Effective July 31, 2009, both the Department of Psychology and the Department of Nursing will be in the College of Professional Studies rather than the College of Natural Resources and Sciences.
The policy on the assignment of faculty and library office space was recommended by Academic Senate on November 8, 1988, and accepted by the P & VPAA (Wartell) on
This administrative memorandum presents: (1) a set of principles to guide the budget process in Academic Affairs; (2) a calendar that shows the major events associated with budgeting; (3) a list of budget categories that will be used in making presentations before the Joint Council and in tracking allocation/expenditure data; (4) a definition of a base budget; and (5) a protocol that the Provost, the Deans, and Directors will use in presenting requests for base budgets.
The following are select updates to current policy in the HSU Catalog and are to be implemented for the 2011/2012 AY. The current policy can be found in the 2010-11 catalog pages 40 & 68.
The temporary Program Review procedures for degree and credential programs, established in 2010, has been superseded by a Program Review, Evaluation and Planning (PREP) procedure with annual and periodic components. Current guidelines, timelines and reports for PREP are available at the Institutional Research and Planning website http://www.humboldt.edu/irp/PREP.html.
Academic programs are allowed to establish currency requirements for their major’s courses limiting the number of years that a course can be counted towards the degree. In accordance with Title 5, all courses taken within seven academic years of the date of graduation will be considered current for purposes of the major. Programs may identify specific courses that will not be considered current if they were completed more than seven academic years from the date of graduation.
In accordance with Sections 13.5, 14.5 and 15.4 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and upon the recommendation of the University Faculty Personnel Committee, I hereby approve the attached 2011/2012 dates for submission of periodic evaluations and performance reviews to the Department Personnel Committee, the College Personnel Committee, and the University Faculty Personnel Committee, as appropriate.
The minimum passing grade requirement for courses used to satisfy the requirements of a Master’s Degree at HSU will be a B-. Current students may elect to complete their program with the minimum grade requirements as stated in the HSU Catalog published the year that they were admitted. Where there are conflicts in the catalogs through 2010/2011, with two or more different standards, a student will be required to meet the standard set by the program. A higher grade standard than the campus minimum (B-) may be specified by a graduate degree program.