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Academic Affairs Committee Meeting Minutes

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

10:00 AM, EHFA 164

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Note: The remarks of the Committee and others are summarized and not verbatim. The taped recording of this meeting is available in the Office of the Provost or in the University Archives.

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Attendees:

Jim Solazzo, Chair, Science Dan Lawless, University Registrar

Brianne Parker, University College Cathy Goodwin, Kimbel Library

Jamia Richmond, Education Dimitry Nesterkin, Business

John Beard, Associate Provost Jerome Christia, Business
Absent:
Nancy Ratcliff, Education Min Ye, Humanities

Brandon Palmer, Humanities Brent Lewis, Science


Guests:
Barbara Ritter, Business Michael Latta, Business

Lisa Vernon-Dotson, Education


A. Call to Order
1. Approval of meeting minutes from January, 2013. Minutes were approved as written.
B. Chair Report
Dr. Solazzo would like to remind committee members to please inform their colleagues that there is still time to submit new course proposals for this academic year.
C. New Business
College of Business – Department of Management/Decision Sciences
MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development

Number of credits: 3 Prerequisites: CBAD 301 Co-requisites: None Course restrictions: None. This course may be used as an elective. Proposed catalog description: This course provides an introduction to global leadership and focuses on personal skill development as a leader in today’s diverse work environment. The course includes exposure to content related to the increasingly diverse nature of the global work environment, effective management of human capital in that environment, and how one’s personal skill level can be improved to maximize leadership potential. Through interactive assignments and exercises, students will be encouraged to develop a global diversity mindset that will enhance one’s ability to emerge as a leader in their field.
Note: Changes related to the Organizational Leadership Concentration are in blue.

Changes related to a new course, MGMT 362, are in yellow.

Changes related to a new course, MGMT 462, are in pink.

Editorial change is in green.


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MANAGEMENT MAJOR

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Management is the art and science of directing the operations of both individuals and organizations to achieve desired marketplace outcomes. Specifically, the overall function of management is often broken down into four general categories: planning, leading, organizing, and controlling. The overall effectiveness and efficiency of operations is generally credited to the ability to manage various organizational stakeholders successfully. Although students may choose to pursue a general management major, and all management students share a common core set of management classes, students pursuing the management major may focus their attention into one of four concentrations to support their personal and professional goals: Entrepreneurial Management, Human Resource Management, International Management, Operations and Technology Management, or Organizational Leadership.


Entrepreneurial Management

This concentration enables the student to gain the necessary knowledge and abilities to be innovative and take action in starting a new business, joining a family or existing business, or helping to run a funds-generating enterprise in a non-profit or governmental agency. The courses that constitute the Entrepreneurial Management curriculum cover four key areas; entrepreneurial/ innovation mindsets, opportunity/innovation implementation, entrepreneurial/ innovation action-taking & entrepreneurial/innovation personal skill development.


Human Resource Management

This concentration focuses on the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively utilize human capital to maximize organizational productivity, teaching students how to acquire, develop, and keep a talented, satisfied, and motivated workforce in small, medium, and large firms. Courses cover the fundamentals of employment law, staffing, training, leadership development, performance management, labor and employee relations, and total reward systems.


International Management

This concentration enables majors to develop a broader understanding of the management of people, processes, and systems in a global economy. Students completing the International Management concentration will be required to study abroad to complete program requirements. In addition, students completing this concentration will be ineligible to complete the International Business Studies Minor. Students taking this concentration are, however, encouraged, but not required, to complete a cognate within global studies, Asian Studies, foreign language or other minor area of study to complement their learning.


Operations and Technology Management

This concentration focuses on the development and use of quantitative modeling techniques, in combination with business technology components and computer systems, for the purpose of solving complex business problems in order to make better managerial decisions. Students choosing the Operations and Technology Management concentration learn the appropriate information technology (IT) and computing skills, along with operations and supply chain management modeling techniques, necessary to develop and implement sophisticated business-related computer Decision Support Systems. It is designed to prepare students for careers in such fields as: business analyst, consultant, business consultant, systems analyst, systems developer, management analyst, project analyst, database developer, or operations manager, among others.


