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Array 9095.
December 16, 1987
The Fourth Regular Meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1987-88 was held on Wednesday, December 16, 1987 at
8.00 p.m. in Room 102, George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President D. W. Strangway, (Chairman), Chancellor L. R.
Peterson, Mr. D. A. Anderson, Dr. J. M. Anderson, Dr. E. G. Auld, Dr. B.
Bressler, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. R. G. Bush, Dr. D. G. A.
Carter, Mr. A. K. Colbeck, Dr. T. S. Cook, Ms. L. M. Copeland, Ms. H. E.
Cowan, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Dr. A. J. Elder, Dr. J. A. S.
Evans, Mr. M. Fahy, Mr. J. A. S. Fogarassy, Dr. M. A. Goldberg, Dr. S. E.
Grace, Dr. S. W. Hamilton, Dr. M. A. Hickling, Dr. S. Katz, Dean R. W.
Kennedy, Dr. A. Kozak, Mr. J. Kulich, Dr. S. C. Lindstrom, Mr. G. Loeb, Dean
P. A. Lusztig, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Dr. J. A. McLean, Mr. M. G. McMillan, Dean
J. H. McNeill, Dean A. Meisen, Dean R. C. Miller, Jr., Dr. A. G. Mitchell,
Dr. B. M. Morrison, Professor D. Pavlich, Mr. S. R. Pearce, Mr. A. J.
Pearson, Mr. D. M. Pettingale, Dr. J. E. Phillips, Mrs. G. E. Plant, Dean
J. F. Richards, Dr. D. F. Robitaille, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder,
Dr. M. Shaw, Dean N. Sheehan, Dr. L. de Sobrino, Mr. R. A. Speers, Dr. R. A.
Spencer, Dr. L. J. Stan, Mr. G. Taylor, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Mr. G. A. Thorn,
Dr. R. C Thompson, Dr. A. Van Seters, Dr. J. Vanderstoep, Dean W. A.
Webber, Dr. L. S. Weiler, Dean R. M. Will, Mr. J. A. Williamson, Dr. J. L.
Wisenthal, Ms. N. E. Woo, Dr. W. W. Wood.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr.
C E. Armerding, Mr. D. W. Barron, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Dr. A. Eisen, Dr.
A. G. Hannam, Dr. B. c. McBride, Mr. E. S. Reid, Mr. J. P. Ringwald, Dr.
J. K. Stager, Ms. B. Steffensen, Mr. K. H. Stewart, Dean P. Suedfeld, Mr. M.
Sugimoto, Mr. S. Vukusic.
Minutes of previous meeting
Dr. Wisenthal  )  That the minutes of the Third regular
Dr. Weiler    )  meeting of Senate for the Session 1987-88,
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Chairman's remarks and related questions
Dr. Stranqway commented on the merger of the UBC Health Sciences Centre
Hospital and Shaughnessy Hospital. He stated that the Deans and the
Associate Deans of the relevant Faculties had had an opportunity to look at 9096.
December 16, 1987
Chairman's remarks and related questions  (continued)
the issues relatinq to the hospital merger from an academic perspective and
from a teaching and research perspective, and that they had had input into
the process through that mechanism.
At the request of the Chairman, Dean Webber made a few comments. He
stated that it was an important development from the standpoint of the
Faculty of Medicine and the Health Sciences Faculties and Schools. He
stated that they had utilized, and been involved with, both of the hospitals
very extensively, and that there were some excellent academic programs going
on in both of them. He said that it was a very exciting opportunity as far
as the Faculty of Medicine is concerned and that interesting developments
were likely to come out of the merger in the coming year.
Dr. Strangway referred to material circulated at the meeting with
respect to issues on employment equity. He stated that the reason for
brinqinq it to the attention of Senate was that there were many issues
concerning employment equity and he wished to give members of Senate an
opportunity to submit comments before making a decision with respect to this
matter. He stated that the decision would have to be made almost
immediately but that before doing so, he wanted as broad a cross-section of
the community to have an opportunity to look at the issues and to have as
much input as possible in the time available. Basically, he said, the
government is, in effect, asking the University to state that it supports
the principles of employment equity; that it will have an employment equity
officer in place and that over a period of time it will develop a set of
goals with respect to hirinq principles. Dr. Strangway asked that comments
be submitted by December 31, 1987. 9097.
December 16, 1987
Chairman's remarks and related questions  (continued)
Dr. Stranqway announced that he had received a copy of the draft report
on the Reqistrar's Office which would be published in draft form in the very
near future.  He added that, on behalf of those involved, he wished to
apoloqize for any embarrassment caused,  either  to the present Acting
Registrar or to previous Registrars, by a recent article in UBC Reports.
