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 7098.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia for
the Session 1978-79 was held on Wednesday, January 17, 1979 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board
and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Ms. K. Andrew, Dean J. H. M.
Andrews, Mr. J. B. Barnett, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. E. V. Bohn,
Dr. C. B. Bourne, Miss M. F. Boyle, Dr. K. T. Brearley, Mr. T. W. Breen, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. D. A. Coulson, Dr. J. G. Cragg, Dr. J. Dahlie, Mrs. L.
Daniells, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. A. J. Elder, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Mrs. E. D Fulton,
Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. D. Gillespie, Mr. R. H. Goodwin, Ms. P. Gouldstone,
Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. L. D. Jones, Dean W. D. Kitts, Dr. H. C. Knutson, Mr. J.
Kulich, Mr. F. Lee, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Dr. D. J.
MacDougall, Ms. C. E. McAndrew, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dr. J. H. McNeill, Mr. R. K.
Miller, Acting Dean A. D. Moore, Mr. I. S. Moss, Mr. C. Niwinski, Dr. R. A. Nodwell,
Dr. J. F. Richards, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. V. C. Runeckles, Dr. S. O. Russell,
Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. M. Shaw, Dr. J. G. Silver, Mr. D. W. Smith, Dr. R. H. T.
Smith, Dr. G. J. Spitler, Mr. K. Suleman, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. L. Valg, Dean G. M.
Volkoff, Miss C. L. V. Warren, Mr. E. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean R. M. Will,
Dr. M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal.
Observers:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Chancellor
J. V. Clyne, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Dr. A. G. Hannam, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. J. M. Houston,
Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. J. R. Ledsome, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Dr. J. K.
Stager, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mrs. J. C. Wallace
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean Gardner)        That the minutes of the Fourth regular meeting of
Dean Kitts      )        Senate   for   the    Session    1978-79,    having    been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7099.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Riedel      ) That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Dean Gardner  ) accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Attention was drawn to the restrictions placed on some of the awards and it was
suggested that the list of awards be referred to the ad hoc Student Awards Review
Committee before being approved by Senate.
Mr. Goodwin   ) That the list of awards be referred to the ad hoc
Mr. Warren     ) Student Awards Review Committee.
It was pointed out that the committee had been established in order to consider
the question of policy concerning the acceptance of awards and it was felt that until
such policy had been established the granting of these awards should not be delayed.
The motion to refer was lost.
The motion to accept the new awards was put and carried.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (See Appendix 'B')
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Wisenthal ) That the curriculum proposals submitted by the
Dean Kitts      ) Faculty of Agricultural Sciences be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Dr. Wisenthal ) That course changes submitted by the Faculty of
Acting Dean Moore ) Applied Science be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Wisenthal informed Senate that a proposal from the Faculty of Arts to
offer a Master of Archival Studies program had been referred back to its
proposers for reconsideration of the credential since the committee were not
convinced that the Master's designation was appropriate. 7100.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts  (continued)
The committee recommended approval of new courses and course changes
submitted by the Faculty of Arts subject to minor amendments in the wording of
some of the course descriptions. In the case of Sociology 318, a proposed
introductory statistics course, the committee recommended that the title and
description be changed to read the same as that for Mathematics 203.
Dr. Wisenthal explained that there was no policy on the teaching of statistics
courses for the committee to follow. Sociology 318 had proved particularly
contentious and had involved a great deal of discussion and negotiation before
agreement had been reached between Sociology and Mathematics. Sociology
wanted this introductory course as part of their Third Year Program for
pedagogical reasons. They felt that it was the most appropriate time for their
students to take statistics. The committee felt that the issue could not be
satisfactorily resolved until a campus-wide policy on the teaching of statistics had
been established. Therefore, in recommending approval of Sociology 318 the
committee added the proviso that in the event that Senate and the relevant
Faculties should formulate a policy on the campus-wide teaching of statistics
courses, the provision of elementary statistics for Sociology students may be
altered.
Dr. Wisenthal )        That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dr. Brearley   )        Arts be approved.
In amendment:
Dean Will ) That Sociology 318 be approved for the Academic
Dr. Elder  ) Year   1979-80 only,  and   that   Senate  establish  a
committee to study and report on the offerings in
statistics in the various Departments and Faculties
in the University and to report to Senate no later
than the October 1979 meeting.
Amendment to the amendment:
Dr. Cragg ) That instead of Sociology 318 being approved for
Dr. Smith  ) one year, that its title and description revert  to
that   approved  by  the   Faculty  of  Arts with  the
understanding that the proviso added by the Senate
Curriculum Committee would apply.
Lost
The amendment was put and carried.
The motion, as amended, was put and carried. 7101
Wednesday,   January   17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Dr. Wisenthal )        That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dean Lusztig  )        Commerce     and     Business     Administration     be
approved.
In recommending approval of changes proposed by the Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration the committee requested that the Faculty be asked to
consider preparing a statement to the effect that elective courses would be
selected with the approval of the Dean.
Dean Lusztig assured Senate that all programs including electives were
approved by a designate of the Dean and that a calendar statement to that effect
would be prepared.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Education
Dr. Wisenthal    )     That  the proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dean Andrews )     Education be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Forestry
Dr. Wisenthal   )      That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dean Gardner  )      Forestry be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dr. Wisenthal  )       That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dr. Knutson     )       Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
It was noted that approval of a calendar statement concerning Graduate
Studies Naval Architecture was being withheld pending further information.
Dr. Wisenthal informed Senate that revisions to calendar descriptions of
Ph.D., D.M.A., Ed.D., and Master's degrees had been reported to the committee.
However, since there were no substantive changes the material was not
circulated. 7102.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (continued)
Dr. Wisenthal )
Dr. Moore        )
That the proposal of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies to offer an M.Eng. in Clinical Engineering
be approved in principle.
Dr. Wisenthal explained that the committee recommended approval of the
program in principle subject to the provision of a calendar statement which would
be circulated to Senate as soon as it was available.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Wisenthal  )       That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dr. Webber       )        Medicine be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Wisenthal )        That  the  proposals  submitted  by  the  Faculty  of
Dean Riedel    )        Pharmaceutical Sciences be approved.
Faculty of Science
Dr. Wisenthal )
Dean Volkoff  )
Admissions Committee
Carried
That  the  proposals submitted  by  the  Faculty of
Science be approved.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculty of Education
Dr. Finnegan presented the report. It was explained in the report that at the
December 13, 1978 meeting Senate had referred to the Admissions Committee a
request that applicants to the Faculty of Education from secondary school be
permitted to replace two of the academic elective courses in the ten—course
prescribed set of courses related to possible teaching majors such as Home
Economics, Music, Industrial Arts. 7103.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Proposals of the Faculty of Education  (continued)
The committee concluded that it would not be a service either to the
students or the University to reduce admission requirements below the ten
"academic" courses of Grades I I and 12 that will be mandatory in 1981 and
thereafter. The committee were of the opinion that the Faculty could meet its
objective by encouraging students planning to take teacher education to include
subjects of interest as electives in their secondary school studies. The Faculty
should also be in a good position to persuade school counsellors to advise students
appropriately.
Dr. Finnegan ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Education to
Rev. Burns     ) amend    the    admission    requirements    to    permit
replacement   of   academic   electives   by   courses
related to teaching majors be rejected.
Concern was expressed that if the proposal were rejected students going into
teaching majors such as Home Economics, Music or Industrial Arts would have no
high school background in these areas.
Dean Andrews drew Senate's attention to another item on the agenda in
which the Admissions Committee were recommending that admission to the
Bachelor of Education degree programs in the Faculty of Education follow
completion of at least one year of university or college studies. He stated that
until that proposal had been discussed by Senate there was no point in debating the
matter further.
