115
    • Update course of study
    • Propose course for SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
      Action: Approved
  • HA 220 History of Interior Design: The Modern Interior as Space and Image, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Update prerequisites from HA 112 to Any 100 level HA course
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • HA 224 Mesoamerican Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 227 Archaeological Excavation in Israel, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
    • Proposed SUNY General Education: G7 Humanities.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 228 Oceanic Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 233 Contemporary Global Fashion (course is renumbered to HA 322), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 235 Art, Technology and Empire in the Ancient World: Greece and Persia, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 236:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update course title from Queering Art History and Western Visual Culture to Queering Art History in Visual Culture of Europe and the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 238 Art and Design in Morocco, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 239 The History of African Textiles and Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • New course HA 246 Art and Social Justice in New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course studies social justice as addressed and explored through art, architecture, and visual culture in New York City. Critical investigations and discussion arise from field trips to local art institutions, historical sites, and monuments.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G6: The Arts and G7: Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Humanities, and The Arts
    Minor(s): Ethics and Sustainability and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 247 Medieval Art in Europe and the Mediterranean World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. (previously numbered HA 311)
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course presents the history of Western art and civilization from the fall of Rome to the Renaissance in Europe and the Mediterranean World. Illustrated lectures present architecture, painting, and sculpture in relation to pertinent religious, economic, and social changes.
    SUNY General Education: G6: The Arts, G7: Humanities, and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, The Arts, and World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 300 Art and Architecture of the Venetian Republic, c. 1100-1800, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from HA 112 to HA 112 or HA 115.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 304 Holocaust Representation in Art (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from HA 112 to Any HA course; and qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program or 3.5 GPA and approval of instructor.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • HA 305 History of 20th-Century Textile Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from HA 112 to HA 112 or HA 115.
    • Update student learning outcomes and course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 306 Far From Home: Travel Narratives and Art History (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 308 Goddesses, Women, Power and Patronage in the Ancient World (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • HA 311 Medieval Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Course inactivation (course renumbered to HA 247)
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 317 Italian Renaissance Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
    • Update prerequisites from HA 112 to HA 112 or HA 115 or HA 212
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • HA 318 Repositioning Ancient Egypt and Rethinking Egyptology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Add course to African American and Africana Studies Minor
      Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • HA 319 Art History and Conservation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from HA 111 or HA 112 to HA 111 or HA 112 or HA 115.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
      Action: Approved
  • New course HA 322 Contemporary Global Fashion History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. (Renumbered from HA 233)
    Prerequisite(s): HA 237, 305, 344, or 346
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course covers global fashion design trends and culture in the 21st century through the lenses of globalism, fashion and design history, gender and sexuality, environment and labor. Thematic lectures cover new media, representation, fashion in museums and the academy, among others, with discussion of contemporary critical debates in global fashion. (G6: Arts; G7: Humanities)
    SUNY General Education: G6: The Arts and G7: Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, and The Arts
    Minor(s): Fashion History, Theory and Culture and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • HA 333 Contemporary Photography and New Media, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from HA 231 or HA 243 or HA 343 to HA 231 or HA 243
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • HA 333 Contemporary Photography and New Media, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • HA 395:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course title from Studies in American Indian Art and Culture (Honors) to Studies in Indigenous Art of North America (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • Art History and Museum Professions, BS:
    • Update bridge course from HA 112 to any 100-level HA course
    • Update HA 111 first semester course to any HA course
    • Update EN requirement: English: 3 credits. CHOICE of any 200- or 300-level EN course to any 300-level EN Course
    • In Semester 7, relabel to HA Major Area Elective Other World Civilizations, remove Liberal Arts
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Ethics and Sustainability Minor:
    • Add new course HA 246 Art and Social Justice in New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add new course MC 307 Postcards from Italy: Marginality and Urban Ecologies in Modern Italian Culture, 3cr., 3 lec. hrs. to minor.
    • Add new course SS 315 Contemporary Issues Impacting the Caribbean Region, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
      Action: Approved
  • Fashion History, Theory, and Culture Minor:
    • Add new course MC 213 Italian Style: Fashion In Italian Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor.
    • Add new course HA 118 Introduction to Fashion History: Materials, Motifs & Meanings, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
    • Add renumbered course HA 322 Contemporary Global Fashion History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • History of Art Minor:
    • Drop HA 221 East Asian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from minor
    • Drop HA 223 African Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from minor
    • Drop HA 233 Contemporary Global Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from minor
    • Add HA 117 East Asian Art and Civilization,3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add new course HA 118 Introduction to Fashion History: Materials, Motifs & Meanings, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add HA 123 African Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add HA 246 Art and Social Justice in New York,3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add HA 322 Contemporary Global Fashion History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

Italian Studies Minor:Add new course ​MC 210 WORK IT! Labor and the Making of Contemporary Italy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
Add new course MC 212 All In The Family: Representation of Italian Families in the 20th and 21st Centuries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor.
Add new course MC 307 Postcards from Italy: Marginality and Urban Ecologies in Modern Italian Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
Action: Approved

  • Latin American Studies Minor:
    • Add new course SS 315 Contemporary Issues Impacting the Caribbean Region, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of IT 132 Italian in Florence, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
    Action: Approved
  • IT 214 Italian IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World Languages.
      Action: Approved
  • IT 223 Italian Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World Languages
      Action: Approved
  • MC 204 Images of the Mind: Introduction to Chinese Calligraphic Art (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • MC 205/FI 206 : Mexican Cinema: Between The National and The Global, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
    • Propose SUNY General Education: G6 The Arts
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • MC 209 Hispanic Cultures In New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes and course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • New course MC 210 WORK IT! Labor and the Making of Contemporary Italy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course uncovers changes, and recurring trends, in labor history in Italy. Students address the complexity of Italy’s economic transformations-from reconstruction to the shifts in migration patterns as affected by labor demands-by exploring how industrialization was narrated, celebrated, challenged, and even influenced by literary and cinematic texts.
    Proposed General Education: G7: Humanities.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities.
    Minor(s): Italian Studies.
    Type of Course: Elective.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 212 All In The Family: Representation of Italian Families in the 20th and 21st Centuries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: What are the origins of the myth of the Italian family? This course investigates the sources behind the enduring legacy of this trope of Italian society, through a wide variety of media. Students learn about the social, historical, and cultural forces that shaped the idea of la famiglia.
    Proposed General Education: G7: Humanities.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation:x Humanities.
    Minor(s): Italian Studies and Women and Gender Studies.
    Type of Course: Elective.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 213 Italian Style: Fashion In Italian Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines fashion in Italian culture from the Middle Ages through the present day. Drawing upon historical sources as well as cultural expressions including literature, film, and advertising, we look at fashion’s significant place in Italian history both as an industry and as an expression of sociopolitical change.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G7 Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Minor(s): Fashion History, Theory and Culture, Italian, and Italian Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • MC 241 Italian American Cultural Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
    • Update student learning outcomes
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • MC 261/FI 225 Latin American Cinema and Resistance, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • MC 262 Revolution as Spectacle: Mexico, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: The Arts.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • MC 301 Imaginary Encounters: Representations of the Caribbean (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from none to Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean of Liberal Arts
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • MC 302 Faire La Cuisine: French Food and Identity, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • New course MC 307 Postcards from Italy: Marginality and Urban Ecologies in Modern Italian Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description:  Italy’s artistic past is often an obstacle to understanding its present. This course looks at four Italian cities in written and visual narratives and explores the connections between people and environments, as well as how Italians deal with industrialization, climate change, migrant labor, mass tourism, and changing socioeconomic patterns.
    Proposed General Education: G7: Humanities.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice.
    Minor(s): Italian Studies and Ethics and Sustainability.
    Type of Course: Elective.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023.
    Action: Approved
  • MC 351 From Modern to Contemporary Latin American Women Writers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
     Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social
    • Justice.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness.
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities.
      Action: Approved
  • SP 142 Spanish for Spanish Speakers II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World Languages
      Action: Approved
  • SP 311 Spanish for Business, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update prerequisites from SP 142 or SP 214 or equivalent to SP 141, 213, 223 or permission of the instructor.
    • Update course description.
    • Update student learning outcomes.
    • Update course of study.
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World Languages.
      Action: Approved
      Science and Mathematics
  • New course MA 122 Foundations of Data Science, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the foundation of data science. It provides students with an understanding of the role of data science in making meaningful, data-driven decisions and predictions. This course is intended for students with no programming experience.
    SUNY General Education: G2: Mathematics
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Mathematics (and Quantitative Reasoning)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course MA 145 Math, Paper, Scissors, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Using a variety of puzzles and problems, students will explore the mathematics that emerges from paper folding and cutting. Students will learn to build models, analyze algebraic and geometric relationships, make conjectures, and develop proofs with paper. Applications in fashion, product design and technology will be introduced.
    SUNY General Education: G2: Mathematics
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): Mathematics
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • MA 331 Calculus, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Online delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Mathematics (and Quantitative Reasoning)
      Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of SC 045 General and Organic Chemistry Laboratory, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Action: Approved
  • Mathematics Minor:
    • Add new cross-listed course SS/MA 103 Research Methods to Mathematics Minor, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add new course MA 145 Math, Paper, Scissors, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • New course SS/MA 103 Research Methods, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Enhance your decision-making skills by using research methods in your life. Using guided, step-by-step instructional support, you will be able to design your own research, carry it out, and learn how to analyze the results. You will be able to apply the scientific research method in a practical, everyday context, and understand the value of research by gaining research skills through hands-on activities.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Economics and Mathematics
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • SS 151 Global Power and Politics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
      Action: Approved
  • SS 202/FI 200 Bollywood and the Making of India, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 251 American Government and Politics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: US History and Civic Engagement
      Action: Approved
  • New course SS 315 Contemporary Issues Impacting the Caribbean Region, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: A central focus of this course is the examination of a variety of themes reflecting contemporary social, political, and economic tension in the Caribbean, especially those between national security and challenges to human rights and citizenship.
    SUNY General Education: G4: Social Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, Caribbean Studies, Ethics and Sustainability, and Latin American Studies
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • SS 341 Women and Global Politics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 353 Latin America Today, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 354 Comparative Political Systems, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 393 Politics in the Middle East (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Spring 2024:
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 395 International Conflict in the 21st Century (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2024:
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Social Sciences
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
      Action: Approved
  • SS 397 Religion and Global Politics (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:
    • Update course of study
    • Update course description
      SUNY GE Framework for Fall 2024 Implementation:
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: World History and Global Awareness
    • Add SUNY GE Framework: Humanities
      Action: Approved
  • New course SS 401 Managerial Economics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): SS 242, and SS 345 or IN 442
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course will cover applications of the principles of microeconomics in managerial analysis and decision making. Students learn to master core economic theories essential for understanding and managing in the fashion industry, the firms, and consumer behavior and strategy, business transactions, and their economic impact, and the role of government.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Economics
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • African American and Africana Studies Minor:
    • Add renumbered course HA 123 African Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor (course previously numbered HA 223)
    • Add HA 318 Repositioning Ancient Egypt and Rethinking Egyptology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add new course SS 315 Contemporary Issues Impacting the Caribbean Region, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Caribbean Studies Minor:
    • Add new course SS 315 Contemporary Issues Impacting the Caribbean Region, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Economics Minor:
    • Add new cross-listed course SS/MA 103 Research Methods to Mathematics Minor, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    • Add new course SS 401 Managerial Economics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Ethnic Dress in a Global Context Minor:
    • Add new course HA 118 Introduction to Fashion History: Materials, Motifs & Meanings, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved


School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • New special topics course GD 380A Special Topics in Graphic Design: Experimental Graphic Design in Space, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): GD 345 and GD 346
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course covers the latest theories, principles, and skills of typography in motion to activate physical space. Graphic Design students utilize a variety of software to contextualize their designs. Typography in motion, and conceptual storytelling are stressed.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Special Topic
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Fashion

  • FF 121 Fashion Research and Inspiration, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.:
    • Online delivery of course
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

Fine Arts

  • New course FA 122 Pigments and Mediums, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the sources, basic chemistry and characteristics of historic and contemporary painting pigments and mediums, which will be formulated and used to illuminate the materials’ historic significance, proper application, and archival qualities. Lectures and studio work are supported with observation of artworks and conservation practices at local museums.
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Fine Arts AAS degree program:
    • Update Art History in Semester 1 from HA 112 to HA 112 History of European Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or HA 115 Crossroads: Global Art and Its Histories, 1450-1750, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved


Illustration and Interactive Media

  • Animation, Interactive Media and Game Design:
    • Add the following bridge courses to program:
      • CG 271 Design Fundamentals for Animation and Game Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • CG 272 Narrative Animation Fundamentals, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • CG 273 3D Fundamentals: Modeling, Rendering, Motion, and 3D Printing, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • CG 274 Web-based Game Development Fundamentals, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
        Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
        Action: Approved
  • New course CG 271 Design Fundamentals for Animation and Game Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this design fundamental course, students will learn basic design principles including but not limited to line structures, additive color, 3D space, pattern creation, as well as using the computer graphics as the medium to create imagery/artwork for animations and games.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course CG 272 Narrative Animation Fundamentals, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This introductory 2D animation course introduces the principles and techniques of narrative animation to artists and designers of various disciplines. Students will learn to bring their characters to life using fundamental animation skills and techniques. The focus is on combining digital animation tools with traditional animation principles and styles.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course CG 273 3D Fundamentals: Modeling, Rendering, Motion, and 3D Printing, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The theory and concepts needed to understand and construct 3D models are introduced. The focus of this introductory course is on acquiring the techniques used to create 3D models and how to apply real-world effects to their work through material application and lighting. Fundamental efficiency and familiarity with design software are strongly recommended for students registering for this course.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course CG 274 Web-based Game Development Fundamentals, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces new creative possibilities in the field of interactive media development. It is geared towards students with a strong visual creative background and serves as a bridge to learning how to use code with image elements. This is an essential course for using web-based scripting languages to exercise interactive game development and problem-solving skills.
    Proposed SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • CT 300:Update course title from Typography for Digital Content Design to Kinetic Typography, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
    • Update student learning outcomes
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • New course CT 360 Decentralized FinTech Product Design, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this course, students will learn fundamental product design principles by focusing on designing products specifically for the cryptocurrency ecosystem. The emphasis is on integrative user research, prototyping, iterative creative process, and the development of applications across platforms aligned with cryptocurrency use cases. This course offers students in the business majors an opportunity to acquire the skills and hands-on experience they need to ideate, design, and evaluate design from a user-centered perspective.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
    Action: Approved
  • CT 372:Update course title from Typography for Digital Product Design to Advanced Kinetic Typeface Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
    • Update course of study
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • New blended course CT 380 AI-Assisted Design, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in visual art and design. Topics covered include AI ethics, copyright issues, and social impact, as well as generative design and AI-assisted creative workflow. Students will learn how to use these technologies and platforms to facilitate creative processes such as generating creative content, automating design processes, streamlining workflows, and making data-driven design decisions.
    SUNY General Education: None
     SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
     Minor(s): None
     Type of Course: Related Area Elective
     Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
     Action: Approved
  • CT 401 User Experience (UX) and Interaction Design (IxD), 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.Blended delivery of course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New minor Digital Typography:
    As an essential part of digital design, typography can make the text more readable and accessible, convey a brand's identity and values, and be used to create a visually appealing and user-friendly interface. This minor has a flexible curriculum designed to help students in the School of Art & Design obtain an advanced understanding of applied typography, brand typography, and digital typeface design for the digital age.
    Students must complete at least three courses toward the minor and register for the fourth class before signing up for the capstone class, CT372 Advanced Kinetic Typography. Advisement with the minor coordinators is strongly encouraged before registering for the capstone class.
    Courses:
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 200 Content Design and Research, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. or CT 230 UX Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • CT 303 Dynamic Branding, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. or CT 342 3D Brand Identity Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • CT 332 Motion Graphics for Designers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.  or CT 300 Kinetic Typography, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 372 Advanced Kinetic Typeface Design, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design

  • TD 114 Computer Aided Print Design, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:Update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
    TD 126 : Textile Design Studio Practices, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023:Update course of study
    Update student learning outcomes
    Action: Approved
  • New course TD 230 Textile Design Studio: Portfolio and Industry, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TD 114 and TD 126
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Guided by textile trend forecasts for apparel and home, students use concept development, traditional media, and CAD to create a collection of original print designs and coordinates. Through lectures, demonstrations and industry visits, students gain an understanding of current practices in the textile/surface design industry and prepare a professional portfolio.
    SUNY General Education: None
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Capstone and Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop TD 202 Advanced Professional Practices, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in semester 2
    • Add new course TD 230 Textile Design Studio: Portfolio and Industry, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., to Major Area in semester 2
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • Textile/Surface Design AAS Degree Program:
    • Drop TD 202 Advanced Professional Practices, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in semester 4
    • Add TD 230 Textile Design Studio: Portfolio and Industry, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., to Major Area in semester 4
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies

Exhibition and Experience Design

  • Inactivation of ED 591 Exhibition Design Thesis: Directed Research, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Exhibition and Experience Design, MA degree program:
    • Drop ED 591 Exhibition Design Thesis: Directed Research, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs., from Summer Session I
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved
  • ED 691 Capstone Project Development & Qualifying Paper, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.:
    • Update prerequisites from ED 591 to none
    • Update course description
    • Update course of study
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved


Global Fashion Management

  • GF 503 Capstone I: Concept Development, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.:
    • Blended delivery of course
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • GF 552 Strategic Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Update course title from Business Policy to Strategic Management
    • Update course of study
    • Change a course description
      Requested Date of Implementation for Fall 2023
      Action: Approved
  • GF 586:Update course title from Global Retail Management to Seminar: Current Topics in Retail, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Update course of study
    • Update course description
    • Update student learning outcomes
      Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2024
      Action: Approved
  • GF 691 : Capstone Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.:
    • Course inactivation
      Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
      Action: Approved
  • Global Fashion Management, MPS degree program:
    • Move GF 612 Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 2 to semester 3
    • Move GF 561 21st Century Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 3 to semester 2
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
      Action: Approved

School of Art and Design
Communication Design Pathways

  • Update prerequisites of AD 381 Creative Principles, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from CD 217 or CD 216 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of AD 383 Strategy Planning and Brand Campaigns, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CD 216 or CD 217 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of CD 114 Presentation Graphics for Built Environments, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery, update course of study of CD 215 Design Studio II, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of DE 216 Foundation in Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of GD 216 Foundation in Graphic Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from DE 216 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of GD 331 Typography and Language, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CD 273 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of GD 332 Design in Cultural Context, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from CD 235 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of GD 345 Core Studio I: Design and Methodology, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from CD 217 or CD 216 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of PK 302 Packaging Design for Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Spatial Experience Design, BFA Degree Program:

  • Drop EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Liberal Arts in Semester 7
  • Change Liberal Arts English requirement from EN323 to English: 3 credits. CHOICE of 200- or 300-level EN writing course in Semester 7
  • Change choice - see Foreign Language*, 3 cr., to choice - see Liberal Arts / Foreign Language* G8 in Semester 7
  • Change choice - see Foreign Language*, 3 cr., to choice - see Liberal Arts / Foreign Language* G8 in Semester 8
  • Change Liberal Arts - Foreign Language: 6 credits. to Foreign Language or Modern Languages and Cultures:  6 credits. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Fabric Styling

  • Inactivation of FS 000 Fabric Styling, 1-3 cr., 1-3 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 321 Fashion Knit Design, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 322 Fashion Knit Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 424 Home Fashion Design, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 431 Fabric Styling II, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 432 CAD for Woven and Print Styling, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 433 Digital Presentation for the Fabric Stylist, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FS 453 Professional Presentation, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved

Fashion

  • New course FD 301 Sustainable Design Concepts, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students develop and design apparel using sustainable design practice while incorporating innovative methods utilizing previously constructed products and unconventional materials. Students explore new possibilities expanding their own personal aesthetic. Students collaborate on a group project focused on sustainable and design practice, small economy, and community engagement. Students research and collaboratively develop wearable apparel and accessories for now or the near future specifically addressing the impact of climate change, environmental, and societal impact. In the culmination of this course students will engage in an individual research project that reflects an understanding of the design's impact from fiber to finished design.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective and Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course FD 302 Designing For Innovation, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This class is designed as an elective for BFA students in the Fashion Department. Students develop design solutions using emerging technologies, including software, innovative materials and new methods of production. Incorporating advanced techniques in the initial module, students create innovative prototypes of functional solutions using methods and materials that can aid or support their wearer. Students collaborate on researching a new idea in design innovation, utilizing cutting-edge materials and/or tools. Students work together to develop and execute wearable items that address a need ( i.e., health and wellness, seated design, service work, protection, agriculture). In the culmination of this course, students select or create a brand label and design an innovative product with an aesthetic true to the company’s vision. 
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective and Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of JD 117 Enameling for Contemporary Jewelry, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from JD 101 to JD 101 or JD174
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Change course description and prerequisites of JD 122 Jewelry Casting, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from JD 121 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Fine Arts
Fine Arts BFA Degree Program:

  • Update writing electives from CHOICE of EN 321, EN 361, EN 362, EN 363, EN 364, or FI 256, 3cr. 3 lec. hrs., to any 200- or 300- level EN Writing Course 3cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Illustration and Interactive Media

Creative Technology Minor:

  • Remove AD 364 Digital Media Advertising, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
  • Add a choice CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. or CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to the minor. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
    Interior Design

Interior Design 2-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Remove HA 112 History of Western Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. from Art and Design History requirements
    Add “Any 100-level HA course (3 credits, required)” to Art and Design History course requirements
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of ID 431 Computer Rendering, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., from VP 311 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design

  • Update learning outcomes and course of study of TD 113 Textile Surface Design: Styles & Sources, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

School of Business and Technology
Cosmetics Fragrance Marking

  • Online delivery of CM 251 The Business of Beauty 360°, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship for the Fashion and Design Industries, BS Degree Program:

  • Drop EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Liberal Arts - Writing choice
  • Add EN 368 Intentional Objects: Writing About Things, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs to to Liberal Arts - Writing choice 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

  • New course FM 100 Fashion Industry Fundamentals, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None 
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course covers the evolution of fashion, market segmentation, relationships between industry sectors and retailers. Students will explore career paths and emphasize the importance of personal branding. Studies will culminate by exploring the global supply chain from concept to consumer focusing on sustainability and ethics.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 117 Introduction to Fashion Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 212 Case Studies in Fashion Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 224 Merchandising Math Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 225 Fashion Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 244 Product Development, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 262 Contemporary Retail Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FM 268 Team Development Workshop, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update student learning outcomes, and update prerequisites of FM 328 Merchandising for Multichannel Retailing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from FM 224 and FM 225 to FM 203 or FM 224 and FM 206 or FM 225
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course FM 331 Technology and Transformation in Fashion Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Let’s reimagine fashion! The metaverse is changing the fashion business, and the industry is poised to build upon the blockchain revolution. Digital identities, the Internet of Things, and robotics are altering the nature of fashion products. This course explores these exciting technological transformations and their implications for fashion business practices.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management, 1-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Drop choice - see Related Area Elective* from related area in semester 1
  • Add choice - see Major Area Elective* to Major Area in Semester 1
  • Drop choice - see Major Area Elective* from Major Area in Semester 2
  • Add choice- see Related Area Elective* to Related Area in Semester 2
  • Remove FM 212 Case Studies in Fashion Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from list of Major Area Electives
  • Add CM 251 The Business of Beauty 360°, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., MG 153 Excel for Business, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., and PM 121 Patternmaking I: Misses’ and Women’s Wear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to list of Related Area Electives
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop FM 108 First Year Experience I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from major area in semester 1
  • Add new course FM 100 Fashion Industry Fundamentals, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.,  to major area in semester 1
  • Drop FM 109 First Year Experience II, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from major area in semester 2
  • Add choice- see Major Area Elective*, 3 cr., to major area in semester 2
  • Major area electives increase from 3 cr. to 6 cr.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Add CM 251 The Business of Beauty 360°, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., MG 153 Excel for Business, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., PH 162 Photographic Styling, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., and PM 121 Patternmaking I: Misses’ and Women’s Wear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to list of Related Area Electives
  • Drop FM 212 Case Studies in Fashion Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from list of Major Area Electives
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Home Products Development

Home Products, BS degree program:

  • Drop choice - see Requirements*: Liberal Arts Elective(s), 6 credits, from Liberal Arts in Semester 7
  • Add EN 365 Research Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or EN 343 Advanced Public Speaking, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Liberal Arts in Semester 7
  • Add SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Liberal Arts in Semester 7
  • Drop choice - see Requirements*: Liberal Arts Elective(s), 3 credits, from Liberal Arts in Semester 8
  • Add PL 300 Business Ethics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Liberal Arts in Semester 8
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Marketing Communications

Advertising and Marketing Communications, 2-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Drop American History requirement from General Education choice
  • Add SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Social Sciences choice
  • Add SS 131 General Psychology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to General Education in Semester 2
  • Update General Education - choice from 6 to 3 credits in Semester 2
  • Update History of Art and Civilization choice to CHOICE of any HA 100-level course
  • Add AC 222 Sales Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to list of Major Area Electives choice
  • Increase Social Sciences requirement in major from 6 to 9 credits
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing Communications BS Degree Program:

  • Drop SS 237 Industrial Psychology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Liberal Arts Electives choice
  • Add American History choice of EN 271 Literature and History: The Development of American Culture to 1865, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., EN 272 Identity in America: History and Literature, 1865 to Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., EN 274 Voices of Civil Rights in American History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or EN 335 Working Women in the United States: 1865 to Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or HI 202 U.S. History: Civil War-Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., HI 203 Distant Neighbors: A History of Latin America and the U.S., 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., HI 391 U.S. History and Culture: 1860 to Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., HI 392 Religion and Religious Dissent in American History to the Civil War (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., HI 393 New York City and the Invention of America (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or HI 394 Rebellion and Resistance in America (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
  • Correct verbiage under the Note: section for bridge courses by replacing the word 'or' with 'and'.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Production Management

Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries, AAS 2-Year Degree Program:

  • Drop SC 112 Earth Science, 3.5 cr., 3 lec, 1 studio/lab hrs., from General Education in Semester 2
  • Add choice: see Requirements* : Liberal Arts / Science, 3-3.5 cr., to General Education in Semester 2
  • Drop BL 343 Introduction to Business Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Related Area Electives choice
  • Add TT 261 Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Related Area Elective choice
  • Drop EN 231 Short Fiction, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., EN 232 Perspectives on American Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., and EN 233 Poetry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from General Education - English choice
  • Add EN 201 Organizational Communication and Workplace Relationships, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., and EN 203 Your Digital Life: Online Literacies for a Networked World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to General Education - English choice
  • Add SC 101 Biodesign: Innovation at the Intersection of Science and Design, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., SC 202 The True Cost: A Product’s Life Cycle and the Science of Sustainability, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., SC 253 Ecology and Environmental Problems, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to General Education - Science choice
  • General Education options, changes from 27.5 to 27-27.5 credits
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • Update prerequisites of PM 221 Computerized Production Patternmaking, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 121 or approval of program coordinator to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of PM 236 Patternmaking: Coats and Suits I, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 121 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of PM 237 Patternmaking: Coats and Suits II, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 122 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of PM 255 Fit Analysis and Technical Documentation, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 233 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of PM 283 Patternmaking for Knit Garments, 2 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from PM 122 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of TD 313 Advanced Photoshop and Illustrator, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from TD 224 or TD 114 and TD 271 to TD 224 or TD 114 and TD 207
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Textile Development and Marketing

  • Update course description, learning outcomes, and course of study of TS 131 Textile Principles for the Fashion Designer, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approve
  • Online delivery of TS 215 The History of Textile Trade and Technology, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Textile Development and Marketing 1-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Add OR class option in major area required in semester one. Option is for TT 247 Color Creation and Sustainable Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., or TT 261 Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
    Textile Development and Marketing 2-Year AAS Degree Program:
  • Add OR class option in major area required in semester two. Option is for TT 247 Color Creation and Sustainable Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., or TT 261 Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
    School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Educational Skills

  • Update course description, learning outcomes and add new SUNY General Education Framework for ES 129 College Composition, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Communication - Oral and Communication - Written
    Action: Approved

English and Communication Studies

  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for EN 142 Composition and Rhetoric (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Communication - Oral, and Communication - Written
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description of EN 201 Organizational Communication and Workplace Relationships, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of EN 230/FI 204 Martial Arts Cinema and its Global Impact, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from none to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes and add new SUNY General Education Framework for EN 202 Women Write New York City, 3 cr.,3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes and add new SUNY General Education Framework for EN 258 Introduction to Performance Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes and add new SUNY General Education Framework for EN 279 Women's Writing: 1900 - Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes, add course to LGBTQIA Studies minor, and add new SUNY General Education Framework for EN 304 Writing as Activism (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Communication Studies, Minor:

  • Add EN 251 Theater Arts, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Women and Gender Studies, Minor:

  • Add new course FI 212 Drag and Cross-Dressing in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor.
  • Add new course FI 323 Sexuality in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Film, Media, and Performing Arts

  • New course FI 212 Drag and Cross-Dressing in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This lecture/screening class examines the idea of clothing as a cultural performance, as it intersects with gender as masquerade. It will explore the relationships between cross-dressing and theatricality, the way in which clothing constructs (and deconstructs) gender and gender differences, and the performativity of gender.
    General Education: Approved for G7: Humanities
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities
    Minor(s): Film and Media Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Fashion History, Theory and Culture, and Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Studies
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective and Related Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course FX 213 Second-Year Production II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): FX 212
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Building on production skills developed in Second-Year Production I, this course focuses on documentary and creative nonfiction filmmaking. Students will learn all the crucial steps of production from the development of ideas and research through editing and post- production. Students will complete three short documentaries including a biographical portrait, a social change documentary, and a creative nonfiction piece.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of FX 232 Documentary Film Production, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of PE 149 Meditation I, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study of PE 216 History of Ballet and Modern Dance, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Film and Media Studies, Minor:

  • Add proposed new course FI 212 Drag and Cross-Dressing in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Film and Media 2-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Drop FX 232 Documentary Film Production, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in Semester 4,
    Add new course FX 213 Second-Year Production II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in Semester 4, 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Film and Media BS Degree Program:

  • Add IC 497 Senior Internship, 3 cr. 3 lec. hrs., to the list of Major/Related Area Electives.
    Replace IC 497 Senior Internship, 3 cr. 3 lec. hrs. in semester 6 with an additional required Major/Related Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Pending Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

History of Art

  • Update course title and SUNY GE requirements HA 112 from History of Western Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era to History of European Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 115 Crossroads: Global Art and Its Histories, 1450-1750, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the art histories of global cultures,1450-1750. Students think critically about the impact of cultural exchanges and colonization on art, religion, politics, and societal values. Diverse cultural definitions of art and artists are explored, with focus on perspectives from Eurasia, Africa, the Americas, and the Pacific Islands.
    General Education: Approved for G7:Humanities and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 116 Indigenous Art of North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 117 East Asian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the major characteristics and artistic traditions of East Asian countries. Through lectures and surveys, students will examine the historical, religious, and social aspects of these civilizations. Consideration will be given to how East Asian countries respond to the arts of their neighbors, near and far, in comparison with other major civilizations. Emphasis is placed on art techniques and materials unique to East Asian art.
    General Education: Approved for G7:Humanities and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): History of Art and Asian Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, learning outcomes, and update course title of HA 204 from History of East Asian Costume to History of East Asian Dress, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 205 Italian Art in Context, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes, and add new SUNY General Education Framework for HA 211 Asian American Art and Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, and United States History and Civic Engagement
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 214 Art In New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 216 American Indian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. Course was renumbered to HA 116
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY GE requirements of HA 219 African American Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, Humanities, and US History and Civic Engagement
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 221 East Asian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY GE requirements of HA 225 Art and Civilization of India, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 229 Korean Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY General Education Framework to HA 231, update course title from Modern Art to Modern Art in Europe and North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 240 Modern and Contemporary Korean Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 242 Andean Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course explores the art and visual culture of the South American Andes (modern-day Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia), from their origins through the Inka and European invasion, with an emphasis on textiles. The class will also examine ceramics, metalwork, and stone that express fundamental aspects of Indigenous philosophy and cosmovision.
    General Education: Approved for G7:Humanities and G9: Other World Civilizations
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, World History and Global Awareness
    Minor(s): History of Art, Latin American Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY General Education requirements of HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2024
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 271 Japanese Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, update learning outcomes, and update prerequisites of HA 303 Tradition and Innovation in Asian Art and Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from HA 112 or HA 221 to HA 112, HA 115, or HA 117 Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, and update learning outcomes of HA 309 History of Business in the Visual Arts: 1800-2000 (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY GE Framework, update learning outcomes, and  update prerequisites, of HA 331 Contemporary Art and Culture: 1945 to the Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. from HA 112 to HA 112 of HA 115 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 341 History of Minor Arts/Crafts, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title, description and course of study of HA 344 European Fashion: Ancient Origins to Modern Styles, 3 cr, 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY GE requirements and prerequisites of HA 344 European Fashion: Ancient Origins to Modern, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities, and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, learning outcomes, add course to Ethnic Dress minor, update prerequisites from HA 111 or HA 112 or HA 121 or HA 221 or HA 225 or HA 226 or HA 229 or HA 271 qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program (3.5 GPA or higher) to Any of the following: HA 111, HA 112, HA 115, HA 117, HA 121, HA225, HA 226, HA229, or HA271 and qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA and permission of Dean of Liberal Arts, and add new SUNY General Education Framework for HA 383 Art of the Silk Road: Cross-Cultural Encounters (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 384 American Narratives in New York City Museums (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY General Education requirements and prerequisites of HA 385 Racism and Antiracism in Public Art and Architecture of the United States (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; update prerequisite from HA 112 and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts to Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Humanities, US History and Civic Engagement
    Action: Approved
  • Inactivation of HA 392 The Art of Venice: Titian to Tiepolo (Honors), 3 c.r, 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY GE requirements of HA 397 Studies in Maya Art and Culture (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Update SUNY GE requirements of HA 462 Art and Ethics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, and Humanities
    Action: Approved

