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1 CHANCELLOR'S UNIVERSITY REPORT OCTOBER 29 2018

2 THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK – OCTOBER CHANCELLOR'S UNIVERSITY REPORT 29, 2018 PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS Special Actions Section I: Changes in Generic Degree Requirements Section II: Section III: Changes in Degree Programs Section IV: New Courses Secti Changes in Existing Courses on V: Section VI: Courses Withdrawn Affiliation Agreements Section VII: PART B: PERSONNEL MATTERS [PART C: FISCAL MATTERS Section III All Trusts, Gifts, and Grants Fees Section IV Section V Other Financial Matters NOTES Fiscal Matters As the University requires all sponsored program support to be administered by the Research Foundation, Part C - Section III does not differentiate between all grants received on behalf of a college or University entity regardless of grants that are or are not administered by the Research Foundation and shall include dollar amount. PART AA: PERSONNEL ACTIONS REQUIRING WAIVER OF THE BYLAWS ADDENDUM ERRATA

3 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Baruch College Instructional Appointment Non-Teaching / Administrative Communications & Marketing Comments Appt Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Hrs Components Appointment's He Assistant Comms Pubs 6/30/2019 11/5/2018 Otiv,Aditya Heo Series $63,617.00 *Base Sal Writer Track 13.3B -Heoa -Editor effective date, as reported in the October 2018 CUR, revised from 10/29/2018 to 11/05/2018. Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Teaching / Administrative: 1 Non - Total Instructional: 1 Page 1 of 12

4 ’s University Report Chancellor Errata Report October 2018 Classified Appointment Competitive Buildings & Grounds Appt Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Hrs Components Appointment's Stationary 10/8/2019 Stationary Engineer Richards,Christian Probable 10/9/2018 *Base Sal $127,034.00 Permanent Engineer effective date, as reported in the October 2018 CUR, revised from 10/12/2018 to 10/09/2018. Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 1 Page 2 of 12

5 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Graduate Center Instructional Appointment Faculty Academic Planning And Programs Functional Title Name Type Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Salary Components Hrs $5,268.00 Deas,Ayo Andra J Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Graduate Assistant D Appointment And Others D Withdrawn Psc Graduate Assistant D Hardee,Jerry J Instructors Appointment Graduate Asst $5,268.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal And Others D Withdrawn Psc Graduate Assistant D Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $5,268.00 Iftikhar,Harun 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Appointment And Others D Withdrawn Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant D Liu,Naifeng Instructors Appointment *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $5,268.00 8/27/2018 And Others Withdrawn D Psc Appointment Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant D Stoeth,Ann M Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $5,268.00 And Others D Withdrawn Psc Graduate Assistant D Tan,Kar Man Instructors Appointment *Base Sal $5,268.00 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 D And Others Withdrawn Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant D Tara,Roshni Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $5,268.00 Appointment 8/27/2018 And Others Withdrawn D Psc 8/27/2018 Yan,Xiaotao Instructors *Base Sal $5,268.00 Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant D 8/26/2019 Appointment Withdrawn D And Others Psc Office of Dean for Acad Affrs Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Alvarez,Jonas Instructors *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Appointment Withdrawn And Others B Psc *Base Sal Graduate Asst Arumov,Artavazd Instructors Appointment Graduate Assistant B $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Withdrawn Psc *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B Chen,Haohong Instructors Appointment Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Withdrawn Psc Hoffman,Christopher Instructors Appointment *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others Withdrawn B Psc 8/26/2019 Appointment Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Kirkizh,Eleonora Instructors 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $11,969.00 And Others B Withdrawn Psc Appointment Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Mendis,John Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $11,969.00 And Others B Withdrawn Psc Graduate Asst Appointment Nakhlband,Abbas Instructors *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Graduate Assistant B And Others Withdrawn B Page 3 of 12

6 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Hrs Components Psc 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Appointment O'Malley,Josephine Instructors *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 M And Others Withdrawn B Psc Appointment Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 Graduate Assistant B Russell,Anna Instructors 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $11,969.00 B And Others Withdraw Psc Total Action Appointment: 17 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 17 Total Instructional: 17 Page 4 of 12

7 ’s University Report Chancellor Errata Report October 2018 Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial Office Of IT Appt Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Hrs Components Appointment It Computer 10/9/2018 It Computer Sys Mgr 4 Davidts,Nicolas Provisional *Base Sal $110,000.00 Systems Mgr Withdrawn. Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial: 1 Total Classified: 1 Page 5 of 12

8 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 John Jay College Instructional Scholar Incentive Award Faculty Political Science Leave % Comments Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From of Pay Components Action Reason Asst Professor Li,Ke Track 25 *Base Sal $75,110.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tenure revised from Fellowship Leave- Full Year at 25% to Scholar Incentive Leave at 25%. Total Action Scholar Incentive Award: 1 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Scholar Incentive Award Faculty: 1 Total Instructional: 1 Page 6 of 12

9 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Lehman College Instructional Contract Title Change Faculty Library Title Name Type Comments Empl Class Asst Professor Katz,Stacy Track Tenure Instructors and others PSC, is revised to read Track Tenure. Total Action Contract Title Change: 1 Appointment Non-Teaching / Administrative Freshman Year Initiative Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Substitute Acad Advisor Sr - Heoa Chen,Wanda He Assistant 2/26/2019 *Base Sal $56,528.00 8/27/2018 EMPL class Temporary 6 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Months or more, revised to read, Substitute >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Human Resources Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Hrs Components Empl Class, Asst To Heo Hr Coord Instructional *Base Sal $58,787.00 8/1/2018 6/30/2019 Choudhury,Rabya S HEO Series - Excluded track 13.3b, is revised to read Inst Excl. Purchasing Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Hrs Components He Officer Finance Procurement Dir Nath,Rocky *Base Sal EMPL class $128,485.00 9/10/2018 6/30/2019 Heo Series 13.3b, is Track 13.3B revised to read HEO Series track 13.3b Total Action Appointment: 3 Page 7 of 12

10 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Contract Title Change Faculty: 1 Appointment Non - Teaching / Administrative: 3 Total Instructional: 4 8 of 12 Page

11 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Medgar Evers College Instructional Appointment Faculty Dept Of Accounting Appt Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Hrs Components End date Asst Professor Asst Professor Cadette,Mark Martin 8/26/2019 Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $78,477.00 Clifford Tenure 8/27/2018 corrected to 8/26/2018. Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 1 Total Instructional: 1 Page 9 of 12

12 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Queensborough CC Instructional Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Non-Teaching / Administrative Academy Advisement Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Title Prev Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title $45,957.00 Reclass Acad Advising Specl 8/30/2018 Pian,John Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $56,528.00 *Base Sal Track 13.3B Acad Advising Coord Asst To Heo appointment effective date, 9/30/2018, is revised to 8/30/2018. Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 1 Reappointment Faculty English Comments Appt Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Components Hrs Revised Empl Lecturer Lecturer Cercone,Alisa Cce 8/27/2019 $74,454.00 *Base Sal Certificate Class Track CCE with end Continuous Emp date 8/31/2018 to Empl Class CCE without end date. Lecturer Revised Empl Lecturer Dolan,Michael 8/27/2019 Cce $72,373.00 *Base Sal Patrick Certificate Class Track CCE with end Continuous date Emp 8/31/2018 to Empl Class CCE without end date. Health, Physical Ed & Dance Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $74,454.00 Lecturer Desepoli III,Eugene Cce Revised Empl *Base Sal Lecturer 8/27/2019 Class Track Certificate Continuous CCE with end Emp date 8/31/2018 to Empl Class CCE without end date. Page 10 of 12

13 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 Total Action Reappointment: 3 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Teaching / Administrative: 1 Non - Reappointment Faculty: 3 Total Instructional: 4 11 of 12 Page

14 Chancellor ’s University Report Errata Report October 2018 End of Report Page 12 of 12

15 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Baruch College Instructional Waiver of Bylaws Non -Teaching / Administrative Financial Aid Bylaw Waiver Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components He Assistant Financial Aid Specl Marshall Jr,Carlton Heo Series 9/27/2018 *Base Sal $65,817.00 *Base Sal $65,817.00 A. Track Financial Aid Specl He Assistant 13.3B Asst To Heo 9/27/2018 Financial Aid $71,268.00 *Base Sal $71,268.00 *Base Sal Heo Series Umana - Walters,Isis Track Asst To Heo Advisor -Aheo 13.3B Financial Aid Advisor - Aheo Total Action Waiver of Bylaws: 2 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Waiver of Bylaws - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Non Total Instructional: 2 1 of 18 Page

16 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Classified Waiver of Bylaws Non -Competitive Buildings & Grounds Bylaw Waiver Comments Title Eff From Functional Title Prev Amount Name Type Salary Prev Salary Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Custodial 6/19/2018 $33,084.00 *Base Sal Custodial Asst $33,084.00 Asamoah,Samuel Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst etitive Assistant Custodial Assistant Total Action Waiver of Bylaws: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Waiver of Bylaws Non - Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 1 2 of 18 Page

17 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Bronx CC Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above VP for Academic Affairs Title Functional Title Name Comments Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Vice President Vp Academic Aff And Montenegro,Luis Ecp Acting *Base Sal $168,500.00 9/17/2018 9/16/2019 Enrique Provost >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 1 3 of 18 Page

18 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Brooklyn College Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above Provost/VP for Acad Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Sr Vice Interim Sr Vp Acad Aff And Lopes,Anne Lisa Ecp Acting 10/29/2018 *Base Sal $250,000.00 8/13/2018 President appointment >=6 Mo Or Provost pending FSA Prior Ben approval. 12/10/2018 10/30/2018 Sr Vice Sr Vp Acad Aff And $250,000.00 Lopes,Anne Lisa Ecp Acting *Base Sal Provost >=6 Mo Or President Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 2 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 2 4 of 18 Page

19 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Borough of Manhattan CC Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above President's Office Salary Title Functional Title Name Type SW Eff To Comments Appt Amount Eff From Hrs Components President President Wilks,Karrin E Ecp Acting *Base Sal $220,000.00 9/1/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben office of Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Salary Hrs Components 9/3/2019 Sr Vice 9/4/2018 Sr Vp Acad Aff And $195,450.00 Wong,Erwin J Ecp Acting *Base Sal Provost >=6 Mo Or President Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 2 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 2 5 of 18 Page

20 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Central Office Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above VC For Labor Relations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Sr Vice 3/23/2019 Univ Sr Vc And Gen 9/24/2018 Silverblatt,Pamela $290,000.00 Ecp Acting *Base Sal S. Counsel Chancellor <6 Months Total Action Appointment: 1 Title Change - ECP ECP Below Vice President Exec VC And Univ Provost Title Functional Title Name Comments Type Salary Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Prior Func Title Components Components Prior Title Zoe,Lucinda Rhea Univ Dean Univ Sr Univ Dean $164,115.00 9/25/2018 Ecp (Not *Base Sal $164,115.00 *Base Sal Acting) Univ Dean Acad Affs Univ Dn Undergrad Education Total Action Title Change - ECP: 1 Salary Change -Not Title (ECP) ECP Below Vice President Exec VC And Univ Provost Title Salary Functional Title Name Type Comments Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Components Components *Base Sal 9/25/2018 Univ Dean Univ Sr Univ Dean Zoe,Lucinda Rhea Ecp (Not $185,115.00 *Base Sal $164,115.00 Acad Affs Acting) Institutional Research/Analys Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components Univ Univ Assc Crook,David Ecp (Not *Base Sal $220,481.00 *Base Sal $190,481.00 9/25/2018 Provost - Uadm Administrator Acting) Total Action Salary Change -Not Title (ECP): 2 Page 6 of 18

21 ’s University Report Chancellor Addendum Report October 2018 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Title Change - ECP ECP Below Vice President: 1 Salary Change - Not Title (ECP) ECP Below Vice President: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 4 7 of 18 Page

22 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Instructional Appointment w/Waiver of Bylaw Non -Teaching / Administrative Secretary To The Board Bylaw Waiver Comments Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Components Hrs Waiver Of He Officer Confidential Exec 6/30/2019 Mitchell,Teisha D Instructiona 9/17/2018 Y *Base Sal $108,683.00 Officer -Heo l - Excluded Bachelor'S Degree And Search Waiver Granted For Excluded He Officer Appointment Per Meg Egan, Dona Roy & Gayle Horwitz Total Action Appointment w/Waiver of Bylaw: 1 Total Actions Reported: Instructional of Bylaw Appointment w/Waiver Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Total Instructional: 1 8 of 18 Page

23 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 College of Staten Island Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above VP Finance & Administration Name Title Functional Title Comments Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 7/31/2019 Vice President Vp Campus Plan And Berte,Hope Ecp Acting 8/1/2018 $185,000.00 *Base Sal >=6 Mo Or Facil Mgt Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 1 9 of 18 Page

24 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Instructional Appointment w/Waiver of Bylaw Faculty Educational Studies Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Bylaw Waiver Components Hrs Asst Professor Asst Professor Gipson,Altovise Substitute Extension on sub *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $65,817.00 8/27/2018 appointment >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben approved. Psychology Bylaw Waiver Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Appointed with a Clinical Clinical Professor Melendez,Frances *Base Sal $110,000.00 8/27/2018 Instructors And Others Search Waiver; Professor A. On leave from Psc Lecturer Doctoral Scholar Social Work Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Bylaw Waiver Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Lecturer Alam,Nafees Substitute Served 2 years as *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $66,131.00 8/27/2018 a substitute >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben without the requisite 24 month break; He has been approved for a Fall 2018 extension -Teaching / Administrative Non Office Of Academic Support Appt Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Bylaw Waiver Amount Eff From Eff To Title Comments Hrs Components Tesnakis,Alexandra Asst To Heo Admin Coord Heo Series *Base Sal $62,949.00 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Appointed with a Catherine Track search waiver - Campus Field 13.3B Coordinator - CUNY Explorers Program Total Action Appointment w/Waiver of Bylaw: 4 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Page 10 of 18

25 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Appointment w/Waiver of Bylaw Faculty: 3 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Total Instructional: 4 11 of 18 Page

26 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Hunter College Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above Institutional Advancement Name Title Functional Title Comments Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 11/5/2018 Vice President Vp Institl Adams - Keane,Hele 11/4/2019 Ecp Acting $200,000.00 *Base Sal Advancement >=6 Mo Or n E Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 1 12 of 18 Page

27 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Kingsborough CC Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above President Eff From Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Appt Eff To Amount Comments Hrs Components President President Schrader,Claudia Ecp (Not *Base Sal $226,000.00 9/15/2018 Acting) Total Action Appointment: 1 Salary Change -Not Title (ECP) ECP Vice President and Above Dean Of Students Comments Eff From Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components 9/15/2018 Vice President Vp Student Affairs Cohen,Peter Ecp (Not *Base Sal $184,601.00 *Base Sal $168,724.00 Acting) Total Action Salary Change -Not Title (ECP): 1 Revision ECP Vice President and Above President Eff From Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Appt Eff To Leave % of Pay Hrs Components President President Cohen,Peter Ecp Acting 100 *Base Sal $220,000.00 9/14/2018 9/1/2018 Extension of >=6 Mo Or Interim President Prior Ben Appointment to 9/14/18 Total Action Revision: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 13 of 18 Page

28 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Not Title (ECP) - Salary Change ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Revision ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 3 14 of 18 Page

29 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 LaGuardia CC Executive Compensation Plan Correction ECP Vice President and Above VP Adult & Con'T Education Name Type Comments Title Vice President Healy,Mark C Ecp Acting Interim <6 Months Appointment End date extended to December 10, 2018 Total Action Correction: 1 Appointment ECP Vice President and Above VP Adult & Con'T Education Salary Title Functional Title Name Type SW Eff To Comments Appt Amount Eff From Hrs Components Vice President Vp Adult And Healy,Mark C Ecp Acting *Base Sal $205,000.00 8/20/2018 10/29/2018 <6 Months Continuing Ed Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Correction ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 2 15 of 18 Page

30 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Queensborough CC Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above President's Office Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components *Base Sal President President Lynch,Timothy Ecp Acting 9/1/2018 8/31/2019 $220,000.00 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben VP Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Vp Academic Affairs Vice President 8/31/2019 Palmer,Sandra S Ecp Acting 9/1/2018 *Base Sal $180,000.00 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 2 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Vice President and Above: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 2 16 of 18 Page

31 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 Queens College Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President Provost's Office Name Title Functional Title Comments Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 8/26/2019 Dean Dn Graduate Studies Burger,Glenn A Ecp Acting *Base Sal $170,000.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 1 17 of 18 Page

32 Chancellor ’s University Report Addendum Report October 2018 End of Report Page 18 of 18

33 1 October 29 , 201 8 2018 October – ADDENDUM Chancellor’s University Report MATTERS PERSONNEL PART B: PERSONNEL MATTERS TRANSFER AND APPOINTMENT OF FACULTY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF A. BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE – GENERAL COUNSELING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES: RESOLVED, that effective August 27, 2018 the following faculty member of the Department of General Counseling be transferred from the Department of General Counseling and appointed to the Department of Social Sciences: Name Date of CCE * Present Rank Former Dept. New Dept. Seniority Date (New Dept.) (Last, First) Certified Lecturer Bellabe, Cassandra Lecturer General Counseling Social Sciences 8/27/2018 9/1/2004 EXPLANATION: f the instructional staff will be Contingent upon approval by the Board of Trustees, the above named member o transferred from the Department of General Counseling to the Department of Social Sciences. * Pursuant to Section 6212 of the New York State Education Law, seniority of tenured persons is governed by the date of appointment to the department. Certificated lecturers transferred effective the same day to the Department of Social Sciences shall have the same date of seniority as a result of these transfers. The President, therefore, shall break these ties in seniority between and among the tenured members by using each member’s original date of award of the Certificate of Continuous Employment at the College. This impacted instructional staff member has been advised of her seniority date in the new department.

34 2 B. MEDGAR EVERS CO LLEGE – TRANSFER AND APPOINTMENT OF FACULTY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MULTICULTURAL EARLY CHILDHOOD AND ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. RESOLVED, that effective August 27, 2018 the following faculty member of the Department of English be tr ansferred from the Department of English and appointed to the Department of Multicultural Early Childhood and Elementary Education: PRESENT FULL TIME FORMER NEW DEPT. SENIORITY NAME (Last, First) RANK DATE (NEW APPOINTMENT DATE DEPT. DEPT.) (COLLEGE) * TENURED MEMBERS Liu, Keming Professor English Multicultural Early 2/1/1996 8/27/2018 Childhood and Elementary Education EXPLANATION: Pursuant to Section 6212 of the New York State Education Law, seniority of tenured persons is governed by the dat e of appointment to the department. Tenured persons transferred and appointed effective the same date to the Department of Multicultural Early Childhood and Elementary Education shall have the same date of seniority as a result of these esident, therefore, shall break these ties in seniority between and among the tenured members by using each transfers. The Pr member’s original date of appointment to his or her first full -time instructional staff title at the College. Each impacted instructional staff mem ber has been advised of his/her seniority date in the new department. C. MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE – TRANSFER AND APPOINTMENT OF FACULTY FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE. RESOLVED, that effective August 27, 2018 the following faculty member of the Department of Public Administration be transferred from the Department of Public Administration and appointed to the Department of Economics and Finance.

35 3 SENIORITY NAME PRESENT FULL TIME FORMER DEPT. NEW DEPT. DATE (NEW APPOINTMENT DATE (Last, First) RANK (COLLEGE) * DEPT.) UNTENURED MEMBERS Crump, Micah Professor Public Administration Economics and 1/27/2018 8/27/2018 Finance EXPLANATION: Pursuant to Section 6212 of the New York State Education Law, seniority of tenured persons is governed by the date of appointment to the department. Tenured persons transferred and appointed effective the same date to the Department of Economics and Finance shall have the same date of seniority as a result of these tr ansfers. The President, therefore, shall break these ties in seniority between and among the tenured members by using each member’s original date of appointment to his or her first full -time instructional staff title at the College. At such time as the u ntenured faculty member (s) may become tenured, his/her/their seniority would be governed by the date of appointment to the Economics and Finance department and the President will apply the same tie- breaking principle. mber has been advised of his/her seniority date in the new department. Each impacted instructional staff me D. NEW APPOINTMENT OF AN AFFILIATED PROFESSIONAL / AFFILIATED MEDICAL PROFESSORIAL TITLE The Board of Trustees approves of the following appointments in the titles:  X Affiliated Pro fessional  Affiliated Medical Professor  Affiliated Medical Associate Professor  Affiliated Medical Assistant Professor

36 4 TITLE COLLEGE OF NAME (LAST, FIRST) EFFECTIVE APPOINTMENT DATE OF APPOINTMENT Farquhar, Stephanie ch Director of Resear August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of and Evaluation, Center Public Health and Health for Health Equity, Policy DOHMH Senior Research Baquero, Maria August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Associate, Division of Public Health and H ealth Prevention and Policy Primary Care, DOHMH Belkin, Gary CUNY Graduate School of Executive Deputy August 31, 2018 Public Health and Health Commisioner of Mental Policy Hygiene, DOHMH EXPLANATION: AFFILIATED PROFESSIONAL: A person appointed as an affiliated professional is engaged in professional activities within the University but is not an employee of the University. An affiliated professional is not a vendor or an employee of any organization that otherwise provides goods or services to the University. AFFILIATED M EDICAL PROFESSOR TITLES: On November 25, 2013, the CUNY Board of Trustees approved a letter of intent regarding the creation of the Sophie Davis B.S./M.D. granting program at The City College of New York. The College has applied for accreditation by the Li aison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and, if granted preliminary accreditation, will offer an M.D. granting program in August 2016. In order for CUNY to meet the LCME requirement that clinical medical faculty have CUNY appointments, the University c reated three new Professorial titles. Individuals in these Affiliated Medical Professor titles will not receive compensation from or have employment status at CUNY.

37 5 E. REAPPOINTMENTS OF AN AFFILIATED PROFESSIONALS / AFFILIATED MEDICAL PROFESSORIAL TITLE e Board of Trustees approves of the following appointments in the titles: Th Affiliated Professional  Affiliated Medical Professor  Affiliated Medical Associate Professor   Affiliated Medical Assistant Professor EXPLANATION: EFFECTIVE DATE OF F TITLE NAME (LAST, COLLEGE O APPOINTMENT FIRST) APPOINTMENT Cohen, Louise, MPH Chief Executive Officer, Primary August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Care Development Corporation, (PCDC) Policy Director, Evaluation and Ford, Mary August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of mary Care Public Health and Health Analytics Pri Development Corporation, Policy (PCDC) Havusha, Avital Deputy Director, Public Health August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Programs Division, Primary Policy Care Development Corporation, (PCDC)

38 6 AFFILIATED PROFESSIONAL: A person appointed as an affiliated professional is engaged in professional activities within the University but is not vendor or an employee of any organization that an employee of the University. An affiliated professional is not a otherwise provides goods or services to the University. AFFILIATED MEDICAL PROFESSOR TITLES: On November 25, 2013, the CUNY Board of Trustees approved a letter of intent regarding the creation of the Davis B.S./M.D. granting program at The City College of New York. The College has applied for Sophie accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and, if granted preliminary accreditation, will In order for CUNY to meet the LCME requirement that clinical offer an M.D. granting program in August 2016. medical faculty have CUNY appointments, the University created three new Professorial titles. Individuals in these Affiliated Medical Professor titles will not receive compensation from or have employment status at CUNY. F. REAPPOINTMENTS OF AN AFFILIATED PROFESSIONALS / AFFILIATED MEDICAL PROFESSORIAL TITLE The Board of Trustees approves of the following appointments in the titles:  Affiliated Professional  Affiliated Medical Professor  Medical Associate Professor Affiliated  Affiliated Medical Assistant Professor TITLE COLLEGE OF NAME (LAST, FIRST) EFFECTIVE DATE OF APPOINTMENT APPOINTMENT CUNY Graduate School of Barbot, Oxiris Acting Commissioner, August 31, 2018 Public H ealth and Health DOHMH, Member of GSPHHP Advisory Council Policy

39 7 August 31, 2018 Assistant Commissioner, - Hermans Henry, Calaine CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Bureau of Public Training Policy and Information dissemination, DOHMH Research Dire August 31, 2018 McVeigh, Katherine CUNY Graduate School of ctor, Public Health and Health Division of Family and Child Health, DOHMH Policy Pickart, Francoise Director, Risk + Analytics, August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of alth Emergency Preparedness Public Health and He Policy and Response, DOHMH Prior, Debbie Program Analyst, Policy August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Planning and Strategic Data Use, DOHMH Policy CUNY Graduate School of August 31, 2018 Health & Safety and Rothschild, Nina Public Health and Health Emergency Preparedness Policy sion of Coordinator, Divi Disease Control, DOHMH - Schwartz, Policy Analyst, Office of August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Santamaria Rachel Public Health and Health Emergency Preparedness Policy and Response, DOHMH Schaeffer, Molly Policy Advisor, Deputy August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Commissioner’s Office, Public Health and Health Policy DOHMH Seoh, Hannah Director of Planning, August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Publi c Health and Health Center for Health Equity, Policy DOHMH

40 8 Velikov, Abigail August 31, 2018 Senior Director, Early CUNY Graduate School of Childhood Health & Public Health and Health Policy Development Unit, DOHMH Director of Surveillance, August 31, 2018 Weiss, Don CUNY Graduate School of ble Bureau of Communica Public Health and Health Policy Disease, DOHMH Implementation and August 31, 2018 Caban, Maria CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Improvement Scientist, DOHMH Policy Clark, Clara er, August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of NYC Program Manag National Violent Death Public Health and Health Reporting System, Policy DOHMH CUNY Graduate School of August 31, 2018 Elgendy, Suzanne Research Associate, DOHMH Public Health and Health Policy Farley, Shannon Director, Research & August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School of Evaluation, Bureau of Public Health and Health Policy Chronic Disease Prevention, DOHMH 1, 2018 August 3 CUNY Graduate School of Goldman, Eliot Research Scientist , Public Health and Health DOHMH Policy CUNY Graduate School of Jani, Pooja Senior Director of the August 31, 2018 Public Health and Health Mental Health Innovation Lab., DOHM Policy

41 9 f August 31, 2018 CUNY Graduate School o Jeanty, Yves Director of Data and Technology, Mental Health Public Health and Health Policy Innovation Lab, DOHM Senior Spatial Analyst, Johnson, Sarah CUNY Graduate School of August 31, 2018 Public Health and Health DOHMH Policy Library Manager, Bureau CUNY Graduate School of Palmer, Bischon August 31, 2018 of Public Health Training Public Health and Health and Information Policy mination, DOHMH Disse EXPLANATION: AFFILIATED PROFESSIONAL: A person appointed as an affiliated professional is engaged in professional activities within the University but is not an employee of the University. An affiliated professional is not a vendor or an employee of any organization that otherwise provides goods or services to the University. AFFILIATED MEDICAL PROFESSOR TITLES: On November 25, 2013, the CUNY Board of Trustees approve d a letter of intent regarding the creation of the Sophie Davis B.S./M.D. granting program at The City College of New York. The College has applied for accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) and, if granted preliminary accredita tion, will offer an M.D. granting program in August 2016. In order for CUNY to meet the LCME requirement that clinical medical faculty have CUNY appointments, the University created three new Professorial titles. Individuals in these Affiliated Medical Professor titles will not receive compensation from or have employment status at CUNY.

42 Baruch College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report Changes in Degree Programs Section AIII: .1 The following revisions are proposed for the BBA in BBA in Computer Information Systems (Computer AIII: 1 Information Systems Track) in the Zicklin School of Business BBA in Computer Information Systems (Computer Information Systems Track) Program : 21849 Program Code: 60006 MHC Program Code: HEGIS Code : 0702.00 Effective 2019 : Fall in BBA in Computer Information BBA BBA in BBA in Computer Information Systems (Computer Information Systems (Computer Information To: From: Systems Track) Systems Track) Course Description Crd Course Description Crd Required Courses 12 Required Courses 15 CIS 3100 I 3 CIS 2300 Programming and Computational Thinking 3 Object Oriented Programming Choose from CIS 3100, or Object Oriented Programming I , or >> CIS 3110, or >>>>> 3 >>>>> Object Oriented Programming with Java, † or Programming for Analytics CIS 3120 CIS 3400 Database Management I 3 CIS 3400 Database Management I 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 Information Technology Development Information Technology Development and 3 3 CIS5800 CIS 5800 Project Management and Project Management

43 Elective Courses (9 credits and at least 3 credits should Elective Courses (12 credits) Crd be from a course at the 4000 level) Crd >>>>> >> CIS 3100 Object Oriented Programming I 3 >>>>> >>>>> >> CIS 3110 Object Oriented Programming with J ava 3 >>>>> Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3120 Introduction to Semantic Technologies 3 CIS 3150 Introduction to Semantic Technologies 3 CIS 3150 CIS 3367 3 CIS 3367 Spreadsheet Applic ations in Business 3 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 CIS 3444 e-Business Technologies 3 CIS 3444 e-Business Technologies Networks and Telecommunications I 3 CIS 3500 Networks and Telecommunications I 3 CIS 3500 CIS 3550 3 CIS 3550 Cybersecurity 3 Cybersecurity CIS 3630 CIS 3630 f Web Design 3 Principles o Principles of Web Design 3 CIS 3700 Green IT 3 CIS 3700 Green IT 3 CIS 3710 3 CIS 3710 Foundations of Business Analytics 3 Foundations of Business Analytics Social Me Social Media Technologies in dia Technologies in 3 CIS 3750 3 CIS 3750 Organizations Organizations Usability, Privacy and Security 3 CIS 3770 CIS 3770 Usability, Privacy and Security 3 CIS 3920/ CIS/STA Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 3 Data Mining for Business Analytics STA 3920 3920 CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II 3 Object Oriented Programming II with CIS 4110 3 <<<<< <<<<< << Java Web Applications Development 3 CIS 4160 Web Applications Development 3 CIS 4160 CIS 4170/ CIS/STA 4170 3 STA Data Visualization 3 Data Visualization 4170 CIS 4350 Information Technology Audit 3 CIS 4350 Information Technology Audit 3 CIS 4400 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3 CIS 4400 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3

44 CIS 4500 3 CIS 4500 Networ ks and Telecommunications II 3 Networks and Telecommunications II Financial Information Technologies 3 CIS 4620 FinTech: Principles and Applications 3 CIS 4620 Special Topics in Computer Information Special Topics in Computer Information CIS 4093 3 3 CIS 4093 Systems (3 credits) Systems (3 credits) Quantitative Methods for Accounting* 3 OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accounting* OPR 3300 3 Quantitative Decision Making for Quantitative Decision Making for 3 3 OPR 3450 OPR 3450 Business I** Business I** >>>>> >> >>>>> Advanced Data Mining 3 STA 4920 * Students may not receive credit for both OPR 3450 and OPR 3300. ** Students receiving credit for MGT 3500 (Introduction to Management Science) will not receive credit for OPR 3450. † If you have used one of these programming courses (CIS CIS 3110, CIS 3120) as a required course, you may use the 3100, others as electives. Rationale: The new course CIS 2300 is added to this track. For a second programming course, students will have an option to choose between CIS 3100 and CIS 3120. The tw o-course sequence will ensure students will have stronger programming skills. STA 4920 is also added as an elective to the general CIS track so the students will have a wider choice of courses. in BBA in Computer Information Systems (Data AIII: 1.2 The following revisions are proposed for the BBA Analytics Track) in the Zicklin School of Business BBA in Computer Information Systems (Data Analytics Track) Program: Program Code: 21849 MHC Program Code: 60006 HEGIS Code : 0702.00 Effective 2019 : Fall BBA in Computer Information BBA in Computer Information To: From: Systems (Data Analytics Track) Systems (Data Analytics Track) Course Description Crd Course Description Crd Required Courses 12 Required Courses 15

45 Progra mming and Computational >>>>> >> CIS 2300 Thinking >>>>> 3 CIS 3120 3 CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics 3 Programming for Analytics Database Database Management I I 3 CIS 3400 3 CIS 3400 Management CIS 3920 / Data 3 CIS /STA 3920 3 Mining for Business Analytics Data Mining for Business Analytics STA 3920 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3 CIS 4400 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3 CIS 4400 Elective Courses 9 Elective Courses 12 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 3100 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 3100 Introduction to Semantic Technologies 3 CIS 3150 Introduction to Semantic Technologies 3 CIS 3150 CIS 3710 Foundations of Business Analytics 3 CIS 3710 Foundations of Business Analytics 3 >>>>> >>>>> >> CIS 4093 Special Topics in CIS (with permission) 3 CIS 4170 / CIS/STA Data Visualization 3 4170 3 Data Visualization STA 4170 Business Statistics II 3 STA 3154 3 STA 3154 Business Statistics II Regression and Forecasting Models Regression and Forecasting Models for 3 3 STA 3155 STA 3155 for Business Applications Business Applications STA 4920 >>>>> >>>>> Advanced Data Mining 3 >> Quantitative Decision Making for Quantitative Decision Making for 3 OPR 3450 OPR 3450 3 Business I * Business I Quant Quantitative Decision Making for itative Decision Making for OPR 3451 OPR 3451 3 3 Business II Business II Marketing Web Analytics and Marketing Web Analytics and 3 MKT 4123 3 MKT 4123 Intelligence Intelligence Marketing Analytics MKT 4561 MKT 4561 Marketing Analytics 3 3 * Students receiving cr edit for MGT 3500 (Introduction to >>>>> >>>>> >> Management Science) will not receive credit for OPR 3450.

46 The new course CIS 2300 is added to this track. CIS 4093 and STA 4920 are also added as electives to the Rationale: s will have a wider choice of courses. Also, the qualification for OPR 3450, which general Data Analytics track so the student already exists in the general course catalog, is reproduced here to eliminate possible confusion by students. AIII: 1.3 The following revisions are proposed for the BBA i n Computer Information Systems (Information Risk Management and Cybersecurity Track in the Zicklin School of Business BBA in Computer Information Systems (Information Risk Management and Cybersecurity Track) Program: Program Code: 21849 60006 MHC Program Code: HEGIS Code : 0702.00 2019 Effective : Fall BBA in Computer Information BBA in Computer Information Systems (Information Risk Systems (Information Risk From: To: Management and Cybersecurity Management and Cybersecurity Track) Track) se Description Crd Course Description Crd Cour 15 credits 15 Required Courses – 15 credits 15 Required Courses - Programming and Computational Object Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 2300 CIS 3100 Thinking 3 CIS 3400 Database Management Systems I 3 CIS 3400 Data base Management Systems I 3 Networks and Telecommunications I 3 CIS 3500 Networks and Telecommunications I 3 CIS 3500 CIS 3550 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 3550 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 4350 3 CIS 4350 Information Technology Audit Information Technology Audit 3 credits 6 9 credits and at least Elective Courses – ( Elective Courses (9 credits) Crd Crd the CIS courses ) must be from

47 >>>>> >> CIS 3100 Object Oriented Programming I 3 >>>>> ogramming with Object Oriented Programming II with Object Oriented Pr CIS 3110 3 3 CIS 4110 Java Java Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3120 Social Media Technologies in Social Media Technologies in CIS 3750 3 CIS 3750 3 Organizations Organizations Usability, Privacy and Security 3 CIS 37 70 Usability, Privacy and Security 3 CIS 3770 CIS 3920 / >> >>>>> STA 3920 >>>>> Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 Special Topics (with a in CIS >>>>> >> CIS 4093 departmental permission) 3 >>>>> CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II 3 CIS 4100 Object Ori ented Programming II 3 CIS 4160 3 CIS 4160 Web Applications Development 3 Web Applications Development 3 CIS 4500 Networks and Telecommunications II 3 CIS 4500 Networks and Telecommunications II Financial Information Technologies 3 CIS 4620 Fin Tech: Principles and Applications 3 CIS 4620 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 >>>>> >>>>> >> LAW 3108 Law and the Internet * 3 Financial Regulation of Emerging Technologies >> LAW 3250 >>>>> * >>>>> 3 Corporate Compliance, Governance >>>>> >> LAW 3350 3 & Whistleblowing * >>>>> * Only one LAW course can be included as an elective. Rationale: The new course CIS 2300 is added to this track. CIS 3920, CIS 4093, STA 3920, STA 4920, LAW 3108, LAW 3250, and LAW 3 350 are also added as electives to the Cybersecurity Track so the students will have a wider choice of courses. Adding CIS 3920 / STA 3920 will allow students to broaden their skill set, especially since a forensic analysis aft er a cyberattack requires analytical skills to search the network logs for evidence of how the attack took place. Adding CIS

48 4093 is useful because a developmental new course would be useful for this track, given the rapid change of cybersecurity technologies and issues. On the adv ice of the Cybersecurity Advisory Board, cybersecurity professionals must be adept at understanding policies, regulations, and the associated compliance procedures. The Law Department currently offers a number of courses that are directly related to cyber law (LAW 3108), or have a heavy component related to compliance (LAW 3250, LAW 3350). These regulations are distinct from the auditing procedures included in CIS 4350 (IT Auditing). Students may select only one of these law courses. The follow ing revisions are proposed for minor in Computer Applications in Business in the Zicklin School AIII: 2.1 of Business Minor in Computer Application in Minor in Co mputer Application in From: To: Business Business Description Crd Course Crd Course Description Choose any three of the following (All Prerequisites Choose any three of the following (All Prerequisites 9 must be satisfied): 9 credits must be satisfied): 9 credits Programming and Computational >> CIS 2300 Thinking >>>>> 3 >>>>> Object Or iented Programming I 3 CIS 3100 Object Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 3100 Object Oriented Programming II with >>>>> >> >>>>> 3 CIS 3110 Java CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 3367 3 CIS 3367 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 CIS 3400 Database Management I 3 CIS 3400 Database Management I e-Business Technologies 3 CIS 3444 CIS 3444 e-Business Technologies 3 CIS 3500 Networks and Telecommunications I 3 Networks and Telecommunications I 3 CIS 3500 CIS 3550 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 3550 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 3630 3 CIS 3630 Principles of Web Design 3 Principles of Web Design CIS 3700 Green IT 3 CIS 3700 Green IT 3 CIS 3710 Foundations of Business Analytics 3 CIS 3710 Foundations of Business Analytics 3 Social Media Technologies in Social Media Technologies in CIS 3750 CIS 3750 3 3 Organizations Organizations

49 CIS 3770 3 CIS 3770 Usability, Privacy and Security 3 Usability, Privacy and Security CIS/STA CIS 3920 / 3 Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 Data Mining for Business Analytics 3920 STA 3920 Object Oriented Programming II 3 CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II 3 CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II with CIS 4110 3 <<<<< <<<<< << Java Web Applications Develop ment 3 CIS 4160 Web Applications Development 3 CIS 4160 CIS/STA CIS 4170/ 3 Data Visualization 3 Data Visualization STA 4170 4170 Information Technology Audit 3 CIS 4350 Information Technology Audit 3 CIS 4350 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3 CIS 4400 Data Warehousing for Analytics 3 CIS 4400 3 3 CIS 4500 Networks and Telecommunications II Networks and Telecommunications II CIS 4500 Expert (Knowledge - Based) Systems Based) Systems Expert (Knowledge - 3 CIS 4610 CIS 4610 3 and Related Technol and Related Technologies ogies 3 CIS 4620 FinTech: Principles and Applications 3 CIS 4620 Financial Information Technologies Operating Systems Concepts 3 CIS 4650 Operating Systems Concepts 3 CIS 4650 Special Topics in Computer Information Special Topics in Computer Information 3 CIS 4093 3 CIS 4 093 Systems (3 credits) Systems (3 credits) CIS 4800 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 Systems Analysis and Design OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accountancy* 3 OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accountancy* 3 Quantitative Decision Making for ntitative Decision Making for Qua 3 OPR 3450 3 OPR 3450 Business* Business* *Students may not receive credit for both OPR 3450 and OPR 3300. * Students receiving credit for MGT 3500 (Introduction to Management Science) will not receive credit for OPR 3450. The new course CIS 2300 will be a prerequisite for most of the programming courses. Adding it here will allow Rationale: students to take these higher -level programming courses. AIII: 3.1 The following revisions are proposed for minor in Data Analytics in Business in the Zicklin School of Business

50 From To Minor in Data Analytics Minor in Data Analytics Course Crd Course Description Crd Description Required Courses (6 Credits) Required Courses (6 Credits) Programming and Computational mming for Analytics CIS 3120 CIS 2300 Thinking Progra 3 3 CIS 3920/ CIS/STA 3 STA 3920 Data Mining for Business Analytics Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 3920 Elective Courses (3 Credits) Elective Courses (3 Credits) >>>>> >> CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics >>>>> 3 3 3 CIS 3400 Database Management I CIS 3400 Database Management I 3 CIS 4170/ CIS/STA Data Visualization STA 4170 3 Data Visualization 4170 3 3 CIS 4400 CIS 4400 nalytics Data Warehousing for Analytics Data Warehousing for A 3 3 STA 3154 Business Statistics II STA 3154 Business Statistics II Regression and Forecasting Models for Regression and Forecasting Models for 3 3 STA 3155 STA 3155 Business Applications Business Applications Marketing Web Analytics 3 Marketing Web Analytics and and MKT 4123 3 MKT 4123 Intelligence Intelligence 3 MKT 4561 Marketing Analytics 3 MKT 4561 Marketing Analytics 3 3 MGT 3500* Management Science MGT 3500* Management Science Quantitative Decision Making for 3 Quantitative Decision Making for OPR 3450* 3 OPR 3450* Business I Business I * Students receiving credit for MGT 3500 (Introduction to Management Science) will not receive credit for OPR 3450. Rationale: The new course CIS 2300 will be a prerequisite for most of the program ming courses. Adding it here will allow students to take these higher -level programming courses .

51 AIII:4.1 business The following revisions are proposed for Technology, Business and the Internet minor for non- majors Minor in Technology, Busines s and the Minor in Technology, Business and the To - I nternet for non business major From business major - internet minor for non Description Crd Course Description Course Crd Choose any three of the following (All Prerequisites Choose any three of the following (All Prerequisites must be satisfied): 9 cre must be satisfied): 9 credits dits Programming and Computational >>>>> >>>>> >> CIS 2300 Thinking 3 CIS 3100 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 3100 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 3367 3 CIS 3367 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 Spreadsheet Applications in Business 3 CIS 3400 CIS 3400 Database Management Systems I 3 Database Management Systems I CIS 3444 E-Business Technologies 3 CIS 3444 E-Business Technologies 3 CIS 3630 Principles of Web Design 3 CIS 3630 Principles of Web Design 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CIS 4800 Systems Analysis and Design 3 LAW 3108 Law and the Computer 3 LAW 3108 Law and the Internet 3 3 MKT 4555 3 MKT 4555 Internet Marketing Internet Marketing Rationale: The new course CIS 2300 will be a prerequisite for most of the programming courses. Adding it here will allow students to take these higher -level programming courses.

52 The following recommendations of the committee on Undergraduate Curri culum were approved at the Zicklin School of Business faculty Meeting on May 10, 2018 effective Fall 2019 semester pending approval of the Broad of Trustees. Section AIV: New Course AIV:1. CUNYfirst Course ID Paul H. Chook Department of Department(s) Information Systems and Statistics [ X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [ X] Regular Academic Level [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area CIS Course Prefix CIS Course Number 2300 Course Title Programming and Computational Thinking Catalogue , irrespective of the discipline, for whom everyone Computational thin king is a fundamental skill for the focus is on solving problems . The goal of this course is to equip students with the basic ability to Description use computational principles such as abstraction, decomposition, and divide and conquer. The course will introduce students to basic programming constructs (such as control statements) and ples. This course is intended for data structures to facilitate learning of these computational princi background. students with little or no computing Note: Students cannot get credit for both CIS 2300 and MTH 3300 (Algorithms, Computers, and Programming I) . CIS majors will be required to take an additional CIS course if receiving credit for MTH 3300 to satisfy 24 - credit requirement for the CIS major. Pre / Co Requisites Pre - or co - requisite CIS 2200 3 Credits Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors,

53 etc) ourse C ___ x _ Major Applicability - College Option Flexible ___ Gen Ed ___ Gen Ed - ____ Gen Ed Required ____ E nglish Composition ___ World Cultures ____ Mathematics __ _ US Experience in its Diversity College Option Detail ______________________________ ____ Science ___ Creative Expression Individual and Society ___ ___ Scientific World Fall 2019 (With some pilot sections offered in Spring 2019.) Effective Term This new course is introduced and designed out of concerns that be fore the students start programming, they Rationale: need to have a better grasp of the fundamental principles and concepts of problem formulation and problem solving. The course will be offered twice every year in fall and spring. It will be a required course for all 3 tracks of the CIS major (the general track, the data analytics track, and the cybersecurity track). It is expected to enroll approximately 200 students per year. The department plans to pilot this new course in Spring 2019. This is to prepare the students for the degree changes that will be effective in Fall 2019. Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses Change in course and course description to be offered in the Paul H. Chook Department of AV:1 prerequisites Information Systems & Statistics YFirst Course CUN ID 090595 FROM TO Department Paul H. Chook Department of Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Information Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics CIS 3100 Object - Oriented Programming I Course CIS 3100 Object - Orient ed Programming I Course Pre - CIS 2200 or equivalent, No ZICK or ZKTP Pre requisite - requisite CIS 2300 or equivalent , No ZICK or ZKTP code required code required Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits 3 Description Description This course emphasizes an object - - rse emphasizes an object This cou h to solving computer oriented approac oriented approach to solving computer programming problems. Using these programming problems. Using these

54 techniques leads to shorter system techniques leads to shorter system development life cycles, increased development life cycles, increased programmer productivity, code reusability, programmer productivity, code reusability, and reduced system maintenance costs. and reduced system maintenance costs. This course provides a thorough, practical This course provides a thorough, practical knowledge of object knowledge of object -oriented -oriented programming methods. Students learn programming methods. Students learn the principles underlying programming the principles underlying programming using a language such as C++. using a language such as C++. semester This is the first part of a two- This is the first part of a two- semester sequence. No prior knowledge of sequence. No prior knowledge of ramming is required. computer programming is required. computer prog Note: Students cannot get credit for both (Algorithms, CIS 3100 and MTH 4300 Computers, and Programming II) . CIS majors will be required to take an additional CIS course if receiving credit credit for MTH 4300 to satisfy 24- requirement for the CIS major. Requirement Business Requirement Business Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intens ive, Intensive, Honors, Honors, etc) etc) Course Course __x__ Major Applicability __x__ Major Applicability ____ Gen Ed Required ____Gen Ed Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___Gen Ed Flexible ___ Gen Ed Fle xible

55 ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____Gen Ed – College Option College Option Detail Effective Term Fall 2019 The new prerequisite course CIS Rationale: 2300 will focus on the basics of problem formulation, problem solving, and programming. Thus, CIS 2300 will be a more suitable prerequisite for CIS 3100, which covers object -oriented programming. Changes course prerequisites and course descripti on 1.2 AV: to be offered in the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics CUNYFirst Course ID 130262 FROM TO Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Paul H. Chook Department of Information Departments Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics Course Course CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics CIS 3120 Programming for Analytics , - CIS 2200, No ZICK or ZKTP code No ZICK or ZKTP Pre Pre requisite CIS 2300 or equivalent requisite - code required required Hours Hours 3 3 Credits 3 Cred its 3 Description This course introduces the aspects of Description This course introduces the aspects of programming that can support business programming that can support business analyti -on The course covers hands cs. The course introduces students analytics. issues in programming for analytics which to programming (using a language such include accessing data, creating as python) and its uses in business informative data graphics, writing analytics. -on The course covers hands functions, debugging, and organizing and in programming for analytics which issues commenting code. include accessing data, creating informative data graphics, writing

56 functions, debugging, and organizing and commenting code. Requirement Requirement Business Business Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, Intensive, Honors, etc) Honors, etc) Course Course Applicability __x__ Major __x__ Major Applicability ____ Gen Ed Required ____Gen Ed Required ___ _ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___Gen Ed Flexible ___ Gen Ed Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experienc e in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ___ Scientific World __Gen Ed – College Option ___ College Option Detail Effectiv e Term Fall 2019 Rationale: The new prerequisite course CIS 2300 will focus on the basics of problem formulation, problem solving, and pro gramming. Thus CIS 2300 will be a more suitable prerequisite for CIS 3120, which covers data analytics and object - oriented programming.

57 .3 Change in course number, course prerequisites, course title, course description to be offered in the Paul H AV:1 . Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics CUNYFirst Course ID 109074 TO FROM Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Paul H. Chook Department of Information Departments Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics CIS 4110 Object - Course Oriented Programming Course CIS 3110 Object - Oriented Programming with Java II with Java requisite CIS 3100 Pre - Pre CIS 2300 or equivalent - requisite Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits 3 Description - course This course covers advanced Description This is the second course in a two programming constructs needed to sequence in object -oriented implement object hierarchies. Topics programming. This course covers advanced programming constructs include classes, objects, inheritance, needed to implement object hierarchies. , sorting, data polymorphism, searching Topics include classes, objects, structures, file, streams, and exception inheritance, polymorphism, searching, handling. Students will be required to sorting, data structures, file, streams, and write several programs using these exception handling. Students will be concepts. required to write several programs using Note: Students may not get credit for both these concepts. CIS 4110 and CIS 3110. Requirement Business Requirement Business esignation Designation D Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, etc) Honors, etc)

58 Course Course __x__ Major Applicability __x__ Major Applicability ____Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Gen Ed Flexible ___Gen Ed Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific ___ Scientific World World _____Gen Ed – College Option College Option Detail Effective Term Fall 2019 Rationale: CIS 4110 is an introductory course on programming in Java and requires that students are familiar wi th logical problem solving and basic programming concepts, which were covered in CIS 3100 (a C++ programming course). However, their coverage has now been moved to the new course ( CIS 2300), which will focus on the basics of problem formulation, problem solving, and programming. With CIS 2300 as its new and only prerequisite, CIS 4110 should be renumbered as CIS 3110.

59 AV:1 .4 Change in course prerequisites to be offered in the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics CUNYFirst Course 090624 ID TO FROM Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Paul H. Chook Department of Information Departments Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics CIS 4160 Web Applications Development Course CIS 4160 Web Applications Developmen t Course - requisite CIS 3100 or equivalent and CIS 3400 Pre - requisite [ CIS 2300 or CIS 3100 or CIS 3120 or Pre ] and CIS 3400 equivalent 3 3 Hours Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits This course is an introduction to N - Tiered Description Tiered - This course is an introduction to N Description , pment with HTML, CSS, Web Develo Web Development with HTML, CSS -Oriented JavaScript, and Object JavaScript, and Object -Oriented Programming. By the end of this course, Programming. By the end of this course, the student should be able to design Web the student should be able to design Web pages with HTML and CSS, handle client pages with HTML and CSS, handle client error checking using JavaScript on Web error checking using JavaScript on Web sites, apply OO concepts (i.e. sites, apply OO concepts (i.e. n, inheritance, and encapsulatio encapsulation, inheritance, and tier polymorphism) to implement middle- tier polymorphism) to implement middle- and data access classes and build and data access classes and build database driven applications using SQL. database driven applications using SQL. Students are expected to complete Students are expected to complete several assignments to build the skill set. several assignments to build the skill set. Requirement Business Requirement Business Designation Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc) etc) Course Course

60 Applicability __x__ Major __x__ Major Applicability ____Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Gen Ed Flexible ___Gen Ed Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society c World ___ Scientific World ___ Scientifi _____Gen Ed – College Option College Option Detail Effective Term Fall 2 019 Rationale: With the introduction of a new basic course in programming (CIS 2300) we need to update the prereq uisite structure of this course. Under this proposal both CIS 2300 and CIS 3120 can satisfy one component of the prerequisite. The other two prerequisites – CIS 3100 and CIS 3400 – remain unchanged to accommodate the students who may have already taken C IS 3100 at Baruch College, until the transition to the new course structure is fully phased in.

61 AV: Change in course prerequisites to be offered in the Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & 1.5 Statistics CUNYFirst Course ID 090643 FROM TO Paul H. Chook Department of Information Departments Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics CIS 4620 Financial Information FinTech: Principles and Course Course CIS 4620 Applications Technologies CIS 3100 or CIS 3120 or - CIS 3100 and CIS 3400 Pre - requisite [ CIS 2300 Pre requisite or equivalent ] and CIS 3400 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits 3 Credits 3 The purpose of this course is to provide Description The purpose of this course is to provide Description students with an understanding of, and students with an understanding of, and practical experience with the information th the information practical experience wi technologies employed by financial technologies employed by financial services firms that focus on capital services firms that focus on capital markets. Topics covered include markets. Topics covered include information systems for trade order information systems for trade order management, order routing, order management, order routing, order matching, algorithmic trading, clearing matching, algorithmic trading, clearing , risk management, and and settlement, risk management, and and settlement market data. Students will develop market data. Students will develop - software that interacts with industry software that interacts with industry - leading commercial financial data leading commercial financial data providers. providers. Requirement Requirement Business Business Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Ye s [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, etc) Honors, etc)

62 Course Course __x__ Major __x__ Major Applicability Applicability ____Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___Gen Ed Flex ___ Gen Ed Flexible ible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ___ Scientific World College Option _____Gen Ed – College Option Detail Effective Term Fall 2019 With the introduction of a new basic course in programming (CIS 2300) we need to update the prerequisite Rationale: structure of this course. Under this proposal both CIS 2300 and CIS 3120 can satisfy one component of the prerequisite. The other two prerequisites – CIS 3100, and CIS 3400 – remain unchanged to accommodate the students who may have already taken CIS 3100 at Baruch College, until the transition to the new course structure is f ully phased in. The course title is being updated to better reflect the scope and aim of the course, using the term most readily associated with a course in financial IT (FinTech) in the workplace.

63 AV:1 .6 Change in course prerequisites to be offered in t he Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics CUNYFirst Course 090648 ID FROM TO Paul H. Chook Department of Information Department Departments Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics Systems & Statistics CIS CIS Systems Analysis and Design Course 4800 4800 Systems Analysis and Design Course - requisite CIS 3100 and CIS 3400 Pre - requisite [ CIS 2300 or CIS 3100 or CIS 3120 or Pre ] and CIS 3400 equivalent 3 3 Hours Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits Description urse introduces students to the This course in Description This co troduces students to the theory and concepts underlying the theory and concepts underlying the development of building management development of building management information systems. Students do information systems. Students do feasibility analysis; application analysis, feasibility analysis; application analysis, including modeling of processes, data, including modeling of processes, data, and constraints; and transformation of and constraints; and transformation of analysis results into a design for a analys is results into a design for a specific hardware/software environment, specific hardware/software environment, including program specifications and test including program specifications and test design. The course includes many design. The course includes many practical exercises using a computer practical exercises using a computer - - aided software engineering (CASE) tool. aided software engineering (CASE) tool. Requirement Business Requirement Business Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc) etc) Course Course __x__ Major __x__ Major Applicability Applicability ____ Gen Ed Required ____Gen Ed Required

64 ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Gen Ed Flexible ___Gen Ed Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____Gen Ed – College Option College Option Detail Effective Term Fall 2019 Rationale : With the introduction of a new basic course (CIS 2300) we need to update the prerequis ite structure of this course. Under this proposal both CIS 2300 and CIS 3120 can satisfy one component of the prerequisite. The other two prerequisites – CIS 3100, and CIS 3400 – remain unchanged to accommodate the students who may have already taken CIS 3100 at Baruch College, until the transition to the new course structure is fully phased in.

65 PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS AIII: 1.1 The following revisions are proposed for the MS in Accountancy in the Zicklin School of Business y (CPA Program) MS in Accountanc Program: HEGIS Code: 0502.00 19218 Program Code: Effective: Fall 2019 From: MS in Accountancy (CPA Program) To: MS in Accountancy (CPA Program) Description Crs Course Description Crs Course Preliminary Cou rses (subject to waiver) Preliminary Courses (subject to waiver) English language modules in American English English language modules in American English Pronunciation and Grammar Troubleshooting offered by Pronunciation and Grammar Troubleshooting offered by the Division of Continuing and Professional Studies are the Division of Continuing and Professional Studies are native English speakers, and may be required for non- required for non- native English speakers, and may be waived based on a waiver exam. waived based on a waiver exam. l Business Requirements (36 credits) General Business Requirements (36 credits) Genera Students with appropriate background will be able to Students with appr opriate background will be able to reduce the number of required credits in general business reduce the number of required credits in general business requirements, with the exception of BUS 9557. requirements, with the exception of BUS 9557. BUS 9557 BUS 9557 3 Managerial Skills for Accountancy Managerial Skills for Ac countancy 3 Professionals (not subject to waiver) Professionals (not subject to waiver) CIS 9001 1.5 CIS 9000 Information Technology Strategy 3 Information Systems for Managers I ECO 9730 1.5 ECO 9730 Fundamentals of Microeconomics Firms in the Global Economy 1.5 ECO 9740 Fundamentals of Ma croeconomics 1.5 ECO 9740 Fundamentals of Macroeconomics 1.5 FIN 9770 Financial Decision Making 3 FIN 9770 Corporate Finance 3 LAW 9800 Business Contracts and Law of 4 LAW 9800 Intensive Survey of Business 4

66 Corporation Contracts and Law of Corporations Management: A Behavioral Approach 3 MGT 9301 Managing People and Organizations 3 MGT 9300 Marketing Management MKT 9703 Marketing Management 3 3 MKT 9703 Applied Statistical Analysis for STA 9708 3 STA 9708 Managerial Statistics 3 Business Decisions Additional advanced business (Zicklin) courses in 12.5 Ad 11 ditional advanced business (Zicklin) courses in areas other than accounting and taxation. areas other than accounting and taxation. CPA Accounting and Taxation Requirements CPA Accounting and Taxation Requirements (34 credits) (34 credits) Communication for Accounting BUS 9556 0 Managers (subject to waiver) ACC 9112 3 ACC 9112 Financial Accounting: Intensive 3 Financial Accounting: Intensive ACC 9804 ncial Accounting 4 ACC 9804 Intermediate Financial Accounting 4 Intermediate Fina ACC 9805 Advanced Financial Accounting 4 Advanced Financial Accounting 4 ACC 9805 ACC 9811 Managerial Accounting Theory and 4 4 ACC 9811 Managerial Accounting Theory and Practice Practice Auditing 4 ACC 9821 4 ACC 9821 Auditing Federal Income Taxation: Theory and 3 3 TAX 9861* Federal Income Taxation: Theory and TAX 9861* Practice Practice 3 3 TAX 9878* TAX 9878* Taxation of Business Entities Taxation of Business Entities At least two el ectives to be selected from the At least two electives to be selected from the following: following: ACC 9810 Current Topics in Financial 3 3 ACC 9810 Current Topics in Financial Accounting Accounting 3 3 ACC 9806 ACC 9806 Financial Statement Analysis and Financial Statement Analysis and Reporting Reporting ACC 9815 Advanced Managerial Accounting 3 ACC 9815 Advanced Managerial Accounting 3 ACC 9993** Special Topics in Accounting 3 ACC 9993** Special Topics in Accounting 3 To achieve the minimum of 30 credits required to earn the After application of waivers, students may choose any MS in accountancy, students with baccalaureate degrees Zicklin graduate electives to complete the degree credit in accountancy who have taken equivalent courses to requirem ents of the MSA. This does not include courses on the list of general business requirements that have been those listed above and earned a grade of B or better may

67 choose electives from among any Zicklin graduate courses waived. hich the prerequisites have been met. (This does not for w include curses on the list of general business requirements that have been waived.) *Students may substitute TAX 9863 for TAX 9861 and TAX *Students may substitute TAX 986 3 for TAX 9861 and TAX 9866 for TAX 9878 with permission of the department. 9866 for TAX 9878 with permission of the department. **May take more than once with different topics; topics may nt topics; topics may **May take more than once with differe include: forensic accounting, advanced accounting, cases include: forensic accounting, advanced accounting, cases in business/accounting. in business/accounting. Rationale: Changes to courses CIS 9001 (number, name, number of credits), ECO 9730 (name), FIN 9770 (name), LAW 9800 (name), MGT 9300 (number, name), S TA 9708 (name), and number of credits assigned to “Additional advanced business (Zicklin) courses in areas other than accounting and taxation” have already been changed for the MBA and are now being updated for the MS to recognize those changes and be alig ned with the MBA courses. Class BUS 9556 has been replaced by BUS 9557.

68 AIII: 2.1 The following revisions are proposed for the MS in Marketing in the Zicklin School of Business Program: M.S. in Marketing, Analytics Track HEGIS Code: 0509.00 de: 79231 Program Co Effective: Spring 2019 From: MS in Marketing, Analytics track To: MS in Marketing, Analytics track English Proficiency Requirements if applicable English Proficiency Requirements if applicable Students who completed their undergraduate Students who completed their undergraduate educa tion in a non- English speaking country will be required to take non- education in a non- English speaking country will be credit bearing modules in Grammar Troubleshooting and required to take non- es in credit bearing modul American English Pronunciation offered by the Division of Grammar Troubleshooting and American English Pronunciation offered by the Division of Continuing Continuing and Professional Studies. These modules may be waived based on a and Professional Studies. These modules may be waiver exam. The modules are not waived based on a waiver exam. The modules are -year degree in required for students who completed a four -year not required for students who completed a four an English speaking country. degree in an English speaking country. Course Crs Course Description Description Crs Courses in Specialization (total credits) Courses in Specialization (total credits) Required Courses (12 credits) Required Courses (12 credits) h 3 MKT 9702 Marketing Research MKT 9702 Marketing Researc MKT 9703 3 Marketing Management Marketing Management MKT 9703 MKT 9716 Consumer Behavior 3 MKT 9716 Consumer Behavior MKT 9759 MKT 9759 1.5 Marketing Consulting Practicum Marketing Consulting Practicum BUS 9551 Business Communication I 1.5 BUS 9551 Business Communication I Elective Courses (15 credits) Elective Courses (15 credits) Choose 9 credits from the list below Choose 9 credits from the list below

69 MKT 9XXX Marketing Analytics with Big Data 3 Media Planning in the Digital World MKT 9728 Media Planning in the Digital World 3 3 MKT 9728 Web Analytics and Intelligence 3 MKT 9738 Web Analytics and Intelligence MKT 9 3 738 - driven Marketing Strategy 3 MKT 9740 Data Data - driven Marketing Strategy 3 MKT 9740 Digital Marketing 3 MKT 9780 Digital Marketing MKT 9780 3 MKT 9782 Search Engine Marketing 1.5 MKT 9782 Search Engine Marketing 1.5 Social Media Marketing 1.5 MKT 9783 1.5 MKT 9783 Social Media Marketing Digital Marketing Strategy 3 MKT 9785 MKT 9785 Digital Marketing Strategy 3 MKT 9796 Special Topics in Marketing Analytics 1.5 Special Topics in Marketing Analytics 1.5 MKT 9796 MKT 9797 Special Topics in Marketing Analytics 3 MKT 9797 Special Topics in Marketing Analytics 3 STA 9661 Multivariate Statistics for Business 3 3 STA 9661 Multivariate Statistics for Business Analytics** ics** Analyt - level course in the Choose up to 6 credits from any 9000 level course in the - Choose up to 6 credits from any 9000 Department of Marketing and International Business. Department of Marketing and International Business. Students can also choose from the following: Students can also choose f rom the following: CIS 9467 h CIS 9467 3 Business Modeling wit Business Modeling with 3 Spreadsheets Spreadsheets STA 3 Data Mining for Business Analytics** Data Mining for Business Analytics** 3 STA 9660 / CIS 9660 / CIS 9660 9660 Applied Regression Analysis** STA 9700 STA 9700 Applied Regression Analysis** 3 3 STA 9705 Multivariate Statistical Methods*** 3 STA 9705 Multivariate Statistical Methods*** 3 3 STA Software Tools for Data Analysis** 3 STA r Data Analysis** Software Tools fo 9750/OPR 9750/OPR 9750 9750 Rationale: Marketing Analytics with Big Data has been added as a new elective. Marketing data is evolving. Increasing number of organizations are using the power of Data to create marketing strategies in order to give the cons umers an

70 individualized experience. Through Use cases, and Data Analysis, this course aims at teaching students, skills to use for as different roles within the Marketing Analytics function across different industries. The course will be offered each semester an elective in the Marketing Analytics Major. It has been offered as a special topics course during recent semesters and has attracted students. This course was previously offered as a Special Topics course. Students cannot re- take the course for credit if they have taken the Special Topics course with same/similar title.

71 AIII: 3.1 The following revisions are proposed for the MS in Information Systems in the Zicklin School of Business Program: MS in Information Systems HEGIS Code: 0701.00 Program Code: 79233 Effective: Fall 2019 To: MS in Information Systems From: MS in Information Systems Description Crs Course Description Crs Course Total Credits Needed for Degree: 31.5 Total Credits Needed for Degree: 31.5 credits) Required (13.5 credits) Required (13.5 Business Communication I BUS 9551 BUS 9551 Business Communication I 1.5 1.5 CIS 9000 * Information Technology Strategy 3 CIS 9000 * Information Technology Strategy 3 CIS 9340 Principles of Database Management 3 CIS 9340 Principles of Dat abase Management 3 Systems Systems Systems Analysis and Design 3 CIS 9490 CIS 9490 Systems Analysis and Design 3 CIS 9590 Information Systems Development 3 CIS 9590 ** Information Systems Development 3 Electives (18 credits ) Electives (18 credits) 18 credits from the list CIS Electives: Choose 12 – CIS Electives: Choose 12- 18 credits from the list below. below. If you plan to specialize in one of the concentrations (Data Analytics or Cybersecurity and Information Assurance), please ensure that yo u take the appropriate electives specific to those tracks.

72 BUS 3 Graduate Internship I, II, III (in IS) 3 BUS Graduate Internship I, II, III (in IS) 9801, 9802, 9801, 9802, 9803 9803 CIS 9230 Globalization and Technology 3 CIS 9230 Globalization and Tech nology 3 CIS 9240 3 CIS 9240 Sustainability and IT Sustainability and IT 3 CIS 9310 - Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 9310 Object - Oriented Programming I 3 Object

73 CIS 9350 Networks and Telecommunications 3 CIS 9350 Networks and Telecommunications 3 5 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 9355 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 935 Social Technology and Business 3 CIS 9375 3 CIS 9375 Social Technology and Business Object -Oriented Programming II 3 CIS 9410 Object -Oriented Programming II 3 CIS 9410 CIS 9440 3 CIS 9440 Data Warehousing and Analytics 3 Data Warehousing and Analytics e-Business Principles and 3 CIS 9444 CIS 9444 e-Business Principles and 3 Technologies Technologies Digital Media Management 3 CIS 9445 CIS 9445 Digital Media Management 3 CIS 9467 Business Modeling with Spreads heets 3 CIS 9467 Business Modeling with 3 Spreadsheets IT Project Management 3 CIS 9480 3 IT Project Management CIS 9480 3 Emerging Trends in Information CIS 9550 Technologies CIS 9555 3 CIS 9555 Information Technology in Financial Informatio n Technology in Financial 3 Markets Markets CIS 9556 Risk Management Systems 3 CIS 9556 Risk Management Systems 3 CIS 9557 3 CIS 9557 Business Analytics Business Analytics 3 CIS 9650 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 9650 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 9655 Dat a Visualization 3 CIS 9655 Data Visualization 3

74 CIS/STA 9660 Data Mining for Business Analytics CIS/STA 9660 Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 3 Integrating Information Technology 3 CIS 9700 CIS 9700 Integrating Information 3 nology and Business and Business Processes Tech Processes Special Topics in Information CIS 9791 1.5 CIS 9791 Special Topics in Information 1.5 Technologies Technologies 3 Special Topics in Information on Special Topics in Informati CIS 9793 CIS 9793 3 Technologies Technologies (formerly CIS 9771) CIS 9795 1.5 1.5 CIS 9795 Special Topics in Information Systems Special Topics in Information Systems Strategy Strategy Special Topics in Information Systems 3 Special Topics in Information 3 CIS 9797 CIS 9797 Systems Strategy Strategy

75 (formerly CIS 9775) Information Technology Audit 3 CIS 9558 Information Technology Audit 3 955X CIS Electives: Choose 0- Business 6 credits from the list Zicklin 6 credits from the list Electives: Choose 0- below: below: Introduction to Q uantitative Modeling 3 OPR 9721 OPR 9721 3 Introduction to Quantitative Modeling STA 9708 Applied Statistical Analysis for 3 Applied Statistical Analysis for 3 STA 9708 Business Decisions Business Decisions ACC 9110 Financial Accounting 3 ACC 9110 Financial Acc ounting 3 ACC 9810 Contemporary Topics in Accounting 3 3 Contemporary Topics in Accounting *** ACC 9810 3 ACC 9993 *** Special Topics in Accounting 3 ACC 9993 Special Topics in Accounting 3 FIN 9770 Corporate Finance Corporate Finance 3 FIN 9770 MGT 9700 * Managing Business Operations 3 MGT 9700 * Managing Business Operations 3 * CIS 9001 and CIS 9002 may be used in lieu of CIS 9000 to IS 9001 and CIS 9002 may be used in lieu of CIS 9000 * C satisfy the degree requirements. MGT 9702 and 9704 may to satisfy the degree requirements. MGT 9702 and 9704 be used in lieu of MGT 9700 to satisfy the degree may be used in lieu of MGT 9700 to satisfy the degree requirements. CIS 9001, CIS 9002, MGT 9702 and MGT requirements. 9704 are no longer offered at Baruch College . ** CIS 9590 is the capstone course for the program. It should be taken at the end as a culminating experience. *** Advanced Tax courses may be taken in lieu of the Accounting courses to satisfy the CPA requirements with departmental permission.

76 Concentration in Data Analytics: Concentration in Data Analytics: d will Students will take all required courses (13.5 credits) an s) and Students will take all required courses (13.5 credit from the following list of 12 credits will from the following list of electives. To select 9 – take at least 9 credits 9 elective credits, complete the remaining 6 – electives. To complete the remaining 6 – 9 elective credits, students will electives listed select from the students will select from the CIS and Zicklin information systems and business above. electives listed above. Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 CIS/STA 9660 CIS/STA 96 60 Data Mining for Business Analytics 3 CIS 9310 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 CIS 9310 Object -Oriented Programming I 3 (OR) (OR) CIS 9650 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 9650 Programming for Analytics 3 CIS 9440 3 CIS 9440 Data Warehousing and Analytics 3 Data Warehousing and Analytics CIS 9655 3 CIS 9655 Data Visualization 3 Data Visualization Concentration in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance: Students will take all required courses (13.5 credits) and will take the three courses li sted below. To complete the remaining 9 elective credits, students will select from the CIS and Zicklin electives listed above. Networks and Telecommunications CIS 9350 3 CIS 9355 Cybersecurity 3 CIS 9558 IT Audit 3 English Proficiency Requir ements Students who completed their undergraduate education in a non- English speaking country will be required to take non- credit bearing modules in Grammar Troubleshooting and American English

77 Pronunciation offered by the Division of Continuing and Profes sional Studies. These modules may be waived based on a -year degree in an English- speaking waiver exam. The modules are not required for students who completed a four country. Rationale: There is an acute need for professionals who understand various aspect s of cyber security given the dramatic increase in targeted on attacks on organizations’ data assets over the Internet. Two of the courses needed to get the concentration have been offered regularly in the past. The department recently started offering the course on IT Audit (CIS 9558) that together with our extant courses on Cybersecurity (CIS 9355) and Networks and Telecommunications (9350) provide the basis for this concentration. The new concentration – Cybersecurity and Information Assurance – would pr ovide students with the needed skillset to develop and secure an organization’s IT infrastructure. Approved by the department GCC on March 27, 2018.

78 Change or Adapt a Registered Program form to request program changes that require Use the Request to Change or Adapt a Registered Program * programs that are registered jointly approval by the State Education Department (see chart). with For another institution, all participating institutions must confirm support for the changes. : Exceptions a regis  an existing To change tered professional licensure program or add a license qualification to program, of the Professions contact the Office for guidance. change a registered teacher certification  educational leadership certification program or add a To or program, use the education program change form. certificat e qualification to an existing Changes and Adaptations Requiring State Education Department Approval Changes in Program Content (all programs) of the following Any changes: 1. substantive Cumulative change  m the Department’s last approval of the registered program of one -third or more fro minimum credits required for the award (e.g., 20 credits in an associate degree program) of the  or design (e.g., eliminating management courses in a business Changes in the program’s focus in the major disciplinary area change program’s administration program), including a Adding or eliminating an  or concentration option Eliminating a requirement for completion, including an internship, clinical, cooperative education, or  work - based experience other Other Changes (all programs) 2. Program title 3. Program change in degree) award (e.g., Mode Note : if the change involves adding a distance education format ( to a registered 4. of delivery distance education application program, please complete the .) 5. Discontinuing a program A format change that alters the program's financial aid eligibility (e.g., f rom full 6. to part -time, or to an -time abbreviated accelerated semester) or Establishing New Programs Based on Existing Registered Programs 8. Creating a dual -degree pro gram from existing registered programs 9. Creating program from a concentration/track in an existing registered program a new PLEASE NOTE: an existing program at a new location requires new registration of the Establishing If the requested program. action changes the program’s major disciplinary area, master plan amendment may be needed if the revised program represents the institution’s first program in that major subject area, at that degree level. If a requested by the degree is not authorized for an insti tution chartered title Board of Regents, charter amendment will be needed.

79 * CUNY and SUNY institutions: contact System Administration for guidance.

80 NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT on 89 —Office of College and University Evaluati Office of Higher Education Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12234 2593 Fax: (518) 486 (518) 474- -2779 [email protected] http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ Request to C hange or Adapt a Registered Program Item Response (type in the requested information) Institution name Baruch College and address Additional information : Specify campus where program is offered, if other than the main  campus: Identify the Program title : M.S. in Information Systems program you Award (e.g., B.A., M.S.): M.S. wish to change Credits: 31.5 credits 0701.00 HEGIS code: Program code : 79233 Contact person Name and title: Marios Koufaris, Chair, Paul H. Chook Departmen t of Information Systems and Statistics for this proposal 646 -312- 3373 Fax: 646- 312 -3351 E-mail: [email protected] Telephone: (or CEO Name and title: designee) Signature and date: approval 1 If the program will be registered jointly with another institution, provide the following information: Signature affirms the institution’s Partner institution’s name: commitm ent to support the partner institution’s CEO: Name and title of program as revised. of partner institution’s CEO: Signature For programs that are registered  with another institution, all participating institutions must confirm their jointly support changes. of the To  a registered professional licensure program or add a licen se qualification to an existing program, change contact the Office of the Professions for guidance.  To change a registered teacher certification or educational leadership certification program or add a certificate qualification to an existing program, use the ed ucation program change form. , complete a  If the change involves establishing an existing registered program at a new location new registration application for the proposed program.

81 1 If the partner institution is non- degree- granting, see CEO Memo 94- 04 at www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ceo94- 04.htm .

82 Check all changes that apply and provide the requested information. and explain proposed changes; provide a side -by -side comparison Changes in Program Content (Describe all modified programs.) xisting of the e and newly impacts last approval of the registered program that Department’s one- from the [ ] Cumulative change (e.g., 20 credits in an associate degree or more third of the minimum credits required for the award program) Changes in a program’s focus or design [ ] eliminating an option or concentration [ x ] Adding or for program completion [ ] Eliminating a requirement degree liberal science content in a way that changes the and classification, as the arts [ ] Altering of Regents Rules defined in Section 3.47(c)(1- 4) part If new , provide a syllabus for each new course courses are being added as of the noted change(s) qualifications, and relevant experience of faculty teaching the course(s). Syllabi should list and the name, a course description and identify course credit, objectives, topics, student outcomes, texts/resources, incl ude and the basis for determining grades. (describe and explain all proposed changes) Other Changes title Program [ ] award Program [ ] Note : if the change involves adding a distance education format [ ] to a registered Mode o f Delivery ( application program, please complete the distance education .) 2 date by which the program a program be discontinue d. Discontinuing : indicate [ ] the will change (e.g., [ ] full- time to part -time, or to an abbreviated or accelerated semester) Format from proposed format: a) Indicate Describe availability and any change in faculty, resources, or support courses of b) services: Program Schedul e to show the sequencing c) scheduling of courses in the program. Use the Sample and

83 2 If any students do not complete the program by the proposed termination date, the institution must request an extension of the registration period for the program or make other arrangements for those students. Establishing New Programs Based on Existing Registered Programs [ ] -degree program from existing registered programs Creating a dual the following table to identify the a) programs: Complete existing Program Title Deg ree Award Program Code Program 1 Program 2 3 b) Proposed dual -degree program (title and award): Courses that will be counted c) both awards: toward d) of time for candidates to Length the proposed program: complete e) Use the Sample Program Schedule to show the sequencing and scheduling of courses in the dual - degree program. . [ ] Creating a new program from a concentration/track in an existing program on existing courses in a registered program, provide the current entirely If the new program is based program name, program code, and the following information: : this abbreviated option applies only if a master plan amendment is NOT required and Note there are no new courses or changes to program admissions and evaluation elements. If these conditions ar e not met, submit a new registration application for the proposed program. Information from the Application for Registration of a New Program form: cover page (page 1), Sample a) Program Schedule form, and faculty information charts (full- time faculty, par t-time faculty, and faculty to be hired) b) a Brief description of the proposed program and rationale for converting the existing coursework to separately registered program: c) Expected impact on existing program: d) Adjustments the institution will make to its cu rrent resource allocations to support the program: e) Statement confirming that the admission standards and process and evaluation methods are the same as those in the existing registered program: Note : if the change involves establishing an existing registe red program at a new location , complete a new registration application for the proposed program.

84 September 2009 3 Only candidates with the capacity to complete the requirements of both degrees shall be admitted to a dual -degree program.

85 AIII: 4.1 ollowing revisions are proposed for the One -Year Business Administration in The f the Zicklin School of Business -Year Business Administration Program: One 0506.00 HEGIS Code: Program Code: 38422 Effective : Fall, 2019 Year Business Administration From: To: Accelerated Business Administration One - - Based Full - Time Format: Non - Cohort Format: Based Full - or Part - Time Cohort - Curriculum: 42 credits Curriculum: 42 credits (18 credi (18 credits Foundational/Fundamental Skills ts Foundational/Fundamental Skills ) required ) required Title Course # Course # Title Cr. Cr. BUS 9558 Strategic Business * 3.0 BUS 9558 * Strategic Business 3.0 Communication Communication Firms in the Global Economy Firms in the Global Economy 1.5 1.5 ECO 9730 ECO 9730 Introduction t o International 1.5 1.5 IBS 9600 IBS 9600 Introduction to International Business Business 1.5 LAW 9201 LAW 9201 Overview of Business Law Overview of Business Law 1.5 and Ethics and Ethics MGT 9200 Business and Society 1.5 1.5 MGT 9200 Business and Socie ty Relationships Relationships Managing People and MGT 9301 3 MGT 9301 Managing People and 3 Organizations Organizations Strategy and Competitive MGT 9600 3 Strategy and Competitive 3 MGT 9600 Advantage Advantage Managerial Statistics 3 STA 9708 STA 9708 al Statistics 3 Manageri Functional Skills ( a t least 2 courses required; Functional Skills ( a t least 2 courses required; advised based on background) advised based on background) Course # Course # Title Title Cr. Cr. ACC 9110 Financial Reporting 3 ACC 9110 Fin ancial Reporting 3 CIS 9000 Information Technology 3 CIS 9000 Information Technology 3 Strategy Strategy Business Analytics 3 CIS 9557 CIS 9557 Business Analytics 3 FIN 9770 Corporate Finance 3 FIN 9770 Corporate Finance 3 3 MGT 9700 Managing Business Managing Business 3 MGT 9700 erations Op Operations MGT 9973 Managing Creativity, Ideation 3 MGT 9973 Managing Creativity, Ideation 3 and Innovation in Startups and Innovation in Startups

86 and Corporations and Corporations Marketing Management 3 M KT 9703 Marketing Management 3 MKT 9703 (3 cr.) Culminating Experience (3 cr.) Culminating Experience Title Title Course # Cr. Course # Cr. Business Consulting 3 BUS 9601 BUS 9601 3 Business Consulting Electives (15 credits required) Electives (15 credits req uired) Cr. Course # Title Course # Cr. Title Career Path Electives of Career Path Electives of 1 5 5 1 Choice Choice Total Credits 42 Total Credits 42 *BUS 9558 replaced previous courses BUS 9551 and 9552/9553. Rationale Year Business Administration” (a.k.a. “One- We request changing program registration from “One- Year MBA”) to “Accelerated Business Administration” (a.k.a. “Accelerated MBA”) and delivery -time 12 month program to a non -cohort -based full format from a cohort -time -based full - or part 24 months. Those students with more flexibility may program that students could complete in 19 – be able to complete the MBA in 12 months if course scheduling allows. The One -based accelerated program specifically targeti ng -Year MBA is designed as a cohort candidates with undergraduate business degrees so that 6 credits of the general business courses month completion commitment, this in the regular MBA program are waived. In order to fulfil the 12- -time time, and 2) 18 credits of the foundational program requires that 1) students must be full courses must be offered in summer with an intensive format that prevents other MBA students from taking these courses. Unfortunately, the overall declining of full -time MBA enrollment nationwide in recent years has had a significant impact on the enrollment of this program, resulting in lower resource utilization and higher cost of delivery than originally anticipated. The change requested primarily relates to the delivery format of this MBA program : all other curric ular and degree requirements remain the same, such as the 42- credit curriculum, the admission requirement, and the career services to students. Qualified candidates will still enjoy the reduced credits for degree requirement, and the evening class schedule will enable working the professionals to take advantage of this program and still permit international candidates to enroll as full pring while pursuing curriculum - -time students by taking 9 credits at night in each fall and s during the day. In addition to the scheduling flexibility offered to based internship opportunities students, the new format will also allow sharing of selected courses with regular full - -time and part time MBA candidates and potentially MS degree candidates, which will maximize resourc e utilization and reduc e the delivery cost of the MBA program and graduate programs in general. The flexible scheduling of the Accelerated MBA program will permit qualified candidates to complete the degree requirement in 19 - 36-42 months that a typical 24 months, compared to the part -time MBA students would need to complete the degree. For some qualified students, it is possible that the MBA degree could be completed even faster than 19 months if they are able to take on more credits during the semester, or if certain day -time courses are taken during fall and spring semesters, or if students are able to complete more courses during the summer sessions. Change or Adapt a Registered Program

87 Use the Request to Change or Ada form to request program changes that require approval by the pt a Registered Program * For with another institution, all State Education Department (see chart). programs that are registered jointly participating institutions must confirm support for the ch anges. Exceptions :  To change a registered professional licensure program or add a license qualification to an existing program, contact the Office of the Professions for guidance. To change a registered teacher certification or educational leadership certification program or add a  certificate qualification to an existing program, use the education program change form. Changes and Adaptations Requiring State Education Department Approval am Content (all programs) Changes in Progr Any of the following substantive changes: 1.  Cumulative change from the Department’s last approval of the registered program of one- third or more of the minimum credits required for the award (e.g., 20 credits in an associate degree program) Changes in the program’s focus or design (e.g., eliminating management courses in a business administration  program), including a change in the program’s major disciplinary area Adding or eliminating an option or concentration  Eliminating a requir  - ement for completion, including an internship, clinical, cooperative education, or other work based experience Altering the liberal arts and science content in a way that changes the degree classification, as defined in Section  - 4) of Regents Rules 3.47(c)(1 Other Changes (all programs) 2. Program title Program award (e.g., change in degree) 3. Mode of delivery ( : if the change involves adding a distance education format to a registered program, 4. Note ase complete the distance education application ple .) 5. Discontinuing a program A format change that alters the program's financial aid eligibility (e.g., from full- 6. -tim e, or to an time to part abbreviated or accelerated semester) 7. A change in the total number of credits of any certificate or advanced certificate program Establishing New Programs Based on Existing Registered Programs -degree program from existing regist ered programs 8. Creating a dual 9. Creating a new program from a concentration/track in an existing registered program PLEASE NOTE: Establishing an existing program at a new location requires new registration of the program. If the requested action changes the program’s majo r disciplinary area, master plan amendment may be needed if the revised program represents the institution’s first program in that major subject area, at that degree level. If a requested is not authorized degree title for an institution chartered by the B oard of Regents, charter amendment will be needed. * CUNY and SUNY institutions: contact System Administration for guidance.

88 NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT — Office of Higher Education Office of College and University Evaluation 89 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12234 Fax: (518) 486- 2779 (518) 474- 2593 v [email protected] http://www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ Request to Change or Adapt a Registered Program Response (type in the requested information) Item Institution name CUNY Baruch College and address Zicklin School of Business 55 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10010 - Program title: One Year Business Administration Identify the program you wish Award (e.g., B.A., M.S .): MBA to change Credits: 42 HEGIS code: 0506.00 : 38422 Program code Name and title: Qing Hu, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Innovation Contact person for this proposal Telephone: 646 - 312 - 3 049 Fax: 646 - 312 - 3031 E - mail: [email protected] Name and title: CEO H. Fenwick Huss, Dean, Zicklin School of Business (or designee) approval Signature and date:

89 2 with another institution, provide the following information: If the program will be registered jointly Signature affirms the institution’s Partner institution’s name: commitment to Name and title of partner institution’s CEO: support the program as revised. Signature of partner institution’s CEO: For programs that are registered joi ntly with another institution, all participating institutions must confirm their support of the changes.  To change a registered professional licensure program or add a license qualification to an existing program, contact the Office of the  Professions for guidance.  To change a registered teacher certification or educational leadership certification program or add a certificate qualificati on to an existing program, use the education program change form. If the change involves establishing an existing registered program at a new location , complete a new registration application for  the proposed program. Check all changes that apply and provide the requested information. Changes in Program Content (Describe and explain all proposed changes; provide a side -by-side comparison of the existing and newly modified programs.) 2 If the partner institution is non- degree- granting, . CEO Memo 94- 04 at www.highered.nysed.gov/ocue/ceo94- 04.htm see

90 [ ] - third or Cumulative change from the Department’s last approval of the registered program that impacts one program) more of the minimum credits required for the award (e.g., 20 credits in an associate degree [ ] Changes in a program’s focus or design [ ] Adding or eliminating an option or concentration [ ] Eliminating a requirement for program completion Altering the liberal arts and science content in a way that changes the degree classification, as defined in [ ] Section 3.47(c)(1- 4) of Regents Rules If new courses are being added as part of the noted change(s) , provide a syllabus for each new course and list the name, qualifications, and relevant experience of faculty teaching the course(s). Syllabi should include a course description and identify course credit, objectives, topics, student outcomes, texts/resources, and the basis for determining grades. Other Changes (describe and explain all proposed changes) [X ] Program title [ ] Program award : if the change involves adding a Delivery ( [ ] Mode of distance education format to a registered Note program, please c omplete the distance education application .) 3 [ ] : indicate the date by which the program will be discontinued. Discontinuing a program 3 If any students do not complete the program by the proposed termination date , t he institution must request an extension of the registration period for the program or make other arrangements for those students .

91 tim [X Format change (e.g., from full - e to part - time, or to an abbreviated or accelerated semester) ] a) Indicate proposed format: Describe availability of courses and any change in faculty, resources, or support services: b) c) Use the Sample Program Schedule to show the sequencing and scheduling o f courses in the program.

92 Establishing New Programs Based on Existing Registered Programs - degree program from existing registered programs [ ] Creating a dual Complete the following table to identify the existing programs: a) Program Title Degree Awar d Program Code Program 1 Program 2 4 Proposed dual -degree program (title and award): b) c) Courses that will be counted toward both awards: d) Length of time for candidates to complete the proposed program: e) Use the Sample Program Schedule to show the seq uencing and scheduling of courses in the dual -degree program. 4 Only candidates with the capacity to complete the requirements of both degrees shall be admitted to a dual -degree program .

93 [ ] Creating a new program from a concentration/track in an existing program . based entirely on existing courses in a registered program, provide the current If the new program is name, program code, and the following information: program and there are no new courses Note : this abbreviated option applies only if a master plan amendment is NOT required submit a new registration or changes to program admissions and evaluation elements. If these conditions are not met, application for the proposed program. Information from the Application for Registration of a New Program form: cover page (page 1), Sample a) Program Schedule form, and faculty information charts (full -time faculty, part aculty, and faculty to be -time f hired) Brief description of the proposed program and rationale for converting the existing coursework to a separately b) registered program: Expected impact on existing program: c) d) source allocations to support the program: Adjustments the institution will make to its current re e) Statement confirming that the admission standards and process and evaluation methods are the same as those in the existing registered program: Note : if the change involves establishing an existing registered pro gram at a new location , complete a new registration application for the proposed program. September 2009 Comparison of Changes Requested Registered Program Requested Program Program Features Title One - Year Business Administration Accelerated Business A dministration Degree Awarded MBA MBA Total Credits 42 42 Format • Cohort based curriculum • Non - cohort based curriculum

94 • Starts in summer Starts in Summer, Fall, or Spring • 24 months • Completes in 19 - • Completes in 12 months Target Population Full - time student s • time professionals - • Part • • International students International students Rationale for the Change We request changing program registration from “One -Year Business Administration” (a.k.a. “One -Year MBA”) to “Accelerated Business Administration” (a.k.a. “A ccelerated MBA”) and delivery format from a cohort -based 12 month full -time program to a non- cohort -based full - or part -time program that students could complete in 19 – 24 months. Those students with more flexibility may be able to complete the MBA in 12 months if course scheduling allows. -Year MBA is designed as a cohort -based accelerated program specifically targeting candidates with undergraduate business degrees so The One month completion commitment, this that 6 credits of the general business courses in the regular MBA program ar e waived. In order to fulfil the 12- program requires that 1) students must be full -time time, and 2) 18 credits of the foundational courses must be offered in summer with an intensive format that prevents other MBA student s from taking these courses. Unfortunately, the overall declining of full -time MBA enrollment nationwide in recent years has had a significant impact on the enrollment of this program, resulting in lower resource utilization and h igher cost of delivery tha n originally anticipated. The change requested primarily relates to the format of offering this MBA program, all other curricular and degree requiremen ts remain the same, i.e., the 42- credit curriculum, the admission requirement, and the career services to students. Qualified candidates will still enjoy the reduced credits for degree requirement, and the evening class schedule will enable working professionals to take advantage of this pr ogram and still permit international candidates to enroll as full -time students by taking 9 credits in each Fall and Spring while pursuing curriculum -based internship opportunities during the day time. In addition to the scheduling flexibility offered to students, the new format will also al low sharing of selected with regular full -time and part -time MBA candidates and potentially MS degree candidates, which will maximize resource utilization and courses reducing delivery cost of the MBA program and graduate programs in general. The flexible scheduling of the Accelerat ed MBA program will permit qualified candidates to complete the degree requirement in 19 - 24 months, compared to the 36- 42 months a typical part -time MBA students would need to complete the degree. For some qualified students, it is possible that the MBA degree could be completed even faster than 19 months if they are able to take on more credits during the semester, or if certain day -time courses are taken during Fall and Spring semesters, or if students are able to complete more courses during the summer sessions . Typical 19- months and 24- months course plans are listed below.

95 Sample Course Plan for 19- Month Program could be up to 4; students may take advantage of Friday, weekend, and (total nights per week in a given semester lable ) online courses when avai Days Load Cr. Sem e ster Cr. Semester Courses BUS 9558 5 w eek s ummer 1 2 nights per week 3 SUMMER I 5 week s ummer 2 2 nights per week 3 6 MGT 9600 3 STA 9708 PMW 2 nights per week FALL I MGT 9301 QMW 2 nights per week 3 LAW 9201 / MG T 9200 PTR 2 nights per week 3 9 3 PTR 2 nights per week SPRING I ECO 9730 1.5/IBS 9600 1.5 FUNCTIONAL SKILL student's choice 2 nights per week 3 ELECTIVE student's choice 2 nights per week 3 9 ghts per week student's choice 2 ni SUMMER II 3 FUNCTIONAL SKILL ELECTIVE student's choice 2 nights per week 3 student's choice 2 nights per week 3 9 ELECTIVE 3 student's choice 2 nights per week FALL II ELECTIVE ELECTIVE student's choice 2 nights per week 3 Thursday 1 nigh t per week 3 9 BUS 9601 Total Cr. 42 Month Program (total nights per week in a given semester could be up to 4; students may take advantage of Friday, weekend, and Sample Course Plan for 24- online courses when available ) Semester Courses Days Load Cr. Seme ster Cr. FALL I PMW 2 nights per week 3 STA 9708 QMW 2 nights per week LAW 9201/MGT 9200 3 BUS 9558 Thursday 1 night per week 3 9 student's choice 3 SPRING I 2 nights per week MGT 9301 student's choice MGT 9600 2 nights per week 3

96 CTIONAL SKILL student's choice 2 nights per week 3 9 FUN 3 5 week summer 1 2 nights per week SUMMER I FUNCTIONAL SKILL ELECTIVE 5 week summer 2 2 nights per week 6 3 FALL II ELECTIVE student's choice 2 night s per week 3 ELECTIVE student's choice 2 night s per week 3 PTR 2 nights per week 3 9 ECO 9730/IBS 9600 SPRING II student's choice 2 nights per week ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE student's choice 2 nights per week 3 BUS 9601 Wednesday 1 night per week 3 9 Total Cr. 42

97 Section AIV: New Courses AIV.1 .1 CUNYfirst Course ID Department(s) Allen G. Aaronson Department of Marketing and International Business Career [ x ] Graduate [ ] Undergraduate [ X ] Regular [ Academic Level ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Re medial Subject Area Business Analytics Course Prefix BUS Course Number 9420 Course Title Communications and Ethics for Business Analytics We live in an era characterized by collection of fine - grained data about all aspects of our lives Catalogue Description and the use of sophisticated techniques to mine that data. Big Data has the potential to dramatically improve our lives by helping firms and individuals make data- driven decisions. However, significant risks still remain as algorithms enabled by big data supplant human judgement, upending our conceptions of privacy and fairness. This course will provide a broad overview of the ethical and legal implications of the use of big data. In addition, business analytics professionals need to convey quantitative information to diverse audiences when discussing the broader ethical implications; this course will help students improve their communication skills. Pre or Corequisite None 3 Credits Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X ] No Cours e Attribute

98 (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, etc.) Course Applicability ____ Major College Option ____ Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed - Flexible ____ Gen Ed - ____ English Composition ____ World Cultures ____ Mathematics ____ US Experience in its Diversity College Option Detail __________________________________ ____ Science ____ ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Effective Term Fall 2019 Rationale: This course is being proposed as a foundational course in the new Master o f Science in Business Analytics degree program. Big data has the potential to both significantly improve our lives as well as pose fundamental challenges to our privacy and sense of fairness. This course will introduce students to the ethical and legal im plications of data analytics and the use of big data. It also will provide students with the communication skills needed to effective convey

99 quantitative and technical information in a wide variety of settings to business managers and analysts, highlighti ng how the data models can provide insights for solving business problems and ethical implications of using data analytics. .1 AIV.2 CUNYfirst Course ID Department(s) Paul N. Loomba Department of Management Career [ ] Undergraduate te [ X ] Gradua Academic Level [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Business Course Prefix BUS 9430 Course Number Course Title Business Analytics Project Management Catalogue complete lifecycle of how organizations turn data into better decisions. It This course teaches the focuses on how to formulate business problems, find necessary data, translate business problems into Description specific data mining tasks, apply statistical and machine learning tools to answer questions, and then evaluate, deploy, and monitor the models. Emphasis is on the organizational context of this process: where data comes from, who owns it, who needs the information, and the decisions impacted by the effort. The CRISP -DM process mod el is stressed throughout the course. Prerequisite CIS 9660 (Data Mining for Business Analytics) Credits 3

100 Contact Hours 3 [ ] Yes [ X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, Honors, etc.) Course _ Major ___ Applicability College Option ____ Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed - Flexible ____ Gen Ed - ____ English Composition ____ World Cultures ____ Mathematics ____ US Experience in its Diversity College Option Detail __________________________________ ____ Science ____ ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Effective Term Fall 2019

101 Rationale : This course is being proposed as the capstone course in the new Master of Science in Business Analytics degree program. While the majority of courses in the MS program teach students the statistical and non- statistical modeling “tools” of business analytics, this course will integrate those tools with the skills necessary to manage the complete lifecycle of a business analytics project — from business problem fra ming to model deployment. The emphasis on analytics lifecycle management is consistent with the MS program’s strategic focus.