Dean Andrews )       That the proposal be referred back to the Faculty
Dr. Lupini )       of Education for reconsideration.
Carried
At the November 15, 1978 meeting Senate referred to the Admissions
Committee a request for a revised statement on admission and advancement that
would require a 65% minimum average on the best 24 units of courses including
English 100 for students transferring into Third Year Education from other
institutions or on promotion from Second to Third Year; and a similar standard on
24 units of courses prescribed for the senior years for students in Secondary and
Special Education on promotion from Fourth to Fifth year. 7104.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Proposals of the Faculty of Education  (continued)
The committee recommended that the proposal of the Faculty of Education
to raise standards on admission and advancement be approved with the statement
on "selection" to read as follows:
"In the selection of all candidates for admission academic factors are
predominant. Non-academic factors that may influence admission are
maturity, experience and indications of suitability for teaching as revealed
by writing and speaking ability and by expressed motivation and interest in a
teaching career. Selection of candidates for admission is made by majority
vote on an admissions committee which represents both professional and
academic interests of the Faculty of Education. Preference is given to
residents of British Columbia who are either Canadian citizens or landed
immigrants."
Dr. Finnegan     )
Dean Andrews  )
That    the    recommendations   of   the   Admissions
Committee be approved.
In amendment:
Dr. Elder      )
Mr. Warren  )
In amendment:
Mr. Warren    )
Mr. Coulson  )
That the sentence " ... Preference is given to
residents of British Columbia who are either
Canadian citizens or landed immigrants." be
deleted.
Carried
That  the sentence " ... Non-academic factors
teaching career." be deleted.
Lost
The motion, as amended, was put and carried.
Admission to the Faculty of Education
The following proposal concerning admission to the Faculty of Education had
been circulated:
" In studying recent proposals of the Faculty of Education concerning
admission and advancement the Committee concluded that students should not be
admitted, in general, to the Faculty of Education directly from secondary school.
With the raising of standards within the Faculty the variations in the background
of secondary school students make sensible selection more hazardous with the
inevitable raising of expectations on the part of some students that are not
realizable. The further screening resulting from a year of university or college
would benefit the students as well as the university. 7105.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission to the Faculty of Education  (continued)
" A report prepared by a committee of the Joint Board of Teacher Education
for submission to the Minister of Education in June 1978, entitled "The Education
and Training of Teachers in British Columbia" gave as its first recommendation
the raising of admission to Faculties of Education to a year beyond secondary
school. The report recommended "that completion of at least one academic year
(15 units, five two term courses) in an academic Faculty ... be a prerequisite for
admission to a Faculty of Education." The report was obviously concerned with
the maturity of applicants. The Senate Admissions Committee concurs with the
proposal on the basis of our experience with other professional programs of study
on this campus.
The additional year would represent a more homogeneous set of conditions
of learning and maturity and would therefore make possible more reliable
differentiation among applicants than would be possible on admitting students
directly from secondary school.
The Senate Admissions Committee recommends that the proposal which
follows be received by Senate at its meeting of January 17, 1979 but not be
debated until its meeting of February 14, 1979 by which time the Dean of the
Faculty of Education would have the opportunity of presenting the reaction of his
Faculty to it.
Proposal
That admission to Bachelor of Education degree programs in the Faculty
of Education follow completion of at least one year of university or
college studies;
and further,
(i) that the minimum standing in the prerequisite first year university
or college be an average of 60% or a gradepoint average of 2.5;
(ii) that special programs such as the Native Indian Teacher Education
Program (N.I.T.E.P.) and the Yukon Teacher Education Program be
unaltered;
(iii) that courses such as Art Education 100 and Music Education 101
continue to be offered for pre-Education students in other
Faculties, with or without credit in these Faculties as the Faculties
may determine;
(iv) that the seminar courses Education 197 and 198 be dropped and
replaced by a seminar at the next higher year level where emphasis
on orientation should be concentrated."
Dr. Finnegan   )        That   the   proposal   not   be   discussed   until   the
Dean Riedel    )        February 14, 1979 meeting of Senate. 7106.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission to the Faculty of Education  (continued)
Dean Andrews expressed concern that there had been no consultation
between the Faculty of Education and the Admissions Committee. He stated that
there were important ramifications of which the committee were not aware and
that it would take more than a month for the Faculty to report back to Senate on
such a proposal.
Dean Andrews  )     That the proposal  be referred to the Faculty of
Dr. Dennison     )      Education.
The motion to refer was put and carried.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Dr. Bourne presented the report of the Tributes Committee.    Members of the
gallery were asked to leave.
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 Hector
John MacLeod.
IN MEMORIAM
HECTOR JOHN MACLEOD
Dr. Hector John MacLeod, Dean Emeritus of the Faculty of Applied Science, died
on November 30th, 1978, at the age of 91.
Born in Prince Edward Island, Dr. MacLeod started his academic career
impressively by winning the British Association Medal upon graduating from McGill
University in 1914.  Further students led to an A.M. and Ph.D. from Harvard in 1921.
He served with distinction and dedication in two wars; first as Captain and Major
in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces in France and Belgium during World War I.
Following this he commanded the 196th Western Universities Battalion. In World War
II he received the Order of the British Empire for his work on ship protection against
magnetic mines for the National Research Council.
Dr. MacLeod founded the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University
of Alberta, where he was Professor and Head of the Department from 1924 to 1936.
At that time he joined The University of British Columbia faculty as Head of the
combined Departments of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. He became Dean
of the Faculty of Applied Science in 1950. 7107.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Memorial Minute (continued)
Highly respected by colleagues and students, he possessed a delightful sense of
humour; he was known affectionately around the Faculty as "Doc". He managed to
combine a distinguished academic career with an extraordinary interest in
undergraduate problems and activities that won him many student friends. He was
twice Honorary President of the Graduating Class.
For distinguished work in the field of electrical communications he was awarded
a Fellowship in the American Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1946. In 1973 he
became the fourth recipient of the McNaughton Medal, given by the Canadian Region
of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers for his "pioneering
achievement in Electrical Engineering education in Western Canada".
Dr. MacLeod served on the University Senate as a representative of the Faculty
of Applied Science from 1942 to 1948, as a representative of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies from 1949 to 1950, and as Dean of Applied Science from 1950 until his
retirement in 1953.
The University conferred on him the Honorary Degree Doctor of Science in 1956.
The Electrical Engineering building bears his name.
Senate extends to Mrs. MacLeod and members of his family its deepest sympathy
at his passing.
Dr. Bourne       )        That   the   memorial   statement   for   Hector   John
Dean Volkoff )        MacLeod be spread on the minutes of Senate and
that   a   copy   be   sent   to   the   relatives   of   the
deceased.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 10.20 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, February 14, 1979.
Secretary
Confirmed
Chairman 7108.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
The Peter Bain Scholarship - Scholarships in the amount of approximately $10,000
per annum have been made available for a ten year period commencing with the
1979-80 academic session. The awards will be made to male students of superior
ability who matriculated from secondary schools in the rural areas and in
communities in B.C. having a population of not more than five thousand people.
The funds have been made available by the late Peter Bain.
The Charles A. and Jane C.A. Banks Bursaries - Bursaries totalling approximately
$30,000 per annum have been made available by the late Charles A. Banks. The
awards will be made to students demonstrating financial need.
The Edith Barlow Bursary Fund - Bursaries totalling approximately $1,400 per
annum have been provided by the late Edith Barlow. The purpose of the fund is to
provide assistance for women students of good academic standing and in need of
assistance to enable them to continue their studies.
The Dr. A.E.H. Bennett Medical Bursaries - Income from a bequest provided by
Dr. A.E.H. Bennett provides bursaries for students in the Faculty of Medicine.
