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Program Revision Guidelines
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
DIVISION OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
OUTLINE FOR SUBMITTING PROPOSALS TO REVISE PROGRAMS
Use this outline to prepare proposals to revise existing programs, including undergraduate majors and minors
and graduate degree programs and certificates. Proposals for revising programs should be submitted in
narrative form, using the following outline. Guidelines are on the following page.
PROGRAM NAME AND CODE: MASTER OF ARTS IN WORLD LANGUAGES - SPANISH (MAWL - SPANISH)
REVISED PROGRAM NAME AND CODE (IF APPLICABLE):
DEGREE:
MASTER OF ARTS IN WORLD LANGUAGES - SPANISH
DEPARTMENT(S):
WORLD LANGUAGES
DEPARTMENT CONTACT: ROSEMARY WESTON-GIL
COLLEGE(S):
ARTS & SCIENCES
CONTACT PHONE:
7-0130
CONTACT EMAIL:
[email protected]
I. Rationale
With the proposed increase in the number of credit hours of SPNH 543 and 544 from 2 to 3, the number of
hours of required courses will be increased from 16 to 18, while the number of restricted elective will be
reduced from 14 to 12 hours.
II. Description of Current Program
Master of arts in world languages – Spanish – 30 hours Required Courses .............................................................. 16 hours SPNH 543 Spanish Grammar and Syntax (2 hrs) SPNH 544 Graduate Spanish Conversation (2 hrs) SPNH 530 Graduate Spanish Phonetics and Phonology (3 hrs) SPNH 610 Intensive Summer Program in Spanish (6 hrs) FLAN 650 Graduate Research Seminar (3 hrs) Restricted Electives .............................................................. 14 hours For non-­‐teacher track students the most appropriate Restricted Elective courses from which to choose are*: SPNH 401 Advanced Readings in Spanish Literature (3 hrs) SPNH 402 Advanced Readings in Spanish American Literature (3 hrs) SPNH 445 Spanish-­‐American Prose (3 hrs) SPNH 448 Modern Drama (3 hrs) SPNH 449 Romanticism (3 hrs) SPNH 450 Spanish-­‐American Theater (3 hrs.) SPNH 454 Modernism in Spanish America (3 hrs) SPNH 455 The Generation of 1898 (3 hrs) SPNH 463 Don Quixote (3 hrs) SPNH 464 Drama of the Golden Age (3 hrs) SPNH 465 Modern Novel (3 hrs) SPNH 471 Culture and Literature of the Hispanic Groups in the United States (3 hrs) Miller, Program Revision Guidelines
Sept. 04
Program Revision Guidelines
SPNH 511 The Cultures of Spain (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 512 The Cultures of Spanish America (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 523 Hispanic Linguistics (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 582 U. S. Dialects of Spanish (3 hrs) *A maximum of nine hours of undergraduate course work may be permitted in the earning of any graduate degree. For graduate students who are current or future teachers, the most appropriate Restricted Electives from which to choose are: TSLN 501 Theoretical Foundations of Second-­‐Language Pedagogy (3 hrs) TSLN 520 Foreign Language Testing and Evaluation (2 hrs) FLAN 450 Cultural Issues in Language Teaching (2 hrs) FLAN 611 Theory and Methods of Modern Language Teaching (3 hrs) FLAN 612 The Proficiency-­‐Based Curriculum (3 hrs) FLAN 613 Using Technology in the Foreign Language Classroom (3 hrs) III. Proposed Revision
Master of arts in world languages – Spanish – 30 hours Required Courses .............................................................. 18 hours SPNH 543 Spanish Grammar and Syntax (3 hrs) SPNH 544 Graduate Spanish Conversation (3 hrs) SPNH 530 Graduate Spanish Phonetics and Phonology (3 hrs) SPNH 610 Intensive Summer Program in Spanish (6 hrs) FLAN 650 Graduate Research Seminar (3 hrs) Restricted Electives .............................................................. 12 hours For non-­‐teacher track students the most appropriate Restricted Elective courses from which to choose are*: SPNH 401 Advanced Readings in Spanish Literature (3 hrs) SPNH 402 Advanced Readings in Spanish American Literature (3 hrs) SPNH 445 Spanish-­‐American Prose (3 hrs) SPNH 448 Modern Drama (3 hrs) SPNH 449 Romanticism (3 hrs) SPNH 450 Spanish-­‐American Theater (3 hrs.) SPNH 454 Modernism in Spanish America (3 hrs) SPNH 455 The Generation of 1898 (3 hrs) SPNH 463 Don Quixote (3 hrs) SPNH 464 Drama of the Golden Age (3 hrs) SPNH 465 Modern Novel (3 hrs) SPNH 471 Culture and Literature of the Hispanic Groups in the United States (3 hrs) SPNH 511 The Cultures of Spain (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 512 The Cultures of Spanish America (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 523 Hispanic Linguistics (3 hrs) [New Course] SPNH 582 U. S. Dialects of Spanish (3 hrs) *A maximum of nine hours of undergraduate course work may be permitted in the earning of any graduate degree. Miller, Program Revision Guidelines
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Program Revision Guidelines
For graduate students who are current or future teachers, the most appropriate Restricted Electives from which to choose are: TSLN 501 Theoretical Foundations of Second-­‐Language Pedagogy (3 hrs) TSLN 520 Foreign Language Testing and Evaluation (2 hrs) FLAN 450 Cultural Issues in Language Teaching (2 hrs) FLAN 611 Theory and Methods of Modern Language Teaching (3 hrs) FLAN 612 The Proficiency-­‐Based Curriculum (3 hrs) FLAN 613 Using Technology in the Foreign Language Classroom (3 hrs) IV. Impact: No impact on other university programs
V. Budget: No new resources will be needed.
VI. Action of the Department/College
1. Department:
Vote of department faculty:
For
18
Against
0
(Enter the number of votes cast in each category.)
I support this proposal. The proposed revision can
X
cannot
Department(s) without additional College or University resources.
Rosemary Weston-Gil
Department Head Signature
Abstentions
0
be implemented within the affected
4/10/12
Date
2. College/Graduate School:
A. College
I support this proposal. The proposed program can
College without additional University resources.
cannot
College Dean Signature
be implemented within the affected
Date
B. Graduate School (Graduate Program Revisions ONLY)
Associate Dean Signature
Date
VII. Approval
Assistant Vice-President for Academic Services Signature
VIII. Appendices
A. Market Analysis/Needs Assessment
B. Mandates
C. Request for New/Revised Course Forms
Miller, Program Revision Guidelines
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Date
Program Revision Guidelines
D. Letters of Support from Impacted Departments
E. Cost Analysis (Complete only if the revision cannot be implemented without additional University resources. Fill in
Estimated Resources for the sponsoring department(s). Attach separate estimates for other affected departments.)
Estimated Resources:
Year One
Year Two
Year Three
Faculty / Staff
$_________
$_________
$_________
SS&M
$_________
$_________
$_________
Equipment
$_________
$_________
$_________
Total
$_________
$_________
$_________
Miller, Program Revision Guidelines
Sept. 04
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