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The University of Western Australia

5th June 2014


MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF STUDIES FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS

Nominee of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) as Chair (Winthrop Professor Mark Israel)

Dean, Coursework Studies (Winthrop Professor Grady Venville) Nominee of the Chair of Academic Board (Professor Hélène Jaccomard) Dean, Faculty of Arts Nominee (Professor Ian Saunders)

Dean, Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts Nominee (Associate Professor Darren Jorgensen)

Dean, Faculty of Business Nominee (Winthrop Professor Robert Lambert) Dean, Faculty of Education Nominee (Professor Simon Clarke)

Dean, Faculty of Law Nominee (Winthrop Professor Peter Handford)

Nominee of the Registrar (Mr Jon Stubbs)

Nominee of the Guild President (Mr Henry Austin)
IN-ATTENDANCE

Dr Kabilan Krishnasamy, Acting Academic Secretary, Academic Policy Services

BOARD OF STUDIES FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS ITEMS FOR CONSIDERATION BY CIRCULAR

Members are asked to consider items in Part 2 by circular. If you do not agree with the recommendation from the Chair in Part 2 or would prefer that the item be referred to the next meeting for discussion please contact the Executive Officer (jan.cardy@uwa.edu.au ) no later than mid-day on Thursday 12th June 2014. If there are no objections by that date the item will be processed in the

normal way and the recommendations recorded as resolutions of the Board of Studies (Bachelor of Commerce) in the next set of minutes.
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Ms Jan Cardy Executive Officer

Academic Policy Services


PART 2 ITEM(S) FOR CONSIDERATION AND DECISION BY CIRCULAR



  1. CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT ANNUAL (PLANNED) CHANGE PROCESS FOR 2014


The University’s change process for Cycle I undergraduate curriculum has been designed to accommodate both annual (planned) and late change requests which normally arise from enrolment issues or other unforeseen circumstances. The latter, if assessed to have no impact on the structure of a major, are administered via the fast-track process and approved by the Chair by way of delegated authority from the Board.
Planned annual changes to undergraduate curriculum may occur at the unit level and/or major level and/or honours level and will need to take place, where relevant, in line with the University Policy on Changes to Units, University Policy on Changes to Approved Majors and Changes to Approved Honours specialisation.
By way of an ongoing agreement by the Board, all change requests assessed to have no impact on the structure of a major are considered by the Chair on behalf of the Board. In so considering the Chair may refer a change request, if contentious, to the Board for wider discussion and consideration. All change requests assessed to have an impact on the structure of a major or on the unit sequence of a major are presented to the Board for consideration.
To this end, the Board is asked to consider the following change proposals:



Faculty of Arts

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MJD-MDEMS Medieval and Early Modern Studies

  • Introducing 10 units, removing 2 units and consequential change to the learning outcomes of the major


Proposed new unit

  • MEMS1001 Life, Thought and Culture in Pre-modern Europe


Units to be rescinded

  • MEMS2002 World Views: Religion, Gender and Society in Pre-modern Europe

  • MEMS3001 Language and Power: Latin in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

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