102 Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses AV: 1. 1 Changes in course title and description to be offered in the Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management, Zicklin School of Business CUNYFirst Course ID TO FROM Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Departments Departments Management Management MGT 9965 Boards, Governance, and MGT 9965 Boards, Governance, and Course Course Leadership within Entrepreneurial and Leadership within E ntrepreneurial, Firms Family Family , and Social Enterprises Pre or None None Pre or corequisite corequisite 3 Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits Description This course provides a theoretical and This course is to provide a framework for Description the study of best practices for boards, practical framework for the study of best hip, as well as for governance, and leaders practices for governance structure, the establishment of Boards of Directors strategy, and leadership, and for the within entrepreneurial, and family firms. establishment of Boards o f Directors within growth/high- Starting and managing a high- entrepreneurial, family, and social potential business and taking a strategic enterprises. It covers the appropriate approach to the sustainability of an timing of governance for entrepreneurial existing business across generati ons firms and oversight of an organization’s involves important decisions of audit, compensation, governance, strategic governance of a company and its plans, performance, executive leaders hip, leadership over time. Boards have

103 oversight responsibility and play key roles succession, risk and crisis management, for a company’s governance, audit, ethics and compliance, innovation, and strategic plans, performance, executive all of which are major investment matters – leadership and compensation, succes sion, vital to the growth and sustainability of a risk and crisis management, ethics and wide range of organizations. Readings, compliance, and major investment matters. assignments, and in- class exercises will The selection of the appropriate corporate strate principles, stimulate discussion illu structure and governance system, as well and foster creative thinking about board as when and how to initiate a formal board roles and responsibilities, governance, and the various components and levels of committees, structures, and leadership in governance, are vital to the growth and both for profit and nonprofit organizations. sustainability of most businesses, both entrepreneurial and family firms. The course will provide a mix of theoretical and practical knowledge about the role of the board versus the management of a company and the process of professionalizing the business for growth, innovation, change and sustainability over time. Students will gain a strong understanding of board roles and responsibilities, governance, committees, structures, and leadership styles, which will lead to strong business over time. class Readings, assignments, and in- exercises will be used to illustrate principles, stimulate discussion and foster the creative thinking necessary for the development and implementation of sound tures. governance strategies and struc Simulated Board Meetings will also be

104 enacted in class. Requirement Requirement Designat ion Designation [ ] Yes [ X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts Course Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Attribute (e.g. Intensive, Honors, Writing etc.) Intensive, Honors, etc.) Course Course Applicability Applicability __X__ Major __X__ Major ____Gen Ed Required ____ Gen Ed Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ____ Gen Ed Flexible ____Gen Ed Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Creative Expression ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society

105 ific World ____ Scientific World ____ Scient ____Gen Ed – College Option College Option Detail Fall 2019 Effective Term Rationale: The new course title and description more accurately reflects the context of gover nance and leadership in entrepreneurial firms as compared with other types of organizations, the stated needs and interests of Zicklin graduate students and the increased social mindset of private sector companies. Also, the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs supports these changes and has indicated they will list this course as an elective in their nonprofit administration specialization in the MPA. Reviewed and approved by Management Department Curriculum Committee, with 6 out 6 yeses on April 9, 2018. Reviewed and approved Entrepreneurship Faculty with 8 out 8 yeses on April 5, 2018. Section AVI Courses Withdrawn (Stan Ross Department of Accountancy) AVI. 1.1 TAX 15 Executive Masters Federal Taxation This course was associat ed with a program that no longer is offered. Rationale: AVI. 1.2 TAX 9782 Federal Income Tax

106 Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9781, TAX 9861, TAX 9862, TAX 9863 depending on whether a -ACC or MS -tax program. student is in the MS AVI. 1.3 TAX 9763 Gen eral Business Taxation Rationale : The content of this course is now covered in Taxation of Business Entities (TAX 9878). AVI. 1.4 TAX 9781 Federal Taxation: Practice and Procedures Rationale : The course has been replaced by TAX 9861 and TAX 9863 depending on whether a student is in the MS -ACC or MS -tax program.

107 AVI. 1.5 TAX 9783 Partnership Taxation : Partnership taxation is now covered in TAX 9868. Rationale AVI. 1.6 TAX 9785 Compensation Plans Rationale . The content is now covered in TAX 9873, Deferred : This course is a duplicate of TAX 9885 (see below) Compensation. AVI. 1.7 TAX 9787 Estate Planning Rationale : Estate planning is currently covered in TAX 9870. AVI. 1.8 TAX 9862 Federal Income Tax Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9861 and T AX 9878. AVI. 1.9 TAX 9864 Federal Income Taxation I Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9861 and TAX 9878 in the MS -ACC and by TAX 9863, TAX 9866 and TAX 9867 in the MS -Taxation. AVI. 1.10

108 TAX 9865 Federal Income Taxation II : This co -ACC and by TAX 9863, TAX 9866 and Rationale urse has been replaced by TAX 9861 and TAX 9878 in the MS TAX 9867 in the MS -Taxation. 1.11 AVI. TAX 9871 Real Estate Taxation Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9930. AVI. 1.12 TAX 9881 Federal Tax Practice Procedures Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9900. AVI. 1.13 TAX 9883 Partnership Taxation Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9868. AVI. 1.14 TAX 9885 Compensation Plans Rationale : Duplicate course number with TAX 9875 (see above). The content is now covered in TAX 9873, Deferred Compensation. AVI. 1.15 TAX 9886 Consolidate Tax Returns

109 Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9874, Consolidated Tax Returns. AVI. 1.16 TAX 9887 Estate Planning Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9879, Estates, Trusts, and Planing.

110 AVI. 1.17 TAX 9888 Federal Tax Aspects Rationale : This course has been replaced by TAX 9900, Tax Procedures & Professional Responsibility in Tax Practice. AVI. 1.18 TAX 99301 Research Methods for Thesis Rationale : This course was associated with the curriculum of a program that no longer exists. AVI. 1.19 TAX 99302 Thesis : This course was associated with the curriculum of a program that no longer exists. Rationale

111 Borough of Manhattan Community College Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor's Report - Part A: Academic Matters Section 1: SPECIAL ACTIONS: Curriculum Revisions A1: NONE Section II Changes in Generic Degree Requirements NONE ges in Degree Programs Section III: Chan AIII.1 NONE Section IV: NEW COURSES AIV.1 Department: The Center for Ethnic Studies AFL 100 Course Number: Introduction to Ethnic Studies Title: Prerequisites: None Hours: 3 hours Credits : 3 Course Description: ion to Ethnic Studies explores the historical formation of ethnic studies in the United Introduct States. The course examines the academic field of Ethnic Studies by raising questions about the ways that race and racism shape our experiences and world across a rang e of time and places. In an interdisciplinary approach, the course will introduce students to a variety of terms such as ethnicity, race, class, gender, ethnic stratification, etc. The course will also teach students a variety of methodological approache s to doing ethnic studies research and major issues in the field. It places an emphasis on relationships and conflicts between diverse groups, especially how they were treated and defined in relation to each other. Broadly speaking, this cour se is concer ned with how these groups struggle to stake out their place in a highly unequal world. Rationale: This is equivalent to courses offered at senior institutions such as Lehman College.

112 AIV.2 Department: The Center for Ethnic Studies AFL 300 Course Number: Title: Research and Writing Methods Prerequisites: AFL 100 Hours: 3 hours : 3 Credits The Course Description: Ethnic Studies capstone will focus on special topics within the field and expertise of the depth, engage instructor. It will provide a culminating experie nce for students by allowing them to explore a topic in- tic abilities and critical thinking skills, and apply concepts and theories to in independent research, develop their analy new cases. The capstone course will introduce students to the major theoretical perspectives, the basic research r the course of the methodologies and research design issues , and the central analytical models in Ethnic Studies. Ove ch paper or project and a semester, each student will engage in independent research that culminates in a resear presentation to the class. This course will help students achieve BMCC’s General Education outcomes by developing their understanding of the social sciences, strengthening their communication skills and information and technology literacy, deepening their appreciation for professional values and ethics, and encouraging and assessing critical thinking skills. This is equivalent to courses offered at senior institutions such as Lehman College. Rationale: AIV.3 Department: Modern Languages SPN 485 Course Number: Title: New York Literature in Spanish SPN 210 or departmental approval or any 400 level Spanish course except SPN 476 Prerequisites: Hours: 3 hours Credits : 3 l literary production in Spanish created in New York from the Course Description: This course consist of a survey of al 19th century to the present, mainly focusing on those authors who have lived and written here, whose work was g the unique history of literature influenced by the circumstance of coming and staying in this city and who are weavin written in Spanish in New York. Readings and classwork will be conducted in Spanish. Rationale: This is acceptable Pathways course. AIV.4 Modern Languages Department: Course Number: CHI 203 Chinese Culture and Civilization Title: Prerequisites: CHI 200 or departmental approval 3 hours Hours: : 3 Credits of course involves intensive oral work consisting This discussions of Chinese popular culture. Course Description: Drills in pronunciation, intonation and rhythm as well as several oral presentations are included throughout the course. ranging Videos screened during lab time and discussed during class sessions. A wide variety of topics will be from pop discussed. culture major social and political issues will be to Rationale: This is acceptable Pathways course.

113 AIV.5 Modern Languages Department: Course Number: CHI 107 Elementary Chinese for Heritage Speakers Title: Departmental Approval Prerequisites: 3 hours Hours: Credits : 3 This course is designed for heritage students of Chinese who have some listening and speaking Course Description: in or other Chinese dialects. The focus is on reading, writing, and grammar, along with improvement of Mandarin skills oral skills. Students will be introduced to the communication writing system (pinyin). Characters writing Romanized and recognition are emphasized. Students who have taken CHI 105 and/or CHI 106 will not receive credit for this course. Rationale: This is acceptable Pathways course. : C HANGES IN EXISTING COURSES Section V AV.1 ART 166 Drawing Studio I TO: FROM: Credits: 4 Credits: 3 Rationale: Clerical Error AV.2 ART 168 Life Drawing Studio I TO: FROM: Credits: 4 Credits: 3 Rationale: Clerical Error. AV.3 ART 176 Comic Art I FROM: TO: Cre dits: 4 Credits: 3 Rationale : Clerical Error

114 AV. 4 MMP 250 Digital Film Fundamentals FROM: TO: Credits: 3 Credits: 4 Rationale: Clerical Error AV. 5 ANI 402 3D Animation Projects TO: FROM: Credits: Credits: 3 0 Clerical Err or Rationale: AV. 6 MEA 201 Prof. Development and Career Planning FROM: TO: Credits: 3 Credits: 2 Clerical Error Rationale: AV. 7 MEA 371 Media Arts and Technology Internship FROM: TO: Credits: 3 Credits: 2 Rationale: Clerical Error AV. 8 CIS 1 65 Introduction to Operating Systems FROM: TO: Prerequisites: None Prerequisites: CSC 101

115 Rationale: Clerical Error AV.9 SPN 485 New York Literature in Spanish FROM: TO: Pathways Area: World Cultures and Global Issues Pathways Area: US Experience s in its Diversity Rationale: Clerical Error Section VI: Courses Withdrawn NONE Section VII: Affiliation Agreements NONE

116 City College Chancellor’s University Report – Part A: Academic Matters AIII. 1.1 – 1.5) are a resubmission from the June 2018 Chancellor’s University Report. The Rationale for Physics: The following Physics items (AIII 1.1 previous submission had several errors that are being corrected with this submission. 2018 submissions the program code for the Macauley Honors program was incorrect, the correct code is • On all of the June included in this submission. Item AIII.1.2 had an erroneously truncated rational e. The complete rationale is below. • • In the June report item AIII. 1.3 was a duplicate of item AIII.1.1. This is noted below. Item AIII. 1.4 in the June report was an incorrect version of the Secondary Education Concentration item. The up to date • on is listed below. submissi B.S. in Physics (Applied Physics Concentration) Program: Department: Physics 1902.00 HEGIS Code: 02245, 60126 Program Code: Fall 2018 Effective: To From Name Crs Course Course Name Crs Number Number Basic Courses for all Core Requirements Physics Majors University Physics I 4 PHYS 20700 PHYS 20700 University Physics I 4 PHYS 20800 Univers ity Physics II 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II 4 University Physics III PHYS 20900 4 PHYS 20900 University Physics III 4 PHYS 35300 PHYS 35300 Electricity & 3 Electricity & Magnetism I 3 Magnetism I

117 Math. Methods in PHYS 36100 4 Phys. PHYS 37100 2 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 Advanced Lab I 3 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. 3 PHYS 45100 Mathematics Mathematics 4 MATH 20100 Calculus I Calculus I MATH 20100 3 4 3 MAT H 20200 Calculus II MATH 20200 Calculus II Calculus III 4 MATH 20300 Calculus III 4 MATH 20300 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. 3 MATH 39100 3 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. Lin. Alg. & Vect. MATH 39200 MATH 39200 3 3 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis Analysis eneral Science General Science G BIO 10100 Biological BIO 10100 4 Biological Foundations 4 Foundations 4 CHEM 10301 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 General Chemistry I General Chemistry II 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II 4 CHEM 10401 EAS 10600 ems Science 4 Earth Syst Applied Physics Materials Science Concentration Concentration PHYS 35100 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35100 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35400 Electricity & PHYS 35400 3 3 Electricity & Magnetism II Magnetism II Optics PHYS 45200 PHYS 45200 Optics 3 3 PHYS 47100 Advanced Physics PHYS 47100 2 Advanced Physics Lab II 2 Lab II PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 PHYS 55400 PHYS 55400 Solid State Physics 3 Solid State Physics 3

118 1 elective from the following ( 3 cr) 1 elective from the following (3 cr) Ind. Study 3 PHYS 31000 Ind. Study 3 PHYS 31000 Medical Physics PHYS 31500 3 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics 3 Biophysics 3 PHYS 42200 3 PHYS 42200 Biophysics 2300 PHYS 42300 PHYS 4 Biophysics 3 Biophysics Applications 3 Applications Quantum Physics II 3 PHYS 55200 Quantum Physics II 3 PHYS 55200 Phys. Phot. I / Lasr. PHYS 45300 PHYS 45400 3 3 Descriptive Astronomy Opt. Descriptive PHYS 52200 PHYS 45400 3 Biomedical Physics 3 Astronomy Phys . & Chem. of Matrls. 3 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS 55500 PHYS V0100 Phys. & Chem. of PHYS 55500 4 Math. Meth. in Physics 3 Matrls PHYS V1100 Math. Meth. in PHYS V0100 4 Analytical Dynamics 4 Physics Electromag Theory I 4 PHYS V1100 Analytical D ynamics 4 PHYS V1500 Electromag. Theory I Electromag Theory II 4 PHYS V1500 4 PHYS V1600 Quantum Mechanics I 4 PHYS V2500 Electromag Theory II 4 PHYS V1600 PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II 4 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I 4 PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics 4 II 78 - 76 Total credits Total Credits 76 - 74 Optics Concentration PHYS 35100 4 Mechanics PHYS 35400 3 Electricity & Magnetism II PHYS 45200 Optics 3

119 PHYS 45300 3 Phys. Phot. I / Lasr. Opt. PHYS 47100 2 hysics Lab II Advanced P PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 1 elective from the following (3 cr) PHYS 31000 3 Ind. Study PHYS 31500 Medical Physics 3 PHYS 42200 3 Biophysics PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications 3 PHYS 45400 Des criptive Astronomy 3 PHYS 52200 3 Biomedical Physics PHYS 55400 Solid State Physics 3 PHYS 55500 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. 3 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 4 PHYS V1100 Analytical Dynamics 4 PHYS V1500 4 ElectroMag Theory I YS V1600 PH ElectroMag Theory II 4 PHYS V2500 4 Quantum Mechanics I PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II 4 - 76 Total credits 74 a) The Optics and Materials Science Concentrations have been reorganized into a single Rationale : Concentration to avoid concentration “duplication” and have more Applied Physics students in the new concentration. b) The change in credits in the Physics majors was made to reflect the recent changes that the Mathematics Department made in the calculus sequence (in parti cular, MATH 20100 Calculus 1 and MATH 20200 Calculus 2). Consequently, the number of credits required has been changed for the major. There are no changes to the number of courses. c) The course Mathematical Methods in Physics PHYS 36100 has been added. To a llow for

120 this, EAS 10600 has been dropped.

121 AIII. 1.2 B.S. in Physics (Biomedical Physics Concentration) Program: Physics Department: HEGIS Code: 1902.00 Program Code: 02245, 60126 Effective: Fall 2018 To From Name Crs Course Number Name Crs Course Number Basic Courses for all Physics Basic Courses for all Physics Majors Majors PHYS 20700 4 PHYS 20700 University Physics I 4 University Physics I University Physics II 4 PHYS 20800 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II Un iversity Physics III 4 PHYS 20900 University Physics III 4 PHYS 20900 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I 3 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I 3 PHYS 36100 Math. Methods in Phys. 4 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 PHYS 45100 Stat. Phys. 3 PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. 3 Thermo. & Mathematics Mathematics 4 Calculus I 3 MATH 20100 Calculus I MATH 20100 4 MATH 20200 3 MATH 20200 Calculus II Calculus II MATH 20300 4 MATH 20300 Calculus III Calcul us III 4 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. 3 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. 3 MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3 MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3

122 General Science General Science Biological Foundations BIO 10100 BI O 10100 Biological Foundations 4 4 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 4 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I General Chemistry II 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II CHEM 10401 4 EAS 10600 4 Earth Systems Science Comp. Science (1 from the Comp. Science (1 from the following) following) Meth. of Num. Analysis 3 MATH 32800 Meth. of Num. Analysis 3 MATH 32800 Intro. Appl. Math. Comp. 3 MATH 36600 3 MATH 36600 Intro. Appl. Math. Comp. Intro. to Computing 3 CSC 10200 Intro. to Computing 3 CSC 10200 CSC 10400 Discrete Math. Structures 4 CSC 10400 Discrete Math. Structures 4 Biomedical Physics Concentration Biomedical Physics Concentration Biophysics 3 PHYS 42200 Biophysics 3 PHYS 42200 00 3 CHEM 26300 Organic Chemistry II Organic Chemistry II 3 CHEM 263 Biochemistry I 3 CHEM 32002 Biochemistry I 3 CHEM 32002 PHYS 55100 Quantum Physics I 4 PHYS 55100 Quantum Physics I 4 1 PHYS 55600 PHYS 55600 Current Topics 1 Current Topics and and P HYS 52200 Biomedical Physics, 3 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics, 3 or or with permission of major advisor: with permission of major advisor: PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications 3 PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications 3 BIO 22900 BIO 2290 Cell and Molecular Bio 4 Cell and Molecular Bio 4 0 BIO 35400 Intro. to Neurobio. 3 BIO 35400 Intro. to Neurobio. 3 CHEM 42500 CHEM 42500 Inorganic Chemistry 3 Inorganic Chemistry 3

123 CHEM 43400 3 CHEM 43400 P.Ch & Chem In s Lab II 3 P.Ch & Chem Ins Lab II Biochemistry II 3 CHEM 48005 Biochemistry II 3 CHEM 48005 1 elective from the following (3 cr) 1 elective from the following (3 cr) 3 PHYS 31000 Ind. Study PHYS 31000 Ind. Study - - PHYS 31100 P HYS 31100 3 Sel. Topics 3 Sel. Topics 32000 32000 Medical Physics 3 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics 3 PHYS 31500 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35100 Mechanics 3 PHYS 35100 Electricity & Magnetism II 3 PHYS 35400 4 PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism II Optics 3 PHYS 45200 PHYS 45200 Optics 3 PHYS 45300 Phys. Phot. & Las. Op 3 PHYS 45300 Phys. Phot. & Las. Op 3 3 PHYS 45400 Descriptive Astronomy Descriptive Astronomy 3 PHYS 45400 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS 55400 3 PHYS 55400 S olid State Physics 3 Solid State Physics Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. 3 PHYS 55500 3 PHYS 55500 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. Math. Meth. in Physics 4 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 3 PHYS V0100 PHYS V1100 4 PHYS V1100 Analytical Dynamics 4 Analytical Dynamics PHYS V1500 PHYS V1500 oMag Theory I 4 Electr ElectroMag Theory I 4 PHYS V1600 ElectroMag Theory II 4 PHYS V1600 ElectroMag Theory II 4 PHYS V2500 4 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I 4 Quantum Mechanics I PHYS V2600 4 PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II 4 Quantum Mechanics II 79 - 77 Total credits - 75 Total credits 77 20200 has been changed to reflect the number of lecture hours MATH a) The number of credits for MATH 20100 and Rationale : of the course. b) The course PHYS 36100 has been added, and to maintain same number of overall credits EAS 10600 h as been dropped as a requirement.

124 AIII. 1.3 Program: B.S. in Physics (Applied Physics Concentration) Physics Department: 1902.00 HEGIS Code: 02245, 60126 Program Code: Effective: Fall 2018 Rationale: This item was erroneously submitted twice in the June CUR. This is a copy of AIII. 1.1. From To Core requirements Core requirements Cr Cr Basic Courses for all Physics Majors Basic Courses for all Physics Majors 4 4 PHYS 20700 University Physics I PHYS 20700 University Physics I 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II 4 ity Physics II PHYS 20800 Univers s III PHYS 20900 University Physic 4 PHYS 20900 University Physics III 4 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I 3 3 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I PHYS 36100 Math. Methods in Phys. 4 2 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 3 PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 3 PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. Mathematics Mathematics 4 3 MATH 20100 Calculus I MATH 20100 Calculus I 4 MATH 20200 Calculus II 3 MATH 20200 Calculus II 4 4 us III MATH 20300 Calcul MATH 20300 Calculus III MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. 3 3 3 MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3

125 General Science General Science BIO 10100 Biological Foundations 4 4 BIO 10100 Biological Foundations CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 4 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II 4 4 EAS 10600 Earth Systems Science -- cont. -- -- cont. -- Applied Physics Concentration Materials Science Concentration PHYS 35100 Mechanics PHYS 35100 Mechanics PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism II II PHYS 45200 Optics PHYS 45200 Optics PHYS 47100 Advanced Physics Lab II PHYS 47100 Advanced Physics Lab II PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 PHYS 55400 Solid State Physics PHYS 55400 Solid State Physics 4 3 3 3 3 1 elective from the following (3 cr) 1 elective from the following (3 cr) 2 2 4 PHYS 31000 Ind. Study PHYS 31000 Ind. Study 4 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics 3 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics 3 PHYS 42200 Biophysics PHYS 4220 0 Biophysics PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applicat PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications ions PHYS 55200 Quantum Physics II PHYS 55200 Quantum Physics II PHYS 45300 Phys. Phot. I / Lasr. Opt. PHYS 45400 Descriptive Astronomy 3 3 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics PHYS 45400 Descriptive Astronomy 3 3

126 PHYS 55500 3 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 3 3 PHYS 55500 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls PHYS V1100 Analytical Dynamics 3 3 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 3 PHYS V11 00 Analytical Dynamics 3 PHYS V1500 Electromag Theory I 3 PHYS V1600 Electromag Theory II 3 PHYS V1500 Electromag. Theory I 3 3 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I PHYS V1600 Electromag Theory II 3 4 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II 4 4 4 4 Total credits Total Credits 4 4 4 4 Optics Concentration 4 4 4 PHYS 35100 Mechanics 74- 76 76- 78 PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism II PHYS 45200 Optics PHYS 45300 Phys. Phot. I / Lasr. Opt. I PHYS 47100 Advanced Physics Lab I PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 3 3 1 elective from the following (3 cr) 3 2 PHYS 31000 Ind. Study 4 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics PHYS 42200 Biophysics PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications PHYS 45400 Descriptive Astronomy PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 3 PHYS 55400 Solid State Physics PHYS 55500 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. 3 3 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 3 PHYS V1100 Analytical Dynamics PHYS V1500 ElectroMag Theory I 3 3 PHYS V1600 ElectroMag Theory II

127 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I 3 4 PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II 4 4 4 4 4 Total cre dits - 76 74 Rationale: a) The Optics and Materials Science Concentrations have been reorganized into a single Applied Physics Concentration to avoid concentration “duplication” and have more students in the new concentration. The chang e in credits in the Physics majors was made to reflect the recent changes b) that the Mathematics Department made in the calculus sequence (in particular, MATH 20100 Calculus 1 and MATH 20200 Calculus 2). Consequently, the number of credits required has been changed for the major. There are no changes to the number of courses. c) The course Mathematical Methods in Physics PHYS 36100 has been added. To allow for this, EAS 10600 has been dropped.

128 AIII. 1.4 Program: n Concentration) B.S. in Physics (Secondary Educatio Physics Department: HEGIS Code: 1902.00 Program Code: 02245, 60126 Effective: Fall 2018 From To Name Crs Course Number Course Number Crs Name Basic Courses for all Physics Majors Basic Courses for all Physics Majors University Physics I PHYS 20700 PHYS 20700 Univer sity Physics I 4 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II 4 University Physics III 4 PHYS 20900 4 PHYS 20900 University Physics III Electricity & Magnetism I 3 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I 3 PHYS 35300 PHYS 36100 M ath. Methods in Phys.* 4 2 PHYS 37100 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 Advanced Lab I PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. 3 PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. 3 Mathematics Mathematics 4 3 MATH 20100 Calculus I Calculus I MATH 20100 4 3 MATH 20200 Calculus II Calculus II MATH 20200 MATH 20300 Calculus III 4 MATH 20300 Calculus III 4 MATH 39100 3 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. 3 Meth. Of Diff. Eqs. MATH 39200 3 MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3 General Science General Science

129 BIO 10100 4 BIO 10100 Biological Foundations 4 Biological Foundations General Chemistry I 4 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 CHEM 10301 Genera 4 CHEM 10401 l Chemistry II 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II Earth Systems Science* EAS 10600 EAS 10600 Earth Systems Science 4 4 Secondary Education Concentration Secondary Education Concentration PHYS 35100 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35100 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35400 tism II 3 PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism II 3 Electricity & Magne Electives to be chosen in consultation Electives to be chosen in consultation 6 6 with the advisor with the advisor 67 65 Total credits Total credits in this concentration *Physics majors will have a choice between PHYS 36100 or EAS 10600. The number of credits for Math 20100 and 20200 has been changed to reflect the number of lecture hours of the a) Rationale : course. Consequently, the number of credits required has been changed for the major. There are no changes to the number of courses. b) The course PHYS 36100 has been added. Students pursuing this concentration will have a choice between PHYS 36100 and EAS 10600.

130 AIII. 1.5 B.S. in Physics (Standard Concentration) Program: Physics Department: 1902.00 HEGIS Code: Program Code: 02245, 60126 Fall 2018 Effective: From To Name Course Number Course Number Name Crs Crs Core Requirements Core Requirements for all Physics Basic Courses Basic Courses for all Physics Majors Majors PHYS 20700 4 PHYS 20700 University Physics I 4 University Physics I University Physics II 4 PHYS 20800 4 PHYS 20800 University Physics II University Physics III 4 PHYS 20900 University Physics III 4 PHYS 20900 S 35300 3 PHYS 35300 Electricity & Magnetism I Electricity & Magnetism I 3 PHY PHYS 36100 Math. Methods in Phys. 4 PHYS 37100 2 PHYS 37100 Advanced Lab I 2 Advanced Lab I Thermo. & Stat. Phys. 3 PHYS 45100 3 PHYS 45100 Thermo. & Stat. Phys. Mathematics Mathematics MATH 20100 Calculus I 4 MATH 20100 Calculus I 3 MATH 20200 Calculus II 4 MATH 20200 3 Calculus II MATH 20300 4 MATH 20300 Calculus III Calculus III 4 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eq. 3 MATH 39100 Meth. Of Diff. Eq. 3 MATH 39200 MATH 39200 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3 Lin. Alg. & Vect. Analysis 3

131 General General Science Science Biological Foundations BIO 10100 Biological Foundations 4 4 BIO 10100 General Chem istry I 4 CHEM 10301 CHEM 10301 General Chemistry I 4 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II 4 CHEM 10401 General Chemistry II Earth Systems Science 4 EAS 10600 Comp. Science (1 from the Comp. Science (1 from the following) following) MATH 32800 3 MATH 32800 Meth. of Num. Analysis 3 Meth. of Num. Analysis Intro. Appl. Math. Comp. 3 MATH 36600 Intro. Appl. Math. Comp. 3 MATH 36600 CSC 10200 Intro. to Computing 3 CSC 10200 Intro. to Computing 3 CSC 10400 4 CSC 10400 Discrete Math. Structures 4 Discrete Math. Structures Standard Physics Concentration Standard Physics Concentration Mechanics 4 PHYS 35100 Mechanics 4 PHYS 35100 Electricity & Magnet 3 PHYS 35400 ism II 3 PHYS 35400 Electricity & Magnetism II Advanced Physics Lab II 2 PHYS 47100 Advanced Physics Lab II 2 PHYS 47100 PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 PHYS 55100 Quantum Mechanics 4 3 PHYS 55200 Quantum Physics II Quantum Physics II 3 PHYS 55200 PHYS 55600 Current Topics 1 PHYS 55600 Curr ent Topics 1 1 elective from the following 1 elective from the following PHYS 31000 Independent Study 3 PHYS 31000 Independent Study 3 PHYS 31500 3 PHYS 31500 Medical Physics Medical Physics 3 PHYS 42200 Biophysics 3 P HYS 42200 Biophysics 3 PHYS 42300 PHYS 42300 Biophysics Applications 3 Biophysics Applications 3

132 PHYS 45400 3 PHYS 45400 Descriptive Astronomy 3 Descriptive Astronomy Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS 52200 Biomedical Physics 3 PHYS 52200 3 PHYS 55400 e Physics Solid State Physics 3 PHYS 55400 Solid Stat Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. 3 PHYS 55500 PHYS 55500 Phys. & Chem. of Matrls. 3 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 4 PHYS V0100 Math. Meth. in Physics 4 PHYS V1100 4 PHYS V1100 Analytical Dynamics Analytical Dynam ics 4 PHYS V1500 Electromag Theory I 4 PHYS V1500 Electromag. Theory I 4 PHYS V1600 4 PHYS V1600 Electromag. Theory II 4 Electromag Theory II 4 PHYS V2500 PHYS V2500 Quantum Mechanics I 4 Quantum Mechanics I PHYS V2600 4 PHYS V2600 Quantum Mechanics II Quantum Mechanics II 4 Total credits 77 - 79 75 - 77 Total credits The number of credits for Math 20100 and 20200 has been changed to reflect the number of lecture hours of the : Rationale course. Consequently, the number of credits required has been changed for the major. There are no changes to the number of courses. The course PHYS 36100 has been added, and to maintain same number of overall credits EAS 10600 has been dropped as a requirement.

133 AIII. 2.1 Program: MS in Earth System Sc ience and Environmental Engineering 1917.00 HEGIS Code: Program Code: 35981 Effective: Spring 2019 The following is the revised curriculum for the MS in Earth Systems and Environmental Engineering (ESEE) Degree. Revisions: -listed with SUS 7200C (this is a core course, required for MS degree). This course counts for 4 credits 1) Adding choice of EAS B4800, which is cross action wit h additional skills due to an additional section of computing laboratory. Many students preferred to take this class already and expressed satisf developed in this course. 2) EES courses used to be offered by the Graduate Center, are not available anymore. 3) Curriculum Committee suggested to extend list of NON_STEM courses with these SUS graduate courses: SUS 7100A - Environme ntal Planning or SUS 7300C - Industrial Ecology And Life Cycle Analysis or SUS 7600C - Env Policymaking or SUS 8300A - Applied Resilience by Design or PSM B1700 - Economics of Sustainability . Public Policy SUS 7400C - 4) EE I2200 Image Processing ble course, offered by EE Department. is suita 5) EAS B9105 Fund Atmospheric Sci is replaced with EAS B3090 Fund Atmos Science . 6) CSC I0802 Web/Geogrph Info Sys is offered now by the Computer Science Department. 7) SUS 7600B Design of Mechanical Sy stems for Sustainable Buildings is cross listed with the engineering course of ME G2300 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning . 8) SUS 7200B (CHE I4000) Energy Systems Engineering for Global Sustainability is suitable course, offered by ChE Department . . ME I3900 Solar Energy is suitable course, offered by M E Department 9)

134 10) The following courses are added as distribution courses, because they are of high demand by students: Advanced Data Analysis 3 CE G1101 Phase I Environmental Site Assessmen 3 ts EAS B3300 EAS B3400 Phase II Environmental Site Assessments 3 Statistics in Earth and Env EAS B9036 3 Curriculum Committee Meeting (Dec 4 , 2017 ) Vote: Unanimous 12- 0 arco Castaldi; F red Moshary; Prathap R amamurthy ; Michael Bobker; Barry Gr oss; A lex Gilerson; Attendance: M Balazs Fekete; Johnny Z. Luo; Kyle McDonald; ; Pengfei Zhang ; Brian V ant -Hull Liubov Kreminska Approved by the Earth Systems Science and Environmental Engineering Curriculum Committee on December 4, 2017 Approved by the Grove School of Engineering Graduate Curriculum Committee on April 12, 2018 Approved by the Grove School of Engineering Faculty on May 17, 2018 To From Course Number Crs Course Number Name Name Crs Core Requirements EE G6904 Advanced Statistics and Non - linear Analysi s 3 EE G6904 Advanced Statistics and Non - linear Analysis 3 ENGR G6601 Environmental Modeling for Earth Systems 3 ENGR G6601 Environmental Modeling for Earth Systems 3 Sciences and Engineering Sciences and Engineering SUS 7200C Sustainable Aquatic, Terrestrial and 3 A). SUS 7200C Sustainable Aquatic, Terrestrial and 3 Atmospheric Systems Atmospheric Systems Or B). EAS B4800 Sustainability of Terrestrial, Aquatic and 4 Atmospheric Systems proved One Ap 3 3 One Approve d Non -STEM Non -STEM EES 71600: Environmental Ethics Course From Course From The Political EES 79903: List The List Ecology/Environmental Justice EES 79903: Environmental Social Science I: Interdisciplinary Perspective PSM B1600: Management of Public PSM B1600: Management of Public Organizations Organizations or or

135 ECO B6000: Introduction to Economic mic ECO B6000: Introduction to Econo Development Development or or UD 61004: Urban Ecologies I UD 61004: Urban Ecologies I or or ENGR H7600: Engineering and ENGR H7600: Engineering and Business Law Business Law SUS 7100A - Environmental Planning or SUS 7300C - Industrial Ecology And Life Cycle Analysis or SUS 7600C - Env Policymaking or SUS 8300A - Applied Resilienc e by Design or PSM B1700 - Public Policy SUS 7400C - Economics of Sustainability 9 nimum 2 of engineering , mi See tables below See tables below , minimum 2 of engineering 9 3 Courses in a 3 Courses in a designator designator specific area specific area of of concentration concentration 6 See tables below , minimum 1 of engineering , minimum 1 of engineering 2 Distribution 6 2 Distribution See tables below courses designator designator courses ENGR I9900 Final Project in ESEE 3 ENGR I9900 Final Project in ESEE 3 Core Requirements 12 Requirements 12 Core Total Requirements 30 Total Requirements 30 - 31 Courses in a specific area of concentration: Water Resource Engineering Management

136 Course Description Crs Course Description Crs Water and Wastewater Treatment 3 CE G7100 Water and Wastewater Treatment 3 CE G7100 Surface Water Quality Modeling CE G7300 Surface Water Quality Modeling 3 3 CE G7300 Macro - Scale Hydrology 3 CE G8100 CE G8100 - Scale Hydrology 3 Macro ysis 3 CE G9100 Water Resources Systems Anal Water Resources Systems Analysis 3 CE G9100 Advanced Hydraulics 3 CE H0700 Advanced Hydraulics 3 CE H0700 CE H0800 Applied Hydraulics in Engineering 3 CE H0800 Applied Hydraulics in Engineering 3 Engineer 3 CE H1200 ing Hydrology 3 CE H1200 Engineering Hydrology Environmental Chemistry 3 CHEM A1100 Environmental Chemistry 3 CHEM A1100 Environmental Organic Chemistry 3 CHEM A1200 Environmental Organic Chemistry 3 CHEM A1200 3 3 CE H7700 CE H7700 Biolo gical Systems in Environmental Biological Systems in Environmental Engineering Engineering EAS A1300 Environmental Geochemistry 3 EAS A1300 Environmental Geochemistry 3 EAS A2300 3 EAS A2300 Subsurface Remediation 3 Subsurface Remediation Hydrology 3 EAS B4500 3 EAS B4500 Hydrology Grou ndwater Hydrology 3 EAS B4600 Groundwater Hydrology 3 EAS B4600 Courses in a specific area of concentration: Climate and Remote Sensing Course Description Crs Course Description Crs 3 EE G6800 Optic Remote Sensing Optic Remote Sensing 3 EE G6800 EE G6902 Remot e Snsng - Surv 3 EE G6902 Remote Snsng - Surv 3 EE G6903 3 EE G6903 Remote Sensing 3 Remote Sensing EE I0100 3 EE I0100 Probability and Stochastic Processes Probability and Stochastic Processes 3 CSc I0807 Image Processing 3 CSc I0807 Image Processing 3 Image Processing 3 EE I2200 EAS B8800 Climate and Climate Change 3 EAS B8800 Climate and Climate Change 3 EAS B9105 Fund Atmospheric Sci 3 EAS B3090 Fund Atmos Science 3

137 EES 79903 3 Geoinformatics and GIS Courses in a specific area of concentration: Description Crs Description Crs Course Course Geogrph Info Sys C E 3 CE G0800 CE G0800 E 3 Geogrph Info Sys C IS Water Resources 3 CE G0801 G IS Water Resources 3 CE G0801 G Remote Snsng - Surv 3 EE G6902 EE G6902 Remote Snsng - Surv 3 E Adv Geo g Info System 3 E AS B9012 Adv Geog Info System 3 AS B9012 EES 79904 3 Data Reduction in the Physical Sciences 3 CSc I6730 Data Reduction in the Physical Sciences CSc I6730 3 EAS B4400 Global Environmental Hazards 3 Global Environmental Hazards 3 EAS B4400 EAS A4170 Satellite Meteorology 3 EAS A4170 Satellite Meteorology 3 CSC I0802 3 Web/Geogrph Info Sys Energy and Environment Courses in a specific area of concentration: Description Course Course Description Crs Crs Low - Energy Buildings 3 SUS 7300A Low - Energy Buildings 3 SUS 7300A Sustainable Energy Conversion Systems 3 SUS 7900B 3 Sustainable Energy Conversion Systems SUS 7900B Design of Mechanical Systems for Sustainable 3 SUS 7600B Design of Mechanical Systems for Sustainable 3 SUS 7600B Buildings Buildings Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning G2300 ME 3 3 ME G3300 ME G3300 3 Solar Energy Solar Energy SUS 7200B (CHE 3 Energy Systems Engineering for I4000) Global Sustainability ME I3900 Solar Energy 3

138 ourses Distribution c Description Crs Course Crs Description Course Water and Wastewater Treatment 3 CE G7100 Water and Wastewater Treatment CE G7100 3 ENGR I9500 3 ENGR I9500 Professional Seminar and Special Topics in ional Seminar and Special Topics in 3 Profess Earth Systems & Environmental Engineering Earth Systems & Environmental Engineering Macro - Scale Hydrology 3 CE G8100 Macro - CE G8100 3 Scale Hydrology CHEM A1100 Environmental Chemistry 3 CHEM A1100 Environmental Chemistry 3 3 E E G6800 Optic Remote Sensing 3 EE G6800 Optic Remote Sensing Remote Sensing 3 EE G6903 Remote Sensing 3 EE G6903 EAS B8800 Climate and Climate Change 3 Climate and Climate Change 3 EAS B8800 CE G0800 Geogrph Info Sys C E 3 CE G0800 Geogrph Info Sys C E 3 G CE G0801 Water Resources 3 CE G0801 IS IS Water Resources 3 G Data Reduction in the Physical Sciences 3 CSc I6730 Data Reduction in the Physical Sciences 3 CSc I6730 Global Environmental Hazards 3 EAS B4400 3 Global Environmental Hazards EAS B4400 Design of Mechanical Syst ems for Sustainable 3 SUS 7600B Design of Mechanical Systems for Sustainable 3 SUS 7600B Buildings Buildings ME G3300 3 ME G3300 Solar Energy 3 Solar Energy CE G1101 Advanced Data Analysis 3 EAS B3300 Phase I Environmental Site Assessments 3 EAS B3400 Phase II Environmental Site Assessments 3 EAS B9036 Statistics in Earth and Env 3

139 AIII. 2.2 Program: Master’s of Engineering Degree in Mechanical Engineering Mechani cal Engineering Department: HEGIS Code: 0910.00 Program Code: 02183, 80267 Effective: Fall 2019

140 To From Crs Name Course Number Name Crs Course Number Required: Required: Engr I1100: Introduction to Engineering Analysis 3 ... Engr I1100: Introduction to Engineering Analysis 3 ... 3 ME I 0200: Applied Fluid Mechanics ... ME I 0200: Applied Fluid Mechanics ... 3 3 3 ... ME I4200: Applied Stress Analysis or ME I5400 Applied Elasticity ME I4200: Applied Stress Analysis or ME I5400 Applied Elasticity ... Tech nical Electives: Take Five to Seven Courses from of Three Groups: Technical Electives: Take Five to Seven Courses from of Three Groups: ME I4400: Nano- ME I4400: Nano- ... Micromechanics 3 ... Micromechanics 3 3 3 ... ME I4500: Mechanics and Physics of Solids ME I4500: Mechanics and Physics of Solids ... 3 3 ... ... ME I4700: Physical Properties of Materials ME I4700: Physical Properties of Materials ME I6200: Advanced Vibrations 3 ... ME I6200: Advanced Vibrations ... 3 ME I4600: Computational Fluid Dynamics ... 3 ME I4600: Computational Fluid Dynamic s ... 3 3 3 ... Computational Fluid Dynamics ME I5000: Advanced ... ME I5000: Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics ME I1700: Finite Element Methods 3 ... ME I1700: Finite Element Methods ... 3 ... 3 ... ME I5766: Boundary Element Methods 3 ME I5766: Boundary Element Methods ...1/3 ME I0000: Seminars ...1/3 ME I0000: Seminars ME I0100: Introduction to Research...3 ME I0100: Introduction to Research...3 ME I6500: Computer Aided Design... 3 ME I6500: Computer Aided Desi gn ... 3 ME I6700: Composite Materials ME I6700: Composite Materials 3 ... ... 3 3 ME I6900: Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics 3 ... ME I6900: Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics ... ME I5800: Trajectories and Orbits 3 ME I5800: Trajectories and Orbits ... ... 3 ... 3 3 ... ME I6800: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos ME I6800: Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos ME I4800: Accidental Injury Biomechanics Safety Design 3 ... ME I4800: Accidental Injury Biomechanics Safety Design 3 ... 3 3 ME I6400: Stress Wave in Solids ME I6400: Stress Wave in Solids ... ... ... rgy Engineering ... 3 3 ME I3900: Solar Ene ME I3900: Solar Energy Engineering 3 ... 3 ... I3100: Steam and Gas Turbines ME I3100: Steam and Gas Turbines ME ... I3600: Conduction Heat Transfer ME ... ME I3600: Conduction Heat Transfer 3 3 I3700: Convection Heat Transfer ME ME ... 3 3 ... I3700: Convection Heat Transfer ... 3 3 ... ME I5200: Applied Plasticity ME I5200: Applied Plasticity ... 3 ME I6300: Mechanical Control Systems ME I6300: Mechanical Control Systems ... 3 ... 3 3 ME G0700: Computer Aided Mechanism Design ME G0700: Computer Aided Mechanism Desi gn... ME G2300: Heati 3 3 ... ME G2300: Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning ... ng, Ventilating and Air Conditioning ... ME G4100: Mechatronics: Principles and Practice ... 3 3 ME G4100: Mechatronics: Principles and Practice 3 -Newtonian Fluid Mechanics ME G4300: Non ... ME G4300: Non 3 -Newtonian Fluid Mechanics ... ME G3400: Advanced Heat Transfer ... 3 ... ME G3400: Advanced Heat Transfer 3 ... ME G4800: Auto Safety Design 3 ME G4800: Auto Safety Design... 3 ME G4900: Advanced Topics in Fluid Dynamics ... 3 ... mics ME G4900: Advanced Topics in Fluid Dyna 3 3 ME G7600: Multiphysics Computations ... 3 tiphysics Computations ... ME G7600: Mul ME G6100: Wind Energy Fundamentals and Applications ... 3 3 ME G6100: Wind Energy Fundamentals and Applications ... ME G7200: ME G7200: Sensors and Controls for Buildings 3 ... ... 3 Sensors and Controls for Buildings ME G7400: Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing ... 3 3 ... ME G7400: Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing ... 3 ... Structure Interactions ME G7500: Fluid- ME G7500: Fluid- 3 Structure Interactions ME G7300: Sustainable Energy Conversio n Systems ...3 ...3 ble Energy Conversion Systems ME G7300: Sustaina 3 ME G7700: Environmental Fluid Dynamics ME G7700: Environmental Fluid Dynamics ... 3 ... ME G0300: Computer Aided Manufacturing ... 3 3 ... ME G0300: Computer Aided Manufacturing ... 3 ... 3 ME G0600: Thermal Systems Design ME G0600: Thermal Systems Design Engineering: Engineering: 3 ... I1700: Finite Element Methods in Engineering ENGR ENGR I1700: Finite Element Methods in Engineering ... 3 3 I4200: Continuum Mec hanics ENGR I4200: Continuum Mechanics 3 ENGR

141 : Rationale The proposed change will modify the admission requirements of the Master’s degree pr ogram in Mechanical Engineering program to include Graduate Record Examinations scores . Justification for this change: Enhanced Admission requirements in the Master’s program in Mechanical Engineering will take into consideration variabilities among UG p rograms, provide common measures for comparing qualifications of applicants, ensure prerequisite knowledge in field and assis t students with their transitioning to graduate school. This change is in line with other peer institutions and other programs in t he Grove School. The course requirements of the Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering core courses and technical electives remain unchanged. The Mechanical Engineering Faculty approved this change by a unanimous vote during the faculty meeting on 03/13/2018.

142 AIV. 1 Career [x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic Level Course Number ANTH 25700 Course Title Anthropology of Childhood Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [ x ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) This course introduces the interdisciplinary field of childhood studies through an anthropological lens. Catalog Description The category of “chi ldhood” is analyzed through ethnographic studies that reveal the diversity of experiences, relationships, and values that surround childhood (infancy to adolescence) in different cultural contexts. Children as social and political actors are foregrounded. General Education [ X] Not Applicable Component [ ] Required [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creat ive Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

143 AIV. 2 [x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory Academic Level [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial AN TH 32500 Course Number Course Title Anthropology of War & Trauma None Prerequisite None Corequisite 3 Hours 3 Credits [ x ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description al study of violence, specifically of war, aftermaths and the This course pursues an anthropologic sequaelae of trauma. Theoretical and ethnographic work will address people’s experiences of a continuum of violence. Key thinkers, critical case studies, and topics such as women and war, ency, and ethical research will be examined. insurg General Education [ X] Not Applicable [ ] Required Component [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience i n its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World Rationale This course is one of the Department’s 300 - level offerings and can fulfill the major requirement for on e 300 level elective. It speaks to the Department’s commitment to addressing pressing issues and pursuing a public anthropology in its curriculum and also further develops the curriculum in medical anthropology because of the attention to trauma. It expand s the Department’s cross - cultural offerings

144 and addresses critical contemporary issues from an ethnographic and theoretical perspective that can have policy implications. It may be of particular interest to students looking toward careers in contexts in fields such as development, humanitarianism, human rights or who wish to international pursue professional work in the U.S. with populations fleeing from war and other contexts of violence. AIV. 3 [x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ Academic Level ] Remedial Course Number ANTH 32600 Course Title Anthropology of Disability: From Memoir to Ethnography Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [ x ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) This course introduces students to the anthropology of disability. It explores cross - cultural and Catalog Description is key to theorizing sociopolitical questions around the body, impairment, ability, and how disability difference, inclusion and the making of a broader humanity across cultural contexts. Texts include memoirs, ethnographies, and theories of disability. General Education [ X] Not Applicable Component [ ] Required [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World Rationale This course addresses key topics in the anthropology of disability, a significant and emerging sub - field in

145 anthropology that incorporates biological, cultural, and linguistic theories of anthropology. The course addresses the Dep artment’s commitment to an engaged or public anthropology as the anthropology of disability necessarily addresses disability studies activism. It also fulfills the major requirement for a 300 level elective course and addresses students’ requests for more courses in medical anthropology. It may be useful to those who may be looking toward careers in education, international development, social work and the health fields.

146 AIV. 4 Career ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [x Level [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic SOC 34100 Course Number Title Disability Studies Course Prerequisite None Corequisite None 3 Hours Credits 3 [ x ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensive, WAC, et c) Description Surveys this Catalog transformative interdisciplinary field, informed by critical approaches to race, gender and sexuality, offers an approach to disability as a social, which and cultural category and a political, personal identity and lived experience. Readings include current and historical material, theoretical and empirical, from social sciences, humanities, and arts. the Education General [ X ] Not Applicable [ ] [ ] Flexible Required Component Composition [ ] World Cultures English [ ] Mathematics [ ] [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] [ ] Creative Expression Science [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World Rationale Disabi lity Studies began to take shape as an academic field in the 1980s, drawing partly on the insights Gay of earlier still being established – such as Black, fields and Lesbian, and Women’s Studies – critical and that also emerged conjunction with social m ovements for civil rights and cultural acceptance. in

147 Disability flourished in the 1990s and now is Studies regarded as theoretically cutting - edge because of the ways in which disability as difference is transforming a host of relevant areas, academic, legal and prevalence cultural. demographic reasons, the growing for of disabled people makes it a Further, crucial area of study for undergraduates and suggests ever greater awareness of disability in general and across the social sciences and humanities

148 AIV. 5 Career ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [x [ Level [ x ] Regular ] Compensatory ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic [ Number SOC Course 34200 Course Title Globalization None Prerequisite None Corequisite 3 Hours 3 Credits Arts [ x Liberal Yes [ ] No ] Course Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description Examines the structures, processes and interactions that make up contemporary globalization in the economy, politics, media, social movements, civil society, migration, and the environment. It culture, its debates historical emergence of globalization and the causes and consequences in considers about life and emphasizes the importance of understanding race, everyday gender and other categories class, of oppression how they are deployed through and relations in the global order. power General Education Applicable [ X ] Not Required [ ] Flexible [ ] Component [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] [ ] Creative Expression Science [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

149 licit Rationale Sociology department offers only a few courses that have an exp The international or global focus, e.g. and Ethnicity in International Perspective, Global Race and Social Change in Developing Inequalities, Countries. This course will boost its offerings with a global dimension and enhance its established will curriculum, focused on American society. Globalization is more also contribute an important which component to the department’s concentration in urban studies as well as serving as a foundational are course study of global processes related to forms of inequ ality that in the well covered by the current curriculum.

150 AIV. 6 Career ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [x Level [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic Number SOC 34300 Course Course Sociology of the Af rican American Experience Title Prerequisite None None Corequisite 3 Hours 3 Credits Arts [ x ] Liberal [ ] No Yes Course Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description Provides a deep understanding of the ways that African - America ns have been the object of sociological study and of sociological knowledge. By exploring historical and contemporary phenomena, producers location will understanding of the social a critical of African -Americans in students develop education, residence, culture, politics and other areas of society. (Cross employment, with Black -listed Studies.) ] [ General Education Not Applicable x [ ] Required Component [ ] Flexible [ ] English [ ] World Cu ltures Composition US Mathematics [ ] [ ] Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

151 Rationale course fulfills a number of needs across the The curric ulum in Sociology and Black Studies. The course provides a deep dive into the conditions facing African -Americans from a sociological and historical of the perspective. in the midst of Harlem, one location world’s most significant Black/African CCNY’s Amer ican neighborhoods, make the need for a such a course all the more significant. The course has fall. previously with full enrollments in the run It is offered once a year.

152 AV. 1 From To [ ] Undergraduate [ x ] Graduate aduate [x ] Graduate Career [ ] Undergr Career ME G3400 Course Number ME I3400 Course Number Advanced Heat Transfer Course Name Advanced Heat Transfer Course Name Prerequisite Students are required to have Students are required to have previous knowledge Prerequisite of ME 43300 or ChE 34200 or equivalent and ENGR previous knowledge of ME 43300 or ChE 34200 or equivalent and ENGR I1100 or equivalent. I1100 or equivalent. None Corequisite None Corequisite Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Liberal Arts?? [ x ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] Yes [ x ] No Course Mathematics, physics intensive Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Description Conservation equations for mass, Description Conservation equations for mass, momentum and energy. Conduction with energy gen eration, momentum and energy. Conduction with energy generation, transpiration cooling, and phase transformation. transpiration cooling, and phase Boundary layer approximations. Laminar heat transfer from flat plates and tubes. Heat transfer transformation. Boundary layer approximations. Laminar heat in free convection. Turbulent flow heat transfer. transfer from flat plates and tubes. Heat transfer in free convection. Turbulent flow heat transfer. Rationale Course with temporarily number needs t o become permanent

153 General [x ] Not Applicable Education [ ] Required [ ] Flexible Designation [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Sc [ ] Creative Expression ience [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

154 AV. 2 Fall 2018 Effective: From To [ ] Undergraduate [ x ] Graduate Career Career [ ] Undergraduate [x ] Graduate mber G4800 Course Number ME I 4900 Course Nu Automotive Safety Design and Injury Course Name Course Name Vehicle Safety Design and Biomechanics Biomechanics Undergraduate ME 472 or equivalent, ME 371 Prerequisite Prerequisite Undergraduate ME 472 or equivalent, ME 371 or or equivalent, ME 330 or equivalent with equivalent, ME 330 or equivalent with departmental permission; Knowledge of CAD/FE software is also department al permission; Knowledge of required CAD/FE software is also required None Corequisite Corequi site None Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits Credits 3 3 [ x ] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts?? [ ] Yes [ x ] No [ ] Yes Course Design, Biomechanics, analysis, simulation and modeling intensive Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Description In thi s course, the state - of - the - art and new art and new - the - of - Description In this course, the state technologies and design changes in all types of design changes in automotive industry that are geared towards safety issues and injury vehicles, and in particular automotive industry, that prevention of occupants will be discussed. are geared towards safety issues and injury Specifically, the topics of the course are: prevention of occupants will be discussed. Vehicle body design; crashworthiness of the Specifically, the topics of th e course are: Vehicle

155 body; stability of vehicles; restraint system body design; crashworthiness of the body; stability of vehicles; restraint system and supplemental and supplemental restraint systems such as seatbelts, pre -tensioner restraint systems such as seatbelts, pre -tensioner and airbags; crash and airbags; crash sensors; seat and interior safety; sensors; seat and interior safety; occupant protection systems; codes and FMVSS occupant protection systems; c odes and FMVSS standards; NHTSA standards and crash tests; ts; standards; NHTSA standards and crash tes simulation and accident reconstruction; simulation and accident reconstruction; biomechanics of occupant kinematics; brief biomechanics of occupant kinematics; brief anatomy; injury classification; and mechanisms of anatomy; injury classification; and mechanisms of occupant injuries. occupant injuries. The students are required to design and an alyze a safety feature of a vehicle. The students are required to design and analyze a safety feature of a vehicle. Rationale Course with temporarily number needs to become permanent: The name and the content of the course were slightly changed to cover a broader area of Vehicles including, cars, motorcycles, bikes and ATVs, and kinematics and biomechanics of the occupants; Safe human interaction with equipment and devices requires knowledge of biomechanics and human body dynamics. There is a need for a course to address these issues that are becoming prevalent in recent years. In the past six years the course has been offered. General Not Applicable [x ] [ ] Required [ ] Flexible Education [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures Designation [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experi ence in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

156 AV. 3 Effective: Spring 2019 To From [ ] Undergraduate [ x ] Graduate Career Career [ ] Undergr aduate [x ] Graduate ME G6100 Course Number ME I6100 Course Number Course Name Wind Energy Fundamentals and Wind Energy Fundamentals and Course Name Applications Applications Prerequisite Undergraduate fluid mechanics Undergraduate fluid mechanics Or Prerequisite equivalent with departmental approval; ME356 symbolic language matlab tal Or equivalent with departmen approval; symbolic language matlab Corequisite None Corequisite None Hours Hours 3 3 Credits 3 Credits 3 [ ] Yes Liberal Arts?? No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ x ] No [ x ] Course Attribute Mathematics, physics, computations intensive (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) In this course we consider the wind Description wind In this course we consider the Description resources to extract energy. The resources to extract energy. The aerodynamics aerodynamics of wind turbines are e developed based on of wind turbines ar loped based on classical blade deve classical blade momentum theory and on momentum theory and on numerical numerical solutions of advanced transport solutions of advanced transport equations. Betz limit is discussed and equations. Betz limit is discussed and innovative concepts are described to illustrate innovative concepts are described to principles. Advanced topics are presented illustrate principles. Advanced topics

157 are presented including resource ment, wake, losses including resource assess and uncertainties. Term project is assigned wake, assessment, losses and involving the use of Computational Fluid uncertainties. Term project is Dynamics to evaluate wind turbine systems. assigned involving the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics to evaluate wind turbine systems. Rationale Course with temporarily number needs to become permanent General Education [x ] No t Applicable [ ] Required [ ] Flexible Designation [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual a nd Society [ ] Scientific World

158 AV. 4 Effective: Fall 18 To From [ ] Undergraduate [ X ] Graduate Career Same Career EDSE 7603G Course Number Same Course Number Course Name Same Course Name Seminar on Student Teaching in Secondary School s Prerequisite Same Prerequisite None Corequisite EDSE 7600G and EDUC 1900G Corequisite Same Hours 1 hr./wk. Hours 2 hr./wk. Credits Credits 2 1 Liberal Arts?? [ ] Yes [ X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X ] No Course N/A Attribute (e.g. W riting Intensive, WAC, etc) This course provides an opportunity for Description This course provides an opportunity for Description graduate Secondary Education candidates graduate Secondary Education candidates to reflect about their student teaching to reflect about their student teaching experiences and a forum to discuss experiences and a forum to discuss relevant relevant issues in education. Weekly issues in educatio n. Weekly topics include: topics include: Literacy; Planning for Literacy; Planning for Instruction, Instruction, Differentiated Instruction and UDL; Classroom Management; Grading Differentiated Instruction and UDL; and Assessment (including assessment of Classroom Management; Grading and

159 teaching); and Home - - Community School Assessment (including assessment of Connections. Candidates will compile a -School -Community teaching); and Home portfolio that documents their growth as a Connections. Candidates will compile a teacher. Coreq.: EDSE 7600G, EDUC portfolio t hat documents their growth as a 1900G. 1 hr/wk.; 1 cr. teacher. Coreq.: EDSE 7600G, EDUC 1900G. 2 hr./wk.; 2 cr. Rationale The proposed credit change responds to the need to increase contact time in the student teaching seminar in order to address new challenges that student te achers face (e.g., preparation of the portfolio assessment required for state certification). Changing the number of credits from 1 to 2 will more accurately reflect the amount of work required for this course and will make the seminar more similar to othe r student teaching seminars offered by other programs in the School of Education. General [ X ] Not Applicable [ ] Required [ ] Flexible Education [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures Designation [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

160 AV. 5 Effective: Fall 18 To From [ ] Undergraduate [ X ] Graduate Career Same Career EDSE 7600G Course Number Same Course Number Course Name iddle and Same Course Name Student Teaching in M Secondary Prerequisite Same Prerequisite None Corequisite EDSE 7603G and EDUC 1900G Corequisite Same Hours 300 hours per semester Hours Same Credits Credits 4 2 [ ] Yes [ X ] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts?? [ ] Yes [ X ] No Course Attribute N/A (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Description Students will be assigned, under supervision, Description Students will be assigned, under to a middle and/or secondary school as supervision, to a middle and/or for a minimum of 300 hours. student teachers secondary school as student These hours are subject to regulations teachers for a minimum of 300 currently in force in the school system. Open hours. These hours are subject to only to matriculants. Advance approval by regulations currently in force in the -req.: EDSE program director required. Co school system. Open only to 7603G and EDUC 1900G. 4 cr. matriculants. Advance approval by program director required. Co -req.: EDSE 7603G and EDUC 1900G. 2 cr.

161 Rationale The proposed credit change is intended to reflect the intensive nature of the student teaching experience and to make this course more similar to other student teaching courses offered by other programs in the School of Education. General licable [ X ] Not App Education Designation [ ] Required [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

162 AV. 6 From To Undergr aduate [ ] Graduate [ [ x] x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career Career Number SOC 25200 Course Number SAME Course Social Class Course Name Social Inequality Course Name NONE Prerequisite SAME Prerequisite NONE Corequisite SAME Corequisite 3 Hours SAME Hours Credits SAME Credits 3 Arts?? [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Attribute Course The application of various theories of social and classical to students introduces course This Description Description stratification along stratification of social theories and of societies to studies contemporary multiple dimensions of inequality. It emphasizes communities. The relationships of class and political educational, to familial, positions inequality class, race, and gender within and along across generations, time periods, and places. behavior. economic Rationale new name and description of this course more accurately reflect the current state of The scholarship in the field of social stratification. also emphasize that socia l stratification occurs They multiple dimensions of inequality and should be along studied from an intersectional perspective that goes beyond classical theories of stratification by class. Applicable General Education [ x ] Not [ ] Required Designation [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity

163 [ [ Science ] ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society ] [ Scientifi c World

164 AV. 7 From To [ x] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [ x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career Number SOC 24100 Course Number Course SAME Criminology and Corrections Course Name Course Name Criminology Prerequisi te SAME Prerequisite NONE NONE Corequisite SAME Corequisite Hours Hours SAME 3 Credits 3 Credits SAME Liberal Arts?? [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute Theories of crime causation and the Description Description This course will introduce students to social response to crime. Nat extent, major contemporary theories in criminology. It also will ure, justice inal of crim implications societal the discuss types, and distribution of criminal behavior. policies, situate those policies in their social and and of police impact changing The the courts. historical and delineate key contexts, concepts within those policies. criminological Rationale The new title better reflects the current state of the field as well as the actual content o f the course.

165 General Applicable [ x ] Not [ ] Required Education [ ] Flexible Designation [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Scienc [ ] Creative Expression e [ ] Individual and Society ] [ Scientific World

166 AV. 8 From To [ x] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [ x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career Number SOC 24200 Course Number SAME Course Juvenile Delinquency Course Name Juvenile Justice Course Name NONE Prerequisite Prerequisite SAME Corequisite NONE Corequisite SAME 3 Hours SAME Hours Credits SAME Credits 3 Arts?? [ X ] Yes [ Liberal No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No ] Course Attribute Description Theories of delinquency and youth crime, and origins historical the at looks course This Description of juvenile including types major in America. justice of state contemporary the extent and of the juvenile creation/evolution include Topics delinquent impact of labeling, and the behavior, court, of adolescence notions changing the and into society. of re-entry Analysis of explanations and course The as diversion. such issues youth, causation, delinquency prevention, control led goal web of individual, complex the is to illustrate alternatives treatment. to Strategies of diversion, cultural factors underlying the causes social and of use drug court, juvenile the incarceration, and responses judicial and delinquency. to juvenile the and possibility policy, public of decriminalization. more Rationale The new title and description reflect accurately the content of the course.

167 General Education [ x ] Not Applicable Required Designation [ ] Flexible [ ] [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] [ ] Creative Expression Science [ ] Individual and Society ] [ Scientific World

168 AV. 9 To From x] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ [ x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career Career Number SOC 24800 Course Number SAME Course Course Name Course Name Deviance Studies in Deviant Behavior Prerequisite NONE Prerequisite SAME NONE Corequisite SAME Core quisite 3 Hours Hours SAME Credits SAME Credits 3 Arts?? [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Attribute Course Sources and effects of differences in behavioral norms some ow h considers critically course This Description actions or Description understood and society at large as shaped and between to be come groups groups deviant sexual deviates, drug (criminals, cultural addicts, “deviant.” It situates such labels of deviance within Power structure and the social definition deviates). historical context the and social and broader their the and of deviancy. Stigma, alienation and control resulting consequences of those labels for individuals of problems value and society more broadly. relativism. nale The new title and description reflect more accurately the content of the course. Ratio General [ x Education ] Not Applicable Designation [ ] Required [ ] Flexible [ ] English [ ] World Cultur es Composition [ ] [ ] US Experience in its Diversity Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

169 AV. 10 From To x] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Caree r [ x ] Undergraduate [ ] Career Graduate [ SOC 25500 Course Number SOC 25500 Number Course Course Course Name Name Demography Population and Human Ecology NONE Prerequisite Prerequisite SAME Corequisite NONE Corequisite SAME 3 Hours SAME Hours C redits SAME Credits 3 Arts?? [ X ] Yes [ Liberal ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute Description The determinants and consequences of human migration - population key three to students introduces course This Description and fertility, sses: proce level mortality, differential population composition. It covers migration. and Comparative to selected mortality and fertility sociocultural in relation of related to changes in the size and characteristics factors factors. as a analysis and description Demographic populations perspective. international a comparative from tool. local, for trends of population Implications research learn population to measure methods Students basic regional, problems. world and national dynamics and how demographic pro cesses are intertwined with inequality and contemporary policy debates. global Rationale The new name of the course more accurately reflects the actual name of the discipline. The description of this course more accurately reflects the scholarship and re search methods in the discipline.

170 General Education [ x ] Not Applicable Required Designation [ ] Flexible [ ] [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] [ ] Creative Expression Science [ ] Individual and Society ] [ Scientific World

171 AV. 11 From To Undergraduate X Graduate Career Career Undergraduate X Graduate X Yes No Required Course Requi red Course X Yes No Course Number ART B2210 Course Number same Course Name Course Name same Working Critique I Prerequisite Prerequisite Corequisite Corequisite Hours Hours same 3 Credits same Credits 3 x Yes No Liberal Arts x Y es No Liberal Arts?? Course Attribute Studio course (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Description This digital and interdisciplinary studio This digital and interdisciplinary studio course Description focuses on weekly individual and group course focuses on weekly individual and rk. In addition to critiques of student wo group critiques of student work. In research, discussion, and art practice in digital addition to research, discussion, and art practice and new media, students will propose and in digital and new media, first year students will propose and develop a thesis develop a thesis project under the advisement project under the advisement of a faculty of a faculty member. member. This course can be taken up to three times for a total of 9 credits. Rational e This revision is necessary to allow students to take this course more than once.

172 General x Not Applicable General Not Applicable x Education Education College Option College Option Designation Designation Required Required English Composition English Composition Mathematics Mathematics Science Science Flexible Flexible World Cultures World Cultures US Experience in its Diversity US Experience in its Diversity Creative Expression Creative Expression Individual and Society Individual and Society Scientific World Scientific World

173 AV. 12 To From X Undergraduate Career Career X Undergraduate Graduate Graduate Yes No Required Course Yes No Required Course PSC 33300 PSC 33500 Course Number Course Number Same Terrorism and World Politics Course Name Name Course Same None Prerequisite Prerequisite Same None Corequisite Corequisite Same Hours Hours 3 Same Credits 3 Credits Liberal Arts?? x Yes No L iberal Arts x Yes No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Same The course will examine international and domestic Description Description terrorism both theoretically and empirically. In particular, we will: (1) examine the various (and ways to define and conceptualize often competing) state it, (2) explore how and why state and non- actors employ terrorism, (3) investigate the various forms it takes, (4) examine how its use influences world politics, and (5) discuss the alternative responses by governments to the organizations promoting it. Rationale Previous course number proposed for this course was a number that was already in use. The current change of course number corrects that issue.

174 able General x Not Applic General Education x Not Applicable Designation Education College Option College Option Designation Required Required English Composition English Composition Mathematics Mathematics Science Science Flexible Flexible Wo rld Cultures World Cultures US Experience in its Diversity US Experience in its Diversity Creative Expression Creative Expression Individual and Society Individual and Society Scientific World Scientific World

175 AV . 13 From To X X Undergraduate Career Undergraduate Graduate Career Graduate Yes Required Course No Required Course Yes No Course Number PHIL 14300 Course Number Same Race, Gender, and Philosophy What is Art? Course Name Course Name Prerequis ite None Prerequisite Same Corequisite Corequisite Same None Hours Hours Same 3 Credits 3 Credits Same Liberal Arts?? X Yes No Liberal Arts X Yes No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Description An introduction to philosophical questions Same Description about art and our relationships with art. What is art, and how do we interact with art? What do different art forms, such as music, painting, performance, and poetry, have in common, if anything? Must art be beautiful? What does it mean to hav e “good taste” when it comes to art? How do we interpret art? Is art merely “subjective”? Readings will be drawn from the history of art philosophy, and also

176 contemporary art philosophy. Students will also study artworks that support or challenge theories about art. 3 hr./wk; 3 cr; fulfills Creative Expression Flexible Core Requirement. Rationale Correction to an error for the course title in the Jan 2018 CUR to item AIV. 14.3. General General Not Applicable Not Applicable ucation Ed Education College Option College Option Designation Designation Required Required English Composition English Composition Mathematics Mathematics Science Science X Flexible X Flexible World Cultures World Cultures US Experience in its US Experience in its Diversity Diversity Creative Expression X Creative Expression X Individual and Society Individual and Society Scientific World Scientific World

177 AV. 14 From To Course Number INTL 33200 Course Number INTL 31108 Transnational Feminisms Course Name Course Name Transnational Feminisms Description Description This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary fields of gender, feminist, and women’s studies and, more specifically, to transnational feminisms. The course will engage with an array of feminist themes and issues such as: the body, reproductive justice, and the role of race and gender in capitalist societies. We will also study the ways that femin isms have been created and sustained in spite of constructed borders of nation, sexuality, and citizenship. 3 hr./wk.; 3 cr. Prerequisite Prerequisite None None Corequisite None Corequisite None Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits 3 Rationale Currently, International Studies majors who concentrate in Culture and Communication are required to take one of two theory courses: either ANTH 20200, Cross -Cultural Perspectives, or INTL 31108, Transnational Feminisms. This latter course has been offered for at le ast four years as an experimental class under the course number INTL 31107. We seek to formalize that class.

178 AVI. 1 Courses to be Withdrawn Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic Level Course Number SOC 24000 Course Title Personality and Social Structure Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [X] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description Th e relevance of biological and social factors (and the interaction of the two) are examined in an attempt to understand the variations and universalities of personality. Psychological and social theoretical views are presented, as are current works in socialization theory. General Education [ ] Not Applicable Component [ ] Required [ ] Flexible [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Scien [ ] Creative Expression ce [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

179 Rationale The subject of this course is outdated. This is not a topic that is taught in sociology any more as it has been superseded by oth er sociological approaches related to the interaction of human biology and socialization. Furthermore, there has been little to no demand for this course from our student population for many years.

180 AVI. 2 Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate emic Level [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Acad Course Number SOC 38200 Course Title Human Groups and Communities Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [X] Yes [ ] No Course Attrib ute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description None available. General Education [ ] Not Applicable [ ] Flexible Component [ ] Required [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Ma thematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

181 Rationale The subject of this course is outdated. This is not a topic that is t aught in sociology anymore as it has been superseded by other sociological approaches within the subfield of urban sociology. The department has a full list of offerings in urban and community sociology including topics such as community development and a geing and society. Furthermore, there has been little to no demand for this course from our student population for many years.

182 AVI. 3 Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic Level Course Number SOC 38203 Course Title Small Groups Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [X] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description None available. Education [ ] Not Applicable General [ ] Required [ ] Flexible Component [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expre ssion [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

183 Rationale The subject of this course is outdated. This is not a stand alone topic in sociology anymore. Many of our course topics incorporate micro -interactionist approaches which cover “small groups.” These range from topics in urban sociology, criminology, immigration, disability studies, etc. There has been little to no demand for this course from our student population for many years.

184 AVI. 4 Career [X] U ndergraduate [ ] Graduate [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Academic Level Course Number SOC 38207 Course Title Sex Roles and Social Change Prerequisite None None Corequisite Hours 3 Credits 3 Liberal Arts [X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Catalog Description None available. General Education [ ] Not Applicable [ ] Flexible Component [ ] Required [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World

185 Rationale is outdated. This is not a topic that is taught in sociology anymore as it has The subject of this course been superseded by other sociological approaches related to human biology and gender socialization. There has been little to no demand for this course from our student p opulation for many years. The department regularly offers a course titled Sociology of Sexualities (SOC 38209) which is very popular with our students and reaches full enrollment.

186 Universidad Nacional de Rosario located at Maipú 1065, Rosario CP.S2000CGK, Santa Fe province, Argentina Republic and The City College of New York , 160 Convent Avenue, New York, NY 10031 USA Office of Study Abroad and International Programs INTERNATIONAL STUDE NT EXCHANGE AGREEMENT RESOLUTION RESOLVED: That the Board of Trustees of the City University of New York authorize the President of The City College of New York to execute an International Student Exchange agreement on behalf of The City College with Universidad Nacional de Rosario Argentina UNR International Student Exchange to study at Universidad Nacional de – to enable students enrolled in the College’s CCNY – Rosario, in Rosario, Argentina. Neither party to this agreement is obliged to pay any monetary consideration to t he other. The agreement is for th ree -year period beginning September 1, 2019 and it will include up to two –two –year options for the College to renew in its best interest. The agreement shall be subject to approval as to form by the University Office of General Counsel EXPLANATION: The agreement will allow CCNY undergraduate students studying Architecture to study at Universidad Nacional de Rosario, in Rosario, Argentina during the fall academic semester. Approximately two (2) students are expected to participate each academic year. CUNY students must be Spanish language proficient.

187 College of Staten Island Chancellor’s University Report – Part A: Academic Matters College of Staten Island October CUR 2018 PART A: Academic Matters SECTION AI: Special Actions n/a SECTION AII: Generic Degree Requirements n/a SECTION AIII: Changes in Degree Requirements n/a AIII.1 Department of Sociology/Anthropology: Sociology/Anthropology Minor (Program Code: 34917) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 FROM: TO: REQUIREMENTS: REQUIREMENTS: Minor: -Minor: Pre 3 credits One of the following courses: SOC 100 Sociology – SOC 100 People and Society (3 credits) Minor: Two ANT 100 Understanding our Worlds (3 credits) of the following courses: ology Theory (4 credits) SOC/ANT 203 Social Analysis (4 credits) SOC 200 Soci SOC 201 Methods of Sociological Research (4 credits) ANT 201 Cultural Anthropology (4 credits) One of the following courses: and SOC 200 Sociology Theory (4 credits) Eight SOC 201 Methods of Sociological Research (4 credits) additional credits in sociology or anthropology courses at or ANT 201 Cultural Anthropology (4 credits) credits at least 16 must be in above the 200 level. Of the 4 anthropology. 16 additional credits in sociology or anthropology courses at TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: Twelve 1

188 or above the 200 level. Of the 19- 20 credits at least 7 must be in anthropology. 19 - 20 TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: RATIONALE: In Spring 2013, the Sociology and Anthropology Department instituted several changes in our major, including th 203), which replaced SOC 100 as a major requirement. creation of a new introductory course specifically for our majors (SOC/ANT The department also revived ANT 100, which had not been taught for many years, as part of a larger effort to strengthen the anthropology component in our program. The proposed changes would make the minor requirements consistent with our revised taking curriculum in the following ways: 1.) It would create three pathways through which students could enter the minor, by either SOC 100 or ANT 100 as general education courses or SOC/ANT 203, for students who might start as majors and change to minors; 2.) It would also increase the Anthropology component in the minor requirements. 12, BS in MHC Chemistry, and BS in MHC Chemistry 7- AIII.2 Department of Chemistry: BS in Chemistry, BS in Chemistry 7- 12 (Program Code: 35002, 35541, 25964, and 60325) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 FROM: TO: REQUIREMENTS: Note: This program is requesting a waiver to specify particular Pre -29 credits -Major Requirements: 26 courses students must take in the areas of the Common Core Students planning to major in Chemistry must complete the and Scientific World) and College Option. If students take following requirements. A detailed guide to course choices for different courses in these areas, they will be certified as Biochemistry and Chemistry majors is available from the having completed the Common Core and the College Option Department of Chemistry. area, but it may not be possible for them to finish their degree 3 credits CHM 141 General Chemistry I program within the regular number of credits. CHM 121 General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit CHM 142 General Chemistry II 3 credits Pathways General Education Requirements:42 -45 Credits CHM 127 General Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit Pathways Required Core: 12 -15 credits PHY 120 General Physics I 3 credits English Composition: PHY 121 General Physics I Laboratory 1 credit ENG 111 Introduction to College Writing 3 credits PHY 160 General Physics II 3 credits and PHY 161 General Physics II Laboratory 1 credit ENG 151 College Writing 3 credits MTH 229 Calculus Computer Laboratory Math and Quantitative Reasoning: Calculus MTH 230 Calculus I and Pre- MTH 230* Calculus I with Pre -Calculus 6 credits or or 2

189 Calculus I MTH 231 Analytic Geometry and MTH 231*Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits and or MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 credits MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III Or or MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits may be required to take a prerequisite for NOTE: Students MTH 235 Accelerated Calculus I 13 credits MTH 236 Accelerated Calculus II 10- MTH 231. Major Requirements: 36- Life and Physical Sciences: 40 credits CHM 141* General Chemistry I 3 credits Track 1 40 credits Pathways Flexible Core: 18 credits This track will lead to an ACS Accredited BS in Chemistry U.S. Experience in its Diversity: 3 credits CHM 240 Quantitative Chemistry 4 credits COR 100 United States: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions 3 CHM 250 Organic Chemistry I 4 credits credits CHM 256 Organic Chemistry II 4 credits Scientific World: 3 credits CHM 330 Physical Chemistry: Equilibria 4 credits CHM 142* General Chemistry II 3 credits CHM 336 Physical Chemistry: Processes 4 credits Individual and Society: CHM 337 Experimental Methods in Physical Chemistry 4 credits NOTE: Students seeking to complete the education sequence CHM 360 Inorganic Chemistry 4 credits are encouraged to take PSY 100 Psychology to satisfy this CHM 370 Biochemistry I 4 credits area. 3 credits Two additional chemistry electives from the following list: 8 lobal Issues Requirement 3 credits World Cultures and G credits Please refer to the World Culture and Global Issues course CHM 340 Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis 4 credi ts list. CHM 350 Advanced Organic Chemistry 4 credits NOTE: Students seeking to complete the education sequence CHM 376 Biochemistry II 4 credits are encouraged to complete two semesters of Foreign CHM 594 Independent Study for Honors Research 4 credits Language. Creative Expression Requirement: 3 credits Track 2 36 credits Please refer to the Creative Expression course list CHM 240 Quantitative Chemistry 4 credits Sixth Flexible Core: 3 credits CHM 250 Organic Chemistry I 4 credits PHY 160* General Physics II 3 credits CHM 256 Organic Chemistry II 4 credits CHM 330 Physical Chemistry: Equilibria 4 credits College Option: 12 credits CHM 336 Physical Chemistry: Processes 4 credits Social Science or TALA 4 credits CHM 337 Experimental Methods in Physical Chemistry 4 credits Please refer to the Social Science or TALA course lists. NOTE: S tudents seeking to complete the education sequence CHM 360 Inorganic Chemistry 4 credits 3

190 are encouraged to take EDP 220 to satisfy this area. - or 400 - level 8 he 300 Two additional chemistry electives at t credits STEM: 3 credits PHY 120* General Physics I 3 credits Science Lab for RLPR: 1 credit All Chemistry majors are encouraged to take an Independent CHM 121*General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit Study course (CHM 591- 594) as an elective. Science Lab for FSWR : 1 credit CHM 127* General Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit Transfer students are expected to fulfill their advanced major STEM: 3 credits -level and higher) at the College of Stat en requirements (300 MTH 230* Calculus I with Pre -Calculus 6 credits Island. or MTH 231*Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits Honors or MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 credits A student may be eligible for admission to the honors program Or in Chemistry if he or she enters the senior year with a 3.5 grade MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits point average. With the concurrence of a faculty supervisor, the -major requirement. *Satisfies a pre student must submit (by September 15) a one page summary of a proposed research project. The chairperson of the 26- -Major Requirements: Pre 37 credits Department and the faculty supervisor will appoint a three Students planning to major in Chemistry must complete the member following requirements. A detailed guide to course choices for committee to evaluate and/or modify the proposal (by October try majors is available from the Biochemistry and Chemis 15), then grant or deny admission to the honors program. Whi le Department of Chemistry. pursuing honors research the student may receive eight credits NOTE: One -year of HS Chemistry is required prior to entry for Independent Study (CHM 594), four each in the fall and into spring semesters. Additionally, it is highly recommended that CHM 141. CHM 100 and 101 may be used to satisfy this the student begin work on the project during the summer or requirement. ester that immediately precedes the senior year. spring sem Progress of the research will be monitored as follows: (1) the -3 credits CHM 100 Principles of Chemistry I 0 student will meet with his or her committee by November 1 of CHM 101 Principles o f Chemistry I Laboratory 0- 1 credits ; (2) the student will submit a five page ester the first sem CHM 141* General Chemistry I 3 credits (3) the committee will progress report by January 15; CHM 121* General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit recommend for or against continuation in the program by CHM 142 General Chemistry II 3 credits (4) the student will submit a thesis, following the February 1; CHM 127 General Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit style of major journals, by May 1; (5) the student will present an PHY 120 General Physics I 3 credits 4

191 oral defense of the thesis to the committee by the end of the General Physics I Laboratory 1 credit PHY 121 PHY 160 General Physics II 3 credits final exam period. The deadline dates noted above are based PHY 161 General Physics II Laboratory 1 credit on a June graduation date, but corresponding guidelines may her case, it is be designed for January graduation. In eit Calculus Sequence: 10 -17 credits MTH 123 College Algebra and Trigonometry 0- expected that completion of the honors program will require at 4 credits least one year of student research. Or Calculus 0 MTH 130 Pre- -3 credits TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 120 MTH 229 Calculus Computer Laboratory 1 credit and MTH 230 Calculus I and Pre- Calculus 6 credits or MTH 231 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits and MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 credits MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits Requirements: No Change Major Track 1: No Change Track 2: No Change Transfer students are expected to fulfill their advanced major -level and higher) at the College of Staten requirements (300 Island. Honors A student is eligible for admission to the honors pro gram in Chemistry if he or she enters the senior year with a grade point average of 3.5 of higher. To receive Honors in Chemistry, a student is required to pass at least eight credits - of Independent Study, with a grade of A or higher, completed during their last three semesters prior to graduation. The topic of the Independent Study must be directed towards their Honors Thesis topic. The student must also satisfy the 5

192 following requirements detailed in the schedule below: th emester: Students submits a Sept 15 of their penultimate s one- page summary of their proposed research project to the Chemistry Department Chairperson who will appoint a three - member Honors Committee to evaluate the proposal. th October 15 of their penultimate semester: The Honors Com mittee will grant or deny the students’ proposed research project. st November 1 of the penultimate semester: The student will meet with the Honors Committee to present their research proposal. Suggestions from the committee will be used to help guide the research. th January 15 before their final semester: The student will submit a five- page progress report to the Honors Committee. st February 1 of their final semester: The Honors Committee will approve or deny continuation of the student’s honors project. st May 1 of their final semester: The student will submit an honors thesis to his/her Honors Committee that is written in the style of a major journal article. th May 10 , prior to end of final exam period of their final semester: the student will present an oral defense of the thesis to the Honors Committee. Based on the written honors thesis and oral defense, the Honors Committee will approve or deny the Honors in Chemistry or Honors in Biochemistry designation. The deadlines dates noted above are based on a June graduation date, but corresponding guidelines may be designated for January graduation and approved by their faculty supervisor and the Chemistry department chairperson. ELECTIVES: No Change. TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: No Change. 6

193 Department is requesting a Pathways waiver and updating the Honors in the major requirements. RATIONALE: The AIII.3 Department of Chemistry and Department of Biology: BS in Biochemistry and BS in MHC Biochemistry (Program Code: 34899, 35539) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 FROM : TO: Note: This program is requesting a waiver to specify pa rticular REQUIREMENTS: -Major Requirements: Pre courses students must take in the areas of the Common Core 38- 41 credits If students take CHM 141 General Chemistry I 3 credits and Scientific World) and College Option. CHM 121 General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit different courses in these areas, they will be certified as having CHM 142 General Chemistry II 3 credits completed the Common Core and the College Option area, but it CHM 127 General Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit may not be possible for them to finish their degree program BIO 170 General Biology I 3 credits within the regular number of credits. BIO 171 General Biology I Laboratory 1 credit Pathways General Education Requirements:42 Credits -45 BIO 180 General Biology II 3 credits Pathways Required Core: 12 credits BIO 181 General Biology II Laboratory 1 credit English Composition: ENG 111 Introduction to College Writing 3 BIO 205 General Physiology 4 credits s and ENG 151 College Writing 3 credits credit PHY 120 General Physics I 3 credits Math and Quantitative Reasoning: PHY 121 General Physics I Laboratory 1 credit -Calculus 6 credits MTH 230* Calculus I with Pre PHY 160 General Physics II 3 credits or PHY 161 General Physics II Laboratory 1 credit MTH 231*Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits Calculus Sequence 10- 13 credits or MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 credits MTH 229 Calculus Computer Laboratory and Or Calculus MTH 230 Calculus I and Pre- MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits or NOTE: Students may be required to take a prerequisite for MTH MTH 231 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 231. and Life and Physical Sciences: ic Geometry and Calculus II MTH 232 Analyt CHM 141 General Chemistry I 3 credits MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III Pathways Flexible Core: 18 credits U.S. Experience in its Diversity: es: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions 3 credits Major Requirements: COR 100 United Stat 7

194 Scientific World: 44 credits: CHM 142* General Chemistry II 3 credits Track 1: 43- This track will lead to an American Chemical Society (ACS) Individual and Society: 3 credits Accredited BS in Biochemistry. World Cultures and Global Issues Requirement (FWGR): 3 credits CHM 240 Analytical Chemistry 4 credits Creative Expression Requirement (FCER): 3 credits CHM 250 O rganic Chemistry I 4 credits Six th Flexible Core: 3 credits CHM 256 Organic Chemistry II 4 credits PHY 160* General Physics II 3 credits CHM 360 Inorganic Chemistry 4 credits College Option: 12 credits CHM/BIO 370 Biochemistry I 4 credits Social Science or TALA 4 credits CHM/BIO 376 Biochemistry II 4 credits STEM: CHM 330 Physical Chemistry: Equilibria 4 credits PHY 120* General Physics I 3 credits CHM 336 Physical Chemist ry: Processes 4 credits Or and BIO 170 General Biology I 3 credits CHM 337 Experimental Methods in Physical Chemistry 4 credits or ry I Science Lab for RLPR: CHM 121*General Chemist CHM 377 Biochemistry Laboratory 4 credits Laboratory 1 credit BIO 352 Cell Biology 4 credits Science Lab for FSWR: CHM 127* General Chemistry II and Laboratory 1 credit One biology elective chosen from: 3 -4 credits STEM: -Calculus 6 credits MTH 230* Calculus I with Pre BIO 312 Genetics or BIO 322* Evolution MTH 231*Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits BIO 326* Introduction to Bioinformatics and Genomics or BIO 327 Molecular Biology MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 cre dits BIO 332 Advanced Physiology Or BIO 365* Principles of Neurobiology MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits BIO 415 Mathematical Biology -Major Requirements: Pre 38- 49 credits BIO 428* Plant Physiology -year of HS Chemistry is required prior to entry into NOTE: One BIO 442 Immunology CHM 141. CHM 100 and 101 may be used to satisfy this BIO 454* Advanced Cell Biology requirement. BIO 460* Experimental Methods in Advanced Genetics hemistry 0- CHM 100 Introduction to C 3 credits *Requires pre or corequisites not in the premajor requirements. CHM 101 Introduction to Chemistry 0- 1 credits CHM 141* General Chemistry I 3 credits 8

195 Track 2: 38 - 40 Credits CHM 121* General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 credit CHM 142 General Chemistry II 3 credits CHM 240 Analytical Chemistry 4 credits CHM 127 General Chemistry II Laboratory 1 credit BIO 170 Gener al Biology I 3 credits CHM 250 Organic Chemistry I 4 credits BIO 171 General Biology I Laboratory 1 credit CHM 256 Organic Chemistry II 4 credits CHM/BIO 370 Biochemistry I 4 credits BIO 180 General Biology II 3 credits BIO 181 General Biology II Laboratory 1 credit CHM/BIO 376 Biochemistry II 4 credits CHM 330 Physical Chemistry: Equilibria 4 credits BIO 205 General Physiology 4 credits PHY 120 General Physics I 3 credits CHM 336 Physical Chemistry: Processes 4 credits PHY 121 General Physics I Laboratory 1 credit and PHY 160 General Physics II 3 credits CHM 337 Experimental Methods in Physical Chemistry 4 credits or PHY 161 General Physics II Laboratory 1 credit CHM 377 Biochemistry Laboratory 4 credits Calculus Sequence 10- 17 credits and MTH 123 College Algebra and Trigonometry 0- 4 credits Two biology electives chosen from: 6 -8 credits Or BIO 312 Genetics MTH 130 Pre- -3 credits Calculus 0 BIO 322* Evolution BIO 326* Introduction to Bioinformatics and Genomics ory 1 credit MTH 229 Calculus Computer Laborat BIO 327 Molecular Biology and BIO 332 Advanced Physiology Calculus 6 credits MTH 230 Calculus I and Pre- BIO 352 Cell Biology or BIO 365* Principles of Neurobiology MTH 231 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 credits BIO 415 Mathematical Biology and BIO 428* Plant Physiology MTH 232 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3 credits BIO 442 Immunology MTH 233 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 3 credits BIO 454* Advanced Cell Biology BIO 460* Experimental Methods in Advanced Genetics 44 credits Major Requirements: 38- *Requires pre or corequisites not in the premajor requirements. Track 1: No change Track 2: No change re encouraged to take Independent All Biochemistry majors a -594 Study (BIO 591 Transfer students are expected to fulfill their advanced major 594) to facilitate laboratory research as an elective. or CHM 591- requirements (300 -level and higher) at the College of Staten Island. Total Credits Required: 120 9

196 Honors Total Credits Required: No change A student may be eligible for admission to the honors program Honors in Biochemistry if he or she enters the senior year with a 3.5 grade point average. With the concurrence of a faculty o the honors program in A student is eligible for admission t supervisor, the student must submit (by September 15) a one- Biochemistry if he or she enters the senior year with a grade point average of 3.5 of higher. To receive Honors in page summary of a proposed research project. The chairperson nt a three of the department and the faculty supervisor will appoi Biochemistry, a student is required to pass at least eight credits - of Independent Study, with a grade of A member committee to evaluate and/or modify the proposal (by r, completed or highe during their last three semesters prior to graduation. The topic October 15), then grant or deny admission to the honors of the Independent Study must be directed towards their Honors program. While pursuing honors research the student may Thesis topic. The student must also satisfy the following receive eight credits for Independent Study (BIO 594 or CHM requirements detailed in the schedule below: 594), four each in the fall and spring semesters. Additionally, it th of their penultimate semester: Students submits a one- Sept 15 is highly recommended that the student begin work on the page summary of their proposed research project to the project during the summer or spring semester that immediately precedes the senior year. Progress of the research will be - Chemistry Department Chairperson who will appoint a three member Honors Committee to evaluate the proposal. monitored as follows: (1) the student will meet with his or her th committee by November 1 of the first semester ester: The Honors of their penultimate sem ; (2) the student October 15 (3) the will submit a five page progress report by January 15; Committee will grant or deny the students’ proposed research project. committee will recommend for or against continuation in the st of the penultimate semester: The student will program by February 1; November 1 student will submit a thesis, (4) the meet with the Honors Committee to present their research following the style of major journals, by May 1; (5) the student proposal. Suggestions from the committee will be used to help will present an oral defense of the thesis to the committee, by guide the research. the end of the final exam period. th before their final semester: The student will submit January 15 The deadline dates noted above are based on a June a five -page progress report to the Honors Committee. st of their final semester: The Honors Committee will date, but corresponding guidelines may be designed graduation February 1 for January graduation. In either case, it is expected that approve or deny continuation of the student’s honors project. st completion of the honors program will require at least one year May 1 of their final semester: The student will submit an of student research. honors thesis to his/her Honors Committee that is written in the style of a major journal article. th May 10 , prior to end of final exam period of their final student will present an oral defense of the thesis semester: the to the Honors Committee. Based on the written honors thesis 10

197 and oral defense, the Honors Committee will approve or deny the Honors in Chemistry or Honors in Biochemistry designation. noted above are based on a June The deadlines dates graduation date, but corresponding guidelines may be designated for January graduation and approved by their faculty supervisor and the Chemistry department chairperson. RATIONALE: The Program is requesting a Pathways waiver and updating the Honors in the major requirements. AIII.4 Program in Liberal Arts and Sciences Associate in Arts Degree (Program Code: 01584) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 FROM: Associate in Arts Degree: Pathways Required Core: 12 credits The liberal arts and sciences curriculum prepares a student to be an engaged, productive, and accomplished member of society. English Composition 6 credits Associates in Arts degrees serve as an intellectual foundation for Mathematical and Quantitative further study at the baccalaureate and post -baccalaureate levels, Reasoning (RMQR) 3 or more credits -level positions in some and they satisfy the credentials for entry Life and Physical Sciences (RLPR) 3 or more credits career fields such as law enforcement. After earning an Associate in Arts degree, students are encouraged to continue Pathways Flexible Core: 18 credits complete a four their studies in a major and -year Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. A Bachelor’s degree in the humanities Select 6 courses from the following five areas. and social sciences fosters the skills needed for rewarding -care, education, technology, careers in industries such as health 1. World Cultures and Global Issues (FWGR) . government, law, and business U.S. Experience in its D iversity (FUSR) 2. Pathways Common Core: 30 credits Students are required to take the following course: COR 100: United States: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions Pathways Required Core: 12 credits 3. Creative Expression (FCER) English Composition: 6 credits Mathematical and Quantitative Individual and Society (FISR) 4. Reasoning (RMQR) 3 or more credits 3 or more credits Life and Physical Sciences (RLPR) 11

198 5. Scientific World (FSWR) Pathways Flexible Core: 18 credit s Select 6 courses from the following five areas. 30 credits ELECTIVES: 1. World Cultures and Global Issues (FWGR) TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS REQUIRED: 60 NOTE: Students are required to take an introductory (112- level) or intermediate (114- level) or advanced (213 -level or above) foreign language course unless equivalent proficiency in a language other than English is demonstrated. 2. U.S. Experience in its Diversity (FUSR) Students are required to take the following course: COR 100: United States: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions Creative Expression (FCER) 3. Individual and Society (FISR) 4. Scientific World (FSWR) 5. Requirements: 6 -18 a. One 200 -level or above course chosen from the category designated as Textual Aesthetic and Linguistic Analysis -4 credits). (TALA) (3 b. One 200 -level or above course chosen from the category designated as Social Scientific Analysis (Social Science) (3-4 credits). One 200 c. -level or above course chosen from the category designated as Contemporary World or Pluralism and 12