Dean Webber responded to a query concerning the governance of the merged
hospital. He stated that the two Boards are going to be meeting jointly to
develop a proposed set of bye-laws. One of the positions put forward by the
Faculty of Medicine was that the Board of the new hospital should have at
least the level of university representation on it that exists on the
current Board of the Health Sciences Centre Hospital. That and some other
related issues were approved in principle by both Boards at the time that
they decided to proceed with the merger. He anticipated that the hospitals
would develop a recommendation to the Ministry about the composition of the
Board of the proposed merged institutions.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject,
where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the
President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked
to indicate the space requirements, if any, of such new proqrams.
(i)   Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to abolish the Centre for
Studies in 19th Century Music  (p.9068)
(ii)  Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to abolish the Centre for
Molecular Genetics  (pp.9069-70)
(iii)  Establishment  of  the  NSERC  Industrial  Chair  in  Nickel  Alloy
Development  (p.9087) •
9098.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
(i)  Admissions Committee
Dr. Elder, Chairman of the Committee, presented the report of the
Committee which recommended approval of the following items:
a) Faculty of Applied Science - addition to Calendar statement under
"Admission from Science"
Applicants who will receive more than 12 units of transfer credit in
Engineering may be eligible for second year Engineering, depending on
the program which they wish to enter and the transfer credit
received. Advice on transfer credit is available from the Applied
Science Dean's Office. Applicants admitted to second year may be
able to complete their Engineering program in three years following
first year Science, depending on the first year Engineering courses
that they lack and the arrangements that they can make for completing
these courses. These applicants must obtain a "Second Year Program
Preference Form" from the Applied Science Dean's Office and return
the completed form to the Dean's Office prior to June 30th.
Applicants with 12 or fewer units of transfer credit in Engineering
will normally enter first year Engineering and take a program similar
to the "Typical Transfer Program Following First Year Science" shown
below. Applicants admitted to first year Engineering will normally
require four years following first year Science to complete their
Engineering programs.
b) Faculty of Arts - change in admission to Major and Honours Program
Statement
(N.B. Editorial changes were made by the Committee.) Under
Admission to the Major and Honours Program change second paragraph
to read:
Selection for admission is based on the overall standing (average) in
all units of credit earned to date toward the B.A. program with the
exception of 6 units which may be excluded. At least 24 units
including English 100, Economics 100, Mathematics 140 and 141 (or
equivalent) must be included in the average. Students not admitted
to the Major in Economics who are eligible to take Economics 490 may
be admitted to the fourth year of the program if places become
available.
Under Application change to read:
A written application for admission to the Major and Honours program
should be received by June 30 prior to registering for the third year
to ensure that the student will be considered for admission.
Application forms are available from the Undergraduate Admissions 9099.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
(i)  Admissions Committee
b) Faculty of Arts - change in admission to Major and Honours Program
Statement
Under Application change to read:  (continued)
Secretary, Department of Economics, The University of British
Columbia, #997-1873 East Mall, Vancouver, B. C, V6T 1W5. The
application form must be accompanied by a copy of the student's
permanent record from UBC and official transcripts of the student's
record from all other post-secondary educational institutions that he
or she has attended.
Under Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts change 30
units to 27 units.
c) Faculty of Dentistry - change in deadline date of application for
admission
Under the heading Admissions Requirements para. 3, change last
sentence to read: (chanqe underlined)
"The deadline date for applications each year is January 7 for
admission the following September and the earliest date for applying
is July 1 of the previous year."
Under the heading, Admission of Students to Advanced Standing B.
change Item (e) to read:  (change underlined)
"(e) must make application by January 7 for the year to which
admission is sought."
d)   Faculty of Dentistry - changes to Calendar statements on admission
requirements and admission of students to advanced standing
Admission Requirements
(first paragraph as is)
The fulfilment of the mimimum reguirements for admission does not
guarantee acceptance. Candidates who meet admission requirements but
are not successful in qaininq a place in the first year class with
their initial
application
may reapply
fo
r admiss
Lon in
a si
jbsequent
vear.
However,  reapplications
from
candidates
who
have
already
applied
unsuccessfully on
three
previous
occasions are
not
normally
accepted
, and
the number of
interviews
is
normally
limited to
two. 9100.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
(i)  Admissions Committee
d)   Faculty of Dentistry - changes to Calendar statements on admission
requirements  and  admission  of  students  to  advanced  standing
(continued)
Admission of Students to Advanced Standing
1. Students from an accredited Canadian or American dental school
seeking transfer to this Faculty
(add:)
g) will be required to submit references.
h) may be required to attend for a personal interview at the
candidate's expense.
2. Students who have obtained their dental degree from a foreign
country and wish to obtain a Canadian degree in order to practise in
Canada
(add:)
_f) will be required to complete the Dental Aptitude Test (see
Aptitude Testing above)
g) will be required to submit references.
h)  may
be
required
to
att
end
for
a personal
interview
at
the
candidate's
expense.
e)
School of Nursing - c
hange
in
admission
requirements
for
R.N.
students
After "No specific courses at the secondary shool level are mandatory
for registered nurse applicants." Add - "Normally, admission to the
School of Nursing requires a minimum academic standing of C+ average
(2.5 on a 4 point scale) based on either Senior Secondary School
graduation or at least six (6) units of university transfer course
work, whichever is most recent."
