I. Call to Order
II. Informal statements and proposals
III. Approval of Minutes --- Monday, May 6, 2013,
IV. President’s Report
A. Recap of the 2012 - 2013 Senate Yeal
V. Committee Reports: Standing Committee Annual Reports -- 2012 - 13
University Admissions and Exceptions
VI. Old Business
a. Proposal from Academic Affairs – 2nd reading
The same hours can be used to meet the requirements of more than one major or
minor or combination thereof within the following conditions:
1. At least 12 hours of unduplicated coursework beyond the duplicated hours must be
completed in each major. This rule applies to second majors earned in the same
degree as well as to second degrees.
2. In minors requiring 15 hours or less, at least three hours of unduplicated coursework
must be completed in each minor.
Courses in the major include all courses beyond general education and college requirements
which are required to achieve that major; this would include courses in
subject areas outside the major subject area.
Colleges and/or departments may impose further restrictions on the use of duplicated
hours for their programs, majors and/or minors.
Double majors across colleges (DMAC), defined as a primary major in one of the
professional schools (Business, Education, Health Professions, Fine Arts, Engineering)
and secondary major in Liberal Arts and Sciences may continue to use duplicate
coursework without limitations.
VII. New Business
VIII. As May Arise