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 7684.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia for
the Session 1981-82 was held on Wednesday, January 20, 1982 at 8:00 p.m. in the Board
and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Dr. R. A. Adams, Dean G. S. Beagrie,
Dr. G. D. B"ellward, Dean D. R. Birch, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. R. G. Bryan, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. G. D. Burnyeat, Dr. K. O. L.
Burridge, Dr. J. J. R. Campbell, Mr. B. J. Coulson, Dr. J. Dahlie, Mr. N. C. Delahunt,
Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dean C. V. Finnegan, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Mrs. E. D. Fulton,
Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. R. C. Gill, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. R. Gyurkovits, Mr. S. T.
Henderson, Dr. A. M. Hickling, Dr. A. Hirsch, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. R. F. Kelly,
Dr. R. W. Kennedy, Mr. D. Kirshner, Dean W. D. Kitts, Dr. A. Kozak, Mr. J. Kulich,
Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich, Dr. D. S. Lirenman, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A.
Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Dr. J. P. Martin, Mr. M. A. McCann,
Dr. A. J. McClean, Ms. D. N. McDonnell, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Mr. J. F. McWilliams,
Mr. I. C. Miller, Dr. W. R. Morford, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dean B. E. Riedel, Miss R. E.
Robinson, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. M. Shaw, Dr. J. G. Silver, Dr. C. E. Slonecker,
Mr. G. A. Smith, Dr. R. H. T. Smith, Dr. R. A. Spencer, Miss L. M. Stenger,
Dr. R. Stewart, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Dr. N. Sutherland, Mr. R. Tan, Dr. P. R. Tennant,
Miss C. L. V. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Mr. V. G. Wellburn,
Dean R. M. Will, Dr. M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal, Ms. D. Wong.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Mrs. S. Dodson, Dr. D. Donaldson,
Dr. A. J. Elder, Mr. D. B. Fields, Mr. C. P. Fulker, Ms. S. J. Holmes, Ms. C. E.
McAndrew, Mrs. E. M. Thomson.
Minutes of previous meeting
Mrs. Bishop   ) That the minutes of the Fourth regular meeting of
Dr. Dahlie     ) Senate   for   the   Session    1981-82,   having   been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7685.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Business arising from the Minutes
Advisory Committee for the Selection of Presidential Candidates  (P. 7655)
Senate was informed that in response to its request, the Board of Governors had
agreed that an additional category be added to the membership of the Advisory
Committee for the Selection of Presidential Candidates, namely, the President of the
Faculty Association, with the understanding that the incumbent President of the
Faculty Association, Dr. Charles F. Culling, would be the member of the Advisory
Committee and that he would remain a member of the Committee until the
Committee had completed its task.
Tess Fenger Memorial Scholarship  (P. 7655)
At the December 16, 1981 meeting of Senate the Tess Fenger Memorial
Scholarship award was referred to the Committee on Student Awards, for review.
The committee subsequently considered the award description. The committee
were informed that the donors had originally specified that recipients had to be
Canadian citizens. After considerable negotiation, it had been agreed that permanent
residents (landed immigrants) could also be included. It was believed that the donors
held the view that the recipient should be one who was likely to remain in Canada
following graduation. The committee therefore recommended that the following
award be accepted without amendment:
"Tess Fenger Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship of $250, established as
a memorial to Tess Fenger by the White Rock and Surrey Naturalists'
Society, serves as a tribute to her friendship and devoted work as a
naturalist. It is intended to encourage students with an interest in natural
history. The scholarship is available to Canadian citizens or permanent
residents and is awarded to an undergraduate who achieves distinction in
Forestry 395 (Wildlife Ecology). The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry, but it is not limited to students
enrolled in that Faculty. (This award is available in the 1982/83 Winter
Session.)"
Mr. McWilliams )     That   the  Tess  Fenger   Memorial  Scholarship be
Dean Lysyk )     accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that a letter of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried 7686.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Senate membership
Declaration of vacancy
As required under section 35 (6) of the University Act, the following vacancy was
declared:
Dr. Michael Smith - representative of the Faculty of Medicine
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. McWilliams )       That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Ms. Wong )      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
Advancement regulations for the B.Com and Lic.Acct. degree programs
Dr. Smith presented the report. The committee recommended approval of
the following revisions to advancement regulations, subject to the words
" . . .considered to have failed the year." in items (I) and (2) being replaced by
" . . .required to withdraw from the Faculty." and subject to the
word " . . .fails. . . " in items (3) and (4) being replaced by " . . .does not pass. . . "
together with the addition of the words " . ..and will be required to withdraw
from the Faculty."  The revisions are underlined.
