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 6492.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1975-76 was held on Wednesday, January 21, 1976 at 8.00 p.m. in
the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor D. F. Miller,
Dean J . H. M. Andrews, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dr. C S. Belshaw, Mr. Justice J.C.
Bouck, Dr. C B. Bourne, Dr. K. T. Brearley, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. W. L. Corscadden, Dr. J. D.
Dennison, Dr. P. J. Dooling, Mr. B. G. Dougherty, Mr. R. P. Dumont, Dr. B. A.
Dunell, Ms. B. Gene Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C V.
Finnegan, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Mr. F. K. H. Gagne, Dean J . A. F.
Gardner, Miss C V. Goulet, Dr. D. Haley, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. R. F. Kelly,
Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mr. B. A. Krasselt, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dr. P. A.
Lusztig, Dean A. J. McClean, Mrs. H. McCrae, Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Dr. C. A.
McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. C R. Moore, Dr. B. N.
Moyls, Dr. M. Pernarowski, Dr. M. E. Prang, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dean B. E.
Riedel, Dr. V. C Runeckles, Miss J . S. Ryan, Mr. J . M. Sehmer, Vice-President M,
Shaw, Dr. R. A. Shearer, Mr. A. F. Sheppard, Mr. C B. Sundeen, Mr. G. A.
Thorn, Dean G. M. Volkoff, Mr. R. M. Walls, Miss C L. V. Warren, Dean R. M.
Will, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal.
Observers:    Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers, Dr. W. A. Webber.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dean D. V.
Bates, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dean N. A. Hall, Mr. B. J. Higgins,
Dr. R. H. Hill, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dean S. W. Leung,
Mrs. N. B. Noble, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. T. R. Pascuzzo, Dr. R. F. Sharp,
Dr. M. J. A. Smith, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. M. Uprichard.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dr. Brearley     ) That the Minutes of the Fourth regular meeting
Dr. McGregor   ) of Senate for the Session 1975-76, having been
circulated be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 6493.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Business arising from the Minutes
Notices of motion
(i)        Notice of motion by Dr. Copp: -
"That the regulation that classes not be held on Thursdays between
12 . 30 p.m. and 2. 30 p.m . shall not apply to Graduate courses."
(ii)      Notice of motion by Dr. Gray: -
"That, henceforth, wherever a candidate for degree is recommended
to Senate who has not completed all of the major requirements, the
Senate shall be informed as to which requirements have been set
aside together with the reasons therefor."
(iii)     Discussion on granting baccalaureate degrees which do not involve
a period of residence.
Due to the absence of Dr. Copp and Dr. Gray it was agreed that the above
items would be placed on the agenda for the February 18,  1976 Senate meeting.
Standards  in  English
Dr. Belshaw raised a query concerning the recommendation of the Senate
ad hoc Committee on Standards in English outlined on pages 6468-9 of the Senate
minutes.    It was pointed out that there was no mention of Board approval of this
recommendation under the heading "From the Board of Governors" on pages 6478-9.
Vice-President Shaw explained that the estimated cost of implementing the
recommendation was not included in the budget estimates for the 1976-77 session
and that the Chairman of the committee and the Head of the Department of English
had been notified that the cost would be entered for consideration in the budget
estimates for the academic year 1977-78. 6494.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Committee on Prizes,   Scholarships and  Bursaries
Dean Riedel ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A'
Dr. Kitts       ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
1) Dr. Finnegan outlined current policy on the admission of students from
Grade 12.   He explained that screening of applicants whose cumulative
records were in the C to C+ range would be intensified.   He stated that the
Admissions Committee would be reporting to Senate from time to time on its
interpretation and enforcement of admissions policy.
2) Faculty of Medicine
A revised Calendar statement on admission to the Faculty of Medicine had
been reviewed by the committee and was circulated for information.
Dr. Finnegan explained that much of the revision was editorial.   A paragraph
concerning reapplication had been added informing students that candidates
who had already applied unsuccessfully for admission to the Faculty on three
previous occasions would not normally be accepted.
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Shearer presented the report.   He advised Senate that the committee had
attempted to obtain information on budgetary implications of new programs.   It
was the intention of the committee that this information be submitted to the Budget
Committee at the same time as the proposals were sent to the Board of Governors
in order that the President might be advised on the budgetary implications. 6495.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses and course changes
Dr. Kitts        ) recommended by the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences be approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer  ) That the proposal of the Department of Plant
Dr. Kitts        ) Science to offer a new program in Rangeland
Resources as recommended by the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses, course and program changes
Dean Finn      ) in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering,
Geological Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Metallurgy and Physics recommended by the
Faculty of Applied Science be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer ) That the Diploma in Film/Television Studies
Dean Will       ) recommended by the Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer ) That program changes for the major in Theatre
Dean Will       ) and the major in Film/Television Studies
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Will       ) Anthropology and Sociology, Classics, Creative
Writing, English, Fine Arts, Hispanic and
Italian Studies, History, Music, Psychology
and Slavonic Studies recommended by the
Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried 6496.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'B')    (continued)
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Will       ) English, Fine Arts, History, Linguistics,
Mathematics, Religious Studies and Theatre
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be
approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Will       ) English and a change in the requirements for
a Major for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be
approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to
Dean Will        ) offer new courses in German and a Diploma
in Translation through the Department of
German be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and  Business Administration    (See Appendix 'B')
Category B changes submitted by the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration are listed in Appendix 'B'.
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer       ) That course and curriculum changes
Dean Andrews   ) recommended by the Faculty of Education
be approved.
Carried
Dr. Shearer       ) That course changes recommended by the
Dean Andrews   ) Faculty of Education be approved.
Carried 6497.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix 'B')    (continued)
Dr. Shearer       )
Dean Andrews   )
Dr. Shearer       )
Dean Andrews   )
That the Diploma in English Education
(Elementary) recommended by the Faculty
of Education be approved.
Carried
That the proposal to reduce the unit value
from 24 to 18 for the Diploma in Counselling
recommended by the Faculty of Education be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Forestry    (See Appendix 'B')
Category B changes submitted by the Faculty of Forestry are listed
in Appendix 'B'.
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer )
Dr. Moyls     )
That course changes in Animal Science, Civil
Engineering, Geological Sciences, Commerce,
Plant Science, Biochemistry, Health Care &
Epidemiology, Classics, Mechanical Engineering,
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Economics, Education,
and Creative Writing, recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies be approved.
Dr. Shearer stated that the Faculty of Education had agreed to the
request of the committee that the unit value for Education 561 and 598 remain
(H-3).
The motion was put and carried. 6498.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies    (See Appendix 'B')    (continued)
Dr. Shearer ) That new courses and course changes in
Dr. Moyls      ) Animal Science, Asian Studies, Creative
Writing, Education, Fine Arts, French,
Geological Sciences, Geophysics and Astronomy,
Health Care & Epidemiology, Mechanical
Engineering, Community & Regional Planning
(excluding Planning 425), Plant Science and
Slavonic Studies, recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Medicine    (See Appendix 'B')
Approval of a new course INDE 402 was withheld pending consultations
with the Department of Psychology.   Category B changes for HC/E 475 were
submitted for information.
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences   (See Appendix'B')
Dr. Shearer  ) That a new course recommended by the Faculty
Dean Riedel   ) of Pharmaceutical Sciences be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Shearer    ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Volkoff  ) Biochemistry, Botany, Computer Science,
Geophysics and Astronomy, Mathematics,
Microbiology, Oceanography, Physics, and
Zoology recommended by the Faculty of
Science be approved.
Dr. Shearer informed Senate that the Department of Computer Science
had agreed to a statement being inserted in the Calendar noting that credit
may not be obtained for both Computer Science 115 and 118, and that
Computer Science 101 and 115 may not both be taken for credit. 6499.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Science   (See Appendix'B')    (continued)
The motion was put and carried.
