Agenda: AAC, March 26, 2013

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE of Erindale College Council meeting to be held on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at 11:10 a.m. in Room 3129, W. G. Davis Building.

All members are invited to a reception immediately following the meeting to celebrate the last meeting of the Academic Affairs Committee.
Please RSVP to council.utm@utoronto.ca as refreshments are planned.

AGENDA

1.  Minutes of the previous meeting (February 12, 2013)

2.  New Business:

a)         ICCIT Professional Development Skills Series – Tracey Bowen, Internship Coordinator & Lecturer, Communications, Culture and Information Technology  For Information

b)         Modification the Credit/No Credit Policy – Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Vice-dean Undergraduate,   For Approval

Cover Memorandum
Proposal


Be It Resolved,
THAT the Academic Affairs Committee approves the change in the Credit/No Credit Policy as it relates to academic offences, as described in the attached proposal, effective immediately.

c)         Adding an option to the Master of Management and Professional Accounting Program (MMPA) - Professor Amy Mullin, Vice-Principal Academic and Dean    For Approval

Cover Memorandum
Proposal

Be It Resolved,
THAT the Academic Affairs Committee recommend to Erindale College Council, the addition of the advanced standing 4 and 6 stream options into the Master of Management and Professional Accounting Program calendar copy, effective immediately.

3.  Reports of Committees and Officers:  Annual Reports to the Academic Affairs Committee for 2011-12

For Information

a) Research – Professor Ulli Krull, Vice-Principal Research

b) Committee On Standing – Ms. Michelle Daley, Assistant Registrar, Academic Standards and Petitions

c) Academic Appeals Board (AAB) – Professor Stuart Kamenetsky, Chair, Academic Appeals Board

d) Academic Discipline – Ms. Lucy Gaspini, Manager, Academic Integrity and Affairs

e) Library – Mr. Ian Whyte, Chief Librarian

f) Reviews of Academic units and programs – Professor Amy Mullin, Vice-Principal Academic and Dean

4. Adjournment