Review and Comment under Policy 3.32 College Faculty Credentialing

To:  Presidents, Provosts, Chief Academic Officers, Chief Student Affairs Officers, Human Resource Directors, MSCF State Leadership, MSCSA State Leadership

Date:  November 9, 2015

Subject:  Review and Comment under Policy 3.32 College Faculty Credentialing for

Proposed Development and/or Revision of Credential Fields and Minimum Qualifications

Please review the proposed revisions to credential fields and associated minimum qualifications in the following areas:

  • Education Aide and Child Care/Guidance/Education Occupations
  • Automotive Machinist
  • Food Service Management and Food Service Occupations
  • Building Utilities Mechanic
  • Construction Electrician
  • Electrical Linework
  • Electrical Maintenance and Repair
  • Interior Design
  • Carpentry

I request that you share this correspondence with faculty, administrators, student association leadership and other appropriate staff for review and comment.  All comments and suggestions are welcome from all constituent groups.

Additionally, so that we might review the feedback in a coordinated manner, I request that each chief academic officer submit a single summary response to this review and comment document representing the position of the college administration.  If we do not receive a response providing suggested changes or concerns for consideration, we will assume that the college is in agreement with the development of these credential fields and the associated minimum qualifications.

Please refer questions and submit responses by December 1, 2015 to:  Wendy McCance, Program Director, or phone  651-201-1768 or fax:  651-632-5018.

Thank you. A reminder that you can review all existing assigned fields, license fields, credential fields and minimum qualifications at College Faculty Credentialing.

Lynda Milne  | Associate Vice Chancellor for  Academic Affairs  |  Minnesota State Colleges & Universities  |  ofc 651-201-1887   |  text 651-237-2133

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