Change the sentence "Applicants applying as registered nurses must be
registered in British Columbia or be eligible to so register." to
read: "Applicants applying as registered nurses must have current
practising British Columbia registration or be eligible to so
register."
Under "Acceptable evidence includes one of the following:" change
items (i) (ii) and (iii) to read:
(i) Two (2) satisfactory references from employers for whom they have
worked within the three years preceding application for admission. 9101.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
(i)  Admissions Committee
e) School of Nursing - change in admission requirements for R.N, students
Change items (i) (ii) and (iii) to read:  (continued)
(ii) Satisfactory completion of an R.N.A.B.C approved refresher
course within three years prior to admission. Satisfactory
references are required from:
- a refresher course instructor;
- a supervisory person in a nursinq unit in which the applicant has
had clinical experience during or subsequent to the refresher course.
(iii) Graduation from an approved School of Nursing within the last
three years; work experience is not required.
Delete the statement "Applicants applying as registered nurses must
provide evidence of preparation in psychiatric nursing. One or more
of the following is acceptable:" and delete items (i) (ii) (iii) and
(iv).
In the paragraph beginning "Students entering as registered nurses
from schools other than The University of British Columbia..." delete
the words "For students entering as registered nurses...", and change
the last sentence to read: "All B.S.N, degree requirements must be
met within a maximum of six (6) years of initial enrolment in one or
more nursing courses except NURS 426."
f) Faculty of Science - requirements for admission to the B.Sc. Major in
Physics
After First and Second Years of the B.Sc. Major program, insert:
"Students should obtain better than the minimum passing mark in each
of Physics 213, 215 and 216 to enrol as Physics Majors."
Dr. Elder     )  That the proposals of the Faculty of
Dr. Kozak     )  Applied Science, Faculty of Arts, Faculty
of Dentistry, School of Nursing, and the
Faculty of Science be approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee  (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Thompson presented the report on curriculum proposals submitted by
the Faculties of Applied Science, Commerce and Business Administration,
Dentistry, Education, Forestry, Graduate Studies, Law, Medicine,
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Science, and the Schools of Physical Education
and Recreation, and Rehabilitation Medicine. 9102.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Faculty of Applied Science
The committee recommended approval, subject to minor editorial chanqes
and subject to the following:
Delete the words "impulse, momentum, work and energy" from the
description of PHYS 170
ELEC 476 - delete from the description "Same as CPSC 413" and add
"Credit will be given for only one of CPSC 413 or ELEC 476."
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
The committee recommended approval, subject to a minor editorial change
Faculty of Dentistry
The committee recommended approval
Faculty of Education
The committee recommended approval, subject to the following:
Item (11) Science Concentrations and Majors - under Concentrations in
the first line of the second paragraph, change 'should' to 'must'.
Department of Language Education - in the second line, change 'en' to
'ou', and under item 2. in the fifth line of the second paragraph,
change 'at' to *et'.
Faculty of Forestry
The committee recommended approval, subject to minor editorial changes
and the following corrections:
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry) - under Second Year -
the unit value of PHYS 170 should read (1.5)
Harvesting and Wood Science - under "Areas of Concentration" items 1.
and 3. change 12.5 to 14.5 units to 9.5 to 11.5 units, and under item 3.
change Botany 330 to Biology 351/352.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The committee recommended approval, subject to the following change to
the proposed Calendar statement:
"Social Work - M.S.W. Degree
The School offers opportunities for advanced study in major practice
specializations within social work. The Master of Social Work program
is organized around three concentrations:  Family Needs, Health Needs, •
9103.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies
"Social Work - M.S.W. Degree  (continued)
and Socio-economic Needs. Within each concentration there is a dual
focus of curriculum organization: (a) substantive knowledge of a
particular problem or needs area, and (b) strategies and skills in a
chosen practice specialization. Students who specialize in research are
expected to complete a thesis; other students are expected to complete
a practicum, a major paper, and a comprehensive examination.
The program involves 18 units of course work as follows:
(a) One two-term course or two one-term courses in the theoretical
foundations of social work or social welfare (3 units from SOWK 511,
512, or 513); a two-term course in social work research techniques
and methods (3 units from SOWK 551 or 552); and one two-term course
or two one-term courses in social policy and program planning (3
units from SOWK 521, 522, or 523).
(b) A methodology/practice specialization consisting of:
- Methodology/practice course(s) (3 units from SOWK 540, 541, 542,
543, 544 or 545, 553, or 554).
