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Click here to enter text. B. Curriculum The curriculum should be structured to meet the stated objectives of the program. Explain how the curriculum achieves the objectives of the program by describing the relationship between the overall curriculum or the major curricular components and the program objectives. Click here to enter text. As part of the broader work of the Mathematics Success Initiative, the Math Pathways Task Force has identified four gateway mathematics courses that are suitable general education mathematics course options. These courses, College Algebra/Pre-Calculus, Introduction to Statistics, Functions and Modeling, and Quantitative Reasoning , are included on the Course Equivalency Project transfer matrix and provide rigorous mathematical content that is more relevant and appropriate for specific academic majors. If the proposed program requires a general education mathematics course, describe how the mathematics course was selected and how it best meets the needs of the program’s students. If the program allows for multiple gateway mathematics course options, provide a rationale for each. (For more information regarding the gateway mathematics courses, please contact Dr. Rachel Bates (405) 225-9168) Click here to enter text. The proposed program must meet the State Regents’ minimum curricular standards including the total credit hour requirements for program completion, liberal arts and sciences, general education, and area of specialization credit hour requirements (refer to State Regents’ Policy 3.15 Undergraduate Degree Requirements). Additionally, the curriculum should be compatible with accreditation or certification standards, where available. Any clinical, practicum, field work, thesis, or dissertation requirements should be included in the proposal. Provide the following information for the program and for each option (some categories may not apply to all programs): For Master’s and Doctorate Degrees: Total number of hours required for degree: Number of hours in program core: Number of hours in option (if applicable): Number of hours in thesis/dissertation/project: Number of hours in electives (if applicable): For Bachelor’s and AA/AS Degrees: Total number of hours required for degree: Number of hours in general education: Number of hours in major: Number of hours in degree program core (if applicable): Number of hours in option (if applicable):
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Page 4 of 11 Revised July 2019 Number of hours in guided electives (if applicable): Number of hours in general electives (if applicable): For AAS Degrees: Total number of hours required for degree: Number of hours in general education: Number of hours in technical specialty: Number of hours in technical support courses (if applicable): Number of hours in technical related coursework (if applicable): Describe how the proposed program will articulate with related programs in the state. It should describe the extent to which student transfer has been explored and coordinated with other institutions.
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