The V.C. Brink Book Prizes - These prizes are awarded annually for outstanding
achievement in the essay and other requirements and for leadership in the course
Agriculture 300 - Field Trip. They were awarded as the Dean B.A. Eagles Book
Prizes from 1950 to 1978 when they were renamed and endowed by Dean and
Mrs. Eagles in honour of Dr. Vernon C. Brink, first Director of the Field Trip, on
the occasion of his retirement in 1978 as Professor of Agronomy in the
Department of Plant Science.
The Mollie Cottingham Scholarship - An annual scholarship in the amount of
approximately $450 has been made available by the late Mollie E. Cottingham who
retired as Professor Emerita in the Faculty of Education in 1971 after being on
the staff of the University for 13 years. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty to a student entering the final year of Elementary
or Secondary Education, or the One Year Program for Graduates (Elementary or
Secondary), and who is specializing in History and Social Studies.
The Robert C. Gibson Memorial Bursary - One or more perpetual bursaries
totalling approximately $750 have been provided in memory of Robert C Gibson.
The awards will be made to assist handicapped students at The University of
British Columbia.
The Thomas and Myrtle Gibson Memorial Bursary - A perpetual bursary in the
amount of approximately $750 has been provided in memory of Thomas and Myrtle
Gibson, long—time residents of Vancouver, British Columbia. The award will be
made to a student in the Faculty of Medicine with particular preference for a
student demonstrating an interest in the treatment of respiratory diseases.
The I.O.D.E. (Royal Bride Chapter) Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $150 has
been made available by the Royal Bride Chapter of the I.O.D.E., Victoria. The
award will be made to a female student entering second year of the Faculty of
Medicine. In making the award, preference will be given to a student from the
Victoria area. 7109.
Wednesday,   January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
The Frank Stanzl Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $350 has been made available by friends and colleagues in memory
of Frank Stanzl, whose energy and sensitivity contributed uniquely to the quality
of urban architecture in Vancouver. The award will be made to a second year
student showing promise in the area of urban design and potential for leadership in
the profession of architecture. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the School of Architecture and will be based on academic achievement in courses
emphasizing urban studies as well as in completed tutorial projects in urban
design.
The Sharp Family N.I.T.E.P. Prize - A prize in the amount of $150 will be awarded
to the student standing at the head of the Native Indian Teacher Education
Program graduating class for the Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree. The
recommendation will be made by the Faculty of Education and will consider
students graduating in the spring or in the previous fall. 7110.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Summary of changes to Faculty requirements for the B.Sc. (Agr.) Degree
1. Change in the minimum units required for graduation for the B.Sc. (Agr.)
from 62 (Major) or 68 (Honours) to 68 units for all students.
2. Concomitant deletion of the Major and Honours course curricula in favour of
a single curriculum.
3. Introduction of a scheme for awarding honours standing upon graduation
according to grades obtained in the work of the Third and Fourth Years, i.e.,
on graduation honours standing will be granted to students who obtain an
average of at least 80% in the best 33 units of courses selected by the
department which meet the requirements of the Third and Fourth Years.
4. Modification of the Agricultural Sciences "core courses" requirement with the
result that all students would be required to complete Agricultural
Sciences 100 (0), I 10 (I Ife), 300 (I), 410 (I fe) and a minimum of 4fe units chosen
from courses offered within the Faculty but outside the Department and field
in which the student is specializing. The present "core course" requirement is
Agricultural Sciences 101 (3), 201 (3), and 300 (I).
5. Introduction of 4fe units of unrestricted electives which may be chosen, to
provide additional breadth in agricultural science subjects or in other subject
areas, or to provide additional depth in the student's field of specialization or
to develop a coherent secondary or minor interest area.
6. Modification of the present requirement for the inclusion of 3 units of
"non—science" course work to a requirement for 3 units chosen to broaden the
educational base of the program, i.e., students majoring in Agricultural
Economics might choose a physical or biological science, all other students
would choose humanities or social science courses.
7. Inclusion of Economics 100 and Chemistry 103 or I 10 or 120 as a requirement
for all students.
New courses AGSC 100 (0)     Introduction to Agricultural Sciences
AGSC I 10 (I fe)   Introduction to Food Production Systems
AGSC 410 (I fe)  Issues and Problems in Food Production Systems
Deletions
AGSC 201 and 400
Animal Science
New courses
ANSC 414 (I fe)  Animal Breeding Applied to Natural Populations
ANSC 313 (I fe)  Principles of Animal Breeding 71
Wednesday,   January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Animal Science  (continued)
Changes
Deletion
ANSC 258
ANSC 321
ANSC 413
ANSC 422
ANSC 418
ANSC 213
ANSC 424
ANSC 316
ANSC 417
and 323 - change in description
- change in description and hours
- change in title, description, hours and
prerequisite
- change in title, description, units
(from (3) to (I fe)) and hours
- change in title and description
- change in number (formerly 313) and hours
- change in title
- change in number (formerly 416)
Change in program requirements for B.Sc. (Agr.) degree:
The specific changes are: (I) the movement of the first course in genetics from
Third Year to Second Year (Animal Science 213), (2) the inclusion of a required
course in animal breeding (Animal Science 313), (3) the inclusion of a required
course in livestock production (Animal Science 418), and (4) the inclusion of a
required course in livestock feeding.
Food Science
Change
Plant Science
Change
Poultry Science
Changes
Deletions
Soil Science
Change
FOOD 258 - change in description
PLNT 213 - change in number (formerly 313) and hours
POUL 258 - change in description
POUL 323 - change in description and prerequisite
POUL 213 - change in number (formerly 313) and hours
POUL 310 - change in number (formerly 410) title and
hours
POUL 41 I - change in title and description
POUL 321 and 422
SOIL 314 - change in description
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Change APSC 160 - change in hours
Chemical Engineering
Change
CHML 454 - change in units from (2) to (3) and
change in description 7112.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Civil Engineering
Changes CIVL 355 and 459 - change in title and description
Changes in Fourth Year Program:
Change "a minimum of 22 or 23 contact hours per week in each term" to "a
minimum of 21 units" and require that "students must select their courses before
the end of Third Year".
Change "Non Technical elective" to "Free Elective" described as "Any three units
of courses in the University including Civil Engineering, subject to prerequisites
and approval of the Department.".
Electrical Engineering
Changes CPSC 251 - change in program to move course from
second to first term in Second Year program
ELEC 258 - change in number (formerly 354), title and
description
ELEC 353 - change in title, units, hours and description
ELEC 355 - change in hours
ELEC 358 - change in title and description
ELEC 361 - change in units from (2) to (2fe) and hours
ELEC 483 - change in title and description
Deletion ELEC 354
Program changes:
Second Year: Math 300 can be taken instead of Math 350 with the approval of
the Department.
Third Year: Math 320 can be taken instead of Math 360 and 362 with the
approval of the Department.
Fourth Year: Math 300 or 400 level courses may be substituted for the fourth
year elective Math 400, subject to prerequisites and approval of
the Department.