"B.Com. degree program
Advancement
(1) A student who passes all courses in which he or she is registered in
any year, but who achieves an average below 55% will be considered
to have failed the year.
(2) A student who does not pass all courses in which he or she is
registered and achieves below 60% in the courses passed will be
considered to have failed the year.
(3) A student registered in 15 units or more who fails in 6 units or more
will be considered to have failed the year.
(4) A student registered in less than 15 units, who fails in one-third or
more of the units in which he or she is registered will be considered
to have failed the year.
Rationale: Present advancement rules provide for 'a normal course
load' in any one year. A significant number of students now take
other than a normal course load. Rules are revised to accommodate
these students. 7687.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
Report of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Advancement    regulations    for    the   B.Com.   and   Lic.Acct.   degree   programs
(continued)
(4), (5), (6) no change - renumbered (5), (6), (7) - (7) renumbered (8)
(8) A student who is readmitted after a failed year will receive credit for
those courses in the failed year in which a grade of at least 65% was
obtained. A student transferring from another faculty with a failed year
on the record will receive credit for those courses in the failed year in
which a grade of at least 65% was obtained.
Rationale: Students who transfer to Commerce from another faculty
after having failed a year are placed on the same footing as a Commerce
student who is readmitted after a failed year. Credit is given for courses
in which he obtained at least 65%.
(9) no change - formerly (8)"
"Licentiate in Accounting
3.   Advancement
The rules for advancement in the Licentiate in Accounting program
are the same as for the B.Com. program."
Dr. Smith        )   That the proposals of the Faculty of Commerce
Dean Lusztig  )   and Business Administration concerning revisions
to the advancement  regulations for  the B.Com.
and   Lic.Acct.   degree   programs   be   approved,
subject to the amendments recommended by the
Senate Admissions Committee.
Carried
Curriculum Committee (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Richards presented the report.
Faculty of Applied Science, School of Architecture, Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Education
The committee recommended approval of proposals submitted by the
Faculty of Applied Science, the School of Architecture and the Faculties of
Commerce and Business Administration, Dentistry and Education, with the
exception of the proposed change in prerequisite for Electrical
Engineering 478 (being withheld pending submission of a similar change for
CPSC 414 which is cross-listed with Electrical Engineering 478) and subject
to modifications to the course descriptions of ORBI 412, ORME 424,
ORME 420, ORTH 420, PCDY 410, REST 410 and REST 442. 7688.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Applied Science, School of Architecture, Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration, Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Education
(continued)
Dr. Richards ) That   the  proposals  of   the  Faculty  of  Applied
Dr. Kelly       ) Science,   the   School   of   Architecture   and   the
Faculties       of       Commerce       and       Business
Administration,    Dentistry    and    Education,    be
approved.
An objection was raised to the committee's proposed change to the
description of ORME 420. It was agreed that this item be withheld pending
resolution of the matter.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Faculty of Medicine
The committee recommended approval of proposals submitted by the
Faculties of Graduate Studies and Medicine, subject to the following exceptions
and changes:
Botany 538 - substitute the words "that make a species a weed" for "confer
weediness" in the description of this course.
Master's Program in Nursing - under the heading "Program" item 2 should
read: "27 units of course work . . ."
Biochemistry Honours Program - delete first and third sentence of note.
This will now read: "Biochemistry 300, 302 or 303 and Biochemistry 301 are
prerequisite to all graduate courses in Biochemistry."
Approval of HCEP 717 and 710 is being withheld pending confirmation that
the Department of Health Care and Epidemiology are willing to make
suggested modifications to the descriptions of these two courses.
Delete the words "Lectures on . . ." from the description of HCEP 713, and
the words "A series of seminars on . . ." from the description of HCEP 714.
The description of HCEP 715 should be modified to read: "A monthly two-
hour seminar on selected journal articles of Community Medicine interest
presented . . . guests."
Approval of a proposed change in the prerequisite statement for MEDG 430
is being withheld pending further consultation.