Dr. Shearer    ) That new programs and program changes
Dean Volkoff  ) recommended by the Faculty of Science be
approved.
Carried
Agenda Committee
The following resolution was passed by Senate at its meeting of
November 12,  1975: -
"That Senate request the Provincial Government to make appropriate changes
to the Universities Act,  1974, to allow student senators and student Board
of Governors representatives to serve two-year terms so long as they remain
full-time students at U.B.C."
Subsequently the Alma Mater Society Student Council requested the Board
not to approve two-year terms for student representatives on the Board of
Governors.   The Agenda Committee therefore recommended that the resolution
passed at the meeting of November 12,  1975 be rescinded.
Dr. McGregor ) That the resolution to request the Provincial
Dean Riedel      ) Government to make appropriate changes to
the Universities Act,  1974, to allow student
senators and student Board of Governors
representatives to serve two-year terms so
long as they remain full-time students at
U.B.C. be rescinded.
Senate was informed that the A.M.S. had originally supported two-year
terms for student senators.   However, due to the approval of a new constitution 6500.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Agenda Committee   (continued)
whereby Senate and Board representatives would sit as voting members of the
Students' Representative Assembly (the Board of Directors of the A.M .S .) the
Student Council voted 10 to 8 to reject the two-year term.
It was the opinion of some student senators that the one-year term was not
long enough and in view of the fact that the Student Council was divided in its
support of the one-year term it was felt that the motion should not be rescinded
at this time.
Mr. Brousson   ) That the motion to rescind be tabled for one
Miss Warren      ) month or until there has been some discussion
with the A.M.S. Council.
Carried
Report on Registration   1975-76
The report on registration for 1975-76 was circulated for information.
Faculty of Education   (See Appendix 'B')
A list of extra-sessional credit course proposals was circulated for information.
Other  Business
Notices of motion
1.     Notice of motion by Mr. Funt: -
"That Senate recommend to the Board of Governors that an ad hoc committee
be established to investigate tenure at U.B.C. with specific attention directed
to the following:
(i)       the criteria used in granting tenure;
(ii)      the relative weights placed upon these criteria; and
(iii)     the methods utilized in ascertaining performance." 6501.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Other  Business
Notices of motion   (continued)
2. Notice of motion by Mr. Walls:-
"That Senate strike an ad hoc committee to examine the needs for, and make
specific recommendations concerning the implementation of a uniform procedure
for evaluating the effectiveness of Faculty members in teaching situations."
3. Notice of motion by Mr. Walls:-
"That Senate request the Curriculum Committee to examine the feasibility of
establishing a credit course in basic emergency Medicine which would be
available as an elective to students in all disciplines."
4. Notice of motion by Dr. Belshaw:-
"That the Senate Budget Committee be directed to report to Senate at least
once a year, and that it specifically include in such reports an account of
the financial provisions made by the Board to give effect to specific academic
decisions of Senate."
5. Notice of motion by Dr. Belshaw:-
"That prior to signature, proposed Union agreements be placed before the
Senate Budget Committee for advice on the implications for the academic
goals of the University and that existing arrangements be reviewed to
determine whether there are adverse effects on those academic goals."
Dr. Belshaw stated that in the event that Senate decided that the Senate
Budget Committee was not the appropriate body to deal with this matter he
would reserve the right to introduce the following motion: -
"That a standing Senate committee on the academic implications of financial
and administrative arrangements be struck to review and report to Senate
upon any matters coming under the purview of its title which are not the
primary responsibility of other Senate committees."
Christmas examination period
Attention was drawn to the statement of policy that forbids the holding of any
examination, formal or informal, during lecture periods in the two weeks preceding 6502.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Other Business
Christmas examination period   (continued)
the formally scheduled examinations.    It was stated that an examination for
Anthropology 200 was given on December 1.
It was agreed that this matter be referred to the Senate ad hoc Committee
on Examinations.
The meeting adjourned at 10.15 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
February 18, 1976.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6503.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The B.C.   Dentists'  Wives' Association Scholarships - In view of International
Women's Year, three scholarships of $100 each will be awarded to dental
hygiene students of high academic standing at the completion of their first
year of study.   The award will be made on the recommendation of the Director
of Dental Hygiene.
The John  L.   Catterall  Scholarship  in Classics - A scholarship in the amount
of approximately $350 will be awarded to a student who is completing second
year and who intends to read for honours in Classics, Greek or Latin.   The
award will be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of
Classics.
The Reubart-Rogers Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $100 will
be awarded annually to the most outstanding keyboard performance major
entering first year in the Department of Music.   The award will be made on
the recommendation of the Department.
Wm.  and Emily Ross Fund - This fund of the Vancouver Foundation provides
bursaries for physically handicapped students.
The Colin A.   Sands Memorial  Book Prize - A fund, established in memory
of Colin A. Sands by his friends and colleagues, provides an annual book
prize in the amount of about $50.   The award will be made to a student in
Anaesthesia on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of
Anaesthesiology.
The Adam F.  Szczawinski  Book Prize in  Botany - A book prize honouring
Dr. Adam F. Szczawinski has been made available by his friends and
colleagues.   Dr. Szczawinski was the first U.B.C. student to receive a Ph.D. in
the Department of Botany.  The award is made in recognition of Dr. Szczawinski's
special interst in mushrooms and his significant contribution to the botany of
the Province while Curator of Botany at the British Columbia Provincial
Museum from 1955 until his retirement in 1975.   The award will be made to
an undergraduate student of high academic standing in the field of mycology. 6504.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Gibb G.   Henderson Prize in Pharmaceutical  Sciences - This prize of
$100, donated by The College of Pharmacists of British Columbia, recognizes
the long and distinguished service to the profession of pharmacy, both as
a practitioner and as an Executive Officer of the College, of Mr. Gibb G.
Henderson.    It will be awarded to the student in the graduating class in
Pharmaceutical Sciences who has attained the highest standing in the
pharmacology courses.
The  Louise and Garfield Thomson Memorial Scholarship in Mathematics -
A scholarship in the amount of $200 will be available in the 1976/77 academic
year for a woman student in the Faculty of Science, majoring in mathematics.
The award has been made possible by donations from friends and relatives
of Louise and Garfield Thomson to the University Women's Club Trust Fund
for Education.   In making the award, the financial circumstances of the
applicant will be considered.