Mechanical Engineering
Changes APSC 275 - change in title
MECH 252 - change program name in Calendar course
description from Agricultural Engineering
to Bio-Resource Engineering
MECH 372 -hours should read (1-3-0; 1-3-0)
Mathematics
Changes MATH 165 and 256 - change in title, description and
prerequisite 7113.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B' (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
New courses
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
SOCI
200 (3)
310(3)
318(Ife)
380 (Ife)
Introduction to Sociology
Canadian Society
Statistical Methods I
Introduction to Social Survey Design
and Analysis
381 (Ife)    Experimental and Laboratory Research
Methods in Sociology
382 (Ife)    Socio-Ethnographic Research Methods
in Sociology
383 (I fe)    Methods of Comparative Analysis
in Sociology
470(llfe/3)d  Sociology of Crime and Justice
Changes
Deletions
SOCI 230 - change in number - formerly 200
SOCI 400 - change in number - formerly 370
SOCI 480 - change in number - formerly 350
SOCI 481 - change in number - formerly 351
SOCI 483 - change in number - formerly 300
SOCI 467 - change in number and units, now (lfe/3)d
(formerly 364 (3))
SOCI 477 - change in number and units, now (lfe/3)d
(formerly 365 (3))
460, 461, 463, 464, 466 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
ANTH 431 - change in description
SOCI 465 - change in description
SOCI 350 and 410 - change in title and description
SOCI 354 and 475 - change in title
SOCI 250, 260, 270, 310-311, 362, 480
Change   in   departmental   requirements   for   major   and   honours   programs   in
Sociology:
Major:        Second Year - Sociology 200
Third and Fourth Years - At least 15 units of Sociology, including
Sociology 310, 318, 350 and at least one of Sociology 380, 381, 382, 383
normally taken in the Third Year. Additional major courses in
Anthropology and Sociology taken in consultation with a departmental
adviser.
Honours:     Second Year - Sociology 200
Admission to Third Year - High second class average in First and
Second Years.
Third and Fourth Years - A total of 18 units in Anthropology and
Sociology including Sociology 310, 318, 350 and at least one of
Sociology 380, 381, 382 or 383 normally taken in Third Year;
Sociology 449. Other courses to be chosen with an assigned adviser.
Courses outside the Department may be taken towards Honours credit
with special permission. 7114.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Asian Studies
New courses
HIND 310 (3)
URDU 401 (3)
HIND 405 (3)
HIND 410 (3)
ASIA 355 (3)
CHIN 305 (3)
CHIN 405 (3)
Accelerated Hindi
Readings in Urdu
Medieval Hindi
Readings in Modern Hindi
Philosophical Tradition of India
Readings in Twentieth Century
Chinese Literature
Readings in Early Modern Chinese
Literature
Changes
Classics
Changes
Deletions
Economics
Changes
English
ASIA 350 - add to description "Given in alternate years"
CHIN 300, 410, 41 I - change in prerequisite
JAPN 310 - change in title and description
CLST 429 -  change in title and units from (3) to (llfe/3)d
LATN 301 - change in prerequisite
LATN 305 - change in description, prerequisites, hours
and number (formerly 425)
Minor revisions to calendar entries for Classics and
Classical Studies
Classics 110 and 220
ECON 429 and 466 - change in prerequisites
Change in departmental requirements:
Under "Honours" change calendar entry to read "... 36 units are required in Third
and Fourth Years - at least 27 units in English courses and at most 30 units."
Fine Arts
Changes
Geography
New courses
FINA 251 and 351 - change in title and description
FINA 429 -change in title and units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
FINA 451 -change in title
GEOG 314 (I fe) Regional Climatology
GEOG 412 (Ife) Air Pollution Meteorology
GEOG 413 (Ife) Regional Hydrology
GEOG 416 (Ife) Slopes 7115.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Geography  (continued)
Changes GEOG 31 I - change in title
GEOG 312 - change in title, description, hours
and prerequisite
GEOG 313 - change in description
GEOG 41 I - change in title, description and
prerequisite
GEOG 467 - delete prerequisite
Hispanic and Italian Studies
New course ITAL 230 (3)  Introduction to Italian Civilization
Changes SPAN 120 - change in prerequisite and number
(formerly I 10)
SPAN 200 - change in prerequisite
SPAN 205 - change in title, description and
prerequisite
Deletions SPAN 371, 477 and 489
New programs in Spanish and Portuguese:
Major and Honours Programs in Spanish and Portuguese
Students wishing to specialize in Spanish may choose to concentrate either on
literature or on language. Both recommended programs provide combinations
of survey courses and more specialized courses. Other combinations may be
approved for individual students who should discuss their needs and interests
with the Department advisers.
First and Second Years:
A
B*
C
D*
Spanish
100
105
120
100
200
300
205
200, 205
In exceptional circumstances consult Department advisers.
Also recommended:  Spanish 211, Portuguese 102, 202.
*Students  who have completed Sequence B above, or who have first class
standing in Sequence D, proceed to Spanish 400.
Program in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Literatures
Major - Third and Fourth Years:
15 units minimum, including the following:
Spanish 300, except for students with Sequence B above, or first class
standing in Sequence D, who take Spanish 400.
Two of the following survey courses:  Spanish 335, 355, 363.
6 units to be chosen from courses numbered 400 or above in consultation with
Department advisers. At least life units must be from a field not covered by
the two surveys. 7116.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
New Programs in Spanish and Portuguese:
Program in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Literatures  (continued)
Honours - Third and Fourth Years:
24 units minimum, including the following:
Spanish 300, except for students with Sequence B above, or first class
standing in Sequence D, who take 3 extra units from the recommended
electives (see below).
Spanish 400.
Two of the following survey courses:  Spanish 335, 355, 363.
9 units to be chosen from courses numbered 400 or above in consultation with
Department advisers. At least Ife units must be from a field not covered by
the two surveys.
Spanish 449, Honours Essay.
A reading knowledge of Latin or another Romance language is strongly
recommended.
Recommended electives: Spanish 400 (for Majors only where applicable), 403,
407, 444, Portuguese 392.
Recommended electives in History:  350, 351, 450, 451, 489.
Program in Spanish with Emphasis on Language
Major - Third and Fourth Years:
15 units minimum, including the following:
Spanish 300, 400, 403. Students with Sequence B or first class standing in
Sequence D omit Spanish 300.
Spanish 407A and 407B or one of the following: Portuguese 102, 202,
Spanish 444 (Catalan), Italian 300. Students with Sequence B or first class
standing in Sequence D take 407A, 407B and one of Portuguese 102, 202,
Spanish 444, Italian 300.
One of the following:  Spanish 335 (recommended), 355, 363.
Honours - Third and Fourth Years:
24 units minimum, including the following:
Spanish 300, 400, 403, 407A, 407B. Students with Sequence B or first class
standing in Sequence D omit Spanish 300.
One of the following: Portuguese 102, Spanish 444 (Catalan), Italian 300.
Students with Sequence B or first class standing in Sequence D must select
two of these courses.
6 units of literature, including at least three units selected from the
following:  Spanish 335 (recommended), 355, 363.
Spanish 449, Honours Essay. 7117.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
New Programs in Spanish and Portuguese
Program in Spanish with Emphasis on Language
Honours - Third and Fourth Years:  (continued)
Students are expected to have a reading knowledge of French.
Recommended electives (to be chosen in consultation with Department
advisers): Spanish 349; Linguistics 319, 320, 420, 425, 435; English 320,
Latin 100.
History
New course
Deletions
Changes
HIST 334 (3)  Europe in the 19th Century
HIST 332, 412 and 485
HIST 422 and 423 - change in title
Transfer of courses from the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies to the
Department of History:
History 351 - formerly Spanish 371
History 451 - formerly Spanish 477
History 489    delete cross-listing "see Spanish 489"
Home Economics
New courses
Museum Studies
HMEC 200 (I fe)  Elements of Program Planning
HMEC 411 (Ife)  Applied Human Nutrition
Insert in Calendar statement that the University Museum of Anthropology offers
training in museum principles and methods for both undergraduate and graduate
students.
Music
New course
Changes
Philosophy
New course
MUSC 163(1)  Contemporary Players
MUSC 120, 320, 322, 323, 324, 325, 327, 328, 420, 422, 423, 424,
425, 427, 428 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)c
PHIL 102(3)   Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking
PHIL 355 (3)  Philosophical Tradition of India  (also listed
as Asian Studies 355) 7118.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Philosophy (continued)
Change in departmental requirements
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Major - Additional units in
Third Year and Fourth Year Philosophy courses (exclusive of 350 and 410) or
Greek 407 or Classical Studies 436 to bring total of Third and Fourth Year courses
to at least 15 units. Only one of Greek 407, Classical Studies 436, Philosophy 323,
and Philosophy 355 may be counted toward the 15 unit Major program in
Philosophy, except with the permission of the Department.