199 - 4 credits) Diversity (0 Two science laboratory courses (0- 2 credits) NOTE: d. Students who have completed STEM courses with embedded laboratory courses will be exempt from this requirement. e. Foreign Language requirement (0 -4 credits): Students are required to take an intermediate (114- level) or level or above) foreign language course advanced (213- unless equivalent proficiency in a language other than English is demonstrated. 24 ELECTIVES: 12- TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS REQUIRED: 60 : The proposed changes will make the existing Associate in Arts degree more academically comprehensive and RATIONALE s coherent. It will allow students to complete the entire General Education sequence, as well as requirements currently in CSI’ College Option (i.e., TALA, Social Sciences, foreign language, Pluralism and Diversity, and Contemporary World), and electives t hat -rounded two- will position them for either a well year college degree or articulation with a baccalaureate degree at CSI or elsewhere. AIII.5 Department of Sociology/Anthropology: Sociology/Anthropology BA and MHC Sociology/Anthropology BA (Program ) Cod e: 34917, 35558 EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 TO: FROM: Department credits -44 40 Requirements: Major The offers a major and minor in Sociology and 200 Sociological Theory 4 credits SOC in a concentration it offers major, Anthropology. Within the of Sociological Research 4 credits in as a minor as well Justice, Social and Criminology Critical SOC 201 Methods Anthropology for outside the 4 credits students Cultural 201 ANT Critical Criminology and Social Justice SOC/ANT 203 Social Analysis 4 credits major. 4 credits Seminar 400 Research SOC/ANT Sociology/Anthropology BA Requirement: Demonstration of proficiency in a its Foreign language Major Requirements: 40 - 44 c red 13

200 A. the intermediate level, 213 or above. 0 - 4 language credits 20 Requirements through Core SOC Sociological Theory 4 credits 200 credits SOC 201 Methods of Sociological Research 4 credits 4 credits Anthropology Cultural 201 ANT additional at or or Anthropology of Sociology Twenty credits 4 credits Analysis Social 203 SOC/ANT level above the e: includ which 200- 400 SOC/ANT 4 credits Seminar Research credits 20 B. course Anthropology One Requirement: Language Foreign 0-4 credits at or above the 200 -level in a language Demonstration of proficiency through the of 12 credits intermediate 213 300 or above. A minimum level, of Sociology or Anthropology at the level or above Twenty Electives: Anthropology and C. Sociology additional at or above 34- 38 credits level 200- the Electives: or Anthropology of Sociology credits inclu 120 Required: Credits Total which de: 1. course At least one Anthropology Honors or Anthropology of Sociology of 12 credits A minimum 2. at the with honors in Sociology/Anthropology a student graduate To must have a 3.5 grade point average in sociology/anthropology or above level 300 must complete an honors thesis or project under the and courses of a Sociology supervision member. faculty or Anthropology Total Credits 120 Required: Sociology/Anthropology in Critical Criminology Concentration BA: Justice Social and the major of Soci ology/Anthropology, the College Within a offers concentration Criminology and Social Justice. The in Critical concentration critical approaches to the study of crime, offers criminality, policing and incarceration, with attention to social justice issues ari se in these areas of study (concerning, for that example, place of race, gender, class, disability, age, and the ethnicity in judicial and carceral systems),. and Anthropology Majors who are concentrating in Sociology Criminology and Social Justice mu st complete the Core Critical in Requirements and Foreign Language Requirement indicated 14

201 Parts and B above. A Requirements: 40 credits Major 36- 20 credits A. Core Requirements Sociological 200 4 credits SOC Theory 201 of Sociological Research 4 cre dits SOC Methods 201 Cultural Anthropology 4 credits ANT SOC/ANT Social Analysis 4 credits 203 400 Seminar 4 credits SOC/ANT Research B. Language Requirement: 0-4 credits Foreign of proficiency Demonstration through the in a language intermediate 213 or above. level, C. Concentration in Critical Criminology and Social Justice requirements: 16 credits in critical 1. Two courses criminology: 8 credits SOC 212 4 credits Criminology SOC/ANT/AAD/INT/ 235 Policing and Mass Incarceration 4 Credits list fro m the course chosen of courses with a 2. One following justice focus: social 4 credits ANT Anthropology of Human Rights 4 credits 308 328 Gender and Violence 4 credits SOC SOC/ANT/AAD/INT 332 Social Movements and Social Justice 4 credits 3. One course chosen the fol lowing: 4 credits from ANT/INT/SOC 305 Power and Society in Latin America 4 credits ANT Anthropology of Human Rights 4 credits 308 328 Gender and Violence 4 credits SOC credits ANT 365 Political Anthropology 4 15

202 ANT Urban Anthropology 4 credits 370 322 Socio of the Environment and Ecology 4 credits SOC logy Social Movements and Social Justice 4 SOC/ANT/AAD/INT 332 credits 370 Sociology SOC Urban 372 of Control 4 credits SOC Institutions : Courses may only be Note once to fulfill a requirement. used Total Credits Required: 120 Honors: Change No SOC : The minor (for non -majors) RATIONALE concentration (for proposed -ANT majors) in Critical Criminology and Social and Justice is based on student interest and faculty expertise, and would allow the Department of Sociolo gy and Anthropology to meet a study constant demand for courses related to the critical student of crime, while introducing students to a more comprehensive and program of study in criminology, social justice, related scholarship. The minor would also atte nd to CSI’s strategic vision to foster civic engagement affairs, by meeting the borough of Staten Island’s educational and professional needs in the field of in community enforcement. who minor has a natural constituency among the many students law att end CSI with aspirations to gain admission The Public Police and pursue a career in law enforcement. (Many NYC Academy Safety employees reside in the borough.) For to the many years the department has offered three sections of Criminology (SOC 212) annually, two sections in the fall semester and one sections in the section is normally capped at 45 students, and most Each fill to capacity. spring. AIII.6 Department of Sociology/Anthropology: New Minor in Critical Criminology and Social Justice (Program Code: 34917) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 New Minor: Critical Criminology and Social Justice Minor: 2 0 credits A. Required Critical Criminology Courses: 8 credits SOC 212 Criminology 4 credits SOC/ANT/AAD/INT 235 Policing and Mass Incarceration 4 credits B. One cours e selected from the following social justice courses: 4 credits ANT 308 Anthropology of Human Rights 4 Credits SOC 332 Social Movements 4 Credits 16

203 SOC 328 Gender and Violence 4 Credits C. Two courses selected from the following: 8 credits 4 Credits ANT 308 Anthropol ogy of Human Rights ANT 365 Political Anthropology 4 Credits ANT 370 Urban Anthropology 4 Credits POL 321 Race, Law and Public Policy in the Contemporary United States 4 Credits 4 Credits PSY 315 Psychology and the Law SOC 240 Minority Groups 4 Credits 4 Credits SOC 245 Contemporary Social Issues 4 Credits SOC 260 Class, Status and Power 4 Credits SOC/ANT/INT 305 Power and Society in Latin America SOC 322 Sociology of the Environment and Ecology 4 Credits SOC 328 Gender and Violence 4 Credits 332 SOC/ANT/AAD/INT Movements and Social Justice 4 credits Social SOC 345 Sociology of Mental Illness 4 Credits SOC 370 Urban Sociology 4 Credits SOC 372 Institutions of Control 4 Credits A minimum of 4 credits must be taken in A . NOTE: NT or SOC/ANT must be at the 300 level. Courses NOTE: At least one course from section C and C may only be used once to fulfill a listed in both B requirement. ROLE IN CURRICULUM: The proposed minor (for non -majors) and concentration (for SOC -ANT majors) in Critical Criminology and would Social is based on student interest and faculty expertise, and Justice allow the Department of Sociology and Anthropology to while meet a constant student demand for courses related to the critical study of crime, introducing students to a more comprehensive program in criminology, social justice, and related scholarship. The minor would also attend to CSI’s of study vision borough civic engagement in community affairs, by meeting the strategic of Staten Island’s educational and to foster constituency needs professional of law enforcement. The minor has a natural in the among the many students who attend CSI field with aspirations to gain admission to the Police Academy and pursue a career in law enforcement. (Many NYC Public Safety has empl in the borough.) For many years the department reside offered three sections of Criminology (SOC 212) annually, oyees two sections in the fall semester and one in the spring. Each section is normally capped at 45 students, and most sections fill to capacity. AIII.7 School of Business: Business Management MS (Program Code: 30775) EFFECTIVE: Fall 2019 17

204 FROM: TO: REQUIREMENTS: REQUIREMENTS: Admission Requirements Admission Requirements ster. In The program admits students for the fall and spring seme The program admits students for the fall semester only. A graduate Business Management Steering Committee co order to be admitted to the program, the following is required: mprised of the Program Coordinator and Deputy Area Coordinators from Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, International • Baccalaureate degree with overall Grade Point Average Business, Management, and Marketing will determine (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. admissions using the following criteria: ated fields such • Baccalaureate degree in Business or rel : A 1 Letter of intent • -2 page letter explaining your interest as Accounting, Corporate Communications or Economics. in pursuing a graduate program in Business Management. • Overall Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher. Letter of intent • Resume: A brief 1- • 2 page resume which should be fully • Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). to-date and include all post -college work experience. up- Students with degrees in corporate communications may Graduate Record Examination (GRE). choose to take the • Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or CSI Graduates who have a GPA of 3.2 or higher in their • Graduate Record Examination (GRE): We require a score major and major requirements accounting or business pre- report for the GMAT or the GRE (General). The CSI may be exempt from taking the GMAT. Institution code for GMAT is 282KN35 and for GRE is • Non -CSI Graduates who have a GPA of 3.5 or higher in 2778. Students from CSI or an AACSB -accredited their undergraduate business and accounting courses can institution who have an undergraduate GPA of 3.2 or request a GMAT waiver subject to review by the higher can request a waiver subject to review. admissions committee. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or • uage (TOEFL) or • The Test of English as a Foreign Lang the International English Language Testing System the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam is a requirement of student for whom (IELTS): The TOEFL or IELTS exam is a requirement of English is a second language. The minimum score students for whom English is a second language. The required for TOEFL is 550 (paper), 213 (Computer), or minimum required score for the TOEFL is 79 (Internet). minimum score of 79 (Internet). The minimum score for to register for the exam, For additional information or the IELTS exam is 6.5 (overall band). please visit the TOEFL website at www.ets.org. Our Two letters of recommendation from instructors or • institutional code is 2778. For the IELTS, we will only employers. One letter, whenever possible, should come accept the academic exam scores. The minimum required from a current or former employer. 18

205 score is 6.5 (overall band). For additional information or to • A brief (1 - 2 page) resume. er for the exam, please visit the IELTS website at regist • All applicants must demonstrate proficiency in business www.ielts.org fundamentals by having completed the following : undergraduate coursework before starting the MS • Two letters of recommendation from instructors or 2 courses in Accounting** o employers. One letter, whenever possible, should come 1 course in Communications (may be a o from a current or former employer. Recommendations communications course or a business course with -delivered or mailed to the address below or can be hand a strong emphasis on business presentations) emailed by the recommender directly to o 1 course in computer fundamentals (i.e. MS . [email protected] Windows, Office, Internet skills) o s (microeconomics and 2 courses in Economic Transcripts: Applicants must request official transcripts macroeconomics) • from all po o 2 courses in quantitative methods (minimum of stsecondary institutions attended. If you are calculus and statistics) currently enrolled in a postsecondary institution, have one pre- 1 course in Management transcript sent now and another sent when you complete o the courses that you are taking. Applicants who have o 1 course in Marketing t a CSI ) **CSI offers a graduate proficiency accounting course ( ACC 600 been enrolled at CSI do not need to reques transcript; the Office of Recruitment and Admissions will Applicants may substitute a passing score on the CLEP examination for any of the proficiency requirements. obtain a copy. • The Admission Committee may request an interview *CSI students with an undergraduate GPA of 3.5 or higher Degree Requirements may be fast -tracked. Please contact ness Management Degree Requirements Busi [email protected] Students in the Master’s degree program in Business Management are required to take 30 credit hours, or ten courses Degree Requirements at three credits each, at the graduate level. Most students will Requirements Business Management Degree ing (two courses), have satisfied prerequisites in account Students in the Master’s degree program in Business communications (through a communications course or through Management are required to take 30 credit hours, or ten courses business classes with major presentation requirements such as at three credits each, at the graduate level. Students may choose -level courses in management and marketing), computer upper either the Strategic Management Track or the Large- Scale Data fundamentals (one course equivalent to BUS 150), economic s Analysis Track in order to complete the Master of Science in (two courses equivalent to microeconomics and macroeconomics Business Management. -calculus and and quantitative methods (minimum of pre statistics) as undergraduates. Those who have not fully 19

206 A. Strategic Management Track: No Change completed the prerequisites, may be permitted to remedy undergraduate proficiency, but courses taken to remove the B. Large -Scale Data Analysis Track: No Change deficiencies must be in addition to their regular coursework. Students may choose either the Strategic Management Track or Scale Data Analysis Track in order to complete the the Large- Master of Science in Business Management . A. Strategic Management Track The Strategic Management Track offers students an opportunity to study management with a focus on management theory and making skills. Students are given a firm grounding in decision- management, finance, marketing, ethics, human resource management, and global business strategy and have the option to take courses in various areas of business practice. Core courses: MGT 600 The Administrative Process 3 Credits MGT 605 Business, Government, and Society 3 Credits 3 Credits tegic Marketing Management MKT 600 Stra FNC 600 Financial Management 3 Credits Advanced courses: MGT 710 Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness 3 Credits MGT 720 Global Business Strategy 3 Credits MGT 730 Strategic Human Resource Management 3 Credits T 770 Managerial Decision Making and Applications 3 Credits MG Electives: Select two courses from the following list. ACC 725 Forensic Accounting 3 credits ACC 730 Accounting/Management Information Systems 3 credits ions 3 credits ACC 740 Tax Strategies and Business Decis BDA 651 Computational and Statistical Methods for Business and Economics 3 credits 20

207 BDA 761 Big Data Management in a Supercomputing Environment 3 credits -Scale Data BDA 762 Analysis Techniques for Large -Spatial Statistical Techniques 3 credit s BDA 763 Forecasting for Managers and Researchers 3 credits Scale Data 3 credits BDA 764 Research Project in Large- BDA 765 Seminar in Big Data - Current Topics 3 credits BUS 605 The Business of Healthcare 3 credits BUS 710 Labor Relations and Conflict Management 3 credits BUS 720 Global Business Strategy Abroad: Focusing on a Foreign -Based Firm 3 credits FNC 710 Healthcare Finance 3 credits FNC 730 Financial Statement Analysis 3 credits FNC 740 Financial Planning 3 credits ISI 710 Information Systems for Healthcare 3 credits MGT 725 Healthcare Management 3 credits MGT735/MKT 730 Services Marketing and Management 3 credits MGT 790 Seminar in Contemporary Business Topics 3 credits MKT 740 Business -to-Business Marketing 3 credits TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 30 B. Large -Scale Data Analysis Track The Large -Scale Data Analysis Track offers students wishing to study management with a focus on quantitative management the opportunity to focus their study on the areas of management that are strongly grounded in quantitative methods. The track is focused on large -scale data and includes significant opportunity to utilize the large scale computational resources of the CUNY High Performance Computing Center. Core courses: MGT 600 The Administrative Process 3 Credits 21

208 M GT 605 Business, Government, and Society 3 Credits 3 Credits MKT 600 Strategic Marketing Management BDA 763 Forecasting for Managers and Researchers 3 Credits Advanced courses: BDA 761 Big Data Management in a Supercomputing Environment 3 Credits BDA 764 Research Project in Large Scale Data 3 Credits MGT 720 Global Business Strategy 3 Credits MGT 770 Managerial Decision Making and Applications (Capstone) 3 Credits Business Data Analytics courses: BDA 762 Analysis Techniques for Large -Scale Data – Spatial Statistical Techniques 3 Credits BDA 765 Seminar in Big Data – Current Topics 3 Credits There are no electives in this track. TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 30 Since this program was launched, we have gained a deeper understanding of the level of preparation required for RATIONALE: cept students to succeed in this program. Accordingly, we are adapting the entry requirements in two ways. First, we propose to ac accredited institutions with a GPA ≥ 3.2 without requiring a GMAT - score. We currently allow this option for students from AACSB high achieving CSI students. Given that the quality of education at AACSB -accredited institutions should be comparable to that of CSI, the grades earned at those schools should be an equally valid indicator of int ellectual ability. Second, we propose to reduce the requirements for prior coursework. Because this program focuses on Management, it is not essential for students to have training in other business disciplines. Instead, we have adapted the initial courses in the program to enable those students with limited prior business studies to acquire the necessary background and elevate themselves to graduate study during the first semester. We also propose more minor changes including clarifications and information that is often requested by potential applicants evaluating our program. 22

209 AIV. New Courses AIV.1 Program in Information Systems and Informatics (Program Code: 60269) EFFECTIVE DATE: Fall 2019 Department/Program: Information Systems and Informatics Care er: Undergraduate Academic Level: Regular Subject Area: Information Systems and Informatics Course Number: ISI 210 Electronic Health Records Management Course Title: Catalog Description: Electronic health record (EHR) systems are introduced with a fo cus on entering patient health information, creating billing reports, and securing patient data in compliance with government regulations. The knowledge infrastructure such as health- related vocabularies and communication technologies among healthcare syst ems and various healthcare stakeholders, including insurance companies, healthcare providers, and patients are covered. PREREQUISITE: BUS 215 Credits: 4 Contact Hours: 4 Liberal Arts: Yes Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.): n/a G eneral Education Component: n/a RATIONALE: Students who are interested in entering a healthcare business, healthcare professionals returning to the workplace and current medical records technicians need to be proficient with the healthcare technologies t hat play a major role in modern healthcare. This course is designed to introduce electronic health record (EHR) software systems for the students to master the skills and knowledge required to enter patient health information, create billing and administr ative reports and secure data in compliance with government laws and regulations. It covers the most recent technologies and the principles of medical coding to achieve state- of-the- art skills in the application and environments of EHRs and other healthcar e platforms. This course will equip students who plan to specialize in healthcare professions and information systems with this necessary foundational knowledge and technology skill sets to meet the growing demand for an educated health care workforce. It will allow professionals already practicing in the field to advance their careers with the mastery of healthcare information technologies that are rapidly advancing. 23

210 AIV.2 Department of Biology (Program Code: 22284) EFFECTIVE DATE: Fall 2019 Department/ Program: Biology Graduate Career: Academic Level: Regular Subject Area: Biology Course Number: BIO 617 Course Title: Introduction to Tropical Ecology Catalog Description: An introduction to tropical ecology, with emphasis on differences in the tropi including cal versus temperate systems: differences in climatic regimes, habitat types, phenology of natural processes, and species to be found in the tropical versus eastern North American temperate environments. It is a short, but intensive immersive c ourse held at a tropical field station, providing opportunities for study of tropical environments and a different culture. It includes a research question conceptualized by the student, with data gathered by the student while in the tropical country, wit h analyses carried out by the student, and written up for potential submission to a peer -reviewed journal. Additionally, students will be required to present this research at the Graduate Research Conference. Independent research projects will be tailore d to individual students’ interests and mentored by the Professors. PREREQUISITE: Admission to the Biology MSc program or permission of the Instructor Credits: 3 Contact Hours: 4 {15 lecture hours and 90 field hours} Liberal Arts: Yes Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.): n/a General Education Component: n/a RATIONALE: This will increase the offerings in the Biology MS program. AIV.3 Department of Mathematics (Program Code: 34910) EFFECTIVE DATE: Fall 2019 Department/Program: Ma thematics Career: Undergraduate Academic Level: Regular Subject Area: Mathematics Course Number: MTH 301 Course Title: Introduction to Mathematical Proof 24

211 Catalog Description: Students will develop their proof writing skills, learning to write clear and correct mathematical arguments. Students will - master a variety of proof methods and styles in the context of a variety of mathematical topics, such as elementary number theory, discrete mathematics, combinatorics, geometry, graph theory, game theory, set theory, real analysis, or other topics chosen by the instructor. - ended problems, and prove or disprove their own and others’ conjectures. Students will be expected to explore open PREREQUISITE: MTH 232 Credits: 4 Hours: 4 Liberal Arts: Yes Cours e Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.): n/a General Education Component: n/a RATIONALE: This course is intended to improve the quality of the proof intensive 300 level courses we offer, and increase the number of students able and willing to take the 400 level courses, which are in the catalog, but which do not run on a regular basis due to low student enrollment. Mathematical proofs are an important part of many 300/400 level courses, and this course will focus on techniques common to the hig her level courses, and open ended problems. AIV.4 Department of Political Science and Global Affairs (Program Code: 34915) EFFECTIVE DATE: Fall 2019 Department/Program: Political Science and Global Affairs Career: Undergraduate Academic Level: Regu lar Subject Area: Political Science Course Number: POL 232 Course Title: City Politics Catalog Description: An examination of the politics of U.S. cities. Topics include urbanization; governance; globalization; p olitical and civic participation; electi ons and public management; mayoral leadership; the incorporation of immigrants into politics; policy problems related to racial, gender and class inequalities; the role of economic power in democratic governance; cities in the U.S. federal system . PRE/CO REQUISITE: ENG 151 Credits: 4 Hours: 4 Liberal Arts: Yes Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.): n/a 25

212 General Education Component: n/a Supports the political science major, particularly the discipline’s Pathways major course RATIONALE: list; possible elective for the minor in public administration and course for AA track degrees. AIV.5 Department of Social Work (Program Code: 36439) EFFECTIVE DATE: FALL 2019 Department/Program: Social Work Career: Graduate Academic Level: Regular Subject Area: Social Work Course Number: SWK 745 Course Title: Disability and Health Systems Catalog Description: Provides knowledge and skills necessary to understand the United States health care system and major legislation established to support t he health care needs of people with disabilities. Analyses disability related legislation, polices, and politics that influence practice in social work and allied health professions, with a particular focus on disparities in health and health care access. Provides knowledge and skills necessary to understand how major services and programs in the disability and health sector are organized, resourced, and delivered, and emphasizes the need for collaboration and networking between the disability and health sy stems. Additionally, the course provides tools for advocating for change and reform to enhance health and well - being of people with disabilities. PREREQUISITE: n/a Credits: 3 Hours: 3 Liberal Arts: No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, et c.): n/a General Education Component: n/a RATIONALE: Social work students are required to complete 1 – 2 graduate electives in the social work program, but we have recently had limited courses to offer. Therefore, there is a need to create electives t hat are relevant and timely to social work and that a full -time faculty member can teach. A current topic locally and nationally is healthcare, and, more specifically, health dispariti es, and social determinants of health. As the specialization of the MSW program is disability studies, there is a great need for students to learn about the intersection of disability and healthcare, health disparities, and social determinants of health. Therefore, this course was created to achieve this aim. t of History (Program Code: 34919) AIV.6 Departmen 26

213 EFFECTIVE DATE: FALL 2019 Department/Program: History Graduate Career: Academic Level: Regular Subject Area: History Course Number: HST 723 Course Title: Oral History Methods, Theories, and Practices Catalog Descr iption: A seminar in Oral History methods, theories, and practices, with a focus on the skills and perspectives needed to undertake applied oral historical research and writing. Introduces students to the central contributions and challenges of or y, a al histor discipline of widespread use in public history projects. Topics to be addressed include: ethics and legal issues in oral hist orical research; Institutional Review Boards; the narrator -interviewer interaction; digital technology; translation of the oral text into a written document; the ethics of interpreting the interview testimony; archival repositories for oral testimonies; the role of the community in the dissemination and reception of oral historical projects. As part of the course, students will c arry out at least one oral history interview. PREREQUISITE: Admission to the History MA Program and HST 701, or permission of the Coordinator of the History MA Program. Credits: 4 Hours: 4 Liberal Arts: No C, etc.): n/a Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WA General Education Component: n/a This course provides students with an entry point to employment in the field of public history. When taken in RATIONALE: combination with the content s course meets the standards recommended by -based offerings in the MA in History's curriculum, thi National Council on Public History (http://ncph.org/cms/education/graduate -and- undergraduate/) and the American Historical Association (See Philip M. Katz, "Public History Employers -- What Do They Want? A Report on the Survey," Perspectives on History: The Newsmagazine of the American Historical Association (September 2003), http://www.historians.org/publications -and- directories/ perspectives -on- history/september -2003/public -history -employers -what -do- they -want -a-report -on-the -survey). 27

214 AV. Change in Existing Courses AV.1 Changes to be offered by the Department of Word Languages and Literatures (Program Code: 25963) TO FROM World Languages and Literatures Department No Change Department ed Communication Skills Course No Change Course SPN 313 Advanc Prerequisite Prerequisite SPN 215 or SPN 219 or equivalent SPN 215 or equivalent Corequisite No change Corequisite n/a 4 Credits Credits No change Hours 4 Hours No change en and oral expression Refinement of writt No change Catalog Catalog through composition, translation, oral reports, Description Description and critical study of the Spanish grammar based on the analysis of selected literary readings of advanced difficulty. Regular attendance in the World Languages and Literatures Media Center is required. (literature) (TALA) NOTE: This course satisfies the College Option. No change General General (literature) (TALA) Education Education Component: Component: Effective Effective Spring 2019 RATIONALE: There are now two Spanish language tracks, one for second language learners, and one for Heritage speakers. SPN 219 (for Heritage speakers) is the equivalent of SPN 215 (for second language learners). Either SPN 215 or SPN 219 is therefo re a prerequisite for SP N 313. AV.2 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No Change No Change Course SOC 100 Course 28

215 Prerequisite Prerequisite No change n/a Corequisite Corequisite No change n/a 3 Credits No change Credits Hours No change Hours 3 A study of modern societies with emphasis on Catalog An introduction to sociological approaches used to study Catalog such fundamental groupings as the family, societies. The course explores the interaction human Description Description class, the community, and the state. The between the individuals, groups and societies; the ant social theories development and role of social institutions such as health course will draw on import to examine the interaction between the care, education, criminal justice, the economy and the individual and society and the processes by family; the causes and consequences of soci al inequalities, which institutions come into being and as structured by factors like social class, race, gender and (social science) develop. (FISR) sexuality. (FISR) Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: The proposed changes update the course and change its name to make it more appealing to students and better refle ct department expectations as to its content. AV.3 Changes to be offered by the Department of Media Culture (Program Code: 34901) FROM TO Department Department No change Media Culture COM/CIN 325 East Asian Popular Culture Course COM/CIN/ EA S East Asian Popular Culture Course (HST 204 or COM 203 or CIN and any 200 level HSS course and sophomore ENG 151 and ENG 151 Prerequisite Prerequisite 210 or CIN 220) standing or 45 credits Corequisite n/a Corequisite No change Credits 4 Credits No change Hours 4 Hours No change This course examines different forms of Catalog Catalog different forms of popular culture in East An examination of popular culture in East Asia from historical, Description Description Asia from historical, sociological, anthropological and sociological, anthropological and media media studies perspectives. Looking at TV drama, cinema, studies perspectives. Looking at TV drama, animation, music, fashion and fast food, the course cinema, animation, music, fashion and fast 29

216 food, the course investigates how popular investigates how popular culture works and how it shapes culture works and how it shapes people’s people’s lives. In particular, how are cultural forms lives. In particular, how are cultural forms communicated and circulated in different places, in regional communicated and circulated in different as well as global contexts and how do local dynamics re- places, in regional as well as global contexts shape the forms? Seeing popular culture as terrains of -shape the and how do local dynamics re power struggles and articulation, we will explore how class, forms? Seeing popular culture as terrains of gender and national identities are constructed and power struggles and articulation, we will contested through popular culture that is in turn shaped by explore how class, gender and national these social relationships in specific political and historical identities are constructed and contested contexts. through popular culture that is in turn shaped by these social relationships in specific political and historical contexts. Effective Fall 2019 Effective The new East Asian Studies minor needs to attract students from diverse disciplines, therefore the choices of RATIONALE: prerequisites should be expanded to accommodate more students. The prerequisites are for aptitude in reading, writing and critical about thinking, rather than specific disciplinary knowledge. The class is designed to attract diverse students, some may know more ultural studies, some more about anthropology, etc. East Asia, some more about media, some more about c Students need exposure to cultural practices in East Asia beyond histories and politics. The class not only teaches popular cultures in East Asian, but also how different transnational, transregional flows are manifested in these cultural practices and exchanges. The students will gain a new appreciation to sets of different, but inter -related and inter -connected cultural phenomena. AV.4 Changes to be offered by the Department of Media Culture (Program Code: 34901) FROM TO Department Department No Change Media Culture Course Course COM/CIN/ EAS 326 Japanese Cinema Theory and History COM/CIN 326 Japanese Cinema Theory and History ENG 151 and (HST 204 or COM 203 or CIN and any 200 level HSS course and sophomore ENG 151 Prerequisite Prerequisite standing or 45 credits 210 or CIN 220) Corequisite n/a Corequisite No change No change Credits 4 Credits 30

217 Hours Hours No change 4 Catalog Catalog surveys Japanese cinema from Japanese cinema from its prehistory to the A survey of This course Description Descript ion its prehistor y to the present, interrogating the present, interrogating the relationship between cinema and Japanese society through familiar concepts such as auteur, relationship between cinema and Japanese society through familiar concepts such as genre, national characteristics and ethnicity, gender and racial hierarchy, culture, Tradition vs. Modernity, the East auteur, genre, national characteristics and ethnicity, gender and racial hierarchy, culture, and the West. We will focus on both historical specificities of "Japan" and formal aspects of filmic texts. Defining Tradition vs. Modernity, the East and the cinema as a social practice, our discussion will cover st. We will focus on both historical We ideological negotiations involved in film exhibition and specificities of "Japan" and formal aspects of filmic texts. Defining cinema as a social identity formation. practice, our discussion will cover ideological negotiations involved in film exhibition and identity formation. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: The new East Asian Studies minor needs to attract students from diverse disciplines, therefore the choices of prerequisites should be expanded to accommodate more students. The prerequisites are for aptitude in reading, writing and critical thinking, rather than specific disciplinary knowledge. The class is designed to attract diverse students, some may know more about East Asia, some more about media, some more about cultural studies, some more about anthropology, etc. Students need exposure to cultural practices in East Asia beyond histories and politics. The program already has classes on Chinese cinema, this class on Japanese cinema will offer students more choices as well as enriching their knowledge on East Asian cinematic histories and practices. AV.5 Changes to be offered by the Department of Social Work (Program Code: 36439) FROM TO Department Social Work Department No change SWK 655 MSW Internship I No change Course Course No change Admission to the MSW Program Prerequisite Prerequisite 31

218 SWK 654 Corequisite SWK 654 Corequisite SWK 650 and Credits No change 2 Credits 2 Hours No change Hours First of two foundation social work First of two foundation social work internship/practicum Catalog Catalog hip/practicum courses. Students are interns courses. Students are placed in a social work setting for 16 Description Description placed in a social work setting for 16 hours hours per week for a total of 480 hours for the academic per week for a total of K 675. Students will work year across SWK 655 and SW 240 hours each who licensed MSW professional under the supervision of semester . Students will work under the supervision of who provides provides guidance for learning in cooperation with the an LMSW student’s faculty liaison at the College. Direct interaction guidance for learning in cooperation with the with individuals, families, groups and communities from student’s facul ty liaison at the College. Direct div erse backgrounds aid the student with integrating interaction with individuals, families, groups concepts and principles from the classroom into their field and communities from diverse backgrounds setting. The Internship must be taken concurrently with the aid the student with integrating concepts and Field Seminar. principles from the classroom into their field setting. The Internship must be taken concurrently with the Field Seminar. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: 1. SWK 650 is no longer a course that is offered in the MSW program, therefore, it was removed from the list of co - requisites. 2. Specifying students obtain 240 hours by the end of the first semester has proved problematic as students, plac ed in a variety of settings (e.g., nursing homes; hospitals; child welfare agencies; schools), have found it difficult to obtain the required 240 hours by the end of the fall semester when grades are due. Many, if not all, students continue to work and gain their hours during the winter break and spring semester. This has meant that students receive an INC for SWK 655 and then only after they have reached the 240 -hour mark (sometime during winter break or in the spring semester), the Professor has to submit a change of grade card to officially cha nge the grade from an INC to a P or F. Having an INC on the transcript can negatively affect the students. By removing the “240 hours” in the course description, all students can then be assigned a “Y” grade at the end of the fall semester and once they complete the full 480 at the end of the spring semester, they can be assigned a P or F for SWK 655 and SWK 675. Although Professors still need to change the “Y” to a P or F, this removes the requirement of having an INC on the student’s transcript, and takes into account that the students are most likely not going to complete 240 hours in the fall semester. 3. A “LMSW” is a licensed an master social worker in the state of New York. Social workers supervising students may have other social work licenses, such as 32

219 LCSW (Licensed clinical social worker) or a license from another state. Therefore, changing the wording in the course description from a specific “LMSW” to a “licensed MSW professional” accounts for this variation in licenses of supervisors. AV.6 Changes to be offered by the Department of Social Work (Program Code: 36439) FROM TO Department Social Work Department No change Course SWK 675 MSW Internship II Course No change P in SWK 655 Prerequisite Prerequisite SWK 655 Corequisite SWK 660 and SWK 654 Corequisite No change Credits 2 Credits No change Hours Hours 2 No change Second of two foundation social work Second of two foundation social work internship /practicum Catalog Catalog internship/practicum courses. Students will be courses. Students will be placed in a social work setting for Description Description placed in a social work setting for 16 hours 16 hours per week for a total of 480 hours for the academic per week for a total of . Students will work year across SWK 655 and SWK 675 240 hours each under the supervision of . Students will work under the who semester a licensed MSW professional who provides an LMSW supervision of provides guidance for learning in cooperation with the student’s faculty liaison at the College. Direct interaction guidance for learning in cooperation with the with individuals, families, groups and communities from student’s faculty liaison at the College. Direct diverse backgrounds aid the student with integrating interaction with individuals, families, groups concepts and principles from the classroom into their field diverse backgrounds and communities from setting. The Internship must be taken concurrently with the aid the student with integrating concepts and Field Seminar. principles from the classroom into their field setting. The Internship must be taken concurrently with the Field Seminar. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: 1. The prerequisite was changed to read SWK 655 without the required “P” as the students will receive a “Y” grade for this class versus a “P”. The “Y” will only change to a “P” or “F” after they have completed SWK 675. Therefore, we do not need to specify a grade for “SWK 655” in the prerequisite requirement. 2. Specifying students obtain 240 hours during the fall and 24 0 hours during the spring semesters have proved problematic as students, placed in a variety of settings (e.g., nursing homes; hospit als; r when grades child welfare agencies; schools), have found it difficult to obtain the required 240 hours by the end of the fall semeste 33

220 are due. Many, if not all, students continue to work and gain their hours during the winter break and/or into the spring semester. By removing the “240 hours” in the course description removes this unrealistic expectation that students complete 240 hours in the fall and 240 hours in the spring. Instead, this allows for students to complete more hours in the spring than in the fall as long as they meet the overall requirement of 480 hours in total by the end of the academic year. 3. A “LMSW” is a licensed master social worker in the state of New York. Social workers supervising students may have other social work licenses, such as an LCSW (Licensed cli nical social worker) or a license from another state. Therefore, changing the wording in the course description from a specific “LMSW” to a “licensed MSW professional” accounts for this variation in licenses of supervisors. AV.7 Changes to be offered by the Department of Social Work (Program Code: 36439) FROM TO Department Social Work Depart ment No change Course SWK 754 MSW Internship III Course No change Admission to the Advanced Standing or Prerequisite No change Prerequisite successful completion of the first year curriculum. Corequisite SWK 655 and SWK 764 Corequisite SWK 764 Credits 2 Credits No change 2 Hours No change Hours First of two advanced year field internship Catalog Catalog First of two advanced year field internship courses. courses. Students are placed in a social work Description Description Students are placed in a social work setting that specializes setting that specializes in an area of in an area of disabilities – physical, neurological, sensory, disabilities – physical, neurological, sensory, for 24 developmental, alcohol/drugs, and/or mental health – developmental, alcohol/drugs, and/or mental hours per week for a total of 720 hours for the academic health – for 24 hours per week for a total of year across SWK 754 and SWK 755 . This field internship 360 hours per semester . This field internship provides students with the opportunity to further integrate provides students with the opportunity to and build upon the knowledge, values and skills learned in further integrate and build upon the ent and to adequately prepare students the previous placem knowledge, values and skills learned in the for professional employment within the social work field. placement and to adequately previous Students work under the supervision of a licensed MSW prepare students for professional professional who provides guidance for learning in employment within the social work field. cooperation with the student’s faculty liaison at the College Students work under the supervision of a 34

221 licensed MSW professional who provides of Staten Island. Advanced direct interaction with guidance for learning in cooperation with the individuals, groups and communities from diverse t the College of student’s faculty liaison a backgrounds aid the student with integrating concepts and Staten Island. Advanced direct interaction principles from the classroom into their field setting. This with individuals, groups and communities course is graded Pass/Fail. from diverse backgrounds aid the student with integrating concepts and principles from the classroom into their field setting. This ail. course is graded Pass/F Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: 1. SWK 655 was removed as a co -requisite as this appears to be a mistake in the 2017- 18 graduate catalogue. 2. Specifying students obtain 360 hours during the fall and 360 hours during the spring semesters have proved problematic as students, placed in a variety of settings (e.g., mental health clinics; hospitals; schools), have found it difficult to obtain the required 360 hours by the end of the fall semester when grades are due. Many, if not all, students conti nue to work and gain their hours during the winter break and/or into the spring semester. This has meant that students receive an INC for SWK 754 and then only after they have reached the 360 -hour mark (sometime during winter break or in the spring semeste r), the Professor has to submit a change of grade card to officially change the grade from an INC to a P or F. Having an INC on the transcript can negatively affect the students. By removing the “360 hours” in the course description, all students can then be assigned a “Y” grade at the end of the fall semester and once they complete the full 720 at the end of the spring semester, they can be assigned a P or F for SWK 754 and SWK 755. Although Professors still need to change the “Y” to a P or F, this removes the requirement of having an INC on the student’s transcript, and takes into account that the students are most likely not going to complete 360 hours in the fall semester. AV.8 Changes to be offered by the Department of Social Work (Program Code: 36439) FROM TO Department Department No change Social Work SWK 755 MSW Internship IV Course No change Course P in SWK 754 SWK 754 Prerequisite Prerequisite SWK 750 or SWK 760 Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 2 Credits No change No change Hours 2 Hours 35

222 Second of two advanced year field internship courses. Second of two advanced year field internship Catalog Catalog courses. Students continue in their Students continue in their placements in a social work Desc ription Description setting that specializes in an area of disabilities – physical, placements in a social work setting that specializes in an area of disabilities – neurological, sensory, developmental, alcohol/drugs, and/or mental health – physical, neurological, sensory, for 24 hours per week for a total of 720 developmental, alcohol/drugs, and/or mental hours for the academic year across SWK 754 and SWK – for 24 hours per week for a total of health 755. This field internship provides students with the . This field internship opportunity to further integrate and build upon the 360 hours per semester knowledge, values and skills learned in the previous provides students with the opportunity to ement and to adequately prepare students for plac further integrate and build upon the professional employment within the social work field. knowledge, values and skills learned in the Students work under the supervision of a licensed MSW previous placement and to adequately professional who provides guidance for learning in prepare students for professional e College cooperation with the student’s faculty liaison at th employment within the social work field. of Staten Island. Advanced direct interaction with Students work under the supervision of a individuals, groups and communities from diverse licensed MSW professional who provides backgrounds aid the student with integrating concepts and guidance for learning in cooperation with the principles from the classroom into their field setting. This student’s faculty liaison at the College of course is graded Pass/Fail. Staten Island. Advanced direct interaction with individuals, groups and communities from diverse backgrounds aid the student with integrating concepts and principles from the classroom into their field setting. This course is graded Pass/Fail. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: 1. The prerequisite was changed to read SWK 754 without the required “P” as the students will receive a “Y” grade for this class versus a “P”. The “Y” will only change to a “P” or “F” after they have completed SWK 755. Therefore, we do not need to specify a grade for “SWK 754” in the prerequisite requirement. 2. The co- requisites of SWK 750 and SWK 760 were removed as they are no longer offered in the SWK program. There are no other co -requisites required. 3. Specifying students obtain 360 hours during the fall and 360 hours during the spring semesters have proved problematic as students, placed in a variety of settings (e.g., mental health clinics; hospitals; schools), have found it difficult to obtain the re quired 360 hours by the end of the fall semester when ng grades are due. Many, if not all, students continue to work and gain their hours during the winter break and/or into the spri semester. By removing the “360 hours” in the course description removes this unrealistic expectation that students complete 360 36

223 hours in the fall and 360 hours in the spring. Instead, this allows for students to complete more hours in the spring than in the fall as long as they meet the overall requirement of 720 hours in total by the end of the academic year. AV.9 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) TO FROM Sociology/Anthropology/Program in Department/Program Department/Program No change International Studies AN T/SOC/INT Course Course No change 305 Power and Society in Latin America SOC 200 or SOC 240 or SOC 260 or ANT ENG 151 and (any 200 - level SOC or ANT Prerequisite Prerequisite HST 208 or INT 200 or INT 201) 201 course, or None Corequisite Corequisite None 4 Cre dits Credits No change Hours Hours No change 4 This course will offer students a general An of the political, economic, and overview Catalog Description Catalog Description orces shaping Latin American societies cultural f overview of the political, economic, and . cultural forces shaping Latin American It will pay particular attention on social exclusion, the problem of urban insecurity, the struggle for societies. It will focus particular attention on social inequal ities and the effects of social justice and the effects of contemporary contemporary global changes on the Readings and class global changes in the region. region. Readings and class discussions discussions will address both specific countries and global trends affecting the region more will address both specific countries and broadly. trends affecting the region more broadly. Fall 2019 Effective Effective RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prer equisites. AV.10 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) 37

224 FROM TO Sociology/Anthropology/African and Department/Program Department/Program No change African Diaspora Studies Program AAD/ANT/SOC 332 Social Movements Course Course No change and Social Justice level SOC or ANT - ENG 151 and SOC/ANT 203 or SOC ENG 151 and (any 200 Prerequisite Prerequisite 212 SOC 200 course) or None Corequisite Corequisite None Cre dits 4 Credits No change Hours Hours No change 4 No An introduction to key sociological theories change Catalog Description Catalog Description and concepts in the study of social movements. Addressing various questions, including: how have powerless groups of people organized social movements to try to improve their lives and change the society in which they lived? What did these movements accomplish in terms of improving people’s -to-day lives? What role has policing day and police played in social movements? Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prerequisites. AV.11 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change No change Course ANT 308 Anthropology of Human Rights Course 38

225 151 and ANT 201 ENG ENG 151 and (any 200 - level SOC or ANT course) Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite Cor equisite None 4 Credits No change Credits Hours 4 Hours No change An examination o that anthropologists have f different ways in which An examination of the different ways Catalog Catalog approached human rights, from attempts to understand anthropologists have approached human Description Description rights, from attempts to understand human human rights as abstract, codified principles, to work that takes human rights as an anthropological object, rights – as most disciplines and advocates do – as abstract, codified principles, to work that constituted by specific social practices and meanings. It examines how anthropologists have addressed human takes human rights as an anthropological object, constituted by specific social practices rights through a range of topics and themes (including but and meanings. It examines how not limited to activism, the state and citizenship, truth and anthropologists have addressed human rights reconciliation, health, child prostitution, the trade in human organs), in order to develop a critical, anthropologically through a range of t hemes, from activism, the state and citizenship, truth and reconciliation grounded, sense of human rights. to health care, child prostitution, the trade in human organs, in order to develop a critical sense of human rights as an anthropological object. Effective Fall 2019 Effective RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prerequisites . AV.1 2 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change Course ANT 365 Political Anthropology Course No change - ENG 151 and (any 200 ANT 100 or SOC 100 or SOC/ANT 203 level SOC or ANT course) Prerequisite Prerequisite 39

226 None Corequisite None Corequisite Credits No change Credits 4 4 Hours No change Hours The central topic in political anthropology is The central topic in political anthropology is the emergence Catalog Catalog This course will examine and political life. the emergence of the state what and urban of the state Description Description we call “the state” from a historical and contextual . This course will societies from tribal societies different explanations for the examine perspective emphasizing the existence of multiple practices emergence of states and show the of government such as the state and state -like armed importance of this problem to anthropology as actors. T aking the state as an anthropological object, the a whole. course sheds light on the implications of state development for the concepts of crime, punishment and (social) justice. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Cr itical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prerequisites. AV.1 3 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Department No chang e Sociology/Anthropology Course No change Course ANT 370 Urban Anthropology - ENG 151 and (any 200 ANT 100 or SOC 100 or SOC/ANT 203 level SOC or ANT course) Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite Corequisite None 4 Credits No change Credits Hours 4 Hours No change The social and cultural organization of urban life examined The social and cultural organization of urban Catalog atalog C life examined from two perspectives: detailed from two perspectives: detailed and comparative studies of Description Description and comparative studies of households, households, neighborhoods, homeless shelters, and other neighborhoods, homeless shelters, and other urban institutions, and the transformations in the Third urban institutions, and the transformations in World involving mass migrations and industrial relocation , 40

227 the Third World involving mass migrations with attention to the relationship of these institutions and transformations to phenomena like crime, or practices of and industrial relocation. social justice. Effective Fall 2019 Effective RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prerequisites. AV.1 4 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) TO FROM Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change Course SOC 212 Criminology Course No change ENG 151 and COR 100 ENG 111, COR 100 and ANT 110 or SOC Prerequisite Prerequisite 100 or SOC/ANT 203 None Corequisite None Corequisite 4 Credits No change Credits 4 Hours No change Hours Sociological research and theory on crime Catalog Catalog No change and criminal behavior. Social, cultural, Description Description economic, and psychological factors affecting crime. The definition of crime in historical and cultural perspectives: interpersonal cross- violence, organized crime, corporate crime, and political violations of human rights. (social science) NOTE: This course satisfies the College Option. Effective Effective Fall 20 19 RATIONALE: Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing hidden prerequisites. 5 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) AV.1 41

228 FROM TO Sociology/Anthropology Department No change Department SOC 240 Minority Groups Course No change Course ENG 151 and COR 100 No change Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 4 Credits No change 4 Hours No change Hours Social, political, economic, and historical factors affecting Social, political, economic, and historical Catalog Catalog factors affecting minority group status. The roots of prejudice and minority group status. The Description Description discrimination; analysis of their psychological and social roots of prejudice and discrimination; analysis of their psychological and social causes and causes and consequences, especially for access to justice, in modern societies. Emphasis will be placed on a consequences in modern societies. Emphasis will be pla ced on a comparison of different comparison of different cultures in a global context. (social cultures in a global context. (social science) science) (cont. wld.) (p&d) NOTE: This course satisfies the (cont. wld.) (p&d) NOTE: This course satisfies College Option. the College Option. Effective Effective Fall 2019 Updating the catalog description. RATIONALE: 6 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) je AV.1 FRO TO M Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change SOC 260 Class, Status, and Power Course Course No change ENG 151 and COR 100 No change Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 4 Credits No change No change Hours 4 Ho urs 42

229 Historical and comparative analysis of social classes and Historical and comparative analysis of social Catalog Catalog classes and strata — their emergence, —their emergence, persistence, and change—in strata Description Description persistence, and change— in different types rent types of societies. The effects of class, status, and diffe of societies. The effects of class, status, and power on the quality of life, social relations, and contests power on the quality of life and social over notions of justice. Recent changes in class structure. relations. Recent changes in class structure. (social science) (p&d) (cont. wld.) NOTE: This course satisfies the College Option. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: on. Updating the catalog descripti AV.1 7 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change SOC 322 Sociology of the Environment Course Course No change and Ecology ENG 151 and one or more of the following: level SOC or ANT course ENG 151 and any 200 - Prerequisite Prerequisite . SOC 200, SOC 201, ANT 201, SOC 260 None None Corequisite Corequisite Credits 4 Credits No change Hours 4 Hours No change An over view of various aspects, approaches, An overview of various aspects, approaches, key issues, Catalog Catalog key issues, and case studies relevant to the and case studies relevant to the sociology of the Description Description environment and environmental issues, focusing on sociology of the environment and environmental issues, focusing on overlaps overlaps between the sociological perspective or between the sociological perspective or ima gination and ecological thinking. This course covers the imagination and ecological thinking. This basic facts of major environmental issues, both local (such e basic facts of major course covers th as Fresh Kills, Love Canal, and cancer rates and pollution on Staten Island and Long Island) and global (such as the environmental issues, both local (such as ster, industrialized food production, Deepwater Horizon disa Fresh Kills, Love Canal, and cancer rates and 43

230 and citizens’ movements for environmental awareness) pollution on Staten Island and Long Island) as, and global (such as the Deepwater Horizon . Importantly, this course in in part, social justice issues Environmental Sociology will focus on the roles played by disaster, industrialized food production, and geography, race, class, the market, labor interests, social ements for environmental citizens’ mov awareness). Importantly, this course in gender, and colonialism in the development, classification, Environmental Sociology will focus on the and treatment of environmental problems. roles played by class, the market, labor interests, social geography, race, gender, and colonialism in the development, classification, of environmental problems. and treatment Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: and minor; removing Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration hidden prerequisites. AV. 18 Changes to be offered by the Department of Sociology/Anthropology (Program Code: 34917) FROM TO Department Sociology/Anthropology Department No change No SOC 372 Institutions of Control change Course Course level SOC or ANT course ENG 151 and any 200 100, or SOC 100, or SOC/ANT 203 and ANT - Prerequisite Prerequisite level Ant or Soc course. any 200- None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 4 Credits No change Hours Hours No change 4 How leading social institutions (family, schools, mass How leading social institutions (family, Catalog Catalog media, government, schools, mass media, government, and the and the economy) shape and prisons, cription Description Des society. control society. The role of racism, sexism, violence, and economy) shape and control U.S. . Existing The role of racism, sexism, violence, and economic exploitation as forms of social control patterns of domination and subordination. economic exploitation as forms of social control. Existing patterns of domination and subordination. 44

231 Effective Effective Fall 2019 Updating the prerequisites for the new Critical Criminology and Social Justice concentration and minor; removing RATIONALE: hidden prerequisites. Changes to be o ffered by the Department of History (Program Code: 34908) AV. 19 TO FROM History No change Department Department HST 260 U.S. History: First Encounters to the No change Course Course Present ENG 111 and COR 100 or any college - level No change Prerequisite Prerequisite urse history co None None Corequisite Corequisite Credits 4 Credits No change Hours No change 4 Hours A one semester survey of United States - A one designed semester survey of United States History Catalog Catalog for students pursuing the SLS degree. The course History. While designed to contribute to the Description Description liberal arts general education o f CSI students contribute eneral education of SLS s to the liberal arts g while also ensuring that students will acquire students and to the training of history majors, the content competency and analytical skills that will prepare course will be especially valuable to students in New York City and State. intending careers as elementary and middle them for careers in teaching This course focuses on the content of U.S. history, taught school social studies teachers, since it is with a high level of student engagement and experiential based on the content and skills required of learning that models effective teaching. The course does e school social studies elementary and middl not aim to develop students’ curriculum and pedagogy teachers in New York City and State. skills, which are addressed elsewhere in the SLS degree Students will collect primary and secondary (social science) NOT materials in each of the time periods covered E: This course satisfies requirements. the College Option. Students majoring in SLS must take in the elementary school curriculum, including this course in order to satisfy the social science 200- level time -lines and maps, and New York State, requirement. Island historical materials, City, and Staten thus assembling a portfolio to be used in their social studies classrooms. Emphasis will be 45

232 on the skills students will foster in their own work as elementary school teachers: thinking, roup research and writing, interpersonal and g relations, sequencing and chronology, map and globe, and graph and image analytic skills. For History majors and minors, this is designated as a United States History course. (social science) NOTE: This course satisfies the College Option. Students ma joring in SLS must take this course in order to satisfy the - level requirement. social science 200 Effective Fall 2019 Effective RATIONALE: The changes in the course allow for clearer disambiguation from pedagogy -centered Education courses that are also required for the SLS major. Its removal from the History major indicates that the focus on preparing students with content knowledge that aligns with Early Childhood teaching does not serve to prepar e the History Department’s majors who are preparing for secondary -level teaching. The change directs HST majors towards more appropriate preparatory courses. As a General Education course, however, its value is unchanged. AV.2 0 Changes to be offered by the Department of Biology (Program Code: 34900) FROM TO No change Department Biology Department BIO 160 Human Anatomy and Physiology II No change Course Course with a grade of C or higher. BIO 105 or a satisfactory score on the BIO 150 Prerequisite Prerequisite Biology Placement Test, and BIO 150 None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 4 Credits No change Hours 3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours Hours No change . Lecture and laboratory BIO 150 This course is a continuation of BIO 150 . continuation of A Catalog Catalog Lecture and laboratory sessions deal with the sessions deal with the structure and function of the urinary, Description Description digestive, nervous, endocrine, and reproductive systems. structure and function of the urinary, 46

233 digestive, nervous, endocrine, and (STEM) (FSWR) This course may not reproductive systems. be used to satisfy general education degree requirements, except for Nursing AAS (STEM) (FSWR) students. Effective Effectiv e Fall 2019 BIO 105 has been removed from the curriculum and, as such, no longer required as a prerequisite for the course. RATIONALE: AIV.2 1 Changes to be offered by the Department of History (Program Code: 34919) FROM TO Department History Depar tment No change No change HST 706 Museum Studies Course Course Admission to the History MA Program or or the Advanced Admission to the History MA Program Prerequisite Prerequisite ublic History Program, permission of the Coordinator of the History or permission of the Certificate in P MA Program. Coordinator of the History MA Program. None Corequisite Corequisite None 4 Credits No change Credits Hours 4 Hours No change No change An introduction to the history, theory, and Catalog Catalog practice of history museums. It will acquaint Description Description students with the history of museums and public history sites. Students also will learn the basic tools necessary for working with history museum collections and exhibitions, particularly through an introduction to the theory and practice of the material and visual culture (the study of history through objects and images) that underpins public history and museums. Emphasis will be placed on 47

234 understanding the history of history museums and historic sites, how and why public history controversy occurs in museums, and how to curate effective exhibitions. The rich array of history museums and sites in New York City -on offers students the opportunity for hands case studies, which they will draw upon to review history museums and their exhibitions, analyze a material culture object, and create a proposal for a history museum exhibition. Effective Fall 2019 Effective that students enrolled in that Program, RATIONALE: The creation of the new Advanced Certificate in Public History Program means as well as students enrolled in the History MA Program, should be allowed to enroll automatically in this course. 2 Changes to be offered by the Department of History (Program Code: 34919) AIV.2 FROM TO ment History Department No change Depart HST 715 History of New York No change Course Course Admission to the History MA Program or Admission to the History MA Program or the Ad vanced Prerequisite Prerequisite Certificate in Public History Program, or permission of the permission of the Coordinator of the History MA Program. Coordinator of the History MA Program. None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 4 Credits No change 4 Hours No change Hours No change and/or This course examines specific periods Catalog Catalog themes in the history of the state of New Description Description York. At the discretion of the faculty instructor, it may focus on one region, such as Albany, New York City, Harlem, or Staten 48

235 Island. Topics will reflect the historical scholarship of the instructor and may include: Native American history, women’s history, New Netherland, British New York, the American Revolution, the Jacksonian era, the Civil War, the Gilded Age, the Jazz Age, the environment, race, slavery, immigration, industrialization, urbanization, r eligion, politics, and globalization. Effective Effective Fall 2019 m, RATIONALE: The creation of the new Advanced Certificate in Public History Program means that students enrolled in that Progra led in the History MA Program, should be allowed to enroll automatically in this course. as well as students enrol AIV.2 3 Changes to be offered by the Department of History (Program Code: 34919) FROM TO Department History Department No change No change HST 718 Seminar in Publi c History Course Course Admission to the History MA Program and or the Advanced Admission to the History MA Program Prerequisite Prerequisite or permission of the Coordinator of HST 701, Certificate in Public History Program, or permission of the Coordinator of the History MA Program. the History MA Program. None None Corequisite Corequisite 4 Credits No change Credits Hours 4 Hours No change No change A seminar in Public History methods, Catalog Catalog practice, and issues, with a focus on the skills Description Description and perspectives needed to undertake applied historical work. The course introduces students to the ways in which public and private sector historical scholarship raises 49

236 particular issues of ethics and professionalism that may differ from those -based scholars. Topics to faced by university be addressed will include: standards and ethics in public history; varieties of public history; practical skills necessary for responsible public history practice; fostering scholarship while remaining sensitive to stake holder interests; historical content examined through a lens of public history. Some work in the course will be produced by students working in teams, as collaborative work is an essential part of public history. As fy and part of the course, students will identi propose an internship placement for a subsequent semester. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: The creation of the new Advanced Certificate in Public History Program means that students enrolled in that Progra m, of the as well as students enrolled in the History MA Program, should be allowed to enroll automatically in this course. The removal HST 701 prerequisite is intended to make the course more accessible to students enrolled in the History MA Program or the Advanced Certificate in Public History Program who have not yet had the opportunity to complete HST 701. Students in the Hist ory MA Program or the Advanced Certificate in Public History Program will still be required (as per the program descriptions in t he graduate catalog) to take HST 701 at their earliest opportunity. 4 Changes to be offered by the School of Business (Program Code: 30775) AIV.2 FROM TO Department Management Department No change change MGT 600 The Administrative Process No Course Course No change n/a Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite None Corequisite 50

237 Credits Credits No change 3 3 No change Hours Hours This course introduces students to the key Introduces students to the key issues involved in the Catalo Catalog g issues involved in the management of the management of organizations. Major topics include Description Description ajor topics include the organizations. M nature functions of managers (planning, organizing, staffing, the organization’s internal and leading, and controlling), of management and the skills required for , the organization’s internal and external environment , strategy, managerial ethics, and success business communication skills. external environment, organizational ethics, and the functions of managers (planning, organizing, leading /motivating , and controlling). Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: The changes are a response to assessment of MGT 600 based on F17 data and the current content of MGT600. The course description and learning obje ctives were updated and revised accordingly. AIV.2 5 Changes to be offered by the School of Business (Program Code: 30775) FROM TO Department Department No change Management MGT 710 Leadership and Organizational No change Course Course Effectiveness n/a No change Prerequisite Prerequisite None Corequisite Corequisite None Credits 3 Credits No change Hours 3 Hours No change studying the role of leaders in analytical approach to A systematic analytical approach to An Catalog Catalog understanding, predicting, and controlling organizations and the relationship between leadership and Description Description in organizations is presented human behavior organizational effectiveness . Leadership and management concepts are presented and students are in this course. Special consideration is given theories and to the relationship of the individual and the provided with opportunities to apply them. Included also are 51

238 organization, groups and the organization, a discussion of leadership at different levels (individual, and organizational development. The course team, and organizational), the leader -follower relationship is presented within the framework of and its impact on organizations. providing leadership for the organization and its employees. Effective Effective Fall 2019 RATIONALE: The changes are a response to assessment of MGT 710 based on F17 data and the current content of MGT 710. The course description and learning objectives were updated and revised accordingly. AVI. Courses Withdrawn n/a AVII: Affiliation Agreements n/a 52

239 Hostos Community College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report Section AIV: New Courses Program Title 00906 AIV.1 Program Code AA in Liberal Arts and Science Department English Course Title Integrated Reading and Composition ENG 100 and Number Prerequisite Co - requisite Placement; OR passing the Accuplacer Reading Test with a score of 55 or higher and attaining a score between 48- 55 on the CAT -W; OR passing the CAT -W with a score of 56 or higher and attaining a score between 41- 54 on the Accuplacer; OR - - W and 41 - 54 on the Accuplacer. Attaining a score between 48 55 on the CAT Hours 6 Credits 3 Description: ENG 100 integrates core reading and writing skills. This foundational course develops students’ reading, compositi on, and revision skills so they will be able to produce the essays expected of students who successfully complete ENG 110, Expository Writing. Students will learn how to use readings and discussion as the foundation for expository essays and research projects. Students will be introduced to the use of print and online secondary sources. On completion of the course, students will be able to read and write critically about a variety of texts, integrating their own ideas with those of the readings. This course combines in one semester the work of developmental writing/developmental reading and ENG 110. Students who pass ENG 100 will have fulfilled the requirements of ENG 110. Rationale: The English Department is revising the course sequence to account for c hanges in CUNY placement policy. ENG 100 combines ENG 101 and 102 to make the course sequence clearer. In the absence of testing requirements, there is no need to offer ENG 101 and 102. ENG 100 integrates and replaces 101 or 102 for eligible students.

240 Hunter College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report Action taken by the Hunter College Senate on May 16, 2018. Part A: Academic Matters Section AI: Special Actions AI.1 BUSINE SS STUDIES PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH A CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN SPONSORED BY THE ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Executive Summary The proposed program will consist of courses drawn from several departments and will be housed in the department of Economics . We believe the best foundation for any career is a liberal arts education. Students with any liberal arts major can and should feel confident that their education has prepared them for the workplace. Nevertheless, many students want to supplement their liberal arts education w - ith business specific skills and a credential signaling those skills to potential employers. We will rely on businesses in New York City for work opportunities for Business Center for coordination of internships and workshops in business skills. students, and on the Cooperman Pre- Abstract The Certificate in Business Studies will build on the knowledge and skills acquired in other courses and relevant for busines s, as well as create a valuable market credential for students pursuing career opportunities in business and management following graduation. Employers have identified the qualities associated with a liberal arts education such as creativity, communication skills, cr itical thinking and problem -solving ability as those most desirable in potential employees. Yet employers also value e vidence that potential new hires are already acquainted with the tools (e.g., spreadsheets, presentation software) and language (i.e., accounting statements) they will ne ed in a business environment.

241 Hunter College students have expressed concern about career readiness and seek a credential memorializing their accomplishments. The -related skills acquired by students while they pursue their degree in Certificate in Business Studies will provide evidence of specific business liberal arts at Hunter. Based on conversations with students, the Cooperman Pre- Business Center estimates that at least 50 students per year would like to participate in the Certificate program. The Certificate will draw on current strengths in existing Hunter College departments and the Cooperman Pre- Business Center to provide . In order to fulfill the opportunities for students to signal to employers their capability to perform the functions required in a management position Certificate requirements, students in the program will take a core set of courses that introduce the fundamentals of the market economy, accounting (the language of business), project management, leadership, communication, and teamwork. An elective course will a llow students an o their individual strengths, and help highlight the importance of the liberal arts for a business career. Students opportunity to tailor the certificate t requisites or alternatively through more advanced courses, if they can fulfill the requirements for the Certificate through courses with few or no pre- requisites. have already fulfilled pre- Purpose and Goals Hunter offers a liberal arts education, arguably the best undergraduate preparation for a career in business. In the words of Dan Everett, Dean of 1 Arts and Sciences at Bentley University , “You need the business skills to get a job. You need the arts and science background to make partner.” Hunter’s liberal arts programs can develop the creativity and problem -solving and writing skills necessary for success in business (or any other field , for that matter.). The proposed Certificate in Business Studies aims to provide an introduction to the necessary business s kills, both technical th current business tools. The program is (accounting and economics), and “soft”: the ability to work in teams, presentation skills, and familiarity wi ap with other designed to be accessible to students in a wide variety majors by minimizing prerequisites and recognizing courses that overl requirements. Need and Justification While the liberal arts are arguably t he best background for a business career, students (and their parents) often express a justifiable interest in programs that will give students a leg up in the job market. At the same time, the Cooperman Pre- Business Center staff reports that employers loo k for certain attributes, skills, and experience in their applicants. Employers are looking for students with demonstrated or al and written communication skills; analytical, problem portantly, employers prefer that -solving, and quantitative skills; and experience working in teams. Most im an applicant have some prior work experience. The Certificate program will offer students a means to demonstrate to employers their relevant abilities and experience. Student Interest and Enrollment Projections

242 A. Interest/D emand About five percent of Hunter’s entering students express a desire to study business. Many others wish to augment their liberal arts programs with business -oriented skills. elong to business -related clubs or attend business -oriented panels or One way to gauge student interest is to look at the number of students who b workshops. While this is an imperfect way to measure, as there is some overlap, it gives a sense of the number of students who are actively looking to pursue business careers. There are currently 75 members of the Pre- Business Society; 61 members of the Hunter Macaulay Business Club; 44 current Cooperman Fellows; and 100 members of the Investment and Trading Society. Attendance at recent Pre- Business events has ranged from 24 at a panel on Real Estate careers, to 60 at an Entrepreneurship in Retail and Fashion discussion, to 80 at a panel entitled, “Your sponsored with the Accounting Society. Three hundred fifty Place in Corporate America,” which was co- -nine students have opted in to the Business Center’s listserv. Cooperman Pre- s. For the most An increasing number of students each year apply for the Cooperman Fellowship, demonstrating their strong interest in busines lied. In addition, the Cooperman Pre- Business Center has held various non- recent application process in Fall 2017, approximately 35 students app credit classes for which there is a good appetite. Specifically, 40 students attended a seven- hour session on financial analysis, and 28 of them returned for a second seven- hour sess ion. In the past, we held a real estate seminar consisting of six sessions, each lasting 90 minutes, which drew close to 25 students. B. Enrollment Projections We expect that approximately 30 students per year will enroll in the program. tificate Program C. Admission to the Cer Eligibility Requirements a. Candidates must be full -time students currently enrolled at Hunter College and have earned 25- 95 credits. A minimum of 1/3 of these credits must have been earned at Hunter College. Graduate students and individual s with advanced degrees are not eligible 2 to apply. Successful applicants will show evidence of the following: i. Academic excellence and a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA ii. Demonstrated interest in business b. Required pre- requisite course is: ECO 10000 2 BAMA candidates are in fact undergraduates, and therefore eligible.

243 c. Students sel ected for the Program must maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Application Requirements a. An electronic copy of their resumé, highlighting extra- curricular activities and interests a. An electronic copy of their official transcript fewer, answering the following three questions: b. One essay of 650 words or i. What are you doing today that demonstrates your interest in business? ii. What are your professional aspirations upon graduating Hunter? e these goals? iii. How will participating in the Business Studies Certificate help you achiev c. Based on written applications, select students may be invited to interview with the Business Certificate Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will select applicants subject to available resources. We expect to limit enrollment to 30 students per year, at least initially. Curriculum The certificate program will include three required 3- credit courses, plus one elective drawn from existing courses at the college and a 3- credit internship with an associated capstone course, for a tot al of fifteen credits. Two of the courses are new: ECO 26100 Introduction to Entrepreneurship, and the Internship/capstone course, ECO 49700. The ed out in every semester it has been Entrepreneurship course has been offered multiple times as a special topics course. (Enrollment has clos offered.) Students may apply six (6) credits from the Business Certificate towards requirements for other programs. Four of the courses in this certificate (ACC 22500, ACC 23000, ECO 26100, and ECO 49700) cannot fulfi ll requirements toward the BS in Accounting, the BA in Economics or minors in Accounting or Economics. Accounting majors can replace ACC 22500 with ACC 37400. Accounting majors and minors may not use ACC 22500, ACC 23000, ECO 22100, STAT 11300 or STAT 21300 to fulfill Certificate requirements. Syllabi for courses are included in Appendix A. Sample Program Fall 1: ECO 10000: Introduction to Economics Spring 1: ACC 22500: Survey of Accounting Fall 2: elective Spring 2: ECO 26100: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

244 Fall 3: ECO 49700: Internship Note that the Certificate can be completed without additional prerequisites by choosing an elective from among ACC 23000, CSC I 12700, and CSCI13300. (required for all students) Required Courses ECO 100000 - Intr ● (this course is being modified to be an introductory, gateway course for all non- majors and oduction to Economics majors): This course will provide a broad overview of economic principles, issues and policy, which are fundamental to an understanding of bus iness. (3 credits) ● ACC 22500 - Survey of Accounting . This course was developed by the Accounting program and provides an introductory accounting survey designed specifically for non- majors to gain understanding of business terminology and the role of accounting in business req. Does not count towards Accounting Major (3 credits) (May be replaced by ACCP 37400) environment. No pre- New Course: ECO 26100 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship ● . This course introduces students to the fundamentals of business through the prism of a new business, with the understanding that entrepreneurial methods can be often also applied to existing, larger businesses, as well as social enterprises. This course tackles the central business process of creating, building, and leading companies, and looks at aspects of entrepreneurship and leadership for both individuals and teams in the face of complex situations. Does not count t owards Economics or Accounting majors (3 credits) ● ECO 49700: Capstone in Business Studies (3 credits) Wor k experience is an essential component of the Business Certificate. -profit employer for a minimum of 96 hours. The pre- Students must work for a for Business advising office will work closely with students and employers to ensure that internships provide meaningful experiences in the chosen industry. The student will obtain a full written evaluation from his or her supervisor and will also submit a brief analysis of the business that demonstrates his or her understanding of the enterprise: its financials, management team, competitors, opportunities and obstacles. This internship experience will be accompanied by iness skills weekly course meetings, in which students will hone their presentation and interview skills and gain expertise in various bus l, Powerpoint, and other business tools.) Does not count towards Economics or Accounting majors. (e.g., Exce Students choose one course from the following courses, organized here by category for clarity. Elective: A: Technology & Data ● CSCI 12700 - Introductio n to Computer Science (STEM) . This course presents an overview of computer science, with an emphasis on problem -solving and computational thinking through coding: computer programming for beginners. Other topics include: organization of hardware, software, and how information is structured on contemporary computing devices. No pre- req. (3 credits)

245 ● - Programming for Everyone . A comprehensive practical course in programming that concentrates on producing working CSCI 13300 mations, data manipulations, interacting with the Internet, graphical user interfaces and many other software for games, simulations, ani application areas. No programming experience is necessary. This course is required for Computer Science minors. This course d oes not req. (3 credits) count toward the computer science major. No pre- ECO 22100 - Economic Statistics . Probability and statistics in the context of economics, business and public policy; data analysis, ● probability distributions, and hypothesis testing. Prereq: MATH 12500 or exemption from the course. (3 credits) POLSC 20600 – Research Design in Political Science . This course introduces students to research design in political science. Students ● will learn the quantitative political science research process. The process includes formul ating theory, operationalizing concepts, selecting paper. This the appropriate research methods, observing behavior, analyzing data, interpreting data, and writing up an empirical research -on class where “learning- by-doing” is emphasized. The second half of the course is in the computer lab working with real is a hands req: Math 001. (3 credits) political data. Pre- SOC 24100 - ● . Application of elementary statistical techniques . Introduction to statistical inference and sampling Social Statistics req: SOC 10100. (3 credits) theory. Pre- ● STAT 11300 - Elementary Probability and Statistics . An introduction to applied statistics and statistical computing. Hands -on data analysis. Graphical inference. The five number summary, box plots, scatterplots, normal probabil ity plots. Elementary probability. Statistical estimation and hypothesis testing. Linear regression. (3 credits) ● STAT 21300 - Introduction to Applied Statistics (STEM) . Sampling, estimation, tests of hypotheses, including one- and two- sample tests, two - and way tables for nominal and ordinal data, linear regression, analysis of variance through two- way with interaction, three- req: MATH 12500 or appropriate score on placement exam. (3 credits) appropriate statistical software. Pre- URBS 31100 ● Quantitative Ap proaches to Urban Analysis . A survey of quantitative methods used to analyze urban policy and plans. - req: Open only urban studies majors who have Students are taught about demography, data analysis, and benefit cost analysis. Pre- completed the URBS 10100/10200 sequence or perm instr. (3 credits) B: Marketing & Communication MEDPL 20100 ● Reporting and Writing I . The sequence will introduce students to the fundamentals of reporting through interviews, - observation, and documentary research, and to the forms in which journalists present their reporting. It will also ask them to grapple with some of the ethical, legal, and technological issues facing contemporary journalism, and will provide a basic understanding of the workings of state and city government. P re-req: MEDIA 180 MEDP 28500 - ● . An exploration of the production of Internet distributed media, primarily words and images distributed Web Production I as Web pages, using HTML, CSS, and image manipulation software. Pre- req: MEDP/FILMP 15000. (3 credits) ● PSYCH 33200 - Attitudes and Persuasion . This course examines both traditional and current theory and research on attitudes and attitude change in social psychology. The first third of the course covers the historical background of the field, the nature of attitudes, problems associated with the measurement of social attitudes and behavior, the conceptual structure and organization of attit udes, and the relation between attitudes and behavior. The middle third of the course explores one of the most -researched topics in attitude research: stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination. The final third of the course examines various social psychological the ories of attitude change and persuasion, along with their diverse applications. Pre- req: PSYCH 24900 or 25000

246 ● Consumer Behavior . This course discusses individual and social perspectives on consumer decision making, social SOC 31300 - req: SOC 10100. (3 credits) patterns of consumption and consumer social movements. Pre- C: Management and Organizations ● Business Organization and Management . The economic theory of the firm, including the formal analysis of incentives and ECO 37500 - contracts. Particular focus on how the internal organization of the firm can mitigate the negative effects of conflicts of interest between different stakeholders in the firm. Prereq: ECO 20000 (3 credits) ● - Industrial and Organizational Psychology . A review of research and theories on the effects of leadership, human PSYCH 34000 relations, motivation and organizational structures on behav ior in business and industrial settings; applications of personnel psychology, motivational psychology and human factors engineering in the work place; job analysis, employee selection, leadership, perfor mance appraisal, power and authority, work motivation and organizational communication. Prereq: ENGL 12000. PSYCH 24900 or 25000 (3 credits) ● ACC 23000 - Essentials of Business Law . An introductory business law survey course designed specifically for non- majors to allow them to gain an understanding of basic legal concepts and terminology and the role of law in the business environment. It will specifically focus on the legal issues often encountered in business, including contract law, property law, negotiable instruments, secured transactions and bankruptcy accounting majors only. Prereq: none. Cannot be used towards Accounting Major. (3 credits) , business entities. For non- (May be replaced by ACC 28000) Cost Assessment A. Faculty, Administration, and Oversight This proposal draws on courses (apart from the capstone) currently offered at the College and open to students enrolled in existing degree programs. Offering and sustaining the program will require an additional part -time advisor and an internship coordinator in the Cooperman Pre- Business Center. part of the Certificate, the Cooperman Pre- Business Center would add an advisor to support this program and these students. While this As position would not be solely dedicated to the Certificate, it is clear that managing the additional caseload of students and the additional advisory work, as well as participating in co- teaching the Capstone, will strain the Pre- Business resources without an additional person. The Internship Coordinator will use independent analysis and judgement to develop, coordinate, and supervise complex and varied administrative tasks to provide career services to the students in the Certificate Program. Specifically, as each student (in a cohort of 30/year) is required to complete an internship as part of the Capstone, the Internship Coordinator will be the primary communication point for all employers. Responsibilities include assuring there are positions for each student, that employers are aware of the additional business i nformation and analysis each student is expected to obtain f rom the employer to complete the Capstone, and that each employer is prepared to fully manage the

247 student's employment or internship experience. The Internship Coordinator will cultivate relationships with employers and pot ential employers, to ensure the growth and maintenance of a stable group of ongoing internship opportunities. The certificate will be offered by the Economics Department. The department’s curriculum committee shall continue to have the right to review and approve any proposed changes to the curriculum. The certificate program coordinator will be a faculty member in the Economics Department, or a qualified member of the faculty appointed by the Economics Department Chair. Internships and other experiential learning will be overseen by the Cooperman Pre- Business Center, and thus the program director will work closely with advisors. B. Facilities and Equipment No new facilities or equipment required C. Library Resources No new library resources required.

248 D. Annual Budget Item Cost ct replacement for one FT faculty course release $8,800 Director: Adjun Additional 3/5 pre $69,170 - business advisor ($50,000 salary + 38.34% benefits) - time (12 months) ($50,000 salary + 38.34% benefits) $69,170 Internship Coordinator, full Office Assistant (15 hours p $5,400 er week for 30 weeks) Incidental expenses for student interns (transportation, etc.) $25,000 Skills Workshops $25,000 Adjuncts for five courses (2 sections each of capstone and Entrepreneurship; 1 section survey of accounting; $8,000 per, plus 9.84% benefits) $44,000 Office Equipment and Supplies $1,000 Events, student engagement, other enrichment activity $10,000 Recruiting and Advertising $5,000 $ 262,540 Total Program Goals, Student Learning Outcomes, and Assess ment Students who complete the Certificate program should be able to: • Describe the fundamental issues involved in business and management • Apply critical thinking skills to problem solving • Understand and use fundamental quantitative skills • Apply skills learned in the program to analyze business problems Program assessment will be both direct and indirect, and will take place on an ongoing basis. A formal review —to include the reflections on the experiences of graduates, teaching faculty, and engaged practitioners —will occur after five years and then on a rolling basis. Annually, surveys will be administered to students in the program and those who have completed the certificate. A business advisory board will be enlisted to assist the director in evaluating the success of the program in meeting the needs of students and potential advisors.

249 The pre- es for business advisors will survey the businesses that provide student internships, both to learn of the strengths and opportuniti improvement of the t raining at Hunter and to identify unmet needs. Student success in the program will be monitored to analyze student performance with respect to academic achievement, persist ence, and enrollment maintenance. Alumni surveys will inform the faculty of the em ployment experience of the graduates, and will also elicit comments for the alumni as to their suggestions for improvement.

250 John Jay College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS Section AI: Special Actions to the Jur is AI: 1 Agreement between John Jay College of Criminal Justice for a supported pathway from the Bac calaureate Degree Degree Doctor the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University at RESOLVED: That the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York authorize the President of John Jay College (JJC) to execute an agreement on behalf of John Jay College of Crim inal Justice with Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University (Pace Law) to provide a supported, accelerated pathway for students interested in completing both a Baccalaureate Degree from John Jay and a JD from Pace Law. As students pay tuition directl y to the school at which they are enrolled in a given semester, neither party to this agreement is obliged to pay any monetary consideration to the other. The agreement will remain in effect until either party provides a written request of ter 12 months mination with of advanced notice. The agreement shall be subject to approval as to form by the University Office of General Counsel. EXPLANATION: The agreement will provide support and guidance for a small number of JJC students in completing a baccalaureate degree at John Jay and a JD at Pace Law at an accelerated pace, including a “3+3” option (3 years of study at John Jay + 3 years of study at Pace Law) that allows students to count coursework from the first year of law school toward elective requirements remaining in the baccalaureate degree. Approximately two (2) students are expected to enter the program each academic year. The text of the full agreement is on file with CUNY Academic Affairs Section AIII: Changes in Degree Programs AIII.1 The follow ing revisions are proposed for the BA in Global History Program: BA in Global History Program Code: 33084, 35822 (MHC) Effective: Fall 2019 Description of the changes: These curriculum changes are in response to the program review of the major, undertaken in AY 2017- 18. One of the required courses, HIS 150 is being raised to the 200- level and being moved to Research and Methodology section of the curriculum outline.

251 That eliminates the need for the first “part” of the curriculum outline labeled. In addition the . The other “part s” of the major are being re- chronological arrangement for the elective courses is being revised to align more closely with preparation for student post -graduate plans. U.S. and Premodern categories. Students will choose at least one from each, then have free Elective courses are arranged under U.S., Non- choice for remainder of electives. This program did not have registered concentrations with NYSED so there is no need for th at layer of approval for these changes. From To Course Description Crs Cou rse Description Crs BA in Global History BA in Global History The Global History major is derived from the discipline of The Global History major is derived from the field of global history, global hi story, which emphasizes interactions and which emphasizes interactions and co llisions between and among collisions between and among cultures. This program cultures. The major offers undergraduates the chance to become provides undergraduates with the knowledge and specialists in their chosen period of the history of the world, either research skills to better understand the world, to think prehistory the present. After completing 1650, or 1650– –500 CE, 500– critically about the past, present, and future problems ey in global history, students choose the –part surv the required three fac ing different peoples and communities. After period that most interests them and pursue electives and research –part survey in global completing the required three topics from it. Electives cover a wide range of topics, but all of them history, Global History majors choose the degree embrace the principles of global history rather than producing students electives on the topics or regions that most interest them. with a narrow and specialized geographic focus. The required skills the The required skills courses introduce students to courses introduce students to the major schools of historical thought, main schools of historical thought, varied techniques and varied techniques and approaches to doing historical research, and approaches to doing historical research, and provide provide them with the opportunity to do original resea rch in their them with the opportunity to do original research in their capstone seminars. capstone seminar. Outcomes. Students will: Learning Learning Outcomes • Identify and explain the historical significance of critical events, • Identify and explain the historical signifi cance of trends, and themes in ancient, medieval, or modern world history. critical events, trends, and themes in ancient, Identify, locate, contextualize, and evaluate the usef • ulness of medieval, or modern world history. different forms of historical evidence (primary sources). Identify, locate, contextualize, and evaluate the • • Effectively read historical scholarship (secondary sources) by usefulness of different forms of historical evidence accurately identifying the thesis, source base, organizational (primary sources). structure, and conclusions of academic texts. econdary • Effectively read historical scholarship (s Identify differe • nt theories and methods used in the historical

252 sources) by accurately identifying the thesis, source profession. base, organizational structure, and conclusions of • Construct a historical argument grounded in evidence from primary academic texts. and secondary sources and be able to provide a coherent defense Identify different theories and methods used in the • of this thesis orally and in writing. historical profession. Credits required. 39 e • Construct a historical argument grounded in evidenc from primary and secondary sources and be able to Honors option. To receive Honors in Global History, a student must provide a coherent defense of this thesis orally and in complete an extended senior thesis over the course of their senior year writing. (two semesters) while achieving a 3.5 grade point average in their major courses. Eligible students may enroll in t he honors track as Credits required. 39 upper juniors (having accumulated at least 75 to 90 credits) by meeting with the major coordinator. Honors option. To receive Honors in Global History, a student he course of must complete an extended senior thesis over t Additional information. Students who enrolled for the first time at the their senior year (two semesters) while achieving a 3.5 grade 2014 or thereafter must complete the major in College in September point average in their major courses. Eligible students may the form presented here. Students who enrolled prior to that date may enroll in the honors track as upper juniors (having choose the form shown here or the earlier version of the major. A copy accumulated at least 75 to 90 credits) by meeting with the of the earlier version can be obtained in the Undergraduate Bulletin dinator. major coor . -14 2013 Additional information. Students who enrolled for the first time Subtotal: 3 PART ONE. INTRODUCTORY 2019 at the College in September or thereafter must complete Required the major in the form presented here. Students who enrolled prior to that date may choose the form shown here or the HIS 150 Doing History lier version of the major. A copy of the earlier version can ear 2017- . be obtained in the Undergraduate Bulletin 18 . SURVEY OF GLOBAL HISTORY TWO PART Subtotal: 9 Required PART ONE . SURVEY OF GLOBAL HISTORY Subtotal: 9 HIS 203 Required HIS 204 HIS 205 HIS 203 The Ancient World HIS 204 The Medieval World Subtotal: 6 THREE PART . RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY HIS 205 The Modern World Required PART TWO . RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY Subtotal: 9 HIS 240 Historiograp hy Required HIS 300 Research Methods in History HIS 240 Historiography

253 HIS 2XX (150) Doing History 18 . ELECTIVES Subtotal: 15- FOUR PART HIS 300 Research Methods in History PART THREE . Electives (Subtotal: 15 -18) Students will complete six elective courses (18 credits). History majors who are in the Honors track will complete five elective courses (15 edits). Students will complete six elective courses (18 cr credits). Two of the elective course s for all students must be at the History majors who are in the Honors track will complete 300 –level or above. Students will choose one of three chronological five elective courses (15 credits). Students must meet the tracks: Prehistory to 500 CE; 500 –1650; or 1650 to the Present. At following requirements when selecting degree electives: least four elective courses (12 credits) must be taken from the declared • level At least two at 300- track. A maximum of one course from Category D chronological • At least two from category: United States (General Electives) may be applied to the elective requirement. At least two from category: Non -United States • • At least two from category: Premodern Category A. Prehistory to 500 CE Body Politics and Art in Global & Historical Perspectives ART 222 A maximum of two 100 -level courses may be applied to Warfare in the Ancient Near East and Egypt 2 HIS 25 the six electives. HIS 254 History of Ancient Greece and Rome China to 1650 HIS 264 US HIS 269 History of World Slavery (to 1650 CE) HIS 100 Criminal Justice and Popular Culture Marriage in Medieval Europe HIS 270 y HIS 106 Historical Perspectives on Justice and Inequalit HIS 282 Selected Topics in History HIS 127 Microhistories: A Lens into the Past HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence HIS 131 Topics in the History of Science, Technology, and n Ancient Athens and Rome Law and Society i HIS 354 Medicine HIS 362 History of Science and Medicine: Prehistory to 1650 HIS 144 Reacting to the Past HIS 364 /GEN 364 History of Gender and Sexuality: Prehistory to 1650 - From Colonial Times HIS 201 American Civilization HIS 366 Religions of the Ancient World Through the Civil War HIS 368 Law and Society in the Ancient Near East 65 to the Present – From 18 HIS 202 American Civilization HIS 370 Ancient Egypt HIS 206/MUS 206 Orchestral Music and the World Wars HIS 374 Premodern Punishment HIS 208 Exploring Global History HIS 375 Female Felons in the Premodern World HIS 214 Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States HIS 217 History of NYC HIS 282 Note: : When topic is appropriate. HIS 219 Violence and Social Change in America HIS 224 A History of Crime in New York City -1650 Category B. 500 HIS 242/LLS 242/POL 242 U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin Body Politics ART 222 America American Civilization- 201 HIS From Colonial Times Through the Civil HIS 277 American Legal History War

254 HIS 3xx Topics in US History Exploring Global History HIS 208 HIS 320 Topics in the History of Crime and Punishment in History of NYC HIS 217 the U.S. A History of Crime in New York City HIS 224 HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence HIS 256 The History of Muslim Societies and Communities HI S 340 Modern Military History from Eighteenth Century HIS 264 China to 1650 to the Present History of World Slavery (to 1650 CE) HIS 269 HIS 344 Topics in Legal History HIS 270 Marriage in Medieval Europe HIS 352 History and Justice in the Wider World HIS 282 Selected Topics in History HIS 381 The Social History of Catholicism in the Modern HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence World HIS 356 Sexuality, Gender and Culture in Muslim Societies /GEN 356 HIS 383 History of Terrorism HIS 359 History of Islamic Law MUS 310 Comparati ve History of African American History of Science and Medicine: Prehistory to 1650 HIS 362 Musics /GEN364 HIS 364 History of Gender and Sexuality: Prehistory to 1650 Premodern Punishment HIS 374 Non -US Female Felons in the Premodern World HIS 375 AFR 150 Origins of Contemporary Africa HIS 381 The Social History of Catholicism in the Modern World ART 222 Body Politics and Art in Global & Historical HIS 383 History of Terrorism Perspectives HIS 3XX African Diaspora History II: Since 1808 HIS 106 Historical Perspectives on Justice and Inequality of African American Musics Comparative History MUS 310 HIS 127 Microhistories: A Lens into the Past HI S 131 Topics in the History of Science, Technology, and HIS 208 : If topic meets appropriate time period. Note: Medicine HIS 282 : When topic is appropriate. HIS 144 Reacting to the Past HIS 206/MUS 206 Orchestral Music and the World Wars Category C. 1650 to the Present HIS 208 Exploring Global History ART 222 Body Politics HIS 242/LLS 242/POL 242 U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin HIS 201 American Civilization – From Colonialism Through the Civil America War in the Ancient Near East and Egypt HIS 252 Warfare From 1865 to the Present HIS 202 American Civilization – HIS 254 History of Ancient Greece and Rome HIS 206 6 /MUS 20 Orchestral Music and the World Wars HIS 256 The History of Muslim Societies and Exploring Global History HIS 208 Communities HIS 217 History of NYC HIS 260/LLS 260 History of Contemporary Cuba Violence and Social Change in America IS 219 H HIS 264 China to 1650 HIS 224 A History of Crime in New York City HIS 265/LLS 265 Class, Race and Family in Latin American Problems of Peace, War, and Imperialism, 1840 to HIS 225 Americ an History the Present HIS 269 History of World Slavery (to 1650 CE) U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America /LLS 242/ POL 242 HIS 242 HIS 270 Marriage in Medieval Europe

255 HIS 274 China: 1650 – Present HIS 256 The History of Muslim Societies and Communities HIS 281 Imperialism in Africa, South Asia, and the Middle History of Contemporary Cuba /LLS 260 HIS 260 East HIS 265 /LLS 265 Class, Race and Family in Latin American History HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence China: 1650 HIS 274 – Present HIS 325 Criminal Justice in European Society, 1750 to the HIS 277 American Legal History Present HIS 281 Imperialism in Africa, South Asia, and the Middle East HIS 340 Modern Military History from Eighteenth Century HIS 282 Selected Topics in History to the Present HIS 320 Topics in the History of Crime and Punishment in the U.S. HIS 344 Topics in Legal History History of Lynching and Collective Violence HIS 323 HIS 352 History and Justice in the Wider World HIS 325 Criminal Justice in European Society, 1750 to the Present HIS 354 Law and Society in Ancient Athens and Rome from Eighteenth Century to the Modern Military History HIS 340 56/GEN 356 Sexuality, Gender and Culture in Muslim HIS 3 Present Societies HIS 356 /GEN 356 Sexuality, Gender and Culture in Muslim Societies HIS 359 History of Islamic Law HIS 359 History of Islamic Law HIS 362 History of Science and Medicine: Prehistory to HIS 381 Social History of Catholicism in the Modern World 1650 HIS 383 History of Terrorism HIS 364/GEN 364 History of Gender and Sexuality: HIS 3XX African Diaspora History I: To 1808 Prehistory to 1650 HIS 3XX African Diaspora History II: Since 1808 rld HIS 366 Religions of the Ancient Wo MUS 310 Comparative History of African American Musics HIS 368 Law and Society in the Ancient Near East HIS 370 Ancient Egypt Note: HIS 208 : If topic meets appropriate time period. HIS 374 Premodern Punishment : When topic is appropriate. HIS 282 HIS 375 Female Felons in the Premodern World HIS 381 The Social History of Catholicism in the Modern Category D. General Electives World HIS 383 History of Terrorism One course from Category D may be applied to Part Four Electives LLS 130 Introduc tion to Latin American History MUS 310 Comparative History of African American HIS 100 Crimina l Justice and Popular Culture Musics HIS 106 Historical Perspectives on Justice and Inequality HIS 127 Microhistories: A Lens Into the Past Premodern Topics in the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine HIS 131 AFR 150 Origins of Contemporary Africa HIS 144 Reacting to the Past HIS 106 Historical Perspectives on Justice and Inequality Exploring Global History HIS 208 HIS 127 Microhistories: A Lens into the Past HIS 352 History and Justice in the Wider World the History of Science, Technology, and HIS 131 Topics in Medicine HIS 144 Reacting to the Past 6 PART FIVE . CAPSTONE SEMINAR Subtotal: 3 -

256 From Colonial Times - HIS 201 American Civilization Through the Civil War All Global History majors will complete a capstone seminar in thei r HIS 208 Exploring Global History fourth year, which unites students from all three chronological tracks in HIS 252 Warfare in the Ancient Near East and Egypt the study of a particular theme, complete a research paper, and Ancient Greece and Rome HIS 254 History of present their work at a departmental colloquium. HIS 256 The History of Muslim Societies and Communities Required HIS 264 China to 1650 HIS 425 Senior Seminar in History HIS 269 History of World Slavery (to 1650 CE) Indepe level* ndent Study 400- HIS 489 HIS 270 Marriage in Medieval Europe HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence * HIS 489 : For Honors Track students only - required HIS 354 Law and So ciety in Ancient Athens and Rome HIS 356/GEN 356 Sexuality, Gender and Culture in Muslim Note: Students in the Honors track will enroll in an I ndependent Study Societies HIS 489 ) with a faculty mentor in the first semester of their senior year, ( HIS 359 History of Islamic Law HIS 425 and then in the following semester. HIS 362 History of Science and Medicine: Prehistory to 1650 HIS 364/GEN 364 History of Gender and Sexuality: Credits Required for Major: 39 Prehistory to 16 50 HIS 366 Religions of the Ancient World HIS 368 Law and Society in the Ancient Near East HIS 370 Ancient Egypt HIS 374 Premodern Punishment HIS 375 Female Felons in the Premodern World LLS 130 Introduction to Latin American History P ART FOUR . Capstone Seminar ( Subtotal : 3 -6) All Global History majors will complete a capstone seminar in their senior year in which they will complete a research paper and present their work at a departmental colloquium. Required HIS 425 Senior Seminar in History Note: Students on the Honors track will enroll in an

257 Independent Study (HIS 489) with a faculty mentor in the first semester of their senior year, and then in HIS 425 the following semester. Credits Required For the Major: 39 HIS 150 Rationale: was added four years ago in an attempt to bolster student success in the program by introducing them to the basic hat methodological issues at the beginning of their degree progress. By all accounts, it has been a popular and effective course— the problem is t most of the Global History majors are not taking it. Since HIS 150 was designed to be an introductory course, the department decided to allow students entering the major with 60 or more credits to substitute an additional elective in place of HIS 150. Most of our Global History majors transfer into the degree program having already earned 60+ credits, and thus fall into this category. This leads to several administrative issues . The that often complicate students’ progress through the degree requirements 200- level will be designed to be taken concurrently course at the with HIS 240 or HIS 300, but prior to HIS 425. This will ensure that more of our majors enroll in this important, skills -based course. Elimination the chronological tracks wi ll simplify the structure of the Global History major, which will give the department more flexibility when of scheduling classes and make it easier for students, departmental advisors, and non- departmental administrators (Registrar, Veteran Certifying Officials, and Financial Aid) to track students ’ progress through the degree requirements. The new breadth requirements will ensure that those majors interested in pursuing careers as secondary school social studies teachers will have taken two US and two non- US his tory courses, which is a necessary prerequisite for certification. Uthe new model, interested students may still choose to take all of their degree electives from a single chronological period. Furthermore, the proposed model will make it easier for interested students to focus on a particular theme or geographical era across eras. AIII.1 New Minor in History and Law Program: New Minor in History and Law Program Code: N/A Effective: Spring 2019 Description:: This minor is being submitted in the CUR s o the University Registrar will create a new CUNYFirst code for students to declare it. In addition, the curriculum is being included so DegreeWorks can be set up properly. From Course Description Crs M inor in History and Law

258 Students in this minor will explore legal history, a vital and exciting field that historicizes the study of law while using legal sources to d concepts in the field as well as major enrich our understanding of the past. The minor acquaints students with key arguments an personalities, institutions, and debates in the legal histories of the United States, Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. It e, human rights, and legal pluralism, and to international also introduces students to international topics such as slavery, genocid institutions like the United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) and International Criminal Court (ICC) in a historical con text. Learning outcomes: Students will: Identify and explain basic theories, concepts, principles, and norms in legal history from the premodern world up to the present. • Explain the contribution of the discipline of history to the study of law, and of the analysis of legal sources to the unders tanding of • history. contextualize, and evaluate the usefulness of different forms of primary source evidence relevant to legal history. • Identify, Effectively read scholarly texts by accurately identifying the thesis, source base, organizational structure, and conclusions of • academic texts. • Construct a historical argument grounded in evidence from primary and secondary sources and be able to provide a coherent written defense of this thesis. Credits : 18 Minor Coordinator . Professor Sara McDougall, Department of History (212.237.8817, sm [email protected]) Requirements courses . A maximum of two courses can overlap . Students complete two required courses and choose four elective Students who earn a B A in Global History cannot earn thi with a student’s major, other minors or programs. Students cannot s minor. earn both this minor and the Minor in History. Part One. Required Core Courses (Subtotal: 6 credits) HIS 277 American Legal History HIS 344 Topics in Legal History (see New Courses section below) Part Two. El ective Courses (Subtotal: 12 credits) Choose four HIS 224 History of Crime in New York City HIS 323 History of Lynching and Collective Violence HIS 325 Criminal Justice in European Society since 1750

259 HIS 352 History and Just ice in the Wider World HIS 354 Law and Society in Ancient Athens and Rome HIS 359 History of Islamic Law HIS 368 Law and Society in the Ancient Near East HIS 374 Premodern Punishment HIS 375 Female Felons in the Premodern World Total Credits: 18 Rationale : The minor in History and Law expands the department’s commitment to responding to expressed student interests and to furtheri ng the he History Department faculty. connection to the college’s justice oriented mission. The minor also capitalizes on one of the research strengths of t It uses historical methods to scrutinize the origins and development of law in different regional and transregional settings, thereby complementing the approach of other majors and minors that take a contemporary approach to similar topics. The minor provides students with writing, critical thinking, and research skills that will be valuable in any post -baccalaureate endeavor. It will be of particular use to students interested in one of two career paths. First, the rigoro -intensive foundation is widely recognized as traditional preparation for the legal profession, most us, writing notably by the American Bar Association. Second, the minor provides students with the communication skills and specific combination of U.S. and U.S. history coursework that is required by the current state guidelines for social studies education at the secondary level. non- Section AIV: New Courses AIV.1 Department(s) Counseling and Human Services Career [ x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Academic Level [ ] Compensatory [ [ x ] Regular ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Human Services; Community Justice Course Number CHS 415 Course Title Senior Seminar in Human Services and Community Justice Short Title Seminar H um Serv & Com Just Catalogue Description In this senior seminar, students will integrate and synthesize the skills, knowledge, professional standards and values acquired through the Human Services and Community Justice Major, and apply what they have learned to current human systems challenges. Students will design an evaluation plan of a community -level human services or community justice program, utilizing new research along with all they have learned to assess the effectiveness of a program and make re commendations for improvements. Students will create a summative capstone portfolio

260 documenting their integration of theory, research, professional skills, and practical experiences, as part of their development as program evaluators. Prer equisites ; AFR 325, CHS 320, and CHS 381 or CSL 311 or AFR 3XX Field Education in Community Organizing and ENG 2 01 Community Practice I Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts ] No ] Yes [ [x Course Attribute General Education _ ___ Not Applicable X Component The Senior Seminar in Human Services and Community Justice Major is designed for students to demonstrate they have the Rationale: intellectual and practical skills in their field of study for transition from college. This capstone is designed to be an integrative experience which allows students to develop a culminating project while reflecting on and utilizing the knowledge and skills acquired througho ut their coursework. This course requires students to design an in- all they have learned and apply new research to assess the depth evaluation plan to utilize effectiveness of a program and make recommendations for improvements. Completing elements of a professional portfolio will be included as part uators. Many human services programs require students to develop portfolios that of this course’s goal to develop them as program eval demonstrate the competencies established by the National Organization for Human Services. This seminar meets the Self -Development standard established by the Council for Standards in Human Service Education (CSHSE). AIV. 2 Department(s) History Career x ] Undergraduate [ [ ] Graduate Academic Level [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area History, Law Course Number HIS 344 Course Title Topics in Legal History Catalogue Description Topics in Legal History invites students to engage with the history of law and legal systems. The specific topics will vary by semester, according to the specific expertise of the faculty. Using the disciplinary tools of a historian, in each of these courses, students will draw upon primary law texts as well as a range of other sources on topics such as slavery, human rights, and gender studies. The course will focus on seeking out how to underst and both the historical context of legal ideas and also how using legal sources can enrich our understanding of the past. Prer equisites ENG 201

261 Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts ] Yes [ ] No [x Course Attribute General Education _ X ___ Not Applicable Componen t This course w ill serve as an important component of a History Rationale: Law minor, which the Global History department wishes to offer. and This course is designed for students who are specifically interested in studying the relationship of history and law. As we have a number of faculty or time period, but chose with expertise in many different areas of legal history, we did not want this course to be restricted to one geographic area instead to develop a topics course with a m odel syllabus as guide to faculty. The syllabus serves as a model syllabus as a guide to faculty students the opportunity interested in developing courses in this area, and will be offered as such if approved by the college. This course will offer to work w school, but also at a relatively advanced level in a field of great interest to many students, particularly those interested in applying to la any students who have an interest in engaging with the ideas and functioning of law and law courts in the past. AIV.3 Department(s) Security, Fire and Emergency Management Career x ] Undergraduate [ [ ] Graduate Academic Level [ x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Security Management Course Number SEC 220 C ourse Title Terrorism, Security and Emergency Management Catalogue Description Using a multidisciplinary lens, this course critically evaluates discourses, narratives, and perspectives on terrorism, counterterrorism, and antiterrorism, and promotes evidence- based analyses of “what works” and “what does not work” in countering and combating terrorism. In this course, students differentiate between different forms of terrorism by examining the structure, goals, tactics, targets and ideologies of international and domestic terrorists, and carefully consider existing national and international antiterrorism and counterterrorism measures. Special attention is paid to the role of private security in counterterrorism and antiterrorism, and the obstacles these professionals encounter in identifying terrorists and responding to, preparing for, and mitigating terrorism. Prer equisites ENG 101 Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute

262 General Education _ X ___ Not Ap plicable Component been lacking in the department of Security, Fire and Emergency A course covering terrorism, antiterrorism and counterterrorism has Rationale: Management. Knowledge of these threats and measures are integral to the majority of private and public security related positions. Students without the basic knowledge of terrorism, antiterrorism, and counterterrorism would be at a disadvantage at the time of hire. AIV.4 Department(s) Security, Fire and Emergency Management Career x ] Undergrad uate [ [ ] Graduate Academic Level [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ [ ] Remedial x ] Regular Subject Area Security Management Course Number SEC 333 Course Title Intelligence and Counterintelligence : Public and Private Practices Short Title Intel & Counterintel Catalogue Description Intelligence is a product of the gathering, processing, assimilating, examining, evaluating, and interpreting information from open- source and/or confidential methods and sources. Intelligence is fundament al to the public and private security sectors. This course covers intelligence collection, analysis, and dissemination tactics from human, technical and open sources and the laws and policies that govern these tactics. This course further explores the intelligence community in the U.S. and intelligence agencies abroad, looking in particular at their structure, agencies, organizational cultures, and practices, and the challenges that the intelligence community faces. Special attention will be paid to intelligence practices. counter Prer equisites ; SEC 1XX Introduction to Homeland Security, SEC 220 ENG 201 Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts [ [ X ] No ] Yes Course Attribute General Education _ X ___ Not Applicable Component Rationale: A cours e at this level expands on students’ general knowledge of homeland security, looking in particular at intelligence and counterintelligence in homeland security. The course builds upon the material in SEC 1XX Introduction to U.S. Homeland Security and SEC 2 20 Terrorism, Security and Emergency Management. This course is vitally important for security management professionals working in the field. .