Approval of the deletion of PHYL 452 is being withheld pending
confirmation that the Department of Physiology are willing to agree to the
suggestion that this course be retained with a note that it will not be offered
this year. 7689.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Faculty of Medicine (continued)
Dr. Richards ) That  the proposals of  the Faculty of Graduate
Dr. Kelly        ) Studies and the Faculty of Medicine be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Physical Education and Recreation,
and the Faculty of Arts
The committee recommended approval of proposals submitted by the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, the School of Physical Education and Recreation, and
the Faculty of Arts, with the exception of PHED 383, which is being withheld
pending further consultation, and subject to the following amendments:
PHED 489 -   remove the words" Presentation and discussion of . . ." from
this description of this course
PHED 360, 364, 366, 380, 381 - under "Prerequisites" add "or PHED 260"
Dr. Richards  ) That      the     proposals      of      the     Faculty      of
Dean Riedel    ) Pharmaceutical Sciences, the School of Physical
Education   and   Recreation,   and  the  Faculty  of
Arts, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposal to establish the Bank of Montreal Chair in International Finance
It was stated in the material circulated that the Bank of Montreal had provided an
endowment to establish a Chair in International Finance. The objective of the gift is
to help support research activities within the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration at The University of British Columbia. The timing of the gift in 1981
coincides with the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration. 7690.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposal to establish the Bank of Montreal Chair in International Finance (continued)
Dean Lusztig ) That   Senate   approve  the  establishment   of  the
Dr. Kelly ) Bank of Montreal Chair in International Finance.
Carried
Children's Health Research Foundation of British Columbia
Senate was informed that the University had been notified that under the new
Constitution and bylaws of the Children's Health Research Foundation (formerly the
Health Centre for Children Society), the appointment of a representative of Senate to
the Foundation's directorate has been discontinued.
President's Report 1980-81
The President's Report 1980-81 had been circulated for information.
Other business
Budget Committee
Dr. Scudder, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, stated that the
committee had received the report of the President's Committee on Fiscal
Retrenchment together with all of the background documentation and the impact
statements that were submitted to that committee. The committee had undertaken a
detailed study of the material and would be giving advice to the President and would,
of course, report back to Senate in accordance with the motion passed at the
December meeting.
Dr. Scudder further stated that the committee had asked him to report that it had
paid special attention to certain statements made on pages 3-6 of the retrenchment
document concerning the need for further discussion of longer term problems. While
wishing neither to restrict or infringe on the options available to the President, nor in
any way encroach on the intra-Faculty judgements that are the prerogative of the
Deans, the Senate Budget Committee submitted the following notice of motion: 7691.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
Other business
Budget Committee (continued)
"That  the following be added to the terms of reference of the Senate Budget
Committee:
To make recommendations to the President and to report to Senate concerning
academic priorities and related fiscal planning within the University."
In   reply   to   a   query   the   Chairman   stated   that   designated   members  of   the
President's Committee on Fiscal Retrenchment would be meeting with members of
the Finance Committee of the Board of Governors later this month.
Tributes Committee (in camera)
Emeritus status
Dean Larkin reported that  the committee recommended that the following be
granted emeritus status:
Dr. Saul Miller -    Clinical Professor Emeritus of Anatomy
Dr. J. E. Musgrove   -    Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Dr. W. G. Trapp        -    Clinical Assistant Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Dean Larkin      )       That    the    recommendations    of    the    Tributes
Dean Webber     )       Committee     concerning     emeritus     status     be
approved.
Carried
Memorial Minute
The following memorial statement had been prepared in accordance with the
custom of Senate in recognition by the University and the Senate of the late
John Moncrief Turnbull. 7692.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
Tributes Committee
Memorial Minute (continued)
IN MEMORIAM
JOHN MONCRIEF TURNBULL
John Moncrief Turnbull was born in Montreal in 1877. He graduated from McGill
University in 1897 and soon after came to British Columbia to work as a Mining
Engineer. In 1915 he was asked by President F. F. Wesbrook, to advise the University
on the establishment of a mining education program.
He was offered the post of Head of the Mining Department and in accepting became
the second appointment to the University faculty. From that date until 1945 when he
retired, Professor Turnbull headed the Department of Mining and Metallurgy in the
Faculty of Applied Science. He was a member of Senate for 16 years, the first 12 of
which were from I 915 to 1927.
Professor Turnbull was active in his emeritus years, frequently coming to campus to
give special lectures. His last visit was in 1979, when at the age of 101 he lectured
on the mining industry in British Columbia at the turn of the century.
With the passing of Professor Turnbull on January 2, 1982, the University has lost the
last of its original faculty members, the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy
its oldest member, the Association of Professional Engineers of British Columbia its
registrant number five.
As a distinguished Canadian who played a major role in developing the mining industry
of British Columbia, who was responsible for guiding the education of Mining and
Metallurgy students for a whole generation, Professor Turnbull will be long
remembered as an outstanding figure in the history of the Province and the
University.
Professor Turnbull was predeceased by his wife Gladys and is survived by three sons,
six grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren.