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Honours - Additional units in
Third Year and Fourth Year Philosophy courses (exclusive of 350 and 410) or
Greek 407 or Classical Studies 436 to bring total of Third and Fourth Year courses
to at least 18 units. Only one of Greek 407, Classical Studies 436, Philosophy 323
and Philosophy 355, may be counted toward the 18 unit Honours program in
Philosophy, except with the permission of the Department.
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Changes in curriculum for the B.Com. degree:
Pre-Commerce
Students who apply to enter the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration must have completed 15 units, including English 100, either
Mathematics 130 or Mathematics 100 and 101 and Economics 100. Credit will not
be granted for both Mathematics 105 and Commerce 211. Students should note
the English composition requirement of the Faculty. Electives may not be taken
from courses in Commerce and Business Administration.
First Year Commerce
The first year program for the student who has completed Mathematics 130 only,
will consist of Commerce 110, III, 120, 151, 153, Economics 301 and 302,
Computer Science 101; and 3 units of electives chosen from any Faculty other
than Commerce.
The first year program for the student who has completed Mathematics 100 and
101 will consist of Commerce 110, 120, 151, 153, Economics 301 and 302,
Computer Science 101 and 4fe units of electives chosen from any Faculty other
than Commerce.
Second Year Commerce
The Second Year program will consist of Commerce 211, 212, 222, 254, 261, 271,
291, and 6 units of electives chosen from any Faculty other than Commerce.
Commerce 241 may be taken as an elective of this year, providing equivalent units
are taken outside Commerce in later years. All students are required to complete
a non-credit course in Public Speaking. Students who took Mathematics 105
should see the Director of the Undergraduate Program about their courses.
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. No courses of the 100 - level may be chosen as electives in the Third
or Fourth Years. Electives may be chosen from any Faculty including Commerce,
but at least 6 units must be taken outside of Commerce at 300 - level or above. 7119.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  (continued)
New Option
Computer Science - Option 10:
Third Year
Commerce 322, 331, 391, 356
Computer Science 220, 315
4fe units of electives
(see note)
Fourth Year
Commerce 491, 494
7fe units from Computer Science
300 level or above (see note)
4fe units from Commerce
300 level or above (see note)
3 units of electives
Students entering this option will need to take Computer Science I 18 and 215 as
electives prior to entering Commerce Third Year as they are prerequisites to
Computer Science 315.
The required 7fe units from Computer Science and 4lfe units from Commerce in the
Fourth Year can be taken partially in Third Year.
Students contemplating this option are advised to take Mathematics 221 instead of
Commerce 110; they may take Computer Science 115 (3) instead of Computer
Science 101 (Ife) plus I 18 (Ife).
New courses
Changes
COMM 291 (I) Business Applications of Computers
COMM 211 (Ife) Business Applications of Probability
COMM 212 (Ife) Business Applications of Statistics
COMM 120 (I fe) Principles of Organizational Behaviour
COMM 222 (I Ife) Management of Organizational Behaviour
COMM 153 (life) Financial Accounting
COMM 254 (I fe) Management Accounting
COMM 391 (Ife) Policy Analysis I
COMM 491 (Ife) Policy Analysis II
COMM 333 (Ife) Employment Law
COMM 271 - change in description and units from (2) to (3)
COMM 378 and 379 - change in title and description
COMM 432 - change in description
Deletions COMM 191, 210, 221, 252, 492
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New courses EDUC 308 (I fe)      Craft Skills Development
EDUC 395 (lfe/3)  Regional Field Studies in Education
New Concentration
Italian Concentration - for students wishing to complete a concentration in Italian
and a second language other than English, French is strongly recommended.
First and Second Years:   Italian 100 (3) and 200 (3) or Italian 120 (3) and 220 (3) or
Italian 105 (6) or equivalents.
Third  and  Fourth  Years:
numbered 300 or higher.
Italian  302  or  400 and  six units in  Italian  courses 7120.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION  (continued)
Changes EDUC 343, 344, 345, 364 - change in description
EDUC 396 - change in description and units from
(3/6)to(lfe-6)d
EDUC 404 - change in corequisite
EDUC 409 - change in prerequisite
MUED 201 -addition to description
EDUC 462 - change in hours and units from (3) to (lfe/3)c
EDUC 465 - change in units from (lfe/3) to (lfe-6)c
EDUC 487 - change in description
Changes in descriptions under B.Ed. (Elem.) 4th year
Science Education Concentration and Major in B.Ed. (Elem.)
Science Education Concentration
Science Education Major
Earth and Space Science Major in B.Ed. (Secondary)
Industrial Education Program
Program changes:
Diploma in Education of Visually Impaired Children
This program replaces the present Diploma in Education of Children with Learning
Disorders and is directed towards the preparation of teachers of children who have
learning disorders arising from visual handicaps. The diploma program consists of
one year of full-time study (a minimum of twelve units and extensive practica).
Successful completion of the diploma program may partially satisfy requirements
for teacher certification in British Columbia. The program is made up as follows:
required courses: Educ. 305, 314, 315, 415, 421, 424, 455, Ophthalmology 390 and
Education 399 (minimum of 180 hours practical teaching). Electives include
Education 316, 318, 343, 344, 346, 403, 418, 420, 429, 431, 436, 437, 448, 472, 475.
Prerequisite:  Educ. 312 or consent of instructor.
Deletion Diploma in Education of Children with Learning Disorders
Diploma in Education of the Deaf
Courses currently listed to be classified as either required or elective. Add
Educ. 315, 419, 424 and 448 as electives and delete Educ. 431.
Diploma in Education of the Mentally Retarded
Courses currently listed to be classified as either required or elective. Delete
Educ. 417, add Educ 344 and 346 as required courses and add Educ. 305, 317, 318,
343, 345 and 448 as electives.
Five Year Major in Special Education
Abbreviate paragraph one of Calendar description to read: "The purpose of this
program is to prepare teachers to educate mildly handicapped children (mildly
intellectually impaired, learning disabled and behaviourally disordered)". 7121.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Program changes:  (continued)
Special Education Field Experiences
Change description of Educ. 297 to "Observation, recording behaviour, classroom
experience with individuals and groups".
Abbreviate description of field experience under Educ. 397 to "One practicum in
May in a special education setting".
A number of changes in the courses scheduled to be taken in particular years were
reported.
Mathematics Education Professional Concentration
Change in description and units to bring the program requirements in line with the
unit requirements of most other professional concentrations in Elementary
Education.
Language Arts Concentration
Description changed to include additional courses to give more flexibility.
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science and Industry Program
Change description to read: For Wood Science and Industry interest area a choice
of the following courses should be made after consultation with the Faculty
adviser: First Year: Chem 205, 230, Comm 151 or 459, 261, Math 200, Second
Year: Frst 272 and Phys 155 which should normally be completed by the end of
Second Year Forestry.
