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 6943.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia for
the Session  1977-78 was held on Wednesday, January 18, 1978 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board
and Senate Room.
Present: Vice-President M. Shaw (Acting Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Dr. C. S. Belshaw, Ms. J. P. Blandford, Dr. K. T.
Brearley, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr. N. F. Chang, Dr. D. H. Copp, Mr. C. K.
Cramer, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. P. J. Dooling, Dr. B. A. Dunell, Miss L. R. Erdman,
Mrs. F. Field, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Dean E. M. Fulton, Dean J. A. F.
Gardner, Mr. B. Gilfillan, Mr. R. H. Goodwin, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. D. Haley, Dr. T. D.
Heaver, Mr. A. Hedstrom, Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. L. D. Jones, Miss A. M. Katrichak,
Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mr. J. Kulich, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dean P. A. Larkin,
Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Mr. J. M. Maclntyre, Mr. A. O. McNeil, Dr. J. H. McNeill,
Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. H. Mitchell, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Mrs. N. B.
Noble, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Mrs. M. L. Peters, Dr. M. E. Prang, Dr. J. F.
Richards, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. V. C. Runeckles, Mr. J. H. Russell, Dr. S. 0. Russell,
Dr. R. A. Shearer, Dr. J. G. Silver, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dean G. M.
Volkoff, Miss C. L. V. Warren, Mr. E. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Mr. R. S. Whyte,
Dean R. M. Will, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal, Acting Dean D. J. Yeo.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Chancellor
D. F. Miller, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dean W. D. Kitts, Dean P. A. Lusztig,
Miss E. McCann, Mrs. H. McCrae, Dr. C A. McDowell, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs.
Senate Membership
The Chairman informed Senate that Dr. C. E. Armerding would be acting as the
Regent College representative on Senate during Dr. Houston's leave-of-absence.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean Gardner )     That the minutes of the Fourth regular meeting of
Dr. Brearley   )      Senate    for    the    Session     1977-78,    having    been
circulated be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 6944.
Wednesday, January  18,   1978.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges (P.6933)
Mrs. Field presented the report. It was explained in the report that the committee
had been established in February 1977 to examine the criteria for the affiliation of
theological colleges and to consider the desirability of having reviews of affiliations
every five years.
Several members of Senate had responded to an invitation to make submissions to
the committee and written briefs had been presented in person by the principals of the
Vancouver School of Theology, St. Mark's College, Regent College and Carey Hall.
It was stated that affiliation of theological colleges with the University was
currently governed by the Statute of Senate dated February 18, 1920 and a set of nine
criteria that were adopted by Senate at its meeting of May 14, 1958.
The committee, in its consideration of the criteria, had broadened its discussions to
include the possibility of recommending to Senate that the practice of having
affiliated theological colleges might be discontinued altogether. Three different
possible courses of action that might have been recommended were considered by the
committee, i.e.:-
1. The practice of having affiliated theological colleges should be
discontinued and present affiliations terminated.
2. The policy should be adopted of entering into no new affiliations in the
future, but present affiliations to be maintained subject to a set of
criteria and review.
3. The present policy of affiliation should be continued with an updated set
of criteria.
The committee's report presented at the November 16, 1977 meeting of Senate
recommended the adoption of the second of the above courses of action. After
considerable discussion Senate had rejected that recommendation. From the discussion
it had been clear that Senate definitely favoured the third position and the matter was
referred back to the committee for further consideration.
The committee submitted a brief report outlining a set of revised criteria for the
Senate meeting of December 14, 1977 but the Agenda Committee had recommended
that the report should be resubmitted in the form of a new Statute of Senate
delineating the formal relationship with current affiliated theological colleges as well
as with those that might become affiliated in the future.
In response to that request the committee prepared the following draft of a Statute
to replace the one dated February 18, 1920:- 6945.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges
(continued)
STATUTE OF THE SENATE
of
THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
AFFILIATION OF THEOLOGICAL COLLEGES
January 18, 1978
The Senate of The University of British Columbia, under the powers conferred by
the Universities Act, 1974, enacts as follows:-
(a) Any incorporated theological college in this province desiring affiliation with The
University of British Columbia shall make application therefor to the Secretary of the
Senate and the Secretary of the Board of Governors of the University and shall furnish
with its application a copy of its calendar.
(b) No such college shall be admitted to affiliation unless by a two-thirds vote of the
members of Senate present at a regular meeting thereof, and also by a two—thirds vote
of the governors present at a meeting of the Board of Governors. Nor shall the
question of such admission be put to vote at such meeting of the Senate until after
opportunity has been given to the several Faculties to make such representation as
they may see fit; nor yet, unless by unanimous consent of the members of Senate
present at such meeting until the expiration of three months' notice.
(c) Any affiliated theological college may at any time, by duly notifying the Senate
to that effect, withdraw from affiliation with the University provided that one year's
notice of withdrawal has been given.
(d) The Senate may also at any time, by the like vote and under the like restrictions
as are above prescribed for the admission of a college to affiliation, terminate the
affiliation of any theological college with the University provided that a one year
notice of withdrawal of the affiliation has been given by the University.
(e) An affiliated college must agree, as a condition of affiliation, to provide the
following statement in all of its publications that indicate affiliation with the
University including students' transcripts of records:
"Affiliation does not imply endorsement by The
University of British Columbia of the academic
programs of the College."
(f) The criteria for affiliation of theological colleges are as follows:-
(i) A college shall be incorporated in the Province of British Columbia with
power to confer and grant degrees in theology.
(ii) A college shall be, and shall remain in good standing with a recognized
religious community or with other theological colleges affiliated with The
University of British Columbia, or both.
(iii) A college shall have a physical presence on, or juxtaposed to, the campus of
the University. 6946.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges
(continued)
(iv) A college shall appoint to its regular teaching staff only people who have
the equivalent standard of training normally required in university work,
preferably an advanced degree in theology or a related discipline.