The  Louise and Garfield Thomson Memorial  Bursary in Medicine - A
bursary in the amount of $600 will be available in the 1976/77 academic year
for a woman student in the Faculty of Medicine.   The award has been made
possible by donations from friends and relatives of Louise and Garfield
Thomson to the University Women's Club Trust Fund for Education.   The
award will be made available on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine
to a woman in either the penultimate or the final year. 6505.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A   =   new courses or substantial changes
B  =  minor changes
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Mechanics
B     Changes AGME 300, 301, 401 - change in description
Animal Science
A      New courses
B      Changes
Food Science
ANSC 416 (H)      Equine Biology,   Health and  Nutrition
ANSC 424 (li)     Animal  Interactions and Rangelands
ANSC 313 - change in prerequisite
ANSC 421 - change in description
B     Change
Plant Science
FOOD 412 - change in hours
A      New courses
B     Changes
PLNT  199 (3)        Introduction to Landscape Technology
PLNT 404 (H)     Ecology and Management of North
American Range Plant Communities
PLNT 405 (H)     Rangeland Systems
PLNT 411  (H)     Small  Fruit Culture
PLNT 412  (H)     Tree Fruit Production
PLNT 404 - change in number and title;  now reads:
PLNT 304 (H) Introduction to Range Management
PLNT 405 - change in number;  now reads:
PLNT 305 (H) Forage and Turf
PLNT 320 - change in title and description; now reads:
PLNT 320 (li) Field Studies and Practices  in
Agronomy,   Horticulture,  Crop
Protection or Range Science
PLNT 313 - change in prerequisite
Landscape Horticulture Honours Program
First and Second Years
- change in description 6506.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Plant Science   (continued)
A     New program
Poultry Science
A     Changes
A     Deletion
B     Changes
Soil Science
B     Changes
Rangeland Resources - Third and Fourth Years
Plant Science 304, 305, 320, 404, 405, Animal Science 322,
421, 424, Soil Science 416, Geography 370 or Forestry 442,
electives 7i or 13i
POUL 306 - split into two courses; now reads:
POUL 307 (H) Experimental  Embryology  I
POUL 308  (H) Experimental  Embryology II
POUL 306
Poultry Science Honours Requirements
Third and Fourth Years
- change in description
Poultry Science Majors Requirements
Third and Fourth Years
- change in description
POUL 313 - change in prerequisites
SOIL   300 - change in title and description; now reads:
SOIL 300 (H) Soil  in Man's Environment
SOIL   301 - change in title and description; now reads:
SOIL 301  (H) Soils in Natural  Resource
Management
SOIL   314 - change in description
SOIL   404 - change in description
Agricultural Sciences
B      Change
Requirement for the  B.Sc.    (Agr.)   degree
Third Year
change in the Plant Science 321 requirement 6507.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Chemical  Engineering
A      Deletion
Civil  Engineering
A      New course
B     Changes
CHML 350 (3)   Unit Operations and  Heat and Mass
Transfer
CIVL   481  (2)   Urban Engineering
CIVL   471 - change in title and description to read:
CIVL 471   (1) Traffic Engineering  I
CIVL   515 - change in number to 492
Geological  Engineering
B     Change
Third Year Geological  Engineering
Rephrase the Third Year requirement to read:
"Electives to bring course total to approximately
26 hours per week, selected in consultation with
the Program Director, Geological Engineering".
Mechanical  Engineering
New courses
Deletion
B      Changes
Metallurgy
A     Change
MECH 460 (1)   Fluid Power Engineering
MECH 474 (1)   Solar Energy Utilization
MECH 477 (1)   Nuclear Energy Conversion
MECH 367
MECH 363, 398, 458, 491, 498 - change in description
Revised Third Year Metallurgical Engineering Curriculum
as follows  (effective 1976/77):
(a) Delete from the core courses: CHML 350, METY 351,
METY 371
(b) Add to the core courses: METY 360, METY 378
(c) Change list of elective courses.   This involves
basically an increase in the elective component
from 2 to approximately 4 units depending on
the courses elected. 6508.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metallurgy
A     Change   (continued)
Revised Fourth Year Metallurgical Engineering
Curriculum as follows (effective 1977/78):
(a) Delete from the core courses: METY 451, 452,
453,  455, 471,  474
(b) Add to core courses: METY 495, 499
(c) Change list of electives.   This involves basically
an increase in the elective component from 6 units
to 14 units.
Course and Curriculum Changes for the  1976/77 Session
New courses
METY 360 (1)
METY 374 (H)
METY 378  (1)
Heat Transfer
Deformation Processes
Diffusion and Phase Transformation
B      Changes
Deletions
METY 350 - unit value reduced from  (2) to (H)
METY 352 - change in unit value and title to read:
METY 352  (2i) Process Metallurgy
METY 353 - change in title and description to read:
METY 353 (1)    Material and Heat Balances
METY 370 - change in unit value and title to read:
METY 370 (1)    Structure of Metals
METY 376 - change in title and hours to read:
METY 376 (2)    Structure and Properties of Steel
(3-3*-0; 0-0-0)
METY 382 - change in hours from
(2-3-0;0-0-0) to (0-0-0; 2-3-0)
METY 390 - reduction in unit value from  (1) to (i)
METY 398 - reduction in unit value from (2) to (1)
METY 351, 371, 377, 383
Course and Curriculum Changes for the  1977/78 Session
New courses
METY 464(1) Energy and  Fuels
METY 466 (1) Metallurgical  Engineering Economics
METY 475 (2) Fabrication of Metals
METY 488 (1) Dislocation Theory 6509.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metallurgy
Course and Curriculum Changes for the  1977/78 Session    (continued)
A     Changes
A     New courses
B     Changes
A     Deletions
Physics
A     Deletions
B     Change
METY 470 - change in unit value, title and description
to read:   METY 470 (1)   Engineering Alloys
METY 472 - change in unit value, title and description
to read:   METY 472 (H) Welding and Joining
METY 468  (1)
METY 476  (1)
METY 484 (H)
METY 495  (H)
Thermodynamics Problems
Casting and Solidification
Ceramic Processing
Metallurgical  Laboratory
METY 450 - change in description and lecture hours from
(2-0-0;2-0-0) to (3-0-2; 0-0-0)
METY 452 - to be split into two 1-term courses:
METY 452  (1)   Iron and Steelmaking
METY 454 (1)   Reactive Metal  Processing
METY 455 - change in number to 499
METY 458 - change in number to 456
METY 458 - new title - METY 458  (1)   Hydrometallurgy
METY 460 - split into two 1-term courses:
METY 460 (1)   Mass Transfer
METY 462  (1)   Process Modelling
METY 461 - change in number to 486
METY 474 - change in unit value, title and description
to read:    METY 474 (1)   Mechanical Working
METY 482 - unit value reduced from  (2) to (H);  change
in description
METY 490 - unit value reduced from  (1) to (i)
METY 498 - unit value reduced from  (2) to (1)
METY 451,  453,  471
PHYS 250 and 253
Fourth Year Engineering Physics Metallurgical Option
METY 370, 373, 470 will be replaced by:
METY 370,  374,  376,  378 6510.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology & Sociology
B     Changes
ANTH 325 - change in title and description; now reads:
ANTH 325 (3)   Introduction to Physical
Anthropology
SOCI   260 - change in title;  now reads:
SOCI   260 (3)   Introduction to Sociological Theory
and Research:   Qualitative
Classics
B     Changes
Creative Writing
B     Changes
GREK 305 - change in number; now reads:
GREK 405 (3)   Epic Poetry
GREK 306 - change in number; now reads:
GREK 408 (3)   Greek Historians
GREK 309 - change in number; now reads:
GREK 409 (3)   Greek Oratory
CRWR 301, 405, 407, 408, 409, 410, 495, 496, 497, 498
- change in hours
CRWR 406 - change in title and hours;  now reads:
CRWR 406 (3)   Writing of Drama for Screen and
Television
English
B      Changes
Numbers
ENGL 202
ENGL 205
ENGL 315
ENGL 335
ENGL 308
ENGL 411
ENGL 412
ENGL 352
ENGL 309
ENGL 320
ENGL 329
ENGL 354
ENGL 440
ENGL 442
ENGL 470
changed as follows:
- ENGL 201
- ENGL 202
- ENGL 311
- ENGL 313
- ENGL 320
- ENGL 322
- ENGL 323