New courses
Changes
FRST 370 (I fe)   Wood Anatomy and Properties II
FRST 371 (3)     Wood Deterioration and Protection
FRST 484 (I fe)   Wood Milling and Machining
FRST 272 - change in number, title, description, units
from (2) to (Ife), and hours (formerly 273)
FRST 372 -  change in number, title, description, units
from (2) to (I fe), and hours (formerly 373)
FRST 461 -  change in number, description and units
from (2) to (Ife) (formerly 480)
FRST 473 - change in number, title, description and
prerequisite (formerly 470)
FRST 487 -  change in number, description, units from (2)
to (Ife), hours and prerequisite (formerly 481)
FRST 482 -  change in title, description, units from
(2) to (Ife), hours and prerequisite
FRST 270 and 435 - change in title and description
FRST 236 -  change in description and hours
FRST 348 -  add prerequisite to description
FRST 499 -  change in units from (2/4) to (2) and add
prerequisite to description 7122.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B' (continued)
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Agricultural Economics
Change AGEC 503 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
Anthropology & Sociology
New course
Applied Science
New courses
Asian Studies
New courses
ANTH 541 (3)    Advanced Seminar and Workshop on
Museum Studies
APSC 550 (I fe)   Biomedical Measurements and Biomaterials
APSC 552 (I)      Clinical Engineering Seminar
APSC 554 (3)     Directed Studies in Clinical Engineering
ASIA 502 (lfe/3)c  Research Methods and Source Materials in
ASIA 512 (lfe/3)c
ASIA 5l4(lfe/3)c
ASIA522(lfe/3)c
ASIA532(lfe/3)c
Early Vernacular and Modern Chinese Studies
Advanced Readings in Classical Chinese
Topics in Early Vernacular and Modern
Chinese Literature
Introduction to kambun kundoku
Topics in Traditional Japanese Literature
Changes
Biology
New courses
Botany
New courses
ASIA 501, 513, 533 - change in title
BIOL 522 (life)  Seminar in Marine Benthic Ecology
BIOL 523 (life)  Marine Benthic Ecology
Deletions
Changes
BOTA 501 (Ife)
BOTA 527 (I)
BOTA 532 (Ife)
BOTA 533 (Ife)
BOTA 534 (Ife)
BOTA546(l-6)c
BOTA 525 and 531
Seminar in Botany
Dynamics of Plant Populations
Regulation of Plant Growth and Development
Short Distance Ion Transport
Long Distance Nutrient Transport
Topics in Botany
BOTA 526 - change in title and units from (3) to (I)
BOTA 530 - change in title and units from (3) to (life)
Chemical Engineering
Change in wording of course requirements for the M.A.Sc. and M.Eng. degree:
M.A.Sc. Course - Must include Chemical Engineering 598 and at least 9 units of
courses approved by the student's supervisor and the Department Head.
Normally, the required 9 units will be made up of 6 units chosen from
graduate courses within the Department and 3 units of courses outside
the Department.  Thesis 6 units. 7123.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Chemical Engineering
Change in wording of course requirements for the M.A.Sc. and M.Eng. degree:
(continued)
M.Eng. Course - Must include Chemical Engineering 598 and at least 15 units of
courses approved by the student's adviser and the Department Head.
Normally, the required 15 units will be made up of 6 units chosen from
graduate courses within the Department, 3 units of courses outside the
Department and an additional 6 units chosen from those offered within or
outside the Department.  An essay of at least 3000 words.
Civil Engineering
New course CIVL 509 (I)  Random Vibrations
Changes
CIVL 507 - change in description and unit value from (I) to (Ife)
CIVL 508 - change in description and unit value from (I) to (Ife)
CIVL 519 - change in title and description
Commerce
Change
COMM 579 - change in title and description and addition
of prerequisites
Economics
New course
ECON 576 (Ife)  Urban Economics
Education
Changes
EDUC 572 - change in title and description
EDUC 576 - change in title, description and
unit value from (3) to (lfe-3)d
EDUC 562 - change in title, description and
unit value from (Ife) to (lfe/3)d
EDUC 563 - change in title and description
EDUC 564 - change in title, description and
unit value from (3) to (Ife)
EDUC 523 - change in unit value from (3) to
(lfe/3)d
Electrical Engineering
New courses
ELEC 552 (1)     Theory of Natural Modes in Multi-Conductor
Transmission Lines
ELEC 565(1)     Data Communications
ELEC 593 (1 fe)   Advanced Computer Graphics
Change
ELEC 585 - change in title, description and units
from (Ife) to (I) 7124.
Wednesday,   January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Food Science
New course FOOD 516 (I)  Advanced Environmental Bromatoloqy
Forestry
Changes FRST 530 (3)      Multiple Regression Methods - split into
two courses, now:
FRST 530 (Ife)  Multiple Regression Methods
FRST 531 (I fe)  Multivariate Statistical Methods
FRST 508  -  change in description
Geophysics and Astronomy
Deletion 501
Health Care and Epidemiology
Health Services Planning - minor revisions for the M.Sc. program.
Changes HCEP 501 - change in title
HCEP 502 - change in description
HCEP 505 - change in number and description (now 515)
HCEP 512 - change in description
HCEP 503 (I fe/3)c Health Service Institutions and their Operation
- split into two courses, now:
HCEP 503 (life)  Health Service Institutions and their Operation
HCEP 513 (Ife)  Health Planning
Mechanical Engineering
Changes MECH 573 - change in units from (Ife) to (I) and hours
MECH 574 - change in description and addition of prerequisite
Metallurgy
Change METL 586 - change in title
Mineral Engineering
New courses MINL555 0) Rock Mechanics in Practice
MINL556 0) Rock Slope Engineering
MINL557 0) Underground Stability in Rock
MINL558 0) Tunnel Engineering
Music
New course MUSC 563  Contemporary Players
Pharmaceutical Sciences
New course PHAR 543 (Ife)  Advanced Laboratory in Pharmacology
Changes PHAR 500, 521, 522 - change in description
Physical Education
New courses PHED 564 (I fe)  Psycho-Social Aspects of Physical Activity
PHED 567 (Ife)  Human Motor Performance
PHED 562 (life)  Bioenergetics of PhysicaTActivity
PHED 582 (I fe)  Rise of Modern Sport and Physical Education 7125.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Physical Education  (continued)
Change
Physics
New courses
Changes
Plant Science
Changes
Slavonic Studies
Change
Spanish
Deletion
PHED 571 - change in title and description
PHYS 500 (I)  Electromagnetic Radiation
PHYS 508 (2)  Quantum Field Theory
PHYS 514 (I)  Classical Field Theory
PHYS 502 - change in description
PHYS 511,516, 528, 529, 530 - change in prerequisites
PHYS 518 - change in hours
PHYS 503 and 525 - change in title, description, hours
and prerequisites
PHYS 526 - change in units from (2) to (I), description
and hours
PHYS 522 - change in title and prerequisite
PHYS 504 - change in number, title, description, hours
and prerequisite (formerly 514)
PLNT 525 (3)     Crop Ecophysiology - split into two
courses, now:
PLNT 525 (I fe)  Physiological Origins of Crop Yield
PLNT 526 (life)  Topics in Crop Physiology
PLNT 524 - change in title and description
RUSS 502 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
Spanish and Portuguese 570-571
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Anatomy
Change
Biochemistry
New course
ANAT 405 - change in description, units from (3) to (Ife),
hours and prerequisites
BIOC 400 (3)  Human Biochemistry
Health Care and Epidemiology
New course HCEP 403 (I fe)  Industrial Hazards to Humans
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Changes
PHAR 320 and 325 - change in title and description
PHAR 426, 440, 448 - change in description 7126.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES  (continued)
Deletion PHAR 441
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry
Change in Program:
Honours Biochemistry -   in the Fourth Year course listings change
"Chemistry 303 (2)" to "Two units from
Chemistry 403, 405, 411, 413".
Deletion BIOC 412
Biology
Change BIOL 321 - change in description
Chemistry
New course CHEM 421 (I)    Advanced Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
Changes CHEM 303, 304, 313, 330 - change in description
CHEM 31 I, 321, 417 - change in title and description
CHEM 410 - change in title
Changes in Programs:
Honours and Major Chemistry Programs - in the Third Year course listings for
both programs change the statement "Mathematics 301 (or 315 and 316) or an
approved elective in Science" to "Mathematics 315 and 316 (or an approved
elective in Science)".
