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Array 6190.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
The First regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Thursday, September 12, 1974
at 6.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho,
Dean J. H. M. Andrews, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Deputy PresidentW. M.
Armstrong, Dean D. V. Bates, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. C. A.
Brockley, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. R. M. Buzza, Mr. C McK.
Campbell, Mr. R. J. Carter, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. R.
Daniells, Dr. N. Epstein, Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs.  F. Field, Rev. R. W.
Finn, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dean E. M.
Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C Gibson, Dr. R. F.
Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dean N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. T. D.
Heaver, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. B. Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. F. R. C
Johnstone, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr. L.
Kraintz, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean S.W. Leung, Mr. T. B.
Lindsay, Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell,
Dr. M.  F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C M. Moriarty, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. P. W. Park, Dr. G. V. Parkinson,
Miss E. B. Paul, Mr. G. J. Peet, Dr. R. A. Restrepo, Dr. G. Rosenbluth,
Dr. I. S. Ross, Mrs. L. Sayle, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mr. A. M. Smolensky,
Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. J. R. Stein, Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs,
Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. B. B. Trevino, Dr. M. Uprichard, DeanG. M. Volkoff,
Mr. F. C Walden, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr. R. L. White, Ms. K. P. Young.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Mr. C J. Connaghan,
Dr. C. G. David, Dr. S. M. Friedman, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Dr. C A.
McDowell, Mr. P. S. Plant, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. A. D. Scott, Mrs. C A.
Soong, Mr. D. R. Williams. 6191.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. McGregor  ) That the Minutes of the Ninth regular
Dr. Hardwick   ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1973-74
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Senate Membership
The Chairman reported the following new appointments: -
Representatives of Affiliated Colleges
Dr. J. M. Houston, Principal, Regent College
Deans
Dean E. M. Fulton, Dean of Women (replacing Acting Dean J. E. Searcy)
Dean N. A. Hall  (replacing Acting Dean C C Gourlay)
Elected by the Faculties
Dr. T. D. Heaver, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
(replacing Mr. D. B. Fields)
Senate ratified the appointments of the following Joint Faculty
Representatives to replace those on leave of absence and those who had
resigned from Senate:-
Dr. S. M. Friedman, Department of Anatomy, to replace Dr. J.M.
Norris  (Dr. Norris resigned from Senate).
Miss W. J. Hudson, Rehabilitation Medicine, to replace Dr. P. H.
Pearse during leave of absence from July 1,  1974 to December 31,  1974.
Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration,
to replace Dean N. A. Hall.
Mr. A. M. Moore, Department of Economics, to replace Dr. D. E.
Smith (Dr. Smith resigned October 1973).
Dr. J. R. Stein, Department of Botany, to replace Dr. J. D. Dennison
during leave of absence from September 1,  1974 to December 31,  1974.
Dr. R. L. White, Department of French, to replace Dr. R. V. Kubicek
during leave of absence from July 1 1974 to June 30,  1975. 6192.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Senate Membership   (continued)
It was noted that the following members had returned from leave of
absence:-
Dr. R. A. Restrepo, Department of Mathematics
Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Department of Economics
Dr. A. D. Scott, Department of Economics
Business arising from the Minutes
It was noted that a report from Dean Hall on the Division of
International Business Studies would be presented at the October 9,  1974
meeting.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject, where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be
implemented without formal reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President;    and that the Deans and Heads concerned with
new programs be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of such
new programs.
(i)        Native Indian Teacher Training Program recommended by the Faculty
of Education.    (P.6174-6177)
Annual  Financial  Report of the University,   March  31,   1974
As required under Section 50 of the Universities Act, the Board of
Governors had forwarded to Senate a copy of the Annual Financial Report,
Balance Sheet and Financial Statements of the University for the fiscal year
ended March 31,  1974.   The Chairman stated that a copy of the report could
be seen in the Office of the Registrar upon request. 6193.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and  Bursaries
Ms. Smaill ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A'
Dr. Stein     ) 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
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hardwick presented the report on proposals referred to the
committee since the last meeting.
