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Drop Undergraduate Option
Native Americans and Natural Resources

Status: Approved

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1. Review - College Approver - Forestry

Approved by Randall Rosenberger Assoc Dean-Undergrad Studies / College of Forestry Adm, June 1, 2015 2:31pm

2. Review - Curriculum Coordinator

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Prgms/Assess/Accred, June 12, 2015 3:14pm

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Curriculum Coordinator) June 12, 2015 3:14pm
SUMMARY: The College of Forestry is requesting this Undergraduate Option be dropped from its program.

Cheryl

3. Review - CC Rep - Forestry

Approved by Richard Nafshun Senior Instructor II / Chemistry, June 13, 2015 10:49am

4. Review - Curriculum Council Chair

Approved by Richard Nafshun Senior Instructor II / Chemistry, June 13, 2015 10:49am

5. Review - Academic Programs

Approved by Cheryl Hagey Administrative Program Assist / Acad Prgms/Assess/Accred, June 15, 2015 10:57am

Comments

Cheryl Hagey (Academic Programs) June 15, 2015 10:57am
Approved - ch

6. Review - Catalog Coordinator

Approved by Larry Bulling Academic Wage Appt - Hourly / Office of the Registrar, June 15, 2015 4:13pm

Comments

Larry Bulling (Catalog Coordinator) June 15, 2015 4:13pm
Termination of Native Americans and Natural Resources option (option code 678) under the Natural Resources major (major code 671).

Proposal

Proposal ID: 94572
Type: Drop Option/Minor
Submission Date: June 1, 2015 9:04am
Approval Date: June 15, 2015 4:13pm
Effective Term: Winter 2016
Justification:
No students are pursuing this option and only 2 have done so in the past. The student would be better served by designing an Individualized Specialty Option in the area.
Comments: None

Originators

Name Title Department/School
Julie Barlow Administrative Program Assist College of Forestry Adm

Contacts

Name Title Department/School
Terina Mc Lachlain Mgr-Nat Res Prog/Advisor-Acad Forest Ecosyst & Society

Liaisons

Liaison Status Required
D Barry Croom - Department Head / General Agriculture
I support this request.
(Responded on May 15, 2015)
Responded Yes
Bruce Dugger - Associate Professor / Fisheries and Wildlife
Expired Yes
Lee Ann Garrison - Director-Sch of Arts & Comm / Liberal Arts Admin
I support this.
(Responded on May 15, 2015)
Responded Yes
Anita Grunder - Academic Wage Appt - Hourly / Earth, Ocean & Atmo Sci
Expired Yes
Troy Hall - Department Head / Forest Ecosyst & Society
Expired Yes
Anita Helle - Professor / Sch of Wrtg Lit & Film
Expired Yes
Nicole Kent - Mgr-Undergrad Curricula/Advis / College of Forestry Adm
Approve.
(Responded on May 15, 2015)
Responded No
Terina Mc Lachlain - Mgr-Nat Res Prog/Advisor-Acad / Forest Ecosyst & Society
Expired Yes
Ben Mutschler - Director / History Department
Expired Yes
Randall Rosenberger - Assoc Dean-Undergrad Studies / College of Forestry Adm
Support
(Responded on May 18, 2015)
Responded No
Susan Shaw - Professor / Women/Gendr/Sxlt Studies
I support this proposal.
(Responded on May 18, 2015)
Responded Yes
Jun Xing - Professor / Ethnic Studies
Expired No

Program Information

Program Title: Native Americans and Natural Resources 
CIP Code: 030599
College/Department or College/School: College of Forestry / Forest Ecosystems and Society 

Program Type: Undergraduate Option 
Description:  

The student will develop an understanding of how native populations used and managed the natural resources of the Northwest in prehistoric (prior to the arrival of Europeans), historic, and contemporary time periods; how Native Americans view the usage of natural resources today; and to learn the various methods by which this information is developed.

The student will develop an understanding of how native populations used and managed the natural resources of the Northwest in prehistoric (prior to the arrival of Europeans), historic, and contemporary time periods; how Native Americans view the usage of natural resources today; and to learn the various methods by which this information is developed.

The student will develop an understanding of how native populations used and managed the natural resources of the Northwest in prehistoric (prior to the arrival of Europeans), historic, and contemporary time periods; how Native Americans view the usage of natural resources today; and to learn the various methods by which this information is developed.

Requirements:  

No more than 20 credits from one department; no more than 20 lower-divisions credits.

Required Background Course

ANTH 330. *Evolution of People, Technology, and Society (3)

General Requirements (12 credits—6 in Prehistoric; 6 in Contemporary)


Prehistoric Use of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
ANTH 433. First Americans, Last Frontiers (3)
ANTH 434. North America after the Ice Age (3)
ANTH 436. Northwest Prehistory (3)
FW 470. *Ecology and History: Landscapes of the Columbia Basin (3)
HST 469. History of the Pacific Northwest (4)
HST 481. *Environmental History of the U.S. (4)

Contemporary Uses of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
AG 301. *Ecosystem Science of Pacific NW Indians (3)
ANTH 311. *Peoples of the World–North America (3)
ANTH 472. Contemporary Indian Issues (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ES 445. *Native American Science and Technology (4)
ES/PHL 448. Native American Philosophies (4)