- Directed field studies (3 units of SOWK 560) or a thesis (3 - 4.5
units of SOWK 549).
(c) Elective courses in social work or in other disciplines, approved by
the candidate's program committee (1.5 - 3 units).
General admission requirements include a Bachelor's degree...".
Minor editorial changes were also made, and the following specific
changes were agreed upon:
SOWK 521 - in the description of this course the word "formation" should
read "formulation".
SOWK 523 - add to the course description:  "Topics will vary from year
to year"..
SOWK 551 - change the title to read:  Social Welfare Programs and
Policies - Research Techniques
SOWK 552 - change the title to read:   Social Work Practice and
Methodologies - Research Techniques 9104.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Law
It was stated in the report that approval of Law 455 was being
withheld pending consultation. Dr. Thompson informed Senate that
evidence of consultation had since been received and that the committee
were now recommending approval of this course.
The committee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of Law,
subject to minor editorial changes and subject to the following specific
changes:
Law 312 - add the following statement to the description "Credit will be
given for only one of 310/311 or 312".
Law 430 - unit value should read (l/1.5)_d
Law 481 - this should read:
"Law 481 (1/1.5)d Eastern European and Chinese Legal Systems - change
title and description to:
Law 481 (l/1.5)d Chinese Law - An introduction to Chinese Law
emphasizing the role of law in the revolutionary society of the
People's Republic of China. Attention will be given to developing a
critical understanding of the Canadian legal system through a
comparison with the Chinese system. May be taught as a course or a
seminar.  (2-0) or (3-0)".
Faculty of Medicine
The committee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of
Medicine, with the exception of PATH 440 "Honours Project", which is
being withheld pending clarification, and subject to the following
changes:
RADI 700 - change title to read Physics and Technology for Radiography
and delete last sentence of description
RADI 701 - delete last sentence of description
RADI 702 - delete last sentence of description
RADI 703 - change title to read Current Topics in Radiology, subject to
approval by the Faculty of Medicine
RADI 713 - the changes to this course include a title change.  Add to
the description "(Also offered as Pathology 733)" 9105.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The committee recommended approval of a course change.
School of Physical Education and Recreation
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals.
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
The committee recommended approval, subject to minor editorial changes,
the addition of hours to RHME 203, 312, 322, 419 and 432, and changes in
hours for RHME 205, 206, 323, 413, and 416
Faculty of Science
Dr. Thompson noted that although details of the proposed B.Sc.
Program in Aquacultural Science appeared in the proposals from the
Faculty  of  Science,  the  committee  had  not  yet  finished  its
deliberations.  The proposal would therefore be presented at the January
meeting of Senate.
The committee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of
Science, (with the exception of Physics 270 which is being withheld
pending approval by the Faculty of Applied Science) subject to minor
editorial changes and the following specific changes:
Atmospheric Science Major - footnote 1 - change (CHEM 201 recommended)
to read:  (Recommended prerequisite:  CHEM 201)
Atmospheric Science Honours - footnote 1 - after "cumulative average",
add "for all courses taken in the Program".
Diploma in Meteorology - in the second paragraph delete the words "from
a recoqnized university", and in the final paragraph insert the word
"entering" before the words "non-UBC students..."
Atmospheric Science 449 - change the description to read: "Honours
students must submit a graduating report based on a project undertaken
with the approval of the Chairman of the Atmospheric Science Program."
Combined Biology and Chemistry Honours - under Fourth Year change total
units to (16.5)
Biology 411 - change the statement in parentheses to read: (Same as
Plant Science 431), and add "Prerequisite: BIOL 205 or Plant Science
331" 9106.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Dr. Thompson  )  That the proposals of the Faculties of
Dr. McLean    )  Applied Science, Commerce and Business
Administration, Dentistry, Education,
Forestry, Graduate Studies, Law, Medicine,
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Science, and the
Schools of Physical Education and Recreation,
and Rehabilitation Medicine be approved,
subject to the provisos noted.
Attention was drawn to the Zooloqy courses which had now become Biology
courses.  It was pointed out that it will no longer be evident from the
titles that there is zoological content.  It was agreed that, where
relevant, the word "animal" be included in the course titles, as editorial
changes.
After further discussion the motion was put and carried.
Continuing Education
The annual report on Part-time Studies, Distance Education, Continuing
Education and Cultural Activities of The University of British Columbia,
for 1986-87 had been circulated for information. Dean Kennedy, Chairman
of the Committee, spoke briefly to the report and expressed appreciation
to the Director of Continuing Education, Mr. Jindra Kulich, who not only
had reported on the activities offered through his own Centre but had
again collated information on activities from a wide variety of units
across the University.
