Fall 2012 FYEP Events Coming soon
- Automotive Technology, AAS (0525)
- Business Administration, AAS (0632) and AS (0671)
- Criminal Justice Studies, Certificate (1753)
- Construction Technology: Management, AAS (1162)
- Early Childhood Education, AS (1327)
- Legal Studies, B.Tech (0818)
- Liberal Arts/General Studies, AA and AS (0250)
- Veterinary Science Technology, AAS (0521)
In addition, students in the Gateway to Success (G2S) program are required to take FYEP 101. In addition to pre-Early Childhood and pre-Liberal Arts this includes those students who are pre-majors in:
- Computer Information Systems, AAS (581)
- Graphic & Multimedia Design, B. Tech (2026)
- Sport Management, BBA (0182)
We encourage all programs to add the 1 credit hour FYE course to their curriculum. This course is not just about learning study- and college-success skills, but about getting involved in the campus community and feeling like a valued part of it. If your program is interested in adding FYEP 101 to your curriculum, begin by amending the curriculum check sheet.
How do I amend the curriculum check sheet?
Are there standard responses I can cut and paste in a new cover sheet?
- Yes. If you open the document titled "Instructions" you will see standard responses for all aspects of Part III on the yellow cover page. We encourage departments to cut and paste the standardized responses to expedite the process.
How many yellow cover pages and check sheets do I need to change?
- You need to submit a yellow cover page and check sheet for each curriculum (i.e. - the Criminal Justice Department has three degree programs, AAS in CJ, Bachelors of Technology in Criminal Investigation, and Bachelors of Technology in Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Leadership, therefore we would need to fill out and submit three separate sets of paperwork).
When do I need to have the paperwork completed by?
- The Curriculum Committee needs everything completed and going through the signature process by April 15, 2011, in order to have the program approved for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Who can I contact with questions about the curriculum changes?
- Liz Erickson at email@example.com or 386-7504
We anticipate needing about 10 sections in Spring 2012.
The need for Fall 2012 will depend on the number of programs that adopt FYE as part of their required curriculum, but based on Fall 2011 data, we anticipate the need for approximately 20 sections with 30 enrolled students per class.
At this time, no one is required to teach the course, so we rely on interested instructors to come forward (there is a stipend). Anyone who wants to teach FYEP 101 can contact either Maureen Maiocco or Sharon Tavernier.
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