Recognition of Clarification Provided by Executive Order 1047, Extended Education and Self-Support Courses and Programs
ATTACHMENT TO AS-3124-13/AA (Rev)
RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate of the California State University (ASCSU) recognize the consolidation of existing policies related to Extended Education and Self-Support Courses and Programs in Executive Order 1047 as an effective strategy for clarification and communication of said policies to faculty and staff members at all campuses; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the ASCSU further recognize the importance of the clarification provided in definitions of supplanting (section 2.15) and supplementing (section 2.16) of Executive Order 1047 for CSU faculty and staff members utilizing Extended Education for course or program delivery and also support the use of supplementing to augment course and program delivery options through Extended Education; and be it further
RESOLVED: That the ASCSU distribute this resolution to the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, campus Presidents, campus Provosts, and campus Senate Chairs.
Executive Order 1047 (see attachment) is designed to consolidate a number of executive orders regarding self-support courses and programs, including those offered during winter intersessions and summer sessions. The consolidation of extant policies is viewed as a strategy that will enhance communication and provide important clarity for faculty members throughout the CSU.
Effective communication for faculty members with Extended Education courses is additionally provided in the section defining supplanting (section 2.15 of the Executive Order). "To supplant is to replace a state-supported course or program with a self-supported version. Supplanting is prohibited by Education Code § 89708." The definition of supplanting is contrasted to that of supplementing (Section 2.16 of the Executive Order 2.1). "Supplementing refers to...an existing state-support course or program, a self-support version may be offered."
Approved Unanimously – May 17, 2013