- ENGL 325
- ENGL 329
- ENGL 331
- ENGL 332
- ENGL 350
- ENGL 420
- ENGL 421
- ENGL 440 6511
APPENDIX  'B'
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
English
B     Changes   (continued)
New courses
ENGL 429 - change in number and title;  now reads:
ENGL 410 (3)   Contemporary British  Literature
ENGL 420 - change in number and title;  now reads:
ENGL 400 (3)   Early Modern  British  Literature
ENGL 355 - change in unit value
ENGL 375 - change in unit value
ENGL 204 - change in unit value
ENGL 325 - change in number and unit value; now reads:
ENGL 335 (H~3)   Studies  in Major Authors
ENGL 350 - change in number and unit value;  now reads:
ENGL 340 (H-3)   Old  English
ENGL 452 - change in number, title, hours and unit value;
now reads:
ENGL 431   (H)   American  Poetry to  1900
ENGL 452G - change in number, title, hours and unit
value;  now reads:
ENGL 432 (H)   American Poetry of the Twentieth
Century
ENGL 452 - change in number and title;  now reads:
ENGL 435 (H)   American Fiction  in the Twentieth
Century
ENGL 450 and 451 - change in number, title and
description;  now reads:
ENGL 430 (3)   A Survey of American  Literatures
ENGL 371 - change in title, units, description and hours;
now reads:
ENGL 371  (H)   Poetry of the Earlier Seventeenth
Century
ENGL 367 - change in description and units
ENGL 366 - change in title, units, description and hours;
now reads:
ENGL 366 (H)   Studies  in Shakespeare
ENGL 321 - change in number, title and units;  now reads:
ENGL 312 (H-3)   Studies  in  Poetry
ENGL 206 - change in title, units, description and hours;
now reads:
ENGL 206 (li)   Introduction to Drama
ENGL 205  (H)
ENGL 207 (H)
Introduction to Poetry
Introduction to the Novel
ENGL 314 (H-3) Studies  in Fiction 6512.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum
Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
English
A      New courses    (continued)
ENGL 315
(H-3)
Studies in  Non-Fictional Prose
ENGL 316
(H)
Studies in  Literature and the other Arts
ENGL 317
(H)
Studies in Comparative Aspects
of English
ENGL 318
di)
Children's  Literature
ENGL 319
(H-3) Studies  in the Intellectual  Backgrounds
of Literature
ENGL 326
di)
Studies  in the English  Language
ENGL 336
di)
Studies in Criticism,  Rhetoric and
Bibliography
ENGL 345
(H)
Old English
ENGL 351
(H)
English Poetry from the Norman
Conquest to  1500
ENGL 353
di)
Early English  Drama
ENGL 361
(H)
Poetry of the Age of Elizabeth
ENGL 373
(H)
Restoration and  Eighteenth-Century
Drama
ENGL 381
di)
Poetry of the Age of Dryden and Pope
ENGL 382
(H)
Poetry of the Middle and  Late
Eighteenth Century
ENGL 384
(H)
The English Novel  in the Eighteenth
Century
ENGL 394
(H)
The Victorian  Novel
ENGL 403
di)
Modern British Drama
ENGL 404
di)
The Modern  British  Novel
ENGL 411
di)
Twentieth-Century British Poetry
ENGL 413
di)
Contemporary British Drama
ENGL 414
(H)
Contemporary British  Novel
ENGL 426
di)
Studies in Canadian  Literature
ENGL 429
(H-3)
Backgrounds of Canadian  Literature
ENGL 433
(H)
American  Drama
ENGL 434
di)
American Fiction to  1900
ENGL 436
(H-3) Studies in American  Literature
ENGL 446
(H)
Studies in  Literatures of the
Commonwealth
ENGL 450
ENGL 490
(3)
di)
A Critical History of English  Literature
Introduction to Methods of Literary
Research
Deletions
ENGL  201, 300,  305,  311,  316,  340,  341,  385,  393, 425,
451,  452 6513.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
English    (continued)
A     Changes
Fine Arts
B     Changes
ENGL 331 - change in number, title and description;
now reads:
ENGL 363  (3)   Tudor and Stuart Drama
ENGL 441 - change in number, title and description;
now reads:
ENGL 424 (3)   Canadian  Fiction
ENGL 300 - change in number, title and description;
now reads:
ENGL 330 (H-3)   Practical Criticism
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
Major   -   change to read as follows:
First and Second Years
English 100 or Arts I
3 units of second-year courses in English Literature
Third and  Fourth Years
At least 15 units in English courses numbered 304 and above
The student must complete a minimum of H units in each
of five of the following seven categories:
1. Mediaeval English Literature (including Chaucer)
2. Sixteenth Century (including Shakespeare)
3. Seventeenth Century (including Milton)
4. Eighteenth Century
5. Nineteenth Century
6. Twentieth Century British, Canadian Literature,
American Literature, Commonwealth Literatures
7. English Language, Criticism, Bibliography
FINA 327 - cross listed; also listed as RELG 300
FINA 359 - cross listed with RELG 341
FINA 333 - change in description and units
FINA 331 - change in description
FINA 335, 337, 339, 347, 351, 353, 355, 365, 367, 429, 431,
433, 435, 437, 439, 451, 453, 455, 461, 463, 465
- change in units to (3)
German
A      New courses
GERM 424 (H)
GERM 425 (3)
Translation Seminar
Advanced Translation:   German to English APPENDIX  'B'
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
German
6514.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
A      New courses    (continued)
A      New program
GERM 426  (3)
GERM 427 (H)
GERM 429  (3)
Advanced Translation:   English to
German
Special Problems in Translation
Translation Project
Diploma in Translation
Prerequisites: A Bachelor's degree including GERM 323
(or equivalent);  a reading knowledge of French.
Course of Study
The program consists of fifteen units of work which may
be completed in one year of full-time study.
GERM 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 429.
With the permission of the German Department Linguistics
425, Creative Writing 415 or 495 may be taken in lieu of
3 units of the above courses.
Hispanic & Italian Studies
A      New courses
A      Deletion
B     Changes
History
A     Deletion
B     Changes
Linguistics
A      New course
ITAL 120 (3) First-Year  Italian
ITAL 220  (3) Second-Year  Italian
ITAL 223 (3) Advanced Conversation
ITAL 100 - change in description and hours
ITAL 200 - change in hours
SPAN 100 - change in hours
SPAN 110 - change in hours
HIST 311   (3) Expansion of Europe - Southeast
Asia and the Pacific Area
HIST 305 - change in title;  now reads:
HIST 305 (3)   The Expansion of Europe
HIST 331 - change in title; now reads:
HIST 331  (3)   The Political  History of Early
Modern  Europe
LING 310 (H)       Phonetics Practicum 6515.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS    (continued)
Mathematics
B     Changes
Degree Studies - amend List A to include MATH 100,
101,  105,  130
Degree Studies - amend List B to include MATH 200,
201, 202, 205, 220,  221,  315
Recommendation:
If the changes in Mathematics are
approved, some changes will be
made in Mathematics requirements
in Economics, Geography, Psychology
and Home Economics.   For the B.Sc.
degree in Geography and Psychology,
this has already been done.
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
Major   -   substitute the following:
Mathematics 100, 101, 200, 220, 221, 315 and an
additional 16i units of Mathematics, to be chosen
from 201, 205, and courses numbered 300 or above.
Although the student is advised to take Mathematics
100, 101, in his first year, and 200, 220, 221, 315 in
his second year, it is possible to delay some of these
courses until later.   Students planning to take both 305
and 405 should take 205 in their second year.   Students
are advised to take Computer Science 115 (or an equivalent
course) in first or second year.   Since the program does
not give explicit year-by-year outlines, students are
advised to take special care that they are meeting faculty
and university requirements.   The departmental adviser
should be consulted each year.
Honours
Mathematics 100,  101, 200, 220, 221, 315.   Mathematics
320, and 19i additional units of Mathematics, of which at
least 6 must be from 300, 316, 321, 322, 345; and at least
9 from 400, 406, 418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426.
Students are advised to take Computer Science 115 (or an
equivalent course)* in first or second year.   Those students
intending to do graduate work in Mathematics should take
at least two of 400, 420, 421, 422.