Nominating Committee
Dr. Tennant, Chairman of the Committee, presented the following report:
"At its meeting of November 18, 1987, Senate agreed to the establishment
of an Ad hoc Committee on at-large Election of Student Senators. The
committee's terms of reference are to consider the following proposal: 9107.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee  (continued)
"The A.M.S. Council recommends to Senate that the student membership on
Senate be as follows: one representative from each Faculty and the
remaining five to be distributed on a per capita basis to the five
faculties having the highest enrolment number with no one Faculty having
more than two student Senate representatives. The distribution of the
five being one to each of the following: Faculties of Arts, Science,
Applied Science, Graduate Studies, Education.
The Nominating Committee recommends the following membership:
Dr. T. S. Cook
Dr. A. J. Elder
Mr. M. Fahy
Mr. M. G. McMillan
Mr. D. M. Pettingale
Mr. R. A. Speers
Dr. R. A. Spencer
Mr. G. Taylor
Dr. L. S. Weiler
Mr. J. A. Williamson"
Dr. Tennant      ) That the recommendations of the
Professor Pavlich ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Dr. Tennant reminded Senate that, at the previous meeting, the motion to
establish the committee stated that the committee should report to Senate
in January 1988.  Dr. Tennant felt that the committee should be allowed to
report when appropriate.
Dr. Tennant   )  That the committee be allowed to report
Dr. Goldberg  )  when appropriate.
Carried
Committee on Student Awards
In response to a query raised at the previous meeting regarding who
would be members of the selection committee for the Dianna Popowich
Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Cook reported that the Department of Athletics
will select an appropriate committee to advise the Director of Women's 9108.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Student Awards  (continued)
Athletics. The committee will be chosen either from members of the
Women's Athletic Committee or, if that committee no longer exists next
year, from members of the University Athletics Council. The committee, in
discussion with the Director of Awards, will then choose the winner.
In presenting the list of new awards, Dr. Cook drew Senate's attention
to the K. G. Young Memorial Scholarship which had been established in
memory of the late Registrar.
Dr. Cook      )  That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Dean Miller    )  be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
In response to a query in connection with the Gordon L. Diewert Memorial
Scholarship, Dr. Cook stated that it was her understanding that the award
was to be made on the recommendation of the School of Physical Education
and Recreation.
The motion was put and carried.
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
Dr. Spencer, Chairman of the Committee, spoke briefly to the following
report, which had been circulated:
"Recommendat ions
1. The first day of classes in the fall term should be Tuesday, the day
after Labour Day.
2. The last day of classes in the fall term should be Friday of the 13th
week of classes. 9109.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
"Recommendat ions  (continued)
3. There should be a study break of not less than three days (which
could include a weekend) between the end of classes and the first day
of exams.  This should apply to both the December and April exams.
4. The December exam period should be at least 13 days long.
5. Exams should only be scheduled on Saturdays in exceptional
circumstances.
6. One afternoon in the first week of classes should be designated for
orientation activities. This day should be chosen so as to balance
lecture days lost through statutory holidays.
7. Planning should begin immediately for a major University-wide
orientation event, which should be extensively publicised within the
University and treated as an occasion of considerable significance.
Faculties, Schools and Departments should be encouraged to make use
of part of the designated time for their own orientation activities.
Introduction
The committee was appointed to consider how the week that is presently
used for on-campus registration should be used once the "Telereg"
registration system is fully implemented. We were primarily concerned
with making recommendations for the long term, but we also considered
whether there is a need for interim recommendations for September 1988.
Possible uses of registration week considered by the committee included:
on campus student counselling and advising, which would allow students
to have some personal (as opposed to telephone) contact with advisors;
orientation activities, which could be organized at the University,
faculty and department level;
leaving the week free of scheduled activities, which would allow
additional time for activities such as student employment and faculty
research;
starting classes earlier than at present and then:
finishing classes and exams earlier in the year;
finishing classes earlier and lengtheninq the exam period;
introducinq a study break, either during the term or before the exam
period, and leaving the length of the exam period unchanged.
Some of these uses of registration week can be combined with others. 9110.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
'Introduction  (continued)
The committee asked each Faculty and School which possible use, or
combination of uses, it preferred. The most widespread support was for
starting classes earlier than at present, ie: sometime during the four
days after Labour Day. There was support for both a longer study break
before exams and a longer exam period. A number of respondents suggested
leaving one or more days free after Labour Day for on-campus advising.
There was also support for allowing time for organised orientation
activities.
Two respondents favoured leaving the registration week free of scheduled
activities and starting classes in the following week. One, the Faculty
of Forestry, presently registers some students early so that they can
attend extra-sessional courses during registration week. If our
recommendations are adopted these classes will have to be rescheduled. We
understand that this could be done. The other respondent felt that the
week should be kept free to allow students to continue to work at their
summer jobs.
The Faculties of Law and Medicine already start their classes during
registration week and would not be directly affected by our
recommendat ions.
