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Array 5837.
Wednesday, April 25,  1973.
The Eighth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1972-73 was held on Wednesday, April 25, 1973,
at 8: 00 p .m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Bui Iding.
Present:    President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Mr. D. V.
Anderson, Mr. G. E. Andreone, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dean D. V. Bates,
Miss A. J. Baumgart, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. T. H. Brown,
Mr. R. M. Buzza, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C. J. Connaghan,
Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Miss V.C.
Embree, Dr. N. Epstein, Mr. D. B. Fields, Rev. R. W. Finn, DeanW. D.
Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. N. C. Franz, Dr. W. C.
Gibson, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. B.
Howard, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. R. V. Kubicek,
Mrs. W.T. Lane, Mrs. J . MacD. Lecky, Dean S.W. Leung, Mr. T. B.
Lindsay, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dean Helen McCrae,
Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Mr. J. G. Matkin, Mr. R. J.
Mattiussi, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. J. M. Munsie, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F.
Osborne, Pr. G. V. Parkinson, Pr. R. A. Restrepo, Mr. S. J. Robinson,
Pr. G. Rosenbluth, Pr. I. S. Ross, Pean N. V. Scarfe, Mr. J. M. Schoening,
Pr. A. P. Scott, Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Pr. J. K. Stager,
Pr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. P. A. Swain, Mr. J. T. Sydor, Mr. G. A. Thorn,
Pean G. M. Volkoff, Mr. F. C. Walden, Pr. W. A. Webber, Pean P. H. White.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. G. R. Selman.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Oeputy President W. M. Armstrong, Pr. P. G.
Brown, Mr. C. McK. Campbell, Mrs. F. Field, The Hon. E. P. Fulton,
Pean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. G. H.P. Hobbs, Mr. P. A. Insley, Pr. J. M.
Kennedy, Pr. W. P. Kitts, Pr. L. Kraintz, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Rev. J. P.
Martin, Pr. P. H. Pearse, Mr. P. S. Plant, Pean B. E. Riedel, Pr. R. F.
Sharp, Pean M. Shaw, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. P. R. Williams. 5838
Wednesday, April 25,  1973.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the Minutes of the Seventh regular
Dean Volkoff     ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1972-73
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Nominating Committee
(i)   Ad hoc Committee on Extracurricular Activities
Dr. Norris presented the report.   At its meeting of
March 21, 1973 Senate passed a resolution that a committee be
established to examine Senate's philosophies and objectives
vis-a-vis extracurricular activities and to make recommendations
regarding their implementation.   The Nominating Committee
recommended the following membership:-
Mr. C. McK. Campbell Mrs. C. A. Soong
Dr. J. D. Dennison Mr. D. A. Swain
Mr. C. C. Gourlay Mr. J. T. Sydor
Miss E. McCann Dr. H. V. Warren
Mr. R. F. Osborne
It was agreed that Dr. C. V. Finnegan be added to the
membership.
Dean Scarfe       ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. McGregor   ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
(ii) Ad hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Courses and Programmes
At the March 21, 1973 meeting of Senate it was resolved that 5839.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Nominating Committee
(ii) Ad hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Courses and Programmes
(continued)
a committee be appointed to consider the co-ordination of existing
interdisciplinary undergraduate courses and programmes, the means
of facilitating further development of interdisciplinary studies; and
the formulation of intellectual principles and goals that may arise
from such studies.
The Nominating Committee recommended the following
membership:
Miss V. C. Embree Pean M. Shaw
Pr. R. V. Kubicek Pr. J. K. Stager
Pr. J. Levy Dr. K. S. Stockholder
It was agreed that Dr. Charlotte David be added to the
membership of the committee.
Dean Cowan      ) That Senate approve the recommendations
Mrs. Sonthoff  ) of the Nominating Committee.
Carried
(iii) Committee on Academic Building Needs
Senate agreed to the proposal of the Committee on Academic
Building Needs that Dr. J. H. G. Smith be added to its membership.
Student Membership in Faculties - motion by Dr.   D.  G.   Brown
In the absence of Dr. Brown, Dr. Finnegan spoke briefly to the motion. 5840.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Business arising from the Minutes
Student Membership in Faculties - motion by Dr.   P.  G.   Brown
(continued)
Pr. Finnegan   ) That the recommendations of the
Pr. Norris        ) Senate ad hoc Committee on Student
Membership in Faculties be referred
to each of the bodies affected by them,
and that Senate make dear to those
bodies that they are invited to return
to Senate any recommendations they
see fit on matters of principle as well
as detail.