* In the 1976/77 session, Mathematics credit will be given
for Computer Science 402. 6516.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS    (continued)
Music
B     Change
Psychology
B     Change
A     Change
Religious Studies
B      Changes
MUSC 428 - change in title and description;  now reads:
MUSC 428  (3)   Area Studies  in Ethnic Music
PSYC 312 - change in description
PSYC 404 - change in number, title and description;
now reads:
PSYC 306 (3)   Principles of Animal  Behaviour
RELG 341 - change in description
RELG 327 - cross listed with FINA 333
RELG 326 - cross listed with FINA 331
Slavonic Studies
A      New courses
B     Changes
SLAV 206 (H-3) Major Russian Writers  in Translation
SLAV 308 (H-3) Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in Translation
SLAV 306 - change in description
SLAV 307 - change in description and unit value
Theatre
A     New course
A      New program
THTR 233  (H)     Principles of Film and Television
Production
DIPLOMA  IN  FILM/TELEVISION STUDIES
Requirements for the Diploma in Film/Television Studies
1. Applicants must have completed a Bachelor's degree
program in Arts, Sciences, or Commerce.
2. The program will take two years of study.   No longer
than five years should elapse between initial enrolment
in the program and attaining the diploma.
3. Eighteen  (18) units of course work are required as
follows:
First Year
Theatre 230
Theatre 330
Theatre 333
Second Year
Theatre 431
Theatre 433
Theatre 334 6517.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Theatre
A      New program
B      Program change
DIPLOMA IN  FILM/TELEVISION STUDIES
Requirements for the Diploma in Film/Television Studies
(continued)
4.   Enrolment in the program will be limited and
preference will be given to students with strong
evidence of creative ability, either in film/television,
or in one of the other fine arts.
The Department offers programs of study that lead to
the degrees of Ph. D., M . A., M . F. A., and B.A.
Two streams of study are offered within the Department
of Theatre:
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
Major
1. In Theatre
(See current calendar copy)
2. In Film and Television:
First and Second Years
Theatre 230
Third and Fourth Years
Theatre 330, 333, 431, and 433
Theatre 334 or 434
Three units chosen from: Theatre 310, 320, 350,
400,  405,  410, 450 or 455.
Students should note the special requirements for
entering certain courses within the Department, with
special attention to Theatre 333 and to prerequisites.
Students not qualified to enrol in the Theatre 333
course should be prepared to enrol in the Theatre
concentration or in another field of study of interest.
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
B     Change
COMM 471 - change in description 6518.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION    (continued)
B      Program change THIRD YEAR FINANCE-OPTION 4
Commerce 322, 331, 371
3 units from Commerce 374, 376, 378 or 379
9 units of electives (not to include Economics 345)
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Elementary Division
A      New program Diploma  in  English Education    (Elementary)
An in-service program designed to help teachers of
Language Arts in the elementary school who are
constructing curricula, or who wish to extend their
knowledge of methods of teaching the various aspects
of verbal communication.
Admission is based on a B. Ed. degree or a Bachelor's
degree plus teacher-certification; a minimum of one
year's teaching experience is also required.
The diploma program requires a minimum of 15 units at
the 300 or 400 level.  Each student will plan, in consultation
with an advisor, a program suited to his needs.  Atypical
program would consist of (a) Ed. 480 (to include remediation in grammar, usage and composition);   (b) 6 units
chosen from Education 340, 341, 389, 414, 416, 449, 476,
478, 486, 487, 489;   (c) 6 units of professional or academic
electives including courses in Creative Writing, English,
Linguistics and Theatre.
Where a student has obtained credit for required courses
before entering the diploma program, additional courses
must be substituted to complete the minimum requirements.
All or part of the diploma program may be acceptable
toward the qualifying year required of B.Ed.   (Elementary)
graduates who wish to enter a Master's program in English
Education.
A     New courses EDUC 406 (H)      Educational  Intervention for Atypical
Infants and Children
EDUC 448 (U)      The Education of Children with
Multiple Handicaps 6519.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
A      New courses   (continued)
EDUC 473 (li)     Materials of Reading  Instruction
EDUC 490 (H-3) Special Studies  in  Elementary
Education
A     Changes EDUC 403 - addition of prerequisite
EDUC 408 - split into two courses;  now reads:
EDUC 313 (H)   Introduction to Teaching the
Gifted and Creative
EDUC 408 (li)   Programming for the Gifted
and Creative
EDUC 417 - change in units and prerequisite;  now reads:
EDUC 417 (li)   Educating the Slow  Learner
EDUC 421 - split into two courses; now reads:
EDUC 314 (1i)   Introduction to the Education
of the Visually Impaired
EDUC 421  (1i)   Provisions in the Education of
the Visually Handicapped
EDUC 424 - split into two courses;  now reads:
EDUC 315 (H)   Introduction to the Acquisition
of Language in  Exceptional
Children
EDUC 424 (U)   The Stimulation of Language
Development in  Exceptional
Children
EDUC 437 - change in units and addition of prerequisite;
now reads:
EDUC 437 (li)   Teaching Maladjusted Children
Diploma in Education of Young Children - units
increased to 15
B     Changes EDUC 331 - change in description
EDUC 336 - change in title;  now reads:
EDUC 336 (3)   Modern Theories of Early
Childhood  Education
Science Education -      Major
First and Second Year more
clearly defined 6520.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Elementary Division
B     Changes    (continued)
ENGL 311 - course transferred from English Department;
now reads:
EDUC 341   (3)   The Teaching of Children's
Literature
EDUC 419 - change in title and description; now reads:
EDUC 419 (1i) Introduction to Speech and
Communication  Disorders  in
Children
EDUC 471 - change in prerequisite;  now reads:
EDUC 471  (3)   Diagnosis and Remediation  in
Elementary School  Mathematics
Prerequisite:   At least one year of
full-time teaching experience in
elementary school.   Students with
other relevant teaching experience
may be admitted by permission of
instructor.
EDUC 478 - change in title and prerequisites;  now reads:
EDUC 478 (3)   Introduction to Teaching  English
as a Second  Language
A     Change Diploma in Counselling - change in units from 24 to 18.