Start and finish of classes
The committee concluded that classes should start as soon as practical
after Labour Day. If classes start on the day after Labour Day they can
end on Friday thirteen weeks later. This would give a first term with the
same number of teaching days as the first term this year, when Labour Day
fell in the first term.
Need for a study break before exams
In considering whether or not one or more days should be allowed after
Labour Day for on-campus advising or other activities the committee was
aware of the Senate policy that there should be at least two days (which
could be a weekend) between the end of classes and the start of exams. A
number of Faculties and Schools said that a longer study break was
needed. The committee agrees and recommends that the minimum study break
should be three days. (see Recommendation 3). If classes finish on a
Friday exams can start on the following Tuesday after a three day study
break.
If classes start later in the week it becomes increasingly difficult to
justify treating this short week as the first of the traditional thirteen
weeks of classes. To keep the number of teaching days at or close to the
present number it would be necessary to teach on one or more days at the
start of the fourteenth week. Allowing the required two day break before
exams would mean that exams could not start until late in the fourteenth
week. This would make it difficult to siqnif icantly extend the exam
pe r i od. 9111.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week  (continued)
"Need for a longer exam period
A longer exam period is needed for two reasons. The practice at UBC has
been to allow students to select courses before exams are scheduled.
(Some universities publish the exam schedule before registration and
expect students to choose courses so as to avoid exam conflicts. This can
significantly reduce the students' freedom to choose courses.) The exam
schedule is prepared by allocating courses to be examined into
"conflict-free" groups which have no individual student in common. An
exam time slot must then be found for each of these groups. The number of
these groups will vary depending on course selections that students have
made, but in recent years the number of groups has increased to the point
where it is sometimes very difficult to schedule them all into the exam
period. While there will always be some examinations that are written
back to back, there is an attempt made by the scheduling program, as a
second priority, to minimize this situation. The relatively short
December exam period has made this very difficult. When the conflict free
groups are scheduled into the available time slots it is often impossible
to avoid an exam schedule which has some students taking two exams on one
day or two or more exams on consecutive days. Lengthening the December
exam period will minimize this problem.
The increasing prevalence of courses which are final at Christmas is also
contributing to the need for a longer exam period. In some years of some
programs virtually every course is a one term course. This means that for
some students every Christmas exam is a final exam. The longer exam
period at the end of the second term would reflect the greater importance
that is usually put on final exams and would allow more three hour exams
to be scheduled.
Need for time for on-campus advising
The committee did recognise that there would be a need for on-campus
advising, and that not all of this can be completed before Labour Day
(although we feel that much of it can). However it did not feel that the
need for advice would be so universal that no classes should be offered
while this advising takes place. Because of the nature of the advising
process only a relatively small number of students can receive advice at
any qiven time. It was our feeling that individual students would be able
to receive advice during the first week of classes without suffering
unduly from missing classes in that period.
The committee also felt that some important potential benefits of the
Telereg system will not be realised if we continue to plan on the
assumption that there should be one or more days set aside during which we
expect lines of students to form outside the doors of Faculty and
Departmental advisors. 9112.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week  (continued)
"Orientation Activities
The committee recommends that one afternoon in the first week of classes
should be reserved for orientation activities. One of great needs at UBC
is an orientation program that would convey to new students what it means
to become part of a university community, and (for first-year
underqraduates) how the university experience differs from that of
secondary school. Such a program could also reinforce among continuing
students a sense of involvement in the life of their University.
We recommend that one afternoon, from 12:30 p.m. onwards, be formally and
explicitly set aside for such activities. The event would be listed in
the Calendar, and it would be made clear there and elsewhere that lectures
and laboratories are cancelled. In 1988 this would be the afternoon of
Thursday, September 8th.
We hope that the Faculties, Schools and Departments would want to make use
of part of this time for their own orientation activities, but we
recommend as well that planning begin immediately for a major
University-wide event, which would be extensively publicised within the
University and treated as an occasion of considerable significance. It
should be announced to incoming students in a way that implies that their
presence is not merely voluntary.
Interim arrangements for 1988
Consideration was given to suggesting an interim arrangement, for 1988
only, with one or more days after Labour Day set aside for advising before
the start of classes. However a majority felt sufficiently confident that
Telereg can be successfully implemented to support the recommendations
above.
Typical results of implementing the recommendations
1988
September
5 Monday Labour Day.
6 Tuesday Classes begin.
8  Thursday Orientation activities in afternoon.  Lectures and
laboratories cancelled after 12:30 p.m.
October
10  Monday Thanksgiving - University closed. 9113.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
'Typical results of implementing the recommendations  (continued)
Remembrance Day - University closed.
Last day of classes.
First day of exams.
Last day of exams (this would give 13 days of exams,
without using Saturdays).
November
11
Friday
December
2
Friday
6
Tuesday
22
Thursday
1989
September
4 Monday
5 Tuesday
7  Thursday
October
9  Monday
November
10 Friday
11 Saturday
December
1  Friday
5  Tuesday
21  Thursday
Labour Day.