263 AIV.5 Department(s) Security, Fire and Emergency Management Career x ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ ademic Level Ac x ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ [ ] Remedial Subject Area Security Management Course Number SEC 360 Course Title Institutions Safety and Security in Higher Education Short Title Safety & Sec in Higher Ed Inst Catalogue Description This course focuses on the theory and practice of safety and security within Higher Education, including protecting to s will the security and safety of persons and property by the Security Executive tasked with this responsibility. Student examine the management of risk associated with a range of conditions and events including emergency response protocol for active shooting situations, critical incident management of natural and man- made disasters, fire, building security systems, cr ime and terrorism, security deficiencies, worker safety, hazardous and toxic materials, disasters and emergencies. Prer equisites , SEC 101 ENG 201 Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts ] Yes [ [ X ] No Course Attribute General Education ___ Not Applicable X _ nent Compo Rationale: Educational security is a well -entrenched and growing area in security management and security studies. Security curriculum should dents and safety planning within higher education. The focus of the offer a course specifically geared towards public safety responses to critical inci course is specific to a vital need today of educating our administrators and supervisors within higher education on how to maintain a safe learning and working environment. Section AV: Ch anges in Existing Courses AV: 1 Changes to be offered in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science FROM TO Departments Mathematics and Computer Science Departments N/C

264 N/C Course Course MAT 455 Data Analysis ENG 201, CSCI 362 Prerequisite , MAT 244, MAT 302, ENG 201, CSCI 362, MAT 244, MAT 302, MAT Prerequisite Multivariate Analysis 367 365 MAT Multivariate Analysis 3 Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits Description Description This course will use statistical and other N/C mathematical tools to extract useful information from collected data, yielding deeper insights that allow for better decision- making and predictability. Ethical and risk considerations of sharing data will also be discussed, along with relevant technologies such as anonymizing and encry pting applications. Topics include regression, matrix representation, clustering, classification, graph representations, and data visualization. This course will also have a computational component using statistical software. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts N/C [ Course Attribute Course Attribute General Education General Education N/C Component __X Component __ Not Applicable Effective Effective Fall 2018 Rationa This submission is to correct an error in the Multivariate Analysis course pre- requisite for MAT 455. Multivariate analysis is MAT 367. le: 2 Changes to be offered in the Department of Sociology AV: FROM TO Departments Sociology Departments N/C

265 SOC 309 Youth, Crime and Justice Co Course urse Juvenile Delinquency SOC 309 Youth, Crime & Justice Juvenile Delinquency Short Title ENG 201, SOC 101, and junior standing or Prerequisite Prerequisite N/C above 3 Hours 3 Hours 3 Credits 3 Credits This course focuses on the illegal conduct of ription Description Desc This course focuses on the illegal conduct of youth. It examines the ways that adults have youth whose cases are handled by the reacted to misbehavior by youth over the juvenile justice system. It examines the ways centuries, how treatment approaches and that adults have reacted to transgressive prevention efforts by social welfare and social behavior by youth over the centuries, and how control agencies have changed, and how treatment approaches and prevention efforts young peoples’ race, class, gender, and by social welfare and social control agencies sexual orientation influence social and legal have changed. The course explores how the responses to problematic activities. This teenage offenders' race, class, and gender course also critically evaluates many of the might influence the social and legal response sociological, psychological, and biological to their delinquent activities. This course also theories that attempt to identify the causes of y sociological, evaluates the man a variety of youth crime and misbehavior. psychological and even biological theories that attempt to identify the root causes of gang fighting, drug- taking, stealing, vandalism (graffiti), status offenses (such as truancy), and other varieties of adolescent misbehavior. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts N/C [ Course Attribute Course Attribute General Education Gener al Education N/C __X Component Component __ Not Applicable Effective Effective Spring 2019

266 Rationale: After a general review of all course descriptions in the department curriculum it was determined that this course’s descripti on was in need of revision in order to avoid reproducing stereotypes about youth crime and justice issues and also in need of a better title that is aligned with the current nature of the field of study today. “Juvenile Delinquency” is simply an out dated term.

267 Kingsborough Community College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report CHANCELLOR'S UNIVERSITY REPORT OCTOBER 2018 PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS AI. SPECIAL ACTIONS Department of Nursing cation to Change or Adapt a Registered Professional AI. 1.1: Appli Education Program Program Title: A.A.S. Nursing HEGIS code: 5208.10 Program Code: 01056 Change: Format - Ability to complete part - time Effective: FALL 2019 Application to Change or Adapt a Registered Professional Education Program submitted separately Explanation: d Through evaluating current trends with our students pursuing the A.A.S. in Nursing, a number of students complete the require pr erequisite general education courses earlier in the program than originally sequenced. These general education courses inclu de, ENG 1200, English Composition I; ENG 2400, English Composition II; BIO 1100, Anatomy and Physiology I; BIO 1200, Anatomy and Ph ysiology II; PSY 1100, General Psychology; PSY 3200, Human Growth and Development; and SOC 3100, Introduction to Sociology. By completing these cou rses earlier in the sequence, there is the potential for students to be part -time while completing their cli nical nursing courses. The college would like to be transparent concerning the program’s structure as potential part -time for students who have completed all of the general education courses prior to completing the clinical nursing courses. The below sequencing of courses depicts how completing the general education courses prior to completing the clinical nursing course results in students being part -time within the program.

268 Term: SPRING 2 Term: FALL 1 CR. Course Number and Title CR. Course Number and Title English Composition I 3 ENG 2400 ENG 1200 English Composition II 3 - - 4 BIO 1200, Anatomy and Physiology II 4 BIO 1100, Anatomy and Physiology I; 3 PSY 3200, Human Growth and Development 3 PSY 1100, General Psychology SCI 2500 - Applied Physical Sciences for Allied Health ntroduction to Sociology 3 SOC 3100, I 3 Careers 13 Term Credit Total: 13 Term Credit Total: Term: SPRING 4 Term: FALL 3 Course Number and Title CR. Course Number and Title CR. NUR 1 700 – Drug Calculations in Nursing 1 BIO 5100 – Microbiology in Health and Disease 4 NUR 1800 – Fundamentals of Nursing 7 NUR 2100 – Nursing the ill Adult 9 8 Term Credit Total: 13 Term Credit Total: 6 Term: SPRING Term: FALL 5 CR. Course Number and Title CR. Course Number and Title NUR 2000 – Nursing the Emotionally ill 4 NUR 1900 – Family - Centered Maternity Nursing 4 Nursing of Children NUR 2200 Nursing the ill Adult II 5 NUR 2300 – 5 – NUR 2400 – Issues in Nursin g 1 Term Credit Total: 9 Term Credit Total: 10 AI. 2.1: Application to Add the Distance Education Format to a Registered Program

269 Program Title: A.A. Liberal Arts HEGIS code: 5649.00 Program Code: 01044 - 2020 Effectiv e: Academic Year 2019 Application to Add the Distance Education Format to a Registered Program submitted separately Application to Change or Adapt a Registered Program submitted separately gh Community College has been planning an online Liberal Arts program since our Middle States periodic review in 2016. At Explanation: CUNY Kingsborou that point, it became apparent to us that students could conceivably complete more than 50% of their Liberal Arts courses onl ine, although the program was not marketed as an online program. Therefore, we submitted an application for Substantive Change for Alternate Delivery Method to Middle States in April 2016. Our application was approved at MSCHE Commission meeting on June 27, 2016. Through the process of internal institutional planning inclusive of a Provost's Advisory Committee, connection to CUNY's initiative to reach out to adult learners, issue of Kingsborough's Academic Affairs "Online Programs at KCC: An Academic and Strategic -wide Town Hall , meetings and review with academic departments in the Liberal Arts program, Kingsborough Overview", college cademic Year 2019 -2020 implementation of the online Associates degree in Liberal Arts. The ex Community College will prepare for an A tensive planning process will include allocation of additional resources and staffing in the area of admissions, advising and students and aca demic services. AII. CHANGES IN GENERIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS - uirement AII. 1.1: College wide Req 1. Civic Engagement Requirement: All students must satisfy the following general education requirement for all degree progra ms Change: Number of Civic Engagement Experiences Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: Two (2) Civic Engagement experiences One (1) Civic Engagement experience

270 Explanation: After extensive examination of the current Civic Engagement requirement, it was determined to restructure the certification p rocess for our Civic equirements allowing for stronger assessment. In turn, the college believed it made sense to decrease the Civic Engagement r equirement from Engagement r two to one at this time. AII. CHANGE IN DEGREE TYPE NONE REQUIREMENT AIII. CHANGE IN DEGREE Department of Behavioral Sciences & Human Services AIII. 1.1: A.S. Education Studies HEGIS code: 5503.00 Program Code: 20129 and 20130 Change: Degree Requirements Effective: FALL 2019 TO: FROM: CUNY CORE CUNY CORE REQUIRED CORE : (4 Courses, 12 Credits) 12 REQUIRED CORE : (4 Courses, 12 Credits) 12 When Required Core courses are specified for a category, they are When Required Core courses are specified for a category, they are strongly suggested and/or required for the major strongly suggested and/or required for the major ENG 1200 Composition I ENG 1200 Composition I 3 3 ENG 2400 Composition II 3 ENG 2400 Composition II 3 ± Mathematica 3 ± Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning 3 l & Quantitative Reasoning ± Life and Physical Sciences 3 ± Life and Physical Sciences 3

271 : 18 FLEXIBLE CORE : (6 Courses, 18 Credits) 18 FLEXIBLE CORE (6 Courses, 18 Credits) When Flexible Core courses are specified for a category, they are are specified for a category, they are When Flexible Core courses strongly suggested and/or required for the major One course from each strongly suggested a nd/or required for the major One course from Group A to E. and one (1) additional course from any group each Group A to E. and one (1) additional course from any group A. World Cultures and Global Issues A. World Cultures and Global Issues B. U.S. Experience In Its Div ersity B. U.S. Experience In Its Diversity C. Creative Expression C. Creative Expression D. Individual & Society D. Individual & Society SOC 3100 – Introduction to Sociology SOC 3100 – Introduction to Sociology – Child and Adol escent Development PSY 3000 – Child and Adolescent Development PSY 3000 ± E. Scientific World ± E. Scientific World Suggested: PSY 1100 – General Psychology PSY 1100 – General Psychology ± Plus another course selected fro – E ± Plus another course selected from any Group A – E m any Group A DEGREE REQUIREMENTS : (8 Courses, 23 Credits) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS : (8 Courses, 23 Credits) EDC 200 – Social Foundations of Education 3 EDC 200 – Social Foundations of Education 3 – 3 EDC 2200 – Art Workshop in Education Art Workshop in Education 3 EDC 2200 – Music and Movement Workshop in Education 2 EDC 2300 – Music and Movement Workshop in Education 2 EDC 2300 – Practicum in Teacher Development I 3 E DC 90A4 – Practicum in Teacher Development I 3 EDC 90A4 PSY 1100 Liberal Arts Elective One Course from Groups A to E 3 - General Psychology 3 – PSY 2400 – Psychological Disorders in Young Children 3 PSY 2400 – Psychological Disorders in Young Children 3 PSY – Child and Adolescent Development 3 PSY 3000 – Child and Adolescent Development 3 3000 – – Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 3100 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 3100 ollowing concentrations: Select of the following concentrations: Select one (1) of the f one (1)

272 BIRTH – 2ND GRADE (2 Courses, 6 Credits) BIRTH – 2ND GRADE (2 Courses, 6 Credits) – 3 EDC 3200 – Infant/Toddler Development 3 EDC 3200 Infant/Toddler Development age and Literacy EDC 4000 Educational Practices for Early Langu 3 EDC 4000 – – Educational Practices for Early Language and 3 Literacy Development Development OR OR – : 6TH GRADE 1ST (3 Courses, 7 Credits) 7 1ST – 6TH GRADE : (3 Courses, 7 Credits) 7 – 3 Social Science in Ch ildhood Education 3 EDC 3100 – Social Science in Childhood Education EDC 3100 – SOC 3200 Urban Sociology 3 SOC 3200 – Urban Sociology 3 – HUM 8181 Development of Literacy in Children 1 HUM 8181 Development of Literacy in Children 1 – ELECTIVES : 0 - 12 credits sufficient to total 60 credits for the degree. 0 - 12 ELECTIVES : 1 - 12 credits sufficient to total 60 credits for the 1 - 12 degree. : 60 60 60 TOTAL CREDITS : 60 TOTAL CREDITS This change addresses the hidd en credit of PSY 1100 within the degree by including it a requirement for the degree program. Additionally an Explanation: error in the elective credit range is corrected. Department of Biology Change in Degree Requirements AIII. 2.1: A.S. Bio logy HEGIS code: 5604.00 Program Code: 01039 Change: Degree Requirements Effective: FALL 2019

273 TO: FROM: CUNY CORE CUNY CORE : (4 Courses, 14 Credits) 14 REQUIRED CORE : (4 Courses, 13 Credits) 13 REQUIRED CORE When Required Core Courses are specified for a category, they When Required Core Courses are specified for a category, they are are required for the major required for the major 3 3 - - English Composition I ENG 1200 ENG 1200 English Composition I 3 3 ENG 2400 - - English Composition II English Composition II ENG 2400 Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning*: 4 Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning*: 3 MAT 1400 - Analytic Geometry and Pre - Calculus Math MAT 900 - College Algebra Life and Physical Sciences*: Life and Physical Sciences*: 4 4 – BIO 1300 – General Biology I General Biology I BIO 1300 : FLEXIBLE CORE 20 FLEXIBLE CORE : (6 Courses, 20 Credits) 20 (6 Courses, 20 Credits) When Flexible Core Courses are specified for a category, they When Flexible Core Courses are specified for a category, they are are required for the major. One course from each Group A to D required for the major. One course from each Group A to D (Group E (Group E is satisfied by the courses shown). No more than two is satisfied by the courses shown). No more than two courses can be courses can be selected from the same discipline. selected from the same discipline. A. World Cultures and Global Issue s A. World Cultures and Global Issues B. U.S. Experience In Its Diversity B. U.S. Experience In Its Diversity C. Creative Expression C. Creative Expression D. Individual & Society D. Individual & Society E. Scientific World*: E. Scie ntific World*: BIO 1400 – General Biology II BIO 1400 – General Biology II

274 CHM 1100 – MAT 1400 - Analytic Geometry and Pre - Calculus General Chemistry Mathematics (2 Courses, 7 to 8 Credits) DEPARTMENT R EQUIREMENTS ( 3 Courses, 11 to 12 Credits) DEPARTMENT REQUIREMENTS CHM 1100 – General Chemistry I 4 4 CHM 1200 - General Chemistry II 4 - General Chemistry II CHM 1200 - CP 1100 - 3 CP 1100 - Introduction to Computers and Computer Applications (4 crs) Introduction to Computers and Computer Applications 4 - 3 4 or (4 crs) or – BIO/CIS 6000 BIO/CIS 6000 – Computer Applications in Bioinformatics (3 crs.) Computer Applications in Bioinformatics (3 crs.) 8 8 CONCENTRATIONS: CONCENTRATION S: (2 Courses, 8 Credits) (2 Courses, 8 Credits) of the following concentrations: one (1) one (1) Select of the following concentrations: Select Biology Transfer: Biology Transfer: (2 Courses, 8 Credits) (2 Courses, 8 Credits) Select two (2) of the followin g Biology Laboratory courses: Select two (2) of the following Biology Laboratory courses: - BIO 2100 - Comparative Anatomy (4 crs.) or Comparative Anatomy (4 crs.) or BIO 2100 - Developmental Biology (4 crs.) or BIO 2200 - Developmenta l Biology (4 crs.) or BIO 2200 - BIO 5000 General Microbiology (4 crs.) or BIO 5000 - General Microbiology (4 crs.) or - BIO 5200 Marine Biology (4 crs.) or BIO 5200 Marine Biology (4 crs.) or - BIO 5300 - Ecology (4 crs.) or BIO 5300 - Ecology (4 cr s.) or BIO 5800 - Recombination DNA Technology (4 crs.) or BIO 5800 - Recombination DNA Technology (4 crs.) or – BIO 5900 Genetics (4 crs.) or BIO 5900 Genetics (4 crs.) or – BIO 6500 - Molecular and Cellular Biology (4 crs.) BIO 6500 - Mole cular and Cellular Biology (4 crs.) OR OR Allied Health Transfer (2 Courses, 8 Credits): Allied Health Transfer (2 Courses, 8 Credits):

275 BIO 1100 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 crs.) BIO 1100 - Human Anatomy and Physiol ogy I (4 crs.) - BIO 1200 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 crs.) Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 crs.) BIO 1200 : 10 - 11 credits sufficient to meet the required total 60 8 10 - - 7 ELECTIVES : 7 - ELECTIVES 8 credits sufficient to meet the required total 60 credits for the degree. 11 credits for the degree. Allied Health Transfer Option, Suggested Elective: Allied Health Transfer Option, Suggested Elective: – Biostatistics (4 crs.) BIO/MAT 9100 BIO/MAT 9100 Bi ostatistics (4 crs.) – Transfer to a Physician Assistant Program, Suggested Elective: Transfer to a Physician Assistant Program, Suggested Elective: BIO 5100 – Microbiology in Health and Disease (4 crs.) BIO 5100 – Microbiology in Health a nd Disease (4 crs.) 60 60 TOTAL CREDITS: 60 TOTAL CREDITS: 60 *This program has a waiver to require particular courses in the Common *This program has a waiver to require particular courses in the Common Core, Core, otherwise more than the minimum credits for the degree may be otherwise more than the minimum credits for the degree may be necessary. necessary. Explanation: The degree requirements for the A.S. in Biology degree are amended to indicate both MAT 900 and MA T 1400 as degree requirements under Required Core. This change will also reduce the number of elective credits in the degree. D. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science AIII. 3.1: Deleted by Reviewer AIII Removed by reviewer . 3.2:

276 Department of Physical Sciences Deleted by Reviewer AIII. 4.1 Removed by Reviewer AIII. 4.2: A.S. Removed by Reviewer AIII. 4.3: A.S. Removed by Reviewer AIII. 4.4: Removed by Reviewer AIII. 4.5: AIV. NEW COURSES Department of Art AIV. 1.1: ART 2200, Medieval Art Prerequisite: None Corequisite: None Pre/Co -requisite: None Credits: 3 Equated Credits: N/A Hours: 3

277 Course Description : This course introduces students to the culture of the medieval era by studying the art of the following periods: Early Ch ristian, Jewish, Byzantine, Islamic, Carolingian, Ottonian, Romanesque, and Gothic. The course covers the material chronologically and by region and theme in an effort to create an understanding of each culture's characteristic style, connection to its historical context, a nd its relationships to other -cultural interactions stemming from cultures. It also explores how artworks functioned within religious and political contexts and issues of cross ct and exchange. trade, diplomacy, pilgrimage, the crusades, migration, and other forms of conta Effective: FALL 2019 This course will expand the department's elective course offerings to include art made before 1300. It will also offer fine arts majors the change to Explanation: learn more about medieval art and , in turn, much of the modern world's visual vocabulary inspired by it. Knowledge of this era is important both for broad historical understanding and for contemporary political discourses, which frequently make reference to these events. Depar tment of English AIV. 2.1: ENG 5400, Introduction to Creative Writing Prerequisite: ENG 1200 Corequisite: None Pre/Co - requisite: None Credits: 3 Equated Credits: N/A Hours: 3 : Introduction to the writing of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, in which students explore literary form and the writing process. Course Description temp orary authors. Students will write, revise, and share their work with other members of the class, and read and analyze selected works by con Effective: FALL 2019 Explanation: The course provides a broad - based introductory course to Creative Writing and serves to complement currently offered Creative Writing courses at the college. Department of H ealth, Physical Education and Recreation

278 AIV. 3.1: PEC 7200, First Responders Physical Fitness Training Prerequisite: None Corequisite: None requisite: None Pre/Co - Credits: 1 Equated Credits: N/A Hours: 2 : This course is specifically designed to develop general fitness to enhance a candidate's ability to pass the physical Course Description exams in the United States. The requirements for entrance to the Police and Fire Academies in New York City, as well as other first responder course includes aerobic and anaerobic training, and resistance training, to build strength and endurance. Effective: FALL 2019 Explanation: The goal of this course is to provide the necessary information and physical conditioning that will enhance a student's ability to pass the physical requirements for entrance to the Police and Fire Academies in New York City. The course would be beneficial for our students enrolled under the A.A. in Criminal Just ice who are hoping to pursue a career with the police department. Department of History, Philosophy and Political Science AIV. 4.1: PHI 6600, Criminal Justice Ethics Prerequisite: None Corequisite: None Pre/Co - requ isite: None Credits: 3 Equated Credits: N/A Hours: 3 Course Description : Application of ethical theories to moral issues arising in the American criminal justice system, such as civil disobedience, police corruption, whistle bl owing, stop and frisk, prosecutor, plea bargaining, capital punishment, liability for unethical conduct, and the war on terro r.

279 Effective: FALL 2019 ality with a focus on the application of moral theory to ethical problems that Explanation: This course serves as an introduction to the philosophical study or mor ve for students enrolled in the A.A. in arise in the criminal justice system including in policing, the courts, and the penal system. It can also serve as an electi tice. Criminal Jus Department of Mathematics and Computer Science AIV.5.1: Removed by Reviewer AIV. 5.2: Removed by Reviewer AIV. 5.3: Removed by Reviewer AV. CHANGES IN EXISTING COURSES Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation AV. 1.1: RPE 3600, Assessment Process in Therapeutic Recreation Change: Prerequisite Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: Pre/Co -requisite: PSY 1100 and REC 3100 Pre/Co -requisite: RPE 3100, PSY 1100 is recommended

280 Explanation: This change addresses the hidden prerequisite of PSY 1100 within the A.S. in Physical Education, Recreation, and Recreation T herapy: owledge obtained in PSY 1100 is not required to be successful in the course, however, PSY 1100 would enrich the Recreation Therapy Concentration. Kn student's experience of RPE 3600. The change in prefix from REC 3100 to RPE 3100 is needed to reflect the change that was pr eviously made when the program prefix was changed. History, Philosophy, and Political Science AV. 2.1: HIS 1800, U.S. History in a Global Context: From Reconstruction to Present Change: Course Title Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: U.S. History in a Global Context: From Reconstruction to Present U.S. History in a Global Context: 1865 to Present This change better aligns with the current terminology and what material is covered in the course as the course is currently taught. Explanation: AV. 2.2: HIS 1800, U.S. History in a Global Context: From Reconstruction to Present Change: Course Description Effective: FALL 2018 FROM: TO:

281 This course explores United States history in the context of global affairs from the late nineteenth century onwards. It This course examines the period from 18 65 to present. It explores how investigates, for example, how the United States has defined U.S. History fits into the global context and investigates how such of the Untied itself in relation to the wider world; the rise events and historical phenomenon as American industrialization, States as a global superpower; and the ways the United progressivism, and race relations can be better understood by States interacts with peoples from around the world, both at examining them in a transition al historical context. home and abroad, have shaped the nation's history. This change better aligns with the current term inology and what material is covered in the course as the course is currently taught. Explanation: AV. 2.3: HIS 2000, The Immigrant in American Society Change: Course Title Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: n American Society U.S. Immigration History The Immigrant i Explanation: This change better aligns with the current terminology and what material is covered in the course as the course is currently taught. AV. 2.4:. HIS 2000, The Immigrant in A merican Society Change: Course Description Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO:

282 This course explores the history of migration to the United States. It investigates the experiences of diverse groups of Changing immigration pattern from the 17th century to the present. migrants and examines the interactions between migrant and Immigrants, their motives and ambitions (background, role in American the nation, exploring the changi ng meaning of "foreign" and society, and contributions to American life). "American." Explanation: This change better aligns with the current terminology and what material is covered in the course as the course is currently taught. e Department of Mathematics and Computer Scienc Removed by Reviewer AV. 3.1: AV. 3.2: MAT 800, Practical Mathematics for Today's World Change: Course Credits/Hours Effective: FALL 2019 TO: FROM: 3 credits, 4 ho urs (2 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab) 4 credits, 4 hours Explanation: Course has been redesigned to include a laboratory component. AV. 3.3: College Algebra AV. 3.4: Removed by Reviewer

283 AV. 3.5: Removed by Revi ewer AV. 3.6: Removed by Reviewer Removed by Reviewer AV. 3.7: AV. 3.8: Removed by Reviewer AV. 3.9: Removed by Reviewer TO: FROM: AV. 3.9: Removed by Reviewer AV. 3.10: Removed by Reviewer Removed by Reviewer AV. 3.11: 3.12: Removed by Reviewer Department of Physical Sciences AV. 4.1: Removed by Reviewer AV. 4.2: Remov ed by Reviewer

284 AV. 4.3: Removed by Reviewer AV. 4.4: EGR 2200, Introduction to Electrical Engineering Change: Prerequisite, Pre/Co -requisite, and Corequisite Effective: FALL 2019 FR TO: OM: Prerequisites: NONE Prerequisites: MAT 2100 and PHY 1400 Corequisite: NONE Corequisite: MAT 5500 Pre/Co -requisite: MAT 5500 and PHY 1400, or Department Permission Explanation: Adjustments made to Prerequisite, Pre/C o- requisite, and Corequisite to reflect curriculum changes to the degree program. AV. 4.5: EGR 2300, Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics Change: Prerequisite, Pre/Co -requisite, and Corequisite Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: Prerequisites: CHM 1200 and PHY 1400 Prerequisites: NONE Corequisite: CS 1200 Corequisite: NONE Pre/Co - requisite: CHM 1200 and PHY 1400, or Department Permission

285 Explanation: Adjustments made to Prerequisite, Pre/Co -requisite, and Corequisite to reflect curriculum changes to the degree program. AV. 4.6: Removed by Reviewer AV. 4.7: Removed by Reviewer AV. 4.8: PHY 1300, Advanced General Physics I Change: Pre/Co -requisite Effective: FALL 2019 TO: FROM: Pre/Co Pre/Co -requisite: MAT 1500, or Department Permission -requisite: MAT 1500 Explanation: Adjustments made to Pre/Co nges to the degree program. -requisite to reflect curriculum cha AV. 4.9: PHY 1400, Advanced General Physics II - requisite Change: Prerequisite and Pre/Co Effective: FALL 2019 FROM: TO: Prerequisite: PHY 1300 Prerequisite: PHY 1300 Pre/Co - req uisite: MAT 1600 Pre/Co - requisite: MAT 1600, or Department Permission Explanation: Adjustments made to Prerequisite and Pre/Co -requisite to reflect curriculum changes to the degree program.

286 DELETION OF COURSES Depa rtment of Art 1. ART 4200, Three Dimensional Illustrations 2. ART 6600, Printmaking I 3. ART 6700, Printmaking II Explanation: urses in the future. Courses have not been offered in a number of years and there are no plans to offer these co

287 LaGuardia Community College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report PART art A: A: ACADEMIC MATTERS P Affa Aca demic irs AI: Spe cial Actions: Informational Items Section AI.1 Education and Language Acquisition Department ELD172, : CSE200 ELB103, ELB200, ELC110, Courses no longer offered by ELA ELD171, , ELB102, ELE111, ELE112 , ELE113, ELE114, ELD170, ELE115, ELE140, ELE141 , ELE206, ELE211, ELE212 , ELE213, ELE214, ELE215, ELG101 , ELG102 , ELG103, ELG204 , ELH101, ELH102, ELH201, ELJ110, M111 , ELM112, ELS110, ELS211, ELS212, ELS215 , ELS230. EL Section AII: Changes in G eneric Degree Requir ements Section AIII: Change s in Degr ee Progr am: 1

288 AIV: New Courses . 1 D e p ar t me I t s A V n Math, Engineering and Computer Science C areer X ] U n d [ r gradu a t e [ ] Gr a d u a t e e c a d em A c Le v el i [ X ] R e g u l ar [ ] C o m p e n sato r y [ ] D e v e l o p m e n t al [ ] R e m e di al u e c t A bj S rea Programming and Software Development o N rse C umb e r u MAC100 o u rse C itl e T Computing Fundamentals C o g ue l ata This course introduces students from non - computer science majors to the fundamental concepts -based of computing, digital innovations, and social issues that are at the heart of computer Description technologies. Students will learn about the myriad uses of the In ternet, cloud services, social media and other computer applications designed to connect physical and digital worlds. re / C o P MAT096/Placement , ENA/ENG/ESA099/ENC101 , CSE099 Pre /co requisites: it uis q e R e C t s redi 3 Liberal A r t s [ X ] Y es [ ] N o n t a c t o o u rs C H 3 C o u rse Attribute (e.g. Intensi ve, Writing A C, etc.) W G n er a l e e bl ca pli _X p N _ t A o Education Required Flexible nent Compo English C omposi tion World C ultures and Global Issu es US Experience in i ts Div ersity atics Mathem Sci ence Creative E xpress ion Individual a nd Soc iety Sci entific World E ff e c t i v e Fall 2019 STEM majors a computer literacy course. Rationale: Designed to offer non- 2

289 n 2 D e p ar t me V t s A . I Education and Language Acquisition C areer X ] U n d e [ g radu a t e [ ] Gr a d u a t e r c a d em A c Le v el i [ X ] R e g u l ar [ ] C o m p e n sato r y [ ] D e v e l o p m e n t al [ ] R e m e di al u e c t A bj S rea Education o N rse C umb e r u EIS216 o u rse C itl e T International Schooling in Global Contexts C o g ue l ata This course examines trends in international schooling by exploring the rapid growth of English - Description medium schools abroad, along with the increased employment opportunities that have emerged for those interested in teaching or working abroad. The psycho- social adjustment of highly mobile populations (such as those of international teachers and students) is also surveyed with a issues of adaptation, hybrid identities and developing a sense of belonging. focus on / C o P re Prerequisites: ENA/ENC/ENG101 e R e q uis it C redi t s 3 Liberal A r t s [ X ] Y es [ ] N o H n t a c t o o u rs C 3 C u rse o Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensi ve, A C, etc.) W G n er a l e e bl ca pli _ X _ N o t A p Education _ Flexible Required nent Compo English C omposi tion World C ultures and Global Issu es US Experience in i ts Div ersity atics Mathem Sci ence Creative E xpress ion Individual a nd Soc iety Sci entific World E ff e c t i v e Fall 2019 Rationale: Designed for students interested in international teaching . 3

290 AV: Ex Section isting Courses AV.1 FROM TO Departmen ts Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences Course Course T opi c S in Chemi s t r y C C101 S C C101 T opi c s in Chemi s t r y s Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite ENA/ENG099, Prerequisite: CSE099, ENA/ENG/ESA099, Prerequisite: CSE099, Not e: ESA099, MAT096 ENA/ENC101, MAT096. udent with This s cou st t o open is not rse SCC140 or SCC201. credit in Hours Hours (2 classroom, s (2 lecture, 1 lab) hou 3 3 hou r s 1 lab) r Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description serves This course serves as an introduction to as an introduction to This course The plex com y. chemistr chemistry. The complex connections between connections between chemistry chemistry and soci ety are explored through are and society explored applying chemical principles to real world applying through to principles chemical issues, such as air quality, energy and water world real qualit such issues y, air as energy use through interactive classroom lectures, through use interactive water and discussions and laboratory exercises. Topics classroom discussions and lectures, include measurements, atoms, the Periodic laboratory exercises. Topics include c and molecular compounds, Table, ioni the atoms, Periodic mea Table, surements, stoichiometry, energy, acids and bases in the compounds, molecular and ionic context of social issues. bases in stoichiometr y, energ y, acids and context of the social issues. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. sive, Writing Inten (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education 4

291 Component Component ____ Not Applicable __ Not Applicable X_ _ ____ Required Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science _ X_ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____ Effective Fall 2019 Ef fective Fall 2019 Rationale: Update of content and course prerequisites . AV. 2 TO FROM Departments Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences y S C C110 F oundations o f Chemi s t r y r t s S C C110 F oundations o f Chemi Course Course Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite Prerequisite: , ENA/ENG/ESA099 , CSE099 e: t ENA/ENG099, Prerequisi CSE099, MAT096 MA ENA/ENC101, T096 ESA099, Hours Hours 6 (3 classroom, 3 lab) 6 hou (3 lecture, s r 3 lab) Credits Credits 4 4 Description Description presents essentia l facts, laws, mistry course semester che - This one This course y. Topics addresses the needs primarily of allied health and theories of general chemistr students. Topics include measurement and and measurement include significant significant figures, atomic structure, elements fi structure, elements and gures, atomic and compounds, chemical reactions, compounds, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, solutions, acids and bases, acid bases, and stoichiometr solutions, y, classification of simple org anic compounds radiation, and nuclear of classification according to functional groups, and simple organic compounds according to biomolecules such as carbohydrates, lipids laboratory functional groups. The is designed to illustrate the and proteins. The laboratory component is component 5

292 fundamental and techniques of laws designed to illustrate the fundamental laws and techniques of general chemistry. The addresses the general y. course chemistr primarily of allied health needs students. Requirement Requirement Designation D esignation [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component __ Not Applicable Not Applicable X_ _ _ ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diver sity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Fall 2019 Effective Effective Rationale: . Update of course description and prerequisites AV.3 FROM TO Departments Departments Natural Sciences Sciences Natural Course Course SCC201 General Chemistry I SCC201 General Chemistry I Pre or co requisite Pre or co ENA/ENG/ESA099 , , CSE099 Prerequisite: CSE099, ENA/ENG099, ESA099, Prerequisites: requisite AT117 MAT115 or M e: or MAT112 -requisit Co ENA/ENC101 MA T115 6

293 Hours Hours 1 recitation, 6 hou (3 lecture, s 6 hou r s (3 r , 3 lab) 2 lab) classroom Credits Credits 4 4 Description Description This course is the fi rst part of a two - semester I of a is - semester course This part two sequence covering concepts of general sequence covering concepts of General chemistry. It is intended for students planning y. Chemistr students for intended It is to major in science or engineering who science or engineering ma planning to jor in require one year of chemistry. Among the chemistr of year one require who Among y. topics studied are atomic structure, chemical the topics structure, atomic are studied bonding and react ivity, quantitative relationships in chemical reactions, chemical bonding and reactivit y, quantitative thermochemistry, and gases. relationships in chemical reactions, thermochemistry and gases. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, Attribute (e.g. .) WAC, etc Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) General General Education Education Component ____ Not Applicable X_ _ Not Applicable Component ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Mathematics ____ ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 . Rationale: Update of grading standards and course prerequisites 7

294 4 AV. TO FROM Departments Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences Course Course SCC202 General Chemistry II SCC202 General Chemistry II Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite 1 SCC201 Prerequisite: Prerequisite: SCC20 Hours Hours 6 (3 classroom, 3 lab) (3 lec ure, 1 reci t a t ion, 2 lab) 6 t s r hou Credits Credits 4 4 Description Description course part II of a two - semester - This course is the second part of a two This is General semester sequence covering concepts of sequence of concepts covering y. Chemistr general chemistry. It is intended for students for students It is intended planning to major in science or engineering in major planning to or science who require one year of chemistry. Among who require one year of engineering the topics studied are: liquids, solids, chemistr Among the topics studied are: y. -base theory, chemical kinetics, solutions, acid acid liquids, solids, solutions, -base chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, chemical chemical theor y, thermodynamics, electrochemistry and equilibrium, thermodynamics, chemical nuclear chemistry. y and electrochemistr y. chemistr nuclear Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No L iberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) ation General Educ General Education Component Component Not Applicable ____ ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible __ Flexible _ X 8

295 ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society Scientific World _____ _ Scientific World __X Effective Effective Fall 2019 Revision of course content and prerequisites . Rationale: AV.5 FROM TO Departments Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences Course C ourse SCC251 Organic Chemistry I SCC251 Organic Chemistry I Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite A T115 , SCC202 Prerequisite : Prerequisite: SCC202 M Hours Hours s 7 (3 lecture, 4 lab) hou r 7 (3 classroom , 4 lab) Credits Credits 5 5 Description Description is a two - semester sequence semester - This is the first part of a two course This structure, synthesis, emphasizing the sequence in organic chemistry, covering the synthesis, structure, reactivity and mechanisms of y, and reactivit of reaction mechanisms of reactions of organic organic compounds. Laboratory stresses compounds. The course will include a purification, separation and synthesis, systematic study of alkanes, alkenes, of compounds. identification alkynes, alkyl halides, alcohols, thiols, SCC251: Aliphatic and aromatic stereochemistry, substitution reactions and ry. chemist stero hydrocarbons; elimination reactions. The laboratory stresses purification, separation and the synthesis, identification of organic compounds. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ X Liberal Arts ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. e Course Attribut (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable _ X_ ____ Required ____ Required 9

296 ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures perience in its Diversity ___ US Ex ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World Scientific World _____ Fall 2019 Effective Effective Course content has been revised to reflect comparable courses in CUNY and prerequisites . Rationale: AV.6 FROM TO Departments Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences II S C C 2 5 2 O r ganic Chemi s t y II y r S C C 2 5 2 O r ganic Chemi s t r Course Course Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite : SCC251 SCC251 Pre requisite Prerequisite : Hours Hours (3 lecture, 4 lab) 7 r s hou (3 classroom , 4 lab) 7 Credits Credits 5 5 Description Description This is the second part of a two - semester is a sequence course -semester two This sequence in organic chemistry, dealing with structure, synthesis, emphasizing the the synthesis, structure, reactivity and mechanisms reactivit of reaction of y, and mechanisms of reaction of organic compounds. Laboratory stresses organic compounds. The course will include a synthesis, purification, separation and systematic study of alcohols, ethers, of compounds. identification aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, amines, heterocycles and biomolecules. The ydes, s, aldeh ether SCC252: Alcohols, laboratory stresses the synthesis, purification, amines, ketones, carboxylic acids, - separation and identification of organic eroc ycles biomolecules. het compounds. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X 10

297 Course Attribute (e.g. Cour se Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component X_ _ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society ____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Effective Fall 2019 Effective Course content has been revised to reflect comparable courses in CUNY. e: Rational AV.7 TO FROM Departments Departments Natural Sciences Natural Sciences Course Course SCB260 General Microbiology SCB260 General Microbiology Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite SCB202 or SCB204 or SCB209 Prerequisite: SCB204 or or SCB202 Prerequisite: SCB209 Hours Hours 6 (3 classroom, 3 lab) 6 hou r s (3 lecture, 3 lab) Credits Credits 4 4 Description Description This course introduces students to to an introduction course This offers microorganisms found in nature, industry and nature , industr y, microorganisms found in disease. Topics covered include virology, student is introduced to and disease. The iology, immunology, epidemiology, bacter y, , bacteriology y, virolog immunolog pathology and other related areas of epidemiology , pathology and other related microbial physiology. The laboratory will deal The . physiology of microbial areas with the isolation and identification of 11

298 common pathogenic and non - pathogenic laboratory isolation and deal will with the organisms utilizing techniques of staining, and pathogenic of common identification culturing, fermentation reactions and nonpathogenic organisms utilizing microscopic inspection. The lab sessions will culturing, staining, techniques of reinforce and emphasize lecture material. fermentation reactions and microscopic inspection. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Wr (e.g. Writing iting Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component __X__ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ Engli sh Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___S cientific World ___ Scientific World Effe ctive Fall 2019 Effective Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in content. AV.8 FROM TO Departments Departments Social Science Department Social Science Department Course Course CJF101 First Year Semi CJF101 First Year Seminar in Criminal nar in Criminal Justice Justice Pre or co requisite Pre or co A / N , ENA/ENG099 r i s it e: C S E099 qu , e e r P requisite E N A /E N C10 1 E S A 099 , 12

299 Hours Hours 4 (3 classroom, 1 lab) 1 lab) s r 4 (3 lecture, hou Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description The First Year Seminar is required of all new n i r s t Y e a r S e m i n a r i s e e qu i r e d o f al l F e w T h r students majoring in Criminal Justice and t s m a j o r i n g in Crimina l n u s t i c e and ud t s e J transfer students with less than 15 credits. f e r s t ud e n t s wit h l e ss tha n 15 c r e d i t s . t r a n s Special topics in Criminology and Criminal a t op i c s in Criminolog y and Crimina l c e i p S l Justice are taught in conjunction with college c r e taugh t in conjunctio n wit h a i t s u J e transition skills. Themes may include any r a n s i t i on s k ill s . Theme s ma y i n c l ud e c o ll e g e t subject in Criminology and Criminal Justice, any in Criminolog s ub j e c t Crimina y and l e.g. wrongful convictions, mass incarceration or the death penalty, along with critical . onv i c t i on s , mas s c e , e t s u J i c g . wrongfu l portfolio. thinking skills, active learning and e- e t h p e n a l t y, alon g i n ca d t on or a e h i t a r e c r l thinkin h critica wit g n i n g s k ill s , ac t i v e l e a r and E li o tf r -po o. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Intensive, Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable Not Applicable _ _X_ ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Effective Effect ive Fall 2019 13

300 Rationale: Course is revised to include revision of prerequisites . AV.9 FROM TO Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SSJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice SSJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice or co requisite Pre Pre or co requisite requisite: /co Pre CJF101 Prerequisite: ENA/C/G101, CJF101, SSP101 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description e s c ou r s e p r ov i d s a n introductor y i T This course provides an introductory survey h v e y of t h e A m e r i ca n crimina l j u s t i c e s u of the American criminal justice system and r its four key components: police, courts, pon i t s fou r k e y c o m and e n t s : e m s y s t corrections and the juvenil e justice system. It po t s , c o rr e c t i on s and t h e li c e , c ou r will introduce students to the definition, i s t i c e s y s t e m . It wil l u n t r odu c e j j e il n e uv measurement and causes of crime. General m h e d e f i n i t i on, m e a s u r e t e n s t ud e n t s to t issues for consideration will include the role and e r a l i ss u e s for i r c of s cause m n e . G e of discretion in the administration of criminal i l ud e t h e r o l e of c on wil l n c on s i d e r a t i justice, due process, and contemporary d d m i n i s t r i t i on of s c r e t i on in t h e a a American criminal justice challenges in the crimina l , and p r c e ss o , e c i t s u j due system. A m e r i ca n c on t e m po r a r y changes in t h e i m t s y s e c e t s u j l crimina . Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component _ Not Applicable X_ ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World C ultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity 14

301 ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Fall 2019 Effective Effective Course has been revised to reflect upd ates in course content , prerequisite Rationale: and college core competencies. AV. 10 FROM TO Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SSJ201 Criminology SSJ201 Criminology Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite Prerequisite: SSJ101 Pre/corequisites: 10 e : SSJ101 , SS P qu 1 e e r P r i s it ENA/ENC/ENG101 i s it e: SSS 100 P r e -o r Co r e qu Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course explores the nature, causes and c ou r s e e x p l o r e s t h e n a t u r e , cause s an d s T i h treatment of behavior defined as criminal with b m e n t of c r i m i n a l t e h a v i o r wit h an e t a r an emphasis on classical and contemporary po i s on c l a ss i ca l and c on t e m r r a y e m ph a s theories. The biological, social, psychological i . T h e biological , s o c i a l , o e h t r e s and environmental theories underlying crime g ca l and e nv i r on m e n t a l t h e o o i e s p s y c ho r i l and deviance are explored, as well as current r i m e and d e v i a n c e c a r e g und i y l r e n approaches to punishment, treatment and w e ll a s c u rr e n t a pp r o ac h e s to e x p l o r e d, as prevention. . a t m e n t an d p r e v e n t i on r , t n e m h s i pun e t Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) Gener General Education al Education Component Component Not Applicable X ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science 15

302 ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ____ Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Course has been revised to reflect updates in course content , prerequisites and college core competencies. Rationale: 11 AV. FROM TO Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course Corrections and Sentencing SSJ202 Corrections and Sentencing SSJ202 Pre or co Pre or co requisite Pre/corequisites: SSJ101 Prerequisite: SSJ101 Prerequisite: requisite ENG/ENA/ENC101 SSJ203 e: SSJ201, -or Corequisit Pre Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description course This course examines the policies and the policies and practices examines This criminal following the of the practices of the criminal justice system justice system following the arrest and conviction of a crime, of a crime, including and arrest conviction orrectional law. The historical including c law. The correctional historical development of development of correctional institutions and correctional and institutions sentencing sentencing ideology are discussed, as well as functions ideology are discussed, as well as the the functions of agencies that provide of agencies provide correctional that correctional supervision: probation, jails, probation, prisons and supervision: jails, prisons and parole. In addition, major trends parole. In addition, major trends and controversies in contemporary and in contemporary controversies correctional correctional practice are explored. explored. practice are Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) 16

303 General Education General Component Education X __ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable _ Component ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ____ Flexible Flexible ____ ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Ex ___ US Experience in its Diversity perience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Effective Fall 2019 Effective Course prerequisites and college core competencies. revision reflects an update in Rationale: AV.1 2 TO FROM Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SSN204 Crime and Justice in Urban SSN204 Crime and Justice in Urban Society Society o requisite Pre or c Pre or co requisite , Prerequisite: SSJ101 , SSJ202 , SSJ203 Prerequisite: ENG102 ENG103, M A T120, ENG102 Pre/corequisite: ENG103 SSJ203 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description course issues This This course examines critical issues concerning examines critical urban and crime crime and justice in urban settings. Some issues concerning justice in are current and topical, applying to the settings. Some issues are current and contemporary urban crime scene; others have contemporary the to applying topical, continued through modern history. Themes urban crime scene; others persist across explored include fear, crime and the city; social fea generations. Themes explored include r, disorganization; prisoner reintegration; policing, and city; social disorgani crime zation; the s gangs and gun control; and drug laws. Thi gangs and policing, reintegration; prisoner course will be a writing intensive with an and This control; gun course drug laws. experiential component. e-portfolio and intensive writing a be will course an experiential component. with 17

304 Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. i r a W rit ing Int ens v e cou r se. cou This is se. This is a W riting Int ens i v e Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable icable __ Not Appl __X ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible _ World Cultures ___ World Cultures __ ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World _____ Sc ientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in content and college core competencies. AV. 13 TO FROM Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SS SSY250 Social Psychology Y250 Social Psychology Pre or co requisite Pre or co ENG102, SSY101 , SSY230, , SSN280 or SSN184 ENG102, Prerequisite: Prerequisite: requisite or SSN280 SSN184 SSY230 Hours Hours 3 3 18

305 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description examines course the indivi dual ’ s This capstone course examines how the This how of influences is affected by the personality individual's personality is affected by t he influences of other people and the physical other and social people and the physical and social environment. Understanding how environment. Understanding how people people develop and form attitudes, conform form develop to conform attitudes, and to expected group behaviors, and make behaviors, and make various expected group various decisions will guide the focus of this e. will guide the focus of this cours decisions course. Students will explore tools of explore Students will psychological tools of psychological research and inquiry and will inquiry and research be exposed and will to be exposed to key topic areas including including social perception, key topic areas social perception, conformity and persuasion. persuasion. and conformity Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts X se Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Cour (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Component Education ____ Not Applicable __ Not Applicable __X Component ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World ___ World Cultures Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientifi c World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Rationale: Course description has been revis ed to reflect updated content . 19

306 4 AV.1 TO FROM Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SSN280 Urban Black P sychology SSN280 Urban Psychology Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite Prerequisite: MAT 096 or MAT 099 or MAT ENA/ENG099, CSE099, Prerequisite: 117 or MAT 119, , Any Social Science course , ENA/ENC101, and one Social ESA099 ENA/EN C/ENG101 e he t from page v i elect list 192. on Science Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course introduces students to the students to course This introduces psychology of Black people in America. issues and relating theories psychological Through an analysis of African American life to zing the blacks in America. Emphasi in America, this course examines the it shift from rural to urban environments, psychological, social , economic, and the impact of slavery and examines racism historical experiences of Black people in blacks. to New reference special With on urban environments. Topics include the investigates Cit y , the course York the impact of slavery on the individual and family, issues in urban education, the effects of between relationship black personality prejudice and racism on health, social culture work, and and famil y, education, movements, policing and community fi be health. There will to eld trips mental violence, and wellness concerns in the Black Harlem and to a community mental health community. cente r. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute se. r cou This is a W riting Int ens i v e cou r se. e v i ens This is a W riting Int Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable __X __ Not Applicabl e ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science 20

307 ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ld Cultures ___ Wor ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ Scientific World ___ Scienti fic World Fall 2019 Effective Effective Course revision includes updated course description, prerequisites and college core competencies. Rationale: AV. 15 TO FROM Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course SSY230 Abnormal Ps ychology SSY230 Abnormal Psychology Pre or co Pre or co requisite SSY101 Prerequisite: SSY101 Prerequisite: requisite Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course introduces the major categories the major introduces course This categories of psychological disorders and the diagnostic their of psychological disorders and systems, DSM -10. Disorders -V and the ICD diagnostic procedures, symptoms, including covered are psychotic, mood, anxiety, the treatment. and factors causal Among personality disorders and child and disorders, psychotic are covered disorders adolescent disorders. Theoretical and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, disorders treatment perspectives will be examined and and adolescence of childhood focusing on inquiry and problem solving so to personality disorders. Theoretical enhance scientific inquiry and critical thinking skills. for perspectives psychological understanding be will disorders also discussed. Requirement Requirement Designation nation Desig [ Liberal Arts X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component Not Applicable __ __ Not Applicable __ X __ 21

308 ____ Required ____ Required ____ ____ English Composition English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversi ___ US Experience in its Diversity ty ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 and college core competencies. Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description AV. 16 TO FROM s Department Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course S10 0 I n t r oduction to S10 SS SS 0 I n t r oduction t o C on S ociology: C on t empo r ar y y ar r empo S ociology: t t t S S ocie ocie y y Pre or co Pre or co requisite ENA/ENG/ESA099 , CSE099 Prerequisite: ENA/ENG099, Prerequisite: CSE099, requisite ENA/ENC101 ESA099, SSB110: for te Prerequisi CSE099, ESL/ESR098 - SSB110: for e or Corequisit Pre ESL/ESR099 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course provides an introduction to and students information offers This course sociology: the study of groups, relationships to unders tand the social ideas with which between groups, and how belonging to a places the study of factors of human life. It group impacts behavior and social status. It processes, and social social interaction, social examines class, race, ethnicity, gender, and context. institutions in an It historical sexuality; and how group memberships condition human the examines with intersect. This course analyzes social culture, to work, to to reference particular 22

309 personalit , to ethnic, class, and gender y institutions such as culture, religion, to economic and well political relations, education, governments, and the family. In as as addition, this course covers the history of (SSB110 version institutions. is the bilingual sociology, sociological theories, and of SSS100.) sociological methods. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation X [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. tensive, (e.g. Writing Writing In Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ ____ Not Applicable Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible _X__ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society _X_ Individual and Society _____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Effective Effectiv e Fall 2019 Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in the course description and college core competencies. 23

310 AV. 17 FROM TO Departments Departments Social Science Social Science Course Course iology SSN187 Urban Soc SSN187 Urban Sociology Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite : Prerequisite Prerequisite: ENA/ENC/ENG 101 CSE099, or T095 MA ENA/ENG/ESA099/ENC101, v e one MAT099, and Social Science elect i from t he list on page 192. Prerequisite for y, Computer Technolog - and Engineering ENA/ENG099, CSE099, s: major Science - ESA099, ENA /ENC101, MAT095 or A T099 M Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course provides an introduction to urban changing ideas about course This examines sociology, the study of how group life impacts and impact of the city city the the changing and is impacted by cities. It covers the o rigin ith reference to on American lifestyles. W and growth of cities around the world and the course the New York Cit y, the explores social factors that lead to changes in cities, cit y. of the structure social origins and the such as immigration and job opportunities. It on the relationship of class to focuses This course examines how city life affects family , gender , education, ethnicit y, class, race, ethnicity, gender, culture, economics. to religion, politics and Visits It also neighborhoods and communities. employs field trips to analyze urban issues housing projects, community organizations such as crime, education, housing, and e will or service familiariz delivery agencies politics. issues the of planning the students with change and . in the cit y Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute se. This is a W riting Int ens i v e cou r se. r cou e v This is a i W riting Int ens Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) l Education Genera General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition 24

311 ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science _X__ Flexible _X__ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures __ US Experience in its Diversity _X __ US Experience in its Diversity X _ ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ Scientific World ___ Effective Effective Fall 2019 Course revision includes an update in course description, prerequisites and college core competencies. Rationale: AV. 18 FROM TO Departments Departmen ts Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA103 Beginning Drawing HUA103 Beginning Drawing Pre or co requisite Pre or co requisite or Corequisit e: ESL099/ESR099 Pre CSE099 - Prerequisite: ENA/ENG/ESA099 , Pre/corequisite: ESL099/ESR099 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits dits Cre 3 3 Description Description This course is an introduction to drawing introduction to This drawing course is an through basic examination of the visual visual of the basic examination through fundamentals of line and mark making, space, fundamentals of line, texture, value, texture, tone, value, space and form. form. and in drawing Problems descriptive Problems in descriptive drawing and ideas of be explored. There will be will individual abstraction are explored. Critique and group group criticism. Ske tchbooks are and discussions are an important aspect of this required. course. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Co urse Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component Not Applicable __ __ Not Applicable __ X _ 25

312 ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathemat ics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____ Fall 2019 Effective Effective Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisites and college core competencies ale: Ration . AV. 19 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA104 Introduction to Design HUA104 Introduction to Design Pre or co requisite Pre or co Prerequisite: ENA/ENG/ESA099 Prerequisite : CSE099 requisite or Corequisit ESL099/ESR099 - Pre e: Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course is an introd uction to the is introduction to the This an course fundamentals of design through an fundamentals of design through an investigation of visual elements such as line, of visual as elements such investigation line, shape and composition. In this course, Students composition. shape, and will dimensional students develop designs in two- develop designs in two - dimensional form. form. The design principles are discussed will and The design principles be discussed and illustrated as they relate to a number of to a number illustrated relate of they as visual arts forms. arts visual forms. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts 26

313 Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component _ Not Applicable __X _ __ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ____Individual and Society Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____ Effective Effective Fall 2019 Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisites and college core competencies. Rationale: AV. 20 FROM TO Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA110 Beginning Painting HUA110 Beginning Painting requisite Pre or co requisite Pre or co Prerequisite: ENA/ENG/ESA099 ESL099/ESR099 Corequisit or - Pre e: Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course is an introduction to painting is an introduction to painting This course techniques related to landscape, still life and landscape, life, to still techniques related abstract composition. Emphasis is placed on Emphasis will be and abstract composition. color expression and color mixing. Individual color mixin g. and expression on color tiques are required. and group cri be group There and individual will critiques. 27

314 Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) l Education General Education Genera Component Component _ __ Not Applicable __X _ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ ___ Scientific World Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course descripti on and core competencies. AV.2 1 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA115 Color Theory HUA115 Color Theory Pre or co requisite Pre or co or Corequisit e: HUA104 ENA/ENG099, ESA099, Pre - Prerequisite: e requisit MAT095 or MA T099 ENA/ENC101, Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 28

315 Description Description an introduction to theory This course is an introduction to the theory course is This the -dimensional and application of color in two- dimensional and application of color in two design. The basic principles of design are principles be design. The of design will basic ated in relation to the interaction of demonstr demonstrated of interaction to the in relation colors. Students develop two- dimensional develop - Students colors. will two designs through techniques in color mixing techniques dimensional in designs through and collage. collage. and mixing color Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component _ Not Applicable __X ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ W orld Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World Scient ___ _____ ific World Effective Fall 2019 Effective Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. AV. 22 FROM TO Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course pture HUA120 Beginning Scul HUA120 Beginning Sculpture Pre or co requisite Pre or co Prerequisite: ESL099/ESR/099 ENA/ENG/ESA099 Prerequisite: requisite 29

316 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This course is an introduction to sculpture. dimensional form will be Problems - in three dimensional form are Problems in three- in clay and projects examined through examined through various projects. Students individual group and plaste r. There be will gain experience with traditional and criticism. nontraditional processes of making sculpture. Critiques and group discussions are an important aspect of this course. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Wr iting Intensive, (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable __X _ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ ___ Scientific World Scientific World Fall 2019 Effective E ffective Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. 23 AV. FROM TO Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA150 Beginning Printmaking inning Printmaking HUA150 Beg 30

317 Pre or co Pre or co requisite Pre/corequisite: CSE098, ENG099 or Prerequisite: HUA103 requisite waiver Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description course is an introduction to printmaking. This course is an introduction to This printmaking. Students work to produce Students work to produce original designs in relief and collagraph printing techniques. designs in relief and collagraph original Operation of the printing press, registration, printing techniques. Operation of the inking and other printing techniques in black printing press, registration, inking and other and white and color are demonstr ated. printing techniques in black and white and Edition printing and a final portfolio are color will be demonstrated. Edition printing required. and final portfolio required. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component __X ____ Not Applicable _ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures in its Diversity ___ US Experience ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. 31

318 AV.24 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA180 Life Drawing HUA180 Life Drawing Pre or co requisite Pre or co CSE099, ENA/E NG099, HUA103 Prerequisite: Prerequisite: requisite ENA/ENC101 ESA099, Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description In this course, students develop techniques is an introduction drawing the course This to of descriptive and interpretive drawing, with in line and value human figure. Techniques special emphasis placed on drawing the Textbook developed. and be will proportion human figure from the live model. Textbook readi ngs, studies in human anatom y, and readings, studies in human anatomy, and sketchbooks will be required. sketchbooks are required. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No [ ] Yes [ X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component Not Applicable __ __X ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures e in its Diversity ___ US Experienc ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Fall 2019 Effective Effective n reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. Rationale: Course revisio 32

319 AV.25 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA185 Illustration HUA185 Illustration r co Pre o Pre or co requisite U A103 Prerequisite: H HUA103 Prerequisite: requisite Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description i s c ou r s e e x a m i n e s t h e i n t e rr e l a t i o n o f v i s u a l T This course examines the interrelation of h S r nd v e r b a l t h e m e s . a t ud e n t s wil l y i m ag visual imagery and verbal themes as they e relate to the professional field of illustration. po r tf o li o s as t h e y s o l v e d e v e l op individual Students develop a cohesive illustration e on p r ob l e m s f o c u s e d on t h i a b s t r ac t , a ill t r t s u portfolio as they solve problems relating to e e m e n t s and r e p r e s t n t a i on a l i m ag e r y. f o r m a l e l different aspects of the field, such as book, i as w a t e r c o l o r , p e n- a nd- i n k and a S u c h m e d logo, or commercial illustration. Students e o r e d. C l a ss l e c t u r l s and p x l e p a s t e l wil be create an artist's website on ePortfolio and n g s wil l f o c u s on t h e h i s t o r y of r e l a t e d r e a d i learn the business aspects of illustration, such r i t a on. t s u ill as copyrighting, pricing, and contracts, from demonstration and lecture. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) neral Education General Education Ge Component Component ____ Not Applicable _ Not Applicable __X ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathemati cs ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expr ession ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World Scientific World _____ ___ 33

320 Effective Fall 2019 Effective Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. AV.26 TO FROM Departments Departme nts Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA203 Intermediate Drawing HUA203 Intermediate Drawing Pre or co requisite Pre or co H U A103 A103 Prerequisite: Prerequisite: H U requisite Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description course explores the drawing This course explores and expands upon the This further Drawing. in established techniques drawing techniques and concepts established Beginning in Beginning Drawing. Students concentr ate drawing objects Students will concentrate on on drawing objects and spaces from life and life and and from the from spaces from their imagination. Individual drawing imagination. assignments drawing Individual assignments and the development of a final art and and the final development of a portfolio portfolio is emphasized. Fields trips are will be emphasiz ed. Fiel ds trips sketchbook required. Critique and group discussions are Instead of a textbook, required. are usually an important aspect of this course. expect to should students pay art for supplies for this course. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education onent Comp Component _ Not Applicable __X ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible 34

321 ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World ___ Scientific World _____ Effective Fall 2019 Effective and college core competencies. Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite Rationale: AV.27 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities H U A 2 10 I n t ermedia t e P ai n ting ting n ai H U A 2 10 I n t ermedia t e P Course Course Pre or co requisite Pre or co HUA 110 Prerequisite: CSE099, ENA/ENG099, Prerequisite: requisite HU ENA/ENC101, ESA099, A110 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description n i c ou r s e i s a continuatio o f t h e s h T s This is an intensive studio course that focuse t i ga t i on s of l a nd s ca p e and s t ill li f e and i nv on the advancement of painting skills and e s techniques as they relate to perceptual and p t a b s t r ac t qu a li t i e s . A s e t c i a l h e i r implici aesthetic questions of painting and visual i l be p l ac e d on t h e functio n of a ph m e s s wil communication. Emphasis will be placed on c l o r s a t u r a t i on, s ca l e and m u l t i p l e , s u r f ac e o the function of surface, color, style and r on t e m po r a r y p a i n t i n g . P s o j e c t s wil l on r e in i t a l c process. We will familiarize ourselves wi th i s h e d p a i n t i n g s and s k e t c hboo k s . i n c l ud e f i n historic and contemporary painting. e l be anal yz ed and e v a l u a t e d. c wil j o r s o p i ud t S t Preparatory sketches and plans are required for each assignment. Sessions include discussion, analytical critiques, readings and exhibition visits. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts X [ ] Yes [ X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education 35

322 Component Component X Not Applicable __ _ __ __ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Ma thematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creati ve Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Fall 2019 Effective Effective Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. Rationale: AV.28 TO FROM Departments D epartments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA220 Intermediate Sculpture HUA220 Intermediate Sculpture Pre or co requisite Pre or co CSE099, ENA/ENG099, ESA099, HUA120 Prerequisite: Prerequisite: requisite A120 HU ENA/ENC101, Hours Hours 3 3 Credi Credits ts 3 3 Description Description is a continuation of problems in This This course explores and expands upon the course to the human related three sculpture techniques and concepts established -dimensional form in Beginning Sculpture. Personal expression, figure, portraiture and their abstract qualities. spatial thinking and tactile problem solving are will be placed Emphasis on individual investigated. Critiques and group discussions technical expression and the development of are an important aspect of this course. and y. plaster skills in cla Requirement Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X ] No ] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC , 36

323 etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable Not Applicable _ X __ ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cult ures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression Creative Expression ___ ___ Individual and Society Individual and Society ___ Scientific World ___ Scientific World ___ Effective Fall 2019 Effective Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. Rationale: AV.29 FROM TO Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA285 Graphic Narrative HUA285 Graphic Narrative Pre or co requisite Pre or co HUA103 , ENG/ENA/ENC101 Prerequisites: Prerequisite: or H U A104 or H U A103 requisite HU A180 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description This develops the students’ This course develops the students’ visual further course design drawing skills, and & storytelling and design skills, and introduces drawing them to the interaction of visual imagery and interaction of introduces them to the verbal themes. Students develop and visual/imagery verbal themes. Students -term projects in a chosen individualized full specific in portfolios develop individual will format, e.g., picture book illustration, comic art fields, sequential book illustration, e.g., illustration, or graphic novel illustration. Class editorial graphic comics, the novel and lectures and related reading focus on the illustration. reading related and Class lectures to highlights of classic to contemporary will focus on the highlights of classic 37

324 contemporary and graphic illustration illustration and graphic narratives, and on the d in pictures. narratives. elements of a story tol Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) ation General Education General Educ Component Component __X ____ Not Applicable __ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society _____ ___ Scientific World Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and college core competencies. Rationale: AV.30 FROM TO Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUA289 Art and Design Seminar HUA289 Art and Design Seminar Pre or co requisite Pre or co - or Corequisit e: A n y ENG/ENA/ENC101 int ermediate st udio Prerequisites: Pre , HUA103 , requisite , HUA210 HUA203 Pre/corequisites: HUA104 HUA126, se: cour HUA203, , art HUA166, 285 HUA HUA220 or HU HUA230, A220, HUA210, HUA207, HU A285 38

325 Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Description will eng age in self - directed research In this course, students engage in research in Students of and creative projects the form of written and creative projects in the form written, specific to their discipline and become familiar Art to their specific discipline: Design Fine Art, with material issues and conceptual themes of These y, or Graphic Illustration. Histor art. Students develop visual, oral and written with in consultation the projects will develop presentations , participate in class critiques and r. Students will develop oral and Instructo develop digital portfolios of studio work and class in participate presentations, visual and writing. As the capstone course in art, this Art majors will finaliz e their critiques. workshop is both writing and reading intensive. portfolios, and ePortfolios, made up of This course also has a one hour lab As representative examples of studio work. component in addition to studio time. in art, is this workshop course capstone the writing both reading intensive. and Requirement Requi rement Designation Designation [ ] Yes [X ] No Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ X] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc.) General Education General Education Component Component Not Applicable _ X ___ Not Applicable ____ ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ___ Scientific World Effective Effective Fall 2019 Rationale: Course revision reflects an update in course description, prerequisite and coll ege core competencies. 39

326 AV. 31 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUN212 Photography in New York HUN212 Photography in New York Pre or co requisite Pre or co Prerequisite: ENG101 Prerequisite: ENG101 requisite Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 This course will provide participants with a rich This course will provide participants with a rich Description Description visual understanding of the art photography world visual understanding of the art photography world in New York City as well as a deepened in New York City as well as a deepened understanding of photography in contemporary art. understanding of photography in contemporary photographic resources Utilizing the cultural ph art. Utilizing the cultural otographic resources of New of New York City, this class aims to enrich, York City, this class aims to enrich, engage, and engage, and critically examine the critically examine the multidimensional world of photography and how it relates to U.S. experience multidimensional world of photography and how in its diversity. We will view photographic exhibits it relates to U.S. experience in its diversity. We and examine how they refl ect issues in the U.S will view photographic exhibits and examine how they r including but not limited to immigration, race, eflect issues in the U.S including but not gender, class, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. We limited to immigration, race, gender, class, sexual will examine the historical context of various orientation, and ethnicity. We will examine the photography exhibits and make connections historical context of various photography exhibits between past and contemporary use with the and make connections between past and contemporary use with the intention of intention of understanding the impact that this understanding the impact that this medium has medium has had on visual culture and on the world. had on visual culture and on the world. Visual Visual literacy will be emphasized throughout the literacy will be emphasized throughout the course. We will also visit contemporary course. We will also visit contemporary photographic artist studios and get the opportunity to meet and ask questions of the artists. photographic artist studios and get the opportunity to meet and ask questions of the artists. Requirement Requirement Designation Designation [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ X ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute Writing Intensive, (e.g. Writing WID Intensive, WAC, WAC, etc.) etc .) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required 40

327 ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science _X__ Flexible _X__ Flexible Cultures ___ World ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity __X __ Creative Expression __X__ Creative Expression _____ _____ Individual and Society Individual and Society Scientific World _____ ______ Scientific World Effective Effective This course has been approved by the CU Rationale: NY Pathways Committee. AV. 32 TO FROM Departments Departments Humanities Humanities Course Course HUC127 Sports Communication HUC127 Sports Communication Pre or co requisite Pre or co ENA/ENG099, Prerequisite: CSE099, CSE099, ENG/ENA/ESA099 Prerequisite: requisite ENA/ENC101 ESA099, Hours Hours 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Description Descript ion This course offers a survey of the basics of a survey of This the basics of course offers sports media and reporting from a from a and reporting media sports broadcaster's perspective. Students will do broadcaster perspective. s ’ Students do a will theoretical overview of the fundamentals of of the overview theoretical of fundamentals -on broadcast media. Students will get hands Students -on get hands broadcast media. will experience in production with podcasts. Topics experience in production podcasts. with to be covered include fundamentals of include fundamentals of Topics to be covered interviewing, writing, play by play, and y, and play by pla writing, - viewing, inter anchoring, as well as the role of women and as and anchoring, women the role of as well minorities in sports media. in minorities media. sports 41

328 Requirement Requirement Des ignation Designation ] Yes [ ] No ] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts [ [ X X Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, WAC, etc.) Intensive, WAC, etc.) General Education General Education Component Component ____ Not Applicable ____ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Science ___ Flexible _ Flexible __X ___ World Cultures ___ World Cultures ___ U S Experience in its Diversity ___ US Experience in its Diversity _X__ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression ____Individual and Society ___ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World ___ Scientific World Effective Effective Rationale: This course has been approved by the CUNY Pathways Committee. Section AVI: Courses Withdr awn Section AVII: Affiliation Agreem ents 42

329 Lehman College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS Section AIII: Changes in Degree Programs Undergraduate Curricula AIII.1 Name of Program and Degree Award: Business Administration, Minor Spring 2019 Effective Term: The following revisions are proposed from the Department of Economics for the Business Administration Minor and Business. TO: FROM: Business Administration, Minor Business Administration, Minor This minor consists of any four courses with a BBA prefix at This minor consists of any four courses with a BBA prefix at Not open to students majoring in of higher. the 200 level the 200 level or higher. Students majoring in Economics . Students majoring in Economics cannot elect Accounting cannot elect BBA 303 under this minor. nor. under this mi BBA 303 Rationale: This change doesn’t affect learning outcomes. There is no overlapping of courses required for this minor for students who are majoring in Business Administration and Accounting with the exception of BBA 303. This minor is relevant for students who wish to have a broader understanding of the economy beyond their specific discipline area studies. Date of Economics and Business Department Approval: April 17 , 2018

330 Date of Senate Approval September 5, 2018 : AIII.2 Economics, Minor Name of Program and Degree Award: Effective Term: Spring 2019 usiness. The following revisions are proposed for the Economics Minor from the Department of Economics and B TO: FROM: Economics, Minor Economics, Minor Intermediate Macroeconomics ECO 300 ECO 300 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 3 3 3 Intermediate Microeconomics ECO 301 ECO 301 Intermediate Microeconomics Economic Statistics 3 3 Economic Statistics ECO 302 ECO 302 And And One elective course One elective course One elective course: 300- and 400- level with ECO prefix. One elective course: 300- and 400- level with ECO prefix Not open to students maj oring in Business Administration or Accounting. ECO 302: Students majoring in Accounting and Business Administration must substitute BBA 403 for ECO 302. Rationale: This change doesn’t affect learning outcomes. Economics minor covers more advance level macro- and micr o-economic courses than those required for accounting and business courses, thus, accounting and business majors may be permitted to take the program. Given that ECO 302 covers topics up to those covered in BBA 403, the latter course is an appropriate subs titute course. Date of Economics and Business Department Approval: April 17, 2018 Date of Senate Approval : September 5, 2018

331 AIII.3 Management, Minor Name of Program and Degree Award: Effective Term: Spring 2019 The following revisions are proposed for the Management Minor from the Department of Economics and Business. TO: FROM: Management, Minor Management, Minor 3 3 BBA 204 Principles of Management BBA 204 Principles of Management BBA 303 Bus 3 3 iness Statistics I BBA 303 Business Statistics I BBA 405 Management Decision Making 3 3 BBA 405 Management Decision Making 3 3 BBA 407 Strategic Management BBA 407 Strategic Management . BBA 303: Economics majors who wish to take this minor Not open to students majoring in Business Administration must substitute ECO 302 for BBA 303. : Economics majors who wish to take this minor BBA 303 must substitut e another 300 - or 400- level BBA course for BBA 303 Rationale: This change doesn’t a ffect learning outcomes. Since ECO 302 also cover topics taught in BA 303, it is an appropriate substitute for BBA 303. Date of Economics and Business Department Approval: April 17, 2018 Date of Senate Approval : September 5, 2018 AIII.4

332 : Spring 2019 Effective Term The following change in departmental grading policy are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Departmental Grading Policy Departmental Grading Policy In each of the Department’s major programs, the following In each of the Department’s major programs, the following policies apply: policies apply: Students must earn a C - Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition: Students must earn a C - Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition: or above in all courses requir ed for the DFN Option I major, or above in all courses required for the DFN Option I major, whether taken at Lehman or another institution. All D or F whether taken at Lehman or another institution. All D or F grades must be repeated within one semester or the grades must be repeated within one semester or the student risks being dropped from the accredited student risks being dropped from the accredited DPD DPD program. D grades in Option II or in the minor are program. D grades in Option II or in the minor are acceptable. acceptable. Health Education and Promotion: Students must earn a Students must earn a Health Education and Promotion: courses required for the major and C- or above in all HEA C- or above in all courses required for the major and the the minor. If a grade is lower, the student must repeat the minor. If a grade is lower, the student must repeat the courses transferred in from HEA course. D grades in for the major that are course. D grades in courses transferred in from another instituti another institution on are acceptable. as part of a completed degree program are acceptable. - or above in all Students must earn a C Exercise Science: Students must earn a C - or above in all Exercise Science: courses for the major and the minor. If the grade is lower, courses for the major and the minor. If the grade is lower, the student must repeat the course. course. the student must repeat the Health Services Administration: Students must earn a C - Health Services Administration: Students must earn a C - or above in all courses f or the major and the minor. If the or above in all courses for the major and the minor. If the grade is lower, the student must repeat the course. grade is lower, the student must repeat the course. Public Health: Students must earn a C - or above in all

333 courses for the major and the minor. If the grade is lower, Public Health: - or above in all Students must earn a C the student must repeat the course. courses for the major and the minor. If the grade is lower, the student must repeat the course. Recreation Education and Therapeutic Recreation: Students must earn a C - or above in all Departmental Recreation Education and Therapeutic Recreation: - or above in all Departmental Students must earn a C courses required for the major and the minor. A D grade is courses required for the major and the minor. A D grade is acceptable in only one of the following: BIO 181, PSY 166, PSY 234 and HIN 268 for therapeutic recreation major s. If a acceptable in only one of the following: BIO 181, PSY 166, PSY 234 and HIN 268 for therapeutic recreation majors. If a student earned a D in more than one of those courses, the student earned a D in more than one of those courses, the student may choose which course to repeat. D grades in student may choose which course to repeat. D grades in those courses transferred in from another institution as part those courses transferred in from another institution as part of a completed degree program are acceptable. of a completed degree program are acceptable. Rationale: ing to the Registrar’s Office. This change clarifies text that was found to be confus The initial intent of the D grade policy referring to all courses for the major (versus solely HEA courses within the major) is now evident through the r evised wording. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: , 2018 April 25 Date of Senate Approval : September 5, 2018 AIII.5 Effective Term: Spring 2019 The following change in honors eligibility requirements are proposed from the Dep artment of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Honors in Health Education and Promotion Honors in Health Education and Promotion

334 motion Departmental honors in Health Education and Pro Departmental honors in Health Education and Promotion met the general may be awarded to a student who has a cumulative GPA of may be awarded to a student who has 3.2 or higher and a Major GPA of 3.5 or higher requirements for Departmental honors, including . maintaining a 3.5 index in a minimum of 24 HEA credits, . HEA 485 which must include Rationale: ealth Education The current standards are stringent enough where very few students receive an Honors designation in H and Promotion (HEA) at the time of graduation. This is because, over the last several years, only a small number of students have taken the HEA 485 Honors course which is a required criterion for receiving HEA Honors. The new text re high- achieving HEA majors to receive Departmental Honors status. allows mo Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25 , 2018 Date of Senate Approval : September 5, 2018 Graduate Curricula AIII.6 Health Education, A dvanced Certificate Name of Program and Degree Award: Hegis Number: 25951 Program Code: 39592 Effective Term: Spring 2019 The following changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. TO: FROM: Health Education Advanced Certificate Program (18) Health Education Advanced Certificate Program (18) Credits Cre dits

335 This program will be offered to students who already This program will be offered to students who already possess a Master’s degree and a New York State (NYS) possess a Master’s degree and a New York State (NYS) initial or professional certification in any subject area. The initial or professional certification in any subject area. The Advanced Certificate will enable them to become certified to Advanced Certificate will enable them to become certified to teach Health Educati on P to their -12 in NYS in addition to their teach Health Education P -12 in NYS in addition base certificate. This program requires 12 credits in Health base certificate. This program requires 12 credits in Health Education core content and 6 credits in fieldwork through Education core content and 6 credits in fieldwork through the Student Teaching Internship course. the Student Teaching Internship course. Admission Requirements: Admission Requirements: • • Possess a master's degree in a related field. ated field. Possess a master's degree in a rel • Demonstrate the ability to successfully pursue • Demonstrate the ability to successfully pursue graduate study by having a master's Grade Point graduate study by having a master's Grade Point Average of 3.0 or better. Average of 3.0 or better. • • Submit two (2) letters of recommendation and a 500- Submit two (2) letters of recommendation and a 500- word essay on career goals. word essay on career goals. • Submit NYS initial or professional certifica • tion in any Submit NYS initial or professional certification in any subject area. subject area. Meet additional Departmental, divisional, and New • Meet additional Departmental, divisional, and New • York State requirements, if any. York State requirements, if any. • • Submit scores of the Graduate Record Examination Submit scores of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) revised general test, i.e., verbal reasoning, (GRE) revised general test, i.e., verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. . Program of Study: Program of Study: Content Courses (Total of 3 credits): credits): Content Courses (Total of 6 HEA 507: Human Sexuality 3 credits HEA 671: Teaching Methods Psychosocial Wellness 3 HEA 671: Teaching Methods Psychosocial Wellness 3 credits credits HEA 507: Human Sexuality 3 credits

336 Student Teaching Internship (Total of credits): Student Teaching Internship (Total of 6 credits): 9 ESC 595: Internship in Classroom Teaching 1- 3 credits *ESC 595: Internship in Classroom Teaching 1- 3 credi ts dary & TESOL Education 1 ESC 611: Seminar in Secon ESC 611: Seminar in Secondary & TESOL Education 1 credit credit ESC 708: Project Seminar in Curriculum, Materials, and ESC 708: Project Seminar in Curriculum, Materials, and Assessment in Specialized Areas 3 credits 3 credits Assessment in Specialized Areas *NOTE: ESC 595 is a variable- credit course and must be taken for two credits. credits): Elective Courses (Total of 9 e Abuse 3 credits HEA 509: Drugs and Substanc tal of 6 pectives on Death and Dying Elective Courses (To HEA 636: Pers credits): 3 credits HEA 502: Women & Health 3 credits rition and Chronic Diseases 3 credits HEA 640: Nut HEA 509 : Drugs and Substance Abuse 3 credits : Special Topics in Health 3 credits HEA 680 HEA 510: Health & Aging 3 credits 3 tudy in Health Ed & Promotion HEA 685: Independent S Issues in Contemporary HEA 627: Health Problems & credits Society 3 credits HEA 636: Per spectives on Death and Dying 3 credits TOTAL CREDITS FOR CERTIFICATE: 18 HEA trition and Chronic Disease 3 credits 640: Nu HEA 68 0: Special Topics in Health 3 credits HEA 685: Independent Study in Health Ed & Promotion 3 credits TOTAL CREDITS FOR CERTIFICATE: 18 Rationale: There was an error in the s ubmission and chancellor’s report. Instead of listing three credits of content courses, it should list six credits. Instead of listing nine credits of electives, it should list six credits. Instead of listing one- three credits for ESC 595, it should list t wo credits. Instead of listing a total of nine credits for student teaching internship, it should list six credits. Lastly, it needs to be clarified for students that ESC 595 must be taken for two credits, given that this is a variable - credit course. The c ontent has not been altered; rather this proposal fixes administrative errors. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: May 17, 2018

337 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AIII.7 Name of Program and Degree Award: Family Nurse Practitioner, M.S.; Family Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Certificate Hegis Number: 1203.10; 1203.12 Program Code: 33473; 33472 Effective Term: Spring 2019 Department of Nursing. The following changes are proposed from the TO: FROM: Curriculum for M.S. in Family Nurse Pract Curriculum for M.S. in Family Nurse Practitioner itioner Program (45 credits) Program (45 credits) Basic Core Courses in Graduate Nursing Programs (15) Basic Core Courses in Graduate Nursing Programs (15) Required for all the master's degree programs in nursing. Required for all the master's degree programs in nursing. Credits Credits NUR 720 Concepts and Theories for Advanced Nursing NUR 720 Concepts and Theories for Advanced Nursing 3 Practice Practice 3 3 NUR 721 Essentials of Clinical Research 3 NUR 721 Essentials of Clinical Research s for Advanced Nursing Practice 3 NUR 723 Strategie Nursing Practice 3 NUR 723 Strategies for Advanced NUR 726 Health Planning and Policy Making: Leadership Issues 3 NUR 726 Health Planning and Policy Making: Leadership NUR 78 7 Advanced Professional Seminar 3 Issues 3 NUR 78 7 Advanced Professional Seminar 3 Graduate courses required for the M.S. in FNP (30) Graduate courses required for the M.S. in FNP (30) (In addition to the 15 credits of core courses).

338 Credits (In addition to the 15 credits of core courses). NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology 3 3 766 Advanced Pathophysiology NUR Credits NUR 769 Family Developmental Theory 3 harmacology Advanced P NUR 767 3 Advanced Health As sessment 3 NUR 773 NUR 766 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 774 Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - NUR Using a 3 Family Developmental Theory NUR 769 Nursing Science Framework 6 Advanced Health Assessment 3 NUR 773 Us 775 Advanced Family Nursing Practice II - ing a NUR Using a NUR 774 Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - Nursing Science Framework 6 6 Nursing Science Framework NUR 776 Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - Using a Nursing Science Framework 6 NUR 775 Us ing a Advanced Family Nursing Practice II - cience Framework 6 Nursing S Curriculum Plan for Post Masters Certificate in Family ing a Us Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - NUR 776 Nurse Practitioner Nursing Science Framework 6 (30 credits) Curriculum Plan for Post Masters Certificate in Family Credits Nurse Practitioner 3 Advanced Pharmacology NUR 767 Family Developmental Theory NUR 769 3 (30 credits) Advanced Pathophy siology 3 NUR 766 Credits NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment 3 NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology 3 Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - NUR 774 Us ing a Nursing Science Framework 6 NUR 769 Family Developmental Theory 3 Advanced Family Nursing Practice II - Us ing a NUR 775 NUR 766 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 Nursing Science Framework 6 NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment 3 Using a Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - NUR 776 Us ing a NUR 774 Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - 6 Nursing Science Framework Nursing Science Framework 6 NUR 775 Advanced Family N ursing Practice II - Us ing a Nursing Science Framework 6 NUR 776 Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - Us ing a

339 Nursing Science Framework 6 Students must achieve a 3.0 GPA and submit proof of completing the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) cert ification examination in Family Nurse Practitioner to graduate with a master of science degree or -masters certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner. post Rationale: The requirement for professional certification is a mark o f knowledge and skill competency for the advanced practice Currently the majority of students in our practitioner programs do not take the certification exams within registered nurse. months of program completion. Research and personal data indicates t hat a delay in taking the exam after six months six ts the pass rate of graduates. While it is not mandated by NYS for license as an of program completion negatively impac advanced practice nurse, 48 states in the US do require certification (NY and CA are the exceptions). Employers are requesting that ANPS become certified for hire, and this is true in NYS. Certification benefits for students is selection for hire over the competition for jobs. Although NYS does not require certification for the advanced nursing practice license, the accrediting organization for our nursing programs Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), looks at certification pass scores as a measure program outcome effectiveness. Our current certification scores have been below the national average for the past of This is a major concern for our students, faculty and future of our Master’s Degree and Advanced several years. Finally, the nursing department will monitor the process of students taking the Certificate practitioner programs. certification exam by requesting documentation from students. Official notification from ANCC would be emailed to the nursing department chair of program director. Date of Nursing March 6 , 2018 Department Approval: Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AIII.8 Name of Program and Degree Award: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, M.S.

340 Hegis Number: 1203.10 Program Code: 19752 Effective Term: Spring 2019 Department of Nursing. The following changes are proposed from the FROM: TO: iatric Nurse Practitioner Master Science in Ped Master Science in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Curriculum Credits Credits NUR 720 Concepts and Theories for Advanced Nursing NUR 720 Concepts and T heories for Advanced Nursing Practice 3 3 Practice NUR 721 Essentials of Clinical Research 3 3 NUR 721 Essentials of Clinical Research s for Advanced Nursing Practic NUR 723 Strategie e 3 NUR 723 Strategie s for Advanced Nursing Practice 3 NUR 726 Health Planning and Policy Making: Leadership olicy Making: Leadership NUR 726 Health Planning and P Issues 3 3 Issues NUR 766 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 NUR 766 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology 3 3 NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology NUR 769 Family Developmental Theory 3 NUR 769 Family Developmental Theory 3 770 Advanced Practice I 6 NUR NUR 771 Advanced Nursing Practice II 6 NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment 3 ed Nursing Practice III 6 NUR 772 Advanc NUR 770 Advanced Practice I 6 NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment 3 NUR 771 Advanced Nursing Practice II 6 NUR 787 Advanced Professional Seminar 3 NUR 772 Advanced Nursing Practice III 6 NUR 787 Advanced Professional Seminar 3 Students m ust ach ieve a 3.0 GPA and submit proof of completing the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification examination in Pediatric Nurse

341 Practitioner to gradu a t e w i th a Master of Science d e gr e e or post-masters ce rtificat Nurse Practitioner. e in Pediatric Rationale: Rationale on Bulletin edits: The course number sequencing for NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment is placed before -master’s certificate because it is a pre- requisite course for NUR 770, Advance Nursing NUR 770 for the PNP and Post Practice I. The NUR 773 course was added to the PNP and Post -master’s certificate programs in 200? as required by our accrediting agency Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC) . Th e requirement for professional certification is a mark of knowledge and skill competency for the advanced practice Currently the majority of students in our practitioner programs do not take the certification exams within registered nurse. months of pr ogram completion. Research and personal data indicates that a delay in taking the exam after six months six ts the pass rate of graduates. While it is not mandated by NYS for license as an of program completion negatively impac advanced practice nurse, 48 states in the US do require certification (NY and CA are the exceptions). Employers are requesting that ANPS become certified for hire, and this is true in NYS. Certification benefits for students is selection for hire over the competition for jobs. Although NY S does not require certification for the advanced nursing practice license, the accrediting organization for our nursing programs Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), looks at certification pass scores as a measure of program outcome effectiv eness. Our current certification scores have been below the national average for t he past several years. This is a major concern for our students, faculty and future of our Master’s Degree and Advanced Certificate practitioner programs. Finally, the nursing department will monitor the process of students taking the certification exam by requesting documentation from students. Official notification from ANCC would be emailed to the nursing department chair of program director. Date of Nursing Department Appr oval: March 6, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AIII.9 Name of Program and Degree Award: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Certificate

342 Hegis Number: 1203.10 Program Code: 20582 Effective Term: Spring 2019 The following changes are proposed from the Department of Nursing. TO: FROM: The Certificate in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program Nurse Practitioner program diatric The Certificate in Pe consists of a sequence of seven courses for a total of consists of a sequence of seven courses for a total of 30 credits as listed below: 30 credits as listed below: Credits Credits 3 Pathophysiology NUR 766 Advanced NUR 766 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology 3 NUR 767 Advanced Pharmacology 3 NUR 769 Family Developmental Theory 3 3 pmental Theory NUR 769 Family Develo NUR 770 Advanced Practice I 6 NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment 3 6 NUR 771 Advanced Nursing Practice II NUR 770 Advanced Practice I 6 NUR 772 Advanced Nursing Practice III 6 NUR 771 Advanced Nursing Practice II 6 3 NUR 773 Advanced Health Assessment NUR 772 Advanced Nursing Practice III 6 Students must achieve a 3.0 GPA and submit proof of completing the American Nurses Credent ialing Center (ANCC) certification examination in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner to graduate with a Master of Science degree or -masters certificate in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. post Rationale: The requirement for professio nal certification is a mark of knowledge and skill competency for the advanced practice registered nurse. Currently the majority of students in our practitioner programs do not take the certification exams within six months of program completion. Research and personal data indicates that a delay in taking the exam after six months

343 of program completion negatively impac ts the pass rate of graduates. While it is not mandated by NYS for license as an ification (NY and CA are the exceptions). Employers are advanced practice nurse, 48 states in the US do require cert requesting that ANPS become certified for hire, and this is true in NYS. Certification benefits for students is selection for hire over the competition for jobs. Although NYS does not require certific ation for the advanced nursing practice license, the accrediting organization for our nursing programs Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), looks at certification pass scores as a measure Our current certific ation scores have been below the national average for the past of program outcome effectiveness. several year s. This is a major concern for our students, faculty and future of our Master’s Degree and Advanced Certificate practitioner programs. Finally, the nursing department will monitor t he process of students taking the certification exam by requesting documentation from students. Official notification from ANCC would be emailed to the nursing department chair of program director. Date of Nursing Department Approval: March 6, 2018 Senate Approval: Date of September 5, 2018 Section AIV: New Courses Undergraduate Curricula AIV.1 The following new course is proposed from the Department of Economics and Business. Course Description: Department(s) Economics and Business [ Career ] Under graduate [X ] Graduate Academic Level [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Business Course Prefix & BBA 466

344 Number Business Consulting Course Title ement consulting to businesses. Incorporates use of Description Theory and practice of providing manag technology to support and enable business functions. ACC 171, ACC 272, ECO 166, ECO 167 and Departmental permission . Pre/ Co Requisites Credits 4 Hours 4 [X ] Yes Liberal Arts [ ] No Course A ttribute NA (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) __ X_ Not Applicable General Education Component ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Science ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its Diversity ___ _ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ S cientific World Rationale: The course promotes an understanding of business consulting and its various aspects while allowing students to acquire necessary skil ls in strategic planning, marketing and social media, technology, and financing and financial analysis, needed to assist, develop, and grow businesses. Unlike other business courses that concentrate narrowly on a particular function of the business, this c ourse encompasses a spectrum of business and management. Additionally, it provides the

345 opportunity for students to gain hands -on experience and application of various tools used in areas of marketing, sales and web development with the goal of providing a valuable service to businesses in both private and public sectors. This course is designed specifically for students who upon of the course will work with Bronx -based businesses, as part of the Small Business Consulting Practice program, a collaboration between Department of Economics & Business and School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Approval: April 17 Da te of Economics and Business Department , 2018 September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses Undergraduate Curricula AV.1 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. FROM: TO: Adult Degree Program Adult Degree Program Departm Departm ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Academi ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X ] Academi [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Remedial c Le vel [ Developmental c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Individualized Study Subject Individualized Study Area Area IBA 135 IBA 135 Course Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number

346 Course Orientation Learning About Learning: Returning Adult Course Student Seminar Title Title The nature of a liberal arts None education, Descripti Descripti on on information literacy, critical thinking, and other skills needed for success at Lehman College. NA Pre/ Co Requisit NA Pre/ Co es Requisit es Credits 2 Credits 3 2 Hours Hours 3 [ X ] No Liberal [ ] Yes [ ] Yes X [ Liberal ] No Arts Arts Course NA NA Attribute Course (e.g. Attribute Writing (e.g. Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, c) et e, WAC, etc) General Not Applicable X__ _ Educatio ____ Required General __X _ Not Applicable n Educati ____ English Composition ___ _ Required o ____ Mathematics ____ English Composition Compon n ___ Science ent _ Compon ____ Mathematics _ ent ___ Science ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures ___ _ Flexible ____ US Experience in its ____ World Cultures Diversity ____ US Experience in its __ Creative Expression Diversity __ ____ Individual and Society _ __ _ Creative Expression

347 ____ Scientific World ____ Individual and Society __ _ _ Scientific World Rationale: Much like freshman, returning adult students need assistance in understanding the nature of a liber al arts education and -100, students in the Adult Degree Program have how to succeed in a liberal arts college. While the freshman have LEH no such course. IBA 135: Orientation has not been offered for some time. IBA 135: Learning About Learning: Returning Adult Student Seminar updates the content of “Orientation” in order to serve a similar purpose to LEH -100. The course, which will be limited to ADP students only, will teach students to understand the nature of a liberal arts education, become familiar the ir own learning process, and develop critical thinking, information literacy, and other skills needed for success at Lehman College and in their careers. This will be a writing intensive course to enable a focus on improving academic writing. By the end o f the course students will be expected to: o Develop an understanding of the nature of a liberal arts education and be able to apply that to academic plans and career goals o Develop an ability to access and use productively online pedagogical resources Conti nue to develop critical thinking skills, evident in written and oral assignments o Develop skills in information literacy, including familiarity with library resources and competency in citation of sources o o Continue to develop oral communication skills o Contin ue to develop sound academic writing skills Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: April 1 , 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV. 2 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program.