Secondary Division
A     Changes EDUC 472 - change in title and description; now reads:
EDUC 472 (H) Reading in the Secondary School
Classroom:   Practical  Implications
EDUC 474 - change in title and description;  now reads:
EDUC 474 (H) Reading  in the Secondary School
Classroom:   Theoretical  Principles
EDUC 377 - to be expanded into 376 and 377;  now reads:
EDUC 376 (H) Systems - Data Processing  I
EDUC 377 (H) Systems - Data Processing  II
EDUC 418 - split into two courses;  now reads:
EDUC 318 (H) Education of the Handicapped
Adolescent
EDUC 418 (H) Career and Alternative Educational
Programs for the Handicapped 6521.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Secondary Division   (continued)
B     Changes EDUC 426 - change in units;  now reads:
EDUC 426 (3)   The Role of the Teacher  in
Guidance
EDUC 433 - change in units;  now reads:
EDUC 433 (H-3) The Personal and Social
Development of the Adult
EDUC 485 - added to list of Mathematics Education electives
Elementary and Secondary Divisions
A      New courses ARTE 441  (3)       Art Education Theory and Research
ARTE 442 (3)       Teaching Sculpture in the Public
Schools
MUED 405 (3)       Electronic Music in the Classroom
EDUC 340 (H)     Using Canadian Literature in the
Classroom
A      Changes EDUC 431 - split into two courses;  now reads:
EDUC 316 (H)      Specific  Learning  Disabilities
EDUC 431   (1i)      Programming for Children with
Specific  Learning Disabilities
EDUC 434 - change in title and units;  now reads:
EDUC 434 (H-3) Precision Teaching and
Behaviour Management
B     Change EDUC 407 - change in number and units;  now reads:
EDUC 312 (H)      Introduction to the Study of
Exceptional Children
FACULTY OF  FORESTRY
B     Changes FRST 463 (3)        Forest Transportation Systems
- add FRST 363 as prerequisite
FRST 431   (H)      Sampling Methods
- delete FRST 430 as prerequisite
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Animal Science
B     Change ANSC 513 - change in title and description;  now reads:
ANSC 513 (3)   Applications of Quantitative Genetics 6522.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Animal Science   (continued)
A      New course ANSC 533 (H)     Wildlife Behaviour and  Evolution
Asian Studies
A      New course
Biochemistry
B      Change
Civil Engineering
B      Changes
Classics
B     Changes
ASIA   570 (H-3) Approaches to Asian  Literature
BIOC   500 - change in number to 404
CIVL   515 - change in number to 492
CIVL   558 - change in title;  now reads:
CIVL 558  (1)   Water Resources Seminar
CIVL   585 - change in title and description; now reads:
CIVL 585 (1)   Traffic Engineering  II
CIVL   587 - prerequisite deleted
GREK 521, 525, 530, 535, 540, 545 - change in unit
value from  (3) to (H~3)
LATN 521, 525, 530, 535, 540, 545 - change in unit
value from  (3) to (H-3)
Commerce £ Business Administration
B     Changes
COMM 513 - change in description only
COMM 571 - change in description only
COMM 572 - change in title and description to read:
COMM 572 (H) Advanced Theory and Quantitative
Techniques in Corporate Finance
COMM 580 - change in number to 510
Community & Regional  Planning
New courses
PLAN  509 (li)     Planning Theory
PLAN  515 (H)     History of Urban Planning
PLAN 548 (H)     Current Issues in Planning 6523.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Community S Regional  Planning    (continued)
A     Change
Creative Writing
A      New courses
B     Changes
Economics
A     Change
B      Changes
A      New course
A     Deletions
Education
A      New courses
B     Changes
* PLAN  425 - change in title and description;  now reads:
PLAN 425 (H)   Urban Planning
* Approval of PLAN 425 withheld
CRWR 504 (3)   Advanced Writing of Drama for Radio
CRWR 505 (3)   Advanced Writing of Non-fiction  Prose
CRWR 508 (3)   Advanced Writing of the Novella or Novel
CRWR 506 - change in title;  now reads:
CRWR 506 (3)   Advanced Writing of Drama for
Screen and Television
CRWR 509 - change in title;  now reads:
CRWR 509 (3)   Advanced Writing of Short Fiction
CRWR 547 - change in description and unit value from
(1-4) to (3)
ECON 615 - change in number and unit value to:
ECON 515 (H~3)   Special Topics in  Economics
Theory
ECON 629 - change in number to 529
ECON 653 - change in number to 553
ECON 690 (1-3)   Workshops  in  Economics
Deletions:    641, 642, 645, 652, 654, 655, 660, 661, 670
EDUC 505 (H~3) Special Topics  in Human  Development
and Instruction
EDUC 515 (H)      Seminar on the Education of Children
with Behaviour Disorders
EDUC 508 - change in unit value, title and description
to read:
EDUC 508 (H-6) Review of Research  in Educational
Methods 6524.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  GRADUATE  STUDIES
Education
B     Changes   (continued)
EDUC 585 - change in title to read:
EDUC 585 (3) Advanced  Seminar on  Research
in Early Childhood Education
Education 559 (H) Administration of Post-Secondary  Institutions - to be
given on an overload basis by the Centre for Continuing Education
Fine Arts
A      New courses FINA   531  (3)       Studies  in  Early Medieval Art
FINA   561  (3)       Studies in the Indigenous Arts of
the Americas
French
A      New course FREN 521  (H-3) Studies  in   Literatures of the
French-speaking World
Geological Sciences
A      New course GEOL 516 (H)     Problems in Carbonate Geology
B     Changes GEOL 536 - change in unit value from  (3) to (H)
GEOL 552  (H) and 562  (H) - hours per week deleted
from calendar entry to allow greater flexibility
Geophysics & Astronomy
A      New course GEOP 516 (1-2)   Theoretical Glaciology
Health Care & Epidemiology
A      New course HCEP 512  (3)       Health Services Clerkship
B     Change HCEP 505 - change in title to read:
HCEP 505 (H)   Hospital  Project
Mechanical Engineering
A      New courses MECH 501  (H)     Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
MECH 502  (H)      Fluid Mechanics   (Graduate Core Course)
MECH 503  (H)      Solid Mechanics   (Graduate Core Course) 6525.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Mechanical Engineering
A      New courses   (continued)
Deletions
MECH 504 (H)     Design,   Industrial  Engineering
(Graduate Core Course)
MECH 578 (1)       Thermal and  Hydraulic Design of
Reactor Cores
MECH 553 and 554
B     Change MECH 569 - change in units from  (2) to (1 or 2)
Pharmaceutical Sciences
B     Changes
Plant Science
A      New course
B      Change
Slavonic Studies
A      New course
B     Change
PHAR 510 - change in unit value from (1) to (1-3)
PHAR 511 - change in unit value from (1) to (1-2)
PLNT 532 (1i)     Advanced  Insect Physiology
PLNT  532  (old) - number changed to 534
RUSS  501  (H-3)   Seminar in Criticism
RUSS  501 - change in units and title;  now to read:
RUSS 500 (H-3)   Studies  in  Bibliography
A     New course SLAV 545 (H-3)   Directed Studies
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
A      New course
B     Changes
* INDE   402  (H)      Behavioural  Sciences  in Medical
Practice
* Approval of this course withheld
HC/E   475 - change in number and description, now:
HC/E 452   Health Care
HC/E  475 (new) to read:
HC/E 457 (H-3)   Health Care 6526.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
A      New course
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry
A      New courses
B      Changes
A      Program changes
Majors
First Year:
Second Year:
Third Year:
Fourth Year:
Honours
First Year:
Second Year:
Third Year:
Fourth Year:
PHAR 417 (2)   Clinical  Pharmaceutics of Dermatologic
and Ophthalmic Products
BIOC   403 (li)     Enzymology
BIOC   448 (li)     Directed Studies  in  Biochemistry
BIOC   500 - change in number and description;  now reads:
BIOC 404 (1)   Biochemical Methods
Changes resulting from changes in Mathematics courses.
A more rigorous course in Organic Chemistry will be
required  (Chemistry 203 instead of Chemistry 230) .
Microbiology 200 will be required instead of recommended.
No changes.
Physiology 301 will be required in place of Zoology 307
(H units) since we think a 3 unit lecture course will be
of greatest benefit to the student.   Zoology 308 will remain
as an elective.   Biochemistry 402 and 403 will be required.
Changes resulting from changes in Mathematics courses.
Microbiology 200 will now be required.
Chemistry 313 will be required in the third year.
Chemistry 303 will be taken in the Fourth Year instead
of Third Year.   Biology 334 will be required .
Chemistry 303 will be taken in the Fourth Year and
Chemistry 403 and 422 deleted since similar material
will have been taken in Chemistry 313.   Physiology 301 wil
be required as will Biochemistry 403.   Biochemistry 500
has been renumbered to Biochemistry 404.   The requirement of Biochemistry 430 will be deleted. 6527.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Biology
B      Major and  Honours Programs
Changes resulting from changes in Computer Science and Mathematics
course offerings.
Botany
A     New BOTA 312 (3)   Plants of British Columbia and their
Environment
B     Changes BOTA 410 - change in description only
Major and  Honours Programs
First Year Mathematics requirements are changed from MATH 100 and 121
to MATH 100 and 101, because of change in Mathematics offerings.
