Approved by the Mānoa Faculty Senate on February 16, 2011
|Date||Document & Link||Committee|
|Charge/Background: Common General Education Statement|
|Proposal: Common Course Numbering||UH System; VCAA|
MOTION TO ACCEPT RECOMMENDATION ON COURSE ALPHA ARTICULATION
CHARGE: Course Alpha Articulation Implementation
The AACFSC is reviewing a proposal to fully articulate all UH courses in an effort to facilitate students transfer among campuses and eliminate some of the A&R and student confusion over course equivalencies. CAPP is asked to review implementation approaches and make a recommendation to the full Senate on or before the February 2011 Senate meeting.
CAPP's Motion on Course Alpha Articulation
If there is a problem of Course Alpha Numbers used in the UH campuses that do not always match with UH Mānoa courses leading to misunderstandings and mistakes for students and the Records Office, CAPP recommends that Departments concerned be encouraged to resolve and correct the problem. CAPP made the following motion and recommends the Faculty Senate to support its motion.
- The discrepant courses be identified by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- The relevant departments notified
- The problem be resolved at the departmental levels
- Progress report provided to the Senate/CAPP for follow-up and further action if needed