Methods (6 credits)

ANTH 490. Topics in Methodology (3)
ANTH 497. Archeological Field Methods (3)
ANTH 498. Oral Traditions (3)
COMM 414. Communication Research Methods (3)
FW 255. Field Sampling of Fish and Wildlife (3)

Disciplinary Perspectives in Native Americans and Natural Resource Issues (Choose 20 credits)

ANTH 435. Cultural Resources: Policy and Procedures (3)
ANTH 477. Ecological Anthropology (4)
ANTH 481. *Natural Resources and Community Values (3)
ES 242. *Federal-Indian Relations in 19th Century U.S. and Canada (3) [Terminated spring 2014]
ES 243. *Native American Assimilation and Activism (4)
ES 345. Native Americans in Oregon (3)
ES 444. Native American Law: Tribes, Treaties, and the United States (4)
FW 340. *Multicultural Perspectives in Natural Resources (3)
GEO 300. *Sustainability for the Common Good (3)
GEO 324. Geography of Life: Species Distributions and Conservation (4)
GEO 420. Geography of Resource Use (3)

Total=41


Footnote:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC

No more than 20 credits from one department; no more than 20 lower-divisions credits.

Required Background Course

ANTH 330. *Evolution of People, Technology, and Society (3)

General Requirements (12 credits—6 in Prehistoric; 6 in Contemporary)


Prehistoric Use of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
ANTH 433. First Americans, Last Frontiers (3)
ANTH 434. North America after the Ice Age (3)
ANTH 436. Northwest Prehistory (3)
FW 470. *Ecology and History: Landscapes of the Columbia Basin (3)
HST 469. History of the Pacific Northwest (4)
HST 481. *Environmental History of the U.S. (4)

Contemporary Uses of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
AG 301. *Ecosystem Science of Pacific NW Indians (3)
ANTH 311. *Peoples of the World–North America (3)
ANTH 472. Contemporary Indian Issues (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ES 445. *Native American Science and Technology (4)
ES/PHL 448. Native American Philosophies (4)

Methods (6 credits)

ANTH 490. Topics in Methodology (3)
ANTH 497. Archeological Field Methods (3)
ANTH 498. Oral Traditions (3)
COMM 414. Communication Research Methods (3)
FW 255. Field Sampling of Fish and Wildlife (3)

Disciplinary Perspectives in Native Americans and Natural Resource Issues (Choose 20 credits)

ANTH 435. Cultural Resources: Policy and Procedures (3)
ANTH 477. Ecological Anthropology (4)
ANTH 481. *Natural Resources and Community Values (3)
ES 242. *Federal-Indian Relations in 19th Century U.S. and Canada (3) [Terminated spring 2014]
ES 243. *Native American Assimilation and Activism (4)
ES 345. Native Americans in Oregon (3)
ES 444. Native American Law: Tribes, Treaties, and the United States (4)
FW 340. *Multicultural Perspectives in Natural Resources (3)
GEO 300. *Sustainability for the Common Good (3)
GEO 324. Geography of Life: Species Distributions and Conservation (4)
GEO 420. Geography of Resource Use (3)

Total=41


Footnote:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC

No more than 20 credits from one department; no more than 20 lower-divisions credits.

Required Background Course

ANTH 330. *Evolution of People, Technology, and Society (3)

General Requirements (12 credits—6 in Prehistoric; 6 in Contemporary)


Prehistoric Use of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
ANTH 433. First Americans, Last Frontiers (3)
ANTH 434. North America after the Ice Age (3)
ANTH 436. Northwest Prehistory (3)
FW 470. *Ecology and History: Landscapes of the Columbia Basin (3)
HST 469. History of the Pacific Northwest (4)
HST 481. *Environmental History of the U.S. (4)

Contemporary Uses of Natural Resources in Native North America (6 credits):
AG 301. *Ecosystem Science of Pacific NW Indians (3)
ANTH 311. *Peoples of the World–North America (3)
ANTH 472. Contemporary Indian Issues (4)
ENG 360. *Native American Literature (4)
ES 445. *Native American Science and Technology (4)
ES/PHL 448. Native American Philosophies (4)

Methods (6 credits)

ANTH 490. Topics in Methodology (3)
ANTH 497. Archeological Field Methods (3)
ANTH 498. Oral Traditions (3)
COMM 414. Communication Research Methods (3)
FW 255. Field Sampling of Fish and Wildlife (3)

Disciplinary Perspectives in Native Americans and Natural Resource Issues (Choose 20 credits)

ANTH 435. Cultural Resources: Policy and Procedures (3)
ANTH 477. Ecological Anthropology (4)
ANTH 481. *Natural Resources and Community Values (3)
ES 242. *Federal-Indian Relations in 19th Century U.S. and Canada (3) [Terminated spring 2014]
ES 243. *Native American Assimilation and Activism (4)
ES 345. Native Americans in Oregon (3)
ES 444. Native American Law: Tribes, Treaties, and the United States (4)
FW 340. *Multicultural Perspectives in Natural Resources (3)
GEO 300. *Sustainability for the Common Good (3)
GEO 324. Geography of Life: Species Distributions and Conservation (4)
GEO 420. Geography of Resource Use (3)

Total=41


Footnote:

* Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC

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