Dr. Larkin )      That the memorial statement for John Moncrief
Dean Wedepohl  )      Turnbull be spread on the minutes of Senate and
that   a   copy   be   sent   to   the  relatives   of   the
deceased.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 8:40 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, February 17, 1982.
Secretary
Confirmed
Chairman 7693.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
Mary L. Bollert Bursary Fund - To honour the memory of the late Mary L. Bollert,
first bean of Women at The University of British Columbia, women graduates of the
University and members of Miss Bollert's family have established a fund to assist
women students. Bursaries to a total of approximately $400 per annum will be
awarded in consultation with the Women Students' Office. (Please note that this
award will be made available in the 1982/83 Winter Session.)
Brissenden Prize in Art Education - A prize of $250 will be awarded to the student in
Education 425 or Education 404 who produces the best project designed for the
teaching of some aspect of the art of B.C. This award will be made in October of
each year on the recommendation of the department.
Brissenden Scholarship in Art Education - A scholarship of $500 will be awarded to a
student enrolled in ARTE 441 (Art Education Theory and Research) who submits the
best proposal for a project designed to develop for pupils a further understanding in
art in B.C. This award will be made in April of each year on the recommendation of
the department. (Please note that this award will be available in the 1981/82 Winter
Session.)
Chevron Fellowships in Oceanography - A fellowship in the amount of $8,000 has been
made available by Chevron Canada Limited, Vancouver, and Chevron Standard
Limited, Calgary, to a graduate student in the Department of Oceanography. The
award will be made on the recommendation of the Department of Oceanography to a
student entering the first year of the program. Two additional fellowships of $1,000
each are available for students to help defray costs during the early part of the
graduate program. (Please note that these fellowships will be made available for the
1981/82 Winter Session.)
Coopers & Lybrand - Donald McLean Anderson Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship
of $750 has been established in memory of Donald McLean Anderson. This scholarship
will be awarded annually to a student who has completed, with high academic
standing, his or her third year of study in the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration, and is entering the final year of the Accounting and MIS option. The
successful applicant will be one who, in the opinion of the Faculty, most clearly shows
consistent general academic achievement throughout his or her three years, but with
special emphasis in accounting. Further information may be obtained from the
offices of the Dean of Commerce and Business Administration. Applications must be
submitted no later than January 15th. (Please note that this award will be made
available for the 1982/83 Winter Session.)
Coopers & Lybrand Service Scholarships - Two scholarships of $1,000 each will be
given annually by Coopers & Lybrand, Chartered Accountants, to students who have
completed three years of study in the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration and are planning to proceed to the fourth year of the Accounting and
MIS option. The successful candidates will have shown a consistently high record of
academic achievement and will possess the well-rounded personality and aptitude
which, in the opinion of the Faculty and Coopers & Lybrand, denote the potential to
be a successful Chartered Accountant. Coopers & Lybrand will provide summer
employment between the students' third and fourth year. Further information may be
obtained from the offices of the Dean of Commerce and Business Administration.
Applications must be submitted no later than January 15th. (Please note this award
will be available in the 1982/83 Winter Session.) 7694.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate (cont inued)
Digital Equipment of Canada Ltd. Award of Merit - An award of a medal and $100
will be made annually to a student completing a B.Sc. degree in Computer Science or
a B.Com. degree with an option in Computer Science. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of Computer Science on the basis of academic
standing. (Please note that this award will be made available in the 1981/82 Winter
Session.)
Fisons Corporation Limited Prize - A prize in the amount of $100 and a bronze
medallion has been made available by Fisons Corporation Limited to the graduating
student in the Faculty of Medicine demonstrating excellence in allergy and
immunology. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. (Please
note that this award will be made available in the 1981/82 Winter Session.)
Fisons Corporation Limited Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $500 has
been made available by Fisons Corporation Limited. The award will be made to a
student in the Faculty of Medicine, demonstrating excellence in allergy and
immunology. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. (Please
note that this award will be available in the 1981/82 Winter Session.)
Harper, Grey, Easton Prize in Insurance Law - A prize in the amount of $200 has been
made available by Harper, Grey, Easton and Associates. The award will be made to
the student achieving the highest standard in the subject of Insurance. (Please be
advised that this award will be made available for the 1981/82 Winter Session.)
Harper, Grey, Easton Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $800 has been
made available by Harper, Grey, Easton and Associates. The award will be made to a
student who has achieved high standing and is entering the second or third year in the
Faculty of Law. (Please note that this award is available in the 1982/83 Winter
Session.)