348 TO: FROM: Departm Adult Degree Program Departm egree Program Adult D ent(s) ent(s) [ [X] Undergraduate [X] Undergraduate Career [ ] Graduate Career ] Graduate ] Regular [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] [X [ Academi ] Compensatory [ Academi ] Developmental c Level [ ] Remedial Developmental c Level ] Remedial [ Individualized Study Individualized Study Subject Subject Area Area IBA 150 Course IBA 250 Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Interdisciplinary Studies of People and Culture Course Course Interdisciplinary Studies of P eople and Culture Title Title Descripti Introduction to peoples and cultures and Descripti Introduction to peoples and cultures and factors that influence them across a broad on factors that influence them across a broad on range of domains. Note: IBA courses are range of domains. designed to introduce Adult Degree students Pre/ Co NA to a liberal arts education and support their Requisit into advanced disciplinary studies. transition es NA Pre/ Co Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Requisit topic) es Hours 3 Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different X [ Liberal ] No [ ] Yes topic) Arts 3 Hours NA Course X] Yes ] No [ [ Liberal Attribute Arts (e.g. Writing NA Course

349 Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, etc) Writing Intensiv General __X _ Not Applicable e, WAC, ___ _ Required Educatio etc) ____ English Composition n X__ ____ Mathematics N _ General ot Applicable Compon ent Educatio ____ Required ___ Science _ n ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics _ Flexible ___ Compon ____ World Cultures ent ___ Science _ ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures _ ___ Creative Expression ____ US Experience in its ____ Individual and Society Diversit y __ _ _ Scientific World __ Creative Expression __ ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and syllabi from re cent sections of this course have been examined. In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advisory Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 200- level courses at Lehman. When this course was first introduced, most Adult Degree students were beginning the program with few if any prior college credits, for which reason it was necessary to teach the course at a 100- level in order to account for gaps in students’ knowledge and skills. Today, the large majority of ADP students enter Lehman as transfer students with 30 or more credits, and as a result it makes sense to offer this course at a higher level. At the same time, the course provides important supplemental support that is appropriate for students who have been out o f college for several years, as well as providing a cohort experience for entering students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course provides students with multiple perspectives

350 that will better enable them to select a major that will best fit their int erests, and also enables students to contribute their Students who enter the Adult Degree Program with fewer than 30 credits will previous learning in a variety of disciplines. be encouraged to take IBA 135, Returning Adult Student Seminar, prior to taking IBA 250. The learning outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond to a knowledge and skill level appropriate to a 200- level course: By the end of the course students will be expected to Demonstrate knowledge of theories and • behaviors of individuals, groups, and/or communities through an interdisciplinary study of people and culture • Demonstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas about the world they live in Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coher • ently • Develop critical thinking, analytical and research skills IBA courses both introduce Adult Degree Program students to a liberal arts education and prepare them to be successful in disciplinary study. Examples of current and past IBA courses in this area include: Psychosocial Development of Youth; Is Good Parenting Enough; Bullying, the Toxicity of Our Culture; Psychological and Social Effects of Coming Home; The Evolution of Disbelief; Death and Dying through Film and Literature; Food for Thought - Eating and Drinking Across Cultures; Bridging the Gap Across Gender, Generation and Culture; Multi -Cultural Perspectives on Illness. ts requirements are included twice in the Undergraduate The requirements in the “from” section are listed twice, because i Bulletin, as part of a general description of the “major” for students in the Adult Degree Program and (in language that is not identical) under the heading for the “Individualized Baccalaureate Program.” The Self -Determined Studies major is not listed any where in the Undergraduate Bulletin by that name. Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: April 1 , 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.3

351 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. TO: FROM: A Departm dult Degree Program Adult Degree Program Departm ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [X] Undergraduate Career ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [ ] Compensatory Academi [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] [ ] [ ] Regular [X Academi ] Remedial Developmental [ c Level [ Developmental c Level ] Remedial Subject Individualized Study Subject Individualized Study Area Area Course Course 251 IBA IBA 151 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Global and Local Interdisciplinary Studies of Interdisciplinary Studie s of Global and Local Course Title Title Issues Issues Introduction to diverse issues that shape Descripti Introduction to diverse issues that shape Descripti on on local levels. people’s lives on both global and people’s lives on both global and local levels. Note: IBA courses are designed to introduce NA Pre/ Co Adult Degree students to a liberal arts Requisit nto education and support their transition i es advanced disciplinary studies. Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Pre/ Co NA topic) Requisit Hours 3 es [ ] Yes X [ Liberal ] No 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Credits Arts topic) NA Course Hours 3 Attribute X] Yes [ Liberal ] No [ (e.g. Arts Writing

352 Course Intensiv NA e, WAC, Attribute etc) (e.g. Writing General __X _ Not Applicable Intensiv ___ Educatio quired _ Re e, WAC, n ____ English Composition etc) Compon ____ Mathematics No t Applicable ___ Science _ ent General _ X__ Educatio ____ Required n ____ English Composition _ Flexible ___ Compon ____ World Cultures ____ Mathematics ___ Science _ ent ____ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression _ ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ Individual and Society Scientific World __ ____ US Experience in its _ _ Diversity __ __ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and syllabi from recent sec tions of this course have been examined. In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advisory Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 200- level courses at Lehman. When this course was first introduced, most Adult Degr ee students were beginning the program with few if any prior college credits, for which reason it was necessary to teach the course at a 100- level in order to account for gaps in students’ knowledge and sk ills. Today, the large majority of ADP students ent er Lehman as transfer students with 30 or more credits, and as a result it makes sense to offer this course at a higher level. At the same time, the course provides important supplemental support that is appropriate for students who have been out of colleg e for several years, as well as providing a cohort

353 experience for entering students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course provides students with multiple perspectives that will better enable them to select a major that will best fit their interests, and also enables students to contribute their Students who enter the Adult Degree Program with fewer than 30 credits will previous learning in a variety of disciplines. be encouraged to take IBA 135, Returning Adult Student Seminar, prior to taking IBA 251 . The learning outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond to a knowledge and skill level appropriate to a 200- level course: By the end of the course students will be expected to ° Demonstrate understanding of global and/or local issues and the impact these have on the lives of individuals, groups and communities. ° Demonstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas ° Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coherently ° Develop critical thinking, analytic al and research skills IBA courses both introduce Adult Degree Program students to a liberal arts education and prepare them to be successful in disciplinary study. Examples of current and past IBA courses in this area include: Global Perspectives on Hap piness; Immigration and the Media; An Exploration of the NYC Criminal Justice System; Health, Wealth and Happiness - The Importance of Greening April 1 Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: , 2018 September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV.4 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. TO: FROM: Adult Degree Program Departm Adult Degree Program Departm

354 ent(s) ent(s) [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [X ] ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [ Academi Academi [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory Developmental c Level ] Remedial [ Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Subject Individualized Study Individualized Study Subject A Area rea 252 IBA 152 Course Course IBA Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Course Interdisciplinary Studi in Power, Politics and Interdisciplinary Studies in Power, Politics and es Change Title Title Change Introduction to theories and dynamics relating Descripti Descripti Introduction to theories and dynamics relating to power structures, political movements and to power structures, political movements and on on change processes. Note: IBA courses are change processes. designed to introduce Adult Degree students NA Pre/ Co to a liberal arts education and support their Requisit transition into advanced disciplinary studies. es NA Pre/ Co Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Requisit topic) es 3 Hours Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different [ ] Yes X [ ] No Lib eral topic) Arts Hours 3 NA Course [ [ ] No Liberal X] Yes Attribute Arts (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, etc) Writing Intensiv General __X _ Not Applicable

355 e, WAC, __ _ _ Required Educatio ____ English Composition etc) n Compon ____ Mathematics X__ _ General Not Applicable ___ Science ent _ ____ Required Educatio n ____ English Composition ___ _ Flexible Compon ____ Mathematics ____ World Cultures ___ Science ent _ ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Flexible _ ___ Creative Expression _ World Cultures ___ ____ Individual and Society ____ US Experience in its _ _ Scientific World __ Diversity __ Creative Expression __ ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale : As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and syllabi from recent sections of this course have been examined. In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advisory Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 200- level courses at Lehman. When this course was first introduced, most Adult Degree students were beginning the program with few if any prior college credits, for which reason it was necessary to level in order to account for gaps in s tudents’ knowledge teach the course at a 100- and skills. Today, the large majority of ADP students enter Lehman as transfer students with 30 or more credits, and as a result it makes sense to offer this course at a higher level. At the same time, the course provides important supplemental support that is appropriate for students who have been out of college for several years, as well as providing a cohort experience for entering students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course provides students with multiple perspectives that will better enable them to select a major that will best fit their interests, and also enables students to contribute th eir previous learning in a variety of disciplines. Students who enter the Adult Degree Program with fewer than 30 credits will be encouraged to take IBA 135, Returning Adult Student Seminar, prior to taking IBA 252.

356 The learning outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond to a knowledge and skill level appropriate to a 200- level course: By the end of the course students will be expected to ° Demonstrate an understanding of theories and dynamics related to power structures, political movements, and change processes ° Demonstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas ° Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coherently ° Develop critical thinking, analytical and research skills IBA courses both introduce Adult Degree Program students to a liberal arts education and prepare them to be successful in disciplinary study. Examples of current and past IBA courses in this area include: Media, Politics and Propaganda; The Craft of Political Action; Capit al Unchained Cinema - the Struggle for Human Rights in Film; The Art of Persuasion - . and Consequence - Business and Its Effect on Race, Gender and Family April 1 Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: , 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.5 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. : TO: FROM Adult Degree Program Departm Adult Degree Program Departm ent(s) ent(s) Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate ] [ ory ] Compensat [ ] Regular [X Academi ] [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ Academi c Level ] Remedial [ Developmental c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Individualized Study Subject Individualized Study

357 Area Area 153 Course IBA IBA Course 253 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course in Artistic and Literary nterdisciplinary Studies in I Artistic and Literary Course Interdisciplinary Studies Expression Expression Title Title Descripti Introduction to various forms of artistic and Introduction to various forms of artistic and Descripti xpression. literary e on on literary expression. Note: IBA courses are designed to introduce Adult Degree students NA Pre/ Co to a liberal arts education and support their Requisit tra nsition into advanced disciplinary studies. es Pre/ Co NA Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Requisit topic) es 3 Hours 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different Credits ] No ] Yes X [ Liberal [ topic) Arts Hours 3 Course NA Liberal X] Yes [ ] No [ Attribute Arts (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, etc) Writing Intensiv General __X _ Not Applicable e, WAC, _ Requi ___ Educatio red etc) ____ English Composition n General Not Applicable X__ _ Compon ____ Mathematics ____ Required Educatio ent _ ___ Science n ____ English Composition Compon ____ Mathematics __ _ _ Flexible

358 e __ _ Science _ ____ World Cultures nt ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Flexible ___ Creative Expression ____ World Cultures _ ____ Individual and Society ____ US Experience in its Scientific World _ _ __ Diversity __ __ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and syllabi from recent sections of t his course have been examined. In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advisory Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 200- level courses at Lehman. When this course was first introduced, most Adult Degree s tudents were beginning the program with few if any prior college credits, for which reason it was necessary to teach the course at a 100- level in order to account for gaps in students’ knowledge and skil ls. Today, the large majority of ADP students enter Lehman as transfer students with 30 or more credits, and as a result it makes sense to offer this course at a higher level. At the same time, the course provides important supplemental support that is appropriate for students who have been out of college for several years, as well as providing a cohort experience for entering students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course provides students with multiple perspectives that will better enable them to select a major that will best fit their interests, and also enables students to contribute their previous learning in a variety of disciplines. Students who enter the Adult Degree Program with fewer than 30 credits will be encouraged to take IBA 135, Returning Adult Student Seminar, prior to taking IBA 253. The learning outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond to a knowledge and skill level level course: appropriate to a 200- By the end of the course students will be expected to): ° Demonstrate familiarity with a variety of for ms of artistic and literary expression ° Demonstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas

359 ° Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coherently ° Develop critical thinking, analytical and research skills IBA courses both introduce A dult Degree Program students to a liberal arts education and prepare them to be successful in disciplinary study. Examples of current and past IBA courses in this area include: Science Fiction, Fantasy and Video; ural Values and Mores Depicted through Dance and Music; Images of Self - The Poetry of the American Song Lyric; Cult Memoir and Autobiography; The Language of Love - the Poetry of Longing and Desire; Cultural Identities Reflected in the - The Power and Sexuality in Urban Cinema. Sin Performing Arts; The Historical Fascination with Fear; Concrete April 1 Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: , 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV. 6 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. FROM: TO: Adu lt Degree Program Departm Adult Degree Program Departm ent(s) ent(s) [X] Undergraduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [ ] Graduate ] Graduate [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular Academi [X Academi ] [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Remedial Developmental c Level Developmental c Level [ ] Remedial [ Individualized Study Individualized Study Subject Subject Are Area a Course Course 154 IBA 254 IBA Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Science Literacy in Interdisciplinary Studies Science Literacy in Course Course Interdisciplinary Studies Title Title

360 Descripti Introduction to issues related to science Introduction to issues related to science Descripti Note: IBA courses are designed to on literacy. on literacy. introduce Adult Degree students to a liberal NA Pre/ Co arts education and support their transition into Requisit advanced disciplinary studies. es NA Pre/ Co ent Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a differ Re quisit topic) es 3 Hours Credits 3 (may be repeated for credit with a different [ Liberal [ ] Yes ] No X topic) Arts Hours 3 Course NA ] No [ Liberal [ X] Yes Attribute Arts (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, Writing etc) Intensiv __X General _ Not Applicable e, WAC, _ Required ___ Educatio etc) n ____ English Composition General X__ Not Applicable _ ____ Mathematics Compon Educatio ____ Required ___ Science ent _ sh Composition ____ Engli n Compon ____ Mathematics _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ___ Science _ ent ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures ___ Creative Expression _ ____ US Experience in its ____ Individual and Society __ Diversity _ _ Scientifi c World

361 __ ion __ Creative Express ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and ned. In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advis ory syllabi from recent sections of this course have been exami level courses at Lehman. When this Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 200- course was first introduced, most Adult Degree students were beginning the program with few if any prior college credits, for which reason it was necessary to teach the course at a 100- level in order to account for gaps in s tudents’ knowledge and skills. Today, the large majority of ADP students enter Lehman as transfer students with 30 or more credits, and as a result it makes sense to o ffer this course at a higher level. At the same time, the course provides important supplemental support that is appropriate for students who have been out of college for several years, as well as providing a cohort experience for entering students. The interdisciplinary nature of the course provides students with multiple perspectives eir that will better enable them to select a major that will best fit their interests, and also enables students to contribute th . Students who enter the Adult Degree Program with fewer than 30 credits will previous learning in a variety of disciplines be encouraged to take IBA 135, Returning Adult Student Seminar, prior to taking IBA 254. The learning outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond t o a knowledge and skill level appropriate to a 200- level course: By the end of the course students will be expected to): ° Demonstrate an understanding of scientific concepts, theories and issues and the role of science in society and personal life ° De monstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas ° Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coherently ° Develop critical thinking, analytical and research skills IBA courses both introduce Adult Degree Program students to a liberal ar ts education and prepare them to be successful

362 in disciplinary study. Examples of current and past IBA courses in this area include: Principles of Biomedical Ethics; Food, the World of Medicine. Dilemmas in - What's the Connection; The Right Medicine - Health and the Environment Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: April 1 , 2018 September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV. 7 The following course changes are proposed from the Adult Degree Program. FROM: TO: Adult Degree Program Departm Adult Degree Program Departm ent(s) ent(s) Caree r ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X Academi Academi [ [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Developmental [ c Level ] Remedial Individualized Study Individualized Study Subject Subject Area Area Course 60 60 1 Course 3 IBA IBA Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Prior Learning Assessment: Portfolio Prior Learning Assessment: Portfolio Course Title Development Title Development Descripti Descripti An exploration of how to create a detailed An exploration of how to create a detailed on on autobiography that documents the knowledge, autobiography that documents the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained outside the skills, and abilities gained outside the classroom which may be eligible for academic classroom which may be eligible for academic cred it. credit. NA Pre/ Co Pre/ Co NA

363 Requisit Requisit es es (may be repeated for credit w ith a different 3 Credits Credits 3 topic) 3 Hours Hours 3 ] No [ Liberal ] Yes X [ ] No Arts [ [ X] Yes Liberal Arts NA Course Attribute Course NA Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) __X General _ Not Applicable Not Applicable X__ _ _ Required ___ Educatio General Educatio ____ Required ____ English Composition n n ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Compon Compon _ ____ Mathematics ent ___ Science ent _ ___ Science _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its ____ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression _ Diversity iety ____ Individual and Soc __ Creative Expression __ __ _ Scientific World _ ____ Individual and Society __ Scientific World __ Rationale:

364 As part of a more general assessment of the Adult Degree Program, the teaching of this course has been observed and syllabi from recent sections of t In the judgment of the Adult Degree Program Advisory his course have been examined. level courses at Lehman. The course is Board, this course is presently taught at a level that is comparable to other 300- limited to students who have a minimum of 70 credits (of which 12 need to be at Lehman). outcomes will remain the same, with the expectation that these correspond to a knowledge and skill level The learning level course: appropriate to a 300- By the end of the course students will be expected to: Demonstrate an understanding of the Prior Learning Assessm ent Portfolio Process o Identify the knowledge, skills and abilities gained outside of a traditional classroom and correlate these to appropriate o academic subjects o Understand and apply learning theories o Demonstrate the ability to formulate their own ideas Express themselves verbally and in writing, clearly and coherently o Develop critical thinking, analytical and research skills o Date of Adult Degree Program Approval: April 1 , 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.8 s are proposed from the Departments of Africana Studies and Women’s Studies. The following course change FROM: TO: Africana Studies and Women’s Studies Departm Departm Africana Studies and Women’s Studies ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate

365 ] Academi ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] [X [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X Academi ] Remedial [ Developmental Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level c Level Africana Studies and Women’s Studies Subject Subject Africana Studies and Women’s Studies Area Area 8 AAS (WST) 22 AAS (WST) 228 Course Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Family African American The Course Course African American Families Title Title A course examining the African Diversity of African American families from Descripti Descripti - American enslavement to the present through the lens of on on family from slavery to the present. The family race, class, gender and the impact on social organization arising from the social structure of structures and institutions. - slavery. Current characteristics of the African American family and possible suggestions for Pre/ Co NA the improvement of the social structure of Requisit African - American families. es NA Pre/ Co 3 Credits Requisit 3 Hours es ] No ] Yes X [ Liberal [ Credits 3 Arts 3 Hours NA Course l Libera [ X] Yes [ ] No Attribute Arts (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, etc) Writing Intensiv General _ Not Applicable ___ e, WAC, ___ _ Required Educatio etc) n ____ English Composition

366 General Compon ____ Mathematics _ _ __ Not Applicable Educatio ____ Required ent ___ Science _ ____ English Composition n ble __ Flexi _X Compon ____ Mathematics ____ World Cultures ent ___ Science _ X__ US Experience in its _ __ Flexible _X Diversity __ World Cultures __ _ ___ Creative Expression _X __ US Experience in its ____ Individual and Society Diversity __ _ _ Scientific World __ Creative Expression __ ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: The original course title, The African American Family is dated and implies that the black family is a monolith institution. It does not take into account the multiplicity of structures within black families. The proposed course title, Afric an American Families considers the plurality of this institution. The course description has been revised to better represent the course themes and content. Pathways learning objectives are not affected by these changes. s of Africana St udies and Women’s Studies Approval: Date of Department , 2018 May 4 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.9 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Health Sciences Departm Depart m Health Sciences

367 ent(s) ent(s) [ ] Graduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [X] Undergraduate Academi [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X ] Academi ] [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ c Level ] Remedial c Level [ Developmental Developmental [ ] Remedial Health Education and Promotion Health Education and Promotion Subject Subject Area Area Course Course HEA 267 HEA 267 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course vior and Health Human Beha Human Behavior and Health Course Title Title Psychological, social, and cultural Psychological, social, and Descripti cultural Descripti determinants of health behavior, implications determinants of health behavior, implications on on for educators in school and community for educators in school and community settings, and conditions and phenomena that settings, and conditions and phenomena that affect acceptance of health information. affect acceptance of health information. , or Departmental N PSY 166 , SOC 166 Pre/ Co Pre/ Co A permission. Requisit Requisit es es 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Hours Hours 3 ] No Liberal [ ] Yes [X ] No [X Liberal ] Yes [ Arts Arts Course NA Course NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc)

368 General General _ X __ Not Applicable _X _ _ Not Applicable _ Required ___ ____ Required Educatio Educatio ____ English Composition n n ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Mathematics Compon _ ent ent ___ Scienc e ___ Science _ ___ ____ Flexible _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures _ ___ US Experience in its __ US Experience in its __ Diversity Diversity ___ Creative Expression _ __ __ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society __ ____ Scientific World _ _ Scient ific World Rationale: -level course. No prerequisites are necessary to prepare students to take this 200 Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Health Sciences Department September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV.10 The following course changes a re proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. TO: FROM: Departm Departm Health Sciences Health Sciences ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate

369 Academi [X [ ] Compensatory [ ] Academi ] Regular [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Remedial [ Developmental ] Remedial [ c Level Developmental c Level Subject n and Promotion Subject Health Education and Promotion Health Educatio Area Area Course HEA 303 Course HEA 303 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Safety Education, Accident Prevention, and Course Safety Education, Accident Prevention, and Title First Aid First Aid Title Principles of safe living; theory and practice of Principles of safe living; theory and practice of Descripti Descripti on of on first aid procedures. Satisfactory completion first - aid procedures. Satisfactory completion of this course will result in the awarding of the this course will result in th e awarding of the . American Red Cross First Aid Certificate or American Red Cross First Aid Certificate the American Heart Association Heartsaver Pre/ Co NA Certificate. Requisit es NA Pre/ Co Requisit 2 Credits es Hours 2 Credits 2 [ ] Yes Liberal [X ] No 2 Hours Arts ] Yes [X [ ] No Liberal Course NA Arts Attribute Course NA (e.g. Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensiv Writ ing e, WAC, etc) Intensiv e, WAC, Not Applicable General _ X__ etc) ____ Required Educatio ____ English Composition n General _X_ _ Not Applicable

370 Compon ____ Mathematics _ Required _ __ Educatio ____ English Composition n _ ___ Science ent ____ Mathematics Compon _ ____ Flexible ___ Science ent ____ World Cultures __ __ US Experience in its _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures Diversity _ ___ US Experience in its __ Creative Expression __ Diversity ____ Individual and Society ___ Creative Expression _ ____ Scientific World ____ Individual and Society __ _ Scientific World _ Rationale: The American Heart Association and the American Red Cross have partnered to develop guidelines for first aid since 2005. The two agencies jointly co- authored and released the 2015 Guidelines Update for First Aid. The course description should reflect the American Heart Association’s leading role in guideline d evelopment. Examination and Heartsaver certification by the American Heart Association should be accepted as appropriate completion of the HEA 303 course. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.11 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Health Sciences Departm Departm Health Sciences ent(s) ent(s)

371 Career [ ] Graduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [X] Undergraduate Academi ] ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X Academi [ [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory Developmental ] Remedial c Level c Level Developmental ] Remedial [ [ Subject Subject Health Education and Promotion Health Education and Promotion Area Area Course Course 4 HEA 30 HEA 304 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Basic Course CPR/AED Basic Life Support Title Title Life Support Descripti Instruction in the principles and skills of Descripti Instruction in the principles and skills of on recognizing cardiac arrest and administering on emergency first aid for respiratory fai lure and emergency care through CPR/AED. cardiac arrest in victims of all ages. Mouth- to- mouth breathing, CPR, and care for an Satisfactory completion of this course will obstructed airway. Upon satisfactory result in the awarding of the Ameri can Red completion of this course, students will receive Cross Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED American Red Cross certification in basic life Certificate or the American Heart Association support. Heartsaver Certificate. Pre/ Co Pre/ Co NA NA Requisit Requisit es es Credits 1 Credits 1 1 Hours Hours 1 [X ] No Liberal ] No [X [ ] Yes Liberal [ ] Yes Arts Arts Course NA Course NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv

372 e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) Not Applicable General General _ X__ _X_ _ Not Applicable ___ _ Required Educatio ____ Required Educatio n n ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Mathematics Compon ent _ ___ Sci ence ___ Science _ ent ____ Flexible ___ _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures __ US Experience in its __ _ ___ US Experience in its Diversity Diversity _ __ Creative Expression __ ___ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society _ entific World ____ Sci __ _ Scientific World Rationale: Every 5 years, international organizations and experts in first aid CPR and Emergency Cardiac Care (ECC) evaluate the latest evidence to determine treatment recommendations that will lead to better outcomes. The process is led by the . AHA is the ILCOR member organization in the US. AHA International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) devel ops the CPR and ECC Guidelines. Examination and Heartsaver certification by the American Heart Association should be accepted as appropriate completion of the HEA 304 course. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Senate App September 5, 2018 roval: AV.12 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences.

373 FROM: TO: Health Sciences Departm Departm Health Sciences ent(s) ent(s) [ [X] Undergraduate [X] Undergraduate Career [ ] Graduate Career ] Graduate [X Academi Academi [ [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Compensatory ] [ ] ] Regular ] Remedial [ Developmental Developmental c Level [ ] Remedial c Level Health Education and Promotion Subject Subject Health Education and Promotion Area Area Course Course HEA 400 HEA 400 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Course Program Planning and Evaluation Program Planning and Evaluation Title Title Descripti Identification and analysis of the processes of Identification and analysis of the processes of Descripti on and on planning and evaluating health educati on planning and evaluating health education and promotion programs. Examination of programs programs promotion programs. Examination of in schools, community health agencies, clinical in schools, community health agencies, clinical facilities, and worksite/industrial settings. facilities, and worksite/industrial settings. HEA 267; Pre/ Co Pre/ Co plus 2 HEA courses at 300 level. , HEA 267 HEA 249; HEA 300 or HEA 320; level HEA course; one additional 300- Requisit Requisit departmental permission es es Credits 3 For students majoring in Public Health: HEA 3 Hours 267; HSD 306; PHE 304 or HEA 300; [X ] No Liberal [ ] Yes departmental permission Arts Credits 3 NA Course Hours 3 Attribute Liberal ] No [ ] Yes [X (e.g. Arts Writing

374 Intensiv Course NA e, WAC, Attribute etc) (e.g. Writing X__ Not Applicable General _ Intensiv Educatio ____ Required e, WAC, n _ ___ English Composition etc) Compon ____ Mathematics _ ___ Science _ Not Applicable _X_ General ent Educatio ___ _ Required ____ English Composition n ____ Flexible Compon ____ World Cultures ____ Mathematics __ US Experience in its __ ent ___ Science _ Diversity __ __ Creativ e Expression ___ _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World _ ___ US Experience in its Diversity _ ___ Creative E xpression ____ Individual and Society __ _ _ Scientific World Rationale: The new pre- requisites, including departmental permission, will ensure that HEA and PHE student majors are adequately prepared (and are far enough along in their individual curricular programs) to take HEA 400 which is a senior -level program planning course. Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Health Sciences Department Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.13

375 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. TO: FROM: Health Sciences Departm Departm Health Sciences ent(s) ent(s) [X] Undergraduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [ ] Graduate [ Academi [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular X ] Academi ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X c Level [ Developmental ] Remedial ] Remedial [ Developmental c Level Subject Health Education and Promotion Subject Health Education and Promot ion Area Area Course Course HEA 437 HEA 437 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Strategies in Community Health and Nutrition Course Course Strategies in Community Health and Nutrition Education Title Title Education utritional needs Descripti Assessment of health and n Assessment of health and nutritional needs Descripti within a multicultural context. Identification, on within a multicultural context. Identification, on selection, and implementation of strategies for selection, and implementation of strategies for dissemination of health and nutrition dissemination of health and nutrition information into the community, focusing on information into the community, focusing on individuals with special needs. individuals with special needs. - HEA 249; two 300 Pre/ Co level HEA HEA 267; HE A 400 Pre/ Co or satisfactory completion of 18 Requisit courses. HEA Option II majors may take DFN credits in Health Education and Promotion or Requisit es 437 instead of HEA 437. Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition, or permission es of the instructor. Credits 3 Credits 3 Hours 3 3 Hours ] No [X ] Yes [ Liberal Arts [X ] Yes [ Liberal ] No

376 Arts NA Course Attribute NA Course (e.g. Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensiv Writing e, WAC, Intensiv etc) e, WAC, General et _ Not Applicable _X_ c) _ Required Educatio ___ _ General Not Applicable X__ n ____ English Composition Educatio ____ Required ____ Mathematics Compon n ____ English Composition ___ Science ent _ Compon ____ Mathematics ___ Science ent _ _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ Flexible _ ___ US Experience in its ____ World Cultures Diversity __ __ US Expe rience in its ___ Creative Expression _ Diversity ____ Individual and Society __ Creative Expression __ _ _ __ Scientific World ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: • The current pre- requisites were based on curriculum that is now outdated. HEA 400 does not need to be taken before HEA 437 to ensure t hat learning objectives are met in HEA 437. The new prerequisites ensure that students are adequately prepared (and are far enough along in their individual curricular programs) to take HEA 437, a senior -level course for the HEA major. • DFN 437 (Nutrition Education and Counseling) is similar enough in content to HEA 437 whereby students majoring in HEA Option II (Community Health and Nutrition) can have the option of either course to satisfy the major requirement for disseminating health and nutrition educ ation.

377 2018 April 25, Approval: Date of Health Sciences Department September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV.14 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Health Sciences Departm Departm Health Sciences ent(s) ent(s) Career [X ] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [ ] Compensatory ] Regular [ ] Regular [ [X ] Compensatory [ ] Academi ] [X Academi ] Remedial [ Developmental c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Subject Health Education and Promotion Subject Health Education and Promotion Area Area Course HEA 440 Course HEA 440 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Sem inar in Community Health Seminar in Community Health Course Course Title Title A study of the factors involved in the Descripti Descripti A s tudy of the factors involved in the on on development, organization, administration, and development, organization, administration, and supervision of health education programs supervision of health education programs within the various types of community health within the various types of community health agencies. agencies. Prerequisite: HEA 400 Pre/ Co Pre/ Co and HEA 437 Prerequisite: HE A 400 Requisit -Requisite: HEA 470 -Requisite: HEA 470 Co Requisit Co es es

378 Credits 2 2 Credits 2 Hours H ours 2 [X ] No [X ] No ] Yes [ Liberal Liberal [ ] Yes Arts Arts NA NA Course Course Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) _ Not Applicable _X_ General _ Not Applicable General X__ Educatio _ Required ___ ____ Required Educatio ____ English Composition ____ English Composition n n ____ Mathematics Compon Compon ____ Mathematics ent ent ___ Science ___ Science _ _ le ____ Flexib ___ _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its __ _ __ US Experience in its Diversity Diversity __ Creative Expression ___ Creative Expression _ __ ____ Individual and Society ____ Indivi dual and Society ____ Scientific World __ _ _ Scientific World Rationale: It is important for students to be equipped with community health and nutrition teaching and learning strategies taught in this 400- level course before entering their seminar (HEA 440) and fieldwork (HEA 470).

379 Date of Health Sciences Department April 25, 2018 Approval: Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.15 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: Health Sciences Health Scien ces Departm Departm ent(s) ent(s) [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate [X ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [ [ ] Academi ] [ Academi [X ] Regular ] Compensatory c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial ] Remedial c Level Developmental [ Subject Subject Health Ed ucation and Promotion Health Education and Promotion Area Area HEA 470 Course HEA 470 Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number I Internship in Community Health Course Internship in Community Health I Course Title Title - per - week field placement. - the - Supervised placement and on Descripti Descripti job Two - day on community health training in public, private, or on Supervised placement and conferences in -job the voluntary agency setting. community health agencies. On- training in a public, private, voluntary, or te: HEA 400 Pre/ Co ; HEA 437; Prerequisi professional health agency. Requisit Departmental permission. Departmental permission. With Pre/ Co HEA 400 and es Requisite: HEA 440 - Program Director's approval, students Co Requisit es currently employed or with related experience 4 Credits in the field of health education may take HEA Hours 4

380 493 as a replacement for HEA 470. Liberal [ ] Yes [X ] No Arts - Requisite: HEA 440 Co Course NA 4 Attribute Credits (e.g. Hours 4 Writing [ ] No ] Yes [X Liberal Intensiv Arts e, WAC, NA Course etc) Attribute General _ Not Applicable _X_ (e.g. ___ Educatio _ Required Writing ___ English Composition _ n Intensiv ____ Mathematics Compon e, WAC, ent ___ Science _ etc) Not Applicable X__ _ General _ Flexible ___ ____ Required Educatio ____ World Cultures n position ____ English Com ___ US Experience in its _ ____ Mathematics Compon Diversity ent ___ Science _ _ e Expression ___ Creativ ____ Individual and Society ____ Flexible Scientific World _ _ __ ____ World Cultures __ __ US Experience in its Diversity __ __ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale:

381 • The course description has been updated to reflect 1) that students’ completion of the internship does not necessarily reflect two days per week, and 2) mor e succinct wording that is preferred for College Bulletin course descriptions. It is important for students to be equipped with community health and nutrition teaching and learning strategies • taught in HEA 437 as well as HEA 400 before entering their fieldwork experience (HEA 470). Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.16 partment of Philosophy and Disability Studies Steering The following course changes are proposed from the De e. Committe FROM: TO: Philosophy Philosophy Departm Departm ent(s) ent(s) Career ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduat e [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Regular [X ] Academi [X Academi ] Remedial [ Developmental c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Subject Subject Disability Studies Disability Studies Area Area Course DST DST 311 Course 220 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course al Scientific Perspectives on Health and Soci Course Social Scientific Perspectives on Health and Title Disability Disability Title Descripti ive social science methods to Descripti Use of quantitat Use of quantitative social science methods to on on understand health and disability. Topics understand health and disability. Topics

382 include definitions of health and disability, include definitions of health and disability, demographic information on health and demographic information on health and disability, library research, development of disability, library research, development of hypotheses, primary data analysis, and hypotheses, primary data analysis, and interpretations of research findings on health f research findings on health interpretations o and disability. Extensive use of computers. and disability. Extensive use of computers. SOC 166 or DST 200 or any 200 Pre/ Co NA level Pre/ Co - Requisit Requisit Sociology course es es 4 Credits Credits 4 4 Hours Hours 4 [ ] No [ ] No [ ] Yes [X Liberal Liberal ] Yes X Arts Arts Course NA Course NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) _X_ General Not Applicable X__ _ General _ Not Applicable ___ ____ Required Educatio _ Required Educatio ____ English Composition ____ English Composition n n Compon ____ Mathematics ____ Mathematics Compon ent ent ___ Science _ _ ___ Science ____ Flexible ___ _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures __ US Experience in its e in its ___ US Experienc __ _ Diversity Diversity

383 __ __ Creative Expression _ Creative Expression __ _ ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society Scientific World __ _ ____ Scientific World _ Rationale: level cour level course to a 300- se to mirror the change made to the Disability Studies 220 is being changed from a 200- “sister” course in Sociology, which was recently changed from 220 to 331.The course has evolved over the years with the nd the level of introduction of new material and new activities, which now make the course’s workload requirements a -level course. As such, students will also derive the most benefit from this course by like that of an upper critical thinking having taken a previous sociology or disability studies course. Department Da , 2018 Approval: March 7 te of Philosophy 2018 Date of Disability Studies Steering Committee Approval: March 30, Date of Senate Approval: September 5, 2018 AV.17 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Physics and Astronomy. FROM: TO: Physics and Astronomy Astronomy Depa Departm Physics and rtm ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career Career [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Academi Academi [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X ] [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Remedial c Level c Level [ Developmental [ ] Remedial Developmental Subject Physics Subject Physics Area Area PHY 166 Course Course PHY 166

384 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number General Physics I General Physics I Course Course Title Title Descripti based Physics: Customarily taken by - (Algebra pti Descri (Algebra - based P hysics: Customarily taken by premedical, preveterinary, and predental on on premedical, preveterinary, and predental . students.) Mechanics, heat, and sound students.) Mechanics, heat, and sound. PREREQ: Pre/ Co MAT 171 and MAT or MAT 172; Pre/ Co PREREQ: MAT 172 or satisfaction of Requisit requirements for placement into calculus I 103; Requisit or satisfaction of requirements for AT 175). placement into calculus I (M es (MAT 175). es Credits 5 Credits 5 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab) Hours Hours 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab ) Liberal ] No [ ] Yes [X [ X] Yes [ ] No Liberal Arts Arts NA Course NA Course Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) _ _ Not Applicable _ __ _ Not Applicable __ General General Educatio _ Required ___ Educatio ____ Required ____ English Composition n n ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Mathematics Compon _ X__ Science ent ent X__ Science _ _ Flexible ____ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures __ US Experience in its __ _ _ __ US Experience in its

385 Diversity Diversity ___ Creative Expression __ __ Creative Expression _ ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Soc iety __ Scientific World _ Scientific World _ _ _X X Rationale: Last fall the department made precalculus a prerequisite for PHY 166. Since then the math department has developed a on MAT 171 plus MAT 103, before new pre- calculus track which allows students to take either MAT 172, or the combinati starting calculus. This proposal updates the prerequisites for PHY 166 to accommodate students on the new precalculus track. te of Physics and Astronomy Department Approval: April 25 , 2018 Da Septem ber 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV.18 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Physics and Astronomy. TO: FROM: Physics and Astronomy Departm Departm Physics and Astronomy ent(s) ent(s) Career ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate [ ] Graduate Career [X] Undergraduate ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X Academi Academi ] [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ Developmental c Level ] Remedial ] Remedial [ c Level Developmental [ Subject Physics Subject Physics Area Area Course PHY 168 PHY 168 Course Prefix & Prefix &

386 Number Number Physics I for Scientists and Engineers for Scientists and Engineers Physics I Course Course Title Title Descripti based Physics: Designed for those - (Calculus based Physics: Designed for those Descripti (Calculus - on preparing for careers in the physical sciences preparing for careers in the physical sciences on and engineering.) Motion, Newton's laws, work and engineer ing.) Motion, Newton's laws, work and energy, mechanics of rigid bodies, and energy, mechanics of rigid bodies, elasticity, mechanics of fluids, temperature, elasticity, mechanics of fluids, temperature, heat, kinetic theory of matter, wave motion, heat, kinetic theory of matter, wave motion, and sound. and sound. Pre/ Co Pre/ Co PREREQ or COREQ: MAT 176. or departmental permission. MAT 175 Requisit Requisit es es 5 Credits Credits 5 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab) 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab) Hours Hours Liberal Liberal ] No [ ] Yes [X [ X] Yes [ ] No Arts Arts NA Course NA Course Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) _ ___ Not Applicable General General ___ _ Not Applicable ___ Educ atio _ Required ____ Required Educatio n n ____ English Composition ____ English Composition Compon ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Mathematics _ Science _ X_ ent ent _X __ Science

387 _ _ __ Flexible _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its __ __ US Experience in its _ Diversity Diversity ___ Creative Expression __ _ __ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society orld _X__ Scientific W X_ _ Scientific World _ Rationale: - Calculus I. The prerequisites are being changed to require better math preparation. The current prereq is MAT 175 Calculus II. This proposal However PHY 168 makes use of integration which is generally not covered until MAT 176 - makes MAT 176 a pre- or co -req for PHY 168 so that students encounter integration in a math course before they need it in physics. te of Physics and Astronomy Department Approval: April 25, 2018 Da September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV.19 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Physics and Astronomy. TO: FROM: Departm Physics and Astronomy Physics and Astronomy Departm ent(s) ent(s) Career ] Graduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ Academi ] ] [ ] Compensatory [ [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X ] Regular [X Academi Developmental c Level ] Remedial [ c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Physics Subject Physics

388 Area Area Course PHY 169 PHY 169 Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Physics II for Scientists and Engineers Physics II for Scientists and Engineers Course tle Title Ti based P - based P (Calculus Descripti - hysics: Designed for those hysics: Designed for those Descri pti (Calculus preparing for careers in the physical sciences preparing for careers in the physical sciences on on and engineering.) Electrostatics, and engineering.) Electrostatics, electrodynamics, geometrical and physical electrodynamics, geometrical and physical optics. optics. PREREQ or COREQ: Pre/ Co or departmental PR EREQ: PHY 168. Pre/ Co PHY 168 MAT 176, Requisit permission. MAT 226. Requisit es es Credits 5 5 Credits Hours 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab) Hours 6 (4 lecture, 2 lab) Liberal ] No [ ] No [ X] Yes [ ] Yes Liberal [X Arts Arts Course Course NA NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) _ _ Not Applicable ___ ___ General Not Applicable General Educatio Educatio ____ Required ___ _ Required n n ____ English Composition ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics Compon Compon ____ Mathematics ent _ X_ _ Science ent _X __ Science

389 ___ ____ Flexible _ Flexible ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures __ US Experience in its __ ___ US Experience in its _ Diversity Diversity __ Creative Expression __ ___ Creative Expression _ ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society _X_ _ Scientific World _ X_ _ Scientific World Rationale: Calculus II. The prerequisites are being changed to require better math preparation. The current math prereq is MAT 176 - Vector Calculus. This proposal However PHY 169 makes use of vector calculus which is not covered until MAT 226 - makes MAT 226 a pre- or co -req for PHY 169 so that students encounter vector calculus in a math course before they need it in physics. te of Physics and Astronomy Department Approval: Ap ril 25, 2018 Da September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval: AV. 20 The following course change is proposed from the Department of Psychology. TO: FROM: Departm Psychology Psychology Departm ent(s) ent(s) Career ] Graduate ] Graduate [ [X] Undergraduate Career [X] Undergraduate [ Academi ] ] [ ] Compensatory [ Compensatory ] [ ] Regular [X [ Academi ] Regular [X Developmental c Level ] Remedial [ c Level D evelopmental [ ] Remedial

390 Psychology Subject Psychology Subject Area Area 470 PSY PS 470 Course Y Course Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Practicum in Psychological Services Course Course Practicum in Psychological Services Title Title Supervised placement in one of a variety of Supervised placement in one of a variety of Descripti Descripti on on occupational settings in which the student may occupational settings in which the student may obtain firsthand experience in the provision of obtain firsthand experience in the provision of NOTE: psychological services to clients. psychological services to clients. Students are expected to spend a minimum of NA Pre/ Co 6 hours per week at the field placement. Requisit Pre/ Co PSY 166, PSY 234, 9 additional credits in es Requisit PSY, a minimum 2.7 overall GPA, and 2 Credits es . instructor’s permission 2 Hours Credits 3 ] Yes [ Liberal ] No [X 3 Hours Arts Liberal ] No [ ] Yes [X NA Course Arts Attribute (e.g. NA Course Attribute Writing (e.g. Intensiv Writing e, WAC, etc) Intensiv e, WAC, Not Applicable X__ _ General etc) ____ Required Educatio General _X__ Not Applicable ____ English Composition n Educatio ____ Required Compon ____ Mathematics ent n __ _ Science ____ English Composition _

391 tics ____ Mathema Compon ___ Science ____ Flexible _ ent ____ World Cultures ____ Flexible ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society Diversity ____ Scientific World ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Soc iety ____ Scientific World Rationale: These changes meet the college’s experiential learning objectives. The increase in credits and hours reflect the increased workload. Pre- reqs are added to ensure that students have the skills needed for field placements. Date of Psychology Department Approval: November 22, 2017 : February 7, 2018 Date of Senate Approval Graduate Curricula AV.21 The following course change is proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO: rtm Health Sciences Health Sciences Departm Depa ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate Career [ ] Undergraduate [X Career [ ] Undergraduate [X ] Graduate

392 Academi [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X Academi [ ] [X ] Regular c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Developmental ] Remedial [ ics, Foods, and Nutrition Dietetics, Foods, and Nutrition Dietet Subject Subject Area Area DFN 730 Course Course DFN 730 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Supervi Supervised Professional Practice sed Professional Practice Course Title Title Descripti (Course open only to those accepted into the Descripti (Course open only to those accepted into the Dietetic Internship.) Must be taken for three May be reelected for a Dietetic Internship. on on semesters for a maximum of 9 credits) .) A minimum of 400 . A maximum of 9 credits m of 400 hours of supervised hours of supervised professional practice at minimu approved health care and community sites. professional practice at approved health care ital and clinical and community sites, hosp Pre/ Co Co - requisite: DFN 731 settings and food service establishments. Requisit requisite: DFN 731 es Pre/ Co - Co Requisit Credits 3 es Hours Minimum of 400 hours 3 Credits ] No [ Liberal [X ] Yes 3 Hours Arts Liberal [ ] Yes [X ] No NA Course Arts Attribute (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. Writing e, WAC, etc) Intensiv e, WAC, Not Applicable X__ _ General etc) __ Required Educatio _ _

393 n General ____ English Composition _X__ Not Applicable ____ Required ____ Mathematics Compon Educatio _ ____ English Composition ___ Science ent n ____ Mathematics Compon _ ___ Science ____ Flexible ent ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its ____ Flexible ____ World Cultures Diversity ____ Creative Expression ____ US Experience in its ____ Individual and Society Diversity ____ Scientific World ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: The number of wor kload hours for DFN 730 needs to be increased to three workload hours per semester. The course is three credits and should be listed as three workload hours in CUNYfirst. In addition, there has been an increase in the number of required supervised practice hours from 900 to 1200 in the Dietetic Internship according to ACEND, the . The Dietetic Internship is assessed on preparing interns to Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics -level dietitian nutritionists and the workload reflects the coordination of a large number of clinical, become entry community, research and foodservice sites. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25, 2018 Date of Senate Approval : September 5, 2018 AV.22 The following course change is proposed from the Department of Health Sciences. FROM: TO:

394 Health Sciences Departm Health Sciences Departm ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [X [ ] Undergraduate Career Career [ ] Undergraduate [X ] Graduate ] Academi [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ Academi ] [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular [X [ Developmental c Level ] Remedial [ Developmental ] Remedial c Level Subject etics, Foods, and Nutrition Subject Dietetics, Foods, and Nutri tion Diet Area Area Course Course DFN 731 DFN 731 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course Concepts and Methods of Dietetics Practice Concepts and Methods of Dietetics Practice Course Title Title (Course open only to those accepted into Descripti (Course open only to those accepted into Descripti Dietetic Internship.) on on Dietetic Internship.) Examination of current concepts and methods Examination of current concepts and methods of dietetics practice to prepare students tice to prepare students for of dietetics prac for entry -level professional practice. Includes on- entry -level professional practice. Includes on- campus didactic activities, group discussions, campus didactic activities, group discussions, and the use of case studies to analyze and and the use of case studies to analyze and expand upon the fieldwork experience. expand upon the fieldwork experience. Completion of the Dietetic Internship requires Completion of the Dietetic Internship requires succe participation in the seminar for three ssful completion of the course for three semesters, to fulfil l competencies outlined by semesters. the Accreditation Council for Education in - Co requisite: DFN 730 Pre/ Co . Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) Requisit es - Pre/ Co Co requisite: DFN 730 Requisit 3 Credits es 3 Hours 3 Credits ] No ] Yes [ Liberal [X

395 Arts 3 Hours o ] N [X NA ] Yes [ Liberal Course Attribute Arts (e.g. NA Course Writing Attribute Intensiv (e.g. e, WAC, Writing etc) Intensiv e, WAC, Not Applicable General _ X__ ____ Required Educatio etc) h Composition n ____ Englis Not Applicable General _X__ Compon ____ Mathematics Educatio ____ Required ___ Science ent _ ____ English Composition n ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Flexible ent _ ___ Science ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its ____ Flexible Diversity ____ World Cultures ____ Creative Expressi on ____ US Experience in its ____ Individual and Society Diversity ____ Scientific World ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: The number of workload hours for DFN 731 needs to be increased to three workload hours in CUNYfirst to include additional didactic support for interns to prepare and study for the Registered Dietitian Exam. Although this course is listed in Lehman’s Graduate Bulletin as three credits, three hours, still CUNYfirst only has two workload hours listed. The workload hours provide the interns with the didactic support, professional development, self -assessment, and exam

396 review to pass the RD exam and meet the required ACEND s A goal of the mpetencies for the internship. tandards and co internship is to have interns pass the exam and become Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Date of Health Sciences Department Approval: April 25, 2018 : September 5, 2018 Date of Senate Approval 23 AV. The following course changes are proposed from the Department of History. TO: FROM: History Departm Departm History ent(s) ent(s) Career [X ] Graduate Career [ ] Undergraduate [X ] Graduate [ ] Undergraduate [ ] Compensatory ] Regular [ [ ] Regular ] Compensatory [ ] Academi [X ] Academi [X ] Remedial [ evelopmental D c Level Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Subject Subject History (United States) History (United States) Area Area HIS HIW 748/ Course Course HIW 748 741 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Western World in the Western World in the Course Europe and the Non Course - Europe and the Non - Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Title Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries Title Descripti Descripti (Not open to students who have taken HIW (Not open to students who have taken HIW on on 348). Imperialism and colonialism in Africa and 348). Imper ialism and colonialism in Africa and Asia, the growth of nationalism, Asia, the growth of nationalism, decolonization, revolution, independence, and decolonization, revolution, independence, and globalization. globalization. NA Pre/ Co Pre/ Co NA

397 Requisit Requisit es es 3 Credits Credits 3 3 Hours Hours 3 ] No ] Yes [ ] Yes [X X Liberal [ [ ] No Liberal Arts Arts Course NA Course NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) General __X _ Not Applicable General _ X__ Not Applicable Educatio ___ _ Required ____ Required Educatio n ____ English Composition ____ English Composition n ____ Mathematics Compon ____ Mathematics Compon _ ent ___ Science _ ___ Science ent _ Flexible ____ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures perience in its ____ US Ex ____ US Experience in its Diversity Diversity ___ Creative Expression __ Creative Expression __ _ ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society __ ____ Scientific World _ _ Scientific World Rationale: Cross -listing HIW 748/HIS 741 was never approved by department and should b e removed.

398 14, 2018 March Date of History Department Approval: Date of Senate Approval : May 9, 2018 24 AV. The following course change is proposed from the Department of Speech- -Hearing Sciences. Language TO: FROM: Hearing Sciences Language Heari ng Sciences - Departm Departm - - Language - Speech Speech ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [X [ ] Undergraduate Career Career [X ] Graduate [ ] Undergraduate Academi Academi [ [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] Regular ] ] Compensatory [ ] [X ] Remedial [ Developmental c Level Developmental [ c Level ] Remedial Subject Speech Language Pathology Speech Language Pathology Subject Area Area Course SPE Course 701 SPE 701 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Professional Course - Course Issues in Speech Seminar in Professional Aff airs and Ethical Title Language Pathology Title Descripti ues surrounding iss Descripti and ethical Professional Professional issues surrounding the practice on - on the practice of speech- language pathology. of speech language pathology . and audiology Topics include e thics, preparation for the Pre/ Co NA workforce, workplace issues, and billing and Requisit reimbursement. es Pre/ Co NA Credits 1 Requisit Hours 1 es ] Yes [X ] No Liberal [

399 Arts Credits 1 Course Hours NA 2 Attribute [ Liberal ] No [X ] Yes (e.g. Arts Writing Course NA Intensiv Attribut e e, WAC, (e.g. etc) Writing Not Applicable General X__ _ Intensiv tio Educa ____ Required e, WAC, ____ English Composition n etc) Compon ____ Mathematics General Not Applicable _X__ _ ent ___ Science ____ Required Educatio ____ English Composition n ____ Flexible ____ Mathematics Compon ____ World Cultures ent _ ___ Science ____ US Experience in its Diversity ____ Flexible ____ Creative Expression ____ World Cultures ____ Individual and Society ____ US Experience in its ____ Scientific World Diversity ____ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Scientific World Rationale: This course currently covers professional development, workplace issues in the field of Speech- Language Pathology, with an emphasis on ethical conduct. More time is required to cover these topics, as the field has continued to expand, and professional issues vary in the different setting s that speech- language pathologists work. In addition, the American

400 Speech- Hearing Association has asked accredited programs to provide evidence that students are introduced Language- to billing issues, codes, etc. Alumni also expressed the value in having billing and reimbursement covered in one of our to provide more in- class time to cover the content. The amount of teaching time is being increased to 2 hours courses. -Hearing Sciences Department Approval -Language November 17, 2017 Date of Speech : Date o f Senate Approval : February 7, 2018 AV. 25 The following course changes are proposed from the Department of Speech- -Hearing Sciences. Language TO: FROM: - Speech - Hearing Sciences Departm Speech Language Language - Hearing Sciences Departm - ent(s) ent(s) ] Graduate [X [ ] Undergraduate Career ] Graduate [ X [ ] Undergraduate Career [ ] Regular [X Academi Academi [ [X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ ] ] ] Compensatory Developmental [ ] Remedial c Level Developmental [ c Level ] Remedial Subject Speech Language Pathology Speech Language Pathology Subject Area Area SPE 71 9 Course Course 9 SPE 71 Prefix & Prefix & Number Number Course - Language Course Language - Audiology for the Speech Audiology for the Speech Title Pathologist Title Pathologist Audiological assessment and (re) habilitation of Audiological assessment and (re)habilitation of Descripti Descripti on on ldren and adults with hearing loss for the chi children and adults with hearing loss for the speech--language pathologist. Course content speech--language pathologist. Course content includes auditory skills development, includes auditory skills development, communication and listening skills impacted by communication and listening skills impacted by

401 hearing loss, auditory processing disorders, hearing loss, auditory processing disorders, hearing screening across the lifespan and hearing screening across the lifespan and sound enhancement systems. Students will sound enhancement systems. Students will learn to conduct hearing screenings. learn to conduct hearing screenings. NA NA Pre/ Co Pre/ Co Requisit Requisit es es Credits 4 4 Credits Hours 4 5 Hours ] No [X Liberal [ ] Yes [ Liberal ] No [X ] Yes Arts Arts Course NA Course NA Attribute Attribute (e.g. (e.g. Writing Writing Intensiv Intensiv e, WAC, e, WAC, etc) etc) X__ Not Applicable General _ _ Not App __X licable General Educatio ____ Required Educatio _ Required ___ ____ English Composition n ____ English Composition n ____ Mathematics Com pon ____ Mathematics Compon _ ent ___ Science _ ent ___ Science ____ Flexible _ Flexible ___ ____ World Cultures ____ World Cultures ____ US Experience in its ____ US Experience in its Diversity Diversity __ __ Creative Expression _ ___ Creative Expression ____ Individual and Society ____ Individual and Society

402 Scientific World __ _ _ ____ Scientific World Rationale: The change in the number of hours will enhance training of graduate students in hearing screenings and hearing conservation and will provide adequate time for students to have hands -on experience with hearing screenings, hearing testing, and aural rehabilitation in the Bronx schools, in- house clinic, and medical facilities associated with Lehman. These enhanced clinical experiences will also contribute towards their 400 clinical hours required for certification with the American -Speech- Language -Hearing Association, as well as state license. Date of Speech -Language -Hearing Sciences Department Approval: February 9, 2018 Date o f Senate Approval : May 9, 2018

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404 New York City College of Technology Chancellor’s University Report – Part A: Academic Matters Section AI: Special Actions Articulation Agreement for the NYCCT BFA in Communication Design with KBCC AS in Graphic Deisgn and Al.1 Illustration Code: 21403 Program Effective Date: Fall 2018 SENDING AND RECEIVING INSTITUTIONS A. Sending Institution: Kingsborough Community College Department: Art Program: Graphic Design and Illustration Degree: Associate in Science (AS) Re New York City College of Technology ceiving Institution: Department of Communication Design Department: Program: Communication Design Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) B. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAM Admission The A.S. degree and a minimum GPA of 2.00 • • Grade of C or better in a credit -bearing mathematics course worth three or more credits* • Grade of C or better in freshman composition, its equivalent, or a higher -level English course* *(Effective 10/1/08, per University policy)

405 Stu dents who wish to transfer but do not meet all of the above requirements or are unable to enroll within two years after graduation will receive admission consideration under our standard transfer credit policies. Total transfer credits granted toward the baccalaureate degree: 60 Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete baccalaureate degree: 60 Total credits required for the BFA in Communication Design: 120 TRANSFER CREDIT AWARDED (60 credits) C. Credits Required Common Core 12 ENG 1200 /3cr ENG 2400 /3cr Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning /3cr Life and Physical Sciences /3 or 4 cr Credits Flexible Common Core When Flexible Core courses are specified for a category, they are strongly suggested 18 and/or required for the major One course from each Group A to E. and one (1) additional course from any group A. World Cultures and Global Issues Designated Course (Suggested: ART 3300 – Survey of Art History: From Ancient to Renaissance Art (3 crs.) or Suggested: ART 3400 – Survey of Art History: Renaissance to 19th Century Art (3 crs.) B. U.S. Experience in its Diversity Designated Course C. Creative Expression Designated Course (Suggested: ART 3500 – Modern Art: From 1880 to 1945 (3 crs.) or Suggested: ART 3600 – Moder n Art: From 1945 to Present (3 crs.) D. Individual and Society Designated Course

406 E. Scientific World Designated Course Courses in the Discipline Credits 30 ART 05500 Design I / 3cr ART 05700 Drawing I /3 cr ART 06800 Illustration / 3 cr ART 07400 E xperimental Typography/ 3 cr ART 04300 Digital Illustration / 3 cr ART 04600 Photoshop as a Design Tool / 3cr ART 07500 Intro to Graphic Design and Advertising /3 cr ART 09600 The Art of Animation /3 cr ART 06900 Illustration Style /3 cr or Digital Publication Design /3 or ART 04800 The Art of 3D Animation/3 ART 7300 cr cr Art elective /3 cr ART 04900 The Art of Storyboarding or /3 cr SENIOR COLLEGE UPPER DIVISION COURSES REMAINING FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREE (60 credits) D. GENERAL EDUCATION: Col lege Option Requirement Credits 6 One Speech class (COM 1330 or higher) if not already taken (if already taken • then an advanced liberal arts course One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course • Writing Intensive Requirement City College of Technology Students at New York must complete two courses designated Writing Intensive (WI) for the associate level, one from General Education and one from the major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from General Education and one from the major.

407 Program Specific Coursework 48 COMD 2320 Intro to Video (must complete first semester at Citytech) /3 cr COMD 2400 Communication Design II (must complete first semester at Citytech) /3 cr t complete first semester at Citytech) /3 cr COMD 2451 Web Design I (mus COMD 3504 Design Theory /3 cr ANY four SKILL courses (from list) (12 credits) ANY three STRATEGY courses (from list) (9 credits) COMD3701 Design Studio /3 cr COMD 4701 Design Team 3 cr COMD 4801 Por tfolio /3 cr COMD 4830 Senior Project /3 cr COMD 4900 (WI) Internship / 3 cr 6 COMD additional elective credits to reach 120 credits E. Articulation Agreement Follow -Up Procedures 1. Procedures for reviewing, up -dating, modifying or terminating agr eement: Kingsborough Community College and New York City College of Technology will review implementation of the agreement every four years, or as soon as a program has undergone revisions, to ensure that students are adequately informed of the program a nd to identify issues requiring attention. When either of the degree programs involved in this agreement undergoes a change, the agreement will be reviewed and revised accordingly by faculty from each institution’s respective departments or programs, selec ted by their Chairpersons and program directors. 2. Procedures for evaluating agreement, e.g., tracking the number of students who transfer under the articulation agreement and their success:

408 ovide Kingsborough Community College (KBCC) the Each year New York City College of Technology (City Tech) will pr following information: a) the number of KBCC graduates who applied to the program; b) the number of KBCC students who were accepted into the program; c) the number of KBCC students who enrolled; d) the aggregate GPA of these enrolled students at City Tech. 3. Sending and receiving college procedures for publicizing agreement, e.g., college catalogs, transfer advisers, Websites, etc. : This articulation agreement will be publicized on the Kingsborough Community C ollege’s and New York City College of • Technology websites. • Transfer advisors at KBCC will promote this agreement with eligible students. for the NYCCT BS in Health Services Administration with BM CC AS in Health Information Al.2 Articulation Agreement Technology Program Code: 28713 Effective Date: Fall 2018 A. SENDING AND RECEIVING INSTITUTIONS Sending College : Borough of Manhattan Community College Department : Allied Health Sciences Program gy : Health information Technolo Degree : Associate in Applied Sciences (A.A.S.) Receiving College : New York City College of Technology (NYCCT) Department : School of Professional Studies Program : Health Services Administration (HSA) Degree : Bachelor of Science B. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIOR COLLEGE PROGRAM An associate degree in a health science program of study with a minimum grade point average of 2.5, and appropriate Licensure or Certification in hand or pending; OR

409 iculation agreement with the New York City College of Technology (NYCCT) An associate degree from a program that has an art Health Sciences Administration program with a minimum grade point average of 2.5; OR An associate degree with a minimum grade point average of 2.5, and at least two years of alternative work experience in a health care setting or related field as determined by the Health Services Administration program coordinator. uch changes Acceptance into this program will be under the requirements in effect at the time of admission and may be subject to s as shall be determined by City Tech’s academic policies and curricula. Articulation with the Borough of Manhattan Community College’s (BMCC) Associate in Applied Science in Health Information Technology with the NYCCT’s Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration is based upon the following: Students wishing to transfer under this articulation agreement must have obtained their associate degree and meet the minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement. Total transfer credits granted toward the baccalaureate degree: 67 Total additional credits required at the senior college to complete baccalaureate degree: 53 120 Total credits required for the B.S. in Health Services Administration: C. TRANSFER CREDIT AWARDED Transferred credits will be applied to the baccalaureate degree as professional credits, course specific transfer credits and electives. Students will meet with an advisor who will review their transcripts to ensure appropriate placement within the program. Health Information Technology PATHWAYS COMMON CORE REQUIREMENTS Required Common Core ENG 101:English Composition 6 ENG 201: Introduction to Literature Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning 4 MAT 150: Introduction to Statistics

410 4 Life and Physical Sciences my & Physiology I BIO 425: Anato 14 Total Required Common Core Flexible Core Creative Expression: 3 SPE 100: Fundamentals of Speech Scientific World BIO 426: Anatomy & Physiology II 4 PSY 100: General Psychology 3 Total Flexible Core 10 Total Common Core 24 URRICULUM REQUIREMENTS C HIT 110 Medical Terminology I 3 Introduction to Health Information Management 3 HIT 111 HIT 112 Principles of Healthcare Reimbursement 3 Pathology and Pharmacology 3 HIT 206 HIT 209 ICD - CM/ PCS Coding 4 HIT 215 / Legal Applications 3 HIM Medical 3 Introduction to Computer Applications CIS 100 1 Professional Practice I 3 HIT 210 Healthcare Information Technologies and Management Systems CIS 207 4 HIT 332 Performance Improvement and Data Analysis 3 HIT 334 CPT/ HCPCS Co ding 4 HIT 423 Management in the HIM Department 3 1 Professional Practice II 4 HIT 430 Total Curriculum Requirements 43 Total Program Credits 67 1 Students enrolled in PPE courses are required to obtain a physical exam and liability insurance. Moderate rates for the insurance are available. Students are responsible for their own transportation expenses when fulfilling PPE requirements. Students

411 receive no monetary compensation when fulfilling PPE requirements. All students are required to show proof of physical examination, per New York State Department of Health requirements for hospital personnel. D. SENIOR COLLEGE UPPER DIVISION COURSES REMAINING FOR BACCALAUREATE DEGREE NYCCT will grant a Bachelor of Science degree upon satisfactory completion of 120 credits including all Pathways General Education, College Option and HSA discipline degree requirements. NYCCT coursework for years three and four will include: Additional coursework required for B.S. in Health Services Administration CUNY Pathways Key RC= Required Core FC = Flexible Core CO = College Option Pathways Credits Category General education FC 3 World Cultures & Global Issues (WCGI) - ECON1101Macroeconomics USED 3 recommended FC(USED) IS - PSY2404 Personnel & Organizational Psychology 3 d recommende FC(IS) College 3 Any approved interdisciplinary course Option CO Public Speaking or advanced liberal 3 arts course if PS already taken CO Discipline Courses

412 3 Labor & Management Relations ECON2403 Macroeconomics (if not taken as USED - 0 3 ourse c ECON1101 0 Personnel & Organizational - PSY2404 Psychology (if not taken as IS course) 3 3 Quantitative Reasoning MAT 1190 3 PHIL2203 Health Care Ethics 3 Health Services Management I HSA 3510 3 Legal Aspects of Health Care HSA 3560 3 Hea HSA 3602 lth Services Management II Health Care Finance and Accounting HSA 3630 3 Management HSA 4620 Health Care Information Systems 3 3 HSA 4740 Health Research Methods Additional electives in arts and 5 - sciences add up to 60 LAS credits and 11 professional / general additional electives** E. Total 53 Successful completion of two writing intensive courses is required, one in the discipline and arts courses). one in general education (liberal -Up Procedures Articulation Agreement Follow 1. Procedures for reviewing, updating, modifying or terminating agreement: When either of the degree programs involved in this agreement undergoes a change, the agreement will be reviewed and revised accordingly by representative from each institution’s respective departments or programs, selected by their Chairpersons and/or program directors.

413 2. Procedures for evaluating agreement (i.e., tracking the number of students who transfer under the articulation agreement and their success): Each year, NYCCT will provide BMCC with the following information: a) the number of BMCC graduates who applied to the program; b) the number of BMCC students who were accepted into the prog ram; c) the number of BMCC students who enrolled; and d) the aggregate GPA of these enrolled students at NYCCT. 3. Sending and receiving college procedures for publicizing agreement (e.g., college catalogs, transfer advisers, websites, etc.): • This articul ation agreement will be publicized on the BMCC website and on the NYCCT website. • Transfer advisors at BMCC will promote this agreement with eligible students.

414 Section AIII: Changes in Degree Programs AIII.1 Mathematics department The following revision is proposed in the Program: Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics Program Code: 28185 Spring 2019 Effective Date: To: From Financial Science Concentration General Concentration BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS - FINANCIAL SCIENCE BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE N CORE GENERAL EDUCATION COMMO 42 CREDITS 42 CREDITS 1 1 (4 COURSES, 13 (4 COURSES, 13 -15 CREDITS) -15 CREDITS) I- REQUIRED CORE I- REQUIRED CORE English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) 3 3 ENG 1101 English Composition I ENG 1101 English Composition I 3 3 ENG 1121 English Composition II ENG 1121 English Composition II 2 2 (1 course, 4 credits) Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning Mathematical and Quantitative Reaso ning Any approved course 4 MAT 1475 Calculus I or higher meets a degree requirement 4 Life and Physical Sciences Life and Physical Sciences Any approved course 3-5 PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus Based (recommended) 3-5 -20 CREDITS) II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 -20 CREDITS) II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 World Cultures and Global Issues World Cultures and Global Issues 3 Any approved course 3 Any approved course US Experience in its Diversity 3 US Experience in its Diversity 3 Any approved course ECON 1101 Macroeconomics (recommended) Individual and Society Individual and Society Any approved course 3 Any approved course 3 Creative Expression Creativ e Expression 3 Any approved course 3 Any approved course Scientific World Scientific World 2 proved course 3 PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus Based (recommended) Any ap 5 - 3 - 5

415 3 One additional course from any group One additional course from any group Any approved course 3 mmended) MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I (reco 3 3 – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT III (12 CREDITS) (12 CREDITS) – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT III • One course in Speech/Oral Communication • One course in Speech/Oral Communication 330 Public Speaking or higher COM 1 COM 1330 Public Speaking or higher 3 3 • One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course • One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course Any approved course 3 3 Any approved course • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general on. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students educati education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students liberal arts course or two sequential courses liberal arts course or two sequential courses in must take at least one advanced must take at least one advanced 6 6 in a foreign language a foreign language Writing Intensive Requirement Writing Intensive Requirement must complete two courses Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses Students at New York City College of Technology designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the major; major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from GenEd and one from the major. one from GenEd and one from the major. -SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 78 CREDITS PROGRAM REDITS PROGRAM SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 61 C CST 1204 Database Systems 3 4 MAT 1475 Calculus I CST 2403 C++ Programming I 3 3 3 CST 3503 C++ Programming II MAT 1630 Introduction to Computational Science MAT 1575 Calculus II CST 3504 Database Design 4 3 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I 3 ECON 1101 Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2301 Money and Banking MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 3 4 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Algebra MAT 1475 Calculus I 3 4 3 Numerical Methods MAT 1476L Calculus Laboratory 1 MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology – 4 MAT 1575 Calculus II 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III 3 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I MAT 2680 Differential Equations 3 4 MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I MAT 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II 4 3 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Algebra Optimization 3 MAT 3770 Mathematical Modeling I – 3 Numerical Methods MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology – MAT 3772 Stochastic Models 3 MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differ ential Equations 3 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III MAT 4672 Computational Statistics with Applications 3 3 MAT 2680 Differential Equations 4 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II MAT MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling 3 MAT 3770 Mathematical Modeling I – Optimization 3 MAT 4800 Topics in Applied Mathematics 3 MAT 3772 Stochastic Models MAT 4900 Internship I 2 3

416 3 MAT 4901 Internship II 2 MAT 3788 Applications of the Heat Equation for Financial Mathematics MAT 4672 Computational Statistics with Applications 3 Take free electives to reach 120 Credits MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling 3 2 MAT 4900 Internship I MAT 4901 Internship II 2 5 PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus Based Electives (select as needed to add up to 78 credits) MAT 2540 Discrete Structures and Algorithms II 3 3 MAT 3787 Applied Mathematics – Finite Fields 3 MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations MAT 4872 Probability and Mathematical Statistics III 4 3 CST 3603 Object Oriented Programming 3 CST 3604 Quality Database Implementation 5 PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus Based -SPECIFIC REQUIRED COURSES TOTAL PROGRAM -SPECIFIC REQUIRED AND ELECTIVE COURSES 78 61 TOTAL PROGRAM TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS 42 42 TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS 120 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE 120 1 1 Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general education courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general requirements in that category. education 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit requirements in that category. 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit courses in mathematics and science. Students m ay elect to use their required 4 courses in mathematics and science. Students may elect to use their required or 5 credit Math or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. 3 Complete lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts 4 or 5 credit Math courses, as well as semester -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and writing or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. 3 Complete lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 Students without the requisite math background to enter MAT 1475 must take courses, as well as semester -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and MAT 1175, MAT 1275 and/or, MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial writing placement. This wil l increase the number of required credits for the degree by 4- intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 Students without the requisite math background to enter MAT 1475 must 12. 5 Some program -specific required courses might also satisfy the General take MAT 1275 and/or MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial Education Common Core. For example, a student satisfies quantitative placement. reasoning by taking MAT The student could the n take MAT 4872 as a 4 1475 Calculus I for 4 credits. credit elective. s the Rationale: Rem ove areas of concentration and replaces them with free electives to create a flexible degree to meet the needs of individual students. The proposed mathematics core requires all applied mathematics majors to have extensive coursework in computation, industrial applications, probability, statistics and simulation.

417 Information Science Concentration To: General Concentration From - INFORMATION SCIENCE BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS 42 CREDITS CORE GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON 42 CREDITS GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE 1 1 S, 13 (4 COURSES, 13 (4 COURSE -15 CREDITS) -15 CREDITS) I- REQUIRED CORE I- REQUIRED CORE English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) ENG 1101 English Composition I 3 3 ENG 1101 English Composition I ENG 1121 English Composition II 3 ENG 1121 English Composition II 3 2 2 (1 course, 4 credits) Mathematical and Quantitative Reason ing Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning MAT 1475 Calculus I or higher meets a degree requirement Any approved course 4 4 Life and Physical Sciences Life and Physical Sciences 3-5 Any approved course PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus Based (recommended) 3-5 -20 CREDITS) II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 -20 CREDITS) II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 World Cultures and Global Issues World Cultures and Global Issues Any approved course 3 Any approved course 3 US Experience in its Diversity US Experience in its Diversity 3 3 Any approved course ECON 1101 Macroeconomics (recommended) Individual and Society Individual and Society Any approved course 3 Any approved course 3 Creative Expression Creative Expression 3 Any approved course 3 Any approved course Scientific World Scientific World 2 Any approved course PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus Based (recommended) 3-5 3-5 3 One additional course from any group One additional course from any group 3 Any appr oved course MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I (recommended) 3 3 (12 CREDITS) (12 CREDITS) III – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT III – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT • One course in Speech/Oral Communication • One course in Speech/Oral Communication COM 1330 Public Speaking or higher COM 1330 Public Speaking or higher 3 3

418 • One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course • One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course Any approved course oved course 3 Any appr 3 • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students arts course or two sequential courses must take at least one advanced liberal must take at least one advanced liberal arts course or two sequential courses in in a foreign language 6 a foreign language 6 Writing Intensive Requirement ent Writing Intensive Requirem Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the major; designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from GenEd and one from t one from GenEd and one from the major. he major. PROGRAM -SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 78 CREDITS PROGRAM SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 61 CREDITS 3 CST 2403 C++ Programming I 4 3 CST 3503 C++ Programming II MAT 1475 Calculus I 3 EET 1222 Circuit Analysis II 5 MAT 1630 Introduction to Computational Science 4 MAT 1575 Calculus II 4 EET 1240 Electronics 3 3 EET 2140 Communications Electronics MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I tronics I EET 2162 Digital Elec 4 MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 3 3 3 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Algebra Calculus I 4 MAT 1475 3 Numerical Methods MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology – MAT 1476L Calculus Laboratory 1 MAT 1575 Calculus II 4 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III 3 3 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I MAT 2680 Differential Equations MAT 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II 4 MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 4 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Alge 3 bra 3 – Optimization ing I MAT 3770 Mathematical Model –Numerical Methods 3 MAT 3772 Stochastic Models 3 MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations 3 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III 3 MAT 4672 Computational Statistics with Applications Optimization MAT 3770 Mathematical Modeling I – 3 3 MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling MAT 4880 Mathematical Modeling II 3 MAT 4800 Topics in Applied Mathematics 3 MAT 4900 Internship I 2 MAT 4900 Inter nship I 2 2 MAT 4901 Internship II 5 PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus Based 2 MAT 4901 Internship II 5 PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus Based Take free electives to reach 120 Credits 4 TCET 2102 Analog and Digital Telephony TCET 2242 Microcomputer Interfacing 3 4 TCET 3102 Analog and Digital Communications I 4 Electives (select a ) s needed to add up to 78

419 CST 2307 Networking Fundamentals 3 3 CST 3507 Advanced Single-LAN Concepts 3 MAT 2540 Discrete Structures and Algorithms II MAT 2680 Differential Equations 3 4 MAT 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II MAT 3772 Stochastic Models 3 3 MAT 3777 Applied Mathematics – Applications of the Wave Equation MAT 3787 Applied Mathematics – Finite Fields 3 Financial Mathematics 3 MAT 3788 Applied of the Heat Equation for MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations 3 MAT 4672 Computational Statistics 3 4 MAT 4872 Probability and Mathematical Statistics III TOTAL PROGRAM -SPECIFIC REQUIRED COURSES 61 -SPECIFIC REQUIRED AND ELECTIVE COURSES 78 TOTAL PROGRAM TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS 42 TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS 42 120 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE 120 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE 1 1 Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general education educati on requirements in that category. 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit requirements in that category. 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit courses in mathematics and science. Students may elect to use their required 4 courses in mathematics and science. Students may elect to use their required or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. or 5 credit Math 3 Comp lete lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts 4 or 5 credit Math courses, as well as semester -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and writing or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. 3 Complete lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 Students without the requisite math background to enter MAT 1475 must take -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and courses, as well as semester MAT 1175, MAT 1275 and/or, MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial writing placement. This will increase the number of required credits for the degree by 4- intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 Students without the requisite math background to enter MAT 1475 must 12. 5 -specific required courses mi ght also satisfy the General Some program take MAT 1275 and/or MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial Education Common Core. For example, a student satisfies quantitative placement. reasoning by taking MAT The student could the n take MAT 4872 as a 4 1475 Calculus I for 4 credits. elective. credit Rationale: Removes the areas of concentration and replaces them with free electives to create a flexible degree to meet the needs of individual students. The proposed mathematics core requires all applied mathematics majors to have extensive coursework in computation, industrial applications, probability, statistics and simulation. From Science Concentration To: General Concentration

420 BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS SCIENCE BS APPLIED MATHEMATICS - 42 CREDITS 42 CREDITS GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE 1 1 -15 CREDITS) (4 COURSES, 13 (4 COURSES, 13 -15 CREDITS) I- REQUIRED CORE I- REQUIRED CORE English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) English Composition (2 courses, 6 credits) 3 ENG 1101 English Composition I 3 ENG 1101 English Composition I ENG 1121 English 3 3 Composition II ENG 1121 English Composition II 2 2 (1 course, 4 credits) Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning 4 Any approved course MAT 1475 Calculus I or higher meets a degree requirement 4 Life and Physical Sciences Life and Physical Sciences 3-5 PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus Based (recommended) 3-5 Any approved course II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 -20 CREDITS) II – FLEXIBLE CORE (6 COURSES, 18 -20 CREDITS) World Cultures and Global Issues World Cultures and Global Issues Any approved course 3 3 Any approved course US Experience in its Diversity US Experience in its Diversity 3 ECON 1101 Macroeconomics (recommended) 3 Any approved course Individual and Socie ty Individual and Society 3 Any approved course 3 Any approved course Creative Expression Creative Expression Any approved course 3 3 Any approved course Scientific World Scientific World 2 3-5 3-5 PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus Based (recommended) Any approved course One additional course from any group 3 One additional course from any group 3 Any approved course MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I (recommended) 3 3 III – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT (12 CREDITS) – COLLEGE OPTION REQUIREMENT III (12 CREDITS) • One course in Speech/Oral Communication • One course in Speech/Oral Communication 3 3 COM 1330 Public Speaking or higher COM 1330 Public Speaking or higher rts and Sciences course • One interdisciplinary Liberal A • One interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Sciences course Any approved course 3 Any approved co urse 3

421 • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general • Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum total of 42 credits in general education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students liberal arts course or two sequential courses in must ta ke at least one advanced ourse or two sequential courses liberal arts c must take at least one advanced 6 6 in a foreign language a foreign language Writing Intensive Requirement Writing Intensive Requirement Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the designated WI for the associate level, one from GenEd and one from the major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from GenEd and one from the major. GenEd and one from the major. -SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 78 CREDITS PROGRAM PROGRAM SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 61 CREDITS BIO 1101 Biology I 4 4 BIO 2311 Human Anatomy and Physiology I MAT 1475 Calculus I 4 CST 1101 Problem Solving with Computer programming MAT 1630 Introduction to Computational Science 3 3 3 MAT 1575 Calculus II CST 2403 C++ Programming I 4 3 CST 3503 C++ Programming II 3 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I 4 CHEM 1110 General Chemistry I MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 4 CHEM 1210 General Chemistry II 4 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3 3 5 Numerical Methods MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology – CHEM 2223 Organic Chemistry I 3 4 MAT 1475 Calculus I 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III MAT 1575 Calculus II 3 MAT 2680 Differential Equations 4 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I 3 MAT 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II 4 3 Optimization MAT 3770 Mathematical Modeling I – 4 MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I MAT 3772 Stochastic Models 3 MAT 2580 Introduction to Linear Algebra 3 3 MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations MAT 2630 Applied Mathematics Technology – Numerical Methods 3 3 Computational Statistics with Applications MAT 4672 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling 3 MAT 2680 Differential Equations 3 MAT 4800 Topics in Applied Mathematics 3 MAT 3672 Probability and Mathematical Statistics II 4 MAT 4900 Internship I 2 MAT 3770 Mathematical Modeling I – Optimization 3 MAT 4901 Internship II 2 3 MAT 3772 Stochastic Models 3 MAT 3880 An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations Take free electives to reach 120 Credits 4 MAT 4672 Computational Statistics 2 MAT 4900 Internship I MAT 4901 Internship II 2 4 ) Electives (select as needed to add up to 78 BIO 2312 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 CHEM 2323 Organic Chemistry I 5 AT 2540 Discrete Structures and Algorithms II 3 M

422 MAT 3777 Applied Mathematics Applications of the Wave Equation 3 Finite Fields MAT 3787 Applied Mathematics – 3 3 MAT 3788 Applications of the Heat Equation for Financial Mathematics MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling 3 MAT 4872 Probability and Mathematical Statistics III 4 3 MAT 4880 Mathematical Modeling II TOTAL PROGRAM -SPECIFIC REQUIRED AND ELECTIVE COURSES 78 TOTAL PROGRAM -SPECIFIC REQUIRED COURSES 61 42 TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS 42 TOTAL NYSED LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCE CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE 120 TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DEGREE 120 1 1 Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” Students are strongly urged to consult degree requirements for “double-duty” courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general courses: degree requirements that also meet CUNY Pathways general education requireme nts in that category. education 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit requirements in that category. 2 Applied Mathematics is a STEM degree program, requiring 4 or 5 credit courses in mathematics and science. Students may elect to use their required 4 or 5 credit Math courses in mathematics and science. Students may elect to use their required or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. 3 Complete lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts 4 or 5 credit Math -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and writing courses, as well as semester or science courses to meet Common Core requirements. 3 lists of liberal arts and sciences courses and advanced liberal arts Complete intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 ite math background to enter MAT 1475 must take Students without the requis -specific lists of interdisciplinary courses and courses, as well as semester MAT 1175, MAT 1275 and/or, MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial writing placement. This will increase the number of required credits for the degree by 4- intensive courses, are available online at the City Tech Pathways website. 4 Students without the requisite math background to enter MAT 1475 must 12. 5 Some program -specific required courses might als o satisfy the General take MAT 1275 and/or MAT 1375 in preparation, depending on initial Education Common Core. For example, a student satisfies quantitative placement. reasoning by taking MAT The student could the n take MAT 4872 as a 4 1475 Calculus I for 4 credits. elective. credit Rationale: Removes the areas of concentration and replaces them with free electives to create a flexible degree to meet the needs of individual students. The proposed mathematics core requires all applied mathematics majors to have extensive coursework in computation, industrial applications, probability, statistics and simulation. AIII.2 The following revision is proposed in the Physics department Program: Bachelor of Science in Applied Computational Physics Program Code: 38718 Effective Date: Spring 2019 From To:

423 PROGRAM SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTIVES 78 78 SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS AND ELECTIVES - PROGRAM - Computer Science Requirements (9 credits) Computer Science Requirements (9 credits) CST 1101 Problem Solving with Computer Programming 3 CST 1101 Problem Solving with Computer Programming 3 3 3 CST 1201 Programming Fundamentals CST 1201 Programming Fundamentals CST 1204 Database Systems Fundamentals 3 CST 1204 Database Systems Fundamentals 3 General Physics Requirements (25 credits) General Physics Requirements (25 credits) PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus based 5 5 PHYS 1441 General Physics I: Calculus based PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus based 5 PHYS 1442 General Physics II: Calculus based 5 4 PHYS 2443 Modern Physics 4 PHYS 2443 Modern Physics PHYS 2607 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 3 3 PHYS 2607 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 4 4 PH YS 3100 Classical Mechanics PHYS 3100 Classical Mechanics PHYS 3200 Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 3200 Electricity and Magnetism 4 4 16 Applied Computational Physics (ACP) Requirements ( 16-17 Applied Computational Physics (ACP) Requirements ( credits) credits) PHYS 3300 Computational Fluid Dynamics PHYS 3300 Computational Fluid Dynamics 3 Or PHYS 2609 Introduction to Quantum Computing 3-4 3 PHYS 3600 Machine Learning for Physics and Astronomy 4 PHYS 3600 Machine Learning for Physics and Astronomy 3 PHYS 4100 Computational Methods PHYS 4100 Computational Methods PHYS 4150 Computational Methods Laboratory 4 2 2 4 PHYS 4200 Internship/Real Research Experience PHYS 4150 Computational Methods Laboratory 4 PHYS 4200 Internship/Real Research Experience Mathematics Requirements (19 credits) Mathematics Requirements (19 credits) 4 4 MAT 1475 Calculus I MAT 1475 Calculus I MAT 1575 Calculus II 4 MAT 1575 Calculus II 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III 4 MAT 2675 Calculus III 4 3 3 MAT 2580 Linear Algebra MAT 2580 Linear Algebra MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 4 MAT 2572 Probability and Mathematical Statistics I 4 Free Electives: Take as needed to equal 120 credits 9 Program Electives Elective courses provide the freedom to adapt the curriculum to the specific Elective courses provide the freedom to adapt the curriculum to the specific interests and previous curriculum choices of each individual student. Students interests and previous curriculum choices of each individual student. Students are encouraged to discuss the selection of elective courses with the Program are encouraged to discuss the selection of elective courses with the Program Director. Director.

424 42 TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE CREDITS TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION COMMON CORE CREDITS 42 78 78 TOTAL REQUIRED AND ELECTIVE CREDITS TOTAL REQUIRED AND ELECTIV E CREDITS TOTAL CREDITS FOR DEGREE 120 120 TOTAL CREDITS FOR DEGREE Rationale: Provides additional flexibility for students (including transfer students) in the Applied Computational Physics program, allowing them to access the important concepts contained in the course PHYS 2609. AIII.3 The following revision is proposed in the Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology department Bachelor of Technology Program: in Electrical Technology Program Code: 36279 Effective Date: Spring 2019 TO: FROM: Electrical Technolog y Electrical Engineering Technology Rationale: Following accreditation by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

425 Section AIV: New Course New courses to be offered in the Mathematics department AIV.1 MAT 1630 Introducti on to Computational Science AIV.1.1 Department(s) Mathematics [ X ] Regular [ ] Compensatory [ Academic Level ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Mathematics Course Prefix MAT Course Number 1630 Course Title ence Introduction to Computational Sci A project - based introduction to computational thinking and problem solving. Covers a wide range of topics, including data visualization, statistical techniques, simulations of dynamical systems, computational techniques to underst and data, using Catalog Description regression to fit models to data, as well as an introduction to some more advanced topics: Monte Carlo simulations, optimizat ion, dynamic programming, image processing, natural language processing, geospatial data analysis and current data science. Prerequisite Corequisite Pre - or corequisite MAT 1475 Credits 3 Contact Hours 2 cl hrs, 2 lab hrs [ ] Yes Liberal Arts X ] No [ Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, etc) [ X ] Major College Option [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - Course Applicability [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Speech [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Science [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts

426 [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World Effective Term Spring 2019 Based on our 2017 Applied Mathematics Self Rationale: -Study, we found our students need greater facility in using technology for problem op the computational, problem solving, and programming skills to help students succeed in their applied math solving. The course will devel courses for the rest of their academic study. MAT 4800 Topics in Applied Mathematics AIV.1.2 Department(s) Mathematics [ X Academic Level ] Regu lar [ ] Compensatory [ ] Developmental [ ] Remedial Subject Area Mathematics Course Prefix MAT Course Number 4800 Course Title Topics in Applied Mathematics Topics are selected to reflect current industrial applications and may vary from semester to semester. This project - based course allow s an in -depth exploration of current and emerging trends. Students synthesize mathematics from prior mathematics courses. Catalog Description cal problems, and students present solutions in verbal and written form, using current e based on practi The projects ar presentation formats and practices. Prerequisite Corequisite Pre or corequisite - MAT 3XXX or higher or department approval Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 cl hrs Liberal Arts [ X ] No [ ] Yes Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, etc) [ X ] Major Course Applicability [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - College Option [ ] English Composition [ ] World Cultures [ ] Speech

427 [ ] Mathematics [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Science [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World Effective Term Spring 2019 Rationale: The tools of industry change rapidly . This topics course offers these tools to our students. In addition, in our 2017 Applied Mathematics Self -Study, students expressed a desire for a project -based course utilizing their skills. This proposed course would meet that need.