Organizational Leadership

Students that select this concentration will learn what it means to be a leader from a variety of perspectives in a variety of different organizational settings. Students will be exposed to essential concepts related to working with and leading others in small groups and teams. Students will reflect upon what it means to be an innovative and entrepreneurial leader and how this relates to their own abilities. In an experiential setting, students will lead both projects and people in an effort to develop personal leadership skills important to success in the diverse working environment that characterizes today’s workplace.


Students completing the Management Major will have competencies in basic management principles and concepts including understanding the effects of a diverse environment on management decisions and effectively managing relationships.
MANAGEMENT MAJOR (120 Credits)

I. CORE CURRICULUM (34-41 Credits) 34-41


II. FRESHMAN GRADUATION REQUIREMENT (0-3 Credits)

Minimum grade of C is required.

UNIV 110 The First-Year Experience 3

UNIV 110 is required for all new entering freshmen and for new transfer students with fewer than 12 transfer credit hours unless the transfer student has satisfactorily completed a college transition course.


III. FOUNDATION COURSES ( 6-12 Credits)*

Minimum grade of C is required in all foundation courses.

CSCI 110 Enterprise Business Applications 3

ENGL 290* Business and Professional Communication 3

MATH 132*+ Calculus for Business and Social Science 3

PHIL 318 Business Ethics 3

*Credits for courses taken as part of the Core Curriculum are not counted elsewhere in the major.
+ A C or better is required in MATH 130 College Algebra or MATH 130I College Algebra Intensive Study or the Mathematics Placement Test.
IV. BUSINESS CORE REQUIREMENTS (39-45 Credits)*

Minimum grade of C is required in all business core courses.

Lower Level Business Core (15-21 Credits)

CBAD 120* Introduction to the Global Culture of Business 3

CBAD 201 Financial/Managerial Accounting I 3

CBAD 202 Financial/Managerial Accounting II 3

CBAD 291* Business Statistics 3

CBAD 292 Decision Analysis 3

ECON 201 Macroeconomics 3

ECON 202 Microeconomics 3

Upper Level Business Core (24 Credits)

CBAD 301 Management and Organizations 3

CBAD 344 Legal Environment of Business 3

CBAD 350 Marketing 3

CBAD 363 Business Finance 3

CBAD 364 Operations Management 3

CBAD 373 Business Integration and Application 3

CBAD 393 Management Information Systems 3

CBAD 478 Strategic Management 3
*Credits for courses taken as part of the Core Curriculum are not counted elsewhere in the major.
V. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (18 Credits)

Minimum grade of C is required in major requirements.



Management Major Requirements (if no concentration is selected) (18 Credits)

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

MGMT 480 Leadership in Project Management 3

MGMT International Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3

CBAD 402 Study Abroad in International Business (3)

MGMT 423 Study Abroad in Entrepreneurship & Innovation (3)

MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development (3)

MGMT 461 Cross-Cultural Management (3)



MGMT 462: Organizational Growth and Development in a Globalized World (3)

MGMT 482 Global Supply Chain Management (3)

MGMT General Selectives (Choose any two MGMT courses that are 300

level or above and are not already used to satisfy degree requirements) 6



Concentration Requirements:

Entrepreneurial Management (EM) Concentration (18 Credits)

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

MGMT 320 Entrepreneurial Leadership 3

Choose one from the following: (3 Credits) 3

MGMT 421 Initiation and Management of New Business Enterprise (3)

MGMT 422 Managing Family/Small Business Growth and Innovation (3)

EM Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3

CBAD 497 Business Internship (3-12)

MGMT 423 Study Abroad in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3)

MGMT 429 Practicum in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3-6)

EM Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3

MGMT 420 Current Topics in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3) or any

Wall College of Business course, 300 level or above, that is not already used

to satisfy degree requirements with the Department Chair approval. (3)
Human Resource Management (HRM) Concentration (18 Credits)

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

MGMT 340 Attracting and Acquiring Talent (3)

MGMT 341 Managing Talent and Developing 21st Century Leaders (3)

MGMT 440 Retaining Talent and Maximizing the Value of Human Capital (3)

HRM Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3

CBAD 402 Study Abroad in International Business (3)



MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development (3)

MGMT 461 Cross-Cultural Management (3)



International Management Concentration (18 Credits)*

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

CBAD 401 International Business 3

CBAD 402 Study Abroad in International Business or an approved course

transferred from a study abroad experience in International Management 3

MGMT 482 Global Supply Chain Management 3

IM Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3



MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development (3)

MGMT 461 Cross-Cultural Management (3)



MGMT 462: Organizational Growth and Development in a Globalized World (3)

*Note: This concentration requires students to study abroad.