First day of classes.
Orientation activities in afternoon.  Lectures and
laboratories cancelled after 12:30 p.m.
Thanksgiving - University closed.
University closed.
Remembrance Day.
Last day of classes.
First day of exams.
Last day of exams (this would give 13 days of exams,
without using Saturdays).
The next year on which Labour Day falls on September 7th will be 1992.
The schedule in that year would be: 9114.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
"Typical results of implementing the recommendations  (continued)
1992
September
7 Monday
8 Tuesday
10 Thursday
October
12  Monday
November
11 Wednesday
December
4  Friday
8  Tuesday
22  Tuesday
Labour Day.
First day of classes.
Orientation activities in afternoon.  Lectures and
laboratories cancelled after 12:30 p.m.
Thanksgiving - University closed.
Remembrance Day - University closed.
Last day of classes.
First day of exams.
Last day of exams (this would give 13 days of exams
if exams were scheduled on Saturday December 12th
and 19th)."
Recommendation 1
Dr. Spencer
Dr. Auld
)  That the first day of classes in the
)  fall term be Tuesday, the day after
Labour Day.
In response to a query, Dr. Spencer stated that the motion is intended
to apply to those Faculties which have traditionally bequn classes the
first available day after the in-person registration period.
The motion was put and carried. 9115.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week  (continued)
Recommendation 2
Dr. Spencer   )  That the last day of classes in the
Dr. Katz      )  fall term be Friday of the 13th week
of classes.
Carried
Recommendations 3, 4 and 5
Dr. Spencer   )  3.  That there be a study break of not less
Mr. Williamson )     than three days (which could include
a weekend) between the end of classes and
the first day of exams.  This should apply
to both the December and April exams.
4. That the December exam period be at
least 13 days long.
5. That exams only be scheduled on
Saturdays in exceptional circumstances.
In response to a query as to whether the three day break would apply to
students who have to write exams early because of practicums, Dean Sheehan
said that the Faculty of Education would have to look at the schedule very
carefully and that she did not know if there would be time for that kind
of a break in the Faculty's tightly scheduled examimation period.
After further discussion the motion was put and carried.
Recommendations 6 and 7
Dr. Spencer      )  6.  That one afternoon in the first week of
Dr. Wisenthal    )     classes be designated for orientation
activities.  This day should be chosen
so as to balance lecture days lost through
statutory holidays. 9116.
December 16, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Registration Week
Recommendations 6 and 7 (continued)
That planning begin immediately for a
major University-wide orientation event,
which should be extensively publicised
within the University and treated as an
occasion of considerable significance.
Faculties, Schools and Departments should
be encouraged to make use of part of the
designated time for their own orientation
activities.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
Proposal to establish NSERC Research Chairs in Process Control in the
Pulp and Paper Industry
Dean Meisen
Dean Burns
) That the proposal of the Faculty of
)  Applied Science to establish NSERC
Industrial Research Chairs in Process
Control in the Pulp and Paper Industry
be approved.
Carried
Proposal to establish NSERC Industrial Research Chairs in Industrial
Automation in the Fish Processing Industry
Dean Meisen        ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Chanceller Peterson ) Applied Science to establish NSERC
Industrial Research Chairs in Industrial
Automation in the Fish Processing
Industry be approved.
Dean Meisen drew attention to the first sentence in the proposal
circulated, and stated that this should read: "Funding for the two
NSERC industrial research chairs in the area of fish processing
automation are expected to be awarded to the Department of Mechanical 9117.
December 16, 1987
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
Proposal to establish NSERC Industrial Research Chairs in Industrial
Automation in the Fish Processing Industry (continued)
Engineering in the near future...".  He explained that there would not
be an official announcement concerning the award of the NSERC monies
until February.
The motion was put and carried
Proposal to establish an Industrial Research Chair in Hydrometallurgy
Dean Meisen   )  That the proposal of the Faculty of
Mr. Williamson )  Applied Science to establish an Industrial
Research Chair in Hydrometallurgy be
approved.
In response to a query on item 2. of the material circulated, which
stated that "The conditions of this chair are that Dr. E. Peters will be
the incumbent...", Dean Meisen stated that it was the prerogative of the
Board of Governors to make the appointment but the industries that
contribute to this particular chair wish Dr. E. Peters to be nominated
for that position.
In amendment:
Dean Meisen   ) That Senate approve the establishment of an
Dr. wisenthal  )  Industrial Research Chair in Hydrometallurgy
and that item 2. be deleted, and that the
last sentence of item 4. be changed to read:
"The function of the Chair is to establish a
continuity in this area of research and
teaching".
Carried
The motion, as amended, was put and carried. 9118.