Puring the following debate some members expressed the opinion that
it would be desirable to obtain the views of the Faculties before Senate
adopted the recommendations contained in the report of the Committee on
Student Membership in Faculties to be discussed later in the meeting.
It was felt that the recommendations of the committee did not lay down
stringent requirements which Faculties, Schools or other bodies must
follow beyond saying that there should be student representation in
Faculties.
The motion was lost.
Open University - motion by Mr.  S.  J.   Robinson
At the request of Mr. Robinson it was agreed that discussion of the
following motion be deferred until the May 23,  1973 meeting of Senate: -
"That Senate establish a committee to examine the costs and
benefits of adopting the Open University concept in British
Columbia with particular reference to The University of British
Columbia's role in such a programme. " 5841.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Business arising from the Minutes   (continued)
Criteria for admission to professional  Faculties - motion by
Mr.  P.  A.   Insley
Senate agreed to postpone discussion of the following motion until the
May 23,  1973 meeting of Senate:-
"That Senate henceforth require that professional Faculties and
Schools involving post baccalaureate programmes such as Law,
Medicine, Architecture and Dentistry, send their criteria for
admission to the Senate Admissions Committee before or at least
concurrently when selections are being made for the next Academic
Year.    The documents to be sent to the Admissions Committee shall
include at least the average age of the applicant, the total number
of applicants, the sex of the applicant, and the average age, number
and sex of the applicants accepted. "
Courses by  newspaper
A proposal for offering courses by newspaper forwarded by the editor
of "The Province" had been circulated.
Dr. Norris reported that the Senate Curriculum Committee had
considered the proposal but felt the Centre for Continuing Education
was the appropriate body to examine the feasibility of offering courses
by newspaper.
Dr. Norris ) That the proposal to offer courses
Mrs. Sonthoff  ) by newspaper be referred to the
Centre for Continuing Education.
In amendment:
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the proposal to offer courses
Dean Cowan       ) by newspaper be referred to the
Centre for Continuing Education for
recommendation to Senate regarding
p rop rie ty an d feas ib i ii ty.
The motion as amended was put and carried. 5842.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject, where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes
be implemented without formal reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President; and that the Peans and Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of
such new programmes.
(i)       Two new courses, Applied Science 160 and 260;  changes in curriculum
resulting from the introduction of these courses (as outlined in the
Appendix of the Minutes of the Senate meeting of January 24,  1973),
and the deletion of English 150, recommenced by the Faculty of Applied
Science.    (P. 5766, 5773-6)
(ii)      Course and curriculum changes recommended by the Faculty of
Education.    (P. 5784-5)
(iii)     New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of Law.
(P. 5817)
(iv)     New courses recommended by the School of Nursing.    (P. 5817)
(v)      Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical
Sciences.    (P. 5818)
(vi)     Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration.    (P.5835)
(vii)    New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.    (P. 5835-6)
Reports of Committees of Senate
Agenda Committee
Part-time degrees
At the March 21, 1973 meeting Senate agreed that the reports
of the Faculties concerning part-time study toward degrees should
be submitted not later than the May meeting of Senate. 5843.
Wednesday, April 25,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Agenda Committee
Part-time degrees   (continued)
The Agenda Committee felt that these reports should be
referred to the Senate Admissions Committee for correlation and
report to Senate.
Dr. McGregor   ) That the submissions of the Faculties
Mr. Osborne     ) concerning part-time degree studies
be referred to the Senate Admissions
Committee for correlation and report
to Senate.
Carried
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Law   (See Appendix)
Dr. Norris presented the report on items submitted from the
Faculty of Law.
Dr. Norris ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Law
Dr. Johnstone   ) to offer new courses be approved.
Carried
The Chairman of the Curriculum Committee reported that the
Faculty of Law had requested that the proposal to change the numbers
of Law 501 and Law 503 be withdrawn.   A revised proposal would be
submitted at a later date.
Proposal  to fuse the Curriculum Committee and  the New
Programmes Committee
A proposal to fuse the Curriculum Committee and the New
Programmes Committee had been circulated. 5844.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Proposal  to fuse the Curriculum Committee and  the New
Programmes Committee   (continued)
It was explained that members of both these committees felt
they were performing the same function.   Proposed new programmes
or extensive changes in existing programmes were at present reviewed
by both committees which resulted in a duplication of efforts and, on
occasion, delay and confusion.