Operations and Technology Management (OTM) Concentration (18 Credits)

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

MGMT 480 Leadership in Project Management 3

MGMT 481 Quality Process Management 3

MGMT 483 Business Process Management 3

OTM Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) 3

MGMT 482 Global Supply Chain Management (3)

MGMT 484 Business Decisions Support Systems (3)

MGMT 485 Process Planning and Control (3)

Organizational Leadership Concentration (18 Credits)

MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams …….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital 3

MGMT 320 Entrepreneurial Leadership 3

MGMT 341 Managing Talent and Developing 21st Century Leaders……………….3

MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development………………………………………..3

MGMT 480 Leadership in Project Management ..3
VI. ELECTIVES (7-23 Credits) 7-23
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 120
Justification: Global aspects of the field of management can be generally broken into macro and micro areas. Large universities may offer a wide spectrum of international options. Previously Coastal has not had enough faculty with varied types of expertise to offer a variety of courses in this area (so we have had one very general class that covered the basics of both the macro and micro areas). With a new hire from last year we now have one faculty that can teach in the micro area and one in the macro. This course is the micro (personal skills) aspect, more related to Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Students will benefit from allowing for additional elective options in this area that best fit individual needs and interests. Impact on existing academic programs: Adding this course will add an additional selective option to the general management degree, the Human Resource Management concentration, and the International Management concentration (see attachment). Current faculty will teach the course. Method of delivery: Classroom Semesters offered: F, S Date change is to be effective: Fall 2013

Committee action: Proposal was approved as written and will be submitted to Faculty Senate for the March, 2013, meeting.

MGMT 462 Organizational Growth and Development in a Globalized World



Number of credits: 3 Prerequisites: CBAD 301 Co-requisites: None Course restrictions: None. This course may be used as an elective. Proposed catalog description: This course focuses on providing students with a conceptual and practical understanding of the challenges of multinational corporate management. Organizational decisions and actions to balance the impact of local context with the desire for global efficiency and organizational learning will be addressed.
Note: Changes related to the Organizational Leadership Concentration are in blue.

Changes related to a new course, MGMT 362, are in yellow.

Changes related to a new course, MGMT 462, are in pink.

Editorial change is in green.


MANAGEMENT MAJOR

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Management is the art and science of directing the operations of both individuals and organizations to achieve desired marketplace outcomes. Specifically, the overall function of management is often broken down into four general categories: planning, leading, organizing, and controlling. The overall effectiveness and efficiency of operations is generally credited to the ability to manage various organizational stakeholders successfully.

Although students may choose to pursue a general management major, and all management students share a common core set of management classes, students pursuing the management major may focus their attention into one of four concentrations to support their personal and professional goals: Entrepreneurial Management, Human Resource Management, International Management, Operations and Technology Management, or Organizational Leadership.


Entrepreneurial Management

This concentration enables the student to gain the necessary knowledge and abilities to be innovative and take action in starting a new business, joining a family or existing business, or helping to run a funds-generating enterprise in a non-profit or governmental agency. The courses that constitute the Entrepreneurial Management curriculum cover four key areas; entrepreneurial/ innovation mindsets, opportunity/innovation implementation, entrepreneurial/ innovation action-taking & entrepreneurial/innovation personal skill development.


Human Resource Management

This concentration focuses on the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively utilize human capital to maximize organizational productivity, teaching students how to acquire, develop, and keep a talented, satisfied, and motivated workforce in small, medium, and large firms. Courses cover the fundamentals of employment law, staffing, training, leadership development, performance management, labor and employee relations, and total reward systems.


International Management

This concentration enables majors to develop a broader understanding of the management of people, processes, and systems in a global economy. Students completing the International Management concentration will be required to study abroad to complete program requirements. In addition, students completing this concentration will be ineligible to complete the International Business Studies Minor. Students taking this concentration are, however, encouraged, but not required, to complete a cognate within global studies, Asian Studies, foreign language or other minor area of study to complement their learning.


