From:                                         Nicholson, Kimberly

Sent:                                           Monday, February 08, 2010 11:30 AM

To:                                               Graduate Curriculum Committee

Subject:                                     FW: Software Engineering proposal - submitted by KN on behalf of Dr. White




From: White, David
Sent: Monday, February 08, 2010 11:00 AM
To: Nicholson, Kimberly
Cc: Tabrizi, Nasseh; Placer, John; Dellana, Scott; Coltraine, Diane
Subject: FW: Software Engineering proposal


I approve the changes.


Thank you,



David M. White, Ed.D                   
Dean, College of Technology and Computer Science
Science and Technology Building, Suite 100
East Carolina University               phone  (252) 328-9604              
Greenville, NC   27858                 fax       (252) 328-4250

From: Nicholson, Kimberly
Sent: Monday, February 08, 2010 10:39 AM
To: Tabrizi, Nasseh
Cc: Dellana, Scott; Coltraine, Diane; Nicholson, Kimberly
Subject: FW: Software Engineering proposal


Dr. Tabrizi,


This is just a friendly reminder regarding the requested supporting documentation for your CSDI/SENG package presented at the 12-16-09 Graduate Curriculum Committee (GCC) meeting (see e-mail below).


An e-mail from Dr. Placer accepting the changes in your revised proposal was received in the GCC mailbox on 01-28-10.


To date, a communication from your college dean has not yet been received.


Once the requested information is received, your package will be placed for additional discussion on the next available GCC agenda as Old Business.


Most Sincerely,



Kimberly Nicholson

Public Communications Specialist

Academic Programs

East Carolina University





From: Dellana, Scott
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2010 9:14 AM
To: Tabrizi, Nasseh
Cc: Nicholson, Kimberly
Subject: Software Engineering proposal


Dr. Tabrizi,


At the January 20th GCC meeting the committee voted on approving the minutes of the Dec. 16th meeting at which you presented the proposal for two new concentrations in Software Engineering. However, the committee did not approve the part of the minutes that dealt with your proposal. Given the substantive change, they cited a need for evidence that the faculty and the dean were consulted on the matter of adding a fourth course to each concentration. Evidence could be in the form of a newly signed signature form or initials and dates on the original signature form. Another option is written communications (e.g., e-mails), accepting the changes, from the Computer Science Department Chair and the College Dean.  You may submit these documents/communications to Kimberly Nicholson via the GCC e-mail.


Thank You,


Scott Dellana

Chair, ECU Graduate Curriculum Committee