Pr. Norris )
Mr. Anderson   )
(a) That the New Programmes
Committee be abolished and
its functions be transferred
to the Curriculum Committee;
(b) that the Curriculum Committee
create a standing sub-committee
called the New Programmes
Sub-committee to consider all
new programmes and substantial
changes in existing programmes;
(c) that the Curriculum Committee
report to Senate on all Category A
curriculum changes, including
new programmes and substantial
changes in programmes, and list
all Category B curriculum changes;
and
(d) that Senate members have a
majority of seats on the Curriculum
Committee.
It was suggested that since a committee had been established
at the previous meeting to review the report of the Committee on the
Role and Organization of Senate it would be appropriate to refer the
proposal to that committee. 5845.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Proposal to fuse the Curriculum Committee and the New
Programmes Committee   (continued)
In amendment:
Or. Clark       ) That the proposal to fuse the
Mrs. Angus   ) Curriculum Committee and the
New Programmes Committee be
referred to the Committee to Review
the Report of the Committee on the
Role and Organization of Senate.
In the following brief discussion it was felt that no useful
purpose would be served by referring the proposal to another
committee.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
Pr. Norris    ) That the following recommendations
Pr. Gray       ) be made to the Senate Nominating
Committee:-
(a) That the membership of the
Curriculum Committee for the
remainder of the present term
be as follows:-
12 Faculty Curriculum Chairmen
or their representatives
13 senators (4 of whom will be
students).
(b) That Senate members be chosen
from those at present serving on
the Curriculum Committee and the
New Programmes Committee. 5846.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Proposal  to fuse the Curriculum Committee and  the New
Programmes Committee   (continued)
In amendment:
Mr. Robinson   ) That in part (a) after the words
Mr. Andreone   ) "4 of whom will be students" the
words "and at least 2 of whom would
be convocation members" be added.
Following a brief discussion the amendment was carried.
The motion as amended was put and carried.
Proposed procedures of the Curriculum Committee
A report proposing revised procedures which would apply
to the curriculum presentations by Faculties and Schools was
presented by the Chairman of the Curriculum Committee.
The report included: -
(i)       a schedule for curriculum presentations to ensure
that curriculum business is more evenly distributed
throughout the year than at present;
(ii)      a new form and set of instructions for curriculum
presentations; and
(iii)    a statement of the committee's methods of doing
business.
Pr. Norris    ) That Senate approve the adoption of
Pr. Gray       ) the proposed procedures as circulated. 5847.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Proposed  procedures of the Curriculum Committee   (continued)
In amendment:
Pean White    ) Having regard to the fact that
Dean Finn      ) the Faculty of Graduate Studies
comprises over 50% of members of
Faculty, a course recommended to
Senate by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies shall normally be placed in
Category B.
Dean White explained that the intent of the amendment was to
speed up the procedure for approving graduate courses.   He felt that
since proposed new courses and curriculum changes received thorough
investigation by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Curriculum Committee
it was unnecessary to further delay the procedure by requiring the
approval of the Senate Curriculum Committee.
In the discussion the concensus was that there was no basis
for making a distinction between the procedure for approving graduate
courses and that for undergraduate courses.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried .
Native Indians at U.B.C.
Professor Fields presented the report.   The committee was established
in November 1969 and in March 1970 submitted an interim report outlining
the following areas which it felt should be examined:- 5848.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Native Indians at U.B.C.    (continued)
1. a counselling programme and information service
2. a "transitional year programme"
3. admissions streamlining
4. longer range considerations
The final report outlined the committee's action in respect of each of
the above areas.
Mr. Fields    ) That the report be received.
Dr. Gray       )
Carried
Mr. Fields   ) That the University urge the Provincial
Dr. Aho        ) Government In co-operation with the
Union of B. C. Indian Chiefs and the
B.C. Association of Non-status Indians
to implement and fund a counselling and
information programme concerning
post-secondary educational opportunities
for native Indians in British Columbia.
Mr. Robinson stated that the committee established to look into the
feasibility of a special introductory programme for native Indian students
hoped to be in a position to report at the May meeting of Senate and
suggested that discussion of the motion be deferred until that time.
It was agreed that the motion be tabled until the May 23, 1973 meeting
of Senate.
