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Council Business 2012- 2013



For information, members of Council may write to the Chair of Council, Lauren Sergio, or the Secretary of Council, Associate Dean Peter Mulvihill, or write or call the Assistant Secretary of Council, M. Michael Schiff [(416) 736-5328]. The Council office is located in the FGS suite within 230 York Lanes.

Agenda: Thursday, April 4, 2013


YORK UNIVERSITY
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Meeting of Council

Agenda
Thursday, April 4, 2013
3:00 p.m.
280N York Lanes

1. Welcome and Chair's Remarks

2. Minutes of Previous Meeting (March 7, 2013)

3. Business Arising from the Minutes

4. Dean's Remarks

5. Program Changes

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a) Graduate Program in Finance

New field
Regulatory Affairs for Financial Institutions

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b) Graduate Program in Business Analytics

New fields Cover Letter | Proposed changes | Dean's letter
Changes in course requirements from 30 to 42 credits

6. Distinguished Research Professorship Adjudication Responsibility

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Changes to legislation

7. Presentation: "Expanding Graduate Enrolments: To What End?"

Richard Wiggers, Executive Director of Research & Programs, Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario

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8. Curricular Changes
Approved by Assistant Secretary of Council M. Michael Schiff on March 14, 2013, and received for information by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee's Academic Affairs Subcommittee on March 14, 2013, and by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee on March 20, 2013

Members of Council may, if they wish, view these documents in the FGS Council office, 230 York Lanes, or electronically, by contacting M. Michael Schiff, Assistant Secretary of Council.

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a) Graduate Program in Business Administration

Change in Course Number and Description (Crosslisting)
Arts & Media 6340 3.0: from "Managing in a New Broadcast World: Strategy and Change in Television and Emerging Media" to Managing the Broadcast and Digital Worlds: Strategy and Change in Television and Online Media"

b) Graduate Program in Film

New Course Proposal
Film 5290 3.0: "Stereoscopic 3D Production"

c) Graduate Program in Finance

New Course Proposals
Finance 6750 1.50: "Applying Regulatory and Supervisory Principles"/
Prerequisites: for Finance students: All term 1 Finance courses;
for MBA students: All 5100-series required Foundations of Management core courses (Finance 5200 3.0 recommended)

Finance 6800 1.50: "Objectives and Principles of Financial Regulation"/
Prerequisites: for Finance students: All term 1 Finance courses;
for MBA students: All 5100-series required Foundations of Management core courses (Finance 5200 3.0 recommended)

Finance 6850 1.50: "Specialised Topics in Regulation and Supervision"/
Prerequisites: for Finance students: All term 1 Finance courses, Financial Services 5500 1.5, 6750 1.5 and 6800 1.5;
for MBA students: All 5100-series required Foundations of Management core courses (Finance 5200 3.0 recommended) plus Financial Services 5500 1.5, 6750 1.5 and 6800 1.5, or permission of the instructor

d) Graduate Program in Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies

New Course Proposal
Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies 6112 3.0: "Queer Affect Theory: Public Feelings and Queer/Feminist Cultural Production"

e) Graduate Program in Humanities

Crosslistings
Humanities 6150 3.0: "The Fiction of Postmodern Multiculturalism"/Same as English 6745 3.0
Humanities 6151 3.0: "Social Movements and Culture: 1960 to the Present"/Same as English 6746 3.0

f) Graduate Program in Law (Part-time LLM in Energy & Infrastructure)

New Course Proposals
Law 6565P 3.0: "Comparative Approaches to Energy Development"

g) Graduate Program in Philosophy

New, Integrated Course Proposal
Philosophy 5237 3.0: "Moral Philosophy II"/Integrated with the undergraduate course Liberal & Professional Arts Philosophy 4237 3.0

Deletion of Crosslisting
Philosophy 6630 3.0: "Contemporary Topics in Social Theory"/Same as Sociology 6200 3.0

h) Graduate Program in Psychology

New Course Proposals
Psychology 6131 3.0: "Univariate Analysis I: Analysis of Variance"
Psychology 6132 3.0: "Univariate Analysis II: Regression"

Change in Course Title
Psychology 6450 3.0: from "Clinical Neuropsychology" to "Principles of Neuropsychological Assessment"

i) Graduate Program in Theatre

Crosslisting
Theatre Studies 5111 3.0: "Sustainable Design in Performance"/Same as Theatre Studies 5111 3.0

9. Other Business

Next meeting of Council: May 2, 2013


 

 



 

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