Steve House Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $150 has been
made available in memory of Steve House who passed away in the fall of 1981 while
in the final stages of completing the requirements to be a chartered accountant. His
ability to remain steadfast in his educational and employment commitments, his sense
of humour in addressing the world around him and those in it against great odds, and
his courage in facing the disease that disabled him but never handicapped him are the
quqlities that are to be immortalized in this award. The award will be made to a
student in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration with preference
given to a student who is disabled or has made a concerted effort in his/her schooling
while having to deal with some physical, mental, emotional, or social obstacle. The
award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. 7695.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate (continued)
Ann McCullough Memorial Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $250 has been
established by friends of Ann McCullough, B.A. 1930, who worked for the University
in the Registrar's Office and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, for more than
thirty years. The bursary will be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences who requires financial assistance to complete his/her studies. In making the
award, preference will be given to a Canadian citizen from a rural or farm
background. (Please be advised that this award will be made available in the 1982/83
Winter Session.)
Dr. John L.Qui ton Memorial Prize in Anaesthesiology - An annual prize in the
amount of $200 has been established in memory of Dr. John L. Oulton, by his friends
and associates. Dr. Oulton was a Clinical Associate Professor in Anaesthesiology and
Assistant Director of Anaesthesiology at the Vancouver General Hospital. He was
Director of the Departmental Medical Technology Laboratory at the time of his
sudden passing in 1981. He is remembered for his clinical and scientific expertise in
the area of medical technology development in Anaesthesiology. The prize will be
awarded to the undergraduate proceeding to the fourth year considered by the
Department as demonstrating general proficiency in the understanding of Clinical
Anaesthesiology. (Please be advised that this award will be made available in the
1981/82 Winter Session.)
Rehabilitation Medicine Alumni Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $500 has been
made available by the School of Rehabilitation Medicine - Class of '82. The award
will be made to students enrolled in the third or fourth year and will be based on
financial need, academic standing, and participation in school activities. The
recommendation will be made by a joint faculty-student committee. (Please be
advised that this award will be available for the 1982/83 Winter Session.
Vancouver General Hospital Psychiatry Prize - This prize in the amount of $200 is
awarded to a student in the second year of Medicine who, in the opinion of the
Department of Psychiatry, has demonstrated particular competence in psychiatry
during the second year. (Please be advised that this award is available in the 1981/82
Winter Session.) 7696.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Chemical Engineering
New course
Deletion
Cross-listing
Civil Engineering
Changes
Electrical Engineering
New course
Changes
Deletion
Geological Engineering
Change
Mechanical Engineering
Changes
CHML   251    (Ife)   Transport Phenomena I
351    (Ife)   Transport Phenomena II
CHML   352
CHML  478 - cross-list with METL 464
CIVL     250 - change in description
251 - change in description and prerequisite
ELEC    359    (I fe)   Signals and Communications
360    (I fe)   Systems and Control
491    (I)     Topics in ElectricdPEnqineering II
ELEC    261 - change in hours
483 - change in description, units and hours
490 - change in title, units and hours
ELEC    355
GEOL    305 - change in title
MECH   491 - change in hours
473 - change in title
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
Change
Program change:
Deletions
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
MMPE   250 - change in description, units and hours
MMPE  470 - change in description, units and hours
METL 372 to be added to the MMPE core curriculum
in Fourth Year
MMPE 371 and 360
Rationalization of course numbering
During the discussion in the Senate regarding the proposal of the School of
Architecture to change the B.Arch. degree program to a Master of Architecture
degree program, the Chairman of the Senate Curriculum Committee indicated
that while the proposal should be approved in principle, there were some changes
in course numbering that were required to make the proposed program consistent
with other university programs.   The changes are as follows: 7697.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Rationalization of course numbering (continued)
Reserve numbers in series:   Arch. 300-399 for pre-Architecture courses;
Arch. 400-499 for revised M.Arch. introductory
courses;
Arch. 550-599 for revised M.Arch. intermediate
courses;
Arch 600-650 for revised M.Arch. advanced
courses; and
Arch. 500-550 for existing M.Arch. courses which
will be phased into a new post-
professional Masters degree (proposal
will be before Senate in Fall 1982).