(v)      A college
(a) with an academic program leading to a degree shall
have at least four full-time properly qualified faculty in
residence, or
(b) with an academic program not leading to a degree shall
have at least two full-time properly qualified faculty in
residence.
(vi) A college shall normally require university graduation as a prerequisite for
admission to its academic programs leading to a degree. Though a college
would have the right to admit to its degree programs some students without
previous university training, these should not ordinarily constitute more
than one-fifth of the total number of students registered in such programs.
University matriculation should be required as a minimum.
(vii) A college offering courses in theology shall do so at an academic standard
acceptable to the appropriate recognized theological accrediting agency
associated with the religious community of that college.
(viii) A college shall maintain, or otherwise supply, library resources adequate to
the academic programs which it offers. These resources shall be made
available to the university community.
lence
(ix)    A college shall have a sufficient degree of separateness and independ'
from any other institution:
(a) to identify its assets and its expenditures
(b) to mark its specific functions as a theological college, and
(c) to give it a governing body of its own.
(x) A college shall submit a resume of its academic operations to the Secretary
of Senate annually and shall be prepared to respond to a request from the
Senate for a review of its activities from time to time.
(xi) A college shall allow the Senate of the University to have a representative
on the academic planning body of the college.
(g)      The Statute of Senate dated February 18, 1920 and the resolution of Senate dated
May 14, 1958 are hereby repealed and replaced by sections (a) to (f) above.
Most of the provisions of the old Statute had been retained in their original form.
The very general first clause of the old Statute had been replaced by a set of more
specific criteria, and a new criterion (clause (e)) had been added. 6947.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges
(continued)
The committee had considered at length whether criterion (x) concerning reviews
should stipulate a definite five-year period. The committee decided not to impose a
rigid schedule and formulated the proposed criterion applicable to affiliated colleges in
a form consistent with the policy applicable to administrative units within the
University recently adopted by Senate.
Since the proposed Statute was a general statement no mention was made of
specific colleges having affiliation at the present time. The committee expressed the
opinion, based on briefs received and on interviews with the Principals, that the three
currently affiliated colleges, i.e. Vancouver School of Theology, St. Mark's College and
Regent College, satisfied the criteria proposed in the new Statute except for the new
clause (e). It was stated that if the Statute were adopted in its new form the three
colleges would be expected to conform with all its provisions in their future
publications.
In addition to the draft Statute the report included, for information, a proposed
statement on the affiliation of theological colleges to appear in The University of
British Columbia Calendar.
Mrs. Field       ) That the report be adopted.
Dr. Dennison  ) _      .   .
Carried
Mrs. Field )        That the Statute of Senate of January 18, 1978 for
Dean Gardner  )        the affiliation of theological colleges be adopted.
Objections were raised concerning the "negative" tone of clause (e).
In amendment:
Dr. Burns       ) That clause (e) be amended to read:-
Dr. Kraintz  )
An affiliated college must agree, as a condition of
affiliation, to provide the following statement in
all of its publications that indicate affiliation with
the University inlcuding students' transcripts of
records:
"These programs and courses are offered by virtue
of the college's provincial charter not by virtue of
the college's affiliation with The University of
British Columbia."
Lost 6948.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Committee on Criteria for Affiliation of Theological Colleges
(continued)
In amendment:
Dr. Pearse )
Dr. Dunell  )
In amendment:
Dr. Pearse    )
Dr. Shearer  )
In amendment:
Dr. Stager     )
Dr. Kraintz  )
That clause (e) be amended to read:-
An affiliated college must agree, as a condition of
affiliation, to provide the following statement in
all of its publications that indicate affiliation with
the University including students' transcripts of
records:
"The granting of affiliation means that the college
meets the criteria for affiliation established by
the Senate of The University of British Columbia
but does not imply any scrutiny or approval of the
course offerings of the affiliate by the University
Senate."
Carried
That clause (f) (v) be amended to read:-
A college must maintain an academic program,
either
(a) leading to a degree, in which case it shall
maintain at least four full-time properly
qualified faculty in residence, or
(b) not leading to a degree, in which case it shall
maintain at least two full-time properly
qualified faculty in residence.
Carried
That clause (f) (x) be amended to read:-
A college shall submit a resume of its academic
operations to the Secretary of Senate annually and
shall be prepared to respond to a request from the
Senate from time to time for a review of its
conformity to the criteria for affiliation.
Carried
The motion, as amended, was put and carried.
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dr. Dennison   )
Dr. Kraintz     )
That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A' be
accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors, and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Carried 6949.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
Report on Scholarships and Bursaries
A report containing a summary of awards for the 1976-77 academic year had been
circulated for information.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (See Appendix 'B')
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Runeckles)
Dr. Brearley   )
That Senate approve the proposal of the Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences to offer a new program
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Landscape
Architecture (B.L.A.).
Dr. Finnegan stated that the admission requirements outlined in the proposal
did not conform to the regulations recently approved by Senate for the admission of
Grade 12 students.
Dr. Finnegan )
Dean Will        )
Dr. Runeckles )
Dean Gardner  )
That the statement regarding admission to the
proposed Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
program be referred to the Senate Admissions
Committee.
Carried
That course changes recommended by the Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Dr. Runeckles )
Dean Finn )
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Runeckles )
Dean Will )
That new courses and course changes
recommended by the Faculty of Applied Science
be approved.
Carried
That      new      courses      and      course      changes
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be approved.
Carried
The committee also recommended approval of Home Economics 211 (Ife)
Perspectives in Nutrition and Dietetics. Approval of this course had been withheld
at the November 16, 1977 meeting of Senate pending clarification. 6950.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts  (continued)
Dr. Runeckles ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer a
Dean Will ) new course, Home Economics 21 I, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Dr. Runeckles )        That course changes recommended by the Faculty
Dr. Heaver       )        of   Commerce   and   Business   Administration   be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Dentistry
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the Curriculum Committee
that the proposed Baccalaureate Program in Dental Hygiene not be approved in its
present form.