Faculty of Agricultural  Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick ) That new courses and course changes in
Dr. Kitts ) Agricultural Economics, recommended
by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Kenny      ) English, Hispanic and Italian Studies,
Home Economics, Psychology and Theatre,
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be
approved.
Carried
It was noted that the prerequisite for English 311 should read:
"English at the 200 level or equivalent."
Diploma  in Art History
In the proposal to offer a Diploma in Art History it was stated
that students applying for this program should already have obtained 6194.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Diploma  in Art History   (continued)
a first degree.   Rules regarding the Diploma would be the same as
those governing the Major for Third and Fourth Years as set out in
the Calendar, except that all 15 units must be in art history courses
at the 300 level or above.   Fine Arts 383, 385, 387, 393, 395, 471
and 477 are excluded.   However, Fine Arts 373  (Introduction to Art
Theory and Criticism) would be a required course for the Diploma
and would be taken by all students unless express permission to the
contrary were given.
It was also stated in the proposal that for marks which may be
credited towards the Diploma the rules established by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies for course work in the M.A. degree would apply.
However, the Senate Curriculum Committee had questioned this policy
since it was felt that the proposal was a correlation of undergraduate
courses and therefore the rules established for undergraduate programs
in the Faculty of Arts should apply.
The committee recommended that the proposal be approved but
requested that the Faculty of Arts reconsider this policy.
Dr. Hardwick ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to
Dean Kenny      ) offer a Diploma in Art History through the
Department of Fine Arts be approved.
Carried 6195.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
School of Home  Economics -  Human  Nutrition Program
A change in requirements for students entering internships
had been made by the Canadian Dietetic Association.   To accommodate
this change some minor alterations in the Human Nutrition Program
were necessary.   These changes were approved by Senate at its
meeting in February 1974 on recommendation of the School of Home
Economics.   This same question was inadvertently raised again through
the Faculty of Arts and prompted criticism related to the availability
of elective courses.
Mr. Smolensky  )        That the proposal be referred back
Dr. Clark ) to the School of Home Economics for
reconsideration.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and  Business Administration
Dr. Hardwick ) That the change in title and description
Dr. Hall ) of Commerce 369 recommended by the
Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick ) That new courses, course changes, new
Dean Volkoff    ) programs and changes in programs
recommended by the Faculty of Science
be approved.
Carried 6196.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Science    (continued)
It was pointed out that approval to change the numbers of some
400 level Physiology courses to 500 numbers as outlined in the
submission had been withheld pending approval by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.
Zoology  305
In January 1974 Senate approved a change in number of
Zoology 305 to Zoology 205.   The committee approved a request of
the Faculty of Science to offer Zoology 305 during the 1974-75 session
in order to avoid problems with Third Year credit for students about
to enter the Third Year in Zoology.
Centre for Continuing  Education -  Revision of the Criminology
Certificate Program
Senate was advised that the Academic Policy Committee for the
Criminology Certificate Program had approved the following revisions:-
1. That existing credit courses be utilized where available credit
courses parallel the Certificate courses.
2. That entrance to the program be entrance to The University of
British Columbia, as determined by the Office of the Registrar
(currently entrance is by high school graduation or Policy
Committee approval).
3. That the program's courses be offered both by lectures/seminars
and independent study so that students unable to attend
campus-based courses may undertake this program. 6197.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Centre for Continuing Education - Revision of the Criminology
Certificate Program    (continued)
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the revision of the Criminology
Mr. Trevino      ) Certificate Program as recommended by
the Centre for Continuing Education be
approved.
Carried
Diplomas and  Certificates
Dr. Hardwick   ) That a committee be established to examine
Dr. Bongie        ) the principles of granting diplomas and
certificates.
Carried
Senate handling of curricular matters
A report regarding Senate handling of curricular matters had
been circulated.