Art History and Museum Professions, BS Degree Program:

  • Drop IC 497 Senior Internship: Career Planning, 3 cr., from Related Area in semester 8
  • Add choice - see Requirements*: Major/Related Area Elective(s) to Major Area in semester 8
  • Add CHOICE of 300- or 400- HA course not previously taken, or IC 497 to list of Major/Related Area Electives
    Requested Date of Implementation: Pending Fall 2023 
    Action: Approved

Ethics and Sustainability, Minor:

  • Add FM 480A Structural Racism and the Challenges of Diversity in the Fashion Business Retail Industry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Not Approved - Temporary special topics course not to be permanently added to minor

Fashion History, Theory, and Culture, Minor:

  • Add new course FI 212 Drag and Cross-Dressing in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

History of Art, Minor:

  • Add proposed new course HA 115 Crossroads: Global Art and Its Histories, 1450-1750, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor.
    Add new course HA 242 Andean Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for AB 111 Arabic I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for AB 112, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for AB 122 Arabic Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 111 Chinese I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 112 Chinese II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 122 Chinese Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 213 Chinese III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 214 Chinese IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for CH 223 Chinese Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for FR 111 French I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Add new SUNY General Education Framework to HA 231, update course title from Modern Art to Modern Art in Europe and North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for FR 122 French Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for FR 213 French III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for FR 214 French IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for FR 223 French Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for IT 111 Elementary Italian, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description and add new SUNY General Education Framework to IT 112 Italian II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for IT 113 Made in Italy: Italian Language through Food, Fashion and Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for IT 122 Italian Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for IT 213 Italian III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, update prerequisites from IT 214 or equivalent to IT 213 or 223 or permission of the instructor, and add new SUNY General Education Framework to IT 311 Italian for Business, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for IT 312 Italian Fashion Culture, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 111 Japanese I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 112 Japanese II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 113 Japanese Conversation in Japan, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and new SUNY General Education
    Framework for JA 122 Japanese Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 213 Japanese III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 214 Japanese IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for JA 223 Japanese Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 200 Mediterranean Crossings: Migration, Integration, and Social Unrest, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, World History and Global Awareness and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC/FI 201 Mafia Movies: Crime and Corruption in Italian Popular Culture, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Offer MC 202 Rome: The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City in Rome, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a study abroad course in Rome
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for MC 202 Rome The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 203 Gender as Performance: Representation of Masculinities in Latin American/Latinx Theatre, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, World History and Global Awareness, and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 206 Arab Literature and Culture: An Introduction, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, World History and Global Awareness, and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework, and  propose course for SUNY General Education to MC/FI 207 Devouring the Screen: Food in Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Pending SUNY General Education: G6: The Arts 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for MC 208 Paris Imagined and Real, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness 
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of MC 211 from Inventing Places: Spatial Myths in Brazilian Cinema to Brazilian Cinema: Inventing Places and Spatial Myths, 3 cr,. 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., and add new SUNY General Education Framework
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts, Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, World History and Global Awareness, and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for MC 251/FI 246/IT 251 Italian Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Offer MC 262 Revolution as Spectacle: Mexico, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a study abroad course in Mexico
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 303 Black in Paris: African American, African, and Caribbean Writers in the City of Lights (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Humanities and World History and Global Awareness
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for MC 305 Tang Poetry and Calligraphy: Classical Traditions of China (618-907 CE), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
  • SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World History and Global Awareness, The Arts, and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of MC 306 from Narratives of Global Capital: Francophone Africa from the 1960's to the Present to Africa: Contemporary Voices in Francophone Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 306 Africa: Contemporary Voices in Francophone Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. Hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, World History and Global Awareness, and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC/SS 308 White Gold: Sugar, Power and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
  • SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, Social Sciences, and World History and Global Awareness and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework to MC 313 Writing Women of the Italian Renaissance, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Diversity: Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, update prerequisites from none to any FI, HA ,or MC course, add new SUNY General Education Framework, add course to Women and Gender Studies Minor, and update course title of MC 331/FI 335 from Film Genres: Melodrama to Emotion Pictures: Film and Television Melodrama, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.,Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: The Arts and Humanities
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for MC 345 Food for Thought: Gastronomy in Italian Literature and Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: Humanities and World History and Global Awareness 
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for PO 111 Portuguese I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, and add new SUNY General Education Framework to PO 112 Elementary Portuguese II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for PO 122 Portuguese Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for SP 111 Spanish I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description and add new SUNY General Education Framework to SP 112 Spanish II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for SP 122 Spanish Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for  SP 141 Spanish for Spanish Speakers I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of SP 142 Spanish for Spanish Speakers II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for  SP 213 Spanish III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and add new SUNY General Education Framework for SP 214 Spanish IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, learning outcomes, and add new SUNY General Education Framework for SP 223 Spanish Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023 
    SUNY GE Framework Fall 2024 Implementation: World Languages
    Action: Approved

Latin American Studies, Minor:

  • Add new course HA 242 Andean Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
     Action: Approved

Science and Mathematics

  • New course SC 103 Environmental Justice Through the Lens of Chemistry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this course, a descriptive chemical and biochemical approach will be used to explore environmental chemistry, and further students' understanding of ethics, social injustice and sustainability. Selected case studies of environmental injustice will set a context for their learning and understanding of science. Specific examples of industrial processes, their environmental impacts, and the safety of consumer products are some of the environmental concerns that will drive students' exploration of science.
    Proposed General Education: Pending: G3 Natural Sciences
    Minor(s): Ethics & Sustainability
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Mathematics, Minor:

  • Add MA/HA 272 Islamic Art and Mathematics (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Sustainable Materials and Technology, Minor:

  • Creation of new minor Sustainable Materials and Technology (SM&T)
    The Sustainable Materials and Technology (SM&T) Minor offers all FIT students the opportunity to gain an understanding to evaluate the different types of challenges faced by our societies through fundamental scientific knowledge and practice applying this to real-world scenarios and problems.Required Courses:SC 102 Climate Change, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SC 202 The True Cost: A Product’s Life Cycle and the Science of Sustainability, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Electives:CS 100 Societal Impact of Computing, Security, and Ethics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SC 100 Wired, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SC 101 Biodesign: Innovation at the Intersection of Science and Design, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SC 201 Plants, Pollinators, and People, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SC 203 Disease Ecology in a Changing World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SC 204 Designing with Emerging Materials (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SC 245 Chemistry of the Everyday World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SC 253 Ecology and Environmental Problems, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    HA 319 Art History and Conservation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    ID 472 Ecology and the Built Environment, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    SS 302 Economics of Energy and Fossil Fuels, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    SS 336 Psychology for Sustainability, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    TT 247 Color Creation and Sustainable Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • Update prerequisites of HI 204 Leisure in America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from EN 121 or ES 129 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course HI 212 America at Night, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Nights are different. Throughout American history, nighttime has been more fun, dangerous, and revealing of our unconscious. Learn about electric light and its historical consequences: 24-hour manufacturing, new leisure activities, changes in sexual and gender practices. Learn to help people suffering common afflictions of the night: depression, addiction, isolation.
    Proposed General Education: G10: American History and G7: Humanities
    Minor(s): American Studies and History
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 314 Economics of Art and Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): SS 141 and SS 242
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course reviews economic theory and its application to the arts and culture sectors. Students explore topics related to supply and demand analysis, market structure in the cultural sector, consumer behavior, the role of the economic agents in the art industry, and public support for the arts. The course examines the economic concept of the value and its application in arts, including how art trades in the market, whether art is a good investment or not, how art is financed, and what role art plays in the local community and economy.
    Proposed General Education: Pending G4: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Economics, History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 400 Economics of Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): SS 242, and SS/MC 304
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course offers students an application-oriented introduction to the economics of recreation, leisure, and tourism through a comprehensive analysis of the market mechanism, demand, supply, and consumer behavior. Throughout the course, students learn to master core economic theories essential for understanding the recreation, leisure, and tourism industry, firm and consumer behavior and strategy, business transactions and their economic impact, and the role of government.
    General Education: Approved for G4: Social Sciences
    Minor(s): Caribbean Studies, Economics
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

American Studies, Minor:

  • Add new course HI 212 America at Night, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Caribbean Studies Minor:

  • Add SS 400 Economics of Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to the minor. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Economics Minor:

  • Add SS 400 Economics of Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to the minor.
    Add SS 314 Economics of Art and Culture, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to the minor  
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Ethnic Dress in a Global Context, Minor:

  • Add HA 383 Art of the Silk Road:  Cross-Cultural Encounters (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Studies, Minor:

  • Add new course  FI 212 Drag and Cross-Dressing in Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

History, Minor:

  • Add new course HI 212 America at Night, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies
Art Market Studies

  • Update course title, description, learning outcomes and course of study of AM 533 Market Structures and Dynamics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Global Fashion Management

  • Inactivation of GF 511 Fashion for Global Markets, 3 cr., 4.5 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Winter 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title, course description and course of study of GF 551 Global Supply Chain and Sourcing, 3 cr., 3 lec.hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Change course title, description, learning outcomes, and course of study of GF 561 21st Century Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of GF 602 Capstone III: Applied Research, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of GF 612 Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023 
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design
Communication Design Pathways

  • Online delivery of AD 217 Advertising and Digital Design: Principles, Processes, and Practices, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
    Fashion
  • Update prerequisites of FD 400 3D Garment Visualization, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from FF 493 or FF 494 or FF 495 or FF 496 or FF 497 to none 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion Design - Children’s Wear BFA degree program:

  • Add the following courses to the list of related area electives:
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved


Fashion Design - Intimate Apparel BFA degree program:

  • Add the following courses to the list of related area electives:
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved


Fashion Design - Knitwear BFA degree program:

  • Add the following courses to the list of related area electives:
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved

Fashion Design - Special Occasion BFA degree program:

  • Add the following courses to the list of related area electives:
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved

Fashion Design - Sportswear BFA degree program:

  • Add the following courses to the list of related area electives:
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisite(s) of ML 115 Fabric Hat Construction, 2.5cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from ML 113 to none 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Footwear and Accessories Design, BFA:

  • Open the related area electives to include major and related area electives
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: No approval required


Fine Arts

3-Dimensional Designed, Minor:

  • Drop DE 102 Principles of Display and Exhibit Design: Large Scale, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from minor
  • Drop PK 216 Foundation in Packaging Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Illustration and Interactive Media

  • Update prerequisite(s) of CG 214 Web Page Construction, 1.5cr., 1 lec., 1 studio/lab hr., from CG 111 or PH 114 or TD 111, or approval of chairperson to none and update course of study
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisite(s) of CG 221 Design and Authoring for Interactive Media I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CG 111 to none
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New minor Multi-sensory Branding
    The Multi-sensory minor is a trans-disciplinary 5-course program that enables students to acquire a deeper understanding of the practice of branding and its role in the digital age. The minor complements the degree programs in Art & Design and Business & Technology. This new addition will provide graduates of all programs from both schools with a competitive edge in today's job market in a variety of branding-related fields.
    Required courses:
    • CT 303 Dynamic Branding, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    • CT 342 3D Brand Identity Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • CT 350 Sonic Branding, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
      Action: Approved

Interior Design

  • Update course description and learning outcomes of ID 431 Computer Rendering, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/;lab hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved


Interior Design BFA degree program:

  • Drop EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from liberal arts in semester 6
  • Add EN 365 Research Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to liberal arts in semester 6
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved


Textile/Surface Design

  • Update course of study of TD 141 Nature Studies, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of TD 206 Advanced Home Textiles, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from TD 155 or TD 251 to TD 114 and TD 155 or TD 251
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, and learning outcomes of TD 251 Techniques for Decorative Fabrics and Surfaces, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Business and Technology
Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing, BS:

  • Update mathematics requirement to MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., and MA 222 Statistical Analysis, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. 
  • Select from MA 321 Data Analysis for Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or MA 322 Statistics, Machine Learning, and Data Mining, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., if MA 222 Statistical Analysis, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. has previously been completed.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
    Entrepreneurship
  • New course EP 364 Understanding, developing Web 3.0 business opportunities and NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students will gain an understanding of Web 3.0, Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), and how to utilize them in creative businesses and entrepreneurship. The fundamentals of Web 3.0/NFTs will be learned, including how to create, mint, develop tokens, create authenticity, generate digital ownership, innovative opportunities, and ventures.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): Creative Entrepreneurship
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Entrepreneurship for the Fashion and Design Industries, BS:

  • Update Mathematics choice in semester 5 from MA 321 Data Analysis for Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to MA 321 Data Analysis for Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or MA 322 Statistics, Machine Learning, and Data Mining, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
  • Update Mathematics choice in semester 6 from MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., MA 331 Calculus, 3 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., or MA 332 Calculus II, 3 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
  • Add FM 305 The Business of Building a Fashion Brand, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to related area elective choice
  • Add EN 365 Research Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to writing choice
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved

Creative Entrepreneurship, Minor:

  • Add new course FM 305 The Business of Building a Fashion Brand, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a choice in the minor.
  • Add new course EP 364 Understanding, developing Web 3.0 business opportunities and NFTs (Non-Fungible Tokens), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

  • Update course description, course of study and contact hours of FM 108 First Year Experience I, from 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to 3 cr., 3 lec., 0 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and contact hours of FM 109 First Year Experience II, from 3 cr., 2 lec, 2 studio/lab hrs., to 3 cr., 3 lec., 0 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update contact hours of FM 110 Product Elements and Principles, from 2 cr., 2 lec., 0 studio/lab hrs., to 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course FM 305 The Business of Building a Fashion Brand, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): EN 121 or equivalent
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The Business of Building a Fashion brand explores concepts and skills in creating and launching a fashion brand. Students utilize classroom activities to simulate the business activities and strategies relevant to brand development including concept development, understanding target audience, manufacturing decisions, digital marketing and trademarking, pricing and profit strategies.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Marketing Communications

  • New course AC 275 Global Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): AC111, AC114, and SS 141 or Equivalent
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Challenges and perspectives in global marketing across and within national boundaries as they relate to Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) practice. The course focuses on cultural, legal, social, economic and competitive factors that affect marketing strategies, the marketing mix and IMC planning in global market environments.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 321 Principles of Public Relations, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 411 Brand Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
    Technical Design
  • Change course hours of TC 311 Production Pattern Development I, from 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. to 0 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Change course hours of TC 312 Production Pattern Development II, from 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. to 0 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Textile Development and Marketing

  • Update credits and contact hours of TS 110 Product Elements and Principles Laboratory, from 1 cr., 0 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
English and Communication Studies

  • Update course description, learning outcomes, and update course title of EN 322 from Writing in the Art and Design Professions to Writing for Art and Design Professions, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Deactivation of EN 367 Writing for Art History and Museum Professions, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course EN 368 Intentional Objects: Writing About Things, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: People are obsessed with things. Special objects inspire imagination and evoke admiration. Common objects contain memories and showcase identities. What is collected, valued, and discarded is culturally and personally significant. Together we will explore the power of objects for creative writing using personal, archival and autoethnographic experiences.
    Proposed General Education: The Arts (G6)
    Minor(s): English, English Writing, LGBTQIA Studies, Women and Gender Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


English: Writing, Minor:

  • Add EN 368 Intentional Objects: Writing About Things, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
  • Drop EN 367 Writing for Art History and Museum Professions, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Women and Gender Studies, Minor:

  • Add EN 368 Intentional Objects: Writing About Things, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