Faculty of Education
Dr. Runeckles   )       That new courses, a new concentration and course
Dean Andrews  )        changes     recommended     by     the     Faculty     of
Education be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Forestry
Dr. Runeckles ) That     a     new     course     and     course     changes
Dean Gardner  )        recommended   by   the   Faculty   of   Forestry   be
approved.
Carried
Dr. Runeckles )        That a Diploma in Administration for Foresters
Dean Gardner  )        recommended   by   the   Faculty   of   Forestry   be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
A proposal to offer an M.Sc. thesis and Ph.D. thesis in Oceanography was
withdrawn pending further discussion.
Dr. Runeckles ) That      new      courses      and      course      changes
Dean Larkin     ) recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies
be approved.
Carried 6951.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (continued)
Dr. Runeckles ) That  the  proposal   of  the  Faculty  of Graduate
Dean Larkin     ) Studies    that    the    M.A.    degree    program    in
Comparative Literature be expanded to include
the option "without thesis", i.e. in the category
"program with comprehensive examination" be
approved.
Carried
Dr. Runeckles ) That   the   proposal   of   the  Faculty  of  Graduate
Dean Larkin     ) Studies that the Master of Arts degree be offered
in historical musicology and ethnomusicology,
rather than the Master of Music degree which is
offered at present, be approved.
Carried
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the Curriculum Committee
that the proposed Master of Recreation Administration (M.R.A.) program not be
approved in its present form.
Faculty of Medicine
Dr. Runeckles ) That      new     courses      in     Health     Care     and
Dr. Copp ) Epidemiology   recommended   by   the   Faculty   of
Medicine be approved.
Carried
School of Physical Education and Recreation
Dr. Runeckles ) That a new course recommended by the School of
Mr. Osborne     ) Physical Education and Recreation be approved.
Carried
Admissions Committee
Faculty of  Applied  Science  - new policies  in admissions, degree requirements,
advancement and student classification
Dr. Finnegan presented the report. The committee recommended that the
following proposals concerning admissions, degree requirements, advancement and
student classification in the Faculty of Applied Science be approved. Additions and
changes to current regulations are indicated by underlining. 6952.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty  of  Applied  Science  - new policies  in admissions, degree requirements,
advancement and student classification  (continued)
1. Admission
Students who complete pre-engineering studies at a college or another
university must have grades of "C" or better in all courses and a gradepoint
average of not less than 2.7 in the science and mathematics courses.
Applications will be considered by the Senate Admissions Committee on an
individual basis from students whose gradepoint average in the science and
mathematics courses is between 2.7 and 2.0.
2. Transfer from the Faculty of Science
A student with high academic standing who wishes to transfer into
Engineering after having taken two or more years in the Faculty of Science will
be granted credit for courses of equivalent content and given year status
commensurate with the student's background and intended study program. (This
is not new but is a more appropriate statement than in the present Calendar).
3. English requirement
English 100 or equivalent is prerequisite for admission to Engineering.
However a student deficient this requirement may be considered for admission
under the following conditions:
(i) An applicant who has taken First Year Science or equivalent at a
college or university in British Columbia and whose only deficiency7s
failure in English 100 or equivalent may be considered for admission by
the Senate Admissions Committee provided the applicant has at least a
Class 2 or "B" average  in  the chemistry,  mathematics and physics
prerequisites.
(ii) An applicant seeking admission to First, Second or Third Year on
transfer from an engineering or appropriate science program in
another institution where the equivalent of English 100 is not required,
is eligible for admission if other requirements have been met.
(iii) A graduate of an appropriate study program at the B.C. Institute of
Technology with an overall average of at least 70% is admissible to
First Year and must take English 100 as the Humanities elective in
First Year.
(iv) All students admitted under (i), (ii) and (iii) above who enter
Engineering without credit for ENGL 100 shall be placed on probation
and must complete ENGL 100 before entering the next higher year
unless special permission to proceed lacking ENGL 100 is granted by
the Faculty.
4.   Degree requirements
(a   rewording   to   amend   the   policy   of   the   present   rigid   year   by  year
advancement to the degree) 6953.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of  Applied  Science  - new policies  in admissions, degree requirements,
advancement and student classification
4. Degree requirements  (continued)
A student shall be granted a B.A.Sc. degree only after obtaining credit for
all courses listed in the program of study for a given Engineering Department.
This requirement will normally be met by completing four Winter Sessions with
full unit load. With the approval of the Office of the Dean a student may be
allowed to study on a part-time or accelerated basis. Credit may be granted for
courses completed during the Spring or Summer Sessions.
A student transferring from an Engineering program at another university
or from a Science Faculty may be granted exemptions from certain courses if
the student has completed courses of substantially equivalent content. Some
courses may also be waived if the student has credit for other courses which
provide an alternate broad background of knowledge in areas which may be of
benefit in the branch of Engineering concerned. Such waiving of courses must
be approved by the Office of the Dean with the concurrence of the Head of the
Department concerned.
5. Advancement
A student will be classified as "Fail" in a Winter Session on obtaining an
overall average below 50% or on passing in less than 65% of the study program
undertaken.
In a failed year a student shall be granted credit for any course having at
least Class 2 standing or, for Humanities elective courses, Pass standing. All
other courses must be repeated, including laboratory work, unless for passed
courses exemption is granted by the course instructor.
A student in a Winter Session not classified as "Fail" but who has failures in
some courses, may write supplemental examinations in all failed engineering
courses and in such other courses as regulations permit. Such examinations may
be written only once and normally during the summer following the Winter
Session.  In the Fourth Year a supplemental may be written twice.
6. Classification of students
(Current policy requires every student to take a full study program and
replace courses for which advance credit has been granted. The proposal
relaxes this requirement but maintains a clear distinction between
"full—time" and "part—time" students which is necessary for administrative
purposes.)