81-82 Course No. in Calendar
82-83 Course No. approved by Senate Jan. 21/81
Revised Course No. for 82-83 by this submission
COURSE TITLE
400
581
400
401
582
401
406
580
406
419
419
563
425
425
550
436
436
552
440
585
645
442
442
553
446
502
554
447
447
555
448
506
556
450
450
557
451
451
558
453
453
559
455
534
560
457
521
561
458
587
600
459
588
601
461
461
587
_
480
562
-
495
599
498
589
649
499
590
650
-
531
602
-
533
604
-
535
603
Arch. Design IA
Arch. Design IB
Introductory WORKSHOP
Computer Applications in Architecture 2
History of Urban Planning:  Workshop
Arch. Structures 2
Arch. Design 3A
Housing and Community
Contemporary Issues in Architecture
Urban Design: Workshop
History of Theories of Architecture
Design Management
Architectural Practice
Arch. Science 2
Energy and Building Design
Geometry of the Built Environment
Arch. Seminar
Directed Studies
Study of Architecture Abroad
Project Planning
Special Topics in Architecture
Graduation Design Project:  Part I
Graduation Design Project:  Part 2
Arch. Technology 3
Arch. Science 3
Arch. Structures 3 7698.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (continued)
Transferability to new M.Arch Program - 1982-83
Change the second and third paragraphs under the heading Implement the new
M.Arch Program on page 7491 of the Senate minutes, to read:
"All students currently enrolled in the B.Arch program will be given the option of
transferring to the new M.Arch program in the 1982-83 session or subsequent
years, in which case they would have to complete an additional 4 one-credit
courses and meet all the other requirements of the new M.Arch program.
Students who do not opt to join the M.Arch program as above will continue under
the B.Arch program as it stands in the 1981-82 Calendar until they complete the
requirements for the B.Arch degree."
FACULTY OF ARTS
Geography
New course GEOG  424    (Ife)     Medical Geography
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Program Approval (p. 100, 1981-82 calendar - change to read as follows:)
The student is reminded of the university rule regarding program responsibility.
The student is responsible for the completeness and accuracy of registration as it
relates to the regulations of the program in which he/she is enrolled.
B.Com. Option Requirements (p. 100 - changes underlined)
Pre-Commerce
Students who apply to enter the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration must have completed 15 units, including English 100,
Economics 100, and three units from Mathematics 100, 101, III and 130. Credit
will not be granted for Mathematics 105 or 203. Students should note the English
Composition requirements of the Faculty. Electives may not be taken from
courses in Commerce and Business Administration.
Second Year Commerce
The Second Year Program will consist of Commerce 211 (or Mathematics 205),
212, 220, 254, 261, 271 and six units of electives from a Faculty other than
Commerce and Business Administration. Commerce 241 may be taken as an
elective, providing equivalent non-Commerce units are taken in later years.
Economics 201, 202 normally are taken in First Year Commerce. However,
transfer students from another Faculty, from another university, or from a
college, may take Economics 201, 202 in Second Year Commerce. All students
are required to complete a non-credit course in Public Speaking.
Students who have taken a course in Probability or Statistics prior to entering the
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration should see the Director of the
Undergraduate Program. Students are referred to pages 301 and 302 of tn"e
Calendar for courses in Probability and Statistics which normally are not allowed
for credit in the hacuity of Commerce and Business Administration. 7699.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (continued)
Third and Fourth Year Option Programs
Normally electives in the Third and Fourth Years shall be chosen from courses
numbered 300-level or above. Up to 3 units may be selected from courses at the
200-level. Normally courses of the 100-level may not be taken for credit by a
student registered in Third or Fourth Years.
Electives may be chosen from courses in any Faculty including Commerce and
Business Administration, but at least 6 units must be taken outside Commerce at
the 300-level or above.
Prerequisites Added to Course Descriptions
Course Prerequisite     Course        Prerequisite     Course Prerequisite
COMM 153 COMM 151 COMM 421 COMM 322 COMM 468 COMM 364
COMM 357 COMM 355 COMM 422 COMM 322 COMM 475 COMM 374
COMM 408 COMM 407 COMM 423 COMM 322 COMM 476 COMM 376
COMM 418 COMM 318 COMM 452 COMM 355
Prerequisites Deleted from Course Descriptions
COMM 220, 254, 320, 432, 441, 456, 471 and 491.