At the May meeting of Senate proposals from the Faculty of
Education were brought to the Senate Curriculum Committee via the
Agenda Committee.   After considerable discussion the proposal for
the Native Indian Teacher Training Program was adopted by Senate
without referral to the Curriculum Committee.   At that time the
Chairman of Senate suggested that the Curriculum Committee might
discuss the program with the Dean of the Faculty of Education to clear
up any points of doubt. 6198.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Senate handling of curricular matters     (continued)
A sub-committee of the Curriculum Committee was established
to examine the proposal.   The committee noted that there were major
changes in the organization of the various components of the regular
program.   There was considerable re-arrangement of content and
in the way in which the content would be presented.
The sub-committee concluded that the proposal was innovative
and incorporated many significant changes in the way the program
would be offered.   In the opinion of the committee this was an 'A'
item and under normal circumstances would have been referred to the
New Programs sub-committee.
It was stated in the report that it was the understanding of the
Senate Curriculum Committee that, under current procedures, all
curricular material was to be routed directly to the Curriculum
Committee for its expeditious handling.   Thus the Senate Curriculum
Committee, while recognizing the ultimate decision making authority
of Senate, felt it essential to confirm with Senate that, except under
exceptional circumstances  (about which the Chairman of the Senate
Curriculum Committee would be advised) curriculum matters would be
referred to Senate through the Curriculum Committee of Senate. 6199.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Senate handling of curricular matters   (continued)
The Chairman requested that members of Senate note the
procedures for future handling of curricular matters.
Nominating Committee
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act
Dr. Webber presented the report.
The committee had been requested by the President to recommend
membership for an ad hoc committee on the implementation of the
Universities Act.   Dr. Webber explained that the Universities Act
provided for Senate to establish procedures whereby various elections
would be carried out.
Dr. Webber    ) That an ad hoc committee on the
Dean Volkoff  ) implementation of the Universities Act
be established.
Carried
The following membership had been recommended by the
committee: -
Dean A. J. McClean   -   Chairman
Mrs. F. Field
Mr. G. S. Funt
Dr. J. M. Kennedy
Dr. G. Rosenbluth
Dr. R. L. White 6200.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act   (continued)
Dr. I. S. Ross and Mr. G. J. Peet were also nominated to
serve on the committee.
Dr. Gibson )
Dean Gardner   )
Dean Finn       )
Dean Cowan   )
That nominations close.
Carried
That the recommendations of the Nominating
Committee with the addition of Dr. Ross
and Mr. Peet be approved.
Carried
Replacements on Senate Committees
The committee made the following recommendations:
Curriculum
Dr. J. G. Foulks
Dr. P. A. Lusztig
Dr. P. Merivale
Nominating
Dr. C. A. Brockley
University Library
Dr. T. D. Heaver
replacing Dean N. A. Hall
replacing Dr. J.M. Norris
replacing Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff
replacing Dr. J. M. Norris
replacing Dr. R. V. Kubicek
Interdisciplinary Courses and Programs
Dr. R. F. Gray -     replacing Dr. R. V. Kubicek
Dr. Webber   )
Mrs. Lane      )
That the recommendations of the
Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried 6201.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
Representative on  Regent College Senate
The Board of Governors of Regent College had invited the
Senate of U.B.C. to appoint a representative to the Regent College
Senate.
The committee nominated Dr. R. M. Clark.
Dr. Webber    ) That the recommendation of the Nominating
Dean Volkoff  ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Motion by Mr.   Burns
The following motion had been presented to the Agenda Committee by
Mr. G. B.  Burns:
"That in the future, students will be granted unit credit for any
course which is successfully completed."
In the absence of Mr. Burns, Mr. Smolensky spoke briefly to the
motion.   The intent of the motion was to ensure that students would receive
credit for courses passed whereas under the existing system a student
taking 15 units must successfully complete at least 9 units to receive any
credit at all.
The Agenda Committee had recommended that the motion be referred
to the Senate Admissions Committee for investigation in consultation with
the various Faculties and report back to Senate. 6202.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Motion by Mr.   Burns   (continued)
Dean Andrews   ) That the motion be referred to the Senate
Mr. Osborne      ) Admissions Committee.