Regular students are classified as "full-time" or "part-time" as follows:
A "full-time" student shall have a course load in the Winter Session such
that the sum of session units of courses taken plus any advance credit units is
equal to or greater than the full unit load of the Year and Department in which
the student is registered, provided that the session units are at least 80% of the
full unit load. Courses required for the 80% minimum may be from the next
higher year. A student may take more than the full unit load with the approval
of the Office of the Dean. 6954.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty  of  Applied  Science  - new policies  in admissions, degree requirements,
advancement and student classification
6. Classification of students  (continued)
A student who has approval for a unit load in a Winter Session which is less
than that required for full time status shall be classified as a "part-time"
student. A part-time student will not normally be eligible for scholarships or
for Honours standing.
A student who is taking courses from more than one year level shall be
given year status based on the lowest year level courses.
7. Probation
(Current policy prohibits a student entering Second Year with deficient
standing and limits admission to Third and Fourth Year also. With more
flexible promotion possible in the new proposals there is need for rules to
keep tab on students with deficiencies.)
A student who has passed the previous Winter Session but still has failed
courses outstanding from that session after the supplemental examinations shall
be placed on "probation". The following regulations apply for probation
students:
(i)    deficient courses must be repeated during the year of probation
(ii)   year status remains that of the deficient courses
(iii) a student with 3 units or less of deficient courses may register for the
full program of study of the next higher year
(iv) a student with more than 3 units of deficient courses may take courses
from the next higher year but the total unit value of such courses shall
not exceed 65% of the full unit load of the year and Department
concerned.
Any student who does not pass the deficient courses within the
probationary academic year shall have his academic record reviewed by the
Committee on Admissions and Standing and may be asked to withdraw as a
regular student from the Faculty until the course deficiencies are made up.
8. Honours Standing
On graduation a student will be granted Honours standing if he/she obtains
an average of at least 80% in the Winter Session of the Final Year and a
minimum of 75% with no supplementals in each of the preceding three Winter
Sessions. To be eligible a student must have had full-time status for all four
years. 6955.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of  Applied  Science - new policies  in admissions, degree requirements,
advancement and student classification  (continued)
9.   Implementation
The new proposals on Advancement are much fairer as far as the students
are concerned and there is wide-spread approval for an immediate change. For
the last two years there has been a considerable movement towards single term
courses of lower unit value. Students inadvertently have been put in a more
difficult position with respect to passing based on the present definition of
failure.
The Senate Admissions Committee concurs with the recommendation of the
Faculty of Applied Science that the new regulations become effective immediately.
Dr. Finnegan ) That Senate approve the new policies outlined in
Dean Finn      ) admissions,   degree   requirements,   advancement
and    student    classification    in    the    Faculty    of
Applied Science.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration - student performance in failed
years
A proposal concerning student performance in failed years had been referred to
the Senate Admissions Committee at the previous meeting. After making some
amendments to the wording of the proposal the committee recommended approval.
Dr. Finnegan ) That Senate approve the proposal of the Faculty
Dr. Heaver     ) of Commerce and Business Administration that a
student who is permitted to re-enrol following a
"failed  year"   is  required  to  repeat  all   courses
taken in the year of failure except:-
(a) elective courses
(b) required courses given Class I standing
(c) required courses given Class 2 standing if all
other courses had gradings of at least 40%.
Carried
Continuing Education
The annual report of the Centre for Continuing Education 1976-77 had been
circulated together with reports on continuing education programs in Health Sciences,
Commerce and Social Work. 6956.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Continuing Education  (continued)
Dr. MacDougall presented the following report of the committee which had also
been circulated:-
"I. The reports make clear the immense contribution that this University makes to the
intellectual life of the province - over and above the traditional on-campus, credit
programs.  The total registrations are as follows:
Centre for Continuing Education 33,377
Health Sciences 8,515
Commerce (Executive programs) 1,895
Commerce (Diploma division) 7,784
Social Work 1,440
TOTAL: 53,011
You should note that these figures do not include the 8,396 students who registered
for courses offered by the University through the Office of Extra-Sessional Studies.
This was the subject of a separate report to the November, 1977 meeting of Senate.
2. The continuing education activities of the University can be divided into three
broad categories: (I) credit programs; (2) non-credit professional programs; and (3)
non-credit general programs. The credit programs consist, in the main, of
correspondence, or independent study courses. The number of registrants is
relatively small (1001). However we should beware of using that as a test of their
importance. The Guided Independent Study Program represents an attempt by this
University to offer courses, comparable to those available on campus, to people
outside the Lower Mainland. In addition, the Faculty of Education offered 37
courses in off-campus locations through the Office of Extra-Sessional Studies.
The Interior University Programs Board (which was established by the Provincial
government after the Winegard Report) is currently considering how upper-level
courses can be made available to residents outside the lower mainland. The work
of the Board was discussed in a recent report from Professor Shearer to this
Senate. Neither this University nor the Provincial government should lose sight of
the fact that proper academic standards must be maintained. Residents in the
Interior would not be well served by the creation of an inferior educational system.
We recognize that the government is committed to expanding the educational
opportunities available to people resident outside the lower mainland. We believe
that the existing guided independent study programs represent an important
contribution to that objective and we are prepared to expand our efforts in that
area - within the limitations imposed by the need to ensure that the courses must
meet appropriate academic standards.
3. Our non-credit professional programs (especially those in the health sciences,
commerce, education, law and social work) represent a significant contribution by
the University towards helping professional men and women maintain their
professional competence. They are clear evidence of the extent to which this
University is an important provincial resource.