Student Membership in Faculties
Dean White presented the second interim report of the committee. 5849.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate   (continued)
Recommendation 1
Dean White    ) That the total number of student
Dean Finn      ) representatives at a Faculty meeting
be not less than 5% and not more than
25% of the number of members of the
teaching staff having Faculty rank,
and the proportions of undergraduate
and graduate students be determined
by Faculty regulation.
In reply to a query it was confirmed that the motion should read
"the total number of student representatives eligible to attend a Faculty
meeting . ..".
Some members felt that the prescribed percentages were impracticable
as far as the majority of Faculties were concerned.
In amendment:
Dr. Rosenbluth   )        That the motion be amended to read
Dr. Cavers )       "That the total number of student
representatives eligible to attend
a Faculty meeting be not more than
£D^   ...     .
The amendment was lost.
In amendment:
Miss Embree     ) That the motion be amended to read
Mr. Robinson   ) "That the total number of student
representatives eligible to attend a
Faculty meeting be not less than 25%
and not more than 49% of the total
number of voting faculty and student
members".
The amendment was lost. 5850.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in Faculties
Recommendation 1    (continued)
Concern was expressed that the phrase "the number of members of
the teaching staff having Faculty rank" implied that all teaching staff
eligible to attend Faculty meetings were eligible to vote.
It was also pointed out that there were Faculty members with voting
privileges who did not come under the description of Faculty rank
as defined in Principle 4 of the interim report submitted to the
January 17,  1973 meeting of Senate, and outlined below:-
"At Faculty meetings or committee meetings where students have
representation, membership shall be so constituted that members
of the teaching staff having Faculty rank (i.e. professors, associate
professors, and assistant professors) shall be in an appropriate
majority. "
In amendment:
Dr. Webber       ) That the motion be amended to read
Dr. Hardwick   ) "That the total number of student
representatives eligible to attend
a Faculty meeting be not less than
5% and not more than 25% of the number
of members of teaching staff eligible
to vote at Faculty meetings, and the
proportions ..."
Carried
It was felt that since Principle 4 referred to attendance at Faculty
meetings a problem could arise if an equal number of students and Faculty
members attended;  some students would have to be asked to leave until
the number was down to the agreed 25% maximum. 5851.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in Faculties
Recommendation  1      (continued)
In amendment:
Dr. Rosenbluth   )       That the figure 5% be replaced by the
Dr. Ross )       number eight.
It was pointed out that in some Faculties where membership was very
small eight student representatives would comprise more than the agreed
25% maximum.
The amendment was lost.
The motion as amended, to read as follows, was put: -
"That the total number of student representatives
eligible to attend a Faculty meeting be not less than
5% and not more than 25% of the number of members
of teaching staff eligible to vote at Faculty meetings,
and the proportions of undergraduate and graduate
students be determined by Faculty regulation."
Carried
Recommendation 2
Student representatives shall have the right to vote at Faculty
meetings.
Dean White explained that no action by Senate was required concerning
this recommendation since it merely reaffirmed Principle 1 approved at
the January 17, 1973 meeting of Senate. 5852.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in Faculties   (continued)
Recommendation 3   (a)
Dean White  ) That in proposing to the Senate a
Dean Finn    ) scheme of undergraduate and graduate
student representation. Faculties seek
to provide representation by Departments
and so far as is possible for the Faculty
as a whole representation by students
in all years.
Considerable debate followed concerning the phrase "Faculties seek
to provide representation by Departments . . .".   It was agreed that the
words "Faculties seek to provide representation by their constitutent
elements and so far as ..." be substituted.
In amendment:
Miss Embree     ) That the method of election of students
Mr. Robinson   ) to Faculties and Faculty committees be
governed by the undergraduate and
graduate societies of the Faculties.
It was explained that while eligibility requirements for student
representation would have to be agreed upon by Senate the elections
would be conducted by the undergraduate and graduate societies.
In the following dicussion it was agreed that the words "and
Faculty committees" in the amendment be deleted, and that the words
"and eligibility requirements be determined by the Faculty concerned"
be added after "... undergraduate and graduate societies of the Faculties."
The amendment was lost. 5853.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in Faculties
Recommendation 3   (a)    (continued)
In amendment:
Mr. Andreone   ) That Senate determine the eligibility
Mr. Mattiussi    ) requirements and the procedure for
electing the students and that the
undergraduate and graduate societies
conduct the elections.
Some members felt that the last phrase of the proposed amendment
was out of order in view of the amendment just defeated .
A straw vote was taken and the amendment was ruled in order.