Operations and Technology Management

This concentration focuses on the development and use of quantitative modeling techniques, in combination with business technology components and computer systems, for the purpose of solving complex business problems in order to make better managerial decisions. Students choosing the Operations and Technology Management concentration learn the appropriate information technology (IT) and computing skills, along with operations and supply chain management modeling techniques, necessary to develop and implement sophisticated business-related computer Decision Support Systems. It is designed to prepare students for careers in such fields as: business analyst, consultant, business consultant, systems analyst, systems developer, management analyst, project analyst, database developer, or operations manager, among others.


Organizational Leadership

Students that select this concentration will learn what it means to be a leader from a variety of perspectives in a variety of different organizational settings. Students will be exposed to essential concepts related to working with and leading others in small groups and teams. Students will reflect upon what it means to be an innovative and entrepreneurial leader and how this relates to their own abilities. In an experiential setting, students will lead both projects and people in an effort to develop personal leadership skills important to success in the diverse working environment that characterizes today’s workplace.


Students completing the Management Major will have competencies in basic management principles and concepts including understanding the effects of a diverse environment on management decisions and effectively managing relationships.
MANAGEMENT MAJOR (120 Credits)

I. CORE CURRICULUM (34-41 Credits) 34-41


II. FRESHMAN GRADUATION REQUIREMENT (0-3 Credits)

Minimum grade of C is required.

UNIV 110 The First-Year Experience 3

UNIV 110 is required for all new entering freshmen and for new transfer students with fewer than 12 transfer credit hours unless the transfer student has satisfactorily completed a college transition course.


III. FOUNDATION COURSES ( 6-12 Credits)*

Minimum grade of C is required in all foundation courses.

CSCI 110 Enterprise Business Applications ……………………….…….3

ENGL 290* Business and Professional Communication …………………..3

MATH 132*+ Calculus for Business and Social Science……………………….3

PHIL 318 Business Ethics……………………………………………………………………..3

*Credits for courses taken as part of the Core Curriculum are not counted elsewhere in the major.
+ A C or better is required in MATH 130 College Algebra or MATH 130I College Algebra Intensive Study or the Mathematics Placement Test.
IV. BUSINESS CORE REQUIREMENTS (39-45 Credits)*
Minimum grade of C is required in all business core courses.

Lower Level Business Core (15-21 Credits)

CBAD 120* Introduction to the Global Culture of Business ………………3

CBAD 201 Financial/Managerial Accounting I……………………………………3

CBAD 202 Financial/Managerial Accounting II ………………………………….3

CBAD 291* Business Statistics ……………………………………….………………..3

CBAD 292 Decision Analysis ………………………….…………………………………3

ECON 201 Macroeconomics …………………………………………………………….3

ECON 202 Microeconomics ……………………………………………………………3

Upper Level Business Core (24 Credits)
CBAD 301 Management and Organizations ……………………………………3

CBAD 344 Legal Environment of Business ………………………………………3

CBAD 350 Marketing ………………………………………………………………….3

CBAD 363 Business Finance …………………………………………………….3

CBAD 364 Operations Management ………………………………………..3

CBAD 373 Business Integration and Application …………………………..3

CBAD 393 Management Information Systems …………………………..3

CBAD 478 Strategic Management ………………………………………..3


*Credits for courses taken as part of the Core Curriculum are not counted elsewhere in the major.
V. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (18 Credits)

Minimum grade of C is required in major requirements.



Management Major Requirements (if no concentration is selected) (18 Credits)
MGMT 306 Organizational Theory & Behavior or MGMT 309 Leading High Performance

Teams ………………………………………………………………………………………….3

MGMT 307 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management or MGMT 308 Managing

Human Capital ……………………………………………………………………………….3

MGMT 480 Leadership in Project Management ……………………………3

MGMT International Selective (Choose one from the following:) (3 Credits) ……………3

CBAD 402 Study Abroad in International Business (3)

MGMT 423 Study Abroad in Entrepreneurship & Innovation (3)



MGMT 362 Global Leadership Development (3)

MGMT 461 Cross-Cultural Management (3)



MGMT 462: Organizational Growth and Development in a Globalized World (3)

MGMT 482 Global Supply Chain Management (3)

MGMT General Selectives (Choose any two MGMT courses that are 300

level or above and are not already used to satisfy degree requirements)…………6



Concentration Requirements:


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