4. The non-credit general programs continued to attract a significant number of
participants, both in Vancouver and in the rest of the province. 6957.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Continuing Education  (continued)
5. You should note page 6 of the Report of the Centre, which shows the location of
the programs offered by this University through the Centre for Continuing
Education. Unfortunately we don't have a comparable analysis for the programs
offered by this University through the other continuing education units (Health
Sciences, Commerce and Social Work) but a substantial number of the Commerce
programs, for example, are also offered in locations outside Greater Vancouver.
6. One of the difficulties faced by the continuing education units of this University
during both the past year (1976-77) and the current year (1977-78) was the
knowledge that changes in provincial government policy were imminent. The
Winegard Commission (on university programs in the non-metropolitan areas) and
the Faris Committee (on continuing and community education) submitted their
reports. These reports led to the creation of the Interior University Programs
Board, and administrative changes within the Ministry of Education. These changes
represent both an opportunity and a challenge. It is clear that the provincial
government intends to increase its interest in, and the funds available for programs
in the interior and continuing education generally. In that sense provincial
government's plans may facilitate the expansion of these areas of this University's
activities. It is important, however, both to this University and to the province
generally, that there should be a continuing dialogue between the Ministry of
Education and appropriate representatives of this University about the advantages
and disadvantages of the various alternatives open to the government. We have
substantial commitments in these areas which could be threatened by changes in
government policy. At the same time we need to be aware of changes in
government policy which permit us to expand, or improve, our existing programs.
There is no doubt that this is putting an additional burden on those responsible for
this University's continuing education activities."
Faculty of Medicine
Medical School Expansion
Senate was informed that the Faculty of Medicine proposed increasing
undergraduate enrolment in the medical school by eight students, i.e. from 80 to 88,
in 1978.
Dean Webber reminded members that Senate, at its meeting of December 15, 1976,
passed a resolution permitting undergraduate enrolment in the medical school to be
increased by twenty students in 1978 subject to the necessary resources being
available.
Operating funds had not been made available as early as hoped. After a review of
the resources available for expansion, and consideration of the comments of the
accreditation team which visited the Faculty in November 1977 and advised that an
increase of no more than twenty students should take place over the next two years, it
was decided that enrolment be increased by eight instead of twenty. 6958.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Advertising of U.B.C. Job Vacancies
At its meeting of November 16, 1977, Senate passed the following resolution:-
"That the Senate resolution of March 24, 1971 concerning the mandatory advertising
of U.B.C. job vacancies nationally in Canadian publications be modified by
providing the possibility in well documented cases of making administrative
appointments of Heads of Departments, Directors of Schools and Institutes, Deans
of Faculties and Vice-Presidents, internally without necessarily advertising such
vacancies outside the University."
The resolution was referred back to Senate by the Board of Governors with a
request that Senate provide the Board with a definition of the words "well-documented
cases" and the criteria of what constitutes "well-documented cases" and also that Senate
review the necessity of including Deans of Faculties and Vice-Presidents in the
resolution.
The following response to that request had been circulated:-
" In   response   to   the   request   from   the   Board   of   Governors   the   following
comments are offered by Senate in clarification of the words "well-documented
cases" in the Senate resolution of November 16, 1977.
The occasion of a Department Head stepping down, but not resigning from the
University or retiring, thus requiring additional budgetary provision if an outside
candidate were to be appointed as Head, should be an appropriate time for a review
of the Department along the lines recently approved by Senate. It would be hoped
that such a review would establish whether there exists a demonstrable need for
infusion of additional resources to make an external appointment possible. If such
a need is demonstrated external advertising would naturally follow.
In the event that a review committee cannot be appointed at the time that a
resignation of a Head is anticipated or effected or a review has been completed
recently, the mover and seconder of the original motion had in mind the following
procedure.
The advisory committee appointed by the President's Office to assist the
President in selecting a candidate to be recommended to the Board would canvass
opinions of:
a) Members of the Department for which a new Head is being sought.
b) Deans of those Faculties and Heads of those Departments who have an
interest in and knowledge of the functioning of the Department.
c) A selective group of knowledgeable senior individuals in well-established
Departments in the same field in major Canadian Universities, and, in the
case of professional fields, practising the profession outside a University.
One of the questions addressed to the above groups would be whether the
respondent is aware of any compelling reasons why an external appointment might
be deemed definitely advisable in the particular case.
The advisory search committee would also interview internal candidates who
would in any event be considered whether the position is advertised externally or
not. 6959.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
Advertising of U.B.C. Job Vacancies  (continued)
As a result of its evaluation of the responses received from all sources and of
its evaluation of the local candidates, the Committee would then submit a report to
the President outlining in detail the steps taken and the responses received, and
stating either that in the judgement of the Committee there exist no special
problems requiring an outside appointment, and that a strong internal candidate is
available, or alternatively that there are reasons why outside advertising is
desirable.
The decision as to the adequacy of the documentation presented would
naturally rest with the President.
The mover and seconder of the original omnibus resolution were primarily
concerned at the Deans' level with the budgetary implications of external
appointments of Heads of Departments and Directors of Schools and Institutes. It
is their understanding from a subsequent discussion with the President that it is his
intention to continue advertising all vacancies for Deans and Vice Presidents."
Dean Volkoff ) That the above statement be approved by Senate
Dean Will        ) as a response to the request  from  the Board of
Governors  for  clarification of the resolution of
Senate of November 16, 1977.
Carried
Composition of committees for the selection of Deans
Mr. Hedstrom ) That the composition of selection committees for
Mr. Goodwin    ) Deans   be   reviewed   by   a   joint    Senate-Board
committee.
It was explained in the proposal circulated to Senate that the current principles for
committees to select a Dean (adopted by Senate on March 19, 1975) provided for a
minimum of two students on the committee. There was no guarantee that there would be
enough student positions for every student society within a Faculty to be represented. In
the Faculty of Applied Science there were three student societies (Engineering, Nursing
and Architecture) but only two students were able to sit on the committee recently
appointed to select a new Dean of Applied Science.
Following a brief discussion the motion was lost.