Chemistry
A     Changes Honours Chemistry:
Change first year mathematics requirement from
Mathematics 100 and 121  (3) to Mathematics 100 and 101 (3)
Change second year mathematics requirement from
Mathematics 200 and 221  (4) to Mathematics 200 and 221 (3)
and change "Optional additional elective" from (2) to (3)
units.
Major Chemistry:
Change first year mathematics requirement from
Mathematics 100 and 121   (3) to Mathematics 100 and 101  (3)
Change second year mathematics requirement from
Mathematics 200 and 221  (4) to Mathematics 200 and 221  (3)
and change "Additional units" from  (2) to (3) .
Changes were made necessary by changes in Mathematics course offerings.
- Combined  Biology and Chemistry Honours
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics and Biochemistry courses.
- Combined Chemistry and Mathematics Honours
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics course offerings.
- Combined Chemistry and  Physics Honours
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics and Physics course
offerings. 6528.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Computer Science
Change
New
A     Deletions
B     Changes
A     Changes
CPSC 201 - change in number, title and description;
now reads:
CPSC 101  (li)   Introduction to FORTRAN
Programming
CPSC 115 (3) Principles of Computer Programming
CPSC 118 (H) Principles of Computer Programming
CPSC 215 (3) Computer Program Design  I
CPSC 315 (3) Computer Program  Design  II
CPSC  210, 213 and 310
Changes in prerequisites for the following courses
were made necessary because of the changes in
Mathematics and/or Computer Science courses 302, 311,
312,  313, 320,  321,  404, 405,  406, 410,  411,  420, 422.
Major
First Year
Computer Science 115+ (3)
Mathematics 100,  101 (3)
Physics 110, 115 or 120 (3)
Chemistry 110 or 120 (3)
English 100 (3)
Second Year
Computer Science 215
Mathematics 205, 221
Other Mathematics
Electives
(15)
(3)
(3)
(H)
(7i)
"(15)
+  Computer Science 118 (H) and a H unit elective can be
substituted by those eligible for Computer Science 118.
Special arrangements may be made for students who did
not take Computer Science 115 or 118 in first year.   Such
arrangements may limit choice of 400-level courses.
Third and Fourth Years
Computer Science 315
* Other Computer Science courses
numbered 300 or higher
* Further Computer Science courses
numbered 400 or higher
+ Mathematics courses numbered
300 or higher
** Electives
(3)
(6)
(6)
(6)
(9)
(30) 6529.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computer Science
A     Changes
A     Changes
Major   (continued)
Mathematics courses in linear algebra, probability,
differential equations, and statistics are recommended.
For Major students, it is recommended that at least two
of the optional Computer Science courses be chosen
from application areas (e.g. Computer Science 302,
402, 404, 405, 406).
One or two appropriate courses from other fields of
possible computer applications are suggested, as is E.E. 256.
Honours
First Year
Same as Majors program
Second Year
Computer Science 215
(3)
Mathematics 200, 205,
220, 221
(6)
Electives
(6)
(15)
Third and Fourth Years
Computer Science 302, 315,
320, 321
Computer Science 420, 421
Other Computer Science
courses numbered 300 or
higher
+ Mathematics courses
numbered 300 or higher
* Electives
(9)
(3)
(9)
(9)
(6)
(36)
+  Mathematics courses in linear algebra, probability,
differential equations, and statistics are recommended.
*  Among them, courses in logic, foundations of Mathematics,
and E.E. 256 are strongly recommended.
Combined  Honours Computer Science and Mathematics
First Year
English 100 (3)
Mathematics 100, 101 (3)
Chemistry 110 or 120 (3)
Physics 110, 115 or 120 (3)
Computer Science 115** (3)
(15)
Second Year
Computer Science 215
Mathematics 200, 220,
221, 315
*Electives
(3)
(6)
(6)
TT5T 6530.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
A
A
Computer Science
Changes
Combined Honours Computer Science and Mathematics
(continued)
Third Year
Computer Science 302 +
315,  320,  321 (9)
Mathematics 320 (3)
Courses from
Mathematics 300, 316,
321,  322,  345 (6)
(18)
Fourth Year
Computer Science 420,
421 (3)
Other Computer Science
courses numbered 300
and above (3)
Two courses from
Mathematics 400, 406,
418,  420, 421, 422, 423,
424,  425,  426 (6)
*Electives (6)
(18)
+  May be deferred to the following year.
* At least 6 of these 12 elective units must be in the Faculty
of Arts.
**  Computer Science 118 and a H unit elective may be
substituted by those eligible for Computer Science 118.
Special arrangements may be made for students who did
not take Computer Science 115 or 118 in first year.   Such
arrangements may limit choice of 400-level courses.
Geography
Changes
- Major Program
- Honours - Focus Climatology
- Combined  Honours Geography and Geology - Focus
Geomorphology
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics course offerings.
Geological Sciences
New GEOL 516 (H)     Problems in Carbonate Geology
Changes GEOL 536 - change in unit value from  (3) to (li)
- Honours Geology
- Major Geology
- Combined  Honours,  Geology and Geophysics
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics and Computer Science
offerings. 6531.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences   (continued)
B     Changes GEOL 552 - change in description only
GEOL 562 - change in description only
Geophysics and Astronomy
A      New ASTR 301   (H) Celestial Mechanics
ASTR 302  (1i) The Structure of our Galaxy
ASTR 303  (li) Galactic Dynamics
GEOP  516 (1-2) Theoretical  Glaciology
A      Deletion ASTR 320
B     Change GEOP 320 - change in prerequisites only
A     Changes - Astronomy Major
- Honours Astronomy and Geophysics
- Combined Honours Astronomy and  Physics
- Major Geophysics
- Honours Geophysics
- Combined  Honours Geophysics and  Physics
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy
course offerings.
Mathematics
A     Changes MATH 100 - change in unit value and description; now reads:
MATH 100  (li)   Calculus  I
MATH 200 - change in unit value, title and description;
now reads:
MATH 200 (H)   Calculus III
MATH 205 - change in unit value, title and description;
now reads:
MATH 205 (H)   Probability and Statistics  I
MATH 220 - change in unit value, title and description;
now reads:
MATH 220 (li)   Analysis  I
MATH 221 - change in unit value, title and description;
now reads:
MATH 221   (H)   Matrix Algebra
MATH 140 - change in number, unit value and description;
now reads:
MATH 340 (li)   Introduction to Linear Programming 6532.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics    (continued)
A      Deletions MATH 120 and 121
A      New MATH 101   (H)     Calculus  II
MATH 105 (li)     Descriptive and  Elementary  Inferential
Statistics
MATH 201   (li)     Calculus  IVa
MATH 202  (H)     Calculus  IVb
MATH 307 (H)      Linear Algebra
MATH 344 (H)     Applied Mathematics for Discrete
Systems
MATH 345 (li)     Applied Mathematics for Continuous
Systems
MATH 426 (3)       Calculus of Variations and Optimal
Control
MATH 480 (1i)     Optimization  in Graphs and  Networks
A     Changes in programs
The changes incorporate changes in Mathematics course offerings.   All
mathematics students are now expected to take Mathematics 315 ordinarily in
Second Year.   This will introduce them to an important subject which in the
past they did not always study and will serve as an introduction to applied
mathematics.   For Honours students, 316 and 345 will be allowed as Third
Year Honours courses.   This will make it more likely that a student will
choose to do applied mathematics.   Most of the remaining changes have been
made in an attempt to eliminate one and two unit courses in favour of the H
and 3 unit courses.