History of Art

  • Change course number and title of HA 216 American Indian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to HA 116 Indegenous Art of North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Course approved for G7 Humanities and G9 Other World Civilizations
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of HA 228 Oceanic Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. (course previously numbered and titled HA 314 History of American Art)
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Study of the visual arts in the United States from the Colonial Era to World War I. Painting, sculpture, architecture, and other visual media are analyzed as discrete artistic expressions and also as manifestations of pertinent cultural, social, economic, political, and religious developments. Students examine an inclusive array of artists.
    General Education: G7 Humanities and G10 American History (course previously approved for general education under course number HA 314)
    Minor(s): History of Art, History and American Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 320 Animals, Architecture, and Aesthetics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): One History of Art course
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students study the myriad ways animals create structures for living and expression from an art historical perspective. Considering the construction and sustainability of nests, hives, dams, and burrows, we will ask “do animals make architecture?”. The aesthetic sensibility of animals will be discussed in relation to ontology and ethics.
    General Education: Approved for G7 Humanities and G6 The Arts
    Minor(s): History of Art and Ethics and Sustainability
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 321 Eco-Visions in Art and Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Any HA or approval of the chairperson
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course surveys modern and contemporary art and design from an ecological perspective, highlighting consciousness-raising activism and environmental sustainability.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for Humanities G7
    Minor(s): History of Art and Ethics and Sustainability
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and prerequisites of HA 342 History of Textile Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from two semesters of History of Art and Civilization to one HA course
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
     Action: Approved
  • Renumbering of MP 209 Art and Museum Law, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., to MP 409; update prerequisite(s) from none to MP 362
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved

Ethics and Sustainability Minor:

  • Add new course HA 320 Animals, Architecture, and Aesthetics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
  • Add new course HA 321 Eco-Visions in Art and Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: No approval required

History of Art Minor:

  • Add retitled and renumbered course HA 116 Indigenous Art of North America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
  • Add retitled and renumbered course HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to the minor
  • Add new course HA 320 Animals, Architecture, and Aesthetics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
  • Add new course HA 321 Eco-Visions in Art and Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: No approval required

Fashion History, Theory, and Culture, Minor:

  • Update HA 244 History of Western Costume, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from a required course in the minor to an option
  • Drop required course SS 376 Clothing and Society, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., make course an elective
  • Update minor to require only 5 courses to complete
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • New minor French and Francophone Studies
    Required:
    • Two semesters of French Language. Choose from:
      • FR 111 French I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 112 French II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 122 French Conversation I, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • FR 132 French in Paris, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 213 French III, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 214 French IV, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 223 French Conversation II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • FR 315 Introduction to French Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    • Three elective courses. Choose from:
      • MC 208 Paris: Imagined and Real, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • MC 301 Imaginary Encounters: Representations of the Caribbean (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • MC 302 Faire La Cuisine: French Food and Identity, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • MC 303 Black in Paris: African American, African, and Caribbean Writers in the City of Lights (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • MC 306 Narratives of Global Capital: Francophone Africa from the 1960's to the Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • MC 308 White Gold: Sugar, Power and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism (Interdisciplinary), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • FI 341 French Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
      • HA 244 Art and Architecture in Paris, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
      • HA 301 Fashion and Impressionism (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
        Requested date of Implementation: Summer 2022
        Action: No approval required

Social Sciences

  • Online delivery of SS 244 Fashion Economics, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
    African American and Africana Studies, Minor:
  • Add HA 385 Racism and Antiracism in Public Art and Architecture of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


American Studies Minor:

  • Retitling and renumbering HA 314 to HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Retitling and renumbering HA 216 to HA 116 Indigenous Art of North, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: No approval required


Economics Minor:

  • Add new course SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved
    History Minor:
  • Retitling and renumbering HA 314 to HA 245 Art of the United States, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: No approval required

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Studies, Minor:

  • Add EN 368 Intentional Objects: Writing About Things, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
    Middle East and North African Studies Minor:
  • Add HA 318 Repositioning Ancient Egypt and Rethinking Egyptology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation:  Summer 2022
    Action: Approved


Psychology Minor:

  • Add new course SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation:  Summer 2022
    Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies
Fashion and Textile Studies

  • Blended delivery of FT 620 Fashion Theory I: Art Historical and Social Theories of Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.|
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

School of Business and Technology
Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

Update title of CM 442 from Global Brand Management in Cosmetics and Fragrance to Global Brand Management in Cosmetics and Fragrance (in the Digital Age), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
Action: Approved


Entrepreneurship

Online delivery of BE 402 The Business of Illustration, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved


Fashion Business Management

Online delivery of FM 109 First Year Experience II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Online delivery of FM 204 Innovation in Product Development, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Online delivery of FM 205 Fashion Marketing and Digital Technology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Update course of study and course description of FM 206 Strategies of Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Online delivery of FM 207 Retail Strategies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Update course of study and course description of FM 245 Fashion Forecasting for Merchandisers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Online delivery of FM 300 Case Study Method: Fashion Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Online delivery of FM 322 Fashion Inventory Management, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Update prerequisites of FM 363 Corporate Social Responsibility, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from FM 361 to none
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved

Online delivery and update prerequisites of FM 341 Computer-Aided Product Development I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from FM 244 to none
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved


Home Products Development

Home Products Development BS degree program:

Drop choice - see Requirements*: Liberal Arts Elective(s), from Liberal Arts in semester 6
Add MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., MA 321 Data Analysis for Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or MA 322 Statistics, Machine Learning, and Data Mining, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Liberal Arts in semester 6
Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
Action: Approved


International Trade and Marketing

New course IN 400 Cross Border E-commerce and Social Media for International Trade and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): None
Co-requisite(s): None
Description: This course prepares students to apply the most important digital marketing strategies currently used by brands in cross border e-commerce in compliance with regulations in multiple countries. Students will apply this knowledge to select expansion strategies and use key social media platforms to support their international commerce initiatives.
Proposed General Education: None
Minor(s): None
Type of Course: Major Area Elective
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved

Marketing Communications

Online delivery of AC 202 Strategic Planning for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved
Update prerequisites of AC 411 Brand Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from AC 321 to AC 321 and AC 362
Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
Action: Approved


Production Management

  • Update course of study, course description, and prerequisites of MG 114 Principles of Product Construction, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from TS 111, or TS 015/115 or TS 132 to TS 111, or TS 015/115 or TS 131 or TS 132
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description and learning outcomes of  MG 132 Marketing for Manufacturers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description and learning outcomes of MG 234 Supply Chain Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Technical Design

  • Update prerequisite of PM 122 Patternmaking II: Misses' and Women's Wear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs. from PM 121 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisite(s) of PM 221 Computerized Production Patternmaking, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 121 or FD 121 or MW 131 to PM 121 or approval of program coordinator
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and title of TC 202 from Computerized Pattern Corrections and 3D Avatar Fitting to Browzwear Computerized Pattern Corrections and 3D Avatar Fitting, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Technical Design BS degree program:

  • Drop FD 117 Design Studio I - Introduction to Draping, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., DP 111 Draping Proficiency I, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs., and AR 101 Fashion Art and Design, 1.5 cr., 1 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs.,  from list of bridge courses
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Textile Development and Marketing

  • New course TT 203 Yarn Formation: Fundamentals and Industry Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TS111 or TS131 or TS115/015
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course teaches the fundamental principles of short staple, long staple and filament yarn formation: the objectives and importance of opening, cleaning, blending, mixing, combing, drafting, and twisting of yarn. Quality and costing parameters that affect aesthetics, evenness and performance are studied. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of technical and novelty yarns in current markets. In the laboratory portion of this course, students analyze, determine and document physical properties of yarn using industry-standard techniques and communication practices.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course TT 456 Nonwovens and Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TS 111 or TS 131 or TS 015/115 or TS 110 or approval of chairperson 
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course provides students with a broad overview of nonwovens and performance textiles and their varied applications. The fundamental principles of nonwovens and performance textiles are introduced along with the latest developments and relevant technologies. Sustainability and emerging regulatory issues are emphasized.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of TS 461 Weft Knit Fabrications and Finishing Techniques, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs., from none to FD 356
    Requested Date of Implementation: Summer 2022
    Action: Approved


Textile Development and Marketing 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop TT 261 Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 2
  • Add new course TT 203 Yarn Foundation: Fundamentals and Industry Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Textile Development and Marketing 2-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop TT 261 Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 4

  • Add new course TT 203 Yarn Foundation: Fundamentals and Industry Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 4
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Textile Development and Marketing BS Degree Program:

  • Add option of TT 456 Nonwovens and Performance Textiles, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., or TT 477 Textile Converting and Costing, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 7
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • New course AD 468 Creative Advertising Portfolio, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): AD 315 and AD 382
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students prepare cohesive art director, copywriter, strategy planner or brand designer portfolios to be hired at advertising and digital agencies upon graduation. Preparation for interviews, including how to present yourself comfortably and confidently, how to stand out, along with networking and establishing contacts in the industry will be covered in this course.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, and course title of AD 482 from TV and Web Video to TV and Online Video, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, and course title of AD 498 from Senior Project to Purpose-Driven Project, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of PK 354 Design Strategy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Digital Design BFA Degree Program:

  • Drop AD 466 Senior Portfolio, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 7
  • Add AD 468 Creative Advertising Portfolio, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., or CT 460 Brand Experience Design Portfolio, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., as major or related area elective choice in semester 7
  • Update major and related area electives
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Graphic Design BFA Degree Program:

  • Drop CT 303 Dynamic Branding, 2 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 5
    Add CT 332 Motion Graphics for Designers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to related area in semester 5
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Packaging Design BFA Degree Program:
  • Drop CT 303 Dynamic Branding, 2 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 5
  • Add CT 332 Motion Graphics for Designers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to related area in semester 5
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Fashion

  • Update prerequisites of AP 244 Haute Couture Construction and Technology, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs., from AP 242 to AP242 or FD 231
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of JD 271 Alternative/Sustainable Materials, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs., from JD 237 or approval of chair to JD 240, or approval of chair
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of JD 273 Studio Fabrication III, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs., from JD 237 to JD 240
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion Design AAS Degree Program - 1-Year Apparel Specialization: 

  • Drop CL 112 Faces and Places in Fashion, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs., from related area in semester 2
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion Design AAS Degree Program - 1-Year Art Specialization: 

  • Drop CL 112 Faces and Places in Fashion, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs., from related area in semester 2
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Illustration and Interactive Media

  • New course CT 230 UX Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CT 200, AC 111, or instructor approval
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Writing is an essential part of user experience design (UXD). This course teaches skills, processes, and tools for maximizing the impact of UX writing on the overall user journey. Students from both marketing and design programs looking to enter the field of experience design will benefit greatly from this course.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New blended course CT 305 Digital Design: Visual Communication,  3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This digital design course introduces the principles of personal and brand communications. Students learn to articulate ideas and emotions through design elements such as line, shape, space, color, composition, and typography. Students enrolled are expected to have writing and presentation skills from classes such as EN121 or EN242.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New blended course CT 322 Digital Design: Visual Storytelling, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this digital visual storytelling course, students learn to use color, texture, images, sound, and movement to engage viewers. Design principles and processes are introduced for the purpose of visual communications and expressions. Students enrolled are expected to have writing and presentation skills from classes such as EN121 or EN242.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course CT 332 Motion Graphics for Designers, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): GD 216 or PK 216
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces motion design principles and techniques specific to visual designers. Through lectures, discussions, and hand-on exercises, each student will create motion graphics that communicate the brand message and brand personality using time, movement, and sound.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Related Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course CT 342 3D Brand Identity Design, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CT 303 or Instructor Approval
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and hand-on exercises, students will learn how to create a unique and impactful 3D brand identity system for a wide range of touchpoints. The new possibilities for effective brand experience in virtual space are also discussed and explored.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course CT 350 Sonic Branding, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CT 303 or Instructor Approval
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students learn the creative process of audio brand identity design to activate customer experiences and build recognition and value through audio and sound. Sonic branding is one of the fastest-growing fields in branding. Students entering this course are expected to have fundamental branding knowledge from classes such as CT303.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course CT 460 Brand Experience Design Portfolio, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CT 304
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students prepare a cohesive portfolio for user experience (UX) design, user interface(UI) design, digital product design, information architecture (IA) , interaction designer (IxD), digital content design, or dynamic branding design. The students will learn how to prepare a professional resume, online portfolio, leave-behind package, and interview techniques specific to the field of experience design.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Related Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
    School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    Film, Media and Performing Arts
  • New course FX 212 Second-Year Production I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FX 113
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course builds on First-Year Production II and introduces students to a myriad of moving image forms including narrative, documentary and multiscreen installation. In-class workshops and lectures will provide an overview of aesthetic and technical aspects of film production as students are introduced to linear and nonlinear story-telling strategies.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Film and Media AAS degree program:

  • Drop PH 283 Framing the Shot, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. from Major Area in Semester 3
  • Add new course FX 212 Second-Year Production I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Major Area in Semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Dance Minor: 

  • Move PE 200 Performance Workshop, 2 cr.,  1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to dance history and cultural context choice section of minor 
  • Move EN 258 Introduction to Performance Studies, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Choice/Option section of minor
  • Move MU 202 Latin American and Caribbean Music, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Choice/Option section of minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: FYI only


History of Art

  • New course HA 318 Repositioning Ancient Egypt and Rethinking Egyptology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Recontextualizes ancient Egypt within the history of ancient Africa and African society. Through readings, discussions, and field trips, students examine how scholars have often framed ancient Egypt as part of the “West” rather than Africa and evaluate past and current biases in our understanding and reconstruction of ancient Egyptian culture.
    Proposed General Education: G7 Humanities and G9 Other World Civilizations
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Minor(s): History of Art and Middle East and North African Studies
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 319 Art History and Conservation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): HA 111 or HA 112
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces students to technologies used to conserve, restore, and examine works of art, and to basics in the development, science, and ethics of art conservation. Students learn how technologies are used in critical analysis in art historical study, and about the history, challenges, and practices of conservation.
    Proposed General Education: G6 The Arts and G7 Humanities
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Minor(s): History of Art and Ethics and Sustainability
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 385 Racism and Antiracism in Public Art and Architecture of the United States (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): HA 112 and qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of dean for Liberal Arts.
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Study of racism and antiracism in public art and architecture of the United States from the Colonial Era to today. We analyze historical sites, sculptures, murals, and multimedia installations as discrete examples of visual culture and in context as strategic exertions of social, legal, economic, aesthetic, and political power.
    Proposed General Education:  American History (G10) and Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, American Studies, Ethics & Sustainability, History and History of Art
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Art History and Museum Professions BS Degree Program:

  • Drop MP 309 Art and Museum Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from major area in semester 6
  • Add MP 307 Professional Practicum for Art Museums and Galleries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to major area in semester 6
  • Drop MP 307 Professional Practicum for Art Museums and Galleries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from major area in semester 7
  • Add MP 309 Art and Museum Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to major area in semester 7
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Ethics and Sustainability Minor:

  • Add new course HA 319 Art History and Conservation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: FYI only


History of Art Minor:

  • Add new course HA 318 Repositioning Ancient Egypt and Rethinking Egyptology, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
  • Add new course HA 319 Art History and Conservation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: FYI only


Modern Languages and Cultures

  • Add IT 312 Italian Fashion Culture, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to the Fashion, History, Theory, and Culture minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: FYI action only
  • Online delivery and update course of study of JA 111 Japanese I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 208 Paris Imagined and Real, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this course, we explore the space that Paris occupies in both the imagination and history. Paris is many things to many people. Students will make their own assessments of the City of Lights, based on readings, screenings, and other representations of Paris.
    Approved for General Education: Western Civilization (G5) and Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): French and History
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 209 Hispanic Cultures In New York, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course focuses on the development of Hispanic culture in New York from the turn of the 20th Century to the present. Students examine the cultural production from the earlier waves of Hispanic immigration to contemporary expressions of Latinx culture through diverse media sources: writing, video, film, audio, and the visual arts.
    Proposed General Education: Humanities (G7) and American History (10)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, American Studies,  Caribbean Studies, Latin American Studies, History, and Spanish
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New cross-listed course MC/FI 211 Inventing Places: Spatial Myths In Brazilian Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students analyze films from diverse periods in Brazilian cinema through a series of places that explore geographic and symbolic spaces in the nation’s cultural imaginary. The City, The Backlands, The Amazons, and the topic of Nomadism are studied considering aspects of Brazilian culture related to race, gender and social class.
    Approved for General Education: Humanities (G7) and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, Film and Media Studies, and Latin American Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 305 Tang Poetry and Calligraphy: Classical Traditions of China (618-907 CE), 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces students to Chinese calligraphy and poetry during the Tang period (618-907 CE), the golden age of Chinese art and culture. Students develop extensive knowledge of the classical tradition of Chinese language and literature, an understanding and appreciation of Chinese thought and culture and their place in the broader East Asian cultural ecology since the Middle Ages.
    Approved for General Education: G7 Humanities (G7) and G9 Other World Civilizations
    Minor(s): Asian Studies and Mandarin Chinese
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 306 Narratives of Global Capital: Francophone Africa from the 1960's to the Present, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course focuses on cultural contributions to the wealth of an Africa rising in the Francophone region. Students will be able to identify a shift from the center-periphery model of postcolonial theory to Ngūgī wa Thiong’o’s notion of “globalectics.” Emphasis will be placed on the ways in which film, literature, music, fashion, pop culture, and the visual arts produce knowledge about the cultures of Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali, Niger, Senegal, and their diasporas.
    Approved for General Education: Humanities (G7) and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, French and History
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of MC 351 From Modern to Contemporary Latin American Women Writers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of SP 311 Spanish for Business, 3 cr., 2 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved
    Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) Studies Minor:
  • Add MC 203 Gender as Performance: Representation of Masculinities in Latin American/Latinx Theatre, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to minor
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: FYI only