Tributes Committee
Dr. Stager presented the report of the Tributes Committee. Members of the
gallery were asked to leave. 6960.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
Tributes Committee  (continued)
Honorary Degrees
Dr. Stager informed Senate that the following persons had accepted invitations
to receive honorary degrees at the 1978 Congregation-
Harry V. Warren
Robert E. Bell
Jack Shadbolt
Dorothy Blakey-Smith
Thomas A. Dohm
L. J. Wallace
The meeting adjourned at 10.35 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, February 15, 1978.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6961
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate
The Ernest Salsbury Earle Prize in Risk Management - A prize in the amount of
$100 has been made available by the late Ernest S. Earle, CLA, and members of his
family. Until his retirement in 1971, Mr. Earle was a general insurance adjuster
and President of Vancouver Adjustment Bureau Ltd., and was an advisor to senior
governments in matters concerning natural disasters. The prize will be made to a
deserving third year student in the Risk Management course, who is proceeding to
the final year in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration. The award
will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The Frank Gnup Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $500 has
been made available by family and friends as a memorial to Frank Gnup who was
for many years coach of the U.B.C. Football Team and an instructor in the School
of Physical Education and Recreation. The award will normally be made to a
student entering U.B.C. for the first time. It will be made to a student combining
scholarship and financial need with qualities of leadership and an interest in
athletics. Students wishing to apply for the scholarship should apply by letter,
including an up-to-date academic transcript, and indicating full particulars on their
qualifications. Applications must be submitted no later than July 1st and should be
directed to the Frank Gnup Memorial Fund Committee, c/o The Awards Office,
Room 50, General Services Administration Building, University of B. C, Vancouver,
B. C, V6T IW5. The winner will be selected by the University Awards Committee
in consultation with the Frank Gnup Memorial Fund Committee.
The India Club of Vancouver Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $250,
donated by the India Club of Vancouver, will be awarded to a student in the
Department of Asian Studies. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Department to a student with particular interest in either the introductory
Hindi or the introductory Sanskrit courses.
The Japan Foundation Summer Language Scholarships in Japanese - Full or partial
tuition scholarships to a total of $8,750 will be awarded to students taking basic,
intermediate, or advanced Japanese courses offered in Summer Session. These
scholarships are made possible by a gift from the Japanese Government and from
the Japan Foundation on the occasion of former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka's
visit to Canada in 1974. The awards will be made to students on the basis of their
academic standing. Applications are available from the Department of Asian
Studies and must be submitted to the Department no later than May 1st.
The Law Foundation Scholarship - Two scholarships of $3,500 each have been made
available by the Law Foundation of British Columbia. These awards will be made
to outstanding students entering the first year in the Faculty of Law. Subject to
satisfactory performance, the awards may be renewed to completion of the
program.
The Dean Earle D. MacPhee Doctoral Fellowship in Commerce and Business
Administration - One or more fellowships of approximately $2,000 each will be
available annually for students engaged in doctoral studies in the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration. The fellowships have been made available
to honour Earle D. MacPhee, the first Dean of the Faculty. The awards will be
made on the recommendation of the Faculty. 6962.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate (continued)
The New York Life Insurance Company Medical Student Scholarship - A scholarship
in the amount of $3,000, gift of the New York Life Insurance Company, will be
offered to a student entering the first year of the Faculty of Medicine. In making
the award, the financial circumstances of the student will be taken into
consideration. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty, and
at the Faculty's option may be divided between two students. The award will be
renewable subject to the recipient's continued satisfactory performance.
The Dr. Irving E. Snider Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of approximately
$175 has been donated by Dr. Irving E. Snider. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty to the student entering the fourth year in the
Faculty of Dentistry and having the highest standing in removable prosthodontics. 6963.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Plant Science
Changes
Poultry Science
Changes
Soil Science
Changes
Plant Science 431 -  Change in title and description:-
now Biological Responses to Weather
Poultry Science 404 and 414 to be offered in alternate years
Soil Science 418 - change in description, title and units
417 - change in description and title
321 - change in description
31 I - change in prerequisites
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Chemical Engineering
New courses
Changes
Civil Engineering
New course
Change
Ch.E.  477(1)  Electrochemical Engineering
472 (I)  Hydrocarbon Processing
Ch.E.  498 - change in title and unit value
476 - change in hours and unit value
C.E.  493 (1)  Case Studies of Construction Methods
C.E.  471 - change in title, hours and description
Electrical Engineering
New course E.E.   467 (I fe)   Introduction to Microprogramming
Change E.E.   471 - change in title
Engineering Physics
Deletion
New courses
Physics 459
Physics 359 (fe)  Techniques of Experimental Physics
APSC 459 (3)      Engineering Physics Projects 6964.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics  (continued)
Revise Mechanical option in Third Year by changing:
Option 2 from        APSC 270 Mechanics of Solids
M.E. 364 Engineering Design
M.E. 384 Fluid Dynamics
to APSC 270 Mechanics of Solids
M.E. 364 Engineering Design
and one of
M.E. 384 Fluid Dynamics
or M.E. 363 Mechanics of Materials
Mechanical Engineering
Change M.E. 474 - change in hours
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology & Sociology
Deletion Anthropology   440
Changes Anthropology   240 - change in description
433 - change in description and units
Sociology 210 - change in description and title
Economics
New course Economics 320 (Ife)  Introduction to Mathematical
Economics
Change in departmental requirements:
Substitute "Mathematics 100 and 101 are required" for "Mathematics 100;   101 is
recommended."
Fine Arts
New course Fine Arts 469 (3)  Seminar in North American Indian Art
French
New courses French   105 (3)  Beginning French
403 (3)  Survey of French-Canadian Literature in
Translation
421 (3)  French-Canadian Literature
427 (3)  Seminar in Advanced Translation 6965.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
French  (continued)
Changes French I 10 - change in description
Change in departmental requirements:
Delete Linguistics 425 from course of study, Diploma in Translation and substitute
French 427 (3) Seminar in Advanced Translation. Revise final NOTE under Diploma
in Translation to read: "With the approval of the Program advisor French 427 may
be replaced by one of the following courses: Linguistics 425, Creative Writing 415,
or Creative Writing 495."