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Oral Biology
New course
Oral Medicine
New course
Deletion
Oral Surgery
Deletion
Orthodontics
ORBI   412 (I)     Dental Morphology
ORME 424 (fe)     Principles of  Medicine and Physical
ORME 443 ^gnosis
ORSU 421
Change ORTH 420 - change in description, units and hours
Preventive and Community Dentistry
New course PCDY 410    (Ife)   Preventive Dentistry
Restorative Dentistry
Changes REST 410 - change in description
442 - change in description and units
Deletion REST 424, 444 7700.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Visual and Performing Arts in Education
New course MUED 103    (I)     Introduction to the Kodaly Method
Change 405  - change in title and description
Curriculum and Instructional Studies
Changes EDUC 396, 404 -   change in description
Change in program description for the Fifth Year of the B.Ed. (Secondary);
"3-9 units chosen from Education 312,... 389, 394, 396**, 400 . . ." and add
the following footnote after existing footnote*:
"** maximum 3 units"
Change   in   program   description   for   the   One-Year   Program   (Secondary)   for
Graduates of Faculties other than Education:
"4fe - 7fe units chosen from Education 312 .. . 394, 396**, 400 . . ." and add
the following footnote*:
"** maximum 3 units"
Revision of Five-Year Major in Special Education
First Year Units
English 100  3
A first year laboratory science (Biology 101 or 102 recommended) .   . 3
Psychology 100  3
Academic Elective  3
Anthropology Sociology 100  3
Education 197  0
15
Second Year Units
English at the 200-level  3
Psychology 200  3
Academic Electives (Sociology 200 or 230 suggested)  6
Education 305  3
Education 310  Ife
Education 312  Ife
Education 297  0
18 7701.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Revisions of Five-Year Major in Special Education (continued)
Third Year Units
9 units in Psychology, chosen from 300, 301, 304, 309, 313, 316, 401, 414
or
9 units in Anthropology, chosen from 301, 304, 316, 329, 401, 413, 417, 430
or
9 units in Sociology, chosen from 354, 356, 361, 368, 473, 477, 480 ...  9
Education 303 or 304 3
Education 316* Ife
Education 431* Ife
Education 429* I fe
Education 322 Ife
Education 397 0
18
Fourth Year Units
Term I
Education 315  Ife
Education 323  I
Education 369  3
Education 400 or 430 or 470  3
Education 436*  Ife
Academic or professional electives  3
Term II
Education 31 I  Ife
Education 437*  I Ife
Education 497  0
16
Fifth Year Units
Term I
Education 321  Ife
Education 343*  Ife
Education 344*  Ife
Education 348*  Ife
Education 461*  Ife
Term II
Education 342*  Ife
Education 345*  Ife
Education 347*  Ife
Electives
Select 3 units from
Education 313, 314, 317, 318, 324, 346, 403, 406, 408, 418, 419, 423, 424,
434, 471, 478, 479, 481, 482, 483, Physical Education 362, 467, 468.   .   .   3
15 7702.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION (continued)
Mathematics and Science Education
New Concentration:
First and Second Years
(a) 3 units of laboratory science chosen from BIOL 101,  102, CHEM 103,  110,
120, GSED 190, GEOL 105, 107, PHYS 110, 115, 120
and
(b) 3 units of Mathematics chosen from MATH 100, 101, 105, III, 130, 203.
Fourth Year
9 units from Education 372, 373, 409, 485, 488, General Science 309.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Calendar statement on Master's Degree with Thesis
Under "Examinations and Thesis" paragraph 3 should read:
"ln the creative and performing arts, a thesis may consist of creative work
(e.g., paintings, writings, etc.) or of a performance, but departments may, at
their discretion, prescribe additional materials".
The existing paragraph E-3 should be renumbered as E-4
Botany
New course BOTA    538    (I fe) Topics in Weed Ecology
Cjvil Engineering
Changes CIVL     513 and 514-     change in description, units and
hours
Deletion CIVL     515
Education
Change EDUC   536 - change in description
Health Care and Epidemiology
M.Sc. in Health Services Planning - change in program requirement, now reads:
"The program permits choice of elective courses in many other Faculties and
Departments whose faculty are not listed here. Students are required to
complete 27 units of study, including a thesis." 7703.
Wednesday,  January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Mathematics
New course MATH     556        (Ife)   Elementary Partial Differential Equations
Nursing
New courses
Changes
NURS      510 (Ife) Theory Development in Nursing
542 (4) Selected Concepts in Clinical Nursing
546 (I fe) Nursing and the Delivery of Healthcare
548 (I fe) (finical Specialization I
580 (3) Teaching in Clinical Nursing
588 (6) Clinical Specialization II
NURS      564 - change in title, description, and prerequisite
522, 574, 597 -change in title, description, units
and hours
Deletions NURS     515,524,535,536,537,565,584,591
Change in Calendar entry for the Master's Program in Nursing:
The Program
The M.S.N, degree requires the successful completion of a two-year program of
study.   The candidate may elect to complete:
1. 24 units of course work and a thesis for 3 units, or
2. 27 units of course work, at  least one major essay, and a comprehensive
examination.