Carried
Other Business
The Chairman extended congratulations to Dean E. Margaret Fulton
the new Dean of Women;  to Dean D. T. Kenny, President designate;  to
Deputy President W. M. Armstrong on his appointment as first Chairman
of the Universities Council of B. C , and to Mr. G. A. Thorn on his
appointment as Principal of B.C. I .T.
Report of the Tributes Committee
As the report of the Tributes Committee concerned matters that as
a courtesy to those involved should not be released immediately for
publication, members of the gallery were asked to leave.
Professors  Emeriti
Dean Volkoff reported that the committee recommended the following
people be granted emeritus status:-
B. C Binning
- Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts
E. Chave
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Social Work
D. Derry
- Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
H. Elder
- Professor Emeritus of Architecture 6203.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Professors Emeriti    (continued)
B. Harrison
- Professor Emeritus of History
R. B. Kerr
- Professor Emeritus of Medicine
E. Leimanis
- Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
J. A. McDonald
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Hispanic and Italian Studies
J. A. McRae
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Education
M.A. Ormsby
- Professor Emerita of History
E. Ozard
- Professor Emeritus of Education
W. Meredith Thompson
- Professor Emeritus of English
D. H. Williams
- Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Dean Volkoff ) That the recommendations of the Tributes
Mrs. Lecky    ) Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried
Honorary Degrees
The committee recommended that invitations be extended to the
following persons to receive honorary degrees at the 1975 Congregation:- 6204.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees   (continued)
Nathan T. Nemetz, Chancellor of The University of British Columbia
and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Degree of Doctor of Laws  (Honoris Causa)
Roy Daniells, University Professor of English Language and Literature
Degree of Doctor of Letters  (Honoris Causa)
Dean Volkoff       )
Mr. Smolensky   )
Dean Volkoff  )
Dean Kenny    )
That the degree of Doctor of Laws (Honoris
Causa) be conferred upon Chancellor N. T.
Nemetz at the 1975 Congregation ceremonies.
Carried
That the degree of Doctor of Letters
(Honoris Causa) be conferred upon Dr. R.
Daniells at the 1975 Congregation ceremonies.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 7.00 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
October 9, 1974.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6205.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Jean Davidson Arnold Memorial  Book  Prize - This award has
been established in honour of Jean Davidson Arnold, a graduate of
this University, and the daughter of one of the pioneer members of
the Department of Botany.   The award, made annually, will be made
to the student in second or third year, who obtains the highest
standing in Botany 209 and 210 (a combined average) .
The BMI Canada  Limited  Prize - A cash prize of $50, gift of BMI
Canada Limited, Don Mills, Ontario, is offered annually in the
Department of Music.    It will be awarded to a student studying
composition.   The winner will be selected by the Department on the
basis of proficiency and promise.
The Madge Bolton  Bursary  Fund - This fund has been established
by Fred D. Bolton in honour of Mrs. Madge Bolton.   Awards to a
total value of $1,000 per year will be made available to students
demonstrating financial need combined with satisfactory academic
progress.   Preference will be given to students whose home is
outside the lower mainland.
The Conrad Crocker Memorial  Scholarship - A tuition scholarship
may be awarded annually to an outstanding student in the Bachelor
of Music programme whose talents, abilities and interests give
substantial evidence of promise for a career in symphonic and/or
chamber music performance.   The scholarship has been established
through a bequest from the Estate of the late Conrad Crocker, on
the wishes of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Crocker of Basehor,
Kansas, to honour the memory of Mr. Crocker, a dedicated Lecturer
in Flute in the Department of Music (1961-74), as well as a distinguished
member of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra during the same years.
The award will be made on the recommendation of the Department of
Music. 6206.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
Engineering  Physics Scholarship - A scholarship of $500 is offered
annually to students who are beginning or continuing studies in third
or fourth year Engineering Physics.   The award will be made on the
basis of academic standing (first class standing) and extra-curricular
activities, and will be made on the recommendation of the Department.