Social Sciences

  • New course HI 211 Modern American History Through Food, 2 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines how the production, distribution, consumption and evolution of food has shaped the history of modern America. Students will explore how diverse “foodways” have shaped capitalism, economic power, social relations, cultural traditions, government, business institutions, labor organizations, and globalization from 1865 to the present.
    Approved for General Education: American History (G10)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course PL 200 Environmental Ethics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students will be introduced to the basic concepts, ethical theories and world views (e.g., anthropocentrism, environmental holism, deep ecology) that animate key debates in Environmental Ethics, the ways in which human activities have had a negative impact on the environment, and efforts that have or can be made to ameliorate that impact.
    Approved for General Education: G7 Humanities
    Minor(s): Ethics and Sustainability
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 206 Psychology of Consumer Behavior, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): SS 131
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students explore the many facets of individual consumer decision making and behavior, including interpersonal, social, and societal factors that guide and predict behavior. Globalization and culture are emphasized throughout as essential considerations. Topics include consumer well-being, psychological distance, consumer neuroscience, emotions, identity-signaling behavior, status consumption, scarcity, privacy, and ethical consumption.
    Proposed General Education: G4 Social Sciences
    Type of Course:
    Minor(s): Economics and Psychology
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of SS 376 Clothing and Society, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of SS 446 Economies of Latin America, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved
    Science and Mathematics
  • New course MA 200 A Visual Approach to Numbers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematics proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course is a visual primer for elementary number theory. It explores patterns within the natural numbers, integers and rational numbers. Topics include divisibility, remainders, prime numbers, fractions, the greatest common factor, the Euclidean Algorithm, congruence, modular arithmetic, linear equations, Fermat’s little theorem, and cryptography. Whenever possible, visualizations will be used to demonstrate these concepts. Real life examples will draw from the visual arts, music theory, and data communication.
    Approved for General Education: Mathematics (G2)
    Minor(s): Mathematics
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of MA 231 Precalculus, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of MA 300 The Mathematics of Financial Life Management, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of MA 321 Data Analysis for Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from MA 222 and mathematic proficiency to MA 222
    Requested Date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


School of Graduate Studies

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management MPS Degree Program:

  • Drop CF 655 Commerce Management, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs., from semester 3
    Add CF 660 International Business Practices, 1.5 cr., 1.5 lec. hrs., to semester 3
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Exhibition and Experience Design

  • New course ED 600 Spatial Experience Design Integrated Technologies: Capstone, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: During this individualized studio course, each student will develop a unique experiential design project to apply and test their thesis hypothesis. The course incorporates Universal Design Principles, sustainable methods and materials, and the integration of the latest emerging technologies. The student will create a Final Design drawing and specification package following all industry standards.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Capstone, Thesis
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
    Exhibition and Experience Design MA degree program:
  • Drop ED 632 Advanced Presentation Techniques, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from semester 3
    Add new course ED 600 Spatial Experience Design Integrated Technologies: Capstone, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., to semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Fashion Design

  • New course MF 507 Pattern Recognition, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: First-year students will explore advanced creative pattern making using both digital and traditional methods. An integral and technical part of the design process, pattern making can also be approached more creatively. Experimental approaches to cutting and pattern making can result in innovative designs. Students will be encouraged to formulate a unique approach to patternmaking, while considering practical methods related to pattern creation and workflow
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MF 606: Professional Development Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: A three-credit advanced professional development course to help graduate students chart their fashion design career paths, market themselves effectively, and transition successfully into the workforce. Class sessions and workshops are complemented by experiential learning or other special research projects, as selected by the student based on their individual professional goals, in consultation with the course faculty member.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion Design MFA degree program:

  • Drop Elective from Semester 1
    Add new course MF 507 Pattern Recognition, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to  semester 1
  • Drop Elective from semester 2
  • Move MF 602 International Making Seminar II: Fashion Farming, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from winter session 3 to summer session 1
  • Add new course MF 606 Professional Development Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to semester 4
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion and Textile Studies

  • Update course level of FT 520 Fashion Theory I: Art Historical and Social Theories of Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to a 600-level course
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description and course title of FT 522 from History of Western Textiles to History of Textiles through the Nineteenth Century, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and change hours of FT 551 Collection Management Skills from 3 lec. to 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description, course of study and change hours of FT 552 Museum Theory and Practices from from 3 lec. to 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of FT 633 from Advanced Theory: Professional Seminar to Advanced Theory: Symposium Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of FT 654 Exhibition: Planning and Interpretation, 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, description, and title of FT 691 from Fashion and Textile Internship to Internship: Preparation and Planning, change credits and hours from 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs., to 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
    New course FT 693 Internship: Completion and Assessment, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FT 691
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The Fashion and Textile Studies internship is a supervised field experience in a museum, archive, conservation center, library or other suitable organization. This course guides the documentation, completion and assessment of the internship experience.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Minor(s): None
    Requested Date of Implementation: Fall 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update hours of FT 701 Qualifying Paper Seminar from 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum and Practice MA Degree Program:

  • Drop FT 520 Fashion Theory I: Art Historical and Social Theories of Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 2 (course to be assigned new 600-level number)
  • Add FT 6XX Fashion Theory I: Art Historical and Social Theories of Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to semester 3
  • Drop choice of FT 624 History of Fashion Journalism and Visual Media. 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 3
  • Drop choice of FT 625  History of American Men's Wear, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 3
  • Drop choice of FT 631 Special Topics, 0 cr., 0 lec. hrs., from semester 3
  • Drop choice of FT 623 Contemporary Fashion: Research and Criticism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 4
  • Remove FT 691 Internship: Preparation and Planning, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs., from Additional Courses list
  • Add FT 691 Internship: Preparation and Planning, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs., to semester 2
  • Add FT 693 Internship: Completion and Assessment, 1 cr., 1 lec. hrs., to semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Global Fashion Management

  • Update course description and learning outcomes of GF 612, update course title from Quantitative Methods for Planning and Control to Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Division of Academic Affairs

Internship Center

  • Online delivery of IC 297 AAS Internship C: Career Exploration, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design
Communication Design Pathways

  • New course AD 217 Advertising and Digital Design: Principles, Processes, and Practices, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): PK 216
    Description: This course introduces students to the disciplines, work environment, and creative workflow of advertising and digital design. Students are presented with brand communication challenges and learn to work in the new creative team of art directors, writers, and experience designers to apply both narrative and systematic creative thinking to deliver creative solutions for brand messaging as well as digital products such as mobile apps.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of AD 364 Digital Media Advertising, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from AD 216, to AD 217 or CT 200
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course AD 483 Creative Case Studies, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): AD 482
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The course introduces the process of creating case studies to communicate creative concepts for both advertising campaigns and digital product design. Students learn to articulate the brand problem or a user problem, develop an insight, explore narrative or systematic creative solutions, execute the idea in the form of a client creative presentation that is persuasive, professional, and impactful.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery and update course of study of CD 232 Visual Language, 3 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Change course title of CT 200 from Content Design and Research for Artists to Content Design and Research, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New special topics course VP 480A Special Topics in Motion and Design: Storytelling for Graphic Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022

Advertising and Digital Design BFA degree program:

  • Drop AD 497 Student Competition, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in Semester 8
  • Add AD 483 Creative Case Studies, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., to major area in Semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Communication Design Foundation 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop AD 216 Foundation in Advertising Digital Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 1
  • Add AD 217 Advertising & Digital Design: Principles, Processes, and Practices, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to related area in semester 1
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Communication Design Foundation 2-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop AD 216 Foundation in Advertising Digital Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Related Area in semester 3
  • Add AD 217 Advertising & Digital Design: Principles, Processes, and Practices, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Related Area in Semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion

  • Update the text in the program curriculum grids and in the notes section of all Fashion Design, upper division in the major area electives and related area elective areas to allow for flexibility in the related area.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Photography

  • Change prerequisites of PH 331 Lighting for Still and Moving Images, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from PH 118 or PH 130 or PH 132 or PH 181 to PH 118 or PH 130 or PH 132 or PH 181 or FI 111
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Photography and Related Media, BFA program changes:

  • Drop EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from liberal arts in semester 6
  • Add EN 322 Writing in the Art and Design Professions, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to liberal arts in semester 6
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


School of Business and Technology

Advertising and Marketing Communications

  • Update course of study and course description for AC 111 Advertising and Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 141 Introduction to Journalism, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update co-requisites of AC 202 Strategic Planning for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from AC 272 Research Methods in Integrated Marketing Communications to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 211 Workshop in Business Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of AC 231 Advertising Copywriting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from (AC 111 and CD 122) or AD 216 to AC 111
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 242 Fashion Journalism Workshop, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 262 Multimedia Presentations for Business, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 312 Multi-Channel Copywriting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
    FIT-ISCOMM BS 1-year study abroad option
    A joint 1-yr study abroad exchange experience between ISCOM in Paris and FIT for twelve (12) FIT AMC students and twelve (12) French ISCOM students. The French students will study at FIT for semesters 5 and 6, along with the FIT students.  In semesters 7 and 8 the French and FIT students study at ISCOM. Courses taken at ISCOM will be transferred back to fulfill the AMC, BS degree requirements.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved 

Advertising and Marketing Communications 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop SS 205 Introduction to Accounting Financial Management from General Education, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Semester 1
  • Add MG 242 Principles of Accounting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Related Area in Semester 1
  • Add AC 161 Multimedia Computing for Advertising and Marketing Communications, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Major Area in Semester 1
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Advertising and Marketing Communications 2-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop SS 205 Introduction to Accounting Financial Management from General Education, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Semester 1
  • Add MG 242 Principles of Accounting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Related Area in Semester 1
  • Remove 1 credit of Health and/or Phys. Ed from degree program
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Advertising and Marketing Communications BS degree program:

  • Add AC 301 Shopper Marketing and Sales Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to list of Major Area Electives/Internship
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

  • New cross-listed course CM/EP 363 Beauty Entrepreneurship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course provides a dynamic forum for students to identify new opportunities in the fragrance, cosmetics, and toiletries industries to create innovative business ideas and product concepts. Students will develop the skills and the materials necessary to launch ideas in the Beauty Entrepreneurship space turning them into viable new business ventures.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): Creative Entrepreneurship
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course CM 402 Color Cosmetics: Science and Creativity, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CM 323 and CM 023
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course will provide students with a full understanding of the world of color cosmetics. They will explore the chemistry, the psychology, the development, and the manufacturing of color cosmetics. Through a series of lectures, workshops, and hands -on experiments students will learn to color match, evaluate, and produce industry ready palettes for all product categories including lip, eye, skin, and nails.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing BS degree program:

  • Add option to 8th semester. Update 8th semester major area to CM 425 Environmental Fragrancing, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., or CM 402 Color Cosmetics: Science and Creativity, or CM 363 Beauty Entrepreneurship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Entrepreneurship

  • New cross-listed course EP 363 Beauty Entrepreneurship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course provides a dynamic forum for students to identify new opportunities in the fragrance, cosmetics, and toiletries industries to create innovative business ideas and product concepts. Students will develop the skills and the materials necessary to launch ideas in the Beauty Entrepreneurship space turning them into viable new business ventures.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
    Add new cross-listed course CM/EP 363 Beauty Entrepreneurship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the Creative Entrepreneurship minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved


Entrepreneurship BS degree program:

  • Add new cross-listed course CM/EP 363 Beauty Entrepreneurship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the pool of courses listed on the Entrepreneurship major page as a Major or Related Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Fashion Business Management

  • Online delivery of FM 110 Product Elements and Principles,  2 cr., 2 lec.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of FM 203 Business Intelligence in Planning and Buying, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of FM 300 Case Study Method: Fashion Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course FM 304 Business of Virtual Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None (for Fashion Business Management majors only)
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course focuses on the changes in retail merchandising for: wholesale showrooms, retail visual merchandising, and online platforms; B2B and B2C business models. This student experience in working in a virtual merchandising environment will be gained through the use of ByondXR Virtual Showroom Platform. This course applies cloud based virtual software that students will use to create virtual showrooms for wholesale and retail brands. Students will apply their skills to merchandise collections, plan and allocate product, and create visual merchandising presentations all in a virtual setting.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, learning outcomes and change prerequisites of FM 422 Merchandising Strategies from FM 325 and (MA 300, or MA 311, or MA 321, or MA 322, or MA 331) to MA 300, or MA 311, or MA 321, or MA 322, or MA 331
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of FM 441 Computer-Aided Product Development II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from FM 341 and MG 306 to FM 341
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Fashion Business Management/Florence and New York, BS

  • Drop MG 306 Information Systems: Case Analysis, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. from related area in semester 7
  • Add FM 330 Data Insights and Fashion Analytics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 7
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Home Products Development

  • Update/change course of study, course description, and learning outcomes of HP 315, change course title from Textile Applications: Home Products to Home Textile Applications
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved


Technical Design

  • Update prerequisites of PM 171 Pattern Grading: Misses' and Women's Wear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from (for Patternmaking Certificate students) PM 121, or (for Fashion Design students) FD 111 or FD 121 to PM 121 Patternmaking I: Misses' and Women's Wear or approval from program coordinator
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of TC 341 Technical Design I - Wovens, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from TC 311 and (AR 215 or FF 242) and (FD 241 or MG 252 completed spring 2008 or later) to TC 311
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Production Management

Production Management BS degree program:

  • Drop MA 213 Quantitative Methods, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Liberal Arts in semester 5
  • Add choice of MA 300 The Mathematics of Financial Life Management, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., or MA 311 Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to Liberal Arts in semester 5
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Textile Development and Marketing

  • Online delivery of TS 110 Product Elements and Principles Laboratory, 1 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


School of Liberal Arts

English and Communication Studies

  • Online delivery of EN 203 Your Digital Life: Online Literacies for a Networked World, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Add EN 235 African-American Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the African American and Africana Studies Minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and course description of EN 245 Intercultural Communication, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Add EN 274 Voices of Civil Rights in American History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to African American and Africana Studies Minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of EN 323 Specialized Writing and Thesis Preparation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Film, Media, and Performing Arts

  • New course FI 210 Film Genres: Cult Cinema, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Cult films are difficult to define or categorize. Whether certain cult films are intentionally self designated, or whether alternative audiences see worth in what mainstream cinema goers have found unpalatable or distasteful, the “culture of cult” requires a more attentive approach.
    Proposed General Education: Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): Film and Media Studies
    Type of Course: Major area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


History of Art

  • Online delivery of HA 111 History of Western Art and Civilization: Ancient Prehistory Through the Middle Ages, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add HA 219 African American Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the African American and Africana Studies minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Add HA 223 African Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the African American and Africana Studies minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and change course description of HA 314 History of American Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add HA 394 History of New York Architecture (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the American Studies minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • Online delivery of FR 111 French I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery and update course description of MC 202 Rome: The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add MC 202 Rome: The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the History minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add MC 203 Gender as Performance: Representation of Masculinities in Latin American/Latinx Theatre, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs, to the Women and Gender Studies minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 203 Gender as Performance: Representation of Masculinities in Latin American/Latinx Theatre, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course provides an introduction to Latin American and Latinx theatre from the point of view of gender studies and the representation of masculinities. Students gain an understanding of the different trends that led to the development of theatrical manifestations in Latin America while learning about their historical, socio-economical, political, and cultural context from the late 60s up to nowadays.
    Proposed General Education: The Arts (G6), Humanities (G7), and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): Latin American Studies and Spanish
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of MC 302 Faire La Cuisine: French Food and Identity, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. 
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course MC 303 Black in Paris: African American, African, and Caribbean Writers in the City of Lights (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean of Liberal Arts
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course will explore the long-historical relationship that African American, African, and Caribbean writers have had with the city of Paris from the colonial period to the postcolonial eras. Central to our discussions will be two of the most prominent 20th Century Black cultural Movements: the Harlem Renaissance and the African and West Indian Negritude Movement.
    Proposed General Education: Humanities (G7) and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, Caribbean Studies, and Ethics and Sustainability
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • Add HI 200 Queer Work: A Research Seminar in LGBTQ Business and Labor History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the LGBTQIA Studies and Women and Gender Studies minors
    Requested date of Implementation: Summer 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New Special Topics course HI 280A Crime, Police, and Prisons in American History, 3 cr., 3 lec hrs.
    Prerequisite(s):None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: What should be illegal, and who should decide? How should societies police and punish lawbreakers? Students learn the history of crime, police, punishment and rehabilitation over three centuries, focusing on theories of crime and policing, racism, civil rights, sex, drugs, and the rise and fall of violent crime.
    Proposed General Education: American History (G10) and Social Sciences (G4)
    Minor(s): African American and Africana Studies, American Studies and History
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective, Special Topics
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add PL 202 Animal Ethics and the Fashion Industry, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., to the Ethics and Sustainability and Fashion History, Theory and Culture minors
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery and update course description of PL 300 Business Ethics, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 102 Economics of the Global Theme Park Industry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s):None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students will learn economic and applied economics principles of creative enterprises through their application to the global theme park industry. Students will learn how design can impact profitability and costs, and will apply this analysis to evaluate the success or failure of global theme parks and their social and economic impact.
    Proposed General Education: Social Sciences (G4)
    Minor(s): Economics
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
    Remove SS 310 Economic Globalization: Problem or Panacea?, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from the International Politics minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies

Fashion and Textile Studies

  • Update/change course of study of FT 691 Internship, update credits and hours from 0 cr., 3 lec. hrs to  2 cr.,  2 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion and Textile Studies MA degree program:

  • Add FT 691 Internship, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs. to semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion

  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 501 Thesis Idea, change to 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 502 Thesis Play, change to 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 503 Fashion Creation I: X3 Self, change to 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 522 Fashion Creation II: Elective Connect, change to 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 601 Fashion Creation III: Design Archaeology, change to 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 602 International Making Seminar II: Fashion Farming, change to 3 cr., 3 lec., 0 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 627 Thesis: Exhibition Design & Portfolio, change to 3 cr.,  2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update/change course of study and hours of MF 629 Thesis: Captured/Present, change to 3 cr., 3 lec., 0 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved

Fashion Design, MFA degree program:

  • Winter session 1:Drop MF 506 International Making Seminar I - Fashion Institute of Technology Investigates FIT, 3 cr., 6 lab. hrs.
  • Move Summer session 2 course: MF 602 International Making Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., to Winter session 3
  • Add to semester 3: choice of FT 524 Dress and Textiles in World Cultures, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., or FT 522 History of Western Textiles, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • Update course of study and online delivery of AD 216 Foundation in Advertising & Digital Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 116 Design Studio Intensive I, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 126 Digital Graphics Intensive I, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 173 Typography I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 217 Capstone Design Studio, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 226 Digital Graphics Intensive II, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of CD 232 Visual Language, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CD 235 to CD 235 or CD 116
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CD 273 Typography II, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of CT 244 Introduction to Web Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of DE 216 Foundation in Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of GD 216 Foundation in Graphic Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of PK 216 Foundation in Packaging Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of PK 342 Digital Tools II, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 302 Overview of Spatial Experience Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: An overview of the spatial experience design profession, this course focuses on the historical, social, artistic, commercial, and technical trends and developments over the past 100 years. Highlights include retail design, trade shows, expositions, and museum exhibition design.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization, 4 cr., 2 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this course, students develop designs for presentation environments through a process that includes content research, analysis, conceptualization, visualization, design development, schematic drawing and presentation documentation. This process is applicable to an array of presentation projects including museum exhibitions, showrooms, interpretive centers, trade shows, retail, corporate, and experiential environments.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 304 Brand, Spatial Experience and Retail Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course encompasses how the consumer experience can be enhanced through store planning, visual merchandising, and of point of purchase display. Store, fixture, and point-of-purchase design is applied to commercial environments. Overall store design, product presentation, and fixture design, as well as point-of-purchase design are applied to developing commercial environments that communicate fundamental brand narratives and anticipate customer behavior.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course New course VP 305 Placemaking, Wayfinding and Environmental Graphics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course focuses on the creative integration of graphics into spaces to enhance the viewer’s experience. The professional process of concept development, project proposals, schedules, techniques, materials, budget, production, and sources are explored. Assignments focus on the design of signage and other graphic media utilizing concept sketching and computer skills. Process and evaluation of the professional strategies are documented and evaluated.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 306 CAD for Spatial Experience, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course presents 3D CAD techniques in Vectorworks, enabling designers to develop and present their concepts in 3D drawings and renderings.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of VP 312 from Product Presentation to Product Presentation - Small Scale, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of VP 314 from Mannequin Presentation for Retail and Exhibitions to Product Presentation - Large Scale, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of VP 331 from Three-Dimensional Construction for Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design to Three-Dimensional Construction for Spatial Experience Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 400 Portfolio and Careers in Spatial Experience Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): VP 441
    Description: This course examines the communication and digital skills required to create an identity and visual narrative to prepare for professional careers. In the class students will produce an electronic portfolio using a variety of digital platforms as well as specific print support. Students develop research and communication skills to pursue internship, career research, and professional networking specifically for the space and brand experience design field.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 401 Brand Activation in Spatial Experience Design, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): CT 303
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Activations, Experience and Events are part of a very fast growing industry for the promotion and visibility of brands. Students explore and create meaningful and inspiring translations of brand campaigns and new products through interactive spaces, installations and experiences with the goal of educating, inspiring and gaining brand loyalty of consumers.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 402 Styling for Professional Presentation, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s) VP 211 and FS 434
    Co-requisite(s): FS 454
    Description: This advanced class explores an array of styling opportunities in a range of media through lectures, demonstrations, and studio projects. Students expand their three-dimensional and digital rendering skills to develop pieces for their portfolio. Working collaboratively, students design and construct a temporary three-dimensional trend forecasting installation for the Graduating Student Exhibition. Professional skills necessary for the industry such as scouting locations for photo shoots, finding appropriate props and set, development of fashion presentations and video production will be developed.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Related Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • New course VP 404 Advanced Brand Experience in Retail Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/labs
    Prerequisite(s): VP 304 Brand, Spatial Experience and Retail Design
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course presents a further understanding of the retail experience with an emphasis placed on innovation, technical skills and research analysis. Overall design concepts, fixtures, choice of materials and graphic components will be studied, applied and evaluated. Students will develop documentation that meets industry standards as well as advanced rendering and visualization techniques.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisite(s) of VP 411 Interpretive Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from DE 226 or ID 282 to new course VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization, 4 cr., 2 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study for VP 412 Senior Design Project, 4 cr., 1 lec., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2023
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisite(s) of VP 441 Interpretive Exhibition Graphics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from none to new course VP 305 Placemaking, Wayfinding and Environmental Graphics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2022
    Action: Approved

Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design BFA degree program:

  • Change of program title from Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design to Spatial Experience Design
    Requested date of Implementation: To be determined
    Action: Approved
  • Drop VP 301 Overview of Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 5
  • Drop VP 311 Space and Environment for Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 5
  • Drop VP 321 Visualization and Sketching for Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 5
  • Add VP 302 Overview of Spatial Experience Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 5
  • Add VP 303 Space, Environment and Visualization, 4 cr., 2 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 5
  • Drop VP 313 Visual Presentation in In-Store Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 6
  • Drop VP 314 Mannequin Presentation for Retail and Exhibitions, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 6
  • Drop VP 341 Graphic Strategy for Visual Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 6
  • Drop DE 226 CAD for Visual Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 6
  • Add VP 314 Product Presentation - Large Scale, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 6
  • Add VP 304 Brand Spatial Experience and Retail Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 6
  • Add VP 305 Placemaking, Wayfinding and Environmental Graphics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 6
  • Add VP 306 CAD for Spatial Experience, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 6
  • Add VP 400 Portfolio and Careers in Spatial Experience Design,  2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 7
  • Drop VP 461 Portfolio and Professional Presentation, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 8
  • Add the following two new courses to the list of major area electives:VP 404 Advanced Brand Experience in Retail Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    VP 401 Brand Activation in Spatial Experiential Design, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Design Division Studies

  • Update the text for both the Color Studies and the 3D minors to state that both minors can be of benefit to students from all schools in the College. Previously, the text indicated that these minors were only available to students from specific Schools.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Remove PK 212 Foundation in Three-Dimensional Design for Consumer Packaging, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from 3-Dimensional Design Minor offerings
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved

Fabric Styling

Fabric Styling BFA degree program:

  • Change course FS 491 Internship, 2 cr., from general elective course to required course in semester 8
  • Remove text regarding general elective choice of FS 491 or other elective course from the major page
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fabric Styling BFA degree program:

  • Drop FS 461 Sustainable Knits and Seamless Technology, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs. from major area in semester 7
  • Add FS 435 Home Fashion Styling, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 7
  • Drop FS 435 Home Fashion Styling, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 8
  • Add VP 403 Styling for Professional Presentation, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs., to related area in semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
    Fashion

Fashion Design - Intimate Apparel BFA Degree Program:

  • Drop FD 472 Structural Design Fitting Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., from semester 7
  • Add “choice - “see Major Area Electives**” to semester 7
  • Add FD 472 Structural Design Fitting Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., to list of Major Area Electives in notes section of major page
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Design - Special Occasion BFA Degree Program:

  • Drop FD 472 Structural Design Fitting Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.  from semester 7
  • Add “choice - see Major Area Electives**” to semester 7
  • Add FD 472 Structural Design Fitting Techniques, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., to list of Major Area Electives in notes section of major page
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

  • Update course title and course of study for FD 356 from Seamless Knit Design: Stoll M1 to Fully-Fashioned Knit Design: Stoll M1 Plus, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course FD 400 3D Garment Visualization, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FF 493 or FF 494 or FF 495 or FF 496 or FF 497
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Using fashion designer methodology students digitally create garment patterns and fabrics prototypes while exploring textile possibilities for garments they have designed, using fashion industry proprietary/simulation CAD 3D software. Students learn the fundamentals of merging garment and fabric development to create collections with an overall balance of color, pattern, texture, proportion and function. (Current software Clo3d).
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New special topics course FD 480A Special Topics in Fashion Design: 3D Garment Visualization, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FF 493 or FF 494 or FF 495 or FF 496 or FF 497
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Using fashion designer methodology students digitally create garment patterns and fabrics prototypes while exploring textile possibilities for garments they have designed, using fashion industry proprietary/simulation CAD 3D software. Students learn the fundamentals of merging garment and fabric development to create collections with an overall balance of color, pattern, texture, proportion, and function.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of JD 267 Jewelry Seminar/Best Business Practices, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs., from JD 237, JD 271, and JD 273 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
    Change prerequisites of JD 274 Fabrication Capstone/Portfolio, 2.5 cr., 5 studio/lab hrs., from JD 273 and JD 271, or approval of chair to JD 273 and JD 240
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
    Interior Design
  • Change co-requisites of ID 173 Visual Representation I, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from ID 117 to ID 117 and CD 114
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of ID 219 Interior Design Studio III, 5 cr.,  1 lec., 8 studio/lab hrs., from ID 118 to ID 118 and ID 174
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change co-requisites of ID 282 Design Technology I, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from none to ID 219
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change co-requisites of ID 316 Interior Design Studio IV, 4 cr., 8 studio/lab hrs., from none to EN 323
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
    Photography
  • Update course of study and online delivery of PH 272 Photoshop I for Photographers, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
    Textile/Surface Design
  • New course TD 207 Adobe Illustrator for Textile/Surface Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TD 114
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces students to illustrator tools and techniques, with a specific focus on repeat design creation. Students create an apparel print design collection and presentation boards.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
    Textile/Surface Design 1-year AAS degree program:
  • Drop TD 271 Textile/Surface Design Using Adobe Illustrator, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area required in semester 2 
    Add new course TD 207 Adobe Illustrator for Textile/Surface Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to major area required in semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


Textile/Surface Design 2-year AAS degree program:

  • Drop TD 271 Textile/Surface Design Using Adobe Illustrator, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area required in semester 3 
    Add new course TD 207 Adobe Illustrator for Textile/Surface Design, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to major area required in semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved


School of Business and Technology

Advertising and Marketing Communications

  • Online delivery of AC 221 Publicity Workshop, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 471 Media Planning, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Summer 2021
    Action: Approved


Advertising and Marketing 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop FM 116 Fashion Business Practices, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a required related area course
  • Add FM 116 Fashion Business Practices, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.,  to the list of Major/Related Area choice statement below the grid
  • Add SS 205 Introduction to Accounting Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a related area required course in Semester 1
  • Drop AC 222 Sales Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Major Area in Semester 2
  • Add AC 202 Strategic Planning for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the Major Area in Semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing] 2-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop FM 116 Fashion Business Practices, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a required related area course 
  • Add FM 116 Fashion Business Practices, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the list of Major/Related Area choice statement below the grid
  • Add SS 205 Introduction to Accounting Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to  related area required course in Semester 1
  • Drop DM 211 Workshop in Direct Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Related Area required  
  • Add DM 211 Workshop in Direct Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the list of Major/Related Area choice statement below the grid
  • Add statement “choice - see Major Area Electives* or Related Area Electives*”, 3 cr., to Semester 3  
  • Drop AC 222 Sales Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Major Area in Semester 4
  • Add AC 202 Strategic Planning for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the Major Area in Semester 4
  • Change general education requirements for Social Sciences from SS 141 and SS 205 to SS 131 and SS 141 and SS 205
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing Communications BS degree program:

  • Increase Major Area Electives choice credits from from 6 to 9 credits in Semester 7
  • Increase Liberal Arts credits from 6 to 9 credits in Semester 8
  • Replace bridge course AC 231 Advertising Copywriting, with AC 272 Research Methods in Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Direct and Interactive Marketing

  • Change prerequisite(s) of DM 433 Direct Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 300, DM 211 and FM 213 to DM 300
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisite(s) of DM 435 Internet Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 211, FM 213, and DM 300 to AC 111 or AC 114 OR DM 300 or equivalent marketing course
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management 

  • Online delivery of FM 108 First Year Experience I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of FM 322 Fashion Inventory Management, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from MG 306 or (MG 132 and MG 153 and MG 253) to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of FM 326 Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; make course major area required in semester 5
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change credits of FM 330 Data Insights and Fashion Analytics from 3 credits, 3 lec., hrs., to 2 credits, 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change course title of FM 328 from Merchandising for Omni Retailing to Merchandising for Multichannel Retailing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study, course description, remove MG 153 as a prerequisite, and online delivery of FM 341 Computer-Aided Product Development I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Update the listing of Major Area Electives and Related Area Electives on the 1-yr AAS major page for the entering class of Fall 21
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management 2-Year AAS degree program:

  • Update text on major page; add FM 201 Social Media Applications for Fashion Business,  3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the list of major area electives
  • Update text on major page: add AC 111 Advertising and Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the list of related area electives
  • Update the listing of Major Area Electives and Related Area Electives on the 2-year AAS major page for the entering class of Fall 2021
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management BS degree program:

  • Drop FM 325 Financial Assortment and Planning, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from major area in semester 5
  • Drop MG 306 Information Systems: Case Analysis, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 5
  • Add FM 326 Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to major area in semester 5
  • Add FM 325 Financial Assortment and Planning, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to list of major area electives
  • Add FM 330 Data Insights and Fashion Analytics, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to major area in semester 5
  • Eliminate specializations from the degree program; add those courses to the list of major area electives on the major page.New statement on major page now reads:
    **Major/Related Area Electives/Internship: 12 credits. CHOICE of four electives or three electives and one internship for 12 credits total: FM 300, FM 325, FM 328, FM 329, FM 330,FM 341, FM 362, FM 363, FM 423, FM 431, FM 441 FM 492, FM 499, or BL 343, FM 303, EP311 or PK 361
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management/Florence and New York BS degree program:

  • Drop FM 321 Workshop in Apparel Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., from major area in semester 5
  • Add FM 300 Case Study Method: Fashion Business Applications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to major area in semester 5
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description and online delivery of FM 441 Computer-Aided Product Development II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New special topics course FM 480A Structural Racism and the Challenges of Diversity in the Fashion Business Retail Industry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): upper division Fashion Business Management students
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course explores structural racism in the fashion industry from a historical and scholarly perspective. Prominent themes include Reconstruction, Jim Crow and how the Civil Rights Movement desegregated fashion retail stores. The rich contributions of Black designers such as Elizabeth Keckley and Ann Lowe frame a significant historical narrative.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021 
    Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • Change prerequisites of PM 233 Patternmaking: Misses' Sportswear, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 122 to PM 121
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of PM 236 Patternmaking: Coats and Suits I, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 122 to PM 121
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

Home Products Development

Home Products Development BS degree program:

  • Update list of Textile Design courses offered as related area electives on the major page 
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts

English and Communication Studies

  • Update course of study for EN 121 English Composition, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study for EN 321 Strategies of Business Communication, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description of EN 365 Research Writing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; add course to the English and English: Writing minors, add prerequisites of EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

Film, Media, and Performing Arts

  • Change course title of FI 461 from Senior Production I to Fourth Year Production I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 lab/studio hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add PE 114, 145 and 146 to the Integrative Wellness minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved

Film and Media BS degree program:

  • Add FI 206 Mexican Cinema: Between the National and The Global, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to the genres listing on the Film and Media BS degree major page under the heading of "National Cinemas"
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

