The following is a policy for establishing Service Learning designated courses in the catalog. This policy addresses the difficulty of ensuring that courses that send students into the community for service learning activities have completed all of the required risk management processes and developed the necessary agreements with the community partner. The policy has two components:
At the request of the HSU International Center, and with the endorsement of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, approval has been granted to officially change the department name from HSU International Center to HSU Center for International Programs, effective May 24, 2011.
At the request of the Office of Academic Programs and Undergraduate/Graduate Studies, and with the endorsement of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, approval has been granted to officially change the name “Office of Academic Programs and Undergraduate/Graduate Studies” to “Academic Programs,” effective February 21, 2011.
At the request of the College of Natural Resources & Sciences Interim Dean, and with the endorsement of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, approval has been granted to officially change the ”Department of Computing Sciences” to the “Department of Computer Science”, effective February 8, 2011.
1. This policy applies to internships taken for academic credit including those taken as independent studies.
All Baccalaureate/Master’s Special Topics Courses will be numbered *80 (e.g. 180/280/380/480/580/680/780); a course number of *80 is only to be used for a Special Topics course.
Students are not permitted to change majors after they have earned 90 units, unless the new major can be completed in less than 140 total units. Students changing majors after having earned 90 units are required to complete a new major contract before completing additional units beyond 90.
Students may declare and complete a second major only if they meet the following criteria:
This policy covers Independent & Directed Study and Senior/Master’s Thesis & Project courses in which the vast majority of learning will be the responsibility of the individual to seek out and acquire knowledge. The following course numbers are appropriate for these S-class courses:
199, 299, 399, 499, 599, 699, 799 Baccalaureate/Master’s Directed/Independent Study
490/690 Senior/Master’s thesis
492/692 Senior/Master’s Project