Council Meeting Agenda May 2, 2019; York University Faculty of Graduate Studies

Agenda
Thursday, May 2, 2019
3:00 p.m.
N940 Ross Building (Dr. Robert Everett Senate Chamber)

1.  Welcome and Chair’s Remarks

2.  Minutes of Previous Meeting (April 4, 2019) (.docx)

3.  Business Arising from the Minutes

4. Dean's Remarks and Discussion

5.  Senate Consultation on Non-Degree Activities

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Proposed Revisions to the Principles and Procedures Governing Non-Degree Activities (.pdf) 

6. Changes in Degree Requirements

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Approved by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee on April 10, 2019

a) Graduate Program in Marketing

Changes in degree requirements: Replace Management 5100 3.0: “Business Decision Making” with 6000-level marketing course; replace Marketing 6230 3.0: “New Topics in Digital Marketing” with marketing elective course; replace Management 6810 3.0: “Creativity and Innovation: Techniques” with Marketing 6810 3.0: “Creativity in Marketing” and allow students who have successfully completed university level courses in financial accounting, management accounting and introductory finance to request ‘waiver with replacement’ for Accounting 5200 3.0: “Financial Decisions for Managers” (.pdf) | Learning outcomes (.pdf)

b) Graduate Program in Supply Chain Management

Changes in degree requirements: Replace Organizational Management Information Systems 6320 3.0: “Enterprise Information Systems” with new course Organizational Management Information Systems 6320 1.5: “Managing New Supply Chain Technology” (.pdf) | Learning outcomes (.pdf)

7.  Report of the Nominating Committee

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FGS Standing Committees and representatives to Senate Committees  (.pdf) 

8.  Summer Authority

Motion: “that all items that need Council approval be delegated to the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee after the last meeting of Council in this academic year and until the first meeting of Council in the next academic year.”

9.  Curriculum Changes

Approved April 10, 2019, by the FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee’s Academic Affairs Subcommittee, and received for information on April 10, 2019, by FGS Academic Planning & Policy Committee

Councillors may view these documents by contacting M. Michael Schiff, Coordinator, Faculty Governance.

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Graduate Program in Business Administration
Change in Prerequisite [no longer requiring course instructor approval]
Entrepreneurship 6400 3.0:  “Applied Entrepreneurship Field Study:  Competitiveness of Entrepreneurial Firms”

Graduate Program in Executive Management in Business Administration
New Course Proposal
Executive Master’s in Business Administration 6335 2.0:  “Leading Organizational Transformation”
Executive Master’s in Business Administration 6755 2.0:  “Leading and Managing Diverse Organizational” 

Graduate Program in Law
Part-Time LLM in Criminal Law
New Course Proposal
Criminal Law 6789 3.0:  “Mental Health and the Criminal Law”

 Part-Time LLM in Labour Relations & Employment Law
New Course Proposal
Labour Relations Law 6029 3.0:  “Gender and the Law of Work in Canada” 

Part-Time LLM in Privacy & Cybersecurity Law
Change in Course Number and Weight
Law 6162P 3.0 to 6162 6.0:  “Privacy Law in Canada”

Graduate Program in Marketing
New Course Proposal
Marketing 6810 3.0:  “Creativity in Marketing”

Graduate Program in Music
Changes in Course Weight
Music 5500 from 6.0 to 3.0:  “Performance Option”

Graduate Program in Supply Chain Management
New Course Proposal
Organizational Management 6320 1.5:  “Managing New Supply Chain Technology”

10.  Other Business