The amendment was carried .
The Secretary was requested to read the motion as amended, and
outlined below: -
"That in proposing to Senate a scheme of undergraduate and
graduate student representation, Faculties seek to provide
representation by their constituent elements and so far as is
possible for the Faculty as a whole representation by students
in all years; that Senate determine the eligibility requirements
and the procedure for electing the students and that the
undergraduate and graduate societies conduct the elections. "
The motion as amended was put and carried.
Recommendation 3   (b)
Dean White     )
Dean Cowan   )
That Graduate students be represented
at the meetings of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies and that Faculty shall propose a
scheme of election in conformity with
these principles. 5854.
Wednesday, April 25,  1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in Faculties
Recommendation 3   (b)    (continued)
In amendment:
Mr. Robinson    )
Mr. Andreone   )
That Graduate students be represented
at the meetings of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies; that Senate determine eligibility
procedures for election; that elections
be conducted by the Graduate Student
Society.
Carried
The motion as amended was put and carried.
Recommendation 4
Dean White        ) That where student representatives
Dr. Hardwick   ) serve on Faculty committees the
members having Faculty rank be
in the majority, and the number of
students form up to one-third of the
membership of the committee.
It was agreed that the wording of the motion be changed to read "That
where student representatives serve on Faculty committees the Faculty
members eligible to vote at Faculty meetings be in the majority ... ".
In amendment:
Mr. Robinson   ) That after the words "one-third of the
Mr. Swain ) membership of the committee" the words
"and not less than two" be added.
Mr. Robinson felt that without the addition of the words "not less than
two" there was a possibility that students might not be represented on
Faculty committees.   The amendment was withdrawn when it was pointed 5855.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Student Membership in  Faculties
Recommendation 4   (continued)
out that the principle of student representation on Faculty committees had
already been adopted by Senate in Principle 2 (page 5753 Senate minutes)
The motion, reading as follows, was put:-
"That where student representatives serve on Faculty
committees the Faculty members eligible to vote at
Faculty meetings be in the majority, and the number
of students form up to one-third of the membership
of the committee. "
Carried
Attention was drawn to Principle 4 adopted by Senate at the
January 17,  1973 meeting (P.5754) .   It was felt that this should be
amended in order to be consistent with the motions just approved.
Dr. Clark    )
Dean White   )
Recommendation 5
Dean White )
Mr. Swain   )
That Principle 4 be amended to read:
"In the constitution of membership of
Faculties and Faculty committees,
Faculty members eligible to vote
shall be in an appropriate majority. "
Carried
That Faculties shall submit the
regulations to give effect to these
policies by the November 1973 meeting
of Senate.
In amendment:
Dean White   )
Mr. Swain    )
That Faculties be requested to submit
regulations to the Senate Committee on
Student Membership in Faculties; these
regulations to be reported to Senate by
November 1973.
The motion as amended was put and carried. 5856.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Arts   (See Appendix)
Senate approved the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer
Anthropology/Sociology 100 at Chilliwack, through the Centre for
Continuing Education.   Senate also approved a proposal offering extension
credit courses for the 1973/74 session.
Faculty of Science   (See Appendix)
Senate approved the proposal of the Faculty of Science to offer
extension credit courses September 1973/April 1974.
Report from the Faculty of Graduate Studies
A review of enrolments, degrees awarded, time to degree, and
financial support had been circulated for information.
Other Business
Submission from the Faculty of Education   (See Appendix)
Senate approved the proposal of the Faculty of Education to offer
extension credit courses for the 1973/74 session.
Notice of motion by Mr.  S.  J.   Robinson
Mr. Robinson gave notice of the following motion: -
"That a joint Senate/Board committee be struck to report
to Senate on the current status of student aid at U.B.C.
