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CAAL Meeting Material 09-01-2005

CAAL Meeting Material 09-01-2005

COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC AFFAIRS AND LICENSING
AGENDA
SEPTEMBER 1, 2005
1:00 p.m.

1.  Consideration of Minutes of April 19, 2005

2. Consideration of New Program Proposals 

a.      A.H.S., Emergency Medical Technology, Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech
b.      B.A., Communication, Coastal Carolina
c.      B.S. Recreation and Sport Management, Coastal Carolina
d.      M.S. and Ph.D., Automotive Engineering, Clemson
e.      Ph.D., International Family and Community Studies, Clemson
f.       Institute for Supply Chain Optimization and Logistics, Clemson    

3. Consideration of Requests to Amend License

a.      Associate in Graphic Design ; B.S., Graphic Design; B.S., Criminal Justice, South University, Savannah, GA at Columbia
b.      A.A.S. degrees in (1) Computer and Information Science with concentrations in Information Technology/Business Systems Administration, Information Technology/Networking & Security Management, and Medical Administration; (2) Computer Electronics  Engineering Technology and (3) Health Science with a concentration in Medical Assisting, additional Location in Columbia, ECPI College of Technology, Virginia Beach, VA  

4. Consideration of Program Productivity Study Follow-up:  South Carolina State  

5. Consideration of NCATE/State Partnership Program Evaluations 

a.      Francis Marion University
b.      Lander University
c.      College of Charleston  

6. Consideration of Annual Budget for Research Centers of Economic Excellence/Endowed Chairs Program, FY 2005-06

7.  Consideration of Improving Teacher Quality Competitive Grants Program

a.      Awards of Competitive Grants for Project Year 2005-06
b.      Proposed Guidelines for Project Year 2006-07  

8. Consideration of Centers of Excellence (Education)

a.      Budget Allocations for FY 2005-06 and Appropriations Request for FY 2006-07
b.      Guidelines for Centers of Excellence (RFP), FY 2006-07

9. Consideration of Annual Report on English Language Fluency Act, FY 2004-05

10. Consideration of Policy and Procedures for Approval of New or Revised Mission Statements

11. Consideration of Revised Mission Statement:

a.      Central Carolina Technical College
b.      Spartanburg Community College

12. Consideration of Annual Report on Admissions Standards for First-Time Entering Freshmen, Fall 2004 (corrected)

13. Annual Report on Academic Common Market, FY 2004-05

14.   Other:   Next Meeting :  Tuesday, October 11, 10:30 a.m.  

For further Information send mail to:

Dr. Gail M. Morrison
Director of Academic Affairs and Licensing
gmorrisonnn@.che.sc.gov  

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