The Yvonne Firkins  Prize - This prize has been established as a
memorial to Yvonne Firkins, and pays tribute to her outstanding
contributions to drama and theatre particularly in British Columbia.
It will be awarded to the student, preferably in the graduating class
in theatre, with the best record of achievement in the course in
Direction and Staging.  The selection will be made by the Department.
The Law  Foundation of British Columbia Bursaries - Bursaries up
to a total of $10,000 per annum, the gift of the Law Foundation of
British Columbia, will be awarded to students beginning or continuing
studies in the Faculty of Law.   The awards will be made at the
discretion of the University to students with satisfactory academic
records who have need for financial assistance.
The  Ida and Michael  Matoff Bursary - A bursary of approximately $50,
established by a gift from the estate of the late Ida Matoff, will be
awarded annually to a needy student in the Department of Music.
The Real  Estate Board of Greater Vancouver Graduate Scholarship -
A scholarship in the amount of $500 donated by the Real Estate Board
of Greater Vancouver will be awarded annually to a student entering
the second year of a Masters program in the School of Community and
Regional Planning.   The award will be made on the recommendation
of the Director of the School to a student who is working on a thesis
on urban development planning preferably with emphasis on land
economics.
The Dr.  C.  W.   Roberts Poultry Bursary - A bursary of $25, donated
by D. E. Bernon, will be awarded to an undergraduate student in
Poultry Science selected by the Department.   This bursary has been
established to give recognition to Dr. Roberts for the help he has given
to many students. 6207.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A   =  new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes  (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural  Economics
New courses
Ag.Ec. 260 (li)   Introduction to Analytical
Methods  in Agricultural
Economics
A     Changes
B     Changes
Ag.Ec. 262  (H)   Linear Programming  in
Agriculture
Ag.Ec. 416 (1i)   Economics of Horticultural
Crops
Ag.Ec. 420  (1i)   Agricultural  Policy:   - Goals,
Policies and Programs for
Agriculture in  B.C   and Canada
Ag.Ec. 300  (3)      to be divided into two courses,
Ag.Ec. 301 and Ag.Ec. 302:-
Ag.Ec. 301   (li)   Farm Management I
Ag.Ec. 302 (1i)   Farm Management II
Ag.Ec. 258
Ag.Ec. 307
Ag.Ec. 311
Ag.Ec. 406
Ag.Ec. 415
change in title and description
change in number to 407 and
change in prerequisites and
hours
change in number to 411
change in number to 306;
prerequisite changed to 258
calendar corrected to show
hours
Deletions
Ag.Ec.  101, 320 and 408 6208.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals    (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
English
B     Change
English 311   -   change in description
Hispanic and  Italian Studies
A     New courses
B      Changes
A     Deletions
Portuguese 100 (3)   First Year Portuguese
Portuguese 200 (3)   Second Year Portuguese
Portuguese 301   (3)   Advanced  Language Study,
Survey of Luso-Brazilian
History and  Literature
Spanish 223   -   change in title and description
Spanish 320   -   change in description
Portuguese 300 and 400
Home Economics
B     Change
A     Deletions
Home Economics 407
change in unit value
from  (1i) to (3)
Home Economics 409 and 464
Psychology
A      New course
B     Changes
Psychology 220 (3)   Experimental  Psychology
and  Laboratory
Psychology 326
Psychology 407
change in description
change in description and
unit value from (1i-3) to (3)
Theatre
B     Change
Theatre 301   -   change in title and description 6209.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals    (continued)
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Botany
B     Changes
Botany 402 and 440   -   change in hours
Geophysics and Astronomy
A     New course Geophysics 210 (3)   The Planets
Mathematics
B      Changes
Physics
A      New course
A     Change
Mathematics 120, 220 and 310   -   change in
description
Physics 135  (1i)   Laboratory Course  in  Basic
Physics
Physics 419  -  change in description and unit
value from  (2) to (1-3)
Physiology
New course
Physiology 401  (4i)   Advanced Mammalian
Physiology
New  Programs and  Program
Changes
Computer Science
New  Program - Combined
Honours   in Computer Science
and a
subject other
than Mathematics #
First Year
Second Year
English 100
(3)
+ Computer Science 310
(3)
Mathematics 100,  121
(3)
Mathematics 200, 221,
Physics 110,  115 or 120
(3)
222
(5)
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
* Electives and other
+ Computer Science 210
(3)
Department
(7-10)
(15)
(15-18) 6210.