including among other things how recipients of bursaries,
scholarships, fellowships and loans are chosen, how the
amounts are decided upon, who makes the decisions in
this area and the average amount of aid granted. " Pages 5857 - 5858
Restricted access - not scanned 5859.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A   =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extra-sessional credit course - September  1973/April  1974
(Chilliwack)
Anthropology/Sociology 100 (3)   Elementary Problems in Anthropological
and Sociological Analysis
Extra-sessional  credit courses -  1973/74
Anthropology 200 -   Introduction to Social Organization
305 -   Theory in Archaeology
310 -   Urban Anthropology
Asian Studies 105-   Introduction to East Asia
Economics 100-   Principles of Economics
English 201-  A Survey of English Literature from
Chaucer to 1914
202 -   Major Authors
**     303 -   English Composition (3 sections)
**      311 -   Children's Literature (2 sections) *
321 -   Approaches to Poetry
341 -  The English Novel from Joseph Conrad
to the Present
365 -   Shakespeare
425 -   Modern Drama
Fine Arts 125- History of Western Art
181 - Studio I
337 - 17th and 18th Century Art
387- Studio:   Analysis of Style
French 202 - Studies in French Language and Style, I
302 - Studies in French Language and Style, II
334- French Civilization 5860.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extra-sessional credit courses -  1973/74   (continued)
History
Japanese
Linguistics
Philosophy
Psychology
303 -   History of the Canadian West
304 -   Social & Economic History of the Middle
Ages
327 -  American Colonial and Revolutionary
History
432 -   Diplomacy of the Great Powers from the
Early 20th Century
328-  The United States,  1789-1877
400 -   Intellectual History of Modern Europe
100 -   Basic Japanese
420 -   Introduction to Linguistic Problems
445 -   Sociolinguistics
100 -   Introduction to Philosophy
410 -   Philosophical Problems
200 - Experimental Psychology
305 - Theory of Personality
307 - Motivation and Emotion
316 - Methods in Research
Religious Studies        204
Sociology
Spanish
Theatre
361
461
473
100
200
Introduction to the Study of Eastern
Religious Traditions
Social Stratification
Political Sociology
Sociology of Mental Illness (tentative)
First-Year Spanish
Second-Year Spanish
301 -   Children's Theatre (tentative)
**      Not for credit in the Faculty of Arts
*        Off-campus sections of English 311 are being arranged by the
Faculty of Education 5861 .
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Extra-sessional  credit courses -  1973/74
On-Campus
Ed. 407 Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children (tentative)
Ed. 414 Communications Media & Technology in Learning
Ed. 431 Primary Learning Disabilities (tentative)
Ed. 433 The Personal S Social Development of the Adult
Ed. 436/37 Behaviour Disorders in Children/Teaching
Maladjusted Children
Ed. 470 Educational Sociology
Ed. 494/96 Communications Media Programmes in Schools/
Motion Picture Production in Education
English 311 Children's Literature
Gen. Sc. 309 General Science for Elementary School Teachers
Theatre 301 Children's Theatre (tentative)
Off-Campus
Ed. 308 Physical Education
Ed. 331 Human Development
Ed. 333 Curriculum £ Instruction for Young Children
Ed. 336 Modern Theories of Education for Young
Children (tentative)
Ed. 380 Outdoor Environmental Studies
Ed. 400 Philosophy of Education
Ed. 402 Social Studies (tentative)
Ed. 407 Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children
Ed. 425 Curriculum & Instruction in Art II  (Winter
Session 73/74 & Intersession 1974)
Ed. 430 History of Education
Ed. 460 An Introduction to Educational Administration
Ed. 461 Educational Diagnosis & Remedial Instruction
Ed. 465 Technical Problem (Science Education)
Ed. 465 Technical Problem (Industrial Education)
Ed. 473 Developmental Reading in the Elementary Grades
Ed. 476 Remedial Reading
Ed. 479 Cross- Cultural Education (Native Indians)
Ed. 487 Recent Developments in Elementary Education
English 311 Children's Literature 5862.
Wednesday, April 25, 1973.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF LAW
A     New courses Law 283 (3)      Clinical course in Criminal
Practice
Law 242 (li)     Law and Literature
Calendar statement on page 230 (1972-73 Calendar) Second and
Third Years, paragraph 2 revised to include Law 242:-
All students must take 231 Evidence and one subject from
the group of "Legal Philosophy" courses (239 Jurisprudence,
241 Modern Jurisprudential Problems, 242 Law and Literature
and 247 Legal Process) .
B     Changes Law 239 and 241 - change in description
B      Deletion Law 265
B     Changes in Law 246 Legal Ethics - now Law 248
number *    Law 501 Directed Research - changed to Law 497
Law 503 Directed Research - changed to Law 499
*
* These proposed changes were withdrawn by the Faculty of Law
(see P.5843)
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Extra-sessional credit courses -  1973/74
On-Campus
Computer Science 200 (1i)    Elements of Computer Science
Computer Science 210 (3)      Algorithms and Programming
Off-Campus
Biology 101   (3)     Principles of Biology (Chilliwack)

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