Geography
New course Geography 444 (I fe)  Landscape Interpretation
Germanic Studies
New course Germanic Studies 412 (3)  Intermediate Swedish
Departmental offerings:    Change "a beginners' course in the Swedish language" to
read "an elementary and an intermediate course in
Swedish".
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Change Spanish 492 - change in number and unit value,
now 392(lfe/3)d
Deletions Spanish 381, 487, 492
Change in departmental requirements:
Revise calendar to read:    C. Spanish American, Portuguese and
Brazilian literature: 363, 392, 467, 468.
D. Courses in history and culture: 371, 477, 489.
Add:  Elective courses recommended:  History 350, 450.
History
New courses History 201 (3) The Colonial Experience in the Americas
202 (3) Modernization in Historical Perspective
203 (3) British Constitutional History
270 (3) Modern China and the West
442 (3)    History of the American South
443 (I Ife) The Family in North America 6966.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
History
New courses  (continued)
Deletion
Transfer of courses
Changes
Home Economics
New course
Deletions
History 444 (I fe) Slave Societies in the Americas
445 (I fe) Urbanization in the United States
446 (I fe) Dissent and Violence in American History
History 200
History 350 (3)    Latin American History
(formerly in Hispanic and Italian Studies as
381 (3) Latin American History)
History 450 (I fe/3)c  Selected Topics in Latin American
History
(formerly in Hispanic and Italian Studies as
487 (lfe/3) Selected Topics in Latin American History)
History 337 - change in number, now 237
427 - change in number, now 338
Home Economics 211 (Ife)  Perspectives in Nutrition and
Dietetics
Home Economics 480, 482, 484, 486, 488, 490, 492, 494
(The above courses were instituted as part of the Diploma
Program in Community Nutrition.  Since the program will
not be implemented the courses will not be offered.)
Philosophy
Changes
Political Science
Change
Psychology
New course
Religious Studies
Change in departmental requirements:  Revise departmental requirements to read
as follows:-
Major First and Second Years:    Religious Studies 100 and 3 units selected
from Religious Studies 202 and 204.
Philosophy 100, 373, 383 - changes in descriptions
Philosophy 31 I - change in title and description
Political Science 202 - change in title and description
Psychology 322 (3)  Psychology of Aging 6967.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Religious Studies
Change in departmental requirements:  (continued)
Third and Fourth Years: Religious Studies 370 (to be taken in the Third Year),
plus 12 units to be selected from Religious Studies courses numbered 300 and above
(except 471).
Honours Admission:
High second class standing in Religious Studies 100 and 3 units selected from
Religious Studies 202 and 204. Continuation in Fourth Year Honours is conditional
upon maintaining at least a second class standing.
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Change Commerce 350 - change in units and hours
Change in course requirements:
Licentiate in Accounting Program - First Year: due to change in unit value of
Commerce 350 the first year course requirements are increased from I9lfe to 20fe
units.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New courses EDUC 393 (3)    Teaching French in Elementary Schools
394 (3)    Teaching French in French Immersion Schools
317 (I fe) The Exceptional Child in the Regular
Classroom
Elementary Professional Concentration (French)
Prerequisite French 202 and 220 or approval of Modern Languages Education
EDUC 393 (3)      Teaching French in Elementary Schools
EDUC 394 (3)      Teaching French in French Immersion Schools
One of the following:
Anthropology 417 -  Language and Culture
Anthropology 476 -  The Ethnography of Communication
Education 489 - Applied Linguistics
French 306, 334, 335, 402, 414-418
History 401   - French Canada, Eighteenth Century to the Present
Linguistics 350 (PR200) -  Language Acquisition in Children
Linguistics 435 -  Contrastive Linguistics
Sociology 310-11   - Special Studies in French Canada
Sociology 476 - The Ethnography of Communication 6968.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION  (continued)
Changes Education   399 and 404 - changes in descriptions
471 - change in prerequisites and unit value
478 and 491 - changes in hours
Social Studies Concentration - "Slavonic Area Studies" added to description
Spanish Concentration - change in courses required in the concentration
Secondary Division Program - change in list of electives
Deletion Education   417 (Ife)  Educating the Slow Learner
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New course FRST 435 (life) Photo Inventory Systems for Forest Resources
Changes FRST 280 (3) split into two courses, now:-
FRST 280 (I fe)  Manufacture of Forest Products
262 (I Ife)  Timber Harvesting Systems
FRST 422 - change in title and description
425 - change in description
431 - change in prerequisite
Deletion FRST 409
Forestry Biology course requirements - 4th year:
change to not less than 4 units from:
Forestry 405 or Botany 426 (IVz), Botany 427 (Ife)
Biology 322 (I fe) other approved courses.
Diploma in Administration for Foresters
(1) The Diploma in Administration for Engineers will be used as the basis for a
Diploma in Administration for Foresters.
(2) Admission will be granted to persons who have a bachelor's degree in
Forestry, or equivalent degree, or are able to satisfy the requirements for
registration with the Association of British Columbia Professional Foresters.
