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1 Orientation Kick-Off May 9, 2014 Updates on General Education Core, Degree Maps, and other Emerging Technologies

2 Integration of Knowledge: Principles of Undergraduate Learning Gen Ed Core Baccalaureate Requirements Program Requirements PUL 1&2: Analytical Reasoning (6) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (9) PUL 1: Core Communication (6 ) Life/Physical Sciences (6) PUL 5: Cultural Understanding (3) PUL 3: Integration and Application of Knowledge: RISE, First-Year Seminar Capstone PUL 2: Critical Thinking PUL 6: Values and Ethics PUL 4: Intellectual Depth PUL 4: Intellectual Breadth & Adaptiveness * * * high-impact practices IUPUI Model of Integrated Learning Program Oversight: Program Faculty Baccalaureate Oversight: School Curriculum Committee General Education Core Oversight: Undergraduate Affairs Committee (tbf Fall 2014)

3 IUPUI General Education Core (30 credits) Principles of Undergraduate Learning PUL 1: Core Communication (6 cr) PUL 5: Cultural Understanding (3 cr) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (9 cr) PUL 1&2: Analytical Reasoning (6 cr) Life/Physical Sciences (6 cr) PUL 4: Intellectual Breadth & Adaptiveness

4 What’s New? Beginning in Fall, 2014, the IUPUI General Education Core will apply to all beginning students (including transfer students that fail to complete the 30-credit hour core at their prior institution) Students transferring internally from an IU campus (or from a Purdue campus to SCI or E&T) should be permitted to complete the core begun at their prior institution to facilitate progress toward degree goals

5 Coming Soon…..UNDI Course-to- Competency Articulation Office of Undergraduate Admissions is developing processes for reviewing 100- and 200-level UNDI transfer courses and articulating them with general education competencies Rules were articulated by faculty and admissions staff will be trained to make equivalency decisions. When a decision cannot be made, the most proximal department at IUPUI will be consulted

6 33 Newly-Approved Courses (2014) Analytical Reasoning (Other) Life/Physical Sciences CSCI-N 200PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE INFO-I 101INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATICS INFO-I 201MATH FOUNDATNS OF INFORMATICS INFO-I 210INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE I PBHL-B 300INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATISTICS BIOL 11011PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES

7 Cultural Understanding AMST-A 101INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN STUDIES ENG-L 245INTRO TO CARIBBEAN LITERATURE LATS-L 101INTRO TO LATINO STUDIES MUS-Z 105TRADITIONS IN WORLD MUSIC REL-R 101RELIGION AND CULTURE

8 Social Sciences ENG-Z 205INTRODUCTION TO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE HPER-F 255HUMAN SEXUALITY HPER-F 258MARRIAGE & FAMILY INTERACTION INFO-I 270 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES INFO-I 275INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION THEORY JOURN-J 110FOUNDATIONS OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION ME 32700ENGINEERING ECONOMICS OLS 25200HUMAN BEHAVR IN ORGANIZATIONS OLS 26300ETHICAL DECISIONS IN LDRSHP OLS 27400APPLIED LEADERSHIP SPEA-J 150PUBLIC SAFETY IN AMERICA

9 Arts & Humanities CLAS-C 205CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY ENG-L 202LITERARY INTERPRETATION ENG-L 203INTRODUCTION TO DRAMA ENG-L 205INTRODUCTION TO POETRY FILM-C 292INTRODUCTION TO FILM HER-E 111METALSMITHING AND JEWELRY DESIGN HER-V 214HISTORY OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION MHHS-M 201INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL HUMANITIES AND HEALTH STUDIES MSTD-A 101UNDERSTANDING MUSEUMS NEWM-N 100FOUNDATIONS OF NEW MEDIA NEWM-N 201DESIGN ISSUES IN DIGITAL MEDIA

10 Academic Policies on General Education Codified in December 2013 (see gened.iupui.edu) Key decisions: – Courses apply to only one list and cannot move across lists (competency lists should be consistent at general education and baccalaureate requirement levels) – Course approvals apply retroactively – 3 course (9 credit) limit on courses that can apply to both program and general education requirements (except if student is pursuing double major, minor, or certificate) – General philosophy – do no harm/help student to attain degree goals

11 Degree Maps

12 HEA – Degree maps must be offered to all students at public institutions beginning with first- time full-time students first entering in AY

13 For Students Who Are Not Sure…. 5 Meta-Majors have been developed and coded for first year: Human Services (Social Work, Education) STEM Arts, Humanities and Journalism Health and Life Sciences Business/Administration/Leadership

14 Status Report Degree maps (if validation process is smooth) SHOULD be viewable by students on June 2. If things are not smooth, there could be a delay. – Helpful to provide paper copy of Year 1 (semester 1 + 2) courses as backup – Critical that credits add to 30 in first year – State aid will be withdrawn if 30 credits are not completed successfully iGPS system: This fall, students should be able to import a degree map into their Planner. iGPS will provide feedback to student on plan as credits are earned. See Advising Systems Roadmap for an overview of this and other emerging systems.Advising Systems Roadmap

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