History of Art

  • Update course of study of HA 112 History of Western Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of HA 204 History of East Asian Costume, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and change course description of HA 221 East Asian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and change course title of HA 224 from Pre-Columbian Art and Civilization to Mesoamerican Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and change course description of HA 231 Modern Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 233 Contemporary Global Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): HA 112
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course covers global fashion-design trends and culture in the 21st century through the lenses of globalism, fashion and design history, gender and sexuality, environment and labor. Thematic lectures cover new media, representation, fashion in museums and the academy, among others, with discussion of contemporary critical debates in global fashion.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6) and Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): Fashion History,Theory and Culture and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 239 The History of African Textiles and Fashion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Survey of historical and contemporary forms of African dress, adornment and fashion. Within a geographical overview of dress, students explore how historically rooted textiles have been reinvented by African-based artists and designers. Emphasis is on manufacture methods, socio-historic contexts, and dress and fashion’s importance as forms of African artistic expression.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6), Humanities (G7), and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s):  Ethnic Dress in a Global Context, Fashion History,Theory and Culture, and History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 240 Modern and Contemporary Korean Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course focuses on the development of Korean art from the 1850s to the present day. It starts with the modernization process in Korean art and traces the emergence of abstract art, performances, installations, and other forms of avant-garde art and design movements.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6), Humanities (G7), and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): Asian Studies and History of Art
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 309 History of Business in the Visual Arts: 1800-2000, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Any HA course 2. Qualification for the Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA and permission of Dean of Liberal Art
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines business and labor conditions in which artists and designers have created their work and pursued professional development from 1800 to the present. Historical examples demonstrate how artistic production relates to other forms of labor and how art works and skills are valued at different times and places.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6) and Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): History of Art and History
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021 
    Action: Approved
  • New course MP 300 A Digital Art History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): MP 361
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: For Art History & Museum Professions majors, this course explores the impact of digital technologies on the art and museum world. Students learn the theoretical foundations and historical evolution of digital technology and analyze their applications to the production, distribution, consumption, and study of art.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Art History and Museum Professions BS degree program:

  • Drop AC 111 Advertising and Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Related Area in Semester 8
  • Add new course MP 300 A Digital Art History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Major Area in Semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change co-requisite(s) of MP 209 Art and Museum Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from none to MP 362
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisite(s) of MP 307 Professional Practicum for Art Museums and Galleries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from none to MP 361
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • Update course of study and online delivery of MC 200 Mediterranean Crossings: Migration, Integration, and Social Unrest, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course New course MC 206 Arab Literature and Culture: An Introduction, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines the rich and variegated cultural background of the Arab tradition by looking at language varieties, literary traditions, customs, and representative institutions. It provides an interdisciplinary overview of the major aspects of Arab culture through the study of primary literary texts, media and films. Taught in English.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for Humanities (G7) and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s):  Middle East and North African Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of MC 207 Devouring the Screen: Food in Film, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from FI 111 or permission of instructor to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study of MC 263 Contemporary Spain through its Cinema, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., add course to Spanish minor and request general education designation G7 Humanities
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021 (originally says Spring 2020)
    Action: Approved. Course previously approved by SUNY for G7 Humanities on 06/03/2015 under course number SP 263

Science and Mathematics

  • Change course title of MA 080 from Basic Mathematics to Fundamentals of Mathematics, 4 cr., 4 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course MA 301 Graph Theory (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Any 100-200 math course and Qualification for Presidential Scholars or a min 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean for Liberal Arts
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: The objective of the course is to introduce students with fundamental concepts, theorems, and algorithms in graph theory, with its connections to everyday life. Topics covered in this course include: graphs, paths, graph isomorphism, Eulerian graphs, Hamiltonian graphs, cycles, directed graphs, trees, spanning trees, adjacency matrices, planarity, and graph coloring.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for Mathematics (G2)
    Minor(s): Mathematics
    Type of Course: Related Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2022
    Action: Approved
  • New course SC 102 Climate Change, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Math Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Presents elements of Climate and Climate Change. Includes the basic components of meteorology such as, weather variables, energy exchanges, greenhouse gases and the water content in the atmosphere. Addresses anthropogenic, naturally occurring forcings and solar influences in climate change.
    Proposed General Education: Approved for Natural Sciences, (G3)
    Minor(s): Ethics and Sustainability
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
    Update course of study and online delivery of SC 253 Ecology and Environmental Problems, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • New minor African American and Africana Studies
    Structure/Format/Requirements: Minimum of 5 courses (15 credits) required.
    Course titles:
    • SS 355 Contemporary African Politics 
    • SS 275 Sociology of Race & Ethnic Relations 
    • EN 235 African American Literature 
    • EN 274 Voices of Civil Rights in American History 
    • SS304/MC 304 Introduction to Caribbean Studies 
    • SS/MC 308 White Gold: Sugar, Power, and the Creation of Atlantic Capitalism 
    • FM 363 Corporate Social Responsibility 
    • FI 203 African American Film Culture 
    • HA 219 African American Art 
    • HA 239 The History of African Textiles and Fashion 
    • HI 201 Classics in African American History 
    • HI 205 American Business from Slavery to the Present 
    • HI 209 Fashion and Slavery 
    • MC 300 The Poetics of Sound in Hispanic Caribbean Literature 
    • MC 301 Imaginary Encounters: Representations of the Caribbean 
    • PE 116 Afro-Caribbean Dance
      Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
      Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and online delivery of SS 445 Money and Banking, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies

Art Market Studies

  • Change course title of AM 691 from Internship to Professional Development and Internship, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; update course of study and online delivery
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

Global Fashion Management 

  • Change course title of GF 612 from Challenges of Profitability to Quantitative Methods for Planning and Control, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Global Fashion Management MPS degree program:

  • Drop CF 513 Corporate Finance for Managers,  3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 2
  • Add GF 612 Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs., to semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approve

Fashion and Textile Studies

  • Update credits, hours, and course of study of FT 541 Proseminar: Critical Writing, Research Techniques, and Documentation Methods from 0 credits to 1 credit, 0 lec., hrs. to 15 lecture hours. Course will meet each Fall semester for 3 hours per week, for a total of 5 weeks
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Fashion and Textile Studies MA degree program:

  • Move FT 541 Proseminar: Critical Writing, Research Techniques, and Documentation Methods, 1 cr., 15 hrs., from pre-semester to Semester 1
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • Update course title of AD 482 from TV and Viral Videos to TV & Web Video, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.; update course of study, learning outcomes and course description
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of CT 302 Digital Product Design I, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CT 300 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of CT 432 Self Promotion and Digital Portfolio, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from none to CG 121 or PH 374 or approval of instructor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update Creative Technology Minor; drop CT 331 from Group A; drop CG 224 from Group B
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved 
  • Change prerequisites of VP 411 Interpretive Exhibition Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from DE 226 to DE 226 or ID 282
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Fashion

Menswear AAS Degree Program:

  • Replace FM 202 with FM 116 as related area option in Semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design

Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS degree program:

  • Drop TD 253 Advanced Decorative Fabrics, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from Semester 2
  • Add TD 206 Advanced Home Textiles, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to Semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design AAS degree program:

  • Move TD 161 Fundamentals of Screen Printing, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from semester 2 to semester 3
  • Move TD 251 Techniques for Decorative Fabrics and Surfaces, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from semester 3 to semester 2
  • Drop TD 253 Advanced Decorative Fabrics, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from Semester 4
  • Add TD 206 Advanced Home Textiles, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., to Semester 4
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of TD 211 from Surface Design in Paris to Design Research in Paris, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

School of Business and Technology

Advertising and Marketing Communications

Advertising and Marketing Communications Two-year AAS Degree Program:

  • Remove 3 credits of American History requirement from AAS degree
    Update text on the major page:
    History of Art and Civilization 3 credits: HA 112
    Social Sciences 6 credits: SS 141 and SS 205
    Add SS 141 to semester 2
    Remove SS 131 
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing Communications BS Degree Program:

  • Move AC 321 Principles of Public Relations, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from semester 6 to semester 5  
  • Move AC 362 Video Studio Production, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from semester 5 to semester 6
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Add American History requirement to the BS degree program.
    Update text on the major page:
    American History: 3 credits
    CHOICE of EN 271, EN 272, EN 274, or EN 335, or (HA 314), HI 202, HI 203, HI 391, HI 392, HI 393, or HI 394
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved

  • New course AC 202 Strategic Planning for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): AC 111 and AC 114
    Co-requisite(s): AC 272
    Description: Students plan and develop integrated marketing communications strategies and plans in order to achieve specific marketing and communication objectives. Through student agency teamwork, they make strategic decisions about marketing and IMC mix elements and plans, based on corporate strategy, competitive and market analysis and research interpretation.
    Proposed General Education: none
    Minor(s): none
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study and blended delivery of AC 221 Publicity Workshop, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of AC 242 Fashion Journalism Workshop, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • New course AC 301 Shopper Marketing and Sales Promotion, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): AC 111 and AC 114 and AC 272
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students learn to plan Shopper Marketing and Sales
    Promotion campaigns as defined by effective shopper marketing objectives, formulation of shopper personas, understanding shopper behaviors, identification of shopper barriers and the implementation of shopper strategies. These are achieved via Shopper Marketing campaign ideas, appropriate sales promotion activities and powerful activation plans.
    Proposed General Education: none
    Minor(s): none
    Type of Course: Elective course
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of AC 312 Multi-Channel Copywriting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of AC 472 Social Media for Integrated Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

  • Update course title of CM 341 from Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing to Beauty Marketing for the Digital Age, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Entrepreneurship

  • Add CM 251 The Business of Beauty 360 to the Creative Entrepreneurship minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

Fashion Business Management BS Degree Program:

  • Replace BL 343 with FM 303
  • Update Major/Related Area Electives/Internship text to read:
    **Major/Related Area Electives/Internship: 6 credits. CHOICE of two
    electives or one elective and one internship for 6 credits total: FM 300,
    FM 303, FM 321, FM 322, FM 324, FM 326, FM 328, FM 329, FM 330, FM 341, FM 362, FM 363, FM 423, FM 431, FM 441 FM 492, FM 499, or EP
    311 or PK 361
  • Add FM 380A Special Topic: Case Study in Distributors- Amazon, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., FM 423 Fashion Planning and Allocation, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., and FM 441 Computer-Aided Product Development II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to the list of major area electives in the Fashion Business Management BS degree program.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management/Florence and New York BS Degree Program:

  • Drop FM 226 International Buying and Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. from Florence major area in semester 5
    Add FM 326 Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Florence major area in semester 5
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • New course FM 201 Social Media Applications for Fashion Business, 3 cr., 2 lec. hrs
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisite(s): none
    Description: Students explore the social media platforms used by the fashion business industry. Course assignments emphasize blogging, vlogging, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Pinterest, and any emerging social media platforms.
    Proposed General Education: none
    Minor(s): none
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of FM 206 Strategies of Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from FM 108, FM 109 and FM 203 to FM 203
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of FM 245 Fashion Forecasting for Merchandisers, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from FM 117 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Deactivation of FM 321 Workshop in Apparel Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: No action necessary
  • Update prerequisites of FM 326 Sustainability in Fashion Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from FM 361 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • New course FM 2XX Digital Tools in Merchandising, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisite(s): none
    Description: Digital Tools in Merchandising develops student’s digital skills as they relate to the role of a merchandiser. The course will introduce students to the fundamental techniques that Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop offer to manage and manipulate fashion images. Course assignments emphasize basic digital design development techniques for product merchandising.
    Proposed General Education: none
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
  • Action: Vote to not approve the action as proposed.  Recommended back to the department with the provision to add a pre-req course from the Art and Design School that introduces students to Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign.  By doing this, the focus of this proposed course may be updated to target how merchandisers use digital tools most effectively.  

Production Management

Production Management BS Degree Program:

  • Update text for English to read:
    English: 6 credits. EN 121 and CHOICE of any 200- or 300- level EN course
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description and course of study of MG 306 Information Systems: Case Analysis, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • Change course title of TC 111 from Beginning Adobe Illustrator for Technical Design to Beginning Adobe Illustrator, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs. 
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Not approved

Textile Development and Marketing

  • Reactivation of TS 313 International Textile Product Development: Italy, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; update course of study, learning outcomes and course description (course previously deactivated in Fall 2018)
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts

English and Communication Studies

  • New course EN 142 Honors Composition and Rhetoric, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program and English Placement Exam or equivalent
    Co-requisite(s): none
    Description: Students learn rhetorical concepts and apply them to produce various genres of writing appropriate to different rhetorical situations, with a focus on public writing. They use revision to develop texts through drafts, edit work to polish writing, and reflect upon writing processes. Students examine complex texts and use information technologies.
    General Education: Approved for Basic Communication (G1)
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study of EN 233 Poetry, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., propose course for online delivery, add the course to the English and English Literature minors, and propose course for SUNY general education designation Humanities (G7)
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of EN 306 Conflict Management and Negotiation, 3 cr. 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Film, Media and Performing Arts

  • New course FI 208 Film Genres: Zombies, Viruses, and the End of the World, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: Since the 1990s, American movies, TV shows, and books have been filled with zombie viruses, bioengineered plagues, and disease-ravaged bands of survivors. Students analyze why outbreak narratives have infected our public discourse and how they have affected the way Americans view the world. 
    General Education: Approved for Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): Film and Media Studies
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course FI 209 History of American Television, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: This course is a critical survey of the history of American television, from its birth out of radio during 1940s to the present, with its seemingly infinite options for platforms and content. While television programs will be surveyed in terms of chronology, this course also examines them as cultural artifacts and industrial products that reflect such issues as class, consumerism, gender, desire, race, and national identity.
    General Education: Approved for Humanities (G7)
    Minor(s): Film and Media Studies
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course PE 100 Introduction to Dance Movement Therapy, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: This course introduces students to theory and techniques of dance movement therapy (DMT). Students learn the integrative health effects of DMT on mind, body and emotions. They are introduced to the fundamentals of creative arts therapy with an emphasis on the core dance aesthetic. Course practicums introduce students to DMT techniques that foster new perspectives of dance as a catalyst for self-discovery and personal growth and as a viable approach toward managing stress and nurturing mental and physical health. 
    General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6)
    Minor(s): Dance and Performing Arts and Integrative Wellness
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course PE 201 Advanced Fitness Training Course, 3 cr., 2 lec. hrs., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students gain knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to design and execute exercise programs for all ages and physical levels, in both a gym setting and in private in-home environments.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): Integrative Wellness
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

History of Art

  • Blended delivery of HA 221 East Asian Art and Civilization, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
    New course HA 237 Global Fashion: Ancient Origins to Modern Styles, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: Survey of elite and everyday fashion in Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania from ancient origins to the 20th century. This course offers a geographical overview of global styles of adornment and dress, including cross-cultural connections and exchange, focusing on the aesthetics and making of dress and its representation in art.
    General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6), Humanities (G7), and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): Ethnic Dress in a Global Context, Fashion History, Theory and Culture, and History of Art
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 238 Art and Design in Morocco, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: Offered in Morocco, this course explores the art, architecture, and artisanal crafts of this visually rich culture. Site visits allow students to understand the role of historical culture in the making of identity, and hands-on workshops with traditional craftspeople impart a humanitarian perspective on the role of art in society.
    General Education: Approved for The Arts (G6), Humanities (G7), and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): History of Art and Middle East and North African Studies
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2021
    Action: Approved

Modern Languages and Cultures

  • New course JA 113 Japanese Conversation in Japan, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): JA 111
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: Students review, develop, and expand use of spoken and written structures of contemporary Japanese through total immersion. Optional home stay and required field trips emphasize the interactive use of the Japanese language and provide enriched understanding of the people, history and culture of Japan.
    General Education: Approved for Foreign Language (G8)
    Minor(s): Asian Studies and Japanese
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Online delivery of SP 112 Spanish II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

Science and Mathematics

  • New course CS 100 Societal Impact of Computing, Security, and Ethics, 3 cr., 3 studio/lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Mathematic Proficiency
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course is a modern introduction to computing and rising issues surrounding the broader areas of computer science. Fundamental computer science concepts as well as trending topics in social computing are covered. No programming background is required, but some degree of sophistication in mathematics is expected.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Deactivation of MA 003 Algebra Review, 2 cr., 2 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Propose MA 153 Programming and Mobile Apps, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., for SUNY General Education designation Mathematics (G2)
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update course title of SC 145 from Survey of General and Organic Chemistry to Introduction to Chemistry of Our Lives; update course of study, update co-requisites from SC 045 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved

Social Sciences

  • Update prerequisites of SS 205 Introduction to Accounting & Financial Management, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from SS 141 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved
  • Add SS 243 History of Economic Thought, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the History minor (course is already in the Economics minor)
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 312 Sensation & Perception, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): SS 131
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course examines the basic human senses and the psychological perceptions that help us interpret and respond to our environment. Students apply sensory and perceptual phenomena to concepts in their major fields of study and examine current applications of sensory and perceptual phenomena in a variety of fields.
    General Education: Approved for Social Sciences (G4)
    Minor(s): Psychology
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • New course SS 313 Cultural Awareness, Design Responsibility and the Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): none
    Co-requisites(s): none
    Description: This course investigates the legal, financial, and social implications of cultural appropriation and the misuse of cultural property. A variety of indigenous and cultural groups ranging from the Wixáritari people of Mexico to the hip-hop community will be examined through case studies. Students develop strategies of how to design and collaborate with cultural groups in a sensitive and responsible manner.
    General Education: Approved for Social Sciences (G4) and Other World Civilizations (G9)
    Minor(s): Ethnic Dress in a Global Context, Ethics and Sustainability, Fashion History, Theory and Culture and Sociology
    Type of Course: Liberal Arts Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2021
    Action: Approved

School of Graduate Studies

Art Market Studies

  • Change credits and hours of AM  602 Innovation in the Creative Industries from 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs to 4 cr., 2 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.; update course of study
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Change credits, hours and course title of AM  654 from 3 cr., 1 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs. to 4 cr., 2 lec., 4 studio/lab hrs.; change course title to Practicum: Strategic Management for Art Organizations; update learning outcomes and course of study
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved

Exhibition and Experience Design

  • New course ED 502 Experiential Branding Design and Research, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces students to design research methods based on a people-first approach, participatory design relating to building branded experiences; along with learning the fundamentals of typography, color, visual language and crafting the brand voice and messaging for building concepts that deliver concrete solutions to broaden the scope of projects.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved

Exhibition and Experience Design MA degree program:

  • Drop ED 541 Introduction to Exhibition Design Graphics, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., from semester 1
  • Add ED 502 Experiential Branding Design and Research, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., to semester 1
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved

Fashion and Textile Studies 

  • New special topics elective course FT 631A Overview of Modern Tapestries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course is a reading/research seminar. While the subject to be investigated will change from year to year, the goals of the course remain constant.  An advanced seminar in the students’ 4th term should present a significant challenge and require original research that leads to a meaningful outcome, such as would be expected for research needed for a professional level conservation journal or professional proceedings publication. Research skills for a conservation based investigation are different than that for an art historical study. This course will focus on the special research skills and conservation resources needed to compile appropriate references for publication of a paper or creation of an original poster concerned with modern tapestry.  Areas of investigation will include but not be limited to such topics as a study of the chemistry of materials used, the physical breakdown pathway typical of tapestry woven art, a historical compilation of treatment choices, special techniques used in the creation of modern tapestry, and appropriate conservation methods.  An annotated bibliography as well as several presentations will be expected. 
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Special topics elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020 
    Action: Approved
  • Add FT 701 Qualifying Paper Seminar, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs. to semester 3
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Division of Academic Affairs

Internship Studies

  • Update course of study, course description and learning outcomes of IC 297 AAS Internship C: Career Exploration, 3 cr., 3 lec., hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change course title of IC 497 from Senior Internship C: Career Planning to Senior Internship: Career Planning, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; update course of study
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

School of Art and Design

Communication Design Pathways

  • Update course title, description and learning outcomes of AD 216 Foundation in Advertising & Digital Design, 2 cr., 1 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Updated course title will be reflected in the Communication Design AAS degree program
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • New course CD 114 Presentation Graphics for Built Environments, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This class teaches page layout skills to support students who are studying built environments. Using industry standard techniques, students are taught how to manipulate CAD drawings and other interior images so they can create their own imagined environments for presentations in a variety of media.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Action: Approved
  • Update course of study of CD 114 Presentation Graphics for Built Environments, 2 cr., 1 lec. 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Communication Design 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Move DE 216 Foundation in Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Related Area in Semester 2 to Related Area in Semester 1
  • Move GD 216 Foundation in Graphic Design, 2 cr,. 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Related Area in Semester 2 to Related Area in Semester 1
  • Move CD 234 Color Studies, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in Semester 1 to Major Area in Semester 2
  • Move CD 235 Design History, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Major Area in Semester 1 to Major Area in Semester 2
  • Drop CD 216 Design Studio Intensive II, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs., from Major Area in Semester 2
  • Add CD 217 Capstone Design Studio, 3cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Major Area in Semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design BFA degree program:

  • Update Related Area Elective text on the major page to read:
    ***Related Area Elective: 4.5 credits (minimum). ID-431 or CT-301 and CHOICE of any elective course in Art and Design for which student has met the prerequisite(s)
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update text below the major page to read: ***Related Area Elective: 4.5 credits (minimum). ID 431 or CT 301 and CHOICE of any elective course in Art and Design for which student has met the prerequisite(s) 
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Computer Graphics

  • Change prerequisites of CG 225 Introduction to Game Design, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from CG 212 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

Fabric Styling

Fabric Styling BFA degree program:

  • Drop TS 341 Survey of Textile Printing Technology, 2.5 cr., 2 lec., 1 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 5
  • Move PH 162 Photographic Styling, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from related area in semester 7 to related area in semester 5
  • Add VP 211 Styling and Prop, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to related area in semester 7
  • Drop IN 331 Global Sourcing for Stylists, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs from related area in semester 8
  • Add FM 228 The Business of Styling, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to related area in semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Interior Design

  • Change co-requisites of ID 117 Interior Design Studio I, 5 cr., 1 lec., 8 studio/lab hrs., from ID 173 to ID 173 and CD 114
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update course description and course of study of ID 118 Interior Design Studio II, 5 cr., 1 lec., 8 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of ID 253 CAD I, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., from CG 111 and ID 157 to none
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of ID 283 Design Technology II, 3 cr., 6 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of ID 431 Computer Rendering, 1.5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs., from ID 134 and ID 255 to VP 311
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Interior Design 2-Year AAS Degree Program:

  • Replace CD 223 Introduction to InDesign, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., with new course CD 114 Presentation Graphics for Built Environments, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs. as related area required course in Semester 1
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Jewelry Design

  • Deactivation of JD 116 Costume Jewelry White Metal Models, 5 cr., 3 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Recommended
    New course JD 203 Introduction to Stone Setting, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): JD 101 or JD 174
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course introduces the art and craft of stone setting, focusing on both the technical and historic. Student projects are engineered to expose, educate and encourage analysis and understanding of the physical parameters needed to securely hold stones and other applicable materials for presentation in the fine jewelry and accessories.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Photography

  • Change prerequisites of PH 230 Lighting II, 2.5 cr., 1 lec., 3 studio/lab hrs., from PH 130 to PH 130 or PH 132
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Textile/Surface Design

  • New course TD 206 Advanced Decorative Fabrics, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TD 155 (1-Year AAS students) or TD 251 (2-Year AAS students)
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this advanced course design for bedding will be discussed with an emphasis on producing industry standard CAD files from hand painted artwork using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Through research and personal design inspiration, students will create bedding collections. The technical aspects of working with large-scale layouts in CAD, repeat sizes, engineered prints, and technical sketches and tech packs will be explored to help students integrate CAD industry standard practices using hand painted designs into their workflow.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

School of Business and Technology

Advertising and Marketing Communications

  • New course AC 405 eCommerce & Omnichannel Marketing Communications for Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): DM 435
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: In this course, students learn how to plan for eCommerce Marketing (from a Marketing Communications perspective) from the definition of the objectives to the formulation of personas, the development of traffic generation, conversion and (re)generation strategies and tactics, the integration of Omnichannel capabilities and how to evaluate performance.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Elective
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Tabled

Advertising and Marketing Communications 1-Year AAS degree program:

  • Add AC 211 Workshop in Business Communications to the list of Major Area Electives in Advertising and Marketing Communications 1-Year AAS degree program.
  • Statement on major page should now read: **Major Area Electives OR ** Related Area Electives: 2 credits (minimum)
    CHOICE of AC 113, AC 211, AC 242, or AC 262 OR CHOICE of IC 296, IC 297, or IC 298
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing Communications AAS degree program:

  • Add EN 335 Working Women in the United States: 1865 to Present and HI 203 Distant Neighbors: A History of Latin America and the U.S. to the American History choice in Advertising and Marketing 2-year AAS degree program.
    Statement on major page should now read: American History: 3 credits
    CHOICE of EN 271, EN 272, EN 274, or EN 335, or HI 202, HI 203 HI 391, HI 392, HI 393, or HI 394
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

Advertising and Marketing Communications BS degree program:

  • Add MA 300 The Mathematics of Financial Life Management to list of mathematics choice in Advertising and Marketing Communications BS degree program.
    Statement on major page should now read: Mathematics: 6 credits. MA 321 and choice of MA 300 or MA-311. Mathematics Proficiency must be completed prior to enrolling in MA-300 or MA-311. MA-222 and Mathematics Proficiency must be completed prior to enrolling in MA-321
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Move AC 362 Video Studio Production, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 lab hours from major area in semester 5 to major area in semester 6
    Move AC 321 Principles of Public Relations, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from major area in semester 6 to major area in semester 5
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing

  • Change prerequisites of CM 424 Fragrance Knowledge, 2 cr., 2 lec., hrs., from SC 146/046 to SC 149
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

Direct and Interactive Marketing

  • Update prerequisites of DM 331 Direct Response Copywriting, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 211 or FM 213 to DM 300
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of DM 421 Direct Marketing Finance and Operations, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from (DM 211 or FM 213) and MA 311 to DM 300 and MA 311
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of DM 432 Direct Response Media Planning, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 211 or FM 213 to DM 300
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of DM 433 Direct Marketing Communications, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 211 or FM 213 to DM 300
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Update prerequisites of DM 435 Internet Marketing, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from DM 211 or FM 213 to DM 300
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship BS degree program:

  • Add FM 303 Fashion Business Law, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to choice of Related Area in Semester 7
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Add EP/FF 300 Fashion Design Concept Launchpad, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Creative Entrepreneurship minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

Fashion Business Management

Fashion Business Management BS Degree Program:

  • Add EN 306 Conflict Management and Negotiation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to the list of English choices. Text will now read:
    CHOICE of EN 241, EN 242, EN 243, EN 244, EN 245, EN 306 or EN 342
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Add related area option to Fashion Business Management BS degree program in Semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Add PK 361 Packaging Design: Global Perspectives, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as a related area choice in Semester 8
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved

International Trade and Marketing

  • Online delivery of IN 320 Compliance Management in International Trade, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.; add course to the Ethics and Sustainability minor
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved

Technical Design

  • Change prerequisites of TC 202 Computerized Pattern Corrections and 3D Avatar Fitting, 2 cr., 4 studio/lab hrs., from PM 233 or PM 273 or PM 255 to none; update course description to read:
    This course focuses on garment fit analysis and pattern corrections using the two major CAD programs used in the apparel industry. Students learn advanced computerized patternmaking using Gerber Accumark PDS (Pattern Design System) and 3D virtual garment fitting using Optitex PDS. By analyzing garment fittings in the virtual environment, they learn the relation between fit issues and pattern corrections (knowledge and experience in pattern making is required for this course).
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved

School of Liberal Arts

Educational Skills

  • Blended delivery of ES 029 College Composition for Non-Native Speakers of English Lab, 0 cr., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Blended delivery of ES 129 College Composition for Non-Native Speakers of English, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved

English and Communication Studies

  • Online delivery of cross-listed course EN 230/FI 204 Martial Arts Cinema and its Global Impact, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of EN 235 African-American Literature, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from EN 121 or ES 129 or EN 362 to EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Requested date of Implementation: Winter 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of EN 302 Gender and Nationalism in World Fiction (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from EN 121 to Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean of Liberal Arts
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Change prerequisites of EN 304 Writing as Activism (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from EN 121 or equivalent to Qualification for Presidential Scholars Program, or 3.5 GPA with approval of Dean of Liberal Arts; add (Honors) to course title
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • New course EN 306 Conflict Management and Negotiation, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): EN 121 or ES 129 or equivalent
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Conflict is a part of life in all relationships between friends, family, strangers, colleagues, companies, and even nations. Subsequently, culture is a determinant in all interactions. This course explores the relationship between culture, conflict, and negotiation. Students will learn how conflicts emerge, are managed, and how to achieve resolution using different methods and techniques, including conflict management styles and strategies, civility, appropriateness, and politeness.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): Communication Studies
    Type of Course: Elective
    Action:  Approved

Film, Media and Performing Arts

Film and Media AAS degree program:

  • Add FI 113 First-Year Production II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to semester 2
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • Drop PH 281 Shooting the Narrative: Visual Storytelling II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from semester 2
  • Add FI 112 First-Year Production I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., to semester 1
  • Drop PH 181 Shooting the Narrative: Visual Storytelling I, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from semester 1
  • Creation of new minor Integrative Wellness
    • Required – choose 3 from the following (1 credit each):
      • PE 147 Gentle Yoga
      • PE 143 Yoga I
      • PE 149 Meditation
      • HE 102 Stress Management OL
      • PE 141 Fitness or PE 148 - Pilates
      • PE 111 Modern Dance, PE 113 Jazz, PE 118 Flamenco, PE 116 Afro Caribbean, PE 118 Middle Eastern Dance (choose 1 dance course)
    • Choose 4 from the following (3 credits each):
      • SS 340 Psychology of Gender, Perception, Self Expressions
      • SS 237 Industrial Psychology or SS 385 Social Psychology
      • SS 335 Abnormal Psychology
      • EN391 Creative Imagination: Theory and Practice
      • EN 280A Special Topics in English Creativity: Theory and Practice 
      • SS 338 Happiness and Human Flourishing - Honors
      • SS 303 LGBTQ in Society: A Global Perspective
      • HE 201 Human Sexuality
      • SC 326 Human Nutrition
      • SS 200 Personal Finance
        Action:  No action required
  • New course FI 113 First-Year Production II, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): FI 112
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: This course is a continuation of FI 112, focusing on the aesthetic and technical aspects of film production as students work towards creating more sophisticated films. Each week there will be lectures, screenings and assignments to give students the conceptual understanding and experience working in narrative, documentary and experimental forms. These are all designed to help students develop as filmmakers and prepare them for their second year of film production studies.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
  • Action: Approved
    Online delivery of cross-listed course FI 204/EN 230 Martial Arts Cinema and its Global Impact, 3 cr., 2 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs.
    Requested date of Implementation: Spring 2020
    Action: Approved

History of Art

Art History and Museum Professions BS degree program:

  • Add HA 121 Cities and Civilizations: The Eastern Mediterranean World, c. 3000 BCE-1000 CE. 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., as major area choice in Semester 5. Requirement in Semester 5 is now HA 111 or HA 121
  • Remove HA 112 History of Western Art and Civilization: Renaissance to the Modern Era, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., from Semester 5 of the Art History and Museum Professions BS degree program, and make it a required course for admission into the degree program.
    Statement on major page should now read: NOTE: Students must have taken the following course prior to entering the program: HA112 or equivalent
    Replace EN 367 Writing for Art History and Museum Professions, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., with choice of any 200- or 300- level EN course in Semester 5 liberal arts
    Move FA 117 Traditional Techniques in the Fine Arts, 2 cr., 1 lec., 2 studio/lab hrs., from Semester 7 related area to Semester 5 related area
  • Add new course HA 307 Professional Practicum for Art Museums and Galleries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs., to Semester 7 major area
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
    New course HA 114 Prehistoric Art, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students study the forms and technologies of prehistoric art within the social and ecological contexts in which it was made. While considering when and where prehistory begins or ends, we reflect upon why art is made and what it looks like in its earliest forms.
    General Education: Approved for G6 The Arts, G7 Humanities and G9 Other World Civilizations
    Minor(s): History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Action:  Approved
  • New course HA 306 Far From Home: Travel Narratives and Art History (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Required qualification for Presidential Scholars Program
    Co-requisite(s): None
    Description: Students examine travelers’ accounts—the narrative, pictorial, and photographic records of travel on which art historians and archaeologists rely heavily—from ancient, medieval and modern cultures as a way to examine and reconstruct visual cultures.
    General Education: Approved for G7 Humanities and G9 Other World Civilizations
    Minor(s): History of Art
    Type of Course: Elective
    Action:  Approved
  • New course HA 307 Professional Practicum for Art Museums and Galleries, 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): None
    Co-requisite(s): HA 361
    Description: For Art History and Museum Professions majors. Provides training in effective modes of writing for professional uses and contexts specific to careers in art museums and other visual-art institutions.
    Proposed General Education: None
    Minor(s): None
    Type of Course: Major Area Required
    Requested date of Implementation: Fall 2020
    Action: Approved
  • New course HA 308 Goddesses, Women, Power and Patronage in the Ancient World (Honors), 3 cr., 3 lec. hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Qualification for Presidential Scholars program or GPA 3.5 and above