Bachelor of Science in Liberal & Applied Studies Coordinating Committee
Function: The Bachelor of Science in Liberal & Applied Studies Coordinating Committee (BSLASCC) will provide leadership in developing and coordinating the Bachelor of Science in Liberal and Applied Studies degree program. The committee will develop program standards. They will also collect and analyze assessment data and make any appropriate recommendations for modifications. All recommendations from this committee must be submitted to the appropriate committee for action. An annual report of the actions of the Bachelor of Science in Liberal and Applied Studies Coordinating Committee will be submitted in April of each year to the Faculty Senate, General Education Council, and Academic Council (APPM 3.5).
Membership: The Bachelor of Science in Liberal and Applied Studies Coordinating Committee will consist of at least seven faculty members. The Faculty Senate will appoint members for three year staggered terms. There will be a minimum of one committee member from each of the six groups (Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Applied Sciences, Behavioral Sciences and Applied Behavioral Sciences). An additional member from the department of English, Humanities and Languages will also be a member. The Director or designee of the Academic Advising and Outreach Center (AAOC) and the Coordinator of the BSLAS will serve as ex-officio, non-voting members (APPM 3.5).