428 Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses is proposed for the department 1 AV. Biology The following change BIO 2450 Genetics CUNYFirst Course ID 135119 TO: FROM: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number Course Title Course Title Prerequisite Prerequisite Corequisite Corequisite - or corequisite Pre - or corequisite Pre Hours Hours 3 cl hrs, 3 2 cl hrs, 4 lab hrs lab hrs Credits Credits 4 4 Description Description Requirement Designation Requirement Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc etc [ ] Major [ ] Major [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] English Composition [ ] English Composition Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures

429 [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Individual and Socie ty [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World College Option [ ] Gen Ed - College Option [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts al Arts [ ] Advanced Liber Effective Term Spring 2019 4 credit course. Rationale: Correcting an error. This course was originally proposed as a 3 class hour, 3 lab hour, 2 The following changes are proposed for the Mathematics department AV. 2.1 MAT 2440 Discrete Structures and Algorithms I AV. CUNYFirst Course ID 039912 FROM: TO: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number e Title Course Title Cours (MAT 1375 or higher) and (CST 1201 or (MAT 1375 or higher) and (CST 1201 or CST Prerequisite Prerequisite 2403) CST 2403 or MAT 1630) Corequisite Corequisite Pre - or corequisite Pre - or corequisite Hours Hours Credits Cr edits Description Description Requirement Designation Requirement Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No

430 Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc etc [ ] Major [ ] Major [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] English Composition [ ] English Composition [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible xible Fle [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] US Experience in its Diversity Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression iety [ ] Individual and Soc [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World [ ] Gen Ed - College Option [ ] Gen Ed - College Option [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts Effective Term Spring 2019 Rationale: Includes the new MAT 1630 course in the prerequisite path. AV. MAT 2 630 Applied Math Technology – Numerical Methods 2.2 CUNYFirst Course ID 039917 FROM: TO: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number Course Title Course Title

431 MAT 1575, MAT 2580 and one of the MAT 1575, MAT 2580 and one of the following: Prerequisite Prerequisite following: CST 1101 or higher , MAT 1475H, CST 1101 or higher or MAT 1475H or MAT 1476L MAT 1476L or MAT 1630 Corequisite Corequisite or corequisite Pre Pre - or corequisite - Hours Hours Credits Credits Description Description Requirement Designation Requirement Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribut e (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc etc [ ] Major [ ] Major [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed R equired [ ] English Composition [ ] English Composition [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] US Experience in its Diversity Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World [ ] Gen Ed - College Option College Option [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts Effective Term Spring 2019

432 Rationale: Includes the new MAT 1630 course in the prerequisite path. MAT 3770 – Optimization 2.3 AV. Mathematical Modeling I CUNYFirst Course ID 039924 FROM: TO: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number Course Title Course Title MAT 2580, MAT 2675, and (CST 1101 or Prerequisite Prerequisite MAT 2580, MAT 2675, CST 1101 MAT 1630) Corequisite Corequisite Pre - or corequisi Pre - or corequisite te Hours Hours Credits Credits Description Description Requirement Designation Requirement Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Honors, s, etc Intensive, Honor etc [ ] Major [ ] Major [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] English Composition n [ ] English Compositio [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversit y [ ] US Experience in its Diversity

433 [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World College Option College Option [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdiscipli nary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts Effective Term Spring 2019 Includes the new MAT 1630 course in the prerequisite path. Rationale: MAT 4788 Financial Risk Modeling AV.2.4 CUNYFirst Course ID 122004 TO: FROM: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number Course Title Course Title Prerequisite Prerequisite MAT 3672 MAT 3788 Corequisite Corequisite - Pre or corequisite Pre - or corequisite Hours Hours Credits Credits Description Description Requirement Design ation Requirement Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Course Attribute (e.g. Intensive, Honors, etc Writing Intensive, Honors,

434 etc [ ] Major [ ] Major Ed Required [ ] Gen [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] English Composition [ ] English Composition [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversity [ ] US Experience in its Diversity Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World College Option [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Gen Ed - College Option [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts Effective Term Spring 2019 students for success in this class. Rationale: MAT 3672 better prepares AV. The following change is proposed for the Physics department 3 PHYS 2609 Int roduction to Quantum Computing CUNYFirst Course ID 122909 FROM: TO: Department(s) Department(s) Course Number Course Number Course Title Course Title

435 Prerequisite Prerequisite PHYS 2443 or PHYS 2607 PHYS 1442 and MAT 1575 Corequisite Corequisite or corequisite Pre - Pre - or corequisite Hours Hours Credits Credits Description Description n Requirement Designation Requirement Designatio Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No Course Attribute (e.g. Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Writing Intensive, Honors, Intensive, Honors, etc etc [ ] Major [ ] Major [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] Gen Ed Required [ ] English Composition [ ] English Composition [ ] Mathematics [ ] Mathematics [ ] Science [ ] Science [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] Gen Ed - Flexible [ ] World Cultures [ ] World Cultures [ ] US Experience in its Diversity ersity [ ] US Experience in its Div Course Applicability Course Applicability [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Creative Expression [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Individual and Society [ ] Scientific World [ ] Scientific World [ ] Gen Ed - College Option College Option [ ] Gen Ed - [ ] Speech [ ] Speech [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Interdisciplinary [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts [ ] Advanced Liberal Arts Effective Term Spring 2019

436 Rationale: Provides additional flexibil ing more ity for students in the Applied Computational Physics program, as well as allow students from outside the degree program to access the important concepts contained in the course PHYS 2609 (Introduction to Quantum Computing). 4 The following c ourse will have all sections designated “writing intensive” beginning in Fall 2018. AV. MEDU 4010 Rationale: This is a correction from the June 2018 Academic Matters, where the course was erroneously listed as MEDU 4011

437 CUNY Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report Section AIV: New Courses AIV.1 Course Number: HPAM 626 Title: International and Migrant Health Organizations Hours: 3 Credits: 3 ites or Co- Prerequis requisites: None depth study of the historical development, structure, and function of the institutions and Course Description: This course will provide an in- ne the basic architecture and entities that make- up the initiatives constituting the international health system. The course will first exami international organization system as well as the conceptual tools that facilitate further understanding of how and why these organizations function. The second segment will explore the varying organiz ational arrangements that have been formed to address international and migrant health, the normative differences between them, respective advantages and disadvantages, emerging new models, and their subsequent roles in the global context. The third segment provides an overview of the major operational outputs produced by IOs to address global and migrant health. The final segment explores international and migrant health organizations within the context of international relations, foreign policy lization. Here , and globa we will discuss the ‘international health system’ in a rapidly changing and diversifying environment, how the system has stagnated or evolved, and how domestic, cross -sector organizations function together (or should) to maximize the benefits of an increasingly global society -border, and cross on public health. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Global and Migrant Health Policy degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 2 Course Number: HPAM 627 Title: Migration and Health Hours: 3 Credits: 3

438 Prerequisites or Co- requisites: None Course Description: This course p rch rele van t to immigrant and migrat ory group s (e. g. refugees) within rovides an overview of publ ic health resea itio ury con ourse has an explicit focus on exam ining the social c ond cent ns that influence the distr ibu tion and developme nt of a 21st text. The c he se popu disease in t The course he lps students rec ognize that hea lth and disea se are shap ed by multiple social factors ope rat ing at lations. mu levels of influen ce, which are expe rien ltiple the country of origin of immigrants and in their new hom eland. Studen ts will critic ally evaluate ced in ings, online al, top ic s pe cific, and methodo logical iss ue s, and identify strengths an d gaps in migrant health res ea rch through class read theoretic discussi quizzes, an d a group project. Althou gh the course is lar gely U.S. focused , globa l health pa tterns will also be exam ined. ons, Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled i n the proposed Master of Science in Global and Migrant Health Policy degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 3 Course Number: HPAM 628 Title: Global Health Policy and Politics Hours: 3 Credits: 3 requisites: None Prerequisites or Co- Course Description: This course will provide a framework for understanding both the theory and practice of advancing global health. International systems, bilateral and multilateral initiatives and globalization trends and their effect on population health will be studie d from a comparative perspective across countries and regions. The course aims at promoting an understanding the biomedical, socioeconomic and pol itical effects of the globalization process on population health. During the semester, students will examine the emergi ng field of global health from an interdisciplinary perspective, by addressing the main health issues experienced by mothers and children worldwide. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Global and Migrant Health Policy degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 4 Course Number: HPAM 629 Title: Global Health Law: Human Rights, Regulation, Migration, and Trade

439 Hours: 3 Credits: 3 Prerequisites or Co- requisites: None lores the history, theory, development and practical use of international health regulations, trade negotiations Course Description: This course exp and human rights agreements and conventions in advancing global health. During the course we will examine a variety of topics including the imp act of international trade agreements on health, the International Health Regulations and other regulations affecting global and migrant health, and the relationship between health and human rights. Rationale: This course will be required for students enr olled in the proposed Master of Science in Global and Migrant Health Policy degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV.5 Course Number: EPID 630 Title: Fundamentals of Population Health Informatics Hours: 3 Credits: 3 requisites: None Prerequisites or Co- e Description: This course Cours will provide students with an introduction to the fundamentals of population health informatics, its history, relevant concepts and related informatics domains. The course will further describe the fundamentals of computing, data, information and knowledge principles, information architecture of population health systems and role of data standards in the development of population health information systems. Students will be introduced to the concepts of big data, cloud computing and other emerging technological innovations that can contribute to the improvement of population health. The course will also provide students with a knowledge of issues related to privacy, security and confidentiality related to health data collection, st orage, and its processing. ion Health Informatics degree. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Populat Effective: Fall 2019 AIV.6 Course Number: EPID 631

440 Title: Principles of Consumer Health Informatics Hours: 3 Credits: 3 requisites: None Prerequisites or Co- This course will provide students with an understanding of how the Internet and social media can be utilized to design, Course Description: develop, and implement consumer health inform ation solutions. Further, students will acquire skills to evaluate the quality of health information on gain knowledge of various the Internet and utilize various tools that facilitate delivery of credible health information online. Lastly, students will theoretical frameworks that focus on delivering personalized and tailored health information to the patients, healthcare professionals, and other stakeholders through the use of mobile and internet -enabled health technological solutions. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Population Health Informatics degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 7 Course Number: EPID 632 Title: Applications of Population Health Informatics Hours: 3 Credits: 3 ites or Co- requisites: None Prerequis Course Description: This course will provide students with an understanding of Electronic Health records (EHR), Personal health record (PHR), decision support tools, and telehealth applications to enhance healthcare delivery. S tudents will also acquire the knowledge and skills to explore factors influencing the adoption and utilization of EHR, PHR, and telehealth applications. The course will cover topics relat ed to innovations, sustainability and entrepreneurship in health tech nologies, and methods that are essential to conduct health technology assessment. Future challenges and opportunities related to applications of population health informatics will be discussed. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Population Health Informatics degree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 8

441 Course Number: EPID 633 Design and Development of Population Health Information Systems Title: Hours: 3 Credits: 3 Prerequisites or Co- requisites: None will examine the relevance of design principles to population health informatics tools and technologies, and the Course Description: This course o differentiate between the various various theoretical frameworks guiding the design process. The course will equip students with an ability t techniques that are employed when designing health technology interventions. Further, students will develop an understanding of how to conduct technological evaluations related to population health systems. his course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Population Health Informatics degree. Rationale: T Effective: Fall 2019 AIV. 9 Course Number: EPID 634 Title: Population Health Dashboards Hours: 3 Credits: 3 requisites: None Prerequisites or Co- Course Description: will examine population health data visualization across space and time, introducing concepts of visualization This course literacy and the importance of presenting data in a meaningful and user -friendly format. Studen ts will be able to differentiate between information visualization and geographic visualization of healthcare data. Students will be familiar with the design principles of population health dashboards and identify visualization techniques that best display the population health data. ics degree. Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Population Health Informat Effective: Fall 2019 AIV.10 Course Number: EPID 635

442 Title: Mobile Health Interventions: Opportunities, Challenges, and Applications Hours: 3 Credits: 3 requisites: None Prerequisites or Co- explores the growing usage of mHealth technologies, its opportunities, and its challenges. Students will examine Course Description: This course h application classification and regulatory standards, and apply tools to evaluate mHealth applications quality of evidence. mHealt ics d Rationale: This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Master of Science in Population Health Informat egree. Effective: Fall 2019 AIV.11 Course Number: EPID 700 Title: PopHI Project Hours: 6 Credits: 6 Prerequisites or Co- requisites: None Course Description: This course includes two components: 180 hours of supervised fieldwork followed by a capstone project. The course is intended to address technological solutions to public health problems; students will translate their research findings into practice that will improve population health outcomes across diverse settings. Students will first complete 180 hours of fieldwork under the supervision and guidance of an experienced preceptor. Knowledge and skills from the Population Health Informatics curriculum are to be applied at a government agency, health technology industry, or other setting relevant to the student’s academic background, healthcare facility, community institution/organization, st century specialization, and career goals. In the second half of this course, students create and present a capstone project that addr esses a 21 public health cha llenge. This course will be required for students enrolled in the proposed Mast er of Science in Population Health Informatics degree. Rationale: Effective: Fall 2019 Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses AV.1

443 FROM: TO: PUBH 696 PUBH 696 Number Number Supervised Fieldwork Title Supervised Fieldwork Title Students carry out 180 hours of Description Students carry out 180 hours of on Descripti supervised field work that is supervised field work that is intended to bridge academic intended to bridge academic preparation and public health preparation and public health practice. Knowledge and skills practice. Knowledge and skills from the core MPH and from the core MPH and courses are applied on concentrati concentration courses are applied in a public health agency, in a public health agency, ion or other community organizat community organization or other setting relevant to the student’s setting relevant to the student’s academic background, academic background, specialization and career specialization and career expectations. This is expectations. This is accomplished under the accomplished under the supervision and guidance of an supervision and guidance of an experienced preceptor. Field- experienced preceptor. Field- based hours are implemented based hours are implemented with classroom and individual with classroom and individual meetings along with online meetings along with online communication. Aside from communication. Aside from deliverables required by the deliverables required by the preceptor, the student develops a preceptor, the student develops a -evaluation reflection paper, a self reflection paper, a self -evaluation and a capstone proposal. and a capstone proposal. Prerequisites Completion of at least 18 credits Completion of at least 18 credits Prerequisites of coursework toward the MPH or of coursework toward the MPH or MS degree, including PUBH 614 MS degree, including PUBH 614, OR (BIOS 610 or BIOS 611) & ’s and two courses in the student (EPID 610 or EPID 611) , and two area of concentration; and courses in the student ’s area of departmental permission concentration; and departmental permission

444 Effective: Fall 2019

445 Queens College – Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report PART A: ACADEMIC MATTERS October 29, 2018 Section AI: Special Actions Section AII: Changes in Generic Degree Requirements October 29, 2018 Pathways. AII.1. none College Option Language Requirement: Approved by CCRC: none Section AIII: Changes in Degree Programs October 29, 2018 AIII.1. Linguistics and Communication Disorders CHANGE TO A MAJOR: GENERAL LINGUISTICS (PROGRAM CODE LING -BA) From: Required First Level:

446 LCD 101/ANTH 108; 102; 116; 120; and 130; Second Level: LCD 205/ANTH 285 and 220; Third Level: LCD 306. Electives • Electives 1: Any one course from the following: LCD 144W; 288/ANTH 288; 360 • Electives 2: Any four courses from the following: LCD 103; 105 (Fall only); 206; 209; 380; any two courses from the Electives 1 ly list not used to satisfy that requirement; PHIL 109; ANTH 104; 280; 289; 380, 389; EAST 209; CHIN 217; all other linguistical oriented courses (e.g., structure of a language) must be approved by program director Note : No course will count toward this major with a grade lower than C -. To read : Required (24 credits) Electives (15 credits with at least 6 Category credits each from Applications and Research) Foundations LCD 101, 116, 120, 150, 210, LCD 102, 105, 206W, ANTH/LCD 104, PHIL 109 205, 220, 306 Applications LCD 103, 203, 209, EURO 202, 202W; EAST 209; CHIN 314, 317, 318; KOR 317, 318; JPNS 317, 318; ITAL 336; RUSS 327; SPAN 338, 391; ANTH 280, 289, 380 Research LCD 244W, 324, 360, 380, 388 Note : No course will count toward this major with a grade lower than C -.

447 Justification: We reconfigure our major to support students’ understanding of linguistics, strengthen their general liberal arts background, and encourage the development of useful professional skills. We concentrate on viewing language as a lens to understand the human mind ties. At the same time, we focus our coursework in language and society with a focus on living in and profiting from social diversi science as a tool for gaining knowledge of the principles of research. In addition, to aid clarity, we organize courses by theme (foundations; applications; research) rather than by course number level. AIII.2 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the Russian Minor From: -MIN) REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN RUSSIAN (MINOR CODE RUSS Minimum of 15 credits. May be started with any Russian literature and culture course or Russian language course (above RUSS 112) . Students should consult with the undergraduate advisor for Russian and fill in a concentration form so that the minor will be recorded on their transcript . To Read: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN RUSSIAN (MINOR CODE RUSS -MIN) RUSS Minimum of 15 credits. May be started with any Russian literature and culture course or Russian language course (above 111 ). Students should consult w ith the undergraduate advisor for Russian as early as possible in order to plan their programs. Justification: This change allows students to begin the minor with the second course of the language sequence (Russian 112). This gives one more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. AIII.3 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the Modern Greek minor.

448 From: 15 Credits in literature and language courses above GRKMD 11 2. Nine credits must be taken in any Greek course above the level 112 , including courses in translation and conversation, as well as GRKMD 041W and 335 (variable topic). To Read: . Nine credits must be taken in any Greek course above the level 15 Credits in literature and language courses above GRKMD 111 111 , including courses in translation and conversation, as well as GRKMD 041W and 335 (variable topic). Justification: This change allows students to begin the minor with the second course of the beginning sequence (Modern Greek 112). This gives one more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. AIII.4 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the German M inor From: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN GERMAN (MINOR CODE GERMMIN) ; 15 credits beyond GERM 112 or its equivalent. Six credits must be taken from among the language courses through GERM 236 at least 3 credits are required in the 300 series. The remaining 6 credits may be taken from any other courses, including those taught in English translation (GERM 41, 45, 250, 310–315). Students should consult with the undergraduate advisor for German as early as possible in order to plan their programs. To Rea d: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN GERMAN (MINOR CODE GERMMIN)

449 15 credits beyond GERM 111 or its equivalent. Six credits must be taken from among the language courses GERM 112 through ing 6 credits may be taken from any other courses, ; at least 3 credits are required in the 300 series. The remain GERM 236 including those taught in English translation (GERM 41, 45, 250, 310–315). Students should consult with the undergraduate advisor for German as early as possible in order to plan their programs. Justification: This gives one more This change allows students to begin the minor with the second course of the language sequence (German 112). course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) AIII.5 European Change to the German Major From: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR IN GERMAN (MAJOR CODE GERMBA) In addition to attaining proficiency in German , 33 credits including GERM 204 are required for the major. Students must take at least 24 credits through the level GERM 112 from among the language courses GERM 203 through GERM 236 , and from among courses in the 300 series. The remaining 9 315) credits may be taken from among any other German courses, including those taught in English (GERM 41, 45, 250, 310- including “Eurocourses.” Interested students are urged to consult with the undergraduate advisor for German as early as possi ble in order to plan their programs. To Read: REQ UIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR IN GERMAN (MAJOR CODE GERMBA) In addition to attaining proficiency in German through the level GERM 111 , 33 credits including GERM 204 are required for the major. Students must take at least 24 credits from among the language course s GERM 112 through GERM 236 , and from among courses in the 300 series. The remaining 9 credits may be taken from among any other German courses, including those taught in English (GERM 41, 45, 250, 310- 315) including “Eurocourses.” Interested students are urged to consult with the undergraduate advisor for German as early as possible in order to plan their programs.

450 Justification: This gives one This change allows students to begin the major with the second course of the language sequence (German 112). more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the major requirements. AIII.6 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to Italian Major OR CODE ITAL -BA) REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR IN ITALIAN (MAJ From: two 300 -level , Required: 36 credits taken above the ITAL 112 level; successful completion of ITAL 207, 208, 209 courses 224 courses, and one course from the “Eurocourse” category. Students are advised to complete ITAL 224 before enrolling in advanced ITAL 300- level courses. Students should choose courses for the remaining 15 credits in consultation with the undergraduate advisor. No more than three courses taught in English, including the required “Eurocourse,” on relevant aspects of Italian culture may count toward the major. TO READ: ITAL 111 level Required: 36 credits taken above successful completion of at least three Italian 200 level courses to be chosen from ; ITAL 204; ITAL 207; ITAL 208; ITAL 209; ITAL 223; ITAL 224; ITAL 228, ITAL 231; ITAL 235 ; two 300- level courses, and one course in the “Eurocourse” category. Students are advised to take at least two 200 level courses before enrolling in Ita lian 300 No more Prospective majors should consult the undergraduate advisor as soon as possible to plan their program of study. courses. than three courses taught in English, including the required “Eurocourse,” on relevant aspects of Italian culture may count t oward the major. AIII.7 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the Italian minor.

451 From: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR IN ITALIAN (MINOR CODE ITAL -MIN) . Prospective minors should consult with the Students may start with any course above ITAL 112 15 credits above ITAL 112. undergraduate adv isor in order to plan a program. Students may take one class taught in English on relevant aspects of Italian culture. To Read: . Prospecti ve 15 Credits in Literature and Language courses above ITAL 111. Students may start with any course above Italian 111 minors should consult with the undergraduate advisor in order to plan their program of study. Students may take one class taught in For a list of courses, see the description for the Major. English on relevant aspects of Italian culture. Justification: This change allows students to begin the minor with the second course of the beginning sequence (Italian 112). This gives one more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. AIII.7 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the French Major: From: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR (code 042) IN FRENCH. Required for all majors: 36 credits taken above the FREN 203 level , including the successful completion of FREN 205, 206, 224, 228, two 300- level courses, and one course from the “Eurocourse” category. Students are advised to complete FREN 206 or 228 before enrolling in advanced (FREN 300- level) literature courses. Students should choose courses for the remaini ng 15 credits in consultation with the undergraduate advisor. No more than three courses taught in English, including the required “Eurocourse,” on relevant aspects of French culture may count toward the major.

452 To Read: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MAJOR (code 0 42) IN FRENCH. Required for all majors: 36 credits taken above the FREN 111 level courses, and one course from the , including the successful completion of FREN 205, 206, 224, 228, two 300- level 06 or 228 before enrolling in advanced (FREN 300- level) “Eurocourse” category. Students are advised to complete FREN 2 literature courses. Students should choose courses for the remaining 15 credits in consultation with the undergraduate advisor. No more than three courses taught in English, including the required “Eurocourse,” on relevant aspects of French culture may count toward the major. Justification: This change allows students to begin the major with the second course of the beginning sequence (French 112). This gives one more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. AIII.8 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Change to the French Minor: From: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR (code 87) IN FRENCH The minor consists of 15 credits in French beyond the level of , chosen in consultation with a departmental advisor. Students may take one class taught in English on relevant aspects FREN 112 of French culture. To Read: REQUIREMENTS FOR THE MINOR (code 87) IN FRENCH The minor consists of 15 credits in French beyond the level of FREN 111 , chosen in consultation with a departmental advisor. Students may take one class taught in English on relevant aspects of Fre nch culture. Justification:

453 This change allows students to begin the minor with the second course of the beginning sequence (French 112). This gives one more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor requirements. AIII.9 European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Proposed New Minor in Francophone African Studies Title: Minor in Francophone African Studies Rationale: Since French is an official language in over half the countries on the African continent, students who wish to expand their knowledge of Africa are well advised to become familiar with the French language as well as Francophone African cultural, pol itical, and economic realities. Knowledge of Francophone Africa is not limited to those who plan to work in Africa. Emigration from Africa to Europe and North America creates opportunities for increased cultural, economic, and linguistic interactions. The Francophone African Studies program invites students: to perfect linguistic sk ills in French, the language used by the greatest number professionals in Africa along with English • • to study the cultures, histories and economies of North, West and Central Africa expressed in and accessible through French • to appreciate the impact of France’s colonial history on migration from Francophone Africa • to learn the major traditions of the diverse cultures of Francophone Africa which range from Cameroon to the Mediterranean and from Mauritania to the Congo • to prepare to work and function in a transcultural context through internships or experiential education. The Minor in Francophone African Studies welcomes students interested in the culturally vibrant and economically resilient countries of North, West, and Central Africa and the opportunities t hat they offer to artists, diplomats, economists, educators, entrepreneurs, historians, marketers, scientists, musicians, and scholars in every field. It can be combined with majors in Economics, Polit ical Science, History, Education, Media Studies, or a n umber of other majors in the Humanities, Social Sciences, or Natural Sciences. Requirements for the Minor 1 15 credits : in three areas. 6 credits French language (offered through the French program.) 1 Depending on their major department’s approval, courses that students take toward their major may contribute to the minor and vice versa.

454 6 credits focused either on Francophone African Hist ory, or Economics , or African cultures (offered through the Economics or 2 or the Africana Studies Department, Media Studies or Comparative Literature History Departments of the Division of Social Sciences or the French Program.) 3 credits from the follow ing choices: - A supervised internship focused on a Francophone 1 to 3 credit(s) depending on African topic at the Tech Incubator at availability and number of Queens College hours - An internship or study abroad program through 3 credits (to be evaluate d) an accredited study abroad program in a Francophone African country: - A supplemental course in African Literature, 3 credits. Anthropology, Film, History, Political Science or Creative Expression: Students must maintain an average of 2.0 in order to count courses toward the minor. P/NC courses are not counted. Interested students should contact the Francophone African Studies Minor Advisors at: paul.f [email protected] or [email protected] 718- 5980 Phone: 1- 997- Elective courses in French Language and Francophone and French Literatures It is important to note that the literary analysis, the l iterature, media studies and culture classes listed below must include African content in order to count toward the minor in Francophone African Studies. Students who want a course that counts toward the minor must verify with the Department before regist ering. 2 If the availability of Economics and History department courses on Africa will delay a student’s graduation date, this requirement may be met (upon approval of the minor advisor) by courses on Africa from another department upon approval of the minor advisor.

455 French Language French 112 - . Elementary French II. 4hr., 4cr. For students with 2 years of high school or 1 semester college study of French. French 203 college study of French. - . Intermediate French. 3hr., 3cr. For students with 3 years of high school or 2 semesters French 204 . French Composition and Grammar I. 3hr.; 3cr. Prereq.: French 203 or four years of high school French. Grammar review, - conversation and a variety of written assignments improve students' mastery of spoken French and of writing skills. Students view and discuss films in French, practice grammar and vocabulary and produce short writing assignments. - French 224 . Advanced French Grammar. 3hr.; 3 cr. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Extensive review of grammatica l structures, idiom patterns, and common difficulties of the French language. - . Advanced Literary Analysis. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Training in the in -depth analysis of literary works. French 228 Students will be introduced to critical writing on francophone and French literatures, and sharpen their own techniques of literary analysis. French 225 . French Grammar and Composition II. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Through intensive work on composition, - grammatical analysis, and stylistics, students will further develop their writing skills in French. Students will practice different forms of writ ing (narrative, journalism, literary composition, essay, business correspondence). French 231. Skills and Art of Translation . 3hr .; 3 cr. Permission of the department . Introduction to the techniques, problems, and theories of - translation. The course will involve both French -to -English and English- to -French translation. - Business French. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the depa rtment. Introduction to the use of French in a business context with emphasis French 235. -cultural differences as well as the acquisition of practical skills such as drafting business correspondence, and on the discussion of cross bulary of the workplace. developing familiarity with the voca - Francophone and French Literatures - FREN 360 . French and Francophone Novel since 1900. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. In this course we will study the evolution of the novel since 1900. Authors studied will include a mix of writers from Africa, the Caribbean and Europe. - FREN 367 . Topics in French and Francophone Literature since 1900. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Literary works other than novels, written since 1900. The course may treat theatre, poetr y or a combination of the two. Authors studied will include a mix of writers from African, the Caribbean and Europe. - FREN 370 . Topics in Francophone Literature. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Reading and discussion of major works from French -speaking West Africa, the Maghreb, the Caribbean, and Canada. - FREN 375 . Contemporary French Literary Theory. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department. Topics may include: Structuralism, Deconstruction, Feminism, Psychoanalysis, Queer Studies, and the Francophone Theory. - FREN 380 . Women’s Writing in French. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department.

456 - Seminar. 3hr.; 3 cr. Permission of the department and upper junior or senior standing. Designed especially to give qualified FREN 385. s of scholarly investigation in such fields as French and Francophone literature, film, civilization, or language. students the skill CMLIT 208. Literature and Society in North Africa and the Middle East. 3 lec.; 3 cr. Prereq.: - he MiddleEast and North Africa, with particular emphasis on the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity ENGL 110. The literatures and societies of t of the region. Some of the course will be dedicated to current events and theoretical writings about the region as a whole. ( WCGI) CMLIT 23 0. African Literatures. - 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prereq.: Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. Study of canonical and non- canonical texts, from a variety of African cultures, in texts, with particular attention to genres, themes, and their social, political, and historical con styles. (WCGI) CMLIT 231. African Literatures in a World Context. - 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prereq.: Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. Comparative study of texts in a variety of forms and genres from African, Asian, European, and American cultures, with an emphasis on how historical, political, and social factors affect literary representations. (WCGI) - 3 hr.; 3 cr. A survey of Francophone CMLIT 242. Francophone Literature in a World Context. literature and some central historical and theoretical questions that have arisen in relation to this literature. A selection of novels and short stories will be studied from Francophone areas such as the Caribbean, West Africa, and North Africa. Emphasis will be on the cultural references speaking population in each country or region and the use of the and contexts of the French- French language for writing literary texts. French language texts will be compared with indigenous language texts in eac h context. Texts will be read in English translation. Students with reading knowledge of French may read the texts in the original. (WCGI) Internship - EURO 398. Internship. EURO 398.1, 45 hr.; 1 cr., EURO 398.2, 90 hr.; 2 cr., EURO 398.3, 135 hr.; 3 cr . Permission of the department.: Students should consult the college Office of Career Development and Internships for listings of available internships and pr ocedures for applying. A proposal must be approved by the department before registration. Students must be supervised by an ELL faculty member. Grades are based on the employer’s and the faculty sponsor’s evaluations of the student’s performance, including midterm and final r eports. A maximum of 3 credits of internships may be taken. Stude nts are encouraged to take FREN, ITAL, or GERM 235, as appropriate, before beginning the internship.

457 History Courses - 3 hr.; 3 cr. Survey of African history south of the Sahara; emphasis on the rise and decline of medieval Afr ican HIST 111. History of Africa. . Fall kingdoms, the effects of the slave trade on the indigenous peoples, and the growth of African nationalism under colonial rule HIST 332. Colonialism and Culture. 3 hr.; 3 cr. How European colonial powers in Africa and Asia used the idea of cultur e as a means of - legitimizing colonial authority. It will explore the role of religion in society, women’s status, and the impetus behind the civilizing mission. These themes, together with the narrative of colonial rule, will provide a broader understanding of colonialism and its impact on societies. - 3 hr.; 3 cr. Investigations into colonial encounters between HIST 334. Cannibals and Colonialism: Race, Violence, and Anthropology. differently racialized groups of people: savages, aborigines, natives, and whites. Courses in Sociology SOC 273. Social Change in Africa. 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prereq.: SOC 101 or permission of the instructor. - Problems and processes of social change in Africa. Theories of social change are evaluated in the context of Africa. Topics include ethnicity, nationalism, rural and traditional social structures, urbanization and urban problems, class relations, state structures, state and evelopment. civil society, and social d Courses in Africana Studies AFST 102. Survey of African Civilization II. 3 hr.; 3 cr. An interdisciplinary survey of African civilization from the sixteenth century to the - present. The course will focus on the impact upon African civilization , culture, politics, and society of European expansion and colonialism in Africa. Courses in Film, Media Studies, Comparative Literature and Creative Expression - FREN 250, 250W. French and Francophone Film and Media. 4 hr.; 3 cr. The course will deal with the various elements of French and Francophone cinema and media: historical, cultural, aesthetic, political, technical, etc. Particular courses may deal with a certain tendency (such as the “New Wave”), period, or individual director (such as Renoir, Cocteau, Godard, Varda, or Sembene). Lectures and work will be done in English; films will be shown in the original

458 language with subtitles. May be taken more than once for credit provided the topic is different. - 3 hr.; 3 cr. A survey of the principal areas of cultural creativity on the African continent and their distinctive styles ARTH 286. African Art. d the encounter with European and beliefs, from early tribal civilizations through the arrival of Islam, the rise of centralized states, an colonists.†† - ENGL 364. Studies in African Drama, Film, and Literature. 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prereq.: ENGL 170W. The historical and cultural context of drama, film, literature, and anglophone literature of Africa will be studied. The course may devote attention to postcolonial literary theory, and a, Ngugi, to related work in literature of the African diaspora. Writers and directors include Achebe, Cissé, Farah, Head, Kaboré, Ngem Ouedraogo, Sembene, and Soyinka. (LIT) - CMLIT 208. Liter ature and Society in North Africa and the Middle East. 3 lec.; 3 cr. Prereq.: ENGL 110. The literatures and societies of the Middle East and North Africa, with particular emphasis on the ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity of the regio n. Some of the course will be dedicated to current events and theoretical writings about the region as a whole. (WCGI) - CMLIT 245. Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East. 3 hr.; 3 cr. Exploration of filmmaking in North Africa. How has film represent ed the status, debates, and stakes of human rights in North Africa? Film made before and since the Arab Spring will serve as material to discuss freedom of assembly, speech, and artistic expression in North Africa. We will c onsider the conditions of film production from technical, political, and social perspectives, and how low - -run cinema production differs from Hollywood cinema. Considerations budget and often state of the social and political context of film production remain important given the limits imposed by government and social censorship and lack of funding. We will discuss the thematic content of the films and how Western viewers respond to the issues raised in the films. In what way do we view films through human rights discourses? - MEDST 344, 344W*. National Cinemas West Africa (4 hr, 3 cr.) Course cannot apply if its content concerns an area beyond the African continent . Examination of film production in various countries or geographic/linguistic communities from Nigeria and/or West Africa, North Africa, sub -Saharan Africa. The course will usually focus on production in a single country or com munity. May be repeated once for credit, provided topic is different.

459 - 3 hr.; 2 cr. A beginner studio course in specific dance forms of Africa. Emphasis on the DANCE 162. Dance Techniques of Africa I. y, style, and control. Improvisation is introduced. fundamentals of polyrhythmic body articulation, fluidit 3 hr.; 2 cr. An intermediate -advanced studio course in specific dance forms of Africa. DANCE 262. Dance Techniques of Africa II. - Continued emphasis on the fundamentals of style, polyrhythmic body articulation, fluidity, and control. Includes a more in -depth exploration of improvisation and the relationship between drumming and dancing. AIII.10 Psychology (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) Psychology Change to the Behavioral Neuroscience MA From: 28 hrs QUIRED COURSES: RE ELECTIVE: 9 hrs 37 hrs TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS: MA THESIS REQUIRED (21 credits): Required Behavioral Neuroscience Courses PSYCH 708.1; Basic Neuroscience: Neuroanatomy (3 hrs) PSYCH 708.2: Basic Neuroscience: Neurophysiology (3 hrs) PSYCH 708.3: Basic Neuroscience: Psychopharmacolog (3 hrs) PSYCH 710: Sensory and Motor Systems(3 hrs) PSYCH 711.03: Cognitive & Affective Aspects of Behavior (3 hrs) PSYCH 791.3: Seminar in Selected Topics in Psychology (3 hrs) PSYCH 791.3: Seminar in Selected Topics in Psychology (3 hrs) Required Other Courses (7 credits): PSYCH 703.1: Design of Psychological Research (3 hrs) PSYCH 705: Statistical Methods in Psychology I (3 hrs) PSYCH 771.1: Ethics in Psychology 1 Behavioral Neuroscience Elective Cour ses (9 credits): PSYCH 700: History of Psychology(3 hrs) PSYCH 735: Psychology of Perception(3 hrs) PSYCH 738: Cognition (3 hrs)

460 PSYCH 755: Psychopathology (3 hrs) PSYCH 760: Psychometric Methods (3 hrs) PSYCH 791: Seminar in Selected Topics in Psychology( 3 hrs) PSYCH 817: Survey of Clinical Neuropsychology (3 hrs) BIOL 700. Genetics (4 hrs) BIOL 710. Molecular Biology(5 hrs) BIOL 714. Cell Biology (4 hrs) To Read: : 23 hrs REQUIRED COURSES ELECTIVE COURSES: 9 HRS TOTAL REQUIRED CREDITS: 32 RED MA THESIS REQUI (23 credits) Required Behavioral Neuroscience Courses PSYCH 709.1 Basic Neuroscience: Molecular Neuroscience (3) PSYCH 7709.2 Basic Neuroscience: Systems Neuroscience (3) PSYCH 7709.3 Basic Neuroscience: Cognitive Neuroscience (3) PSYCH 7709.4 Basic Neuroscience: Behavioral Neuroscience (3) PSYCH 7704.1 Neuroscience Methods I: Statistics and Research Design (3) PSYCH 7704.2 Neuroscience Methods II: Quantitative Tools in Neuroscience (3) PSYCH 7774.1 Ethics (1) PSYCH 7774.2 Colloquium (1) (may be repeated for credit, max 2 credit hrs) PSYCH 7774.2 Colloquium (1) PSYCH 7774.3 Thesis Seminar (2) Behavioral Neuroscience Elective Courses (9 credits): Elective (3) Elective (3) Elective (3) ELECTIVE OPTIONS (9 hrs required) PSYCH 735: Psychology of Perception(3 hrs) PSYCH 738: Cognition (3 hrs) PSYCH 755: Psychopathology (3 hrs) PSYCH 760: Psychometric Methods (3 hrs) PSYCH 791: Seminar in Selected Topics in Psychology(3 hrs) PSYCH 817: Survey of Clinical Neuropsychology (3 hrs) BIOL 700. Genetics (4 hrs)

461 BIOL 710. Molecular Biology(5 hrs) BIOL 714. Cell Biology (4 hrs) In addition, other electives if preapproved by director of the MA program to allow -traditional neuroscience paths (e.g., computer students to (a) take non science/computational modeling) and/or (b) to enroll in graduate seminars that arise ad hoc (e.g., course on neural substrates of language processing). Justification: We have two goals in this program revision. (1) To make our program more competitive and on par with competing programs in NYC. (2) To introduce greater flexibility to allow students to pursue non -traditional careers in ve combined some prior courses: (i) we neuroscience, for example, combining neuroscience and law. To do this, we needed to streamline our course requirements. We ha combined the previous neuroanatomy course with sensory/motor system course into a new, single neuroscience systems course that covers neuroanatomy and the systems it supports simultaneously. This is actually the most common approach to this material. (i) We combined neurophysiology and neurochemistry/psychopharm into molecular neuroscience where students learn of neuroscience that e about chemical and electrical properties of the brain at a molecular level. We wish to construct a core that covers the basic very student would complete. To this core, we added behavioral neuroscience, not previously required, despite being a degree in behavioral neuroscience and we cha nged the prior requirement of 711.3, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience to part of the core sequence to make it simply Cognitive Neuroscience. In addition, we revisioned our stats and design courses to bring them up t o speed with modern quantitative methods in neuroscience (not psychology). To do this, we integrate basic stastics and design into a single course, Quantitative Methods I. We then create a second course, which will cover advanced quantitative methods relevant to neuroscience, including using R software to constru ct statistical models and introducing a critical perspective on the use/m isuse of statistics in neuroscience and the attendant problems with repeatability. A crucial aspect of becoming a neuroscient ist and becoming competitive for doctoral ee how scientist present data, the types of questions they are asked, how they answer and so programs is enculturation into the culture of science. Students need to attend talks to s dit hr) that on. Our program currently lacks this somewhat intangible but critical component of neuroscience education. To achieve this, we have created a seminar course (1 cre requires students to attend talks (the neuroscience doctoral program, for example, does this). We expect students to attend s eminars for two semesters. Finally, we created a lps teach them how to write a thesis, which our current program provides no formal training in. This Thesis workshop format course to be taken in students final semester that he reers. We eliminated the Seminar will also including working with students to prepare applications to doctoral programs, essentially facilitating their next step in their ca requirement for research credit. This is unnecessary. Students must complete a thesis and cannot do that without doing research, thus successfully completing and defending a research thesis de facto demonstrates the completed resea rch. We will still offer the course for credit if the student or faculty mentor wishes the student to receive transcript cred it for their research, but it is neither required nor will it count toward their degree. Finally, we wish to open up the courses th at can be applied to the elective requirement. We list the primary ones that students frequently take, but wish programmatic ability to approve other electives. This is necessary because we do not know in advance what courses may be relevant to a students career goals (for example, a course about neuroscience and the law, a course about computational modeling). Additionally, som e courses arise ad hoc (a professor offers a one -time seminar on a particular topic) and cannot be listed in advance. Fundamentally , these are not major changes, representing a condensing of some courses and the introduction of a more practical element (Neuroscience Methods II, Colloquia, Thesis Seminar). We have revised all the numbers to avoid u sing any course numbers used for prev ious courses. Overall, we reduce the total number of required hours to be competitive with other programs (e.g., new Cognitive Neuroscience MS at the Graduate Center requires only 32 credit hours) and to allow students to focus more time on research and no n-course related experience, such as attending talks. Attached is a document specifying requested changes to the Graduate Bulletin, which includes course descriptions for new courses, as well as lecture and credit hours and prerequisites.

462 Section AIV: New Courses October 29, 2018 1. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Academic Senate 9/13/2018) AIV. LCD 150. Linguistics Phonetics. 3 hr.; 3 cr. An introduction to phonetic science as used in linguistic theory and research. Addresses how speech sounds in the world’s languages are articulated and transcribed with the International Phonetic Alphabet as well as the use of acoustic analysis software to reveal acoustic properties of consonants, vowels, and prosody. JUSTIFICATION A course in linguistic phonetics is needed because the current phonetics class offered in the department (LCD 110) has a clin ical focus because it is designed for and exclusively offered to Communication Sciences and Disorders majors. Similarly, the current course offered within the major, LCD 130 (Sound Structure of English) also supports Applied Linguistics TESOL majors and has an exclusive focus on English. LCD 150, by contrast, will serve General Linguistics majors, by providing an introduction to phonetic sciences, a foundational subfield in linguistics. Although all three courses will overlap in instruction in basic so und articulation and phonetic transcription, in contrast ons with many languages, the use of acoustic analysis of the speech signal, and creating time to LCD 110 and 130, this new course will provide comparis -aligned transcriptions, which link text to sound. This background is essential for LCD 210, our phonology course, which will examine the sounds of human language as a ge Documentation and Endangered grammatical system. The material offered in the course will also be useful for LCD 205 (Sociolinguistics) and LCD 324 (Langua Languages) in which phonetic analyses play an important role. Finally, it will serve students in other majors, such as anthropology, languages, and psychology, who wish to have a more profound understanding of the science of speech. AIV. 2. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Academic Senate 9/13/2018) LCD 210: Phonology. 3 hr; 3 cr. Prereq.: LCD 101 and 150. Examination of the major sound patterns of human language, as gleaned from a wide variety of languages. Addresses in a step -by-step fashion the techniques of phonological analysis and the fundamental theories that underpin it. Students will learn how to analyze phonological data, how to think critically about da ta, how to formulate rules and hypotheses, and how to test them.

463 JUSTIFICATION Phonology is the study of the sound patterns of human language. As such, it constitutes one of the major branches of the field of n linguistics. There is currently a course offered by the department: LCD 130 (Sound Structure of English). This course has a exclusive focus on English and serves primarily the needs of students majoring in Applied Linguistics, whose goal is to become certified to teach English as a New Language (ENL), formerly known as English as a Second Language (ESL), in the New York State public school system. The proposed new cour se LCD 210, on the other hand, is designed to serve the needs of General Linguistics majors, co- majors, and minors: a basic understanding of descriptive patterns and theoretical treatments of widely different sound systems based on examination of several dozen languages of the world. AIV. 3. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Academic Senate 9/13/2018) LCD 324: Linguistic Field Methods and Endangered Languages . 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prereqs: LCD 116, 210, and 220. Students will engage with a native speaker of an unfamiliar language and collectively work out the rules and patterns of their language bas ed on their responses. Students will learn state -of-the -art techniques in video and a udio recording as well as creating time aligned annotations and linguistic databases. The course will be typologically oriented, meaning we will tackle grammatical themes with a -linguistic comparison. view towards cross JUSTIFICATION We should take pride in Queens for being home to the greatest linguistic diversity on the planet. Much of this diversity, however, is now endangered as globalization, urbanization and environmental degradation put unprecedented pressure on traditional communities throughout the world. It thus becomes incumbent on linguists to address the impending loss of over half the world’s languages by the end of this century. With this in mind, LCD 324 will teach students the skills to begin documenting and analyzing a language starting from scratch. This course will be key to supporting the on- going effort by linguists and members of communities of immigrants in Queens who speak lesser used languages to document, value, and maintain those languages here and in their home countries. AIV.4. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Academic Senate 9/13/2018)

464 LCD 343. Certification and Professionalization Workshop in TESOL. 1 hr; 1cr. Co- req.: LCD 341. Guidance in the process of obtaining New York State Initial Certification for students in the TESOL program. Review of the principles of ethics and responsibilities relevant to a teacher of young Multilingual Learners. Justif ication As the teacher certification process has become more challenging and time -consuming, teacher candidates need to dedicate more effort into the process. Currently, this is eating up time that could otherwise be focused on development as student teachers. The purpose of the course is to provide a space separate from the student teaching class that will allow our teacher candidates t o have guidance in preparation for the teaching certification exams (specifically, currently the Content Specialty Test and the Ed- TPA). It will also allow further guidance in developing professionalism needed to transition from the role of student to that of teacher. AIV. 5. European Languages and Literatures (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) ITAL 21 0. Italian through the Visual Arts. 3 hr.; 3 cr. Background for Italian accomplishments in the visual arts, including painting and sculpture, drawings, fashion and illustrati on. Topics include historical periods and movements that have been significant in the development of visual culture. The class can also be offered as a hybrid and may include field visits to museums and exhibitions in NY on Italian art. Justification: This revision of Italian 209 reflects the new structure of the Italian major and minor and the needs of our student population to have access to a more diverse and interdisciplinary approach to language and culture as well as to new developments in teaching and learning using digital tools. AIV. 6. School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Approved Senate 9/13/2018) GEOL 328. Volcanoes and Climate. 3 hours, 3 credits. Prerequisite: GEOL 201 or GEOL 216 or permission of instructor. A discussion- based review of interactions between volcanic eruptions and the climate system throughout Earth history. Students will examine relationships among volcanology, petrology, climatology and meteorology through analysis of peer -reviewed scientific literature. Justification:

465 This multi- disciplinary, discussion- based course addresses the need for geology and environmental science students to understand o processes linking the geosphere and the atmosphere, on timescales of days to million years over Earth history. The course als aims to foster the ability of students to evaluate and synthesize peer -reviewed scientific literature. The course represents a timely elective for our -level offerings in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences and will serve as an addition to the upper Geology and Environmental Science majors. The course is designed as web- enhanced and, once approved by the UCC, will be submitted to the Writing -Intensive Subcommittee for W designation. Section AV: Changes in Existing Courses October 29, 2018 AV.1. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: . Voices of New York 388 /ANTH 388 LCD Number/Title Title . Voices of New York 288 LCD 288 /ANTH Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prerequisites 6 credits in social sciences or in courses in the credits in social sciences or in courses in the 12 Prerequisites Department of Linguistics and Communication Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders, or permission of instructor. Disorders, or permission of instructor. Description Description A research seminar using sociolinguistic and A research seminar using sociolinguistic and anthropological perspectives to explore anthropological perspectives to explore cur rent language use and attitudes in New York. Students current language use and attitudes in New will formulate research questions, and design and York. Students will formulate research questions, and design and carry out original carry out original eld research projects to answer these questions. (SYN) eld research projects to answer these questions. (SYN)

466 Justification : disciplinary course in undergraduate research for majors and non- This course has been offered since 2011 as a pioneering inter majors alike. With the increasing undergraduate research offerings, although we would keep it open to non- majors, it would work better requiring an increased amount of prerequisites in terms of exposure to social science and linguistic empirical research. Justification: 2. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) AV. To: From: 144 W. Language and Social Diversity LCD LCD 244 W. Language and Social Diversity Number/Title Title Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description based course involving involving sociolinguistics based course - A research A research - with an international focus, designed for sociolinguistics with an international focus, designed for undergraduates with no undergraduates with no background in the field. background in the field. Students explore Students explore sociolinguistic research through sociolinguistic research through reading reading representative but accessible studies and representative but accessible studies and research through their own carefully structured through their own carefully structured projects. (SS, WC) research projects. (SS, WC Justification: This writing intensive class is designed to develop students ability to read social science research and summarize what the s tudies that are read explain. It will be more effective to run this class after some other concepts have been provided and all students have completed an introductory composition class.

467 AV. 3. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: LCD 241. Methods and Materials of TESOL: LCD 241. Methods and Materials of TESOL: Title Number/Title Reading, Writing Listening, Speaking, Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing Hours/Credits cr Hours/Credits 3 hr. plus 50 hr. of fieldwork; 3 hr. plus 50 hr. of fieldwork; 3 cr. 4 Prerequisites LCD 101, 120, and 130; prereq. or co - req.: LCD req.: LCD 240; - LCD 101, 120, and 130; prereq. or co Prerequisites 240; SEYS 201W, 221; ECPSE 350; and EECE SEYS 201W, 221; ECPSE 350; and EECE 310/310W 310/310W Description Description This course is an introduction to the methods and This course is an introduction to the methods ESOL/ESL courses. materials used in TESOL/ESL courses. We will and materials used in T focus on applying these methods to the teaching of We will focus on applying these methods to listening, speaking, reading, and the four skills: the teaching of the four skills: listening, writing. The class covers how to adapt methods and speaking, reading, and writing. The class materials to suit learner populations of different covers how to adapt methods and materials to ages and at varying levels of English proficiency. suit learner populations of different ages and of English proficiency. The The role of instructional technology (e.g. at varying levels omputers in ESL audiovisual, multimedia, c role of instructional technology (e.g. instruction) will also be addressed. There is a field audiovisual, multimedia, computers in ESL instruction) will also be addressed. There is a experience requirement in a variety of school field experience requirement in a variety of settings in conformity with New York State school settings in conformity with New York Certification requirements. Classes may State Cer tification requirements. sometimes be held at these locations. Justification: There is no rationale for the extra credit: Meetings are the same as in any 3 credit class. The last sentence regarding off -site classes is removed because in practice this has not happened and there is no likelihood of it happening in the future.

468 AV. 4. European Language s and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) To: From: RUSS 244, 244W. Russian and East European Number/Title Title RUSS 244, 244W. Russian and East European Film and Media Film and Media 4 hr .; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr .; 3 cr. Hours/Credits Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description This course will treat various aspects of Russian This course will treat various aspects of Russian and East European film and media: film and media: aesthetic, and East European aesthetic, cultural, political, and historical. In cultural, political, and historical. In particular particular semesters the course may deal with semesters the course may deal with specific topics, ectors. Lectures specific topics, periods, or dir periods, or directors. Lectures in English. Films will in English. Films will be shown in the original be shown in the original languages with English languages with English subtitles. May be ted once for credit provided subtitles. May be repea repeated once for credit provided the topic is the topic is different. (AP, ET) different. (AP, ET) Justification: This change from 4 to 3 hours reflects the growing accessibility of film and media outside of the classroom setting. Instead of viewing class sessions, students are able to access and reflect on required coursework required media assignments in their entirety during in- before class. Class time can be fully devoted to discussing and critiquing assigned materials within a more abbreviated time schedule. AV. 5. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: Garde - Avant The Russian Silver Age and . 285 RUSS The Silver Age of Russian Literature . 360 RUSS Number/Title Title 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits

469 Prerequisites Prereq.: RUSS 331 or permission of the Prerequisites ENGL 110 department Description Description An introduction to some of the works of the most An introduction to some of the works of the of critics most important Russian writers and poets, artists, and important Russian writers, cultural activists of the beginning of the twentieth the beginning of the twentieth century. Emphasis is placed on the evolution of century . Emphasis is placed on the analysis of literary trends and on the analysis of literary and cultural literary trends, such as Symbolism, movements such as Symbolism, Acmeism, Acmeism, Formalism, Futurism, and Avant -Garde . Formalism, Futurism Justification: th These changes reflect a larger variety of the topics, which shall be studies in connection with the first two decades of the 20 century as one of the most important periods in Russian literature and culture. This allows for the course to become availabl e to all students rather than only to those who can read Russian. This also gives more course option for students and allows more This course counts towards the requirements for the major or minor flexibility in fulfilling the minor and the major requirements. in Russian. AV. 6. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: RUSS RUSS . Pushkin Title 375 275 . Pushkin Number/Title 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits Prereq.: RUSS 331 or permission of the Prerequisites Prerequisites ENGL 110 department Description Description with A close reading of selected works, A critical study of Pushkin’s major works (in translation), with lectures on his lectures on life, times, and literary life, times, and Pushkin’s influence literary influence. Justification:

470 These changes in course number and in prerequisite reflect a more logical sequence of study of the subject and the time period, including this author, his works, and his influence on the entire Russian literature. These changes allow for the course to become available to all students rather than only to those who can read Russian. This also gives more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor and the major requirements. This course counts towards the requirements for the major or minor in Russian. AV. 7. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: RUSS Number/Title . Gogol Title RUSS 276 . Gogol. 376 Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prerequisites Prereq.: RUSS 331. Prerequisites ENGL 110 Description Description A critical study of the author’s life and principal A critical study of the author’s life and , and their influence on principal writings, and their influence on writings (in translation) Russian literature. Russian literature. Justification: These changes in course number and in prerequisite reflect a more logical sequence of study of the subject and the time perio d, particularly this author, his works, and his influence. This allows for the course to becom e available to all students rather than only to those who can read Russian. This also gives more course option for students and allows more flexibility in fulfilling the minor and the major requirements. This course counts towards the requirements for the major or minor in Russian. AV. 8. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: GERM 250, 250W. German Film and Media German 250, 250W. German Film and Media Number/Title Title

471 Hours/Credits .; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr .; 3 cr. 4 hr Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description The course will treat various aspects of The course will treat various aspects of German cinema and media: historical, cultural, aesthetic, German cinema and media: historical, political, technical, etc. In a given semester, the cultural, aesthetic, political, technical, etc. In a tendency (such as course may deal with a certain a given semester, the course may deal with the Heimat film), period (such as New German certain tendency (such as the Heimat film), Cinema), or director (such as Lang, Murnau, period (such as New German Cinema), or Fassbinder, or Wenders). Lectures and work will be director (such as Lang, Murnau, Fassbinder, or Wenders). Lectures and work will be done done in English; films will be shown in the original in English; films will be shown in the original language with subtitles. May be taken more th an language with subtitles. May be tak en more once for credit provided topic is different than once for credit provided topic is different Justification: This change from 4 to 3 hours reflects the growing accessibility of film and media outside of the classroom setting. Instead of viewing required media assignments in their entirety during in- class sessions, students are able to access and reflect on required coursework before class. Class time can be fully devoted to discussing and critiquing assigned materials within a more abbreviated time schedule. AV. 9. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: Number/Title ITAL 207 . Survey of Italian Poetry. Title ITAL 207. Italian through Literature Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3hr; 3 cr. Prerequisites ITAL 204 or permission of the department Prerequisites

472 Description Description Reading and analysis of representative works from Reading and analysis of representative works from the Middle Ages through the present; the Middle Ages through to the present; special special emphasis on the history of literary emphasis on the history and cultural contexts of literary movements. movements. Required for majors and others planning to take elective courses in the department. This change in the title reflects Justification: the new structure of the Italian major and minor and the needs of our student population to have access to a more diverse and interdisciplinary approach to language and culture as well as to the new s. developments in teaching and learning using digital tool AV. 10. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) To: From: Number/Title ITAL 208. Survey of Italian Prose. Title Italian 208. Italian Cultural Studies 3 Hours/Credits Hours/Credits hr; 3 cr. 3 hr.; 3 cr. ITAL 204 or permission of the department. Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description Reading and analysis of representative works An interdisciplinary approach to Italian culture, identity and the Made in Italy. Readings will vary from the Middle Ages through the present; The history of literary special emphasis on according to the different topics and epochs on which the class will focu Required for majors and others movements. s to include the culture of planning to take elective courses in the food; fashion and nation building; popular music; department opera; print culture and magazines; Italian American encounters; Italian diasporic communities; Italian and the digital age, etc. The course may be offered as a hybrid.

473 Justification: This change in the title and content reflect the new structure of the Italian major and minor and the needs of our student population to have access to a more diverse and interdisciplinary approach to language and culture as well as to new developments in teaching and learning using digital tools. AV. 11. European Languages and Literatures (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) To: From: ITAL 250, 250W. Italian Film and Media Title Ital 250, 250W. Italian Film and Media Number/Title 4 hr .; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3hr ; 3 cr . Hours/Credits Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description The course will treat various aspects of Italian The course will treat various aspects of Italian cinema and media: historical, cultural, aesthetic, cinema and media: historical, cultural, aesthetic, political, technical, etc. In a given political, technical, etc. In a given semester, the semester, the course may deal with a certain course may deal with a certain tendency (such as neo -Realism), period, or an tendency (such as neo -Realism), period, or an individual director ti, Fellini, or (such as De Sica, Rossellini, Viscon individual director (such as De Sica, Antonioni). In others, the course will explore the Rossellini, Visconti, Fellini, or Antonioni). In changing landscape of film and new media in the others, the course will explore the changing or the role of costume edia in the age of landscape of film and new m age of the digital revolution design and fashion in film . Lectures and work will the digital revolution. Lectures and work will be done in English; films will be shown in the be done in English; films will be sh own in the original language with subtitles. May be taken original language with subtitles. May be taken more more than once for credit provided topic is than once for credit provided topic is different. different. Justification: This change from 4 to 3 hours reflects the growing accessibility of film and media outside of the classroom setting. Instead of viewing required media assignments in their entirety during in- class sessions, students are able to access and reflect on

474 requi red coursework before class. Class time can be fully devoted to discussing and critiquing assigned materials within a more abbreviated time schedule. 12. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) AV. To: From: Number/Title FREN 250, 250W. French and Francophone Film Title FREN 250, 250W. French and Francophone Film and and Media Media Hours/Credits 4 hr .; 3 cr. Hours/Credits 3 hr.; 3 cr. Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description The course will deal with the various The course will deal with the various elements of elements of French and Francophone cinema: French and Francophone cinema: historical, historical, cultural, aesthetic, political, cultural, aesthetic, political, technical, etc. Particular courses may deal with a certain tendency technical, etc. Particular courses may deal (such as the “New Wave”), period, or individual as the “New with a certain tendency (such director (such as Renoir, Cocteau, Godard, Varda, Wave”), period, or individual director (such or Sembene). Lectures and work will be done in as Renoir, Cocteau, Godard, Varda, or English; films will be shown in the original Sembene). Lectures and work will be done in English; films will be shown in the original language with subtitles. May be taken more than language with subtitles. May be taken more once for credit pr ovided the topic is different. the topic is than once for credit provided ACTFL standards 2a, 2c different. ACTFL standards 2a, 2c Justification: This change from 4 to 3 hours reflects the growing accessibility of film and media outside of the classroom setting. Instead of viewing required media assignments in their entirety during in- class sessions, students are able to access and reflect on requir ed coursework before class. Class time can be fully devoted to discussing and critiquing assigned materials within a more abbreviated time schedule.

475 AV .13. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) To: From: Title Number/Title Hours/Credits Hours/Credits Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description .14. AV Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) From: To: Number/Title Title Hours/Credits Hours/Credits Prerequisites Prerequisites Description Description .15. Linguistics and Communication Disorders (Approved by Senate 9/13/2018) AV To: From: Number/Title Title Hours/Credits Hours/Credits Prerequisites Prerequisites

476 Description Description Section AVI: Courses Withdrawn October 29, 2018 AV I.1. SLAV 240. Studies in Slavic and East European Languages. SLAV 240.1–240.3, 1–3 hr.; 1–3 cr. Section AVII: Affiliation Agreements October 29, 2018

477 CUNY School of Professional Studies Part A: Academic Matters Chancellor’s University Report – T A: ACADEMIC MATTERS PAR Sociology Revisions for the B.A . in AIII.1 CUNY School of Professional Studies Program: in Sociology BA Program Code: 34441 Effective: Spring 2019 From From Course/Description/Credits Course/Description/Credits - 42 credits - 42 credits 36 36 – General Education General Education – R R equired Courses – 24 credits – 18 credits equired Courses RM 201 - Introduction to Research Methods RM 201 - Intro duction to Research Methods SOC 101 - SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Social Statistics SOC 302 - Social Statistics SOC 302 - SOC 310 - SOC 310 - Foundations of Sociological Theory Foundations of Sociological Theory OR SOC 490 - Ethnography Ethnography OR SOC 490 - SOC 491 - Comparative Methods SOC 491 - Comparative Methods OR Senior Capstone SOC 499 - Senior Capstone OR SOC 499 - Sociology Internship SOC 497 - SOC 497 - Sociology Internship Race, Class and Gender 203 - SOC SOC 203 - Race, Class and Gender Self and Social Interaction SOC 319 - SOC 319 - Self and Social Interaction 18 credits equired Sociology Electives – R R – 15 credits equired Sociology Electives (complete 18 credits from the following, nine of which must come from (complete 15 credits from the following, six of which must come from -level (300 or 400) courses) upper -level (300 or 400) courses) upper Race, Class and Gender SOC 203 - Inequality Urban Sociology SOC 208 - Race, Class and Gender SOC 203 - Social Problems SOC 216 - Urban Sociology SOC 208 - SOC 304 - Global Culture and Diversity SOC 216 - Social Problems SOC 313 - Stratification SOC 304 - Global Culture and Diversity SOC 320 - Sociology of the Body 313 - SOC Stratification Independent Study SOC 380 - Sociology of the Body SOC 320 - Social Movements and Collective Behavior SOC 418 - Independent Study SOC 380 - SOC ogy Special Topics in Sociol - 370 470 SOC 418 - Social Movements and Collective Behavior Institutions Special Topics in Sociology SOC 470 370 - Organizational Change and Leadership ORGD 341 - Institutions Sociology of the Family SOC 206 - Organizational Change and Leadership ORGD 341 - Introduction to Criminal Justice SOC 207 - Sociology of the Family SOC 206 - Sociology of Religion SOC 226 - Introduction to Criminal Justice SOC 207 - SOC 250 - Transformations of Work in America SOC 226 - Sociology of Religion - SOC 250 Transformations of Work in America SOC 319 - Self and Social Interaction

478 SOC 319 - Self and Social Interaction Sociology of Culture - SOC 405 Sociology of Education SOC 405 - SOC 406 - Sociology of Culture Sociology of Health and Medicine SOC 407 - SOC 406 - Sociology of Education Legal Sociology SOC 408 - Political- Sociology of Health and Medicine SOC 407 - SOC 419 - The Digital Revolution and the Information Society SOC 408 - Political- Legal Sociology SOC 420 - Sociology of Mental Illness SOC 419 - The Digital Revolution and the Information Society - 42 – 36 es Free Electiv - 51 credits 45 Free Electives – – TOTAL 120 credits TOTAL – 120 credits Rationale: The increase in the number of required credits relative to elective credits will create a more streamlined and focused sociol ogy program. —emphasi Based on the revitalized program mission and learning outcomes zing a generalist sociology education—prescribing the bulk of the program’s courses as required will ensure that students are exposed to a good balance of foundational sociological theories, research methods, and applications. It will also help students an d program administrators with academic planning. Requiring students to take 9 credits in upper -level courses —clearly defined as 300- 400 level courses —will clarify that coursework in electives must reflect different levels of academic rigor. Eliminate cours e clusters designations: “Inequality” and “Institutions.” Since requirements for students to take courses in these clusters w as never formalized removing, these designations will streamline the curriculum and reduce curriculum and academic planning confusions. Moving sociology elective — courses to the major’s required courses will ensure clearer alignment with revised program learning outcomes. AIV: NEW COURSES AIV.1 Sociology Department(s) Career [X] Undergraduate [] Graduate Academic Level [x] Reg ular [] Compensatory [] Developmental [] Remedial Subject Area Sociology Course Number SOC 420 Course Title Sociology of Mental Illness Catalogue Description ental illness,” as Psychology and psychiatry identify the causes of sadness, madness, anxiety and trouble, AKA “m originating within the “mind” or, increasingly, the brain. The sociology of mental illness, by contrast, focuses on processes in the social and cultural context, and how the very concepts of mental illness, abnormal or crazy are constructed in the first place, then applied by both “mental health” professionals and persons in their everyday lives. In one way or another, social structure, relationships and culture are significant factors in the genesis of “mental illness”. We will examine major social models of “mental illness,” aiming to understand and evaluate their basic concepts and assumptions, as well as the response to “mental illness,” including how family, friends, troubled persons and professionals interpret, define and respond to “mental illness” and the processes shaping the policies and practices of the mental health enterprise. Pre/ Co Requisites None Credits 3 Contact Hours 3 Liberal Arts [X] Yes [] No Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC,

479 etc) General Educatio n ____ Not Applicable Component ____ Required ____ English Composition ____ Mathematics ____ Science ___ Flexible ___ World Cultures ___ US Experience in its Diversity ___ Creative Expression ___ Individual and Society ___ Scientific World AV: 1 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 TO FROM Sociology Departments No change Departments SOC 302 – Social Statistics Course No change Course Pre or co requisite Prerequisite SOC 101 and RM 201 RM 201 Hours No changes Hours 45 redits 3 Credits No changes C Description This course aims to enhance and develop This course aims to enhance and develop Description competences acquired in introduction to research competences acquired in introduction to research methods courses by focusing specifically on social methods courses by focusing specifically on social statistics: the descriptive, inferential, bivariate, and statistics: the descriptive, inferential, bivariate, and stical concepts and techniques used multivariate statistical concepts and techniques multivariate stati used to address sociological research questions to address sociological research questions through through social science data analysis. Students social science data analysis. Students learn how to locate, generate, interpret, and report on quantitative learn how to locate, generate, interpret, and report data results produced by standard statistical computer on quantitati ve data results produced by standard programs, databases, and tools. Note: For statistical computer programs, databases, and requirement purposes SOC 302 is the equivalent to tools . Note: For requirement purposes SOC 302 is the equivalent to CM 411 CM 411 Requirement No changes Required Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) General Education __X__Not Applicable __X__Not Applicable General Education ____Required Component Component ____Required ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ble ___Flexi ___Flexible

480 ___World Cultures ld Cultures ___Wor ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Spring 2019 Effective logical research SOC 101 is needed for foundational understanding of sociological issues to be applied to socio the core focus in Rationale: — SOC 302 and should thus become a pre- requisite for the course. Eliminating the note in the course description is needed as the CM 411 course has been radically changed and no longer aligns with SOC 302. be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 Changes to AV: 2 TO FROM Sociology Departments No change Departments Course SOC 304 Global Culture and Diversity – No change Course None Prerequisite No change Pre or co requisite 45 No changes Hours Hours Credits No changes dits Cre 3 Description The contempo rary world features astonishing Description The contemporary world features astonishing cultural cultural diversity, easily accessed through diversity, easily accessed through communication networks and international trade. How do recent communication networks and international trade. technological developments in communication and This course will examine classical and e throughout the globe? Do we live media affect cultur contemporary theories of cultural development and in an age in which ‘global culture’ dominates local its stages, as well as problems posed by gl obal cultures? This course examines these and other diversity: inequality, imperialism, is communication, questions utilizing classical and contemporary and intercultural strife. theories and research pertaining to economic is the SOC purposes 304 requirement For Note: and sustainable disparity, cultural diversity 304 CM to equivalent development in modernizing post -colonial is the 304 SOC purposes requirement For Note: CM to equivalent . 304 Requirement No Requirement No changes Designation Designation [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable General Education General Education __X__Not Applicable ____Required ____Required Component Component ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures

481 ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Spring 2019 Effective SOC 304 course description needs to be changed to align with revised course content. The added note about equivalence of this Rationale: course with CM 304 is no longer relevant as the latter course has been totally revamped and no longer relates to SOC 304. AV: 3 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 TO FROM Sociology Departments No change Departments SOC 490 – Ethnography Course No change Course Pre or co requisite Prerequisite SOC 101 and RM 201 SOC 101, PSY 101 or equivalent urs 45 Hours No changes Ho 3 Credits No changes Credits Description No changes Description This course is designed to provide an overview of ethnographic research methods. Students will gain understanding of the process, tools, rewards and ymbolic challenges of observing and describing s interaction within cultural fields. They will evaluate the contributions of ethnographic research to anthropological and sociological theory and knowledge and compare its utility relative to other e social science research methods such as quantitativ and historical analysis. Students will study and evaluate specific ethnographic studies and conduct their own ethnographic research projec t. Required (non Requirement Required - optional) Requirement Designation Designation Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) General Education __X__Not Applicable __X__Not Applicable General Education ____Required ____Required Component Component ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World

482 Effective Spring 2019 Effective RM 201 is needed for foundational understanding of social science research — including qualitative research — the methods Rationale: requisite for the course. Eliminating the PSY 101 requirement is appropriate framework of SOC 490 and should thus become a pre- ng eliminated from the SOC curriculum, SOC as the course does not deal with psychological content, Also, because SOC 491 is bei optional requirement for the major. 490 shall become a non - AV: 4 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 TO FROM Sociology Departments Departments No change SOC 499 – Senior C apstone Course No change Course Pre or co requisite Prerequisite SOC 203, 302, 310, 319 and Department SOC 302 and Department Permission Permission Hours 45 Hours No changes 3 Credits No changes Credits All students are expected to complete a se nior Description All students are expected to complete a senior Description research project under the direction of a faculty research project. This capstone project will expand mentor. This capstone project will expand upon and upon and integrate work completed in previous integrate work completed in previous courses and courses and provide students with an opportunity to apply methods of scholarly research to issues provide students with an opportunity to apply methods of scholarly and/or action research to issues and and problems of their own choosing. The final problems of their own choosing. The final results of results of this study will be shared through ePortfolios. this study will be shared through ePortfolios on a virtual “commons” used for publication/presentation and critique open to all. Requirement Required Requirement No changes Designation Designation [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing etc) Intensive, WAC, Intensive, WAC, etc) neral Education Ge __X__Not Applicable General Education __X__Not Applicable ____Required ____Required Component Component ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spring 2019 Rationale: Core required courses in Sociology (SOC 203, 310 and 319) are being added (to SOC 302 as Department Permission) as pre - requisites to prepare students adequately to carry out both the technical aspects of social research a nd the conceptual and

483 substantive aspects of a major research project that is required in the SOC 499 capstone course. The course description has b een amended to reflect the current major revision in the capstone course. 5 Changes to be offered in th e BA in Sociology, program code 34441 AV: TO FROM Departments No change Departments Sociology SOC 319 – Self and Social Interaction Course No change Course None Prerequisite SOC 101 Pre or co requisite 45 Hours No changes Hours Credits No ch anges Credits 3 Social psychology provides a framework for analyzing No changes Description Description the emergence and construction of self, identity, cognition and personality in the context of groups, cultures, networks (including digital networks), udents will examine organizations and communities. St and apply concepts and ideas from social learning theory, psychoanalysis and post -analytic theories, cognitive development theory, exchange theory, dramaturgy and symbolic interaction to understand self, identity the emergence and development of self, presentatio - and self n. No Requirement Required Requirement Designation Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. W riting (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable __X__Not Applicable General Education General Education ____Required Component ____Required Component ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scienti fic World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spring 2019 Rationale: SOC 319 complements and is fundamental to the curriculum in Sociology to provide macro - micro balance in the theoretical perspectives and social research applications students learn in the major and i s thus being designated as a required course. Moreover, SOC 101 is needed for foundational understanding of sociological issues to prepare students for this intermediate l evel SOC 319 course in micro- sociological theories/research on the self and identity in social context and is thus being added as a pre- requisite.

484 AV: 6 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 FROM TO Departments No change Departments Sociology SOC 380 – Independent Study Course Course No change Prerequisite Pre or co RM 201 and SOC 310, plus permission of the Academic Director RM 201, SOC 203, SOC 310, SOC 319 and equisite are required. Department permission. r 45 Hours Hours No changes Credits 3 Credits No changes Description be taken under the supervision of an No changes The Independent Study will Description instructor. The student will develop a proposal and rationale for the Independent Study, which must be approved in advance by the instructor. The instructor and the student will develop a set of se, including the scope of reading and guidelines for the cour writing assignments. These guidelines will be submitted to the Academic Director in the form of a course proposal and plan. Students will be limited to one independent study in fulfillment of the elective requirement. No Requirement Requirement No changes Designation Designation Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, Intensive, WAC, etc) etc) l General __X__Not Applicable Genera __X__Not Applicable ____Required ____Required n Educatio Education ____English Composition ____English Composition Component Component ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spri ng 2019 Rationale: SOC 203 and SOC 319 are being added to RM 201 and SOC 310 and Department permission as pre - requisites to appropriately prepare students to select topics and undertake an independent project for SOC 380. Increasing the pre- requisites w ill also convey to students that SOC 380 is an upper level course requiring a good foundation in sociology theory and areas of inquiry.

485 AV: 7 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 FROM TO Departments N o change Departments Sociology SOC 470 – Special Topics in Sociology Course Course – Special Topics in Sociology SOC 370 Pre or co requisite SOC 101 A minimum of 60 undergraduate credits plus an Prerequisite introduction to research methods in the social and . behavioral sciences 45 Hours No changes Hours Credits Credits No changes 3 This course provides students with the opportunity to This course provides students with the opportunity to Description Description study new and/or other specialized topics in Sociology study new and/or other specialized topics in Sociology not covered in existing courses. Topics may vary from not covered in existing courses. Topics may vary from term to term to reflect the inter ests of faculty and reflect the interests of faculty and term to term to students. Course descriptions for a given semester in students. Course descriptions for a given semester in which the course is offered may be obtained by going which the course is offered may be obtained by going mailing the instructor to the college website and/or e- to the college website and/or e- mailing the instructor before registration. Students may take this course before registration. more than once for credit but may not repeat topics. Requirement No Requirement N o changes Designation Designation Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Int, (e.g. Writing WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable __X__Not Applicable General General Education Component ____Required Education ____Required ____English Composition Component ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spring 2019 Rationale: This course is being re - numbered to SOC 370 — to denote that it is an intermediate - level course in sociology. SOC 101 is being added as the sole pre- requisite as it provides foundational understanding of sociological issues, concepts, and perspectives that will frame any topic of content in this course. We are hoping to expand offerings under this course title to encourage students across majors to enroll in special course topics pertinent to their majors. Course description altered to remove confusing and larg ely irrelevant instruction about taking the course more t han one time. AV: 8 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 FROM TO

486 Departments Sociology Departments No change SOC 405 Sociology of Culture Course No change Course – None Prerequisite SOC 101 Pre or co requisite 4 Hours No changes Hours 5 3 Credits No changes Credits This course provides an overview of sociological Description No changes Description approaches to the production, distribution, consumption, interpretation and preservation of culture and cultural artifacts. Students will analyze how patterns of cultural consumption define social groups, how these consumption patterns both reflect and shape social status and power and how these relate to the sustainability of a cultural heritage. Students will develop an understanding of how logical approaches to culture differ from those of socio other disciplines, notably the humanities. Requirement No Requirement No changes Designation Designation [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts Course Attribute Course Attribute (e. g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable General Education General Education __X__Not Applicable Component Component ____Required ____Required ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Di versity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Spring 2019 Effective - level Rationale: SOC 101 is needed for foundational understanding of sociological issues and perspectives required to understand the upper 405 and is thus being designated a pre - requisite. content in SOC AV: 9 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 FROM TO Departments Departments No change Sociology – Sociology of Education Course Course No change SOC 406 Pre or co requisit e None Prerequisite SOC 101 Hours 45 Hours No changes 3 Credits No changes Credits

487 Description The course will provide an overview of the American No changes Description Educational system as an institution. Students will learn and apply sociological theories of education, evaluate research on education, understand the role of education in social reproduction as well as social dynamics and change, and develop awareness of how education affects their own lives . Requirement Requirement No changes No De signation Designation [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) Intensive, WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable General Education __X__Not Applicable General Education Component ____Required ____Required Component on Composition ____English Compositi ____English ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spring 2019 SOC 101 is needed for foundational understand - level Rationale: ing of sociological issues and perspectives required to understand the upper requisite. content in SOC 406 and is thus being designated a pre - 0 Changes to be offered in the BA in Sociology, program code 34441 AV: 1 FROM TO Departments D epartments No change Sociology Course SOC 407 – Sociology of Health and Medicine Course No change Pre or co requisite Prerequisite SOC 101 None Hours 45 Hours No changes Credits 3 Credits No changes Description This course examines current issues in health, h ealing, and No changes Description medicine from a sociological perspective. Students will use the sociological imagination to develop a deeper understanding of patterned relationships among social, cultural, political, organizational and economic contexts and individual health/ illness definitions and outcomes. Course assignments will engage students in empirical analysis and critical thinking about connections between demographic characteristics such related as race, ethnicity, education and income, and health -

488 outcomes such as s tress, health education, health maintenance, and chronic diseases. Student projects will evaluate the impact of social policies and/or of technologies on environmental factors, health education and health care delivery within broader institutional systems. Requirement Requirement No No changes Designation Designation Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing (e.g. Writing Int. Intensive, WAC, etc) WAC, etc) General Education ation General Educ __X__Not Applicable __X__Not Applicable ____Required Component ____Required onent Comp ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Effective Spring 201 9 Rationale: - level SOC 101 is needed for foundational understanding of sociological issues and perspectives required to understand the upper - requisite. content in SOC 407 and is thus being designated a pre 1 Changes to be offered in the BA in Soci AV: 1 ology, program code 34441 FROM TO Sociology Departments Departments No change Course SOC 320 – Sociology of the Body Course No change Pre or co requisite None Prerequisite SOC 101 Hours Hours No changes 45 Credits 3 Credits No changes Description This course examines the body as social construction that is situated No changes Description within a particular social and historical context. Students will understand how bodies become gendered, raced, classed, and ons and sexualized in ways that create and reinforce social instituti relations of power. They will analyze the reciprocal processes of structuration: how the body is shaped by social expectations and symbolic exchange, how meanings are attached to bodies and n shape different body parts, and how these interpretations in tur social relations. Students will critically evaluate the experience of embodiment and the contribution of sociological theories and data to our understanding of the process. They will write two course papers

489 on the sociology of the body. Requirement Requirement No changes No Designation Designation [] Yes [X] No Liberal Arts Liberal Arts [] Yes [X] No Course Attribute Course Attribute (e.g. Writing Inten. (e.g. Writing Intensive, WAC, etc) WAC, etc) __X__Not Applicable _Not Applicable __X_ General Education General Education Comp ____Required Component onent ____Required ____English Composition ____English Composition ____Mathematics ____Mathematics ____Science ____Science ___Flexible ___Flexible ___World Cultures ___World Cultures ___US Experience in its Diversity ___US Experience in its Diversity ___Creative Expression ___Creative Expression ___Individual and Society ___Individual and Society ___Scientific World ___Scientific World Effective Spring 2019 Effective le: SOC 101 is needed for foundational understanding of sociological issues and perspectives required to understand the upper Rationa level content - in SOC 320 and is thus being designated a pre - requisite. Course Withdrawal Request SECTION AVI Courses Withdrawn SOC 491 Comparative Methods - This course was not developed i Rationale: n Blackboard and has not been offered. Removing it will have little to no impact on students. SOC 497 Sociology Internship - Thi s course was not developed i n Blackboar d and has not been offered. Removing it will have little to no impact on students. Rationale: SOC 313 – Stratification i n Blackboard and has not been offered. Removing it will have little to no impact on students. Rationale: This course was not developed SOC 418 - Social Movements and Collective Behavior Rationale: This course was not developed i n Blackboard and has not been offered. Removing it will have little to no impact on students. SOC 226 Sociology of Religion - Thus, no course site is available on Blackboard and has not run. d but never received final approval . Rationale: The course was develope Removing it will have little to no impact on students. SOC 408 - Political - Legal Sociology Rationale: The course was developed but never received final approval. Thus, no course site is available on Blackboard and has not run. Removing it will have little to no impact on students. SOC 419 - The Digital Revolution and the Information Society Rationale: Course site on Blackboard is dated both in conten t and LMS. Since Sociology is moving in a direction of focusing on inequality, we will not re -develop this course leaving room to develop new courses that fit with Sociology aims. Removing it will have little to no impact on students.

490 Baruch College Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President CUNY Startups Functional Title Name Type SW Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Salary Hrs Components Asst Exec Dir Com Rel Wf Arteaga,Remigio J Ecp (Not 10/15/2018 *Base Sal $188,000.00 Acting) -Astadm Administrator Dev Dean's Office - ZSB Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $251,078.00 *Base Sal Asst Vp Finance Davis - friday,Paquit Ecp (Not Y Asst Vice 4/2/2018 a President Acting) Student Affairs & Serv Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Assc Dean Assc Dn Student Virkus - Estrada,Ann Ecp (Not 8/15/2018 *Base Sal $140,000.00 Acting) ie Jean Affairs Total Action Appointment: 3 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 3 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 3

491 Instructional Appointment Faculty Communication Studies Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Lecturer Cce Lecturer Employee has *Base Sal Ougourlian,Patricia $77,389.00 8/27/2018 Certificate cancelled retirement; back Continuous Emp from travia leave as of 08/27/18. Lecturer Schultz,Heather Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer 8/27/2018 $66,131.00 Julia <6 Mo No Prior Svc Lecturer Schultz,Heather Lecturer Substitute 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $66,131.00 1/25/2019 Julia >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Dean's Office - ZSB Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Samimy,Saghar Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $34,175.00 Graduate Assistant A 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 A And Others Psc English Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $71,723.00 Asst Professor Hershinow,David Asst Professor Substitute 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal <6 Mo No Jeffrey Prior Svc Asst Professor Hershinow,David Substitute Asst Professor 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $71,723.00 1/25/2019 Jeffrey >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Fine & Performing Arts Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Eff From Comments Amount Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Sarin,Anika Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Asst Professor Whitehead,Joshua Track *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Law Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Dist Lecturer Distinguished Abbott,Kenneth 8/26/2019 Instructors 8/27/2018 Y *Base Sal $128,485.00 Charles Lecturer And Others Psc Lawrence Field Ctr Ent/Sm Bus

492 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $17,600.00 Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B Augugliaro,Jeffrey 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Mathematics Name Type SW Title Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Asst Professor De Zeeuw,Frank Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Lecturer LaPointe,Colette V Substitute *Base Sal $66,131.00 Lecturer 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc 1/25/2019 Lecturer LaPointe,Colette V Substitute *Base Sal $66,131.00 Lecturer 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Modern Languages & Comp Lit Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Hrs Components Krosi,Muisi Substitute Lecturer Lecturer *Base Sal $66,131.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Lecturer Krosi,Muisi Substitute Lecturer 8/26/2019 $66,131.00 1/25/2019 *Base Sal >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben N P Loomba Dept of Mgt Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Assc Professor $106,700.00 Mills,Alex Tenured *Base Sal Assc Professor 1/25/2019 $85,360.00 *SAB Natural Sciences Salary Name Type SW Title Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Calamari,Zachary T Track *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 $78,477.00 Tenure Philosophy Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components *Base Sal Abrams,Yuval Substitute Lecturer Lecturer $70,293.00 8/26/2019 1/25/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Lecturer Alpert,Lauren Substitute 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 1/25/2019 $70,293.00 Rachel >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Psychology Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst Professor Asst Professor Pinegar,Shannon K Substitute *Base Sal $71,723.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 <6 Mo No

493 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Prior Svc Asst Professor Pinegar,Shannon K Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $71,723.00 1/25/2019 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Public Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Da Rocha Asst Professor Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $90,149.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Valente,Rubia Asst Professor Hernandez,Neil V Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $90,149.00 1/25/2019 6/30/2019 Tenure Lecturer Bonnett,Thomas Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $74,454.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Distinguished Mccarthy,James Dist Lecturer Instructors 8/26/2019 Y *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $128,485.00 Lecturer And Others Psc Stan Ross Dept Accountancy Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Lee,Hakyin Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $90,149.00 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Asst Professor Lee,Hakyin Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/26/2019 1/25/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Laboratory / Research Natural Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $65,011.00 Katash - Brodsky,Irit Track *Base Sal College Lab College Lab 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tech- Class Tech Tenure Non -Teaching / Administrative Career Development Center Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Kupprat,Sandra A Substitute 12/31/2018 *Base Sal He Associate $84,678.00 Student Career 10/2/2018 Program Mgr >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben College Advancement Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Associate Development Mgr Briggs,Julia Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $90,871.00 7/9/2018 Track 13.3B Admin Coord Julius,Nicole Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Asst To Heo $51,153.00 10/1/2018 Track Wendy 13.3B

494 Communications & Marketing Eff From Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $87,495.00 He Associate Kerr,Heidi Lewise Heo Series *Base Sal Comms Pubs 6/30/2019 9/24/2018 Editorial Mgr Track 13.3B $63,617.00 Otiv,Aditya Heo Series Comms Pubs *Base Sal He Assistant 6/30/2019 10/29/2018 -Editor Track -Heoa Writer 13.3B Continuing & Profl Studies Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Continuing Ocasio,Evangelina Substitute He Associate *Base Sal $90,871.00 7/2/2018 1/1/2019 >=6 Mo Or Education Mgr Prior Ben $87,495.00 Comms Marketing Pizzo,Joseph Substitute *Base Sal 1/1/2019 7/2/2018 He Associate Mgr >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Continuing He Assistant Hardin,Annmarie Substitute 1/1/2019 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $71,723.00 Education Specl >=6 Mo Or Carlson Prior Ben Continuing Huda,Andrea S Substitute He Assistant *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $63,617.00 1/1/2019 Education Specl >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Continuing Kim,Se Chong Substitute 1/1/2019 *Base Sal He Assistant $56,528.00 7/2/2018 >=6 Mo Or Education Specl Prior Ben He Assistant Continuing Manoff,Samantha 1/1/2019 Substitute 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $63,617.00 >=6 Mo Or Amy Education Specl Prior Ben Continuing Mayer,Rebecca Substitute 1/1/2019 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $63,617.00 He Assistant Sarah >=6 Mo Or Education Specl Prior Ben Continuing Samms,Kimika Substitute He Assistant $63,617.00 7/2/2018 1/1/2019 *Base Sal Mickel Education Specl >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Finance Specl Voznyak,Yevgeniya Substitute He Assistant *Base Sal $61,593.00 1/1/2019 7/2/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Continuing Rendon 1/1/2019 Substitute 7/2/2018 Asst To Heo *Base Sal $44,308.00 Richaud,Amaranta >=6 Mo Or Education Coord D Prior Ben Counseling & Psychological Svc Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Student Counseling He Officer Hurst,Teresa Substitute 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $117,120.00 7/16/2018 >=6 Mo Or Dir Prior Ben Student Counseling Hurst,Teresa Substitute 10/27/2018 He Officer *Base Sal $117,120.00 8/28/2018 >=6 Mo Or Dir Prior Ben Ctr. Teaching and Learning Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Associate It Academic Silsby,Christopher Substitute 3/26/2019 9/27/2018 *Base Sal $81,855.00 E Technology Mgr >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben

495 Curricular Guidance - ZSB Eff From Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Eng,Kenny He Assistant Heo Series Acad Std Suppt *Base Sal $71,723.00 6/30/2019 7/23/2018 Specl Track 13.3B Dean's Office - WSAS Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt SW Hrs Components Admin Coord Becker,Amanda Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $45,957.00 6/20/2018 6/30/2018 Track 13.3B Acad Program Coord Cheung,Tracy Heo Series Asst To Heo $51,153.00 6/20/2018 6/30/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B He Assistant Admissions Advisor Lee,John Francis Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $75,110.00 7/25/2018 Track Sr-Heoa 13.3B Enrollment Coord Khan,Bibi R Heo Series Asst To Heo $40,815.00 6/30/2019 7/9/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B - ZSB Dean's Office Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Finance Coord Taylor,Troy A Heo Series Y *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $55,837.00 Asst To Heo 11/1/2018 Track 13.3B SPA Grad Admission/Student Svc- Amount Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Student Career He Assistant Smith,Marny Substitute 10/18/2018 *Base Sal $56,528.00 9/19/2018 >=6 Mo Or Program Specl Prior Ben Admissions Coord Santell - Ramirez,Sh Substitute Asst To Heo 9/17/2018 *Base Sal 8/13/2018 $53,758.00 erley Ann >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Admissions Coord Santell - Ramirez,Sh Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo $55,837.00 9/18/2018 erley Ann Track 13.3B Mathematics Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Acad Internship Mgr Mariotti,Miriam Heo Series *Base Sal He Associate 6/30/2018 $81,855.00 6/19/2018 Track 13.3B Mishkin Art Gallery Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Art Center - Museum Feldman,Alaina C Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 8/15/2018 $101,043.00 Track Dir 13.3B

496 President's Office Eff From Functional Title Type SW Salary Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Hr Affirmative Action Ocasio - Gouraige,N Heo Series 7/31/2018 7/1/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant $81,855.00 Specl Track ydia 13.3B Student Life Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Assistant Curtis,Dinetta Substitute ointment App *Base Sal $51,126.00 8/3/2018 6/4/2018 Student Life Specl Extended from >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben 06/04/18- 08/03/1 8. Student Life Specl Curtis,Dinetta Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $56,528.00 6/30/2019 8/13/2018 Track 13.3B Student Life Specl Curtis,Dinetta Substitute Appointment *Base Sal 8/12/2018 $51,126.00 He Assistant 8/4/2018 extended from >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben 08/04/18 through 08/12/18. VP for Student Affairs- Enroll Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 6/30/2019 Instit Research Asst To Heo Bookbinder,Sarah Heo Series *Base Sal 9/17/2018 $53,758.00 -Aheo Analyst Track 13.3B Total Action Appointment: 62 Salary Above Base & New Steps Non -Teaching / Administrative Dean's Office - ZSB Functional T itle Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Admin Officer - Heo Glenn,Lillie 7/2/2018 Employee *Base Sal $128,485.00 *Base Sal $128,485.00 He Officer Heo Series received SAB *SAB Track $12,849.00 13.3B effective 07/02/18. Employee was already at the 7 year step. Total Action Salary Above Base & New Steps: 1 -Title Chge/Reclass Appointment Non -Teaching / Administrative Dean's Office - WSAS Title Comments Functional Title Eff To Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components 7/1/2018 Student Career $2,500.00 6/30/2019 Mendel,Elyse B Heo Series *AssgDiff He Associate *Base Sal $94,248.00 Track *Base Sal He Assistant Program Mgr $90,149.00 Student Career Adv 13.3B Heoa - Sr

497 Financial Aid Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff To Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title He Associate Financial Aid Mgr Delvalle,John Eric Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $69,193.00 $65,817.00 *Base Sal Enrollment Specl He Assistant Track 13.3B Student Life Prev Salary Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Eff From Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components 6/30/2019 He Associate Student Life Mgr Ramsey,Savanna Heo Series *Base Sal $69,193.00 *Base Sal $58,555.00 9/10/2018 Track He Assistant Student Life Specl 13.3B Undergraduate Admissions Prev Salary Name Type Salary Functional Title Title Prev Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Amount Components Prior Title Prior Func Title Components He Assistant Admissions Specl 6/30/2019 Lugo,Katy 9/4/2018 Heo Series $65,028.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $68,351.00 Asst To Heo Track Valentina Admissions Coord 13.3B Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 4 Change in Salary Above Base Faculty N P Loomba Dept of Mgt le Name Type Salary Title Amount Functional Tit Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Professor Korn,Helaine J Tenured *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $128,485.00 $128,485.00 *Base Sal Professor *SAB $36,515.00 $4,120.00 *SAB Total Action Change in Salary Above Base: 1 Reappointment Faculty Allen Aaronson Dept of Mkt/IB Functional Title Name Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Type Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Hada,Mahima Tenured *Base Sal Attained Tenure $90,149.00 9/1/2019 *SAB effective $53,391.00 09/01/2019 as per the 10/19/18 P&B. Lecturer Sponder,Marshall L Cce Attained CCE $77,389.00 *Base Sal Lecturer 9/1/2019 effective 09/01/19 Certificate Continuous as per the 10/09/18 P&B. Emp Political Science Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Kang,Myung - koo Tenured *Base Sal $90,149.00 9/1/2019 Attained tenure

498 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components effective 09/01/19 as per the 10/09/18 P&B. Stan Ross Dept Accountancy Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $90,149.00 Asst Professor Tenured *Base Sal Deng,Mingcherng Asst Professor 9/1/2019 Attained tenure *SAB effective 09/01/19 $72,119.00 as per the 10/09/18 P&B. Non -Teaching / Administrative CUNY Startups Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Acad Center Mgr Fraser,Faith Heo Series *Base Sal He Associate $97,628.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Counseling & Psychological Svc Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Student Counseling Hurst,Teresa Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $97,628.00 Mgr Track 13.3B - WSAS Dean's Office Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Amount Components Hrs Admin Coord Becker,Amanda Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo $45,957.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Cheung,Tracy Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo $51,153.00 Acad Program Coord 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Mathematics Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Mariotti,Miriam Heo Series *Base Sal $81,855.00 He Associate 7/1/2018 Acad Internship Mgr 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Total Action Reappointment: 9 -Department Chair Election Faculty Black and Latino Studies Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Professor Professor Wahlert,John Elected as Interim *Base Sal $128,485.00 8/27/2018 Tenured

499 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Department Chair for Black and Latino Studies from 08/27/18 through 06/30/19. N P Loomba Dept of Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Professor Veral,Emre A Tenured *Base Sal Professor $120,450.00 10/5/2018 Elected as Department Chair of the Management Department from 10/05/2018 to 08/26/2020. Total Action Election -Department Chair: 2 Promotion Faculty English Functional Title Comments Name Type Title Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components Professor Professor 8/27/2018 Lang,Jessica Tenured *Base Sal $97,628.00 $97,628.00 *Base Sal Assc Professor Assc Professor Total Action Promotion: 1 -Not New Step (INST Salary Incr -Teaching / Administrative Non Registrar's Office Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Admin Org And Bus He Associate Cox,Andrew A Heo Series 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $106,700.00 $97,628.00 *Base Sal Track Eff Mgr 13.3B Sponsored Prgs/Research (SPAR) Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff From Comments Amount Prev Salary Title Prev Amount Components Components Research Programs Mendez,Melisa 13.3B - He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 *Base Sal $100,211.00 7/2/2018 Heo Series Mgr Undergraduate Admissions Amount Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components He Assistant Admissions Specl Redondo,Estrella M 13.3B - *Base Sal 9/17/2018 $75,110.00 *Base Sal $71,723.00 Heo Series Total Action Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST: 3

500 - Full Year Fellowship Leave Faculty Psychology Eff From Type Salary Title Name Eff To Leave % of Comments Amount Pay Components Cohen - charash,Yo Tenured Professor *Base Sal $112,905.00 8/27/2019 80 8/25/2020 chi Full Year: 1 Total Action Fellowship Leave - Revision Faculty Allen Aaronson Dept of Mkt/IB Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay A sst Professor Sawant,Rajeev J. Track *Base Sal $90,149.00 Asst Professor Termination 8/27/2018 8/27/2018 100 Tenure $53,391.00 *SAB Dates & Action Reason as reported in the March 2018 CUR, Revised from 08/27/2019 to 08/27/18. Action/Reason revised from termination/Non Reappointment to termination/Resig nation. Psychology Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Functional Title Eff To Leave % of Appt Pay Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Whiteman Appointment Title Substitute 100 *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $67,402.00 8/27/2018 as reported in the III,Ronald Charles <6 Mo No Prior Svc June 2018 CUR, revised from Sub Assistant Prof to Sub Instructor. Public Affairs Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff To Leave % of Appt Eff From Pay Hrs Components Assc Professor Assc Professor Balboa,Cristina M Track Salary of $84,354 *Base Sal $90,871.00 8/27/2018 100 8/26/2019 Tenure as reported in the March and April CUR, revised to reflect the new promotion salary of $90,871. Non -Teaching / Administrative Counseling & Psychological Svc

501 Name Type Salary Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Title Pay Hrs Components Research Programs Appointment as Shafron,Gavin 100 Heo Series 6/30/2018 5/7/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant $71,723.00 reported in the Track Ryan Specl 13.3B June 2018 CUR, revised to reflect Search Waiver. Financial Aid Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Pay Hrs Components Asst To Heo Financial Aid Employee needs Umana - Walters,Isis Heo Series 100 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $71,268.00 7/1/2018 to work a full 8 Track -Aheo Advisor 13.3B years of paid service for 13.3b. 13.3b was reported as error in the June 2018 CUR. Total Action Revision: 5 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 27 Laboratory / Research: 1 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 34 Salary Above Base & New Steps Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Non - Teaching / Administrative: 4 Change in Salary Above Base Faculty: 1 Reappointment Faculty: 4 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 5 Election - Department Chair Faculty: 2 Promotion Faculty: 1 Salary Incr - Not New Step (INST Non Teaching / Administrative: 3 - Fellowship Leave Full Year - Faculty: 1 Revision Faculty: 3 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Total Instructional: 89

502 Classified Appointment Competitive Buildings & Grounds Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs $127,034.00 Graham,Herbert C Probable Stationary *Base Sal Stationary Engineer 9/13/2019 9/14/2018 Engineer Permanent Stationary Engineer Lauciskis,Darius Probable Stationary *Base Sal 10/7/2019 $127,034.00 10/8/2018 Permanent Engineer Stationary Engineer Richards,Christian Probable *Base Sal $127,034.00 Stationary 10/12/2018 10/8/2019 Engineer Permanent Sarte,Noel Probable *Base Sal $119,371.00 Oiler 9/27/2018 9/26/2019 Oiler Permanent Bursar's Office Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $40,639.00 *Base Sal It Bus Data Rep Borbon,Catalina Provisional It Bus Data Rep 9/27/2018 Analyst 1 Analyst Conference Center Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 7/9/2018 $35,913.00 Montenegro,Diego Provisional *Base Sal Custodial Custodial Supv Supervisor Dean's Office - SPA Salary Name Type SW Title Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Assistant 2 Alarcon,Jonathan Provisional *Base Sal It Asst $58,274.00 8/28/2018 Financial Aid Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $43,962.00 Velazquez,Arlene Permanent *Base Sal Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 3 7/1/2018 Assistant Human Resources Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $33,332.00 Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 Bernfeld,Suzanne Probable *Base Sal 6/26/2019 6/27/2018 Permanent Assistant Psychology

503 Title Type SW Salary Functional Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $33,332.00 Probable Cuny Office Asst 2 *Base Sal Cuny Office Charles,Rolda 9/24/2018 9/23/2019 Permanent Assistant Public Safety Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Components Hrs Campus Levegue,Sarah *Base Sal Campus Security $26,464.00 Probable 9/20/2018 9/19/2019 Permanent Asst Security Asst Carmen Probable *Base Sal $26,464.00 Perez,Angel Daniel Campus 7/2/2018 7/1/2019 Campus Security Permanent Security Asst Asst Probable Campus *Base Sal $26,464.00 Rodriguez,Ivangel Campus Security 6/25/2018 6/24/2019 Security Asst Permanent Asst $26,464.00 Campus Security Rodriguez,Stephani Probable *Base Sal Campus 7/9/2018 7/8/2019 Permanent Asst e Security Asst Campus Campus Security Probable *Base Sal $26,464.00 Ventura 7/9/2018 7/8/2019 Security Asst Permanent Segura,Luis Asst -Competitive Non Buildings & Grounds Amount Name Type SW Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Custodial Asst Anderson,Florient Non - Comp Custodial *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $29,279.00 8/27/2018 etitive Assistant Anderson,Florient Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst $29,279.00 8/28/2018 8/27/2019 Custodial Assistant etitive Custodial Asst Branch,Tanesha Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial 10/8/2019 $29,279.00 10/9/2018 etitive Assistant Custodial Custodial Asst Branch,Tanesha Non - Comp 10/10/2019 *Base Sal $29,279.00 10/11/2018 etitive Assistant $29,279.00 Custodial Asst Byrd,Lisa Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial 10/17/2018 10/16/2019 Assistant etitive Custodial Carter,Precious Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst $29,279.00 10/1/2018 9/30/2019 Destiny etitive Assistant Custodial Asst Collings,Kecia E Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial 8/1/2019 $33,084.00 8/2/2018 etitive Assistant Gonzalez,Jose M Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst $29,279.00 8/19/2018 8/18/2019 Custodial Assistant etitive *Base Sal Custodial Asst Hite,Alexis Non - Comp 9/30/2019 Custodial 10/1/2018 $29,279.00 etitive Dominque Assistant Custodial Custodial Asst Lane,Sakeena M Non - Comp 9/9/2019 *Base Sal $29,279.00 9/10/2018 etitive Assistant Custodial Custodial Asst Oliveras,Joana Non - Comp *Base Sal $29,279.00 9/23/2019 9/24/2018 etitive Assistant Pemberton,Melisia Non - Custodial *Base Sal $29,279.00 Custodial Asst 10/1/2018 9/30/2019 Comp Assistant Felicity etitive Washington,Marqui Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst $29,279.00 9/11/2018 9/10/2019 Custodial etitive s Anthony Assistant Conference Center Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Appt Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Components Hrs *Base Sal Custodial Asst Marin,Ashly K Non - Comp Custodial $29,279.00 7/10/2018 7/9/2019 etitive Assistant *Base Sal Custodial Asst Munn,Falicia Non - Comp 7/8/2019 Custodial $33,084.00 7/9/2018 etitive Assistant

504 Total Action Appointment: 30 -Title Chge/Reclass Appointment Competitive Buildings & Grounds Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff To Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components 11/1/2018 Custodial Supv 8/2/2018 Ward,Dyesha Y Temporary $33,084.00 *Base Sal Custodial *Base Sal $35,913.00 <6 Months Supervisor Custodial Asst Custodial Assistant Conference Center Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff To Eff From Amount Prev Salary Title Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title *Base Sal Custodial Custodial Supv Montenegro,Diego Provisional *Base Sal 7/9/2018 $35,913.00 $33,084.00 Supervisor Custodial Asst Custodial Assistant Public Safety Functional Title Comments Name Title Type Salary Eff To Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components 7/12/2019 Campus Peace 7/13/2018 $33,741.00 Chalas,Robinson Probable Campus Peace *Base Sal *Base Sal $33,825.00 Officer 1 Permanent Officer Campus Campus Security Asst Security Asst Campus Peace Campus Peace 7/12/2019 Lewis,Shayolanda Probable *Base Sal $33,825.00 *Base Sal $33,741.00 7/13/2018 Officer 1 Permanent Officer Campus Security Campus Asst Security Asst Title Chge/Reclass: 4 Total Action Appointment- Reappointment Competitive Public Safety Functional Title Name Type Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Campus Pub Campus Public 10/16/2018 Mcbain,Alstead J Permanent *Base Sal $55,922.00 Safety Sgt Safety Sergeant -Competitive Non Buildings & Grounds Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Custodial Attained Custodial Asst Fernandez - Davila, Perm/Disc 6/13/2018 *Base Sal $29,279.00 disciplinary rights Rights Only Christian Assistant on 6/13/2018 Total Action Reappointment: 2