Combined Biochemistry and Chemistry Honours Program
In the fourth year course listings:
Change Chemistry 303 (2)
**Chemistry Electives (2)
**To be chosen from Chemistry 312 or one-unit fourth year
Chemistry courses (Chemistry 403, 41 I and 413 recommended).
to Chemistry 403 (I)
**Chemistry Electives (3)
**To be chosen from Chemistry 312 or one-unit fourth year
Chemistry lecture courses (Chemistry 41 I, 413, 405 and 406
recommended). 7127.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Computer Science
Changes
CPSC 321 - change in title, description and prerequisite
CPSC 420 - change in prerequisite
CPSC 422 - change in description and prerequisite
CPSC 402 (3)     Numerical Computation II, split into two
courses, now:
CPSC 402 (Ife)   Numerical Linear Algebra
CPSC 403 (Ife)   Numerical Solution of Ordinary
Differential Equations
Changes in Programs:
Honours Computer Science
Change the listing under Third and Fourth Years to read:
Computer Science 302, 315, 321
Computer Science 420
#Other Computer Science Courses
numbered 300 or higher
+Mathematics courses numbered
300 or higher
*Electives
( 7fe)
(   Ife)
(lOfe)
( 9 )
( 6 )
(34fe)
# Computer Science 448 is recommended.
+ Mathematics courses in linear algebra, probability, analysis, differential
equations, and statistics are recommended.
* Among them, courses in logic, foundations of Mathematics, and E.E. 256
are strongly recommended.
Combined Honours in Computer Science and Mathematics
Change the listing under Third and Fourth Years to read:
Third Year
Computer Science 302+, 315, 321
Other Computer Science course
numbered 300 or higher
Mathematics 320 and 300
*Courses from Mathematics
322 or 316/345
(7fe)
(life)
(6 )
(3  )
(18)
Fourth Year
Computer Science 420 (I fe)
Other Computer Science courses
numbered 300 or above (3  )
Two courses from Mathematics
400,406,418,420,421,
422, 423, 424, 425, 426 (6 )
**Electives (6  )
(I6fe)
+May be deferred to the following year.
*At least 6 of these I I elective units must be in the Faculty of Arts.
**Computer Science  I 18 and a  life-unit elective may be substituted by those
eligible for Computer Science I 18.  Special arrangements may be made for a
student who did not take Computer Science I 15 or I 18 in First Year.   Such
arrangements may limit choice of 400-level courses. 7128.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B*
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computer Science  (continued)
Deletions               CPSC 320 and 421
Geography
Changes in Programs:
Major Geography
Change to the following:
Geography B.Sc.
Major in Physical Geography
First Year
Second Year
English 100
Mathematics 100/101
Physics 110 or 115 or 120
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
Geography 101 +
(  3)
(  3)
(  3)
(  3)
(  3)
Geography 212/213
Geography 200 or 201
Mathematics 105/200
Computer Science 101
Geophysics 221 or
Chemistry 208
Electives*
( 3)
(Ife)
( 3)
(life)
( 3)
(  3)
(15)
(15)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Geography 311 or 312 and 313
Geography 345 and 370 or 372
3 units from Geography 310**
314, 315, 317, 318**, 366,462
Geography 379++
Soil Science 200 or Geology 216
or Biology 321
Mathematics 204 or 205
Electives*
(  3)
(  3)
(  3)
(  -)
(Ife)
(Ife)
(  3)
6 units from Geography 410,
411,412,413,414,416
and Geology 322**
Electives*
Geography 379++
( 6)
(71fe)
(Ife)
(15)
(15)
+Special arrangements may be made for students unable to take this course in first
year
++Field Course students must register in 3rd year;  course credited in 4th year.
*Electives must include 4fe units Art Credit and 4fe units upper level Science credit.
**Credit for only one of Geography 310 or 31 I;
Geography 318 or Geology 322. 7129.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography
Changes in Programs:  (cor
ltinued)
Honours-Focus Climatology/Meteorology
First Year
Second Year
English 100
(  3)
Geography 212/213
(  3)
Mathematics 100/101
(  3)
Geography 200 or 201
(Ife)
Physics 110, 115 or 120
(  3)
Soil Science 200
(Ife)
Chemistry 110 or 120
(  3)
Mathematics 200/221
(  3)
Geography 101+
(  3)
Geophysics 221
(  3)
Computer Science 101
(life)
Electives++
(Ife)
(15)
(15)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Geography 311, 312, 313,
Geography 410, 41 1 or
411 or 412*
(  6)
412*, 413
(4fe)
Geography 345/374**
(  3)
Geography 379***, 449
(  3)
Mathematics 315 and
2 - 2fe units from Physics 421,
Physics 312
(  3)
Oceanography 400, 401,
Electives++
(  6)
Soil Science 414
(2-2lfe)
Electives++
(8fe-8)
(18)
(18)
+Special arrangements can be made for students who have been unable to take this
course in first year.
*Given in alternate years.
**Students are recommended to take Sect. A.
***Register in 3rd Year credit in 4th Year.
++Electives must include 4fe Arts credit and 3fe - 4 Science numbered 300 or above.
Combined Honours Geography and Geology - Focus Geomorphology
First Year
English 100
Mathematics 100/101
Physics I 10 or I 15 or
Chemistry 110 or 120
Geography 101+ or
Geology 105+
120
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
(  3)
(  3)
(15)
Second Year
Geography 212/213
Geography 200 or 201
Geology 216/226
Mathematics 200/221
Geophysics 221 or 200
level Chemistry
Electives+++
( 3)
(Ife)
( 3)
(  3)
( 3)
(lfe-3)
(I5-I6fe) 7130.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography
Changes in Programs:
Combined Honours Geography and Geology - Focus Geomorphology  (continued)
Third Year
Geography 313 and 414 or 415 *
( 3)
Geology 210 and 322
( 6)
Geography 345/374 **
( 3)
Geography 370 or Geol. 305
(Ife)
Geography 379*** or Geol. 435
( -)
Mathematics 315 and
Physics 312 (or Geol. 315)
( 3)
Electives +++
(Ife)
Fourth Year
Geography 413 and 414 or 415 *
Geology 342 and 415 or 425
Geography 449 or Geology 449
Geography 379 *** or Geol. 435
Electives+++
Earth Sciences
Electives ++
Geography 417
(18)
( 3)
( 3)
( 3)
(life)
(3-lfe)
( 3)
(Ife)
(I8-I6fe)
+ Special arrangements can be made for students who have been unable to take this
course in first year.
* Given in alternate years.
**Students are recommended to take Section A.
***Register in 3rd year;  credit in 4th year.
+++Electives must  include 4fe  units Arts Credit and   Ife units Science upper level
credit.
++From approved courses numbered 300 and above in Applied Science, Astronomy,
Forestry, Geography, Geological Sciences, Geophysics, Oceanography, Soil
Science.
Geological Sciences
New courses GEOL 125 (I fe)  The Physical and Chemical Evolution
of the Earth
GEOL 206 (I fe)  Principles of Stratigraphy
Change in Program:
Honours and Major Geology - change the Geology 216 requirement in the Second
Year of these programs to Geology 206
Geophysics and Astronomy
New courses GEOP 120 (I Ife)  Introduction to Pure and Applied Geophysics
ASTR 401 (life)   Stellar Structure and Evolution
ASTR 402 (I fe)   Topics in Non-Stellar Astronomy
GEOP 426 (I fe)  Advanced Physics of the Earth
Changes
GEOP 210 - change in description
ASTR 301, 302, 303, 421 - change in prerequisites
GEOP 320, 422, 423, 424, 425 - change in description
GEOP 322 - change in prerequisite and term
GEOP 321 - change in number and description (now 427)
GEOP 449 - change in units from (Ife) to (2) 7131.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy  (continued)
Changes in Programs:
Combined Honours in Physics and Astronomy - in the Fourth Year listings for
these programs replace the Astronomy 420 (3) requirement by Astronomy 401 (Ife)
and 402 (Ife).
