These questions are designed to produce the equivalent of a 2-page summary of the proposed program that can be used to create an Early Alert document that will be submitted to the Statewide Provosts Council.
4. What is the anticipated enrollment (Fall Term headcount) at the launch of the program and the planned goals for 5 and 10 years out?
Create, Change or Terminate a College or Academic Unit
Objectives, Functions, and Activities
The proposed course designator should have an identified purpose within the curricular structure of Oregon State University.
Responsibility for the integrity and oversight of the proposed course designator should be clearly identified.
Who will benefit from the new course designator, and what changes will result from its implementation.
Nobuko Wingard, Instructor of Italian, email@example.com
Description and Requirements
Intermediate Italian is designed to further develop students' basic language skills gained in the first-year sequence or an equivalent Italian learning environment along with cultural understanding through an interactive online learning platform, which offers a more engaging and meaningful learning environment. Throughout the program, students will get exposure to more authentic materials such as short films, literature excerpts, and cultural readings, and develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills to express more complex and abstract opinions on a wider variety of topics.
A completion of the first-year sequence (IT111, IT112, IT113) or equivalent courses is a prerequisite for this program. To satisfy the intermediate Italian program, students are required to complete the first-year Italian courses; IT211, IT212, and IT213. The intermediate Italian program is a student-centered, proficiency-based, communicative language program designed to prepare students for life as members of multilingual and multicultural communities, locally and globally, by building intermediate Italian skills that can be applied to any academic, career, or professional objective. Students will practice speaking, listening, reading and writing while expanding their awareness of sociocultural elements related to communities where Italian is spoken.
Whoever completes this program will receive a microcredential certificate recognizing their completion of the Italian intermediate level courses requiring 360 hours of online learning participation, equivalent to twelve (12) college-level credits. Completing the microcredential also prepares students to take the CILS (Certificazione di Italiano come Lingua Straniera, Certification of Italian as a Foreign Language) level B1-B2 (Level B1 and B2 of the CEFR, Common European Frameworks of Reference) exams.
|IT 211||SECOND-YEAR ITALIAN||4|
|IT 212||SECOND-YEAR ITALIAN||4|
|IT 213||SECOND-YEAR ITALIAN||4|
IT211 is offered in Fall.
IT212 is offered in Winter.
IT213 is offered in Spring.
Listening & Speaking at the CILS Levels B1-B2 level
IT211, IT212, IT213
Reading at the CILS Levels B1-B2
IT211, IT212, IT213
Writing at the CILS Levels B1-B2
IT211, IT212, IT213
Transformative Education that is Accessible to All Learners
Significant and Visible Impact in Oregon and Beyond
A Culture of Belonging, Collaboration, and Innovation
2. Prepares students for using Italian in their field of study or interest to expand their knowledge and research.
3. Course design invites students from Oregon and beyond to learn and share diverse experiences and cultures via the course activities.
4. Course design includes collaborative works and other inclusive approaches to create a safe learning environment.
Memorandum of Understanding
MOU for Offering an Existing Academic Program at a Different Physical Campus
Program Coordination Requirements
OSU-Cascades leadership and the College Dean agree that there is sufficient coordination of the program between all campuses offering the program.
Both (all) campuses agree that the following individuals are appointed as the primary lead for program development coordination, unless otherwise notified of an alternate:
A major factor in continued excellence is the maintenance and refreshment of courses and the program. As part of maintenance, the College and any campus offering the program commit to the following:
Alternative Summative Assessment
Alternative Summative Assessments (ASA) are a substitution for the committee-driven oral exam present in most MA/MS degrees. The ASA should provide similar insights as the oral exam into the program and graduate learning outcomes.
Is the student assigned a traditional three-graduate-faculty member committee?
Are you proposing more than one CoreEd course in this form?
Is this a new OSU course?
Is this course part of a College of Science series?
Is this a Common Course Numbered (CCN) course?
Prerequisites and Restrictions
Faculty (Re)Designing The Course/s
In-person and Hybrid Courses
Ecampus and Other Locations