505 Transfer from Another College Competitive Bursar's Office Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Comments Components Finance Transfer from City Finance Accountant 9/10/2018 Lawrence,Mitzy $46,442.00 Probable *Base Sal Constantine College as a Asst 1A Permanent Accountant Probable Asst Permanent College Assistant Level 1. Effective 09/10/2018. Last date of probation 12/09/18. Human Resources Name Type SW Title Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Comments Components Transfer of Cuny Office Asst 3 Cuny Office Toro - Rodriguez,Eu 10/19/2017 Permanent *Base Sal $38,407.00 bie Assistant permanent COA 3 title from Bronx Community college to Baruch college effective 10/19/17. Total Action Transfer from Another College: 2 Transfer to Another College Competitive Buildings & Grounds Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Salary Components Termination of Custodial Supv Custodial Nelson,Isaac Permanent *Base Sal $35,913.00 9/7/2018 Supervisor permanency as a custodial Supervisor at Baruch College. Transferring to City College to serve a higher title, effective 09/07/18. Non -Competitive Buildings & Grounds Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Components transfer to City Custodial Asst Avila,Christina Perm/Disc Custodial *Base Sal $33,084.00 5/25/2018 Rights Only Assistant Alvira Rynaye College Total Action Transfer to Another College: 2 Transfer Another College- CLSD

506 Competitive Buildings & Grounds Comments Type Name Title Permanent Employee Nelson,Isaac Custodial transferred to City Supervisor College. Transfer Another College- Total Action CLSD: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive College Advancement Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Cuny Admin Cuny Admin Asst 1C Madison,Ethel Permanent 5/1/2018 Asst English Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Title Comments Cuny Admin Cuny Admin Asst 1C Parmar,Pragna Permanent 1/10/2019 Asst Nelson Non -Competitive Buildings & Grounds Eff From Name Type Functional Title Eff To Comments Title Custodial Asst Saldana,Jacqueline Custodial Perm/Disc 9/18/2018 Assistant Rights Only Total Action Authorized Leave: 3 Probation Period Transfer Competitive Buildings & Grounds Title Name Type Comments Custodial Nelson,Isaac Permanent Supervisor Total Action Probation Period Transfer: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive: 15 Non - Competitive: 15 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Competitive: 4 Reappointment Competitive: 1 Non - Competitive: 1

507 Transfer from Another College Competitive: 2 Transfer to Another College Competitive: 1 Non - Competitive: 1 Transfer Another College - CLSD Competitive: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive: 2 Non - Competitive: 1 Probation Period Transfer Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 45

508 Bronx CC Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President Bronx EOC Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Eoc Exec Dir - Adm Omokha Administrator *Base Sal $120,450.00 7/2/2018 1/1/2019 Ecp Acting Oviawe,Deborah <6 Months ekhoe Communications & Marketing Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Vice Asst Vp 2/5/2019 Ginsberg,Richard Ecp Acting 8/6/2018 *Base Sal $130,000.00 Communications President >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 2 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 2

509 Instructional Appointment Faculty Art And Music Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs 8/27/2018 Assc Professor Burke,Steven Substitute Assc Professor *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $69,193.00 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Bronx EOC Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt SW Components Hrs Abousalham,Faouz Eoc Lecturer Lecturer *Base Sal $68,210.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Eoc Lecturer Track Cce i Eoc Lecturer Cato,Sayyid Lecturer *Base Sal $70,293.00 8/26/2019 Eoc Lecturer 8/27/2018 Track Cce Chemistry Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Lecturer Segni,Sami Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $56,939.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Communications Arts/Sciences Amount Type SW Salary Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Components Hrs Asst Professor Mokhtari,Tara Substitute *Base Sal Asst Professor 1/24/2019 $63,617.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Dept of Biological Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Lecturer Watson,Marlena C Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $54,862.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Education & Academic Literacy Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Flores Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $65,817.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Caballero,Barbara Asst Professor Asst Professor Greenblatt,Deborah Track *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tenure B Lecturer Lecturer Castineiras,Julie Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $54,862.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben

510 Engineering, Physics & Tech Eff From Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Title Hrs Components Lecturer Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $74,454.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Tursi,Grace A. >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben English Language & Literature Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Asst Professor Alvarez,Nancy Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $60,749.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Cantave,Sophia Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $60,749.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Asst Professor Harris,James K Track *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Jampol,Noah Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $65,817.00 Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Lecturer Alvarez,Alberto $52,258.00 Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer 8/27/2018 Gabriel >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Miller,Gina Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $56,939.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben History Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 8/27/2018 Otheguy,Raquel Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/26/2019 Asst Professor Tenure Alicia Language Immersion Program Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Cuny Start Instructor Benaquist,Theresa Instructors Cuny Start *Base Sal $49,315.00 8/20/2018 8/19/2019 And Others Instructor Psc Library Resources Center Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Erwin,Kathleen Substitute 1/24/2019 9/4/2018 *Base Sal $60,749.00 Professor <6 Mo No -Librarian Prior Svc Asst Santana,Nelson Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 Asst Professor 8/27/2018 $63,617.00 -Librarian Professor >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Asst Steele,Clover Substitute 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $63,617.00 -Librarian Professor >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Math & Computer Sciences Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Lecturer Lecturer Belilgne,Fitsum *Base Sal $49,315.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Substitute

511 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Carella,Nelson A Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal Lecturer $56,939.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Mendez - De La Lecturer Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $49,315.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Cruz,Amilcar A Prior Ben $49,315.00 Woo,Jeffrey Substitute Lecturer Lecturer *Base Sal 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Modern Language Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Lecturer Colon Lecturer Substitute 1/24/2019 $56,939.00 8/27/2018 *Base Sal >=6 Mo Or Torres,Yarisa Prior Ben Lecturer Salazar,Salvador Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $61,972.00 8/27/2018 Lecturer >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Nursing/Allied Health Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Ajay,Geetha Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $71,723.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Cortes,Iris Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 $81,855.00 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Asst Professor Rodriguez,Vivian L Substitute *Base Sal $75,110.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Social Science Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Baskerville,Robert Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or C Prior Ben Lecturer O'Connell,Laurence Substitute *Base Sal Lecturer $59,890.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Laboratory / Research Dept of Biological Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components College Lab College Lab 8/26/2019 Aguessy,Annelie F Track 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $48,756.00 Class Tech- Tenure Tech Health, Physical Ed & Rec Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs College Lab College Lab John,Peter Track *Base Sal $55,642.00 10/22/2018 8/26/2019

512 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components - Tech Tenure Class Tech Math & Computer Sciences Name Title Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Components Hrs College Lab Rosalen,Elizabeth *Base Sal $50,069.00 Track 7/2/2018 8/26/2018 College Lab Tenure Tech- Class Tech P $50,069.00 College Lab Rosalen,Elizabeth Track *Base Sal College Lab 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tech Tech- P Class Tenure Modern Language Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt SW Components Hrs College Lab Track *Base Sal $48,756.00 Ingram,Aziza College Lab 8/1/2018 8/26/2018 Tech Tech- Class Tenure $48,756.00 College Lab College Lab Ingram,Aziza Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tech Tenure Class Tech- -Teaching / Administrative Non ASAP Program Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Acad Asap Student Ayala Jr,Felipe Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 He Assistant *Base Sal $56,528.00 Adv -Heoa Track 13.3B He Assistant Acad Asap Student Bailey,Donelle s Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $58,555.00 Adv Track -Heoa 13.3B Acad Asap Student He Assistant Coste Cruz,Rafael Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $61,593.00 Track -Heoa Adv E 13.3B Acad Asap Student He Assistant Daughtry,Herbert F Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $56,528.00 Track -Heoa Adv 13.3B Acad Asap Student He Assistant Griffin,Donovan D Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $56,528.00 Adv -Heoa Track 13.3B Acad Asap Student Picou,Solomon Heo Series *Base Sal He Assistant $63,617.00 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Track -Heoa Marcus Adv 13.3B Academic Success Center Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components - Aheo Asong,Anyikem Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal Acad Advisor 6/30/2019 $71,268.00 10/2/2018 Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Acad Advisor - Aheo Deleston,Tonja M Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $55,837.00 10/2/2018 Track 13.3B Admissions Services Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Assistant Admissions Specl Levy,Erica N *Base Sal $71,723.00 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Heo Series

513 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Track 13.3B Bronx EOC Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Eoc Acad Eoc Assistant Heyward - Graham, Heo Series 6/30/2019 10/1/2018 *Base Sal $67,106.00 Advisor -Aheo To Heo Track Shyla C. 13.3B Cd -Counselors Functional Title Name Title Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $63,617.00 He Assistant Aiken,Nathan Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 10/1/2018 Acad Coll Disc Std Suppt Specl Track 13.3B Acad Coll Disc Std Caldwell,Kerelle D Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 10/1/2018 $63,617.00 He Assistant Suppt Specl Track 13.3B Acad Coll Disc Std Delgado,Alixon I Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 10/1/2018 He Assistant $63,617.00 Suppt Specl Track 13.3B Language Immersion Program Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Admin Coord Polanco,Jenny Substitute Asst To Heo *Base Sal $39,282.00 7/16/2018 8/31/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Admin Coord Polanco,Jenny Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $39,282.00 6/30/2019 8/20/2018 Track 13.3B Student Affairs Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Conf idential Exec Mckernan,Linda S Instructiona 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/2/2018 l - Excluded Coord VP for Academic Affairs Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Acad Program Mgr Hinds,Maya G. Heo Series He Associate 6/30/2019 $81,855.00 10/15/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Admin Coord Christie,Andre C Heo Series Y *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $58,787.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Admin Coord Cooper,Colette Substitute *Base Sal 3/3/2019 $55,837.00 9/4/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 57 Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass

514 -Teaching / Administrative Non -Counselors Cd Type Salary ional Title Title Amount Prev Salary Name Prev Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Funct Prior Func Title Components Components Prior Title *Base Sal He Associate Acad College 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 Pichardo,Leidy Heo Series $81,855.00 *Base Sal $81,855.00 He Assistant Track Discovery Mgr Acad Coll Disc Std 13.3B Suppt Specl Title Chge/Reclass: 1 Total Action Appointment- Reappointment Faculty Engineering, Physics & Tech Name Ty pe Salary Amount Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Nikmanesh,Maria Substitute *Base Sal $53,658.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Sana,Ajaz Tenured *Base Sal Asst Professor $81,855.00 Asst Professor as per settlement 9/1/2017 agreement - reappointment with tenured. Language Immersion Program Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Clip Instructor Perry,Stephen Instructors Clip Instructor 8/26/2019 $45,750.00 8/28/2018 *Base Sal And Others Psc Clip Instructor Clip Instructor St. 8/26/2019 Instructors 8/28/2018 *Base Sal $44,038.00 And Others Eli Jacques,Rhode- Psc se $56,939.00 Cuny Start Batista Instructors 8/19/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 Cuny Start Instructor And Others Instructor Amadi,Mabel Psc Cuny Start Instructor Lakin - Garcia,Tanya Instructors 8/19/2019 Cuny Start *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $54,862.00 Instructor And Others K. Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Suri,Seema Instructors 8/19/2019 *Base Sal $56,939.00 8/20/2018 And Others Instructor Psc Cuny Start Instructor Thomas,Reginald Instructors Cuny Start 8/19/2019 *Base Sal $54,862.00 8/20/2018 And Others Instructor Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Young,Colin Instructors 8/19/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $66,131.00 Instructor And Others Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Zhang,Luwen Instructors 8/19/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $64,053.00 Instructor And Others Psc Clip Instructor Brooks,Debra A Instructors Clip Instructor $47,499.00 8/28/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal And Others Psc Clip Instructor Clip Instructor Degiere,Leslie J Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $54,862.00 8/28/2018 And Others Psc Clip Instructor Clip Instructor Deponte,John Instructors *Base Sal 8/27/2019 $45,750.00 8/28/2018 And Others Psc Clip Instructor Clip Instructor Morales,Silvia Instructors *Base Sal $47,499.00 8/28/2018 8/26/2019

515 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components And Others Psc Clip Instructor Reyes Medina,Jose Instructors Clip Instructor 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $45,750.00 8/28/2018 Luis And Others Psc Rivera,Dileiny Instructors Clip Instructor Clip Instructor $45,750.00 8/26/2019 8/28/2018 *Base Sal And Others Psc Social Science Eff From Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components Asst Professor Molina,Devin Ty Track *Base Sal $71,723.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Asst Professor Tenure Total Action Reappointment: 17 -Department Chair Election Faculty Chemistry Functional Title Title Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Name Components Professor Professor Phillip,Neal Tenured *Base Sal elected dept $117,120.00 - 7/1/2018 re 7/30/2021 chaiperson Total Action Election -Department Chair: 1 Phased Retirement Faculty Math & Computer Sciences Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Title Components Pay Kheyfits,Alexander Tenured *Base Sal Professor $117,120.00 Professor 1/27/2020 50 5/22/2020 Professor Professor Kheyfits,Alexander Tenured *Base Sal $117,120.00 1/21/2021 50 5/25/2021 Professor Professor Kheyfits,Alexander Tenured *Base Sal $117,120.00 8/26/2020 50 12/20/2020 Total Action Phased Retirement: 3 - Full Year Fellowship Leave Faculty Social Science Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Components Pay Assc Professor Shane,Randi Tenured *Base Sal $94,248.00 1/25/2019 80 1/26/2020 Total Action Fellowship Leave - Full Year: 1

516 LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay Faculty Social Science Eff To Eff From Name Comments Title Type - rawla Cce Special Leave of Lecturer Stoute,Sa 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Certificate Absence Without Continuous Pay Emp Total Action LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay: 1 Revision Faculty English Language & Literature Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay 8/27/2017 Lord,Louise Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal rev to 10/17 CUR: $59,890.00 1/26/2018 100 Lecturer salary $56,939, >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben revised to read, $59,890. Lecturer Lord,Louise Substitute rev to 2/18 CUR: *Base Sal 100 $61,972.00 Lecturer 1/27/2018 8/26/2018 >=6 Mo Or salary $59,890 Prior Ben revised to read $61,972. Non -Teaching / Administrative Language Immersion Program Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Acad Std Suppt rev to 5/18 CUR: Cardenas,Debra T Heo Series 100 *Base Sal He Assistant $63,617.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 end date, Specl Track 13.3B 6/30/19, revised to 6/30/20 He Assistant Acad Std Suppt rev to 5/18 CUR: Guardia,Olga Heo Series 100 *Base Sal 6/30/2020 $61,593.00 7/1/2018 end date, Track Specl 13.3B 6/30/19, revised to read 6/30/20. Total Action Revision: 4 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 32 Laboratory / Research: 6 Non Teaching / Administrative: 19 - Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Reappointment Faculty: 17 Election - Department Chair

517 Faculty: 1 Phased Retirement Faculty: 3 Fellowship Leave - Full Year Faculty: 1 LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay Faculty: 1 Revision Faculty: 2 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Total Instructional: 85

518 Classified Appointment Competitive Communications Arts/Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Assistant 2 Provisional *Base Sal $58,274.00 Soman,Anand 6/27/2018 7/26/2018 (CUR of It Asst 6/25/2018) Robby Resignation date should have been 7/27/2018. Dept of Biological Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $29,497.00 9/21/2018 Cox,Keisha Renee Probable *Base Sal Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 9/21/2019 Permanent Assistant Hum an Resources Dept Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Cuny Office $29,497.00 Fauntleroy,Melanie Probable *Base Sal Cuny Office Asst 1 9/10/2018 9/10/2019 Assistant Permanent C PPS- Maintenance Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Oiler Ryan,Conal Shane Permanent *Base Sal Oiler $119,371.00 10/7/2018 Public Safety Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments SW Hrs Components *Base Sal Campus Pub Campus Public Johnson,Darnell Provisional $55,370.00 8/12/2018 Safety Safety Sgt Sergeant *Base Sal Campus Peace Abarca,Roderick A Probable 7/12/2019 Campus Peace 7/13/2018 $33,825.00 Permanent Officer 1 Officer Campus Peace Campus Peace 7/12/2019 Gil,Christian G Probable 7/13/2018 *Base Sal $33,825.00 Permanent Officer 1 Officer Campus Security Castillo,Isamar M Probable 10/13/2019 *Base Sal 10/14/2018 $26,464.00 Campus Permanent Asst Security Asst Campus Security Mosley,Armonee Campus *Base Sal $26,464.00 7/15/2018 7/14/2019 Probable Steven Rance Permanent Asst Security Asst $26,464.00 Campus Security 8/25/2019 Norman,Chantel M Probable 8/26/2018 *Base Sal Campus Permanent Asst Security Asst Purchasing

519 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Purchasing Finance Purchasing Buchanan - Johnson Provisional *Base Sal 10/1/2018 $56,880.00 ,Angella Y Agent 3 Agent Registrar Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Cuny Office Asst 1 Cuny Office Rosario - Minaya,Ar 8/26/2019 Probable 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $33,332.00 Permanent acelis Assistant VP for Academic Affairs Amount Name Type SW Title Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Comments Salary Hrs Components $29,497.00 Olaleye,Oluwaseun Probable *Base Sal Cuny Office Asst 1 Cuny Office 9/21/2018 9/21/2019 Assistant Permanent Olamide Non -Competitive Health, Physical Ed & Rec Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Custodial Asst Delgado,Alex F Non - Comp *Base Sal $29,279.00 Custodial 7/2/2018 etitive Assistant Total Action Appointment: 14 Transfer from Another College Competitive Public Safety Functional Title Name Title SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Type Components Campus Peace Campus Peace 9/23/2018 Mike,Artis George Probable $44,967.00 *Base Sal Permanent Officer 1 Officer Total Action Transfer from Another College: 1 Transfer to Another College Non -Competitive PPS- Custodial Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components Custodial Custodial Asst Rodriguez,Erica 8/31/2018 Perm/Disc $29,279.00 *Base Sal Assistant Lee Rights Only Total Action Transfer to Another College: 1 Promotion Competitive Public Safety

520 Name Type Salary Amount Functional Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Title Prior Title Prior Func Title Components Components *Base Sal Campus Peace Paul,Shawn Permanent Campus Peace $35,132.00 8/12/2018 *Base Sal $35,132.00 Officer 2 Christopher Officer Campus Peace Campus Peace Officer 1 Officer Total Action Promotion: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive Dept of Biological Sciences Functional Title Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 Cox,Keisha Renee Probable 9/21/2019 9/21/2018 Permanent Assistant VP for Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Cuny Office Asst 1 Cuny Office Olaleye,Oluwaseun 9/21/2019 Probable 9/21/2018 Assistant Olamide Permanent Total Action Authorized Leave: 2 Probation Period Transfer Competitive PPS- Utility Plant Title Name Type Comments McDonnell,James Permanent Oiler Total Action Probation Period Transfer: 1 Reinstatement Competitive Public Safety Amount Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Campus Campus Security Diaz,Natalie E Permanent *Base Sal 9/23/2018 $28,579.00 Asst Security Asst Total Action Reinstatement: 1 Revision Competitive PPS- Custodial Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Custodial Asst Rev to 10/17 Custodial Asst 100 Clyburn - Bethea,Ch Provisional *Base Sal 9/5/2017 $43,503.00 Principal Supv ristopher Principal Supv CUR: Action, Promotion, revised to read, Provisional

521 Comments Name Type Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Appointment Total Action Revision: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive: 13 Non - Competitive: 1 Transfer from Another College Competitive: 1 Transfer to Another College Non - Competitive: 1 Promotion Competitive: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive: 2 Probation Period Transfer Competitive: 1 Reinstatement Competitive: 1 Revision Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 22

522 Brooklyn College Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President C.A.A.S.S Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Amount Hrs Components Exec Dir Student 6/1/2018 Newton,Tracy Ecp (Not Asst *Base Sal $140,000.00 Acting) -Astadm Svcs Administrator Enrollment Services Center Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Exec Dir Enroll Asst Coombs,Natalie Ecp (Not 6/1/2018 *Base Sal $130,000.00 -Astadm Acting) Mgt Administrator Total Action Appointment: 2 -Not Title (ECP) Salary Change ECP Vice President and Above SVP for Finance and Admin Title Function al Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Sr Vice Ecp (Not *Base Sal $249,822.00 Sr Vp Admin And Gilbert,Alan *Base Sal $237,000.00 7/1/2018 Finance Acting) President ECP Below Vice President Institutional & Academic Prgms Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components Asst Dean Asst Dn Acad Prgs Rubin,Lucas 6/1/2018 Ecp (Not $121,496.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $135,000.00 And Cont Ed Gideon Acting) Office of Comptroller Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components 6/1/2018 Exec Gilling Ecp (Not Assc $135,000.00 *Base Sal $113,807.00 *Base Sal Raynor,Beatrice Administrator Controller Acting) -Ascadm Louise Total Action Salary Change- Not Title (ECP): 3 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment

523 ECP Below Vice President: 2 Salary Change - Not Title (ECP) ECP Vice President and Above: 1 ECP Below Vice President: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 5

524 Instructional Appointment Faculty Accounting Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Lord,Yoshie Saito Track *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 $39,851.00 *SAB Tenure *Base Sal Fink,Joshua Substitute Lecturer Doct $64,634.00 Lecturer Doc Sch 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Sch <6 Mo No Prior Svc Anthropology & Archaeology Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Components Hrs Chowdhury,Shahrin Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Asst Professor Tenure a Asst Professor Ference,Meghan Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tenure Elizabeth Asst Professor Rahman,Rhea B Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $78,477.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Rahman,Rhea B Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Visiting Visiting Professor Karkazis,Katrina 8/26/2019 Visiting > = 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $108,683.00 50% Alicia Professor 8/27/2018 Graduate Asst Pitet,Colin Instructors Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Art Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Comments Components Hrs Otitigbe,Eto Asst Professor Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tenure Samuel Graduate Assistant B Cucurullo,Elizabeth Instructors 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $11,969.00 And Others Jean B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Szantyr,Robert Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $11,969.00 B And Others Craig Psc Biology Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Musolf,Kerstin Substitute *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $61,972.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Doc Sch Wiech,Eliza M Substitute Lecturer Doct *Base Sal $64,634.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Budell,William C Instructors 8/26/2019 $16,567.00 8/27/2018 *Base Sal And Others B

525 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Psc $16,043.00 Germain,Gabrielle Graduate Asst Instructors Graduate Assistant B 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal B And Others A Psc Graduate Assistant B Khondker,Shoily Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 And Others Parveen B Psc Graduate Assistant B Romano,Stephen Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 B Nash And Others Psc Business Management Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Pham,Ngoc B Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $90,149.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *SAB Tenure $29,851.00 Arnold,Lacinna Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $61,972.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Antoinette Prior Ben *Base Sal Schapsis,Claudio Lecturer Substitute Lecturer $59,890.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Gabriel Prior Ben Lecturer Scott,Kerriann Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $61,972.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Natalie >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Doc Sch Pierce,Ionie Substitute Lecturer Doct 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $66,711.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Lecturer Doc Sch Saba,Farhat Substitute Lecturer Doct *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $66,711.00 8/27/2018 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Chemistry Eff From Functional Title Type SW Salary Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Lecturer Metlitsky,Leonid Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $56,939.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Khajo,Abdelahad Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $66,711.00 8/27/2018 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Graduate Assistant B Bakman - Sanchez,I Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 $17,600.00 nna B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Belh,Sarah J. Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Bennett,Seth A Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $16,043.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Chiemezie,Callistus Instructors 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 And Others Obumneme B Psc Cobos,Samantha N Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $15,523.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Desamero,Jessica Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $16,567.00 And Others Marie Lontoc B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Elie,Benelita Tina Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc

526 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $15,523.00 Korsmo,Hunter 8/27/2018 Wade B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Marciano,Yaron Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Itzhak Psc Pal,Rajat Kumar Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Poursharifi,Mina Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Asst $16,043.00 8/27/2018 And Others Sadat B Psc Graduate Assistant B Wlodarczyk,Marek Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $16,567.00 Tadeusz B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Zhang,Gan Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Childhood Ed/Special Ed Amount Name Title SW Salary Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Comments Type Hrs Components *Base Sal Clinical Kyprianou,Stella Instructors Clinical Professor $75,110.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others Professor Psc Comm. Arts Sciences & Disorder Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Yang,Seung - yun Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure $70,871.00 Lecturer Doct Davidovich,Ingrid Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 Lecturer Doc Sch 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Graduate Assistant B Cleare,Jenna Marie Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Ferenczi,Sarah Adjuncts *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Lynn B Graduate Assistant B Scherling,Spenser Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/27/2018 B R And Others Psc Computer & Information Science Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Zwick,Robert Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $59,890.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 Lecturer >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Conservatory of Music Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Devaney,Johanna Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $81,855.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Catriona Lecturer Mills,Jesse 1/24/2019 Substitute *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $61,972.00 Lecturer >=6 Mo Or Alexander Prior Ben Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Bouvier,Grant Instructors *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019

527 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components And Others B Christopher Psc Instructors Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Briones,Alan B And Others Psc $11,969.00 Graduate Assistant B Johnston,Jeryl Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 And Others B Janine Psc Graduate Assistant B Kelly,Maureen Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Earth and Environment Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Dastas,Natalie Instructors *Base Sal $16,043.00 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 Graduate Assistant B 8/26/2019 B And Others Rose Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Gormley,Mark Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $15,523.00 B Daniel And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Paltseva,Anna Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $16,043.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Sahin,Majid Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Economics Name Type SW Salary Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Amount Components Hrs 8/27/2018 Lecturer Bauer,Nicholas J. Substitute *Base Sal $59,890.00 1/24/2019 Lecturer >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben English Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doc Sch Graves,Syelle Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer Doct $64,634.00 8/27/2018 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Graduate Assistant B Arnold,Matthew Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Eric And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Egan,John C Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Pham,Andrew Tuan Instructors Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Sy,Cherry Lou Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Carino Psc Graduate Assistant B Vargas,Oscar Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Feirstein Grad School/Cinema

528 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $64,053.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 Kent,William 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Film Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Rinaldi,Frank Substitute Lecturer Doct *Base Sal $66,711.00 Lecturer Doc Sch 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Robert Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Finance Functional Title Name Type SW Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $68,796.00 Lecturer Doct Fung,Ka Wai Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer Doc Sch 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Terence Sch Prior Ben Lecturer Doc Sch Lou,Jun Substitute Lecturer Doct 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $64,634.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Health & Nutrition Sciences Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs $81,855.00 Caviglia,Jorge M Track Asst Professor Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Tenure Asst Professor Asst Professor Pouget,Enrique Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $84,354.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Rodriguez Lecturer Aman,Mahwash Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $56,939.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Cheruvillil,Mary Lecturer Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $59,890.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Joseph Prior Ben Lecturer Doc Sch Lecturer Doct Alraei,Raghda Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $64,634.00 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben History Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Visiting Assc Visiting Assc 8/26/2019 Spencer,Robyn C Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $97,628.00 Professor Professor Tenure Kinesiology Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Nosrat,Sanaz Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $61,684.00 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Library Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Assc Professor Assc Hughes,Michael Track *Base Sal $94,248.00 7/2/2018 8/26/2018

529 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Tenure Librarian Patrick - Professor Asst Asst Professor Johnson,Nanette Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/2/2018 Professor -Librarian >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Mathematics Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 8/27/2018 Asst Professor Goodson,Heidi Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/26/2019 Tenure Elizabeth Philosophy Functional Title Name Title SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Type Components Hrs Lindauer,Matthew Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $71,723.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Asst Professor Tenure V Physics Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doc Sch Godenko,Lyudmila Substitute Lecturer Doct *Base Sal $68,796.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Sch P. Prior Ben Psychology Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor DiBello,Angelo M Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Gantman,Ana Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Paulina Asst Professor Kuchirko,Yana Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Miles,Rona Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure *Base Sal Pittarello,Andrea Substitute Lecturer Doc Sch $64,634.00 Lecturer Doct 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Graduate Assistant B Alhazmi,Fahd Hadi Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 $16,043.00 And Others H B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Brittenham,Chloe E Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Chen,Junqing Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Koenig,Scott Substitute Graduate Asst *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or B Prior Ben Martin,Victoria M Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $15,523.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Munro Strieter,Ian Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $15,523.00 And Others Michael B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Nester,Caroline 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $15,523.00 Instructors And Others O'Neil B

530 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Psc $15,523.00 Quinn,Crystal G Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Stortz,Saige Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 B William And Others Psc Williamson,Casey Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $16,043.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Marie B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Zitron,Liat Ester Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $16,043.00 Leah B And Others Psc Psychology, Cnslng, and Ldrshp Amount Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Asst Professor Cheng,Pei - Han Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Puerto Rican & Latino Studies Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Martinez,Roberto Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $61,684.00 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Secondary Education Amount Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Components Hrs Lecturer Toala,Christian Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $59,890.00 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Sociology Name Type SW Salary Amount Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Hrs Components Lecturer Porcelli,Apollonya Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $59,890.00 Lecturer Maria >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Television and Radio Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Dipento,Melissa Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer $59,890.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 Ann >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Theater Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Jones,Michael 1/24/2019 Substitute 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $64,634.00 Sch >=6 Mo Or Colby Prior Ben Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Instructors *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Gillam,Elizabeth

531 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Jones,Geovonday Graduate Asst Instructors *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Z Psc Graduate Assistant B McCreary,Christop Graduate Asst Instructors 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others her James B Psc Graduate Assistant B Shelly,Sabra J Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Non -Teaching / Administrative Accounts Payable Eff From Functional Title Type SW Salary Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Assistant Ng Ou,Enlisa Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $49,193.00 10/15/2018 Finance Payments Track Specl 13.3B Asst To Heo Finance Coord Joshua,Jewel Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $42,407.00 9/10/2018 Track 13.3B Finance Coord Wu,Niky Qixin Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $42,407.00 Asst To Heo 9/10/2018 Track 13.3B C.A.A.S.S Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $87,495.00 LoPorto,Michael Heo Series Acad Advising Mgr *Base Sal 6/30/2019 10/15/2018 He Associate Track 13.3B Acad Advisor Placeholder for LoPorto,Michael 13.3B - *Base Sal $81,855.00 He Assistant 10/14/2018 Heo Series Sr-Heoa underlying title(HEa). Leave to serve in Higher title. Empower, Recruit, Invest, Supp Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst To Heo Acad Program Coord Williams,Shadiq Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/30/2018 $42,407.00 Aadil Track 13.3B Enrollment Services Center Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst To Heo Enrollment Coord Amezquita,Nicole Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/9/2018 $39,282.00 Stacey Track 13.3B Environmental Health & Safety Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst To Heo Envir Health And Buzin Heo Series *Base Sal $39,282.00 7/9/2018 6/30/2019

532 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Safety Coord Netyazhenko,Viktor Track 13.3B Envir Health And Lora,Julissa Heo Series Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $39,282.00 8/6/2018 Safety Coord Track 13.3B Financial Aid Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Financial Aid Coord Riso,Giulio Heo Series 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo *Base Sal $39,282.00 7/9/2018 Track Salvatore 13.3B Fiscal and Business Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Finance Coord Derrick,Kareem Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $44,308.00 10/15/2018 6/30/2019 Track Vaughan Richard 13.3B Favaloro,Thomas Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/9/2018 Asst To Heo Finance Coord $44,308.00 Andrew Track 13.3B Inst. Rsrch and Data Analysis Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Instit Research Specl Yampolskaya,Anna Heo Series He Assistant Placeholder for *Base Sal $51,487.00 10/9/2018 Track underlying title (HEa). Leave to 13.3B serve in a higher title. Institutional & Academic Prgms Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components O'Connor,Patrick Heo Series *Base Sal He Associate $69,193.00 Admin Mgr 10/15/2018 Track 13.3B Office of Comptroller Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Finance Specl Fredericks,FluQuee Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $56,528.00 7/9/2018 n Track 13.3B Office of Personal Counseling Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components *Base Sal He Associate Tilliman,Damien G Substitute Student Psych $69,193.00 9/18/2018 3/17/2019 Counselor -Hea >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben SEEK

533 Eff From Functional Title Type SW Salary Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Title Hrs Components Acad Seek Program He Officer Clarke,Randall Substitute *Base Sal 1/31/2019 $87,495.00 8/1/2018 >=6 Mo Or Dir Prior Ben Acad Seek Program He Associate Clarke,Randall *Base Sal $71,723.00 7/31/2018 6/30/2019 Mgr He Assistant Donnellan,Robert Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/30/2018 *Base Sal Acad Seek Std Suppt $63,617.00 Specl Track Francis 13.3B Acad Seek Std Suppt $63,617.00 Feliciano 6/30/2019 Heo Series 8/13/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant Track Burgos,Dianne Specl 13.3B Marie It Academic Asst To Heo Padmaperuma,Don Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/23/2018 $51,153.00 Geethanjali Technology Coord Track 13.3B SVP for Finance and Admin Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Admin Exec Coord Guarrella,Carolina Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $42,407.00 6/30/2019 7/30/2018 Track 13.3B Student Center Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst To Heo Auguste,Andy Heo Series Student Life Coord *Base Sal $69,188.00 6/30/2018 3/15/2018 Track 13.3B Student Financial Services Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Enrollment Specl Lanza,Joseph Heo Series He Assistant 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $63,617.00 10/15/2018 Track Bettino 13.3B $63,617.00 Lanza,Joseph Heo Series 6/30/2019 He Assistant *Base Sal Enrollment Specl 10/15/2018 Bettino Track 13.3B VP for Student Affairs Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Acad Program Specl Auguste,Andy Substitute *Base Sal He Assistant 3/15/2019 $75,110.00 9/16/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Appointment: 130 Appointment w/ Equivalencies Faculty Art Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst Professor Asst Professor Adams,Derrick *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Track

534 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Tenure Total Action Appointment w/ Equivalencies: 1 Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Non -Teaching / Administrative Budget Salary Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title $104,461.00 Finance Budget Dir 10/10/2018 Lanza,Michael Heo Series $94,248.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal He Officer He Associate Track Finance Budget Mgr 13.3B $71,723.00 Finance Budget Mgr 10/10/2018 Tsoi,Shuk Ping Heo Series $65,817.00 He Associate *Base Sal *Base Sal He Assistant Track Finance Budget Specl 13.3B Business Analytics & Data Rptg Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff From Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Admin Policy Analyst $65,817.00 Heo Series 10/10/2018 He Associate *Base Sal $75,110.00 *Base Sal Uksal,Anzhela Sr-Hea Track He Assistant 13.3B Admin Org And Bus Eff Specl Inst. Rsrch and Data Analysis Salary Functional Title Comments Name Type Title Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Instit Research Mgr He Associate 10/10/2018 Yampolskaya,Anna Heo Series $81,855.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $84,678.00 He Assistant Track Instit Research Specl 13.3B Title Chge/Reclass: 4 Total Action Appointment- Early Payment of New Steps Faculty Conservatory of Music Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Jensen - Moulton,St Tenured *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $106,700.00 Assc Professor *Base Sal Assc Professor $97,628.00 ephanie Davis -Teaching / Administrative Non Inst. Rsrch and Data Analysis Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components He Officer Instit Research Dir Ayers,Michael R 13.3B - *Base Sal 10/2/2018 $128,485.00 *Base Sal $120,450.00 Heo Series Total Action Early Payment of New Steps: 2

535 Reappointment Faculty Biology Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Name Eff To Appt Comments Amount Hrs Components Ashe,Jimiane L Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Instructors Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $16,567.00 Bythrow,Glennon 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others V. Psc Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Instructors *Base Sal $16,043.00 Farhat,Manal F 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Hom,Kelsey Nicole Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Janisch,Niklas Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $15,523.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Kan,Jingbo Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Levendosky,Keith Graduate Asst *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors B And Others Joseph Psc $17,600.00 Lewandowski,Nao Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B 8/27/2018 And Others mi Jean B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Philip,Jasmin Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Rameau,Rachele Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B Dolce And Others Psc Business Management Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components *Base Sal Hampton - Sosa,Willi Track Assc Professor Assc Professor $90,871.00 8/31/2018 8/27/2018 Tenure am R Assc Professor Assc Professor Hampton - Sosa,Willi Tenured *Base Sal $90,871.00 9/1/2018 am R Chemistry Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Son,Jiye Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Comm. Arts Sciences & Disorder Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Budhai,Ashley Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc

536 Conservatory of Music Type Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Graduate Asst Eckenroth,Lindsey Graduate Assistant B Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $14,253.00 8/27/2018 Nicole B And Others Psc Film Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 8/27/2018 Track *Base Sal Asst Professor Andersen,Kara 8/26/2019 Reappointed for Asst Professor $81,855.00 Academic year Tenure Lynn 2019 only. 2018- Terminal appointment as per settlement agreement. Distinguished Reilly,Thomas Dist Lecturer *Base Sal $116,439.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors Aubert Lecturer And Others Psc Library Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Amount Components Hrs Assc 8/26/2019 Hughes,Michael Assc Professor Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $94,248.00 -Librarian Patrick Tenure Professor Mathematics Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Etkin,Arkady Graduate Asst *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors B And Others Psc Physics Name Type Salary Title Amount Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Maharjan,Nikesh Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $16,567.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Tantillo,Anthony Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Nicholas B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Vallone,Steven P Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,567.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Psychology Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Amada,Nicole M Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $15,523.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Ergun,Taylan Safak Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $16,043.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Rajagopalan,Janan Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $16,043.00 8/27/2018 i B And Others

537 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Psc Sociology Name Type Title Comments Amount Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Lecturer Granville,Donna Substitute 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Lecturer $56,939.00 Lee >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Laboratory / Research Psychology Functional Title Name Type Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Salary Hrs Components Sr College Lab Sr College Lab Das,Kumud C Track 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $60,297.00 Tech Tenure Class Tech- Non -Teaching / Administrative Student Center Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 6/30/2019 Student Life Coord Auguste,Andy Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $69,188.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Total Action Reappointment: 28 Transfer from Another College Faculty Political Science Comments Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Components Professor Lopes,Anne Lisa Tenured Transfer from *Base Sal $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2018 John Jay with Tenure. Total Action Transfer from Another College: 1 Promotion Faculty Business Management Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components Assc Professor Hampton - Track Assc Professor *Base Sal $90,871.00 *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/27/2018 Sosa,Willi am R Asst Professor Tenure Asst Professor Total Action Promotion: 1 Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST

538 -Teaching / Administrative Non Central Depository Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Prev Salary Functional Title Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Vialva,Christina Mia Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal 10/9/2018 $62,949.00 Student Life Coord *Base Sal $60,869.00 Track 13.3B Total Action Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST: 1 Revision Faculty Psychology Functional Title Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Comments Name Components Hrs Pay Assc Professor Assc Professor Grasso,Frank Tenured *Base Sal $106,700.00 Revision of 8/27/2018 80 Fellowship Leave; postponed to Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Laboratory / Research Biology Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Pay Hrs Components Research Assc Research Associate Bono,Lisa Mullen Instructors Empl. class is *Base Sal 100 $49,521.00 8/27/2018 1/8/2019 revised to read And Others Psc "Instr other". The action is from a search. Reported on 6/18 and 2/17 CR report. Non -Teaching / Administrative Enrollment Services Center Functional Title Name Title Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Pay Hrs Components Asst To Heo Enrollment Coord Amezquita,Nicole End date revised Substitute 100 *Base Sal 7/8/2018 $39,282.00 5/7/2018 >=6 Mo Or Stacey from 11/6/18 to Prior Ben 7/8/18 (4/18 CR). Office of Comptroller Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Title Comments Functional Title Hrs Components Pay He Assistant Fredericks,FluQuee Substitute End date revised *Base Sal $56,528.00 Finance Specl 4/17/2018 7/8/2018 100 from 10/16/18 to n >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben 7/8/18 (4/18 CR) Total Action Revision: 4 Total Actions Reported: Instructional

539 Appointment Faculty: 104 - Teaching / Administrative: 26 Non Appointment w/ Equivalencies Faculty: 1 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass - Teaching / Administrative: 4 Non Early Payment of New Steps Faculty: 1 Non Teaching / Administrative: 1 - Reappointment Faculty: 26 Laboratory / Research: 1 Non Teaching / Administrative: 1 - Transfer from Another College Faculty: 1 Promotion Faculty: 1 Salary Incr - Not New Step (INST - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Non Revision Faculty: 1 Laboratory / Research: 1 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Total Instructional: 172

540 Classified Appointment Competitive Campus & Community Safety Svcs Amount Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments SW Components Hrs Campus Security Rojas,Delia Probable *Base Sal Campus $58,317.00 6/18/2018 6/17/2019 Specialist 1 Permanent Security Specialist Campus Peace Rojas,Delia Permanent *Base Sal Campus Peace 6/18/2018 $52,375.00 Officer 2 Officer English Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Dubreuil,Heloise Probable Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 $29,497.00 9/17/2018 9/5/2019 *Base Sal Assistant Permanent - Maintenance Facilities Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Plumber Plumber Estrada,Julio C Temporary *Base Sal $94,346.00 12/16/2018 9/17/2018 <6 Months Heating Plant Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Stationary Engineer Scott,Wayne Probable 9/30/2019 *Base Sal Stationary $127,034.00 10/1/2018 Permanent Engineer Office of Comptroller Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Finance Finance Accountant Zheng,Elaine Provisional *Base Sal $57,378.00 7/30/2018 2 Accountant Office of the Registrar Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 Pirmukhamedova,N 9/16/2019 Probable 9/17/2018 *Base Sal $29,497.00 Permanent odira Assistant Purchasing and Contracting Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst 10/28/2019 Finance Purchasing 10/29/2018 Henry,Sheena Provisional *Base Sal $37,111.00 Agent Asst Purchasing Agent

541 Non -Competitive Facilities - Custodial Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Encarnacion Custodial Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst 7/2/2018 $33,084.00 Assistant etitive Almonte,Felix A Custodial Custodial Asst Graham,Keith Non - Comp *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $33,084.00 etitive Assistant Mess,Kimeannie Non - Comp *Base Sal Custodial Asst $33,084.00 Custodial 6/22/2018 Assistant etitive Custodial Asst Neal,Jonathon M Non - Comp *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $33,084.00 Custodial etitive Assistant Total Action Appointment: 12 Transfer from Another College Labor Grounds Operations Functional Title Title Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Name Components Laborer Laborer - Consolidate Mcaloney,Mark Non - Comp 10/22/2018 *Base Sal $72,036.00 d etitive Total Action Transfer from Another College: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive Business Management Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Functional Title Expected return Cuny Office Asst 3 Bandele,Assatta Permanent Cuny Office 8/20/2018 Assistant to work date 9/5/2018 Campus & Community Safety Svcs Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Campus Pub Campus Public Samuels,Karen Permanent 6/30/2018 Expected return Safety Sgt to work 11/3/2018 Safety Sergeant Adams,Wendi Permanent 3/29/2018 Campus Peace Expected return Campus Peace Officer Officer 1 to work date 9/29/2018 Grounds Operations Functional Title Name Title Eff From Eff To Comments Type Park Princ Return to work Park Principal Supv Forstner,George F Provisional 9/7/2018 Supv date 9/13/2018. Office of the Registrar Title Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Permanent Cuny Office Roberts,Shelly A Cuny Office Asst 2 11/8/2018 Return to work

542 Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Assistant date 2/11/2019. Undergraduate Admissions Name Type Title Eff From Eff To Comments Functional Title Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 2 John,Coreen Permanent 9/18/2018 Expected return to work date Assistant 11/17/18. Non -Competitive Facilities - Custodial Functional Title Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Expected return Custodial Asst Ayora,Dora Custodial Perm/Disc 7/25/2018 Rights Only Margoth to work date Assistant 8/15/18. Total Action Authorized Leave: 7 Revision Competitive Campus & Community Safety Svcs Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Empl class Campus Public 100 Nocera,Glenn Permanent *Base Sal Campus Pub $55,370.00 8/23/2018 Safety Safety Sgt change from Prob perm to perm. Sergeant Campus Peace Amin,Ahmad M.i Passed Permanent *Base Sal $33,825.00 6/2/2018 Campus Peace 100 Officer probation; Officer 1 attained permanency. Empl class changed from Prob perm to Perm. Revised return to Campus Peace Brown,Derrick A Permanent *Base Sal Campus Peace $47,030.00 100 1/26/2018 Officer Officer 1 work date 9/17/2018 Dimmock,Lameek Passed Campus Peace Campus Peace Permanent *Base Sal 100 $33,825.00 6/2/2018 probation, Empl Officer 1 Officer class change from Prob perm to Perm. Campus Peace Guillaume,William Expected return Permanent *Base Sal $47,030.00 Campus Peace 4/14/2018 100 Officer Officer 1 to work 7/2/18. Campus Peace Campus Peace Passed Knight,Carolyn Permanent *Base Sal $33,825.00 100 6/2/2018 Officer 1 probation, Empl Officer class change from Prob Perm to Perm. Campus Peace $33,825.00 Tammaro,Nicholas Permanent *Base Sal Campus Peace 6/2/2018 100 Passed A Officer 1 Officer probation; Empl class changed from Prob perm to perm. Campus Peace Attained Campus Peace 100 Trotman,Derrick A Permanent *Base Sal $44,967.00 8/29/2017 Officer Officer 1 permanency; empl class changed from Prob perm to perm.

543 Heating Plant Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Appt Pay Components Hrs Stationary Stationary Engineer Corlette,Lennox Probable Empl Class *Base Sal $127,034.00 100 8/20/2018 changed to Prob Permanent Engineer Perm hired from CS list Empl class Stationary Engineer Dimitrov,Dimitar Stationary Probable 100 *Base Sal $127,034.00 8/20/2018 Engineer Permanent Stoyanov changed to Prob Perm hired from CS list Empl Class Stationary Engineer Silva,Juan Probable 100 *Base Sal $127,034.00 Stationary 8/20/2018 changed to Prob Permanent Francisco Engineer Perm hired from CS list Mailing Services Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Pay Components Mail Message Svc Greenwood,Oliver Provisional Revised return to $33,840.00 6/29/2018 Mail Message 100 *Base Sal Svcs Worker Wkr 1 work 10/6/2018. Non -Competitive Facilities - Custodial Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Title Comments Hrs Components Pay Custodial Passed Custodial Asst Harper,Marcus Von Perm/Disc *Base Sal 100 $33,084.00 9/25/2018 Rights Only Assistant probation; attained disciplinary rights. Custodial Revised return to Custodial Asst Mena,Luz Perm/Disc 100 *Base Sal $33,084.00 5/9/2018 Rights Only Assistant work date 7/10/18. Approved Custodial Asst Phillips,Roger Perm/Disc 100 *Base Sal $33,084.00 Custodial 7/9/2018 Medical Leave Rights Only Assistant reported to the board deleted. CR 6/25/18. Total Action Revision: 15 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive: 8 Non - Competi tive: 4 Transfer from Another College Labor: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive: 6 Non - Competitive: 1 Revision

544 Competitive: 12 Non - Competitive: 3 Total Classified: 35

545 Borough of Manhattan CC Instructional Appointment Faculty Academic Literacy & Linguistic Functional Title Name Type SW Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Koch,William H. Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Protopopescu,Tudo Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure r I Asst Professor Singh,Danesh K Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Roe,Vanessa HW Substitute Instructor *Base Sal $52,375.00 Instructor 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Accounting Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Nair,Clive Substitute *Base Sal Instructor $52,375.00 Instructor 9/4/2018 2/28/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Art & Music Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Professor Moorman,Joyce E Substitute Professor *Base Sal $104,461.00 8/27/2018 8/31/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Asst Professor Angus,Quentin Asst Professor Track $68,351.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Tenure Bryan Asst Professor Asst Professor McBride,Siobhan K Track *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Business Administration Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Grant,Shawn Track *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure CUNYstart Program Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Cuny Start Instructor Emmons,Dylan Instructors Cuny Start *Base Sal $52,258.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 Instructor And Others Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Pena,Yomaris Substitute 2/19/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $49,315.00 <6 Mo No Instructor Prior Svc

546 Computer Applications Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Vatankhah,Maryam Track Asst Professor *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 $68,351.00 Tenure Instructor Instructor Substitute *Base Sal $49,840.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 Melie,Ora K <6 Mo No Prior Svc Instructor Nossa,Rachel Substitute *Base Sal $54,399.00 Instructor 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 <6 Mo No Prior Svc English Language/Literatures Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Delgado,Francisco Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Dan Quinata Asst Professor Johnstone,Boyda Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Instructor Lewis,Ellen Instructor Substitute *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $54,399.00 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Health Education Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Aiyedun,Afolarin Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $68,351.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Joshua $65,373.00 Evangelista,Alex J Instructors Instructor *Base Sal 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Instructor And Others Psc Lecturer Bravo,Jason Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal $52,258.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Mathematics Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Components Hrs $68,351.00 Retamoso,Ivan Track Asst Professor Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Tenure Instructor Instructor Seaton,Marlon Substitute 2/28/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $52,375.00 Anthony >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Instructor Welz,Gary L Substitute *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $52,375.00 Instructor 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Media Arts and Technology Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $68,351.00 Diego,Carlo R Track *Base Sal Asst Professor Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Asst Professor Sloves,Samuel P Substitute *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $53,658.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Nursing

547 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal Asst Professor $75,110.00 Brown,Clara 9/4/2018 2/28/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Cayanan,Romeo Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $71,723.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Heyward,Mary J Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Penalo,Laura M Track *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 $78,477.00 Tenure Asst Professor Schwenk,Janet E Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Asst Professor Tenure Instructor Matson,Gabriela Substitute *Base Sal $49,840.00 Instructor 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Science Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Beaupierre,Elsie Substitute Asst Professor Asst Professor *Base Sal $53,658.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Ponnala,Malleswari Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $58,555.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Instructor Instructor Tapia,Beicer Substitute *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $49,840.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Social Science Amount Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Components Hrs Asst Professor Acosta,Lissette Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $71,723.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Asst Professor Margaryan,Satenik Asst Professor Substitute 2/28/2019 *Base Sal $53,658.00 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Vladimir Prior Svc Speech/Communication/Theatre A Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Alomari,Naseer Track *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Hardy,Antoine Instructors Instructor Instructor *Base Sal $61,325.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others Psc Instructor Moss,Christopher E Substitute Instructor *Base Sal 2/28/2019 $52,375.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Teacher Education Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Hrs Components Instructor Instructor Crosby,Jillian Substitute 2/28/2019 *Base Sal $54,399.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben

548 Laboratory / Research Modern Languages & Literatures Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components College Lab 1/24/2019 Diaz,Jacob Noe Substitute 8/27/2018 *Base Sal College Lab $40,627.00 <6 Mo No Class Tech- Tech Prior Svc Non -Teaching / Administrative ASAP Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Acad Asap Program Petri,Michael Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/30/2018 *Base Sal He Associate $81,855.00 Mgr Track 13.3B Acad Asap Student He Assistant Bonet,Adam Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $56,528.00 7/16/2018 Adv Track -Heoa 13.3B Acad Asap Student Love,Sheryl M Heo Series He Assistant 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 8/6/2018 $56,528.00 Track -Heoa Adv 13.3B Acad Asap Student He Assistant Mboup,Ahmadou Heo Series 6/30/2019 8/6/2018 *Base Sal $56,528.00 Adv -Heoa Track 13.3B Acad Asap Student Wheeler,Tracey A Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 He Assistant 8/6/2018 $51,126.00 -Heoa Adv Track 13.3B He Assistant Acad Asap Student Wilson,Kalvin 6/30/2019 Heo Series 8/6/2018 $56,528.00 *Base Sal Track Michael -Heoa Adv 13.3B Admissions Services Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $87,495.00 Admissions Mgr Perez,Joshua Heo Series He Associate 6/30/2019 10/15/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B Admissions Coord Harris,Olivia C Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $55,837.00 6/30/2019 9/17/2018 Track 13.3B Advisement & Transfer Center Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Eff From Comments Amount Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Acad Advisor Burke,Daniel Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $56,528.00 7/16/2018 6/30/2019 Sr-Heoa Joseph Track 13.3B Acad Advisor Ollivierre,Daria Heo Series He Assistant $56,528.00 7/17/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Ariste Sr-Heoa Track 13.3B Acad Advisor Sanders,Lafay K Heo Series *Base Sal $56,528.00 He Assistant 7/16/2018 6/30/2019 Track Sr-Heoa 13.3B Acad Advisor Siegel,Staci Substitute *Base Sal $58,555.00 He Assistant 7/1/2018 7/15/2018 <6 Mo No Sr-Heoa Prior Svc He Assistant Acad Advisor Siegel,Staci Heo Series 6/30/2019 $61,593.00 7/16/2018 *Base Sal Track Sr-Heoa

549 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 13.3B Aheo Ayyad,Huda Substitute *Base Sal - Asst To Heo Acad Advisor $40,815.00 8/8/2018 12/31/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Acad Advisor - Aheo Cerrato,Wilfredo Substitute Asst To Heo *Base Sal $40,815.00 12/31/2018 8/8/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Acad Advisor - Aheo Rembert,Li - senya Substitute *Base Sal Asst To Heo $40,815.00 12/31/2018 8/8/2018 <6 Mo No D Prior Svc Business Office/Fin Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Finance Budget Mgr Doerle,Lisa M Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal 6/30/2019 9/4/2018 $90,871.00 Track 13.3B College Now Program Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Admin Coord Moore,Renita J Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo $39,282.00 6/30/2019 8/27/2018 Track 13.3B Counseling Academic Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $84,678.00 He Associate Borrero - Bracero,Ne Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 *Base Sal Student Psych Counselor -Hea Track stor 13.3B Edu. Opportunity & Diversity P Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Rivas,Kathalina V Substitute 4/14/2019 10/15/2018 *Base Sal Eoc Assistant Eoc Acad $48,210.00 -Aheo Advisor >=6 Mo Or To Heo Prior Ben Institutional Effectiveness/An Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Huang,Yu - Chuen Heo Series *Base Sal He Assistant 6/30/2019 $56,528.00 Instit Research Specl 10/1/2018 Track 13.3B Nursing Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Assistant Acad Advisor Padmore,Yvonne Substitute 3/16/2019 *Base Sal 9/17/2018 $58,555.00 Sr-Heoa >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Office Of Student Affairs

550 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Klemm,Jeffrey Heo Series He Assistant $63,617.00 Student Life Specl 6/18/2018 6/30/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B Student Center/Student Activ Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Student Life Specl Waszak,Christina Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Assistant $63,617.00 9/10/2018 Rose Track 13.3B office of Academic Affairs Amount Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Acad Program Mgr Evans,Jordan P Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $78,477.00 8/27/2018 Track 13.3B It Academic Harbison,Thomas F Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Associate $81,855.00 8/27/2018 Track Applications Mgr 13.3B He Associate It Academic Osae - Kwapong,Eliz Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/30/2018 *Base Sal $78,477.00 Applications Mgr Track a 13.3B Admin Specl Huie,John Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $63,617.00 7/23/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Total Action Appointment: 69 Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Faculty Mathematics Comments Functional Title Eff To Name Type Salary Title Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/26/2019 Yuan,Hong Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $75,110.00 8/27/2018 $72,065.00 Instructor Tenure Instructor Teacher Education Title Comments Functional Title Eff To Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Asst Professor 8/26/2019 Gilken,Jennifer M Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 Asst Professor *Base Sal $72,065.00 $75,110.00 Instructor Tenure Instructor Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 2 Reappointment Faculty CUNYstart Program Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Aguirre,John *Base Sal $56,939.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 Instructors

551 Type Salary Title Functional Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Instructor And Others Psc $52,258.00 Bauer,Bryce T Instructors Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor *Base Sal 8/18/2019 8/20/2018 Instructor And Others Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Cabrera,Emmanuel Instructors *Base Sal 8/18/2019 $54,862.00 8/20/2018 And Others Instructor Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Grochecki,Magdale Instructors 8/18/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $64,053.00 Instructor And Others na Psc Lewis,Clyde Wayne Instructors Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor *Base Sal $56,939.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 Instructor And Others Psc Li,Jingjing Instructors Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor *Base Sal $59,890.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 Instructor And Others Psc Mason,Sherry R Instructors Cuny Start Instructor Cuny Start $66,131.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 *Base Sal Instructor And Others Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Odoms,Jennifer Instructors 8/18/2019 8/20/2018 *Base Sal $49,315.00 Instructor Ruth And Others Psc Cuny Start Instructor Ortuno,Charlene Instructors 8/18/2019 *Base Sal Cuny Start $54,862.00 8/20/2018 Instructor And Others Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Pariser,Marea 8/18/2019 Instructors 8/20/2018 *Base Sal $54,862.00 And Others Rebecca Instructor Psc Ross,Audrey Dean Instructors Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor *Base Sal $54,862.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 And Others Instructor Psc Cuny Start Instructor Stefanovich,Susan Instructors 8/18/2019 8/20/2018 *Base Sal Cuny Start $59,890.00 Instructor And Others na Psc Modern Languages & Literatures Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Garrido,German A Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $65,817.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Nursing Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Clarke,Sophia Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $84,354.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Tenure Loreen Non -Teaching / Administrative ASAP Amount Functional Title Name Title Type Salary Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Assistant Acad Asap Student Marazzo,Sharon C Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $58,555.00 Track -Heoa Adv 13.3B He Assistant Acad Asap Student Pujols,Josephine T 13.3B - 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $65,817.00 Heo Series Adv -Heoa Advisement & Transfer Center

552 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Pallis,Peter Heo Series 6/30/2019 He Assistant $65,817.00 Acad Advisor 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Sr-Heoa 13.3B CUNYstart Program Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Acad Std Suppt Hackenberg,Celest Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant $58,555.00 Specl Track e 13.3B Office Of Student Affairs Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Student Life Mgr Ginese,Joseph Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $90,871.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B $63,617.00 Klemm,Jeffrey Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal Student Life Specl 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Student Life Coord Lee,Albert Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $55,837.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Office of Enrollment Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Student Life Intl Oyewo - Hall,Iyabo A He Assistant Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 Student Spec Track 13.3B Student Center/Student Activ Functional Title Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Name Hrs Components 6/30/2019 He Assistant Chapen,Mariana A Heo Series *Base Sal Student Life Specl $71,723.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Total Action Reappointment: 23 Transfer to Another College Faculty CUNYstart Program Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Daniel,Lisa Instructors 8/20/2018 $59,890.00 *Base Sal Instructor And Others Psc Total Action Transfer to Another College: 1 Promotion

553 Laboratory / Research Academic Literacy & Linguistic Comments Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components 5/25/2018 Adj Sr College Lab Adjuncts Adj Sr College Soldevilla,Altagraci Tech a Lab Tech Adj Sr College Lab Adj Sr College Tech Lab Tech Freshman Year Program (Academ) Functional Title Comments Name Type Title Salary Eff From Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Prior Title Components Prior Func Title Adjuncts Adj Sr Col lege Lab 6/4/2018 Soldevilla,Altagraci Adj Sr College Lab Tech Tech a Adj Sr College Adj Sr College Lab Lab Tech Tech Total Action Promotion: 2 -Not New Step (INST Salary Incr Faculty CUNYstart Program Functional Title Type Salary Amount Prev Salary Title Prev Amount Eff From Comments Name Components Components $52,258.00 Cuny Start Odoms,Jennifer Instructors *Base Sal Cuny Start Instructor *Base Sal $49,315.00 8/20/2018 Ruth Instructor And Others Psc -Teaching / Administrative Non Language Immersion Program Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Asst To Heo Admin Coord Smalls,Tyshelle Heo Series 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $45,957.00 $44,308.00 *Base Sal Track 13.3B -Not New Step (INST: 2 Total Action Salary Incr Authorized Leave Faculty Science Title Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Asst Professor Asst Professor Gonzalez Track 8/26/2019 9/23/2018 Tenure Urbina,Luis Angel Total Action Authorized Leave: 1 50% Salary Reduction Faculty Business Administration

554 Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Track Asst Professor *Base Sal Sen,Sahana $81,855.00 7/1/2018 Tenure English Language/Literatures Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components 7/1/2018 Bisz,Joseph L Tenured *Base Sal $100,211.00 Assc Professor Modern Languages & Literatures Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Sarti,Lisa $81,855.00 Track *Base Sal Assc Professor 7/1/2018 Tenure Garrido,German A Track *Base Sal $65,817.00 Asst Professor 7/1/2018 8/26/2018 Tenure Nursing Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Asst Professor Antoine,Arntrica Track *Base Sal $71,723.00 8/26/2018 7/1/2018 Tenure Bynoe,Charity Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $71,723.00 7/1/2018 8/26/2018 Tenure Mbewe,Catherine Track *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/26/2018 7/1/2018 Asst Professor Tenure $71,723.00 - Moses,Abdur Track 8/26/2018 *Base Sal Asst Professor Nizar 7/1/2018 Tenure Raheem Q Social Science Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Track Newfield,Schneur Z *Base Sal Asst Professor $71,723.00 7/1/2018 8/26/2018 Tenure Sharma,Shruti Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $68,351.00 7/1/2018 8/26/2018 Tenure Total Action 50% Salary Reduction: 10 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 40 Laboratory / Research: 1 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 28 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Faculty: 2 Reappointment Faculty: 14 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 9

555 Transfer to Another College Fac ulty: 1 Promotion Laboratory / Research: 2 Salary Incr - Not New Step (INST Faculty: 1 - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Non Authorized Leave Faculty: 1 50% Salary Reduction Faculty: 10 Total Instructional: 110

556 Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial Facility Maint Operation Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components *Base Sal Chief Admin Supt Lugo,Eric Provisional Chief Admin $140,902.00 10/29/2018 - Supt Builds Gds 4 Competitive Competitive Audio & Visual Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $29,342.00 Asst Media Temporary *Base Sal Asst Media Services Castineiras,Steven 7/30/2018 10/29/2018 Services J Tech <6 Months Technician Asst Media $29,342.00 Soh,Eng Leng Temporary *Base Sal Asst Media Services 7/30/2018 10/29/2018 Services Tech <6 Months Technician Center, Women's Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components Cuny Office Asst 1 Cuny Office Buxo,Jauhara Probable *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $29,497.00 8/27/2018 Assistant Permanent Computer Center Operations Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Associate 3 It Associate Provisional *Base Sal $85,000.00 Caldon,Dennis J 9/24/2018 It Associate 1 Ali,Syed S It Associate Temporary *Base Sal $66,710.00 9/4/2018 12/30/2018 <6 Months Facility Maint Operation Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Alert,Deian N Provisional $64,277.00 Purchasing 6/11/2018 Finance Purchasing *Base Sal Agent Agent 3 Adaba,Sabrina C Probable Cuny Office *Base Sal Cuny Office Asst 1 $29,497.00 10/16/2018 10/15/2019 Permanent Assistant Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 Kamynin,Kirill Probable *Base Sal 6/24/2019 $29,497.00 6/25/2018 Assistant Permanent Stationary Stationary Engineer Giglio,Nicholas P Probable 9/9/2019 *Base Sal $127,034.00 9/10/2018 Permanent Engineer Stationary Stationary Engineer Mastrolembo,Rober Probable 9/3/2019 *Base Sal 9/4/2018 $127,034.00 Permanent t J Engineer Oiler Oiler Zielonka,Tomasz Probable *Base Sal $119,371.00 8/19/2019 8/20/2018 Permanent

557 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Tempo rary Electrician *Base Sal Electrician $101,782.00 Sobiesiak,Garry F 8/22/2018 11/21/2018 <6 Months Plumber Amato,Salvatore A Temporary Plumber *Base Sal $94,346.00 12/31/2018 7/16/2018 6 Months Or More Human Resources Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Cuny Office Asst 1 Zheng,Jing Probable 7/8/2019 *Base Sal $29,497.00 Cuny Office 7/9/2018 Permanent Assistant Office Of Student Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Billups,Jade M Probable *Base Sal $29,497.00 Cuny Office 9/10/2018 9/9/2019 Cuny Office Asst 1 Assistant Permanent Security Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components *Base Sal Cabaleiro,Doris Probable Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 1 $33,332.00 6/18/2018 6/17/2019 Assistant Permanent Campus Pub Campus Public 7/27/2018 Couamin,Benoit Permanent *Base Sal $55,922.00 Safety Sgt Safety Sergeant Probable *Base Sal Campus Peace $33,825.00 McLawrence,Clive Campus Peace 7/13/2018 7/12/2019 Officer 1 Permanent Officer Gladstone Campus Peace Campus Peace Ramsunder,Tenesh Probable 7/12/2019 *Base Sal 7/13/2018 $33,825.00 Permanent Officer 1 Officer Campus Peace Campus Peace 7/12/2019 Ray,Antonio M Probable 7/13/2018 *Base Sal $33,825.00 Permanent Officer 1 Officer Campus Security Chattopadhyay,Pra 6/17/2019 Campus 6/18/2018 *Base Sal $26,464.00 Probable Permanent Security Asst dip K Asst Campus Campus Security 9/23/2019 Perez,David Probable 9/24/2018 *Base Sal $26,464.00 Permanent Asst Security Asst Total Action Appointment: 23 Reappointment Competitive Library Functional Title Name Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Type Hrs Components Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 2 Munoz,Anthony R Permanent *Base Sal $30,998.00 10/16/2018 Assistant Public Relations Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 2 Maccarone,Annette Permanent *Base Sal $35,027.00 7/31/2018 Assistant

558 Registrar Eff From Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Hrs Components Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 2 Chambers,Stephan Permanent *Base Sal $30,998.00 7/10/2018 ie A Assistant Security Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Campus Campus Security Lennie,Cletus Permanent *Base Sal $33,741.00 7/14/2018 Asst Security Asst $26,464.00 Nixon,Lakia Permanent *Base Sal 12/30/2018 Campus Security Campus 7/10/2018 Security Asst Asst Total Action Reappointment: 5 Transfer from Another College Competitive Counseling Academic Functional Title Name Title SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Type Components Cuny Office Cuny Office Asst 2 Ramirez,Samantha Probable 8/2/2018 *Base Sal $35,027.00 Permanent Assistant Total Action Transfer from Another College: 1 Transfer to Another College Competitive Computer Center Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Eff From Amount Title Components $40,639.00 Barretto,Jodiwin Provisional *Base Sal It Support Asst It Support Assistant 8/4/2018 Ocampo Learning Resource Center Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components $35,027.00 Esposito,Joanne M Permanent Cuny Office Asst 2 *Base Sal Cuny Office 7/30/2018 Assistant Security Operations Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components Campus Pub 7/26/2018 Campus Public $55,370.00 Hilliard,Melvin Sean Permanent *Base Sal Safety Safety Sgt Sergeant Total Action Transfer to Another College: 3 LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay

559 Competitive Facility Maint Operation Eff To Type Eff From Name Comments Title Custodial Thompson,Gregory Permanent 9/8/2018 12/19/2018 Supervisor Total Action LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay: 1 Reinstatement Competitive Facility Maint Operation Functional Title Name Type Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Salary Hrs Components Custodial Custodial Supv Thompson,Gregory Permanent *Base Sal $35,913.00 12/19/2018 9/8/2018 Supervisor Total Action Reinstatement: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial: 1 Competitive: 22 Reappointment Competitive: 5 Transfer from Another College Competitive: 1 Transfer to Another College Competitive: 3 LOA w/Incr Cr, w/o Pay Competitive: 1 Reinstatement Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 34

560 Central Office Comm Colleges Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Asst Dean Kim,Jeanette Ecp Acting *Base Sal $137,000.00 3/3/2019 9/4/2018 Univ Asst Dn Academic Affairs <6 Months Accelerated Studies/Assoc Prog Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Asst Dean Univ Asst Dn Heffernan,Kara M Ecp Acting 1/31/2019 *Base Sal $137,000.00 8/1/2018 <6 Months Academic Affairs Univ Exec Dir Ecp Acting *Base Sal $137,000.00 Brongniart,Christin 8/13/2018 2/12/2019 Univ Asst Academic Affairs <6 Months Administrator e J VC For Human Resources Mgt Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Exec Specl Frankowski,Jean Ecp Acting Univ $182,000.00 5/15/2018 11/14/2018 *Base Sal Marie Administrator <6 Months Advisor 11/14/2018 Univ Exec Specl Univ Hochstadt,Marlene Ecp Acting 5/15/2018 *Base Sal $246,645.00 Advisor <6 Months G Administrator Total Action Appointment: 5 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 5 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 5

561 Instructional Appointment -Teaching / Administrative Non Academic Affairs Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Acad Resource Ctr Johnson,Margaret Appointment with He Officer Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $104,461.00 Dir Track Katherine search waiver, Office of 13.3B Recruitment and Diversity approved 6/19/18. Acad Program Mgr Anyaeche,Stephani Heo Series - He Associate Search Waiver Y *Base Sal $71,723.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 e Uchechukwu Track ORD approved 6/19/18 13.3B Acad Program Mgr He Associate Fishkin Yener,Jill Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $84,678.00 10/1/2018 Track 13.3B Acad Program Mgr Khokhar,Habiba Iraj Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $78,477.00 9/4/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Acad Std Suppt Mgr Myers,Laura G Heo Series He Associate Y *Base Sal $78,477.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Acad Program Mgr He Associate Ramos,Rouella Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $78,477.00 Casas Track 13.3B Acad Program Mgr Rodriguez,Perla Appointment with Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal He Associate $75,110.00 7/1/2018 search waiver, Track Patricia 13.3B Office of Recruitment and Diversity approved 6/19/18. Acad Program Mgr Sanfratello,Andrew Heo Series He Associate Y *Base Sal $81,855.00 9/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Acad Program Mgr Vaughan,Cassandr He Associate Search Waiver Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y $78,477.00 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track a Denise Approved by 13.3B ORD 6/19/18. He Associate Acad Program Mgr Watts,Christopher Search Waiver Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 approved by ORD Track Michael 13.3B 6/19/18. Instit Research Specl Dale,Travis Substitute 12/20/2018 He Assistant 6/18/2018 $84,354.00 *Base Sal <6 Mo No Terrance Prior Svc He Assistant Acad Std Suppt - Fein,Gregory M Heo Series Search Waiver Y *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $68,351.00 7/1/2018 ORD approved Track Specl 13.3B 6/19/18 Acad Program Specl Skinner,Malcolm - Heo Series Search Waiver Y *Base Sal He Assistant $56,528.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 ORD approved Vincent Track 13.3B 6/19/18 Asst To Heo Acad Resource Ctr Search Waiver Barnett,Jessi Judith Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 Approved by Track Coord 13.3B ORD 06/19/18. Asst To Heo Admin Coord Caesar,Jennifer M Heo Series Search Waiver Y *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $48,210.00 7/1/2018 Track Approved by 13.3B ORD 06/19/18. Asst To Heo Admin Coord London,Tajana J Heo Series Y *Base Sal - $45,957.00 7/1/2018 Search Waiver 6/30/2019 Track ORD approved

562 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 6/19/18 13.3B Wells,Terri Nicole Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo Acad Program Coord 9/4/2018 6/30/2019 $45,957.00 Track 13.3B Accelerated Studies/Assoc Prog Name Type Title Salary SW Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Acad Program Specl Hamilton,Ryan C Heo Series He Assistant Y *Base Sal - 7/1/2018 Search Waiver 6/30/2019 $63,617.00 ORD Approved Track 6/19/18 13.3B Asst To Heo Admin Exec Coord O,Grace Heo Series - Y *Base Sal Search Waiver $55,837.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track ORD approved 13.3B 6/19/18 Dep Chief Operating Officer Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Hrs Components Admin Org And Bus Oberkehr,William He Assistant Heo Series 6/30/2018 *Base Sal 6/25/2018 $75,110.00 H. Eff Specl Track 13.3B Admin Org And Bus Sweeney,Emily Heo Series 6/30/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant $65,817.00 6/25/2018 Track Eff Specl 13.3B Exec VC And Univ Provost Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Univ Academic He Associate Perry - Ryder,Gail Substitute 10/23/2018 *Base Sal 7/24/2018 $87,495.00 >=6 Mo Or Affairs Mgr Maliam Prior Ben He Associate Perry - Ryder,Gail 6/30/2019 Heo Series 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $87,495.00 Univ Academic Affairs Mgr Track Maliam 13.3B Acad Program Coord Muniz,Monserrat Substitute $48,210.00 *Base Sal Asst To Heo 11/19/2018 5/20/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben VC for Research Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Research Programs Nerio,Ronald 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/19/2018 He Officer *Base Sal $78,971.00 Dir Track Joseph 13.3B Asst To Heo Admin Coord Dhar,Rimi Substitute *Base Sal 3/3/2019 $40,815.00 9/4/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Total Action Appointment: 26 Reappointment Non -Teaching / Administrative Academic Affairs Title Name Type Sala ry Comments Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Functional Title Hrs Components

563 Functional Title Name Type Sala ry Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $75,110.00 Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal Community Githiora,Lorraine 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Outreach Prog Mgr Umwiza Track 13.3B Accelerated Studies/Assoc Prog Eff From Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Components Hrs $117,120.00 He Officer Brongniart,Christin Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 Univ Academic Affairs Dir e J Track 13.3B Acad Program Specl Rincon,Elizabeth Heo Series *Base Sal He Assistant $68,351.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Controller Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Univ Procurement He Officer Sarabsky,Farid Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $108,683.00 Dir Track 13.3B Dep Chief Operating Officer Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Admin Org And Bus Landes,Gabriel Ari Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Associate $97,628.00 7/1/2018 Track Eff Mgr 13.3B Admin Org And Bus Oberkehr,William *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 He Assistant 6/30/2019 Heo Series H. Eff Specl Track 13.3B Admin Org And Bus He Assistant Sweeney,Emily Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $65,817.00 7/1/2018 Eff Specl Track 13.3B Exec VC And Univ Provost Eff From Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Univ Academic Fenton,Patrice 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $90,871.00 Affairs Mgr Track Elizabeth 13.3B Payroll Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Hr Payroll Mgr Honegan,Neville Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 George l - Excluded Instructiona Hr Payroll Mgr $90,871.00 Ratliff,Jeffrey D 7/1/2018 He Associate 6/30/2019 *Base Sal l - Excluded Carrol,Virginia Asst To Heo Instructiona *Base Sal $53,758.00 Univ Hr Payroll 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Elizabeth Coord (Aheo) Hr Payroll Coord DeLoatche,John Instructiona Asst To Heo *Base Sal $48,210.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Wayne Hr Payroll Coord Griffith,Carla Asst To Heo Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $69,188.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Merydith Asst To Heo Univ Hr Payroll Hiciano,Micharey Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $44,308.00 7/1/2018 Coord (Aheo) l - Excluded

564 Eff From Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components Asst To Heo Univ Hr Payroll Kone,Khadidjah Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord (Aheo) Asst To Heo Univ Hr Payroll Roxborough,Shava 6/30/2019 Instructiona 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $45,957.00 l - Excluded un Celenia Coord (Aheo) Total Action Reappointment: 16 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment - Teaching / Administrative: 26 Non Reappointment Non - Teaching / Administrative: 16 Total Instructional: 42

565 Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial Security Operation Amount Name Type SW Salary Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Title Hrs Components Campus Security 8/6/2018 Velazquez - Munoz,J $74,900.00 Provisional Campus *Base Sal uan M. Asst Dir 3 Security Asst Dir Competitive Accelerated Studies/Assoc Prog Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Appt Components Hrs Montano,Alexis Exception to Provisional *Base Sal It Sr Associate $92,700.00 It Sr Associate 2 7/1/2018 Manuel Posting approved 06/19/18. It Associate It Associate 2 Liu,Vincent Provisional *Base Sal Exception to $73,609.00 7/1/2018 Posting approved 06/19/18. Security Operation Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $47,030.00 *Base Sal Campus Peace Obaid,Zayad Probable 10/29/2018 Campus Peace 7/30/2018 Officer Permanent Officer 1 Total Action Appointment: 4 Transfer Another College- CLSD Competitive Security Operation Name Type Comments Title Transfer Out Campus Peace Smith,Shawn Permanent Lunsford w/Perm to Hunter Officer College - LOA 7/11/18 - 10/10/18 CLSD: 1 Total Action Transfer Another College- Probation Period Transfer Competitive Security Operation Title Name Type Comments Campus Peace Smith,Shawn Permanent Expected Leave Officer Lunsford End date

566 Type Comments Title Name 10/10/18. Total Action Probation Period Transfer: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial: 1 Competitive: 3 Transfer Another College - CLSD Competitive: 1 Probation Period Transfer Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 6

567 Central Office Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Amount Hrs Components Univ Asst Dn Kim,Jeanette Ecp Acting 3/3/2019 *Base Sal $137,000.00 9/4/2018 Univ Asst Dean <6 Months Academic Affairs Controller Operations Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Univ Exec Controller Univ Pappas Ecp (Not 6/11/2018 *Base Sal $165,000.00 Acting) Montero,Sara Administrator Total Action Appointment: 2 ECP Func. Title/Assignment Chg- ECP Below Vice President Strategic Planning Title Comments Functional Title Eff To Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title *Base Sal Univ Assc Univ Exec Dir Ops 6/13/2018 Messerlian,Hourig Ecp (Not $146,587.00 *Base Sal $146,587.00 Administrator Acting) Univ Dpty Exec To Univ Assc -Uasc Bd Secy Administrator Total Action Func. Title/Assignment Chg -ECP: 1 -Not Title (ECP) Salary Change ECP Vice President and Above VC For Facilities & Const Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Amount Components Components Sr Vice Bergtraum,Judith E. Ecp (Not *Base Sal $253,000.00 Univ Sr Vc Facil Plan *Base Sal $61,360.00 7/1/2018 Acting) Chancellor Cons Mgt ECP Below Vice President VC For Facilities & Const Mgt Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Univ Assc Univ Exec Dir 8/30/2018 Vedavarz,Alireza Ecp (Not $149,345.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $164,345.00 Engineering Svcs Acting) Administrator

568 Not Title (ECP): 2 Total Action Salary Change- Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 2 Func. Title/Assignment Chg - ECP ECP Below Vice President: 1 Salary Change - Not Title (ECP) ECP Vice President and Above: 1 ECP Below Vice President: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 5

569 Instructional Appointment Laboratory / Research VC for Research Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff To Appt Eff From Hrs Components Research Associate Joyner,Jessica Lee Substitute Research Assc *Base Sal $60,000.00 3/31/2019 10/1/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Non -Teaching / Administrative Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Academic Simon,Nicole Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 8/20/2018 $112,905.00 He Officer Affairs Dir Suzanne Track 13.3B CUNY Athletic Conference Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Athletics Specl Sporton,Michael He Assistant Substitute 1/9/2019 *Base Sal $61,593.00 7/10/2018 <6 Mo No Paul Prior Svc CUNY TV Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Confidential Exec Baser,Emilie 7/2/2018 Substitute 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $117,120.00 >=6 Mo Or Maude -Heo Officer Prior Ben He Officer Finance And Baser,Emilie Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $117,120.00 Track Maude Business Aff Dir 13.3B Comms 9/30/2018 Iger,Kathleen 9/5/2018 Substitute He Officer $101,043.00 *Base Sal >=6 Mo Or Susan -Mm Prod Broadcast Prior Ben Dir 6/30/2019 Comms Iger,Kathleen 9/13/2018 Heo Series $101,043.00 He Officer *Base Sal Track Susan -Mm Prod Broadcast Dir 13.3B He Associate Orbegozo,Jose Substitute Comms *Base Sal $90,871.00 7/2/2018 7/1/2018 -Mm Prod Broadcast >=6 Mo Or Mgr Prior Ben 6/30/2019 Orbegozo,Jose Heo Series 7/2/2018 He Associate *Base Sal Comms $94,248.00 Track -Mm Prod Broadcast 13.3B Mgr He Associate Comms 7/2/2018 Pierre - pierre,Garry Substitute 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $90,871.00 >=6 Mo Or -Mm Prod Broadcast Prior Ben Mgr Comms 7/2/2018 Pierre 6/30/2019 pierre,Garry Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $94,248.00 - Track -Mm Prod Broadcast Mgr 13.3B He Assistant Comms 7/2/2018 Murphy,Anne Substitute *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 >=6 Mo Or Mm Prod - Broadcast

570 Eff To SW Salary Title Name Functional Title Amount Eff From Type Appt Comments Hrs Components Specl Prior Ben *Base Sal Murphy,Anne Heo Series He Assistant Comms $81,855.00 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 -Mm Prod Track Broadcast 13.3B Specl He Assistant Pina,Tinabeth Substitute Comms *Base Sal $81,855.00 9/27/2018 3/26/2019 Broadcast -Mm Prod <6 Mo No Prior Svc Specl Controller Operations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Eff To Title Amount Eff From Appt Comments Components Hrs Univ Financial Mgt Mishchenko,Olga He Officer Substitute *Base Sal $101,043.00 6/11/2018 12/10/2018 Sergeevna <6 Mo No Dir Prior Svc $87,495.00 Univ Finance Mgr Andrews,Raymond He Associate Heo Series Y *Base Sal 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 Track J. 13.3B Univ Finance Mgr Sapokolos,Evelyn I Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $84,678.00 6/30/2019 8/27/2018 Track 13.3B Finance Specl Patel,Hafsa Abbas Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $61,593.00 8/6/2018 Track 13.3B Univ Financial Aid Samaroo,Jameela 9/30/2018 Substitute *Base Sal 7/1/2018 He Assistant $56,528.00 Specl >=6 Mo Or Tia Prior Ben Asst To Heo Finance Coord Cheng Ou Search Waiver Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal 9/24/2018 $51,153.00 Signed on Track Yang,Kinmey 13.3B 9/20/18. Finance Coord Substitute *Base Sal $45,957.00 Hutorsky,Michelle 9/13/2018 3/12/2019 Asst To Heo <6 Mo No Prior Svc Finance Coord Asst To Heo Ynoa Heo Series 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/2/2018 Track Peralta,Walkis 13.3B Design, Construction & Mgt Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components Univ Construction He Associate Murray,Ryan Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/16/2018 *Base Sal $100,211.00 Patrick Contracts Mg Track 13.3B Governmental & External Affair Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Vargas,Felix A Substitute Admin Events Mgr He Associate *Base Sal $78,477.00 9/30/2018 9/7/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Admin Events Mgr Vargas,Felix A Substitute He Associate *Base Sal 12/31/2018 $78,477.00 10/1/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Institutional Research/Analys Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Hrs Components He Assistant Instit Research Specl Petroff,Natalya Substitute 12/25/2018 *Base Sal $84,354.00 6/26/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben

571 Library Services Eff From Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Amount Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Associate Fiddler,Ann Univ Library Systems Substitute 9/30/2018 *Base Sal $87,495.00 6/22/2018 Mgr Deborah >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Univ Library Systems He Associate McKinney,Andrew Substitute 1/8/2019 *Base Sal 7/9/2018 $75,110.00 Mgr <6 Mo No Graham Prior Svc He Associate Weng,Hueifen Heo Series 6/30/2019 10/1/2018 Univ Library Systems *Base Sal $100,211.00 Mgr Track Cathy 13.3B Media Relations Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $104,461.00 Univ He Officer Diamond,Bruce Jay Substitute 3/16/2019 9/17/2018 *Base Sal Communications Dir <6 Mo No Prior Svc Univ Kadar,Robert M Heo Series He Officer 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $112,905.00 9/10/2018 Track Communications Dir 13.3B Comms Electronic 9/30/2018 Lee,Maria Rosana Substitute He Associate 9/18/2018 *Base Sal $90,871.00 Media Mgr <6 Mo No Estepa Prior Svc *Base Sal Lee,Maria Rosana He Associate Substitute $90,871.00 Comms Electronic 10/1/2018 12/31/2018 Estepa Media Mgr <6 Mo No Prior Svc - Administration SEEK Amount Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Admin Exec Coord Bryan,Akilah Asst To Heo Substitute 1/31/2019 *Base Sal $45,957.00 8/1/2018 >=6 Mo Or Jamilla Claudine Prior Ben Admin Exec Coord Bryan,Akilah Asst To Heo Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 8/30/2018 $51,153.00 Jamilla Claudine Track 13.3B Secretary To The Board Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst To Heo Confidential Exec Search Waiver Quinones,Adalina Instructiona 6/30/2019 Y *Base Sal $42,407.00 8/16/2018 l - Excluded Coord Approved 08/17/18. Sr VC For Legal Services Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Assc General Graff,Elizabeth E. Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/17/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded $16,703.00 Counsel -Heo *SAB Student Affairs Admin Title Functional Title Name Type SW Comments Appt Amount Eff From Eff To Salary Hrs Components

572 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $75,110.00 Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal Acad Program Specl Malave Jr,Ernesto 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B UAPC Name Type SW Title Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Univ Financial Aid Dir Rivera,Mark A. Substitute He Officer *Base Sal $108,683.00 3/16/2019 9/17/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Enrollment Registrar Castillo,Erick Eddie Substitute Asst To Heo 3/31/2019 *Base Sal $39,282.00 10/1/2018 Coord <6 Mo No Prior Svc Asst To Heo Marte,Kalleen Heo Series 6/30/2018 *Base Sal Comms Pubs Design $42,407.00 6/11/2018 Coord Track Maria 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Quintana,Angelica Heo Series 6/30/2019 10/11/2018 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Maria Adv Track -Aheo 13.3B VC for Research Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Research Programs Nerio,Ronald Heo Series 6/30/2018 He Officer 6/25/2018 *Base Sal $78,971.00 Dir Track Joseph 13.3B Research He Assistant Heo Series *Base Sal $65,817.00 8/27/2018 6/30/2019 Forero,Eliana Compliance Specl Track 13.3B Total Action Appointment: 44 Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Non -Teaching / Administrative Budget and Planning Operations Functional Title Comments Title Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title $78,477.00 Finance Budget 9/27/2018 $77,121.00 Leung,William Heo Series *Base Sal He Assistant *Base Sal Asst To Heo Track Specl Finance Budget 13.3B Coord Central Ofc Human Resources Functional Title Name Title Salary Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Type Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title $84,678.00 He Associate Conway,John P. Instructiona *Base Sal Hr Mgr *Base Sal $78,477.00 9/14/2018 He Assistant Hr Generalist l - Excluded -Heoa He Assistant Hr Generalist - Heoa 9/14/2018 Carrero,Carla Maria $42,407.00 Instructiona *Base Sal $49,193.00 *Base Sal Asst To Heo l - Excluded Lisbosa Barbosa Hr Coord He Assistant Hr Generalist - Heoa 9/14/2018 Sanchez,Lidia Instructiona $60,869.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $65,817.00 l - Excluded Hr Coord Asst To Heo Human Resources Operations Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title

573 Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components Confidential Exec He Assistant 10/11/2018 $65,028.00 Persaud,Michele S. Instructiona *Base Sal *Base Sal $71,723.00 l - Excluded Asst To Heo -Heoa Asst Admin Coord VC For Budget & Finance Salary Functional Title Comments Title Name Type Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Confidential Exec He Assistant 9/13/2018 $60,869.00 Marsh,Liz Yvone *Base Sal Instructiona $63,617.00 *Base Sal l - Excluded Tanner Asst To Heo -Heoa Asst Admin Coord Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 6 Reappointment -Teaching / Administrative Non Academic Affairs Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Development Baez,Pedro Luis Heo Series *Base Sal He Officer $117,120.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track Partnerships Dir 13.3B Univ Academic He Officer Dann - Messier,Curti Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $112,905.00 Affairs Dir Track s Carpi 13.3B Community Evans,Nakisha O. Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal He Officer $117,120.00 7/1/2018 Outreach Prog Dir Track 13.3B He Officer Univ Academic Payne,Valerie Lynn Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 $23,890.00 *SAB Track Affairs Dir 13.3B He Associate Enyame,John Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 Community $87,495.00 Track Outreach Prog Mgr Kwabina 13.3B Acad Std Suppt Mgr James,Michele C. Heo Series *Base Sal He Associate $87,495.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Acad Std Suppt Mgr Tavares,Nicole He Associate Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $90,871.00 Marie Track 13.3B Univ Continuing Ed Davis - Ferreira,Chri 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 He Assistant $90,149.00 *Base Sal Specl Track stopher A 13.3B He Assistant Acad Internship Griffin,Allison Marie Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $78,477.00 Specl Track 13.3B Acad Internship He Assistant Kouakou,Kafui Koffi Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Acad Std Suppt Masciotti,Christina Heo Series 6/30/2020 He Assistant *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 Track A. Specl 13.3B He Assistant Acad Program Specl Silverman,Matthew 13.3B - *Base Sal $90,149.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series B. Budget and Planning Operations Functional Title Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Name Hrs Components He Officer Univ Financial Mgt Vidal,Josephine Instructiona 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 *Base Sal *SAB Excluded $9,535.00 l Dir -

574 Functional Title Title Type Salary Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Law,Betty Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 Finance Budget Mgr 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Track 13.3B He Assistant Piedrahita,Andres Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Finance Budget $78,477.00 7/1/2018 Specl Track H. 13.3B Finance Budget Asst To Heo Leung,William Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $77,121.00 7/1/2018 Coord Track 13.3B CUNY Athletic Conference Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $65,817.00 Student Athl Awadjie,Joseph Heo Series 6/30/2019 He Assistant 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Program Specl Track Kwakukye 13.3B CUNY TV Eff From Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff To Appt Comments Amount Hrs Components Comms He Officer Casturani,George Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $117,120.00 -Mm Prod Broadcast Track 13.3B Dir It Academic Cocozza Jr,Joseph Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Michael Technology Mgr Track 13.3B Comms Electronic 6/30/2020 Rice Jr,David E. Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 7/1/2018 Track Media Mgr 13.3B Comms Tarmu,Lisa Kovetz Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $90,871.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track Broadcast -Mm Prod Mgr 13.3B He Assistant Finance Budget Lubin,Marissa Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $84,354.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Campus HR Advisory Services Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Hr Ops And Davis,James A Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Servs Dir Univ Hr Ops And Serpico,Gerard Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $117,120.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Servs Dir He Associate Univ Hr Advisor - Hea Haggerty,Susan Instructiona *Base Sal $106,700.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded - Hea Magwood - Palmer,S Univ Hr Advisor Instructiona He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded amantha Univ Hr Advisor - Hea Murray - Richards,A He Associate 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 Instructiona l - Excluded yana Annette He Associate Univ Hr Advisor - Hea Navarra,Rosa M Instructiona *Base Sal $90,871.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded He Assistant Hr Specl Jimenez,Natividad Instructiona *Base Sal $81,855.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Asst To Heo Univ Hr Operations Tang,Tina Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $58,787.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord Central Ofc Human Resources

575 Functional Title Type Salary Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs 7/1/2018 $112,905.00 Instructiona *Base Sal He Officer Correa,Frances 6/30/2019 Hr Employee l - Excluded Relations Dir 7/1/2018 He Officer Instructiona *Base Sal $117,120.00 Isaacs,Katherine D 6/30/2019 Admin Exec Officer -Heo l - Excluded He Officer Malhotra,Sujata Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Hr Dir $5,000.00 *SAB l - Excluded Hr Mgr Tahir,Adil Instructiona He Associate *Base Sal $94,248.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Benefits Mgr Yip,Gary Wing Instructiona He Associate *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Mgr Yuen,Arlena Instructiona *Base Sal He Associate $84,678.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Generalist Heoa Conway,John P. Instructiona He Assistant - *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Generalist - Heoa Macaulay,Bolanle He Assistant Instructiona 6/30/2019 $75,110.00 7/1/2018 *Base Sal l - Excluded Margaret Hr Coord Carrero,Carla Maria 6/30/2019 Instructiona *Base Sal Asst To Heo $42,407.00 7/1/2018 Lisbosa Barbosa l - Excluded Hr Coord Sanchez,Lidia Instructiona Asst To Heo *Base Sal 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 $58,787.00 l - Excluded Chancellor's Office Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Confidential Exec Garbarini - Philippe, He Associate *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Instructiona Hea l - Excluded Assc- Roberta Asst To Heo Confidential Exec Oros,Stephanie Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $58,787.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Grace Coord 7/1/2018 Confidential Exec Asst To Heo Velazquez,Yvette Instructiona *Base Sal $73,067.00 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Coord Chief Information Officer Functional Title Name Type Salary Appt Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Hrs Components Univ Erp Frost,Jonathan R. Heo Series He Officer 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Track Communications Dir 13.3B Confidential Exec Stephens,Robin Instructiona He Associate *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $106,700.00 7/1/2018 Hea Assc- l - Excluded He Assistant Admin Exec Tarnowski,Melissa 13.3B - 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $90,149.00 Heo Series -Heoa Asst Quamie,Jarla N Heo Series Admin Exec Coord Asst To Heo *Base Sal $58,787.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Citizenship Amount Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Community Francis,Monique Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $117,120.00 Track Outreach Prog Dir 13.3B He Officer Univ Citizenship Shea,Thomas J. Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $108,683.00 Track Program Dir 13.3B He Assistant Comms And Coll Carreno 6/30/2020 Heo Series *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 Track Corredor,Aida Sofia Rels Specl

576 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 13.3B Mason,Eboni Heo Series Admin Events Specl He Assistant *Base Sal $71,723.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track T'Laine 13.3B Asst To Heo Bastidas,Yolanda 13.3B - *Base Sal $65,028.00 Legal 7/1/2018 Paralegal Coord- Heo Series Legal Asst To Heo Chong,Susan 13.3B - *Base Sal $65,028.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series Paralegal Coord- Legal *Base Sal Asst To Heo Rodriguez,Myriam 13.3B - $71,268.00 7/1/2018 Paralegal Heo Series Coord- Controller Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Procurement He Officer Belle - Gill,Joanne Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2020 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Track Dir 13.3B Community He Officer Choi,Jung Woo Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 *SAB $11,515.00 Track Outreach Prog Dir 13.3B Univ Procurement Christian,Caron Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2020 He Officer 7/1/2018 $117,120.00 Track Dir Deborah Jermine 13.3B Univ Procurement He Officer Cooper,Michelle 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $104,461.00 Dir Track Diane 13.3B Univ Procurement Delmar,Stephen P. Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Officer 7/1/2018 $117,120.00 Track Dir 13.3B He Officer Univ Bursar Dir Garvin,James P 13.3B - *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series Univ Financial Mgt He Officer King,Kevin C Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2020 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Track Dir 13.3B Univ Financial Aid Dir Singh,Gitu Heo Series He Officer *Base Sal 6/30/2020 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 $9,535.00 Track *SAB 13.3B Univ Financial Mgt Tirino,Kenneth B. Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2020 He Officer $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Track Dir 13.3B Confidential Exec He Associate Alicea,Alyda Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $106,700.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Hea Assc- Univ Finance Mgr Gilles,Maria Lucia J Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $84,678.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B He Associate Univ Finance Mgr Keyser,Esmilca Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $94,248.00 Track Maria 13.3B Univ Finance Mgr Lau,Adriana Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $94,248.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Univ Financial Aid Rodriguez,Ana Heo Series He Associate $94,248.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 *Base Sal Track Rocio Mgr 13.3B Univ Finance Mgr Rodriguez,Yenny 13.3B - $84,678.00 He Associate 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Heo Series $84,678.00 He Associate Sudol,Marek Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 Univ Finance Mgr 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B He Associate Hr Training Mgr Zegarra,Mauricio E Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 $106,700.00 *SAB $5,924.00 Track 13.3B He Assistant Abu El Nour,Dalia Heo Series *Base Sal $68,351.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Univ Financial Aid

577 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Specl Track 13.3B Bakkalli,Ayla Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $61,593.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Finance Procurement Specl Track 13.3B Univ Fin Systems Heo Series He Assistant Davis,Latasha C. *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $75,110.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Finance Specl Hu,Vivian Yanlu Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $65,817.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Finance Specl Khoma,Yuliya Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Assistant $65,817.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Univ Fin Systems He Assistant Sobotka,Kathryn D Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $68,351.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Finance Specl Stone,Raymond He Assistant Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $75,110.00 7/1/2018 Track Stephen 13.3B Finance Specl Wu,Jialin Heo Series *Base Sal He Assistant $71,723.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Abreu,Rosy Heo Series Finance Coord *Base Sal $58,787.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo Track 13.3B Finance Coord Gomez,Ingrid L. Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 $48,210.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Finance Coord Heurtelou,Dorean Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $45,957.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B 7/1/2018 Finance Coord Yeung,Priscilla Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $48,210.00 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Design, Construction & Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Construction He Associate Damico,Lisa Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $100,211.00 7/1/2018 Track Contracts Mg 13.3B ERP CUNY First Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate It Technology Cherry,Chandra Y. 13.3B - *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $97,628.00 Heo Series Training Mgr Environ Health & Safety Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Admin Risk Agnew,Michael 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 $84,958.00 *Base Sal Alan Mgt Track -Contin Dir 13.3B He Officer Univ Safety And Klein,Kurt Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Health Pr Dir Envir Health And Spellman,Rachel A. Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $67,106.00 7/1/2018 Safety Coord Track 13.3B