Core requirements for the M.S.N. Degree
NURS 510. Theory Development in Nursing (Ife)
NURS 522. Nursing Research (2)
NURS 542. Selected Concepts in Clinical Nursing (4)
NURS 546. Nursing and the Delivery of Health Care (I fe)
NURS 597. Graduate Seminar in Professional Nursing (Ife)
Health Care and Epidemiology 400 Statistics in the
Health Sciences or equivalent (life)
Clinical specialization focus:
NURS 548.       Clinical specialization I
NURS 588.       Clinical specialization II
(Ife)
(6)
4.5 units:    support courses, chosen with faculty adviser 7704.
Wednesday,   January 22,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Core requirements for the M.S.N. Degree (continued)
Teaching focus:
NURS 564.     Curriculum Development in Nursing
NURS 580.     Teaching in Clinical Nursing
(3)
(3)
6 units:  support courses, chosen with faculty adviser
Administration focus:
NURS 574.     Administration in Nursing (6)
6 units:  support courses, chosen with faculty adviser
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Biochemistry
Change BIOC   301 - change in prerequisite and hours
Change in Biochemistry Honours Program:
Honours
First Year
Second Year
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
Biology 200
(Ife)
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
(3)
Biology 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Chemistry 203
(3)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Chemistry 220
(3)
Physics 110 or 115, or 120
(3)
Mathematics 200
(Ife)
English 100
(3)
Microbiology 200
(3)
Arts elective      .
(3)
Science elective
(life)
(15)
(18)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Biochemistry 303
(3)
Biochemistry 402
(life)
Biochemistry 301
(Ife)
Biochemistry 403
(Ife)
Chemistry 313
(3)
Biochemistry 404
(1)
Chemistry 305
(3)
Biochemistry 449
(3)
Biology 334
(life)
Two units from Chemistry
Physiology 301
(3)
403,405,411,413
(2)
Elective1'2
(3)
Science elective
(3)
Elective1'2
(3)
(18)
(15)
Suggested Science Electives (Majors and Honours): 7705.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Biochemistry (continued)
Computer Science 115
Computer Science 118
Mathematics 205
Zoology 203
Second, Third or Fourth Year
(3)
(Ife)
(Ife)
(Ife)
Third or Fourth Year
Biochemistry 430
Biology 300
Biology 301
Biology 330
Biology 334
Botany 435
Chemistry 335
Chemistry 403
Chemistry 405
Chemistry 41 I
Chemistry 413
Chemistry 435
(1)
Microbiology 302
(life)
(Ife)
Microbiology 325
(life)
(Ife)
Microbiology 402
(life)
(3)
Microbiology 409
(Ife)
(Ife)
Physiology 303
(Ife)
(3)
Zoology 304
(life)
(3)
Zoology 408
(Ife)
(1)
Zoology 405
(life)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
Nine units of arts are required for graduation
Biochemistry 300, 302 or 303 and Biochemistry 301 are prerequisite to all graduate
courses in Biochemistry.
Health Care and Epidemiology
Changes
Microbiology
Changes
Physiology
New course
Deletion
HCEP   711,715- change in description
713, 714, 716 - change in title and description
MICB    447    Directed Studies - change to PATH 447
457    (Ife) Clinical  Laboratory Microbiology - change
toPATIT437        	
720 Microbiological Diagnosis - change to PATH 720
721 Microbiological Research - change to PATH 721
722 Microbial Infections - change to PATH 722
PHYL   453    (Ife) Topics in Human Physiology
PHYL   451 7706.
Wednesday,   January 20,   1982.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Changes PHAR   335 -       change     in     number,     title,     description,
prerequisites and corequisites (formerly 440)
340, 345 - change      in      title,      description,      and
prerequisite
448 - change in prerequisite
350 - change in hours and units
Deletions 440, 404
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
New course PHED   489    (I fe/3)d Seminar
Changes PHED   366 - change in title, description and prerequisites
261, 300, 360, 362, 364, 365, 370, 380, 381, 382, 384,
391, 455, 467, 468, 499 - change in prerequisite
Change in B.P.E. degree requirements:
Physical Education Performance Courses 15 to read:
Physical Education Performance Courses      9-15
Electives 0-6
First Year
Two of Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, Psychology to read:
Non-PHED elective
Year Three and Year Four
PHED Performance Courses 4 to read:
PHED Performance Courses I - 4
Electives 0-3
Add Note 5 - It is strongly recommended that students complete the
physical education core requirements for performance courses
in the first and second years.

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