Major;    now reads:
Mathematics 100,  101, 200, 220, 221, 315; an additional 16i units of
mathematics to be chosen from 201, 205, and courses numbered 300 or
above.   (25i units)
Honours;    now reads:
Mathematics 100,  101, 200, 220, 221, 315;  320 and 19i additional units of
mathematics of which at least 6 must be from 300, 316, 321, 322, 345 and at
least 9 from 400, 406, 418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425 and 426.   (31i units)
Combined Honours in Mathematics and Another Subject;    now reads:
Mathematics 100,  101, 200, 220, 221, 315;  320 and 6 units from 300, 316,
321, 322, 345 and two courses from 400, 406, 418, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424,
425, 426.   (25 units) 6533.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics   (continued)
A      New programs
New Major and  Honours Options  in Applied Mathematics
Briefly, the four principal reasons given for developing programs in Applied
Mathematics at U.B.C. concern    (1) the changes that have taken place
recently in the field of mathematics   (2) changes in the personnel of the
Department of Mathematics   (3) changes in student interests and    (4) the
need to keep students adequately informed of existing opportunities for a
broader range of studies and courses within the field of mathematics.
Honours
First Year
Mathematics 100, 101
Physics 110, 115 or 120
Chemistry 110 or 120
English 100
Approved elective*
Third Year
Mathematics 300, 320 (6)
Mathematics 307, 316 (3)
Mathematics course in area
of concentration*** (H)
Electives or courses in areas
of application**** (4j-7j)
Second Year
(3)
Mathematics 220, 200, 221
(4i)
(3)
Mathematics 315
(H)
(3)
Computer Science 115
(3)
(3)
Electives**
(6 to 9)
(3)
(15)
(15 to 18)
Fourth Year
Mathematics courses in area
of concentration***
Restricted electives***
Other electives or courses
in areas of application****
(6)
(6)
(6)
(15 to 18)
(18)
Computer Science 115 may be taken as the approved elective in first
year, substituting an approved elective for Computer Science 115 in
second year.
Students in this option are strongly advised to include one of
Mathematics 201, 205, 340 among their second year electives.
At present this program recognizes three areas of concentration:
applied analysis, statistics and operations research.   The
appropriate concentration courses and restricted fourth year
electives for these areas are as follows: 6534.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics
A      New programs
New Major and  Honours Options in Applied Mathematics    (continued)
3rd Year
App. Anal.       Math 345
Statistics
Oper. Res.
Math 344
Math 344
4th Year
Math 400, 426
Math 406, 418
Math 406, 426
Restricted  Electives
3 units from Math 423, Cp.
Sc. 302, 402
3 units from Math 305, 406,
318, 418
6 units from Math 305, 318,
400, 405,  420, 423, 426
3 units from Math 318, 418
3 units from Math 420, Cp.
Sc. 302
Special choices of concentration courses and electives may be arranged
subject to the approval of the Director of the Institute for Applied Mathematics
and Statistics.
****    All students in this option are required to include in their electives at
least 6 units of courses numbered 300 or above in one area of application
such as chemistry, biology, economics, physics, etc.
Major
First Year
Mathematics 100, 101
Physics 110,  115, or 120
Chemistry 110 or 120
English 100
Elective*
Second Year
Mathematics 220, 200, 221
Mathematics elective**
Computer Science 115
Other electives*
(15)
(4i)
(H)
(3)
(6)
Tl5T
Third and Fourth Years
Mathematics 315/316 or 301 (3)
Mathematics 205 or 305** (Hor 3)
Mathematics 344, 307 (3)
Courses in mathematical area of concentration*** (6)
Other mathematics courses numbered 300 or above (3 or H)
Courses in area of application, numbered 300 or above**** (3)
Other electives* (ipj)
(30) 6535.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics
A     New Major and Honours Options in Applied Mathematics
Major   (continued)
Electives must satisfy all requirements of the Faculty of Science.
Students wishing to concentrate on statistics should take Mathematics 205
during their second year, and Mathematics 305 during third year.
Students who take Mathematics 205 in second year and do not wish to
take Mathematics 305 should substitute Mathematics 201 for 305.
Three areas of concentration in applied mathematics are considered
by this program:
Applied Analysis, requiring Mathematics 300 and one of Mathematics
318,  320, 400 or Computer Science 302;
Statistics, requiring Mathematics 405 and either Mathematics 318 or
Computer Science 405 and 406.
Operations  Research, requiring Mathematics 318 and 3 additional units
selected from Mathematics 340, 480 or Computer Science 405, 406.
These courses must be taken in one area of application such as biology,
chemistry, economics, physics, etc.
B      Changes
MATH 300
exemption from co-requisite Math 220 to
show need for student to take 301 or 316
delete MATH 222 co-requisite requirement
delete MATH 222 prerequisite requirement
prerequisite requirement to read MATH 220
change in prerequisite to read MATH 101
and 221
MATH 316 - to be offered in both terms;  prerequisite
requirements to read MATH 315
delete MATH 222 from prerequisite requirement
MATH 310
MATH 311
MATH 312
MATH 315
MATH 322
Microbiology
Changes
- Major and Honours Microbiology
Changes made necessary by the changes in the Mathematics course offerings
and the incorporation of the Biology 200 and 201 course into the Second Year
requirements of the Microbiology programs.
B     Change
MICB   417 - change in description only 6536.
Wednesday, January 21, 1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Oceanography
A      New
Physics
A     Change
OCGY 406 (li)     Biological Oceanographic Systems
(this is the same course as Zoology 406)
PHYS 301 - change in number and description;  now
PHYS 201
Deletion
New
A     Change
PHYS  204
PHYS 205 (1)   D.C.  and A.C   Electric Circuits
PHYS  303  (2)   Thermal  Physics
Physics Major
Changes made necessary by changes in the First and Second Year Mathematics
course offerings.
A     Changes
Honours in Physics
Combined  Honours  in Physics and Mathematics
Combined  Honours  in  Physics and Computer Science
Combined  Honours in Physics and a subject other
than Mathematics,  Geophysics, Astronomy,  Chemistry
or Computer Science
Changes made necessary by:
(i)       the changes in the First and Second Year Mathematics courses;
(ii)      the deletion of Physics 204 (3) from the Honours programs, the
change of Physics 301  (2) to Physics 201  (2), and the addition
of Physics 205 (1) and Physics 303 (2) to the programs; and
(iii)     the changes in the Computer Science content of the Combined
Honours in Physics and Computer Science program.
- Combined  Honours in Physics and Geophysics
Changed to increase the Geophysics content by H units (GEOP 220),
reduce the Physics content by 3 units (delete PHYS 413) and increase
the electives in the Third Year by H units. 6537.
Wednesday, January 21,  1976.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Physiology
A     Changes
First Year
Third Year
Psychology
A     Changes
Honours Physiology
Changes made necessary by changes in Mathematics
course offerings.
Changes because of extensive overlap between BIOL 330
and PHYL 301, 401, the Department of Physiology wishes
to delete BIOL 330 from the list of required courses in the
Third Year.   It is considered that BIOL 300, at present
a very strongly recommended elective, should be a
required course in the Honours program.  The H units
freed as a result of this substitution will enable students
to complete 9 units of Arts during the first 3 years of
their program.
- Major Psychology
- Honours Psychology
Changes in First Year made necessary by changes in Mathematics course
offerings.
Choice of Life Science courses available to the student in the Third Year is
enlarged, allowing the student more freedom in choosing Life Science courses
which complement his interest in Psychology.   The enumeration of suitable
electives in the Fourth Year brings into a single list courses which are otherwise spread throughout the calendar.
B     Change
Zoology
A      New
B     Changes
B      Change
PSYC - correction of error in calendar listing
ZOOL 411   (li)    Biomechanics
ZOOL 304 - change in description only
ZOOL 348 - change in description only
ZOOL 416 - change in prerequisites only
- Honours Zoology
Fourth Year changed so that optional units are increased to (3) from (H) .
This gives a great deal more freedom to students who wish to take an Arts
course as their option, since most of the Arts courses are 3-unit ones.

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