578 Exec VC And Univ Provost Name Type Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs He Officer Baker,Andrea Instructiona *Base Sal Confidential Exec $120,450.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded -Heo Officer Univ Academic $117,120.00 Norz,Kenneth 13.3B - *Base Sal He Officer 7/1/2018 Heo Series Affairs Dir Confidential Exec He Associate DiTommaso,Domini Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $90,871.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded que Assc- Hea Univ Academic He Associate Holland,Kimberly Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $97,628.00 Affairs Mgr Track Roxanne 13.3B He Associate Comms Pubs Vine,Alyssa Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $106,700.00 Editorial Mgr Track Mcnamara 13.3B Acad Std Suppt Winkler,Kevin M Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal 6/30/2020 $81,855.00 7/1/2018 Specl Track 13.3B Brewster,Joel Asst To Heo Admin Exec Coord *Base Sal $71,268.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Heo Series Track Antonio 13.3B Admin Coord Kornfeld,Allison Asst To Heo Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 Track Rae 13.3B Executive Search & Evaluation Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Confidential Exec Padilla,Ana Claritza Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Hea Assc- Confidential Exec Asst To Heo Ali,Janet Instructiona *Base Sal $48,210.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord Facility Maintenance Ops Name Title Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Comments Hrs Components Asst To Heo Morales,Wanda Heo Series Admin Coord *Base Sal $58,787.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Admin Coord Waiters,Twana 13.3B - *Base Sal Asst To Heo $71,268.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series Governmental & External Affair Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Univ Govt Relations *Base Sal He Officer Emanuel,Staci C 13.3B - $117,120.00 7/1/2018 Dir Heo Series Admin Exec Coord Johnson,Seneca Heo Series Asst To Heo 6/30/2020 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 Track Faye 13.3B Admin Coord Medrano,Lissec Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $62,949.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B Human Resources Operations Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Officer Univ Hr Benefits Dir LaBozetta,Antony *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Instructiona

579 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Excluded l J. - He Officer Rodriguez,Yvonne Univ Hr Ops And $128,485.00 Instructiona 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal l - Excluded Servs Dir $128,485.00 Instructiona *Base Sal Univ Hr Benefits Dir Spenjian,Talin 7/1/2018 He Officer 6/30/2019 l - Excluded *SAB $8,761.00 Univ Hr Unempl Ins Wingate,Ann Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 *SAB $4,015.00 l - Excluded Prog Dir Univ Hr Programs He Associate Kisel,Alexander Instructiona *Base Sal $90,871.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Mgr l - Excluded Univ Hr Operations Bombardi,Carol Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $65,817.00 7/1/2018 He Assistant l - Excluded Specl 7/1/2018 Instructiona *Base Sal $84,354.00 Cruz,Jacqueline 6/30/2019 He Assistant Univ Hr Operations Specl l - Excluded Univ Hr Operations *Base Sal He Assistant Jackson,Steven J. Instructiona $71,723.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Specl Univ Hr Operations Malik,Maryam Instructiona $84,354.00 He Assistant 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Specl l - Excluded He Assistant Univ Hr Operations Pass,Shantel Ajile Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $63,617.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Specl Univ Hr Operations Humphrey,Hollace Instructiona Asst To Heo $51,153.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal A Coord l - Excluded $67,106.00 McGowan,William Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Asst To Heo Univ Hr Operations 7/1/2018 l - Excluded J. Coord Asst To Heo Univ Hr Operations Perera,Stharukinau 6/30/2019 Instructiona 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $53,758.00 l - Excluded shani Coord Admin Coord Persaud,Michele S. Instructiona Asst To Heo *Base Sal $62,949.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Information Technology Service Functional Title Name Type Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Admin Exec Gashi,Kymete 13.3B - *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $87,495.00 He Associate Heo Series Hea Assc- Institutional Advancement Eff From Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff To Appt Comments Amount Hrs Components He Officer Guarino,Richard 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $128,485.00 Development Track Officer $17,265.00 -Heo *SAB Carl 13.3B He Associate Confidential Exec Howell,Nyisha 6/30/2019 Instructiona 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $97,628.00 l - Excluded Monique Hea Assc- Institutional Research/Analys Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Comments Components Hrs $117,120.00 Twiste,Tara Heo Series He Officer 6/30/2019 Instit Research Dir 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track 13.3B He Associate Admin Policy Analyst Gentsch,Kerstin Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $97,628.00 Track Sr-Hea 13.3B Acad Testing Mgr Oganova,Violetta 13.3B - *Base Sal $94,248.00 7/1/2018 He Associate Heo Series Admin Policy Analyst 6/30/2019 Rubio,Edward V Heo Series 7/1/2018 He Associate $106,700.00 *Base Sal Track Hea - Sr

580 Functional Title Type Salary Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs 13.3B He Associate Shields,Michael I. Heo Series Admin Policy Analyst 6/30/2019 $97,628.00 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Sr-Hea 13.3B Instit Research Specl Reid - Brossard,Paki $84,354.00 Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Assistant 7/1/2018 Akilminkah Track 13.3B Yee,Anita Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $81,855.00 Instit Research Specl 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Track 13.3B Admin Exec Coord Asst To Heo Ramos,Paul John Heo Series *Base Sal $62,949.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Internal Audit Ops Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Internal Audit D'Amico,Michael L. Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $100,211.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track Mgr 13.3B Univ Internal Audit He Associate Requijo,Maria Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $100,211.00 Mgr Gonzaga Track 13.3B Library Services Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Library Systems Collins,Kevin J Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Track Mgr 13.3B Univ Library Systems Egan,Nancy Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $106,700.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Mgr Track 13.3B Univ Library Systems He Associate Egan,Nancy Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $106,700.00 7/1/2018 Track Mgr 13.3B Wacha,Megan Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal Univ Library Systems $90,871.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Elizabeth Track Mgr 13.3B Media Relations Eff From Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components He Associate 6/30/2020 Calderon,Annette Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $94,248.00 Comms Broadcast -Mm Prod Track Mgr 13.3B He Associate Comms Pubs Lazarz,Krzysztof Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 Editorial Mgr Track 13.3B Admin Specl Ortiz,Rina C Heo Series He Assistant $81,855.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 *Base Sal Track 13.3B Confidential Exec Sisser,Deborah Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Assistant 7/1/2018 $90,149.00 l - Excluded -Heoa Asst Asst To Heo Comms Pubs Design Mieses,Geovanni Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $48,210.00 Track Coord 13.3B Asst To Heo Confidential Exec Miranda,Nadia K Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $42,407.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord Asst To Heo Admin Coord Rodriguez,Pedro 13.3B *Base Sal $71,268.00 7/1/2018 - Heo Series

581 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Office of Recruitment & Divers Name Type Salary Appt Title Amount Eff From Eff To Functional Title Comments Components Hrs Chamberlain,Anne Instructiona *Base Sal Univ Hr Talent Acq $128,485.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 He Officer Dir *SAB l - Excluded $8,170.00 Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal $117,120.00 Confidential Exec McKenzie,Maryann 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Officer -Heo Hr Chief Diversity Valente,Michael J. Instructiona *Base Sal $128,485.00 He Officer 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded -Heo Officer Confidential Exec He Associate Chen - leung,Jean M Instructiona *Base Sal $106,700.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Hea Assc- Univ Hr Operations Instructiona Hua,Jenny He Assistant *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $63,617.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Specl 7/1/2018 Admin Coord Instructiona Asst To Heo *Base Sal $48,210.00 Brown,Meggin P. 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Office of the Chan Emeritus Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Eff From Eff To Appt Amount Hrs Components Confidential Exec Gavriyelova,Frida D Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $65,028.00 Asst To Heo 7/1/2018 Coord l - Excluded Payroll Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Univ Hr Ops And He Officer Smith,Shakira D Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $104,461.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Servs Dir Univ Hr Programs Gashi,Frank F He Associate Instructiona *Base Sal $87,495.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Mgr l - Excluded He Associate Hr Payroll Mgr Maldonado,Anna Instructiona *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Payroll Specl Brower He Assistant Instructiona *Base Sal $90,149.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Bass,Angela M Hr Payroll Specl Harris,Joann L Instructiona He Assistant $71,723.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal l - Excluded Univ Hr Operations Kusayeva,Tamara Instructiona 6/30/2019 He Assistant $90,149.00 7/1/2018 *Base Sal l - Excluded Specl Battle,Angela J. Instructiona *Base Sal $65,028.00 Hr Payroll Coord 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo l - Excluded Asst To Heo Hr Payroll Coord Choudhury,Asm Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $53,758.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Julfukar Asst To Heo Hr Payroll Coord Clark,Lisa Instructiona *Base Sal $55,837.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Dixon,Jevonne M Instructiona Hr Payroll Coord *Base Sal Asst To Heo $67,106.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Hr Payroll Coord Elianor,Christina J Instructiona Asst To Heo $60,869.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal l - Excluded Asst To Heo Admin Exec Coord Jones,Hermine D. Instructiona *Base Sal $77,121.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded $55,837.00 Kushelman,Yelena Instructiona Asst To Heo Hr Payroll Coord 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal l - Excluded Asst To Heo Hr Payroll Coord Lyand,Natalie Instructiona *Base Sal $55,837.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Asst To Heo Admin Coord Ortiz,Theresa *Base Sal $60,869.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Instructiona

582 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components - Excluded l Marissa Hr Payroll Coord Sorrentino,Josephi Asst To Heo Instructiona *Base Sal $48,210.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded ne C. Asst To Heo Instructiona Hr Payroll Coord $51,153.00 Stephens,Jessica 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal l - Excluded K. Prof Dev & Learning Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Univ Hr Training And Ricks,Rhonnye Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal He Officer 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 $8,250.00 Dev Dir *SAB l - Excluded Hr Training Mgr Womack - worrell,Ja He Associate Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $100,211.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded cqueline Hr Training Specl Bavishi,Krunal V Instructiona He Assistant $68,351.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 *Base Sal l - Excluded Hr Training Specl Kouvaros,Despina Instructiona *Base Sal $78,477.00 He Assistant 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded $62,949.00 Asst To Heo Ford,Karen E Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 Confidential Exec 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord Research Operations Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Acad Center Dir Blaho,John A 13.3B - *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series SEEK - Administration Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Hrs Components $75,110.00 Instit Research Specl Bertram,Adriana Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Track Alexandra 13.3B Finance Budget He Assistant Kingston,Frances Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $81,855.00 Specl Track Nyonteah 13.3B Secretary To The Board Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Confidential Exec Lewis,Towanda Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Hea Assc- Confidential Exec He Associate Ramsami,Fenella Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded W Hea Assc- Confidential Exec *Base Sal Vargas,Anthony Instructiona He Associate 6/30/2019 $94,248.00 7/1/2018 Hea Assc- l - Excluded Sr VC For Legal Services Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Officer Confidential Exec Atkins,Sharon Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $117,120.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded -Heo Officer He Officer Univ Assc General 6/30/2019 Barbera,Bridget 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 *Base Sal Instructiona l - Excluded Counsel Kristine -Heo

583 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Officer Instructiona *Base Sal Univ Assc General $120,450.00 Drantch,Todd A. 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 -Heo Counsel l - Excluded Univ Assc General He Officer Jayetileke,Edward Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 l - Excluded Arjuna -Heo Counsel Univ Assc General He Officer Jennis,Abby L Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 $27,807.00 Counsel -Heo *SAB l - Excluded $128,485.00 Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal Univ Assc General Klein,Hilary 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 $30,782.00 Counsel *SAB -Heo l - Excluded Univ Assc General Leifer,Heather Kim Instructiona 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal He Officer $128,485.00 l - Excluded -Heo Counsel He Officer Miller,Fredrika V Instructiona Univ Assc General *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $128,485.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded -Heo $27,201.00 *SAB Counsel Myles,Linda M Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal $128,485.00 Univ Assc General 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 $27,808.00 Counsel *SAB -Heo l - Excluded Univ Assc General Naddeo,Richard J. Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded $16,703.00 Counsel *SAB -Heo Univ Assc General He Officer Simonette,Daniel R Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 $23,535.00 Counsel *SAB l - Excluded -Heo Legal Specl - Blanco,Adriana He Assistant Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 l - Excluded Paralegal Elisa He Assistant Legal Specl - Walsh - Newman,So 6/30/2019 Instructiona 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $90,149.00 l - Excluded phia Paralegal Legal Specl He Assistant - Zieba,Katarzyna E Instructiona *Base Sal $81,855.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Paralegal Legal Asst To Heo Deonarine,Oscar 6/30/2019 Instructiona *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $58,787.00 Chickrie l - Excluded Paralegal Coord- Legal Ho,Yin Hung Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $58,787.00 Asst To Heo l - Excluded Paralegal Coord- Strategic Planning Eff From Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff To Appt Comments Amount Hrs Components $106,700.00 He Associate Quinn,Steven 13.3B - *Base Sal 7/1/2018 Univ University Heo Series Relations Mgr Student Affairs Admin Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Univ Student Affairs Camire,Ryan M Heo Series He Officer 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $117,120.00 7/1/2018 Track Dir 13.3B Univ Student Affairs Santana 6/30/2019 Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $97,628.00 Prado,Yvette Dir l - Excluded He Associate Student Life Mgr Laskar,Shahreen Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $75,110.00 Track M. 13.3B He Associate Student Life Mgr Vaughan,Kisha Ann 13.3B - *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series He Assistant Admin Specl Townsell,Charmain 13.3B - *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $81,855.00 Heo Series e T UAPC

584 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 7/1/2018 Heo Series He Officer Ciolli,Mark K. Univ Admissions Dir *Base Sal $117,120.00 6/30/2019 Track 13.3B He Officer Kessler,Denise 13.3B - It Academic *Base Sal $112,905.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series Applications Dir Univ Enrollment Dir Mejic,Tatiana Heo Series He Officer *Base Sal $112,905.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Univ Financial Aid Dir Pimentel,Elaine E Heo Series He Officer *Base Sal $128,485.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Track 13.3B Univ Erp He Officer Pucciarelli,Victor A Heo Series 6/30/2019 $108,683.00 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Communications Dir 13.3B Univ Academic He Associate Hardy,Sharon Jane 13.3B - *Base Sal $100,211.00 7/1/2018 Affairs Mgr Heo Series He Associate Zweig,Jeffrey Heo Series Univ Admissions *Base Sal $94,248.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Track Operations Mgr 13.3B He Assistant Bellantonio,Rose Heo Series Finance Budget $90,149.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Specl 13.3B He Assistant Univ Enrollment Heo Series *Base Sal Dunkley,Dwight $75,110.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Specl Track 13.3B Univ Enrollment He Assistant Dunkley,Dwight Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Univ Enrollment Hartigan,Maureen 13.3B - He Assistant *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $90,149.00 Heo Series Specl He Assistant Univ Financial Aid Kress,Mary 6/30/2020 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $81,855.00 Track Catherine Specl 13.3B Univ Admissions Ops He Assistant Kucharski,Joanna Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $68,351.00 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Univ Admissions Ops He Assistant Lombardi,Anthony 13.3B - *Base Sal $81,855.00 7/1/2018 Specl Heo Series Univ Financial Aid Mervius,Oswal P Heo Series $81,855.00 6/30/2020 *Base Sal He Assistant 7/1/2018 Track Specl 13.3B Univ Admissions Ops Miller,Brandon L 13.3B - *Base Sal $71,723.00 He Assistant 7/1/2018 Specl Heo Series He Assistant Univ Enrollment Pursoo,Lindsay 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $61,593.00 Specl Track Nicole 13.3B He Assistant Univ Admissions Ops Romain,Elizabeth A 13.3B - *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $78,477.00 Heo Series Specl Univ Enrollment 7/1/2018 Asst To Heo Agapito Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Coord Lino,Xiomara Track 13.3B Rosibel Univ Admissions Andrews,Arielle Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 -Aheo Track Adv Jalisa 13.3B Univ Enrollment Bieda - Krutysz,Agat Heo Series *Base Sal $55,837.00 7/1/2018 Asst To Heo 6/30/2020 Coord a Track 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Bllata,Fatime Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Univ Admissions 6/30/2019 Borgos,Samuel Heo Series 7/1/2018 Asst To Heo *Base Sal $51,153.00 Track Henry -Aheo Adv 13.3B Asst To Heo Univ Enrollment Constant,Cynthia Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $53,758.00 Track Coord 13.3B

585 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $51,153.00 Asst To Heo De Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Univ Admissions 7/1/2018 Adv Matteis,Giuseppe -Aheo Track 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Farazi,Fahim 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Track Monjur -Aheo Adv 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Gao,Mingzi Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 Track Adv -Aheo 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Graham,Norman I Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Enrollment Registrar Grimes,Laurie Heo Series Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $62,949.00 7/1/2018 Coord Track 13.3B Asst To Heo Henriquez,Asya Y Heo Series Univ Admissions 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Henry,Angelina 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Guadalupe Adv -Aheo Track 13.3B Univ Admissions 7/1/2018 Heymann,Thomas 6/30/2019 Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $53,758.00 Bernard Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B 6/30/2019 Hodza,Lulzime Asst To Heo *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 Univ Admissions Heo Series Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Asst To Heo Hornick - Becker,Dar Heo Series Univ Admissions *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Adv Track -Aheo yl A. 13.3B Univ Admissions Isaac,Nikia C Heo Series *Base Sal $53,758.00 Asst To Heo 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Adv -Aheo Track 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Jerome,Melissa Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 -Aheo Track Adv Tamara 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo John,Jamie Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/1/2018 -Aheo Adv Track 13.3B Univ Enrollment Kim,Jasmine Yojin Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 Asst To Heo $51,153.00 Coord Track 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Machaal,Alexandra Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Univ Admissions Marajh,Naomi 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 *Base Sal Heo Series Adv -Aheo Track Maria 13.3B Asst To Heo Comms Pubs Design Marte,Kalleen 6/30/2019 Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $42,407.00 Track Maria Coord 13.3B *Base Sal Asst To Heo Munz - Shetia,Rebec Univ Admissions Ops - 7/1/2018 $65,028.00 13.3B Heo Series Coord ca Becher Univ Admissions Nelson,Matthew E Asst To Heo Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 Adv Track -Aheo 13.3B *Base Sal Quartuccio,Justine Asst To Heo Heo Series $51,153.00 Univ Admissions 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 -Aheo Track M. Adv 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Quinones,Geilyn Heo Series 6/30/2020 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $53,758.00 Track -Aheo Adv 13.3B Univ Enrollment Reme,Canitha 6/30/2019 Asst To Heo *Base Sal $53,758.00 7/1/2018 Heo Series Track Coord 13.3B Asst To Heo Univ Admissions 6/30/2019 Robin,Fabrice S. Heo Series 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Track Aheo - Adv

586 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 13.3B $51,153.00 Univ Enrollment Tastan,Sahin Heo Series Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Coord 13.3B Univ Admissions Asst To Heo Thibaud,Clarajina Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 $51,153.00 *Base Sal Adv Track -Aheo 13.3B Asst To Heo Townsend,Debbie 6/30/2019 Heo Series Univ Admissions 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $51,153.00 Shelly Ann Adv -Aheo Track 13.3B Univ Enrollment Asst To Heo Wong - Crocitto,Vinc Heo Series 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $53,758.00 Coord Track ent Michael 13.3B Univ Faculty Senate Functional Title Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Officer Cotter,Matthew Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $104,461.00 Confidential Exec l - Excluded Joseph -Heo Officer Confidential Exec Blanchard,Vernice Instructiona *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $71,268.00 Asst To Heo 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Coord VC For Facilities & Const Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Wilkins,Sarah L 13.3B - He Officer *Base Sal Univ Procurement $128,485.00 7/1/2018 Dir Heo Series He Associate Confidential Exec Miller,Gail Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $106,700.00 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Hea Assc- VC For Human Resource Mgt Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Confidential Exec 6/30/2019 Gupta,Sahana Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 Officer $5,119.00 *SAB l - Excluded -Heo He Officer Confidential Exec Hawkins Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 l - Excluded Bauman,Eileen -Heo Officer Univ Hr Ozgu,Pinar Instructiona 6/30/2019 He Officer 7/1/2018 $128,485.00 *Base Sal Investigations Dir *SAB $7,327.00 l - Excluded He Assistant Confidential Exec Tavss,Joy M. Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $90,149.00 l - Excluded -Heoa Asst 7/1/2018 Confidential Exec Asst To Heo Bass,Khadejia J Instructiona *Base Sal $71,268.00 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Coord VC For Labor Relations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Curko,Sandy Instructiona He Officer *Base Sal Univ Hr Hearing $128,485.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 Officer $5,523.00 *SAB l - Excluded $128,485.00 Ragovin,Marc L Instructiona *Base Sal He Officer Univ Hr Labor 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 $5,530.00 Relations Dir *SAB l - Excluded He Assistant Univ Hr Labor Lara,Nancy Instructiona 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 7/1/2018 $84,354.00 l - Excluded Relations Specl

587 Functional Title Type Salary Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Confidential Exec Instructiona *Base Sal He Assistant $90,149.00 Middleton,Kim R. 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 l - Excluded Asst -Heoa Univ Hr Labor $81,855.00 Zou,Fanny F Instructiona *Base Sal He Assistant 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Relations Specl Asst To Heo Univ Hr Labor Tse,Jenny C Instructiona *Base Sal $62,949.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 l - Excluded Relations Coord VC For Student Affairs Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Admin Org And Beck,Laurie Robbin Heo Series He Officer *Base Sal $104,461.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 Track Business Eff Dir 13.3B He Officer Bookman,Barbara Heo Series Univ Student Affairs $117,120.00 6/30/2020 7/1/2018 *Base Sal Track Dir 13.3B $104,461.00 Confidential Exec - Ia Instructiona *Base Sal James,Mcdonald He Officer 7/1/2018 6/30/2019 -Heo n l - Excluded Officer 6/30/2019 Univ Student Affairs He Officer Pepe Instructiona 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $108,683.00 Dir l - Excluded Souvenir,Rodney Lou Univ Student Affairs Heo Series *Base Sal $128,485.00 He Officer 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 Tucker,Kevin Track Dir 13.3B $84,354.00 Acad Internship Shudofsky,Leora 13.3B - He Assistant *Base Sal 7/1/2018 Heo Series Specl Admin Coord Asst To Heo Heo Series *Base Sal $48,210.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Carrion,Gabrielle J Track 13.3B VC for Research Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Research Programs 7/1/2018 MacLachlan,Effie 13.3B - *Base Sal He Officer $112,905.00 Heo Series S. Dir Research Programs Nerio,Ronald *Base Sal $78,971.00 7/1/2018 He Officer 6/30/2019 Heo Series Dir Track Joseph 13.3B 6/30/2019 Forde,Sharon Heo Series Admin Exec He Assistant 7/1/2018 *Base Sal $81,855.00 Asst -Heoa Track 13.3B Total Action Reappointment: 274 -Not New Step (INST Salary Incr Non -Teaching / Administrative Central Ofc Human Resources Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Yip,Gary Wing Instructiona *Base Sal He Associate 9/14/2018 $84,678.00 Hr Benefits Mgr *Base Sal $78,477.00 l - Excluded He Assistant Hr Generalist - Heoa Macaulay,Bolanle Instructiona 9/14/2018 *Base Sal $78,477.00 $84,354.00 *Base Sal l - Excluded Margaret Controller Operations

588 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components $112,905.00 Heo Series He Officer *Base Sal Univ Procurement Cooper,Michelle *Base Sal $104,461.00 9/13/2018 Diane Dir Track 13.3B Finance Specl Khoma,Yuliya Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal 6/25/2018 *Base Sal $58,555.00 $65,817.00 Track 13.3B *Base Sal Gomez,Ingrid L. Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal 9/13/2018 Finance Coord $48,210.00 $53,758.00 Track 13.3B Exec VC And Univ Provost Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components *Base Sal He Officer Norz,Kenneth 13.3B - *Base Sal 9/27/2018 $120,450.00 $117,120.00 Univ Academic Affairs Dir Heo Series Human Resources Operations Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Rodriguez,Yvonne Instructiona 5/7/2018 *Base Sal He Officer $128,485.00 Univ Hr Ops And $117,120.00 *Base Sal l - Excluded Servs Dir Institutional Research/Analys Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components $128,485.00 Admin Policy He Officer Truelsch,Sarah Heo Series 10/11/2018 $117,120.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal Track Faith Analysis Dir 13.3B Admin Policy Analyst Shields,Michael I. Heo Series 10/11/2018 $97,628.00 *Base Sal He Associate $106,700.00 *Base Sal Sr-Hea Track 13.3B Instit Research Specl Reid - Brossard,Paki Heo Series 10/11/2018 *Base Sal He Assistant $84,354.00 $90,149.00 *Base Sal Akilminkah Track 13.3B Media Relations Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Functional Title Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Asst To Heo Confidential Exec Miranda,Nadia K Instructiona 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $42,407.00 $48,210.00 *Base Sal l - Excluded Coord Total Action Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST: 11 Authorized Leave Non -Teaching / Administrative Academic Affairs Functional Title Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments He Officer Development Authorized Leave Baez,Pedro Luis Heo Series 6/30/2019 8/28/2018 Track Partnerships Dir w/o Pay: 8/28/18- 13.3B 9/2/18; Last Day Worked 8/27/18; Expected Return Date 9/3/18

589 Strategic Planning Eff From Name Type Functional Title Eff To Comments Title It Technical Mgr - Inc Duncan,Bradley N He Associate 13.3B - Expected Leave 7/23/2018 Heo Series End Date is 7/29/18 Total Action Authorized Leave: 2 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Laboratory / Research: 1 Non Teaching / Administrative: 43 - Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Non - Teaching / Administrative: 6 Reappointment Non - Teaching / Administrative: 274 - Not New Step (INST Salary Incr Non - Teaching / Administrative: 11 Authorized Leave Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Total Instructional: 337

590 Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial Communications Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs $145,000.00 It Computer Wu,Eugene Yao Provisional *Base Sal It Computer Sys Mgr 10/1/2018 Systems Mgr 4 It Computer Sys Mgr Zarmehrbakhsh,Sh 5/31/2018 Provisional *Base Sal It Computer $114,851.00 ahram 4 Systems Mgr Network Operations Center Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components It Computer Sys Mgr Lake,Gregory Provisional *Base Sal It Computer $95,000.00 7/3/2018 3 Systems Mgr Strategic Planning Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Computer It Computer Sys Mgr Quinn,Steven Provisional *Base Sal $115,000.00 7/3/2018 4 Systems Mgr Competitive CUNY TV Amount Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Broadcast Assc 3 Shakya,Sudip Provisional Broadcast Assc *Base Sal $66,154.00 8/16/2018 Ratna Spilka,Jesse A Provisional *Base Sal Broadcast Assc 3 Broadcast Assc $58,543.00 8/13/2018 Communications Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Associate 1 Michel,Hilaire Provisional *Base Sal It Associate $66,710.00 3/1/2018 Help Desk Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components $45,464.00 It Asst It Assistant 1 Adames Provisional *Base Sal 6/11/2018 Mendoza,Luis Manuel Security Operation

591 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Campus Campus Security 7/15/2019 Torres,Sylvia Probable 7/16/2018 *Base Sal $67,466.00 Permanent Specialist 2 Security Specialist Strategic Planning Amount Type SW Salary Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Components Hrs It Sr Associate 2 Chiu - Muniz,Yan Provisional It Sr Associate *Base Sal $92,014.00 9/17/2018 $92,014.00 Gangadevi,Kiran It Sr Associate Provisional *Base Sal It Sr Associate 2 9/17/2018 Kumar It Sr Associate 2 Sabb,Rachel Provisional *Base Sal $92,014.00 It Sr Associate 9/17/2018 Systems Management Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components It Sr Associate It Sr Associate 1 Leon,Alberto Provisional *Base Sal $84,345.00 9/4/2018 Total Action Appointment: 13 Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Competitive Media Relations Amount Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff To Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Prior Func Title Components Prior Title 6/30/2019 Broadcast Assc 1H Broadcast Assc Fernandez,Erick M Classified 8/30/2018 Hourly >=6 College College Assistant H Assistant Months Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 1 Promotion Competitive Managerial Applications Development Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title It Computer 4/24/2018 It Computer Sys Mgr $123,934.00 *Base Sal Ponnuraj,Youngren $132,601.00 Provisional *Base Sal C 5 Systems Mgr It Computer It Computer Sys Mgr 4 Systems Mgr Competitive Media Relations Amount Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Prior Func Title Components Components Prior Title It Sr Associate Mora,Jenny Paola Classified It Sr Associate 2H 8/2/2018 Hourly >=6 It Associate It Associate 1H Months

592 Total Action Promotion: 2 Authorized Leave Competitive CUNY TV Name Title Eff From Eff To Comments Functional Title Type Broadcast Assc 2 Cortes,Julian Provisional 8/20/2018 Broadcast Assc Expected Leave End Date is 8/26/18. Non -Competitive UAPC Functional Title Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments College Assistant H Marrero,Chayra 9/4/2018 Non - Comp College 6/19/2018 Assistant Nicole etitive Comp Shakeel,Faiza Non - 8/8/2018 12/17/2018 College Assistant H College etitive Assistant Total Action Authorized Leave: 3 Salary Increase (CLSD) Competitive Security Operation Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Frangoulis,Nicholas Permanent *Base Sal Campus $75,849.00 5/21/2018 *Base Sal $70,387.00 Security Specialist VC For Facilities & Const Mgt Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Robinson,Quanee 10/1/2018 Permanent Cuny Office *Base Sal $40,582.00 $39,614.00 *Base Sal Juanea Lee Assistant Total Action Salary Increase (CLSD): 2 Revision Competitive Managerial Project Management Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Revision of It Computer Sys Mgr Willner,Steven E. Provisional *Base Sal 100 $140,000.00 It Computer 7/12/2017 6 Systems Mgr resignation date from 6/12/17 (from 10/23/17 CUR) to 7/12/17. Total Action Revision: 1

593 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive Managerial: 4 Competitive: 9 Appointment Title Chge/Reclass - Competitive: 1 Promotion Competitive Managerial: 1 Competitive: 1 Authorized Leave Competitive: 1 Non - Competitive: 2 Salary Increase (CLSD) Competitive: 2 Revision Competitive Managerial: 1 Total Classified: 22

594 College of Staten Island Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President VP Student & Enrollment Svcs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Appt Eff To Components Hrs 1/29/2019 7/30/2018 Exec Dir Student On leave from HE Dimitrov,Danielle E. Ecp Acting Asst *Base Sal $140,000.00 Administrator Officer/Director of Svcs >=6 Mo Or -Astadm Prior Ben Diversity Total Action Appointment: 1 -Title Chge/Reclass Appointment ECP Below Vice President President's Office Title Comments Functi onal Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Ecp (Not Exec Counsel To 8/1/2018 $175,000.00 *Base Sal $187,500.00 Wallace,Robert A Administrator *Base Sal Administrator Pres -Adm Acting) Exec Counsel To - Adm Pres VP Finance & Administration Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components Asst Vice Change in 8/1/2018 $160,000.00 Asst Vp Facil *Base Sal $167,500.00 Christensen,Camer *Base Sal Ecp (Not Acting) on R functional title President Planning And Ops Asst Vice Asst Vp Facil Planning And Ops President Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 2 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Appointment ECP Below Vice President: 1 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass ECP Below Vice President: 2 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 3

595 Instructional Appointment Faculty Biology Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs $47,499.00 Lecturer Wollney,Seth I Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Peetz,Faiza Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $68,796.00 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben *Base Sal $68,796.00 Zia,Muhammad K. Substitute Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 Sch >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Graduate Assistant B LaMassa,Nicole Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $17,600.00 And Others Danielle B Psc Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Morozova,Viktoriya Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Chemistry Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Adhikary,Krishnako Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $17,600.00 B And Others li Psc $17,600.00 Graduate Assistant B De Leon,Paul Marty Graduate Asst Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 B And Others T Psc Graduate Assistant B Elamrani,Nourelho Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $17,600.00 And Others uda Joutey B Psc Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Fried,Angela M Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Computer Science Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Lecturer Lecturer Hills,Amy Marie Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $64,053.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben *Base Sal Koshy,Philip G. Substitute Lecturer $47,499.00 8/27/2018 Lecturer 1/24/2019 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Lecturer Shi,Ping Substitute *Base Sal $59,890.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Doct Lecturer Doc Sch Obaidullah,Kazi Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $59,609.00 Sch <6 Mo No Prior Svc Graduate Assistant B Ilmer,Ilia Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc

596 Engineering Science & Physics Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Bnyamin,Mario Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Victor Psc *Base Sal Gyory,William G Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Hernandez Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Rivero,Jose David Psc Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $17,600.00 Moharrami B Allafi,Negin And Others Psc English Amount Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Components Hrs Lecturer Cerpa,Andres Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 Lecturer $61,972.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Manuel Prior Ben Lecturer Sanchez,Rachel Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $59,890.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Library Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Boyle,Christina Substitute 3/1/2019 9/2/2018 *Base Sal $65,817.00 Asst -Librarian Professor >=6 Mo Or Marie Prior Ben Management Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Abdool,Ashmead Substitute *Base Sal Lecturer $68,210.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 <6 Mo No C. Prior Svc Mathematics Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $64,634.00 Lecturer Doc Sch Sunderland,Matthe Substitute 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Lecturer Doct w Han -Jing <6 Mo No Sch Prior Svc Media Culture Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Lecturer Lecturer Johnson,Emma K Substitute *Base Sal 1/24/2019 $52,258.00 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Nursing

597 Type SW Salary Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Components Hrs Track *Base Sal Asst Professor $90,149.00 Contreras,Karen 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 On leave from Asst Professor Tenure Arca Lecturer Doctoral line *Base Sal Maida,Roberta M Substitute Lecturer Lecturer $66,131.00 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben $72,373.00 Substitute Lecturer Lecturer *Base Sal Nahmod,Roseann 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 <6 Mo No Prior Svc Physical Therapy Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Rotondo,Amanda Track *Base Sal $75,110.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure $75,034.00 Lecturer Doc Sch Mekhael,Wagdy Lecturer Doct Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 <6 Mo No Sch William Prior Svc Psychology Name Type SW Title Salary Functional Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doc Sch Giaramita,Debra A. Substitute 1/24/2019 Lecturer Doct *Base Sal $64,634.00 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Sch Prior Ben Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Demasi,Aaron Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $15,523.00 B And Others Matthew Psc $17,600.00 Graduate Assistant B Horger,Melissa Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 B And Others Noel Psc Graduate Assistant B Shouhayib,Janan Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $15,523.00 B And Others Akram Psc Social Work Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Weeks,Nathalie Substitute 1/24/2019 Lecturer 8/27/2018 $68,210.00 *Base Sal >=6 Mo Or Joanne Prior Ben Sociology and Anthropology Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doc Sch Lecturer Doct Trichur,Ganesh Substitute 1/24/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $64,634.00 Sch Kailas <6 Mo No Prior Svc Laboratory / Research Accounting/Finance Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components College Lab Appointed from College Lab 8/26/2018 Colbeck,Roger 8/16/2018 Track $60,561.00 *Base Sal Class Job Search ID # Andrew Tenure Tech- Tech 18137

598 Chemistry Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Amount Hrs Components Appointed from College Lab 8/26/2019 Li,Qi Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $55,642.00 College Lab Class Tech- Job Search ID # Tech Tenure 18384 Engineering Science & Physics Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Appointed from College Lab 8/26/2018 Miller,Matthew A Track 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $46,708.00 College Lab Class Tech- Tech Job Search ID Tenure 18433 College Lab College Lab Appointed from Rivelli,Victoria Track 8/26/2018 *Base Sal $46,708.00 7/2/2018 Tech Tenure Class Tech- Job Search ID # 18432 -Teaching / Administrative Non ASAP Functional Title Name Type SW Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $61,593.00 Appointed from Lupa,Maya Heo Series 6/30/2019 9/27/2018 He Assistant Acad Asap Student *Base Sal Job Search ID Adv Track -Heoa 13.3B #18784 He Assistant Acad Asap Student Appointed from Higgs,Damany Otis 6/30/2019 Heo Series 10/4/2018 $49,193.00 *Base Sal Kelven Track Adv -Heoa Job Search ID #18784 13.3B 10/11/2018 He Assistant Appointed from Sanchez,Damaris Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $61,593.00 Acad Asap Student Job Search ID # -Heoa Adv Track 13.3B 18784 Academic Advisement Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 9/17/2018 Wolpin,Kenneth Appointed from Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Acad Advising Dir He Officer $120,450.00 Job Search # Jay Track 13.3B 18255 Accounting Office Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Finance Coord Goffin,Linda Louise Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $51,153.00 Appointed from 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Track Job Search ID# 18198 13.3B Compliance & Diversity Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components He Officer Hr Chief Diversity On leave from HE Ferrara,Catherine 1/29/2019 Substitute 7/30/2018 *Base Sal $120,450.00 -Heo Associate title >=6 Mo Or mary Officer Prior Ben Continuing Education

599 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 9/10/2018 $56,528.00 Dolce,Judith Substitute He Assistant *Base Sal Acad Std Suppt 3/9/2019 Specl >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Disability Services Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 8/28/2018 Student Disability He Assistant Lopez,Danielle Appointed from Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $68,351.00 Services Sp Louise Track Job Search ID # 18781 13.3B Institutional Research Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Mastrorilli - Geosits, He Officer Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal $104,461.00 7/1/2018 Instit Research Dir Tara Marie Track 13.3B Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Prgm Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $97,628.00 On leave from HE Gardiner,Stefanie Substitute 1/1/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 He Officer Acad Seek Program Associate title >=6 Mo Or Dir Prior Ben Registrar Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Officer Gerson,Kerri Substitute On leave from HE *Base Sal 1/29/2019 $117,120.00 7/30/2018 Enrollment Registrar Dir >=6 Mo Or Associate Prior Ben position. School of Business Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Amount Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 9/5/2018 Appointed from Quirk,Patricia Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Acad Advisor He Assistant $61,593.00 Job Search ID # Sr-Heoa Track 13.3B 18393 Sports & Recreation Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Previously at Van Nostrand,Erin Substitute Student Athl Mgr He Associate *Base Sal $78,477.00 12/19/2018 6/20/2018 Lehman >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Student Athl Tibbs Jr,Thomas Substitute 1/1/2019 He Assistant *Base Sal $51,126.00 7/2/2018 >=6 Mo Or Program Specl Prior Ben Asst To Heo Student Athl Casares,Brittany Substitute 1/1/2019 *Base Sal 7/2/2018 $39,282.00 >=6 Mo Or Program Coord Prior Ben Student Athl Substitute *Base Sal Krychkowski,Thom $39,282.00 Asst To Heo 7/2/2018 1/1/2019 as Roman Program Coord >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst To Heo Student Athl Ng,Lak Wai Substitute $44,308.00 7/2/2018 1/1/2019 *Base Sal

600 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components >=6 Mo Or Program Coord Prior Ben Student Life Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components 9/27/2018 Student Life Coord Jurkiewicz,Jeremia Asst To Heo Substitute *Base Sal 3/26/2019 $51,153.00 h >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben VP Academic Affairs/Provost Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt SW Components Hrs Pignataro,Leonardo Substitute Acad Program Mgr He Associate *Base Sal $81,855.00 6/21/2018 12/20/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Admin Exec Del Gatto,Nina Substitute Resigned from *Base Sal He Assistant $49,193.00 8/31/2018 2/28/2019 Asst -Heoa >=6 Mo Or Heo position in ASAP Prior Ben VP Student & Enrollment Svcs Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Assistant Enrollment Specl Changoo,Randy V. Heo Series Appointed from *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $71,723.00 8/15/2018 Job Search ID # Track 13.3B 18227 8/3/2018 Enrollment Specl Deosaran,Crystal Heo Series He Assistant Appointed from *Base Sal $71,723.00 6/30/2019 Track Job Search ID # 13.3B 18227 Total Action Appointment: 61 -Title Chge/Reclass Appointment -Teaching / Administrative Non Academic Advisement Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Title Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title He Associate Acad Advising Mgr 7/5/2018 $68,351.00 *Base Sal Durando,Jennifer Heo Series $75,110.00 *Base Sal Track Acad Advisor He Assistant Heoa - Sr 13.3B Acad Advising Mgr 7/5/2018 $81,855.00 Martini,Aliza 13.3B - *Base Sal He Associate *Base Sal $84,678.00 Heo Series Acad Advisor He Assistant Sr Heoa - Continuing Education Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title He Assistant Change in Acad Program Specl 7/5/2018 $65,817.00 Pizzuto,Jennifer Heo Series *Base Sal $68,351.00 *Base Sal Functional title - Track Lynn He Assistant Acad Std Suppt Cuny Start 13.3B Specl Recruitment & Admission

601 Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Prior Title Prior Func Title Components He Associate Admissions Mgr Geib,Carmella 13.3B - 7/5/2018 *Base Sal $84,678.00 $81,855.00 *Base Sal Admissions Specl Heo Series He Assistant Wellness Center Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff From Prev Salary Prev Amount Amount Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title 7/5/2018 Student Wellness $81,855.00 He Associate Scotto,Janine T. Heo Series *Base Sal *Base Sal $84,678.00 Track Mgr He Assistant Student Wellness 13.3B Specl Title Chge/Reclass: 5 Total Action Appointment- Early Payment of New Steps Faculty Educational Studies Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Assc Professor Rogers,Bethany L Tenured *Base Sal $106,700.00 *Base Sal Assc Professor 8/27/2018 $96,185.00 Total Action Early Payment of New Steps: 1 Reappointment Faculty Biology Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Bruno,Christine Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $12,409.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Curley,Shannon Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Thevalingam,Donal Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Graduate Asst $17,600.00 B And Others d M Psc Chemistry Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Distinguished Naider,Fred R Instructors Dist Professor Approved by $128,485.00 8/31/2019 9/1/2018 *Base Sal Professor $34,048.00 *SAB CUNY Central - And Others Psc *Stipend(D) reappointment for $28,594.00 5 years eff 9/1/16 - 8/30/2021 but appointments are entered annually. Graduate Assistant B Aleshintsev,Alekse Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 And Others B y Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Ardolic,Hamid Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Baidoo,Juliet N Instructors *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019

602 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs B And Others Psc Cuffari,David L Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc $17,600.00 Instructors Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal 8/27/2018 Hussein,Adel 8/26/2019 B And Others Khader Saleh Psc Graduate Assistant B Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $17,600.00 Lam,Dennis 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Li,Hanbin Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 Graduate Assistant B And Others B Psc Instructors Graduate Assistant B Mancuso,Andrew Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Nayshevskyy,Illya Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $17,600.00 Graduate Assistant B 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Niraula,Pradip R Graduate Asst Instructors *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Roy,Prashun Instructors Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal B And Others Ghosh Psc Graduate Assistant B Schroder,Ryan V. Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Tang,Phu Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $17,600.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Asst Zhang,Shu Instructors Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $17,600.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Computer Science Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Amount Components Hrs Distinguished Appointed Agaian,Sos Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 Dist Professor $128,485.00 *SAB And Others $34,049.00 Distinguish Professor Psc *Stipend(D) $28,594.00 Professor for five years from August 2017 to August 2022. Continuing Education Name Type Title Comments Amount Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Campos,Ronny 8/18/2019 Instructors 8/20/2018 *Base Sal $54,862.00 And Others Angel Instructor Psc *Base Sal Instructors Gleason,Paige Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor $49,315.00 8/20/2018 8/18/2019 Instructor And Others Elisabeth Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Grado Jr,Paul 8/18/2019 Instructors 8/20/2018 *Base Sal $54,862.00 Instructor And Others Douglas Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Johnson,Geoffrey 8/18/2019 Instructors 8/20/2018 *Base Sal $64,053.00 Instructor And Others Steven Psc Cuny Start Cuny Start Instructor Rahaman,Myra R. Instructors 8/18/2019 *Base Sal $56,939.00 8/20/2018 And Others Instructor

603 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Psc $54,862.00 Santiago,Erica Cuny Start Instructor Instructors *Base Sal Cuny Start 8/18/2019 8/20/2018 Instructor Lauren And Others Psc Engineering Science & Physics Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Graduate Assistant B Basu,Sankhya Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Instructors Graduate Assistant B Hackebill,Aric A Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $17,600.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc $17,600.00 Qi,Bingkun Instructors Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal B And Others Psc 8/26/2019 Graduate Assistant B Seijo,Giovanni Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $12,409.00 Gabriel B And Others Psc English Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Distinguished Schulman,Sarah Instructors *Base Sal $120,450.00 9/1/2018 Dist Professor 8/31/2019 Reappointed Distinguished $28,594.00 Professor *Stipend(D) And Others Psc Professor for 5 year term, eff 9/1/16 8/30/21 - Asst Professor Kudsieh,Suha Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Library Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Forrestal,Valerie Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Asst Professor Tenure -Librarian Mathematics Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Dist Professor Distinguished Appointed Rosen,Jay S Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) And Others Professor distinguished Psc professor 9/1/14 - 8/31/19. Asst Professor Conidis,Chris Tenure clock is Track *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $81,855.00 Asst Professor 8/27/2018 Tenure James reset after unpaid leave Nursing Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst Professor Griffiths,Barbara Track Asst Professor $84,354.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Tenure Physical Therapy

604 Functional Title Type Salary Title Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Rotondo,Amanda Substitute Lecturer *Base Sal Lecturer 8/27/2018 1/24/2019 $70,293.00 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Psychology Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Asst Professor Karasik,Lana Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Graduate Assistant B Elimaliah,Sapir Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $15,523.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc WORLD LANGUAGES & LITERATURES Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Asst Professor Baquero Track *Base Sal $81,855.00 Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Pecino,Alvaro Laboratory / Research Accounting/Finance Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components College Lab Colbeck,Roger Track College Lab $60,561.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Tech Andrew Tenure Tech- Class Engineering Science & Physics Name Type Salary Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Amount Hrs Components College Lab 8/26/2019 Miller,Matthew A Track 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $46,708.00 College Lab Class Tech- Tech Tenure $46,708.00 *Base Sal Rivelli,Victoria Track College Lab College Lab 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Tech Tech- Class WORLD LANGUAGES & LITERATURES Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components College Lab Dejesus,Melvin Track 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $54,003.00 College Lab Tech Tenure Class Tech- Non -Teaching / Administrative Academic Advisement Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Associate Acad Advisor Pattelli,Dina Marie Substitute 4/8/2019 10/9/2018 *Base Sal $75,110.00 Lead- Hea >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Total Action Reappointment: 44

605 Transfer from Another College -Teaching / Administrative Non ASAP Name Type SW Salary Eff From Title Amount Functional Title Comments Components Acad Asap Student Guerrero,Julie Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $58,555.00 Appointed from 10/15/2018 Adv Track -Heoa Job Search ID # Kimberly 18784. 13.3B Transferred from John Jay Budget Functional Title Title Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Name Components Finance Budget Mgr Hajbert,Tomasz D Heo Series He Associate Appointed from *Base Sal $75,110.00 7/9/2018 Job Search ID # Track 13.3B 18091; Transferring from Baruch VP Student & Enrollment Svcs Functional Title Name Type SW Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components Asst To Heo Enrollment Coord Cohen,Christine F Heo Series Appointed from 7/2/2018 *Base Sal $53,758.00 Job Search # Track 13.3B 18228; Transferred from John Jay Total Action Transfer from Another College: 3 Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST Faculty Psychology Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Title Eff From Prev Amount Components Components $108,683.00 Cumiskey,Kathleen Tenured *Base Sal Professor Professor *Base Sal $101,043.00 1/1/2019 M Non -Teaching / Administrative President's Office Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components He Assistant Admin Events Specl Gonzalez,Manuel 13.3B - *AssgDiff 6/22/2018 $90,149.00 $2,500.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal Heo Series $90,149.00 Total Action Salary Incr -Not New Step (INST: 2 Fellowship Leave - Full Year Faculty

606 Accounting/Finance Name Salary Title Amount Eff From Type Eff To Leave % of Comments Pay Components Sandler,John Tenured *Base Sal Asst Professor 1/27/2018 7/31/2018 80 $90,149.00 Full Year: 1 Total Action Fellowship Leave - Library Reassignment Leave Faculty Library Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Title Eff To Eff From Components Pay Asst Professor Polger,Mark Aaron Tenured *Base Sal $90,149.00 100 7/2/2018 7/20/2018 Asst Professor -Librarian Asst Polger,Mark Aaron Asst Professor Tenured *Base Sal 100 $90,149.00 8/6/2018 8/17/2018 -Librarian Professor Total Action Library Reassignment Leave: 2 Authorized Leave Faculty History Title Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Asst Professor Averbuch,Bryan Track Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Total Action Authorized Leave: 1 Revision Faculty Accounting/Finance Functional Title Name Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Type Pay Hrs Components Assc Professor Assc Professor Recor,Mary A Tenured *Base Sal $94,248.00 correction to % 7/5/2018 80 Physical Therapy Amount Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Comments Components Hrs Pay Assc Professor Assc Professor Becker,Maureen Previously Tenured *Base Sal $106,700.00 100 8/27/2018 Christine reported on the -25- 2018 CUR 06 as transferring to York College on 8-26- 2018. The effective date should be 8-27- 2018. Last date paid at CSI is 8 - 26 - 2018.

607 Non -Teaching / Administrative Center for Global Engagement Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Appt Pay Components Hrs Admin Exec He Associate The department Verba,Elina Heo Series 100 *Base Sal $97,628.00 7/2/2018 6/30/2019 Hea Assc- was previously Track 13.3B reported incorrectly on the -25 -2018 CUR 6 as Vp Academic Affairs/Provost. It should have been Center for Global Engagement. Registrar Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Comments Hrs Components Pay Enrollment Registrar Heo Series He Associate *Base Sal $100,211.00 Bisceglie,Kara 7/1/2018 6/30/2020 100 The end date Track 2019 was Mgr 06- 30- 13.3B previously reported in the CUR or 2019 6-25- incorrectly. It should be 2020. She 6-30- is on a two year reappointment. Total Action Revision: 4 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 35 Laboratory / Research: 4 Non Teaching / Administrative: 22 - Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Non - Teaching / Administrative: 5 Early Payment of New Steps Faculty: 1 Reappointment Faculty: 39 Laboratory / Research: 4 - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Non Transfer from Another College Non - Teaching / Administrative: 3 Salary Incr - Not New Step (INST Faculty: 1 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Fellowship Leave - Full Year

608 Faculty: 1 Library Reassignment Leave Faculty: 2 Authorized Leave Faculty: 1 Revision Faculty: 2 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 Total Instructional: 124

609 Classified Appointment Competitive B&G Maintenance Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Electrician Ivannikov,Boris V Temporary Electrician *Base Sal $101,782.00 7/11/2018 10/10/2018 <6 Months Electrician Ivannikov,Boris V Temporary Electrician *Base Sal $101,782.00 10/11/2018 1/10/2019 <6 Months Electrician Santoro,Vincent S Temporary *Base Sal Electrician $101,782.00 7/11/2018 10/10/2018 <6 Months Electrician Santoro,Vincent S Temporary Electrician *Base Sal $101,782.00 10/11/2018 1/10/2019 <6 Months Cement Mason Francis,George Temporary Cement Mason *Base Sal $81,612.00 7/23/2018 10/22/2018 <6 Months Appt. from Maintenance Worker Viera,Brian Maintenance Probable 7/8/2019 *Base Sal $57,587.00 7/9/2018 Permanent Worker Maintenance Worker list Business/Fiscal Office Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components It Bus Data Rep It Bus Data Rep 11/16/2018 Blaylock,Heather Temporary 8/17/2018 *Base Sal $40,639.00 <6 Months Analyst 1 Analyst Chemistry Name Type SW Salary Comments Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Components Hrs Appointed from Cuny Admin Asst 2 Derbyshire,Dawn Permanent *Base Sal Cuny Admin $54,350.00 6/11/2018 Job Search ID # Asst 18567 Human Resources Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Functional Title Hrs Components Appointed from Cuny Office Asst 1 Cuny Office Cassim,Tuan Probable 9/3/2019 *Base Sal 9/4/2018 $29,497.00 Assistant Permanent Zanooz Exam # 6058 Public Safety Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components $33,825.00 Appointed from Facciolli,Anthony Probable *Base Sal Campus Peace 7/13/2018 Campus Peace 7/12/2019 Officer Officer 1 Permanent Exam # 2053 Campus Security Probable *Base Sal Campus Illuzzi,Pasquale D 8/20/2018 8/19/2019 Appointed from $26,464.00 exam #2058 Permanent Asst Security Asst Campus Appointed from Campus Security Rodriguez,Paul A Probable 7/8/2019 *Base Sal 7/9/2018 $26,464.00 Permanent Security Asst Asst CSA Exam # 2058 $26,464.00 Campus Sandoval,Wanda Probable *Base Sal Campus Security 7/9/2018 7/8/2019 Appointed from Permanent CSA Exam #2058 Security Asst Asst

610 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Campus Campus Security Appointed from Stokes,Floyd 7/8/2019 Probable 7/9/2018 *Base Sal $26,464.00 Permanent Carlos Asst CSA Exam # Security Asst 2058 Appointed from Campus Security Campus Probable 7/8/2019 *Base Sal 7/9/2018 $26,464.00 Tuite,Ryan William Permanent Asst CSA Exam # Security Asst 2058 Probable *Base Sal $26,464.00 Campus Security Campus 7/9/2018 7/8/2019 Appointed from Wright Jr,Peter Security Asst Paul Anthony Permanent CSA Exam #2058 Asst Recruitment & Admission Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Appointed from Cuny Office Asst 2 Esposito,Joanne M Permanent *Base Sal Cuny Office $35,027.00 7/30/2018 Transfer Roster; Assistant from BMCC VP Info Tech Services Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $73,609.00 Mahmoud,Ahmed K Temporary It Associate It Associate 2 12/20/2018 9/21/2018 *Base Sal <6 Months It Associate It Associate 1 Valerio,Julio A Provisional *Base Sal Appointed from $66,710.00 9/1/2018 Job Search ID # 16982 It Asst Hollander,Elias Temporary *Base Sal $67,473.00 It Assistant 3 9/21/2018 12/20/2018 <6 Months It Assistant 1 Thomas,Sanu Temporary It Asst *Base Sal $51,374.00 9/21/2018 12/20/2018 <6 Months It Assistant 1 Wong,Jonathan Temporary *Base Sal It Asst $45,464.00 8/17/2018 11/16/2018 <6 Months Non -Competitive B&G Custodial Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Custodial Asst Ernst,Patricia Ann Temporary Custodial *Base Sal $33,084.00 7/10/2018 10/9/2018 <6 Months Assistant Labor B&G Maintenance Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Laborer Laborer - Consolidate Appointed from Hynes,Shawn R Non - Comp *Base Sal 9/3/2019 $72,036.00 9/4/2018 etitive d Job Search ID # 18076 Laborer Laborer - Consolidate Appointed from Rios,David Ryan Non - Comp *Base Sal 8/23/2019 $72,036.00 8/24/2018 etitive d Job Search ID# 18076 Total Action Appointment: 25 Reappointment Competitive

611 B&G Custodial Functional Title Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Name Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components reappointed w Maintenance Maintenance Worker Nikezi,Halil Permanent *Base Sal $60,552.00 6/8/2018 permanency Worker Public Safety Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $26,464.00 Permanent *Base Sal Paige,Kareem M Campus Security Campus 9/21/2018 Security Asst Asst Total Action Reappointment: 2 Transfer from Another College Competitive Public Safety Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From SW Components Campus Appointed from 11/1/2018 Campus Security $75,849.00 Frangoulis,Nicholas Permanent *Base Sal Specialist 2 Transfer Roster, Security Specialist transferred from Central Office Arms differential ($1,791) and SAFE team leader($2,146) Total Action Transfer from Another College: 1 Transfer to Another College Competitive Public Safety Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Components *Base Sal Backstrom,Brian J Permanent Campus Peace Campus Peace $47,030.00 7/16/2018 Transferred to Officer Officer 1 John Jay College Registrar Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Components Esposito,Joanne M Permanent Cuny Office Asst 2 *Base Sal $35,027.00 Cuny Office 10/2/2018 transferring back Assistant to BMCC Total Action Transfer to Another College: 2 Promotion Competitive B&G Maintenance Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Prev Amount Prev Salary Amount Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title

612 Amount Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff From Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Appointed from 9/13/2018 $127,034.00 Stationary Engineer *Base Sal Salzillo,Frank Stationary Probable $150,774.00 *Base Sal Permanent Promotional Sr. Engineer Sr Sr Stationary Stationary Engineer Stationary Engineer List Engineer #6538 Total Action Promotion: 1 Reappointment w/ Disciplinary Non -Competitive B&G Custodial Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components $29,279.00 Perm/Disc *Base Sal Santorelli,Nicholas 5/10/2018 Custodial Assistant Rights Only Total Action Reappointment w/ Disciplinary: 1 Total Actions Reported: Classified Appointment Competitive: 22 Non -Competitive: 1 Labor: 2 Reappointment Competitive: 2 Transfer from Another College Competitive: 1 Transfer to Another College Competitive: 2 Promotion Competitive: 1 Reappointment w/ Disciplinary Non - Competitive: 1 Total Classified: 32

613 City College Executive Compensation Plan -Not Title (ECP) Salary Change ECP Below Vice President Dean of Education Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Dn School Of Driscoll,Mary Erina Ecp (Not *Base Sal $160,000.00 *Base Sal $239,375.00 Dean 7/1/2018 Education Acting) Total Action Salary Change- Not Title (ECP): 1 Total Actions Reported: Executive Compensation Plan Salary Change - Not Title (ECP) ECP Below Vice President: 1 Total Executive Compensation Plan: 1

614 Instructional Appointment Faculty Architecture, Department Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Assc Professor Substitute Assc Professor *Base Sal $90,871.00 Markov,Ivan 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Visiting Visiting Professor Tajchman,David Visiting > = 1/24/2019 *Base Sal $128,485.00 8/27/2018 50% Michael Professor Art Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Asst Professor Bartoc,Anne C.f. Substitute Asst Professor *Base Sal $78,477.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst Professor Asst Professor Deck,Andrew Substitute 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $78,477.00 Charles >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Lecturer Fudge,Carl E Substitute *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $72,373.00 Lecturer 8/27/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Biology Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Instructors Graduate Asst Chakrabarti,Shami Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc Doleck,Tenzing D Instructors Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal And Others B Psc *Base Sal Instructors Graduate Assistant B Graduate Asst Khalid,Waqar $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others B Psc 8/26/2019 Graduate Assistant B Sible,Emily Anne Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $12,409.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Wey,Brian *Base Sal Graduate Asst $12,409.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors And Others B Psc Biomedical Engineering Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Hrs Components Graduate Assistant A Boorman - Padgett,J Instructors *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/27/2018 Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 ames Frederick A And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant A Hsu,Gavin Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant A Nguyen,Duc Hong 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $30,052.00 Instructors And Others Thi A

615 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Psc $30,052.00 Twiddy,John Instructors Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant A 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal A And Others Psc Graduate Assistant A Williams,Alexander Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Tanes Psc Chemical Engineering Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Appt Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Hrs Graduate Assistant A Burgner,Dennis Instructors 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 $30,052.00 *Base Sal And Others A Lawrence Psc Instructors Graduate Assistant A Dutta,Debayon Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 8/27/2018 A And Others Psc $30,052.00 Gordon,Leo Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Graduate Assistant A 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 And Others A Psc Graduate Assistant A Jung,Yeojin Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc $30,052.00 Graduate Assistant A May,Andrew Scott Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 A And Others Psc $34,175.00 Graduate Asst Webster,Megan Graduate Assistant A Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 And Others Marie A Psc Graduate Assistant Sharifi 8/26/2019 Instructors 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $24,347.00 Graduate Asst And Others Golru,Samaneh C C Psc Chemistry and Biochemistry Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Cui,Da Instructors Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Gaikwad,Pooja V Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Haddad,Abedalnou Instructors 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others r Ghassan B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Hartley,Silas P Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Kligman,Arina Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others Aleksandrovna B Psc Lombardi,Julien Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Instructors And Others B -Jo Lim Psc Graduate Assistant B Miroshnikov,Mikhail Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 B And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Pearsall,Frederick Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $11,969.00 And Others A B Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Zhang,Xianmiao Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc

616 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components 8/27/2018 Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 Graduate Assistant B 8/26/2019 Zhao,Haoran And Others B Psc Civil Engineering Functional Title Salary Name Type SW Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Graduate Assistant A Jezek,Roland Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Graduate Assistant A Sthapit,Engela Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $30,052.00 Graduate Asst 8/27/2018 A And Others Psc Graduate Assistant A Tejada Lopez,Carla Graduate Asst Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Alexandra Psc Graduate Assistant Graduate Asst Tian,Yuan Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $24,347.00 8/27/2018 C C And Others Psc Earth And Atmospheric Sciences Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Graduate Assistant B Towey,Katherine Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Graduate Asst $11,969.00 Lorraine B And Others Psc Electrical Engineering Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Asst Professor Saeed,Samah Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/6/2018 8/26/2018 Mohamed Ahmed Tenure Graduate Assistant A Graduate Asst Feng,Jinglun Instructors 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 8/27/2018 *Base Sal And Others A Psc Graduate Asst Kiriushechkina,Svet Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $30,052.00 Graduate Assistant A A lana And Others Psc Graduate Assistant A Li,Dingdong Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant A Malinowski,Mateus Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $30,052.00 A And Others z Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant A Qadeer,Arslan Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Graduate Assistant A Vakulenko,Anton Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Library Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Asst Professor Asst Cohn,Sarah B Track 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $68,351.00 8/27/2018 Tenure -Librarian Professor Mechanical Engineering

617 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Yu,Shuangyue Instructors Graduate Asst 8/26/2019 $30,052.00 Graduate Assistant A 8/27/2018 *Base Sal And Others A Psc Graduate Asst Zhao,Chunheng Instructors Graduate Assistant A *Base Sal $30,052.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others A Psc Physics Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Graduate Assistant B Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal Deng,Hai Ming $11,969.00 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 And Others B Psc Graduate Assistant B Furbish,George F Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $11,969.00 2/28/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Psychology Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Doc Sch Paino,Richard V Lecturer 8/26/2018 Lecturer Doct $70,871.00 4/3/2018 *Base Sal Track Cce Sch Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Routhier,Emma Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $11,969.00 B And Others Krane Psc Graduate Assistant Graduate Asst Castillo,Marjorine Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $18,129.00 8/27/2018 And Others C C Psc Graduate Assistant Graduate Asst Hoffman,Christoph Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal $17,471.00 8/27/2018 C C er And Others Psc SEEK Cnsl'g/Stud. Support Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Lecturer Gomez,Mabel Substitute 1/24/2019 *Base Sal Lecturer 9/3/2018 $61,972.00 Marbella <6 Mo No Prior Svc Laboratory / Research Earth And Atmospheric Sciences Amount Name Type SW Salary Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components College Lab College Lab 3/18/2019 Loving,Madeline 9/19/2018 Substitute $40,627.00 *Base Sal Tech >=6 Mo Or Tech- Elise Class Prior Ben Non -Teaching / Administrative Bursar Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Officer Enrollment Bursar Ricca,Anthony 3/1/2019 Substitute 9/2/2018 *Base Sal $108,683.00 Dir >=6 Mo Or Fernando Prior Ben

618 College Now Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Peralta,Roseena Asst To Heo Substitute *Base Sal Admin Coord $60,869.00 2/12/2019 8/13/2018 >=6 Mo Or Salima Prior Ben Dean of Engineering Name Type SW Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Admin Specl Wilson,Tannan He Assistant Heo Series 6/30/2019 $56,528.00 9/26/2018 *Base Sal Track Courtnay 13.3B Financial Aid Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Financial Aid Specl Samlal,Michelle N Heo Series He Assistant *Base Sal $75,110.00 6/30/2019 7/2/2018 Track 13.3B Financial Aid Specl He Assistant - Navarre Heo Series 6/30/2019 *Base Sal 9/4/2018 $63,617.00 Zaverukha te,Alejandro Track 13.3B Human Resources Functional Title Name Type SW Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Salary Hrs Components Asst To Heo Hr Coord Khan,Aimen Iqbal Substitute *Base Sal 4/3/2019 $51,153.00 10/4/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Asst To Heo Merced,Yvette Substitute *Base Sal Hr Coord $51,153.00 6/18/2018 12/17/2018 >=6 Mo Or Prior Ben Hr Coord Seecharran,Kristina Heo Series *Base Sal Asst To Heo $48,210.00 6/30/2018 6/26/2018 Track 13.3B Office of Inst Adv and Comm Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Eff From Comments Amount Title Eff To Appt Hrs Components Development Coord Carter,Victoria Heo Series *Base Sal $51,153.00 7/2/2018 Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 Track Renee 13.3B President's Office Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Eff To Comments Amount Eff From Title Appt Hrs Components Confidential Exec Baptiste,Peter Instructiona $45,957.00 7/2/2018 Asst To Heo 6/30/2019 *Base Sal Coord l - Excluded Registrar Title Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs He Assistant Enrollment Registrar Sadiq,Muhammad Heo Series *Base Sal $61,593.00 7/23/2018 6/30/2019

619 Title Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Specl Adnan Track 13.3B Total Action Appointment: 66 Salary Above Base & New Steps Faculty Electrical Engineering Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Asst Professor Saeed,Samah Track *Base Sal 8/6/2018 $90,149.00 Asst Professor $7,851.00 *SAB Tenure Mohamed Ahmed Non -Teaching / Administrative Admissions Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Amount Components Components Admissions Dir Fantozzi,Joseph A He Officer - *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $128,485.00 $128,485.00 *Base Sal 13.3B $11,515.00 *SAB Heo Series Total Action Salary Above Base & New Steps: 2 -Title Chge/Reclass Appointment Non -Teaching / Administrative Provost's Office Title Comments Functional Title Eff To Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Finance Budget Mgr He Associate Hassan,Luisa M Heo Series 6/30/2019 8/29/2018 *Base Sal $81,855.00 $81,855.00 *Base Sal Track He Assistant Finance Budget 13.3B Specl Title Chge/Reclass: 1 Total Action Appointment- Appointment -Title Chge/Reclass Non -Teaching / Administrative Budget Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Title Salary Prev Amount Prev Salary Amount Type Components Components Prior Func Title Title Prior He Officer Finance Budget Dir 10/1/2018 Brisita,Wendy Heo Series $106,700.00 *Base Sal *Base Sal $117,120.00 He Associate Track Finance Budget Mgr 13.3B Division of Science Title Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components He Associate 9/28/2018 Finance Budget Mgr $81,855.00 Fimiarz,Daniel Heo Series *Base Sal *Base Sal $87,495.00 Track Finance Specl He Assistant

620 Title Functional Title Comments Name Type Salary Eff From Amount Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title 13.3B Total Action Appointment- Title Chge/Reclass: 2 Early Payment of New Steps Faculty Media and Communications Arts Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Assc Professor Blumenkrantz,Gera Tenured *Base Sal 1/1/2018 $106,700.00 Assc Professor *Base Sal $90,871.00 rdo Andres Political Science Name Type Salary Title Amount Functional Title Prev Salary Comments Prev Amount Eff From Components Components Asst Professor Smith,Nicholas Track 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $90,149.00 Asst Professor $81,855.00 *Base Sal Tenure Rush SEEK Cnsl'g/Stud. Support Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components Assc Professor Assc 9/7/2018 Rings,Sherri L Tenured *Base Sal $97,628.00 $106,700.00 *Base Sal Professor -Program Admin Total Action Early Payment of New Steps: 3 Reappointment of Named Chairs Faculty Biology Functional Title Name Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Type Components Professor Janakiraman,Anura Sharon D. Cosloy Tenured Professor *Base Sal $112,905.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 dha Professor in Biology Biomedical Engineering Functional Title Name Type Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Dist Professor Distinguished Wallace H. Schaffler,Mitchell Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $128,485.00 *SAB $83,515.00 And Others Professor Coulter Chair in *Stipend(D) $28,594.00 Biomedical Psc Engineering Distinguished Wallace H. Tarbell,John M Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $128,485.00 Dist Professor $44,795.00 Coulter Chair in *SAB And Others Professor Psc $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) Biomedical Engineering Professor Professor Parra,Lucas C. Tenured *Base Sal Herbert G. 8/26/2019 $128,485.00 8/27/2018 $74,515.00 *SAB Kayser Professorship

621 Civil Engineering Name Type Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Khanbilvardi,Reza Tenured *Base Sal Professor $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 NOAA Chair $82,410.00 Professorship *SAB Computer Science Functional Title Name Type Salary Eff To Title Amount Eff From Comments Components $128,485.00 Professor Zhu,Zhigang Tenured Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Herbert G. *Base Sal Kayser Professorship Earth And Atmospheric Sciences Amount Type Salary Functional Title Name Eff From Eff To Comments Title Components Professor McDonald,Kyle Terry Elkes Tenured *Base Sal 8/26/2019 Professor $128,485.00 8/27/2018 $32,122.00 *SAB Christopher Professorship Economics and Business Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff To Amount Eff From Title Components Berechman,Joseph Tenured Professor Professor $128,485.00 Marvin Kristein 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Endowed Chair of *SAB $32,130.00 Economics Electrical Engineering Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Comments Amount Components Professor Ahmed,Samir A Tenured *Base Sal Herbert G. 8/26/2019 $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2018 $31,871.00 *SAB Kayser Professorship Leadership & Human Development Functional Title Name Type Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Salary Components Professor Professor Driscoll,Mary Erina Tenured *Base Sal Harold Kobliner $128,485.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Chair in Education Mathematics Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Components Professor Chinta,Gautam Tenured Ruth Elkes $128,485.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Professor *Base Sal Professorship Mechanical Engineering Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Professor Professor Andreopoulos,Yian Michael Pope Tenured *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $128,485.00 8/27/2018 nis Chair in

622 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Engineering Philosophy Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Professor Blustein,Jeffrey M Tenured *Base Sal Professor Arthur Zitrin 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 $128,485.00 $16,043.00 *SAB Professorship in Bioethics Physics Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Professor Kaku,Michio Tenured Professor Henry Semat $128,485.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal Chair Professor Lubell,Michael Tenured *Base Sal $128,485.00 Mark W. 8/27/2018 Professor 8/26/2019 Zemansky Professor of Physics Political Science Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Title Eff To Components 8/26/2019 Menon,Rajan Tenured *Base Sal Anne and Professor $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2018 $75,784.00 *SAB Bernard Spitzer Chair in Political Science Total Action Reappointment of Named Chairs: 16 Reappointment Faculty Architecture, Department Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Distinguished Sorkin,Michael Dist Professor Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 *SAB $19,822.00 Professor And Others Psc $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) Asst Professor Aydogan,Ahu Track Asst Professor *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/27/2019 8/25/2020 Tenure Asst Professor Birignani,Cesare Track 8/25/2020 *Base Sal $81,855.00 8/27/2019 Asst Professor Tenure Asst Professor Melendez,Frank Asst Professor *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/27/2019 8/25/2020 Track Tenure Paul Asst Professor Asst Professor Weiss,Sean Robert Track *Base Sal 8/27/2019 8/25/2020 $81,855.00 Tenure Dist Lecturer Distinguished Alspector,Jacob Instructors 8/26/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $106,700.00 Lecturer And Others Psc Biology Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant B Mir,Alexander Instructors $12,409.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal

623 Type Salary Title Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Name Comments Hrs Components B Bernier And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Yang,Ji - Sup Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal $11,969.00 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 And Others B Psc Biomedical Engineering Name Type Salary Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Amount Components Hrs $128,485.00 Distinguished Schaffler,Mitchell Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 Dist Professor $83,515.00 Professor *SAB And Others Psc $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) Distinguished Dist Professor Tarbell,John M Instructors *Base Sal 8/31/2019 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 $44,795.00 Professor *SAB And Others *Stipend(D) Psc $28,594.00 Chemical Engineering Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Instructors *Base Sal Banerjee,Sanjoy Dist Professor $128,485.00 Distinguished 8/31/2019 9/1/2018 Professor And Others *SAB $77,090.00 Psc $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) Chemistry and Biochemistry Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs $128,485.00 Gardner,Kevin Instructors Einstein *Base Sal Einstein Professor 8/31/2019 9/1/2018 And Others *SAB $83,514.00 Professor $50,000.00 *Stipend(E) Psc Distinguished 8/31/2019 Stark,Ruth E Instructors Dist Professor *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 $41,382.00 Professor *SAB And Others Psc *Stipend(D) $28,594.00 Civil Engineering Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Hrs Components 8/31/2019 Einstein Professor Vorosmarty,Charle Instructors 9/1/2018 *Base Sal $128,485.00 Einstein *SAB $60,031.00 And Others s Professor $50,000.00 *Stipend(E) Psc Dist Professor Distinguished Paaswell,Robert E Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 *SAB $83,515.00 Professor And Others $28,594.00 Psc *Stipend(D) Assc Professor Assc Professor Devineni,Naresh Tenured *Base Sal $94,248.00 Early tenure 9/1/2018 Classical & Modern Lang & Lit Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Dist Professor Distinguished Chang - Rodriguez, *Base Sal $128,485.00 9/1/2018 8/31/2019 Instructors

624 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Professor *Stipend(D) Raquel And Others $28,594.00 Psc Earth And Atmospheric Sciences Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Appt Eff To Hrs Components Research Steiner,Nicholas 8/26/2019 Instructors 8/27/2018 *Base Sal Research $75,000.00 Carl Assistant And Others Faculty -Asst Prof Professor Psc Graduate Assistant B Gales,Ellen Instructors Graduate Asst *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $11,969.00 8/27/2018 B And Others Psc Electrical Engineering Name Type Salary Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Amount Components Hrs Asst Professor Saeed,Samah Track *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/26/2019 $90,149.00 8/27/2018 Mohamed Ahmed $7,851.00 *SAB Tenure History Eff From Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Distinguished Baron,Beth A Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 Dist Professor $128,485.00 Professor *Stipend(D) $28,594.00 And Others Psc Dist Professor Distinguished Weitz,Eric David Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) And Others Professor Psc Library Functional Title Name Type Salary Amount Title Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Assc Dominguez,Daisy V Track 8/31/2018 *Base Sal Assc Professor $84,354.00 8/27/2018 Tenure -Librarian Professor Tenure Dominguez,Daisy V Tenured *Base Sal Assc Professor $84,678.00 Assc 9/1/2018 -Librarian Professor Mathematics Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Assc Professor Bou - Rabee,Khalid Tenured *Base Sal Early Tenure $97,628.00 9/1/2018 Assc Professor Philosophy Functional Title Name Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Comments Type Hrs Components $94,248.00 Assc Professor Morton,Jennifer Tenure Tenured *Base Sal Assc Professor 9/1/2018 Mery Asst Professor Asst Professor Morton,Jennifer Track *Base Sal 8/31/2018 $90,149.00 8/27/2018 Tenure Mery Physics

625 Functional Title Title Type Salary Name Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Components Hrs Alfano,Robert R Instructors *Base Sal Distinguished Dist Professor $128,485.00 9/1/2018 8/31/2019 And Others *SAB $80,730.00 Professor $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) Psc *Base Sal Greenberger,Daniel Instructors Dist Professor Distinguished $128,485.00 9/1/2018 8/31/2019 $28,594.00 Professor And Others *Stipend(D) Psc $128,485.00 Distinguished Dist Professor Nair,Parameswara Instructors 8/31/2019 *Base Sal 9/1/2018 *SAB $19,273.00 Professor And Others n Psc *Stipend(D) $28,594.00 Assc Professor Tiburzi,Brian *Base Sal Tenured Assc Professor Tenure $94,248.00 9/1/2018 Charles Tiburzi,Brian Asst Professor Asst Professor Track *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/27/2018 8/31/2018 Tenure Charles Graduate Assistant B Lei,Jiusi Instructors Graduate Asst 2/28/2019 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $14,253.00 B And Others Psc Graduate Assistant B Li,Qiongge Instructors *Base Sal Graduate Asst $12,409.00 8/27/2018 2/28/2019 B And Others Psc Political Science Functional Title Name Type Salary Appt Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Components Hrs $75,110.00 Greenwald,Diana Track Asst Professor *Base Sal Asst Professor 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Barbara Tenure Psychology Name Type Salary Comments Title Functional Title Eff From Eff To Appt Amount Hrs Components Distinguished Wachtel,Paul Instructors 8/31/2019 Dist Professor *Base Sal 9/1/2018 $128,485.00 $28,594.00 *Stipend(D) And Others Professor Psc Professor Professor Sircar,Ratna Track *Base Sal $128,485.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure Graduate Assistant B Sufrin,Nathaniel Instructors 8/26/2019 8/27/2018 Graduate Asst $11,969.00 *Base Sal B William And Others Psc Graduate Asst Graduate Assistant Chmielewski,Jennif 8/26/2019 Instructors 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $18,129.00 And Others er Frances C C Psc Instructors Graduate Assistant *Base Sal Gvozdieva,Kseniia $17,471.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Graduate Asst C And Others C Psc Graduate Assistant Reichert,Chelsea P Instructors Graduate Asst $18,129.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 *Base Sal C And Others C Psc Sociology Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Title Hrs Components Distinguished 8/31/2019 Helmreich,William Instructors Dist Professor *Base Sal $128,485.00 9/1/2018 Professor B $28,594.00 And Others *Stipend(D) Psc Laboratory / Research

626 Biology Eff From Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff To Appt Comments Functional Title Hrs Components Sr College Lab 8/26/2019 Morillo,Jhunior A Track *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $54,265.00 Sr College Lab Class Tech- Tech Tenure Civil Engineering Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Research Associate Research Assc Corsi,Fabio Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $89,761.00 8/27/2018 And Others Psc Computer Science Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Research Assistant Jaikaran,Nikita Instructors *Base Sal 8/26/2019 $52,823.00 Research Asst 8/27/2018 And Others Psc -Teaching / Administrative Non Human Resources Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components Seecharran,Kristina Heo Series Asst To Heo *Base Sal $48,210.00 6/30/2019 7/1/2018 Hr Coord Track 13.3B Purchasing Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Eff From Eff To Appt Hrs Components He Associate Finance Mgr Greene,Kisha M Heo Series *Base Sal 6/30/2019 $87,495.00 7/1/2018 Track 13.3B Total Action Reappointment: 47 -Department Chair Designation Faculty SEEK Cnsl'g/Stud. Support Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Assc Professor Assc SEEK Director 9/7/2018 Rings,Sherri L Tenured *Base Sal $106,700.00 -Program and Chair Professor Admin Total Action Designation -Department Chair: 1 Election -Department Chair Faculty Curriculum & Instruction

627 Title Name Type Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Ratner,Andrew Tenured *Base Sal Assc Professor 7/1/2018 Assc Professor 6/30/2021 Elected $97,628.00 Chairperson of Curriculum & Instruction Economics and Business Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Comments Components Professor Nagler,Matthew Tenured Professor Elected $117,120.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2021 *Base Sal Chairperson of Economics and Business effective 7/1/2018 through 6/30/2021 Leadership & Human Development Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Title Amount Eff From Eff To Components Assc Professor Carter,Hazel Tenured *Base Sal Elected $97,628.00 7/1/2018 Assc Professor 6/30/2021 Chairperson of Leadership & Human Development Political Science Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Components Assc Professor Disalvo,Daniel Tenured *Base Sal Assc Professor Elected $106,700.00 6/30/2020 9/1/2018 Chairperson of *SAB $14,758.00 Political Science effective 9/1/2018 through 6/30/2020 Sociology Functional Title Name Type Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Salary Components Assc Professor Assc Professor Poros,Maritsa V Tenured *Base Sal Elected $97,628.00 7/1/2018 6/30/2021 Chairperson of Sociology effective 7/1/2018 through 6/30/2021 Total Action Election -Department Chair: 5 Promotion Faculty Civil Engineering Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Components Prior Title Prior Func Title Assc Professor 8/27/2018 Assc Professor $90,149.00 Devineni,Naresh Track *Base Sal *Base Sal $94,248.00 Tenure Asst Professor Asst Professor

628 Library Amount Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Comments Eff From Prev Salary Prev Amount Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Assc Assc Professor 8/27/2018 $84,354.00 *Base Sal Dominguez,Daisy V Track $84,678.00 *Base Sal Professor Asst Professor Tenure -Librarian Asst Librarian - Professor Mathematics Comments Functional Title Eff From Name Type Salary Title Prev Amount Amount Prev Salary Components Components Prior Func Title Prior Title 8/27/2018 Assc Professor Assc Professor Bou - Rabee,Khalid Track *Base Sal $90,149.00 $97,628.00 *Base Sal *SAB Tenure $2,254.00 Asst Professor Asst Professor Philosophy Amount Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Components Prior Func Title Prior Title Components Assc Professor Assc Professor 8/27/2018 Morton,Jennifer $90,149.00 Track *Base Sal *Base Sal $94,248.00 Mery Asst Professor Asst Professor Tenure Physics Name Type Salary Title Amount Functional Title Prev Salary Prev Amount Eff From Comments Prior Title Prior Func Title Components Components Assc Professor Assc Professor 8/27/2018 Tiburzi,Brian $90,149.00 Track *Base Sal *Base Sal $94,248.00 Asst Professor Tenure Charles Asst Professor Total Action Promotion: 5 -Not New Step (INST Salary Incr -Teaching / Administrative Non Human Resources Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Prev Salary Eff From Prev Amount Components Components $51,153.00 Seecharran,Kristina Heo Series 10/2/2018 *Base Sal Hr Coord $53,758.00 *Base Sal Asst To Heo Track 13.3B -Not New Step (INST: 1 Total Action Salary Incr Phased Retirement Faculty Electrical Engineering Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Components Pay Professor Professor Scheinberg,Norma 3 Year Phased Tenured *Base Sal $128,485.00 50 8/27/2018 8/24/2021 n Retirement at 50% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/24/2021

629 English Eff From Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff To Leave % of Comments Functional Title Pay Components Professor Wilner,Joshua 3 Year Phased Tenured Professor $128,485.00 50 8/27/2018 8/24/2021 *Base Sal David Retirement at 50% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/24/2021 Non -Teaching / Administrative Dean of Engineering Functional Title Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Components Pay $128,485.00 Heo Camp,Edward R 13.3B - *Base Sal - 9/1/2018 He Officer 8/31/2019 Admin Officer 80 1 Year Phased Retirement at Heo Series 80% pay effective 9/1/2018 through 8/31/2019 Total Action Phased Retirement: 3 - Half Year Fellowship Leave Faculty Architecture, Department Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Pay Components Fellowship leave Tenured *Base Sal Brown,Hillary $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2018 80 Half Year effective 8/27/2018 through 1/24/2019 Half Year: 1 Total Action Fellowship Leave - Fellowship Leave - Full Year Faculty Chemical Engineering Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Pay Components Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $128,485.00 Professor 1/25/2019 Rumschitzki,David 80 Split full year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Professor Rumschitzki,David Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $128,485.00 8/27/2019 80 Split full year effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Chemistry and Biochemistry

630 Title Type Salary Name Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Components Pay Jans,Urs Tenured *Base Sal 80 $117,120.00 Professor 1/25/2019 Fellowship Leave Split Full Year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Jans,Urs Tenured *Base Sal Professor $117,120.00 Fellowship Leave 8/27/2019 80 Split Full Year effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Fellowship leave Boson,Sean S Lecturer Doct Cce 80 8/27/2018 *Base Sal $87,628.00 Full Year effective Sch Certificate Continuous 8/27/2018 through Emp 8/26/2019 Classical & Modern Lang & Lit Name Type Salary Comments Eff To Amount Eff From Title Leave % of Pay Components Assc Professor Tenured *Base Sal $94,248.00 1/25/2019 Paolini,Devid 80 Fellowship leave Split full year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Assc Professor Paolini,Devid Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $97,628.00 1/27/2020 80 Split full year effective 1/27/2020 through 7/31/2020 Messina - Kociuba,C $74,454.00 Fellowship Leave Cce 80 *Base Sal Lecturer 8/27/2018 orinna Split Full Year Certificate Continuous effective 8/27/2018 Emp through 1/24/2019 Lecturer - Kociuba,C Fellowship leave Cce 80 Messina *Base Sal 8/27/2019 $77,389.00 l year Split ful Certificate orinna Continuous effective Emp 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Computer Science Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Pay Components Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave 80 $128,485.00 Professor Gurvits,Leonid 1/25/2019 *SAB $48,182.00 Split full year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Gurvits,Leonid Professor Tenured *Base Sal $128,485.00 8/27/2019 80 Fellowship leave *SAB Split full year $48,182.00 effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020

631 Curriculum & Instruction Name Salary Amount Eff From Type Eff To Leave % of Comments Title Pay Components Stylianou,Despina Tenured *Base Sal $117,120.00 Fellowship leave 8/27/2018 Professor 80 Split full year effective 8/27/2018 through 1/24/2019 Valle,Jan W Tenured *Base Sal $104,461.00 Professor Fellowship leave 80 8/27/2018 Full Year effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 English Eff From Type Salary Name Comments Amount Eff To Leave % of Title Pay Components Mirsky,Mark J Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $128,485.00 1/25/2019 80 Professor Split full year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Mirsky,Mark J Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $128,485.00 Professor 8/27/2019 80 Split full year effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Library Eff From Type Salary Title Comments Amount Name Eff To Leave % of Pay Components Chen,Ching - jung Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $97,628.00 8/27/2018 Assc Professor 80 Full Year effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 Mathematics Name Type Title Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Salary Pay Components Professor Shpilrain,Vladimir Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship Leave $128,485.00 1/25/2019 80 Split Full Year effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Shpilrain,Vladimir Tenured *Base Sal Professor $128,485.00 Fellowship Leave 8/27/2019 80 Split Full Year effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Assc Professor Feigon,Brooke Fellowship leave Tenured *Base Sal 80 $97,628.00 8/27/2018 Full Year effective Gabrielle 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019

632 Music Type Salary Name Title Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Amount Pay Components Lecturer Doct Krasner,Orly Cce Fellowship Leave 80 *Base Sal $82,133.00 1/25/2019 Sch Certificate Split Full Year Continuous effective 1/25/2019 Emp through 7/31/2019 Cce Lecturer Doct 80 Fellowship Leave *Base Sal $82,133.00 1/27/2020 Krasner,Orly Certificate Split Full Year Sch effective Continuous 1/27/2020 Emp through 7/31/2020 Philosophy Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Pay Components Morton,Jennifer *Base Sal Fellowship leave Track Assc Professor 80 $94,248.00 8/27/2018 Mery Tenure Full Year effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 Physics Name Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Title Components Pay Assc Professor Punnoose,Alexand Tenured *Base Sal Fellowship leave $106,700.00 1/25/2019 80 Split full year er effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 Punnoose,Alexand Fellowship leave Tenured *Base Sal $106,700.00 80 Assc Professor 1/27/2020 er Split full year effective 1/27/2020 through 7/31/2020 Laboratory / Research Art Title Name Type Salary Comments Leave % of Amount Eff From Eff To Pay Components $58,921.00 Tenured *Base Sal Bailey,Erica R College Lab 1/25/2019 80 Fellowship Leave Tech Split Full Year at 80% pay effective 1/25/2019 through 7/31/2019 College Lab Fellowship Leave Bailey,Erica R Tenured *Base Sal 80 $58,921.00 8/27/2019 Tech Split Full Year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2019 through 1/26/2020 Total Action Fellow ship Leave - Full Year: 26

633 Authorized Leave Faculty Architecture, Department Eff From Name Type Title Eff To Comments Functional Title Professor Professor Tenured 8/27/2018 Authorized leave Gisolfi,Peter without pay effective 8/27/2018 through 1/25/2019 Chemistry and Biochemistry Functional Title Name Type Eff From Title Eff To Comments Asst Professor Asst Professor Hohenstein Authorized leave Track 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 Tenure without pay IV,Edward G effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 Psychology Functional Title Name Title Eff From Eff To Comments Type Asst Professor Asst Professor Ruglass,Lesia Track 8/26/2019 Authorized leave 8/27/2018 without pay Tenure Monique effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 Sociology Functional Title Name Type Eff From Eff To Comments Title Assc Professor Assc Professor Lewis - McCoy,Rona Tenured 8/27/2018 Authorized leave ld L'heureux without pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 Total Action Authorized Leave: 4 Revision Faculty Architecture, Department Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Professor Gutman,Marta Tenured *Base Sal Reported on the $117,120.00 Professor 8/27/2018 100 June 2018 CUR as Fellowship Leave full year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. Fellowship Leave was rescinded

634 Chemical Engineering Name Type Salary Functional Title Title Amount Eff From Leave % of Comments Appt Eff To Hrs Pay Components Professor Tardos,Gabriel Professor *Base Sal $128,485.00 Travia leave 8/27/2018 50 Tenured rescinded effective 8/27/2018 - Entered in error, return to phased retirement at 50% pay effective 8/27/2018 thru 1/24/2019 Chemistry and Biochemistry Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Functional Title Pay Hrs Components Reported on the Lecturer Doc Sch Boson,Sean S Lecturer Doct 100 *Base Sal 8/27/2018 $87,628.00 Cce October 2018 Sch Certificate Continuous CUR as Emp Fellowship leave full year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. Fellowship leave was rescinded Civil Engineering Name Type Salary Title Comments Amount Eff From Functional Title Eff To Leave % of Appt Pay Hrs Components Asst Professor Devineni,Naresh Asst Professor Reported on the *Base Sal $90,149.00 8/27/2018 100 8/31/2018 Track Tenure February 2018 CUR as reappointment effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. S/B reappointment effective 8/27/2018 through 8/31/2018 Mathematics Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff To Leave % of Appt Eff From Pay Hrs Components Asst Professor Asst Professor Bou - Rabee,Khalid Track Reported on the *Base Sal 100 $90,149.00 8/31/2018 8/27/2018 February 2018 $2,254.00 *SAB Tenure CUR as reappointment effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. S/B reappointment effective 8/27/2018

635 Functional Title Name Type Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Appt Hrs Pay Components through 8/31/2018 Media and Communications Arts Name Type Title Comments Amount Eff From Functional Title Eff To Leave % of Appt Salary Pay Hrs Components Professor Tag,Nancy R Professor Tenured *Base Sal Reported on the $117,120.00 8/27/2018 80 June 2018 CUR as Fellowship Leave half year at 100% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 1/24/2019. S/B Fellowship Leave half year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 1/24/2019 Political Science Functional Title Title Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Name Pay Hrs Components Professor Professor Morgenstern,Mira Tenured *Base Sal ported on the $112,905.00 Re 8/27/2018 100 June 2018 CUR as Fellowship leave full year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. Fellowship leave rescinded Asst Professor Greenwald,Diana Reported on the Track *Base Sal 100 $75,110.00 8/25/2017 Asst Professor 8/26/2018 Tenure Barbara January 2018 CUR as Authorized leave without pay effective 8/25/2017 through 6/30/2018. S/B Authorized leave without pay effective 8/25/2017 through 8/26/2018 Psychology Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay Lecturer Doc Sch Paino,Richard V Lecturer Reported on the Lecturer Doct $70,871.00 8/27/2018 8/26/2019 100 *Base Sal Sch Track Cce February 2018 CUR as Reappointment as Lecturer effective 8/27/2018

636 Functional Title Title Type Salary Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Comments Name Appt Hrs Pay Components through 8/26/2019 at $70,293. S/B Reappointment as Lecturer Doctoral Schedule effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019 at $70,871 Laboratory / Research Art Functional Title Name Type Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Comments Salary Components Hrs Pay 8/27/2018 College Lab Reported on the Bailey,Erica R Tenured *Base Sal 100 $57,281.00 College Lab June 2018 CUR Class Tech- Tech as Fellowship leave full year at 80% pay effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. Fellowship leave was rescinded Benjamin Levich Inst. Functional Title Name Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Comments Type Hrs Components Pay Research Assc Singh,Abhinendra Instructors Research Associate Reported on the *Base Sal $67,295.00 100 7/16/2018 June 2018 CUR And Others Psc as reappointment as Research Associate effective 8/27/2018 through 8/26/2019. Reappointment rescinded. Employee resigned effective 7/16/2018 -Teaching / Administrative Non Colin Powell School Title Functional Title Name Type Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Leave % of Appt Hrs Components Pay He Associate Admin Mgr Mercado,Wanda Heo Series Reported on the *Base Sal 100 $97,628.00 7/1/2018 Track April 2018 CUR X Report as 13.3B non- reappointme nt effective 7/1/2018. Employee resigned effective 6/22/2018

637 Total Action Revision: 12 Total Actions Reported: Instructional Appointment Faculty: 54 Laboratory / Research: 1 - Teaching / Administrative: 11 Non Salary Above Base & New Steps Faculty: 1 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Appointment - Title Chge/Reclass Non Teaching / Administrative: 1 - Appointment Title Chge/Reclass - - Non Teaching / Administrative: 2 Early Payment of New Steps Faculty: 3 Reappointment of Named Chairs Faculty: 16 Reappointment Faculty: 42 Laboratory / Research: 3 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 2 - Department Chair Designation Faculty: 1 Election - Department Chair Faculty: 5 Promotion Faculty: 5 - Not New Step (INST Salary Incr Non - 1 Teaching / Administrative: Phased Retirement Faculty: 2 Non Teaching / Administrative: 1 - Fellowship Leave Half Year - Faculty: 1 Fellowship Leave - Full Year Faculty: 24 Laboratory / Research: 2 Authorized Leave Faculty: 4 Revision

638 Faculty: 9 Laboratory / Research: 2 Non - Teaching / Administrative: 1 Total Instructional: 195

639 Classified Appointment Competitive Access, Wellness, Counseling Eff From Name Type Salary Amount Eff To Appt Title Comments Functional Title SW Components Hrs Disability Accomm Disability Provisional *Base Sal Britton,Leigh $49,828.00 9/13/2018 Jeremy Specl 2 Accommodatio ns Spec Disability McGuire,Caitlin Provisional *Base Sal Disability Accomm $49,828.00 9/13/2018 Marie Specl 2 Accommodatio ns Spec Cuny Office Asst 1 James,Shalonda K. Probable Cuny Office *Base Sal 8/1/2019 $29,497.00 6/28/2018 Permanent Assistant Information Technology Name Type SW Salary Functional Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Title Hrs Components It Sr Associate Lacay,Jonathan Provisional *Base Sal $101,217.00 7/19/2018 It Sr Associate 3 PPS - Trades Functional Title Name Type SW Title Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Components Hrs Sallust,Gilbert A Provisional *Base Sal Stationary Engineer $145,095.00 9/14/2018 Stationary Sr Engineer Sr Stationary Engineer Riccardelli,Pasqual Probable *Base Sal Stationary $127,034.00 9/13/2018 9/12/2019 Permanent Engineer e Stationary Stationary Engineer Sallust,Gilbert A Probable 9/12/2019 *Base Sal $127,034.00 9/13/2018 Permanent Engineer $127,034.00 Santana,Oscar U Probable *Base Sal Stationary 9/27/2018 9/26/2019 Stationary Engineer Permanent Engineer $119,371.00 Kirwin,Richard Probable *Base Sal 10/10/2019 Oiler 10/11/2018 Oiler Permanent WILLIAM Oiler Sanon,Georges 10/11/2018 Probable *Base Sal 10/10/2019 $119,371.00 Oiler Permanent Arnel High Pressure High Pressure Plant Murphy,Richard J Provisional *Base Sal $73,080.00 8/30/2018 Tender Plant Tender Nurse,Osie Provisional High Pressure *Base Sal $73,080.00 High Pressure Plant 7/5/2018 Plant Tender Heshemo Tender *Base Sal Thermostat Repairer Torres,David Provisional Thermostat $94,346.00 6/21/2018 Repairer Public Safety Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Comments Amount Eff From Eff To Title Appt Hrs Components Campus Peace Jones,Kenrick Probable $33,825.00 7/13/2018 7/12/2019 Campus Peace *Base Sal Permanent Officer 1 Officer Campus Peace Campus Peace Nieves,Christopher 7/12/2019 Probable 7/13/2018 *Base Sal $33,825.00 Permanent Officer Officer 1 M Campus Peace 7/12/2019 Santos,Erick 7/13/2018 Probable $33,825.00 *Base Sal Campus Peace Permanent Officer Antonio Officer 1

640 Functional Title Name Type SW Salary Title Amount Eff From Eff To Appt Comments Hrs Components Campus Security Campus Bly,Joshua Shateek Probable *Base Sal 10/10/2019 $26,464.00 10/11/2018 Asst Permanent Security Asst Campus Campus Security Gilbert,Starrdaysha Probable 8/1/2019 *Base Sal 8/2/2018 $28,579.00 Permanent A Asst Security Asst Campus Security Campus Lois,Alexander Probable 8/1/2019 *Base Sal 8/2/2018 $30,673.00 Permanent Luke Asst Security Asst Campus Security Probable Campus *Base Sal Minott $26,464.00 9/13/2018 9/12/2019 Security Asst Permanent Melvin,