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
New Programs and  Program Changes
FACULTY OF  SCIENCE
Computer Science
A      New  Program - Combined  Honours  in Computer Science and a
subject other than Mathematics #   (continued)
Third and Fourth Years
Computer Science 302, 320 (4i)
** Other Computer Science Courses (10i)
Other department (15)
Elective (3-6)
(33-36)
# The complete program must be approved by both departments involved.
+ Computer Science 210 and 310 may be deferred to 2nd and 3rd year.
* Mathematics 120 is recommended, to keep open the possibility of
entering other programmes.
** These courses would be chosen in consultation with advisors in the
two departments.   When appropriate, up to 3 units of Mathematics
may be substituted for Computer Science courses.
Geophysics and Astronomy
B     Change in Major Astronomy,  Third Year   -   substitute Physics 328
for Physics 308
B     Change  in Major Geophysics,   Third Year - substitute Mathematics 315
(1i) and Physics 312  (1i)   (or Mathematics 301   (3)) for Mathematics 301
(3)   (or Mathematics 315/316)
Mathematics
A     Addition to Major Mathematics,  Second Year   -   the new Major
Mathematics is as follows:
Mathematics 100,  120, 121 (4)
Mathematics 200, 220, 221, 222 (6)
And 15 units of Mathematics courses
numbered 300 and above * (15)
(25)
* 3 of these units may be in a related area, to be selected
in consultation with the Head of the Department. 6211
Thursday, September 12,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
New Programs and  Program Changes
FACULTY OF SCIENCE    (continued)
Physics
A     New Program   -   Combined Honours  Physics and Computer Science
First Year
Physics 110, 115 or 120
(3)
Computer Science 210 #
(3)
Mathematics 100/121
(3)
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
English 100
(3)
Second Year
Physics 204/209/210 (6)
Computer Science 310 # (3)
Mathematics 200/221/222 * (5)
Arts Elective (3)
(15)
(17)
Third Year
Physics 301/308/312
Physics 306 and 309
or
Physics 302/309/310
Computer Science 302/320  (4i)
Computer Science 313 #
Mathematics 315
(16)
Fourth Year
(5i)
Physics 402
One of Physics 403, 409
( 3)
or 406/407/408
(  3)
(  3)
Computer Science 402
( 3)
(4i)
Additional Comp. Sc. **
(4i)
(li)
Elective **
(1i)
di)
Arts elective **
( 3)
(18)
# May be delayed by one year, provided that an Arts Elective is taken
in First Year.
* Students can cover the prerequisites for Honours programs in Physics,
Mathematics, and Computer Science, and Combined Honours between
any pair, by adding Mathematics 120/220 in First and Second years.
Extra units taken here can be counted as part of the free elective in
Fourth year.
** li units from these courses may be taken in Third year. 6212.
Thursday, September 12, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
New Programs and  Program Changes
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Physiology
A     Change in Honours  Physiology,   Fourth Year
Physiology 401
(4i)
Physiology 430
(  3)
Physiology 440
di)
Physiology 449
( 3)
Electives
(4i)
(16i)
This change is required for the introduction of the new comprehensive
course Physiology 401.   Physiology 401 replaces the courses
Physiology 421-427.
A     Change  in Combined  Honours  B.Sc. /M.D.   or D.M.D.   Fourth Year
Anatomy 400
( 3)
Anatomy 401
(  3)
Physiology 401
(4i)
Physiology 430
( 3)
Physiology 449
( 3)
(16i)
The above change is necessary to permit students on the Combined
Honours program to take the new course Physiology 401, which
replaces the courses Physiology 421-427.

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