(3) Following successful completion of the Diploma Program for Engineers,
candidates who meet the admission criteria in (2) above will be granted a
Diploma in Administration for Foresters.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Biology
Change Biology 505 - change in prerequisites 6969.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Chemistry
Deletions
Changes
Chemistry 500, 501, 505, 506, 507, 508, 510, 512,
513, 517, 518, 520, 521, 524, 526, 530,
531,535,536,537,541,542
Chemistry 503 - change in number,
504 - change in number,
527 - change in number,
543 - change in number,
509 - change in title and
514 - change in descript
519 - change in descript
522 - change in descript
523 - change in descript
525 - change in descript
528 - change in descript
529 - change in descript
532 - change in descript
533 - change in descript
538 - change in descript
544 - change in descript
now 542
now 540
now 515
now 564
description
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
on and number,
now 512
now 511
now 513
now 508
now 514
now 522
now 524
now 567
now 569
now 562
now 571
New courses
Civil Engineering
New courses
Chemistry 500 (2) Introductory Quantum Chemistry
502 (2) Advanced Physical Chemistry
505 (I /2)d Topics in Theoretical Chemistry
506 (I /2)d Topics in Statistical Mechanics
507 (I /2)d Topics in Physical Chemistry
516(1) Biophysical Chemistry
518(1 /2)d Topics in Magnetic Resonance
519(1 /2)d Topics in Molecular Spectroscopy
520 (2) Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
521 (l/2)d Topics in Inorganic Chemistry
526(1) Bioinorganic Chemistry
530 (2) Physical and Analytical Techniques
of Modern Chemistry
560 (2) Organic Chemistry
561 (I) Theoretical Organic Chemistry
565(1) Planning and Execution of Extended
Organic Syntheses"
568 (I /2)d Topics in Natural Products Chemistry
573 (I) Application of Spectroscopy to
Organic Structural Problems
C.E.  515(1)  Advanced Prestressed Concrete
516 (I)  Topics in Timber Engineering 6970.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Classics
New courses
Commerce
Changes
Computer Science
Change
Economics
New course
Change
Deletion
Education
New course
Electrical Engineering
Change
Geography
New courses
Deletions
Changes
Greek   550(lfe/3)  Directed Studies
Latin    550 (lfe/3)  Directed Studies
Commerce 554 and 556 - change in title and description
Computer Science 504 - change in prerequisite
Economics 575 (Ife)  Topics in Location Theory
Economics 540, split into two courses, now:-
Economics 541 (Ife) Economic Development I
Economics 542 (life) Economic Development II
Economics 540
Education 530 (I Ife) Seminar in Education of the Hearing
Impaired
E.E. 554 - change in title
Geography 542 (I fe/3)c  Historical Geography of European
Settlement in North America
543 (I fe)        Advanced Cultural Geography
573(lfe/3)d  Research Seminar in Historical
Geography"
Geography 51 I, 512, 513, 572, 580, 581, 582, 583, 584
Geography 572 (lfe/3) split into two courses, now:-
Geography 545 (I fe)  Spatial Interaction
Geography 546 (I fe)  Transportation Networks
Geography 501 - change in description
502, 503, 509, 514, 515, 570, 571 - change in
title and description 6971
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Geography
Changes  (continued)
Geology
Changes
Geography 510 and 512 combined, now:-
Geography 510(1 fe/3)c   Spatial and Cartographic
Techniques
Geography 580, 581, 582, 583, 584, now offered in:
Geography 590 (I fe/3)   Research Seminar in Regional
Geography
Geography 508 - change in title, description
and number, now 541
506 - change in title, description
and number, now 544
507 - change in description and number, now 540
Geology 530 and 545 - change in title
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Change
Hispanic & Italian Studies 541 (3) split into two courses, now:
541 (Ife)  Bibliography and Research Methods
542 (life)  Studies in Literary Criticism
Mechanical Engineering
Change
Physics
Change
Political Science
New courses
M.E. 561 - change in title and description
Physics 539 and 542 - change in description
Political Science 503 (life) Canadian Political Parties and
Participation
504 (I Ife) Topics in Canadian Politics
511 (I Ife) Comparative Government and
Politics
516 (I fe) Issues in Comparative Politics
533 (I Ife) Topics in Public Policy
551 (Ife) Political Behaviour
552 (I Ife) Research Seminar in Political
Behaviour
553 (1 fe) Topics in Empirical Theory
564 (I fe) Research Seminar in International
Relations 6972.
Wednesday,  January   18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Political Science  (continued)
Political Science 500, 502, old 503, 504, 520
Deletions
Changes
Psychology
New course
Political Science 501 (3) split into two courses, now:
Political Science 501 (Ife) Canadian Government and
Politics
502 (I fe) Canadian Political Institutions
and Processes
Political Science 500 (3) split into two courses, now:
Political Science 521 (Ife) Political Theory
522 (Ife) Topics in Political Theory
Political Science 502 (3) split into two courses, now:
Political Science 531 (life) Public Administration
532 (I fe) Topics in Public Administration
Political Science 504 (3) split into two courses, now:
Political Science 561 (Ife) International Relations
562 (I Ife) Topics in International
Relations
Political Science 503 (3) split into two courses, now:
Political Science 571 (Ife) Methods of Political Analysis
572 (I Ife) Quantitative Techniques of
Political Analysis
Political Science 507 - change in number and
unit value, now 514
508 - change in number and
unit value, now 515
550 - change in number and
unit value, now 523
509 - change in number and
unit value, now 563
510 - change in number and
unit value, now 580
51 I - change in description and
number, now 565
506 - change in title, unit value
and number, now 512
505 - change in title, unit value
and number, now 513
Psychology 513 (life) Special Topics in Developmental
Psychology 6973.
Wednesday,  January  18,   1978.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Psychology  (continued)
Change Psychology 519 - change in unit value
Soil Science
Changes Soil Science 500 - change in unit value
501 - change in title
512 - change in description
513 - change in description and unit value
New course Soil Science 502 (I) Seminar in Soil Chemistry and Soil
Fertility
Zoology
Deletion Zoology 506
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Health Care & Epidemiology
New courses 710 Introduction to Public Health Practice
71 I Field Experience
712 Supervised Work
713 Public Health Tutorials
714 Public Health Seminars
715 Journal Seminars
716 Research in Public Health
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
New course Recreation 467 (life) Leisure Services and The Older Adult

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