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Drop Course Proposal
ANTH 489 ANTHROPOLOGY OF BUSINESS

Status: Approved

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1. Review - Academic Programs

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Prgms/Assess/Accred, November 13, 2017 4:14pm

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Academic Programs) November 13, 2017 4:14pm
All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

2. Review - Catalog Coordinator

Approved by Larry Bulling Program Technician 1 / Office of the Registrar, November 13, 2017 4:14pm

Proposal

Proposal ID: 102000
Type: Drop Course
Submission Date: November 13, 2017 4:13pm
Approval Date: November 13, 2017 4:14pm
Effective Term: Fall 2017
Justification:
SUMMARY: This course is being dropped due to the annual run of Courses Not Taught in the last 3 years. (201400 to 201703) It has been determined by the College of Liberal Arts as not needed.

CONTACTS: Individuals have been added as contacts. Reason: Their academic program has been identified as being impacted by this expedited change course proposal.

All Components are met per the Faculty Senate Curriculum Council guidelines.

Cheryl (APA)
Comments: None

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist Acad Prgms/Assess/Accred

Contacts

Name Title Department/School
Joan Gross Professor Anthropology Department
Susan Bernardin Director - SLCS Liberal Arts Admin

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
Susan Bernardin - Director - SLCS / Liberal Arts Admin Not Contacted Yes

Course Information

Designator/Course #: ANTH 489 
CIP Code: 450201
Title:
ANTHROPOLOGY OF BUSINESS  
College/Department or College/School:
College of Liberal Arts / School of Language, Culture, and Society  

Credits: 3  
Grading Mode: A-F (includes I, W, R, S/U)  
Courses Taught Schedule:
 

Schedule Types: Lecture; Discussion; Final Exam  
Campus Locations:  

Description:
Students are exposed to the methods and perspectives used by anthropologists working in business. How does anthropology contribute in such areas as product development, workplace organization and communication, marketing and interfacing with technology? Students do a lengthy project in one of these areas and present it as if in a corporate setting.

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