Geophysics Honours
Change to the following:
First Year
Second Year
Geophysics 120
(life)
Computer Science 101
(Ife)
Geology 125
(life)
Geology 210
(3  )
Chemistry 120 or 110
(3  )
Physics 201, 205, 209
(4 )
English 100
(3  )
Mathematics 200, 220,
Mathematics 100, 101
(3 )
221,315
(6 )
Physics 120, 115 or 1 10
(3 )
Arts Elective
(3  )
(15)
(I7fe
Third Year
Fourth Year
Geology 216
(Ife)
Geophysics 449
(2 )
Mathematics 201
(life)
Geophysics 420, 421
(3  )
Mathematics 316 (or
Geology 314, 320
(4fe)
Physics 312)
(Ife)
Electives*
(6 )
Geophysics 320, 322
(3  )
Geophysics 427 or 426
(Ife)
Physics 303, 309
(3  )
Electives*
(4fe)
Geophysics 426 or 427
(Ife)
(I61fe)
(17)
* Include at least 5fe units from upper level Geophysics, Physics, Mathematics or
Astronomy courses. Note that some elective Geophysics courses are given only in
alternate years.
Geophysics Major
Change to the following:
First Year
Geophysics 120
Geology 125
Chemistry 120 or 110
English 100
Mathematics 100, 101
Physics 120, I 15 or 110
Second Year
(Ife)
Computer Science 101
(Ife)
(Ife)
Mathematics 200, 315, 221
(4fe)
(3  )
Physics 213, 215
(4 )
(3  )
Arts Elective
(3  )
(3 )
Electives
(2  )
(3  )
(15)
(15) 7132.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy
Change in Programs:
Geophysics Majors (continued)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Geology 300
(life)
Geophysics 420, 421
(3  )
Mathematics 201
(life)
Geology 216, 314, 317
(4fe)
Geophysics 320, 322
(3 )
Electives*
(7fe)
Physics 312, 31 1, 319
(4fe)
Electives*
(4fe)
(15)
(15)
* Electives must include Geophysics 427 (Ife) and at least 5fe units from upper level
Geophysics, Physics, Mathematics or Astronomy courses. Note that some elective
courses are given only in alternate years.
Honours Astronomy and Geophysics
First Year
Focus Planetary Sciences
Chemistry 110 or 120
English 100
Mathematics 100 and 101
Physics I 10, I 15 or 120 .
Geophysics 120 and Geology 125
3
3
3
3
3
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
Astronomy 200 or Geology 210
Mathematics 200, 201 and 221
Physics 201, 205, 206 and 209
Arts Elective
Science Elective
Astronomy, Geophysics and Geology"
Mathematics 315 and 316
Physics 303, 304 and 306
Arts Elective
Astronomy 449 or Geophysics 449    ,
Astronomy, Geophysics and Geology"
Mathematics 300
Physics 401 and 402
3
4fe
6
3
Ife
18
6-4fe
3
51fe
3
I7)fe-I6
2
7fe-9
3
3
I5fe-I7
Geology   105 may be substituted.    Special arrangements may be made for
students unable to complete this requirement in first year.
"Geophysics 210 may be accepted if Geophysics 120 has not been taken. 7133.
Wednesday,  January   17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy
Change in Programs:
Honours Astronomy and Geophysics - Focus Planetary Sciences  (continued)
3
Select Astronomy, Geophysics and Geology courses from the following list.
Either Astronomy 421  and 431   or Geophysics 422 must be included.    The
overall minimum requirement of the program is six (6) units of Astronomy,
(6) units of Geophysics and four and one half (4fe) units of Geology.   Note
that certain elective Geophysics courses are given only in alternate years.
Astronomy:    301 (I fe), 302 (I fe), 401 (I fe), 402 (1 fe), 421 (I), 431 (I), 449 (I -3)
Geophysics:   320 (Ife), 322 (Ife), 420 (Ife), 422 (Ife), 423 (Ife), 424 (Ife), 426
(life), 427 (Ife), 449(2)
Geology: 210 (3), 216 (I fe), 305 (I fe), 314 (I fe), 320 (3), 323 (I fe)
Deletions GEOP 220
ASTR 420
Deletion of a Program:
Combined Honours Geophysics and Physics - delete this program and insert
Calendar statement that Geophysics students who wish to use their elective units
in the Fourth Year towards a concentration in Physics are invited to consult the
Head of the Physics Department.
Mathematics
Changes MATH 203 - change in prerequisite
MATH 205 - change in description
MATH 315 and 316 - change in title and description
Deletion MATH 312 and 412
Physics
New courses PHYS 213 (2)   Thermodynamics
PHYS 215 (2)  Electricity
Changes PHYS 209 - change in description
Change in Program:
Physics Major - in the course listing for Second Year replace Physics 214 and 219 by
Physics 213 and 215.
Deletions PHYS 135, 214, 219, 234
Psychology
New courses PSYC 348 (l-3)c  Directed Studies in Biopsychology
PSYC 448 (l-3)c  Directed Studies in Biopsychology 7134.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Psychology (continued)
Changes in Programs:
Major Psychology Program
First Year
Second Year
English 100
(3)
Psychology 220
(3)
Mathematics 100/101
(3)
Three units from
(3)
Physics 110 or 115
Biology 200 (Ife)
or 120
(3)
Biology 201 (Ife)
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Zoology 203 (life)
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
Zoology 205 (Ife)
Arts elective
(3)
Chemistry 230 or 203
Elective
(3)
(3)
(15)
(15)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Psychology 316
(3)
Six units from
(6)
Psychology 326
Arts elective     - .
Science elective '
(3)
Psychology 407 (3)
(3)
Psychology 413 (3)
(6)
Psychology 416 (3)
Psychology elective
Elective^
Elective^'4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(15)
(15)
I
Psychology 100 recommended if student has prior credit for any of the required
courses. Students of exceptional ability may, with permission of the Dean, take
18 units including Psychology 100.
Must be numbered 300 or above and selected in consultation with program adviser.
This elective may be a Psychology course.
Recommended electives: Biochemistry 300 (3), 302 (Ife); Biology 321 (Ife), 322
(Ife), 330 (3), 334 (Ife); Chemistry 205 (3); Computer Science 101 (Ife), 115 (3),
I 18 (3), 302 (3); English 301 (Ife), 302 (ife); Mathematics 200 (Ife), 221 (Ife), 304
(Ife),3l8 (3), 344 (Ife); Pharmacology 410 (3); Philosophy 214 (3); Physics 234 (2),
326 (3); Physiology 301 (3); Zoology 304 (Ife), 306 (Ife), 307 (Ife), 308 (Ife), 323
(I fe), 423 (I fe), 425 (I fe), 430 (I fe).
Honours Psychology Program
Change program to read:
First Year
As above for Major
Second Year
As above for Major 7135.
Wednesday,  January  17,   1979.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Psychology
Changes in Programs:
Honours Psychology Program  (continued)
Third Year                                                     Fourth Year
As above for Major with addition               Psychology 407
of Psychology 312 (3)                               Psychology 413 or 416
Psychology 449
Psychology Elective
Elective^
Elective^'4
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(187
Footnotes as for Psychology Major
Zoology
Changes
ZOOL 308 and 429 - change in description
Change in Program:
Major Zoology Program - add Zoology 303 to the list of Biology and Zoology courses
from which students must select 9 units in Third and Fourth Years.
Deletion
ZOOL 310

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