December 16, 1987
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Forestry
Proposal to establish an NSERC Chair in Forest Policy, an NSERC Chair in
Forest Genetics and an NSERC Chair in Wood Preservation
Dean Kennedy  )  That the establishment of an NSERC Chair
Dr. Kozak     )  in Forest Policy, an NSERC Chair in
Forest Genetics and an NSERC Chair in Wood
Preservation be approved.
Carried
Dr. Strangway noted that U.B.C. has nine NSERC industrial chairs and
that only one other university in Canada equals that number.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to disband the Committee on Mental Retardation Studies
Dr. Phillips  )  That the Committee on Mental Retardation
Dean Sheehan   )  Studies be disbanded, and its responsibilities
transferred to the Department of Educational
Psychology and Special Education in the
Faculty of Education.
It was stated in the material circulated that in 1982 a Committee on
Mental Retardation Studies was set up under the jurisdiction of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.   The membership of the Committee was
interdisciplinary in nature and its terms of reference were to encourage
interdisciplinary  research  in  mental  retardation  on  campus.   The
Committee was to undertake responsibilities previously handled by the
B.C Mental Retardation Institute which had been disbanded.
The Committee on Mental Retardation Studies has, for the past several
years, been quite inactive. It is therefore recommended that the
Committee be disbanded.
One Continuing Education/Recreation Program which has been supervised
by the Chairman of the Committee and for which Ministry of Human 9119.
December 16, 1987
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal  to  disband  the  Committee  on  Mental  Retardation  Studies
(continued)
Resources funding is provided will continue, with the responsibility for
supervision transferred to the Department of Educational Psychology and
Special Education.
A trust fund containing funds from a bequest for mental retardation
studies at U.B.C. currently has a balance of approximately $24,000. It
has been recommended that this be used for scholarship support for
graduate students working in the area of mental retardation.
The motion was put and carried.
Graduate Program Name Change
Dr. Phillips  )  That the M.A.Sc, M.Eng. and Ph.D. degree
Dr. Goldberg  )  programs offered for Applied Science
graduates and previously identified as
Metallurgical Engineering be changed to:
Metals and Materials Engineering;  and
that the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree programs
offered for Science graduates and previously
identified as Metallurgy be changed to:
Materials and Metallurgy.
It was stated in the material circulated that the name of the
Department of Metallurgical Engineering in the Faculty of Applied
Science had recently been changed to the Department of Metals and
Materials Engineering. The names of the graduate degree programs were
therefore being changed accordingly.
The motion was put and carried. 9120.
December 16, 1987
Report of the Tributes Committee  (in camera)
Honorary Degrees
In accordance with procedures established at the March 18, 1987 meeting
of Senate, background information on the proposed candidates for degrees
as recommended by the Tributes Committee was circulated.
The committee recommended that invitations be extended to the following
persons to receive honorary degrees at the 1988 Congregation:
John Dykes Allan
- Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stelco Inc.
Ian A. Barclay
- Former President and Chairman of British Columbia Forest Products
Ltd., and former Chairman of Canada Harbour Place Corporation.
Harold C. Bentall
- Chairman of the Bentall Group of Companies and a graduate of this
university.
Jean Coulthard
- Composer. Pioneer in the early music life of B.C. Former instructor
in the Department of Music at this university.
Dr. Leroy Hood
- Author and fundamental contributor to the understanding of the
genetics and evolution of the proteins of the immune system.
Karen Kain
- Prima ballerina. One of the first westerners invited to perform with
the Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow.
Beryl E. March
- Graduate of U.B.C and former Acting Dean of the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences. Distinguished, internationally recognized
nutritionist.
Alice Munro
- Outstanding Canadian short story writer and poet. Governor-General
award winner for her first collection of poems, "Dance of the Happy
Shades".
Bel Newman Nemetz
- Program Chairman of The Vancouver Institute and Sponsor, Mayo
Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota. Recipient of the Queen Elizabeth
II Silver Jubilee Medal and the International Association of Family
and Conciliation Courts Award. 9121.
December 16, 1987
Report of the Tributes Committee  (in camera)
Honorary Degrees  (continued)
Andrei Sakharov
- Soviet  physicist;   social  philosopher.   Major  contributor  to
controlled thermoneculear fusion.  Nobel Peace Prize 1975.
The Hon. Bertha Wilson
- Judge, Supreme Court of Canada.
Dr. Dennison       ) That the recommendations of the
Chancellor Peterson ) Tributes Committee concerning
Honorary Degrees be approved.
Dr. Sobrino   )  That the recommendations be considered
Mr. Williamson )  seriatim.
Lost
The motion to approve the recommendations of the Tributes Committee was
put and carried.
The meeting adjourned at 10.15 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, January
20, 1988.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 9122.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
Berlex Fellowship in Pharmaceutical Sciences - A fellowship of $12,000,
provided by the Berlex Pharmaceutical Company, will be awarded annually to
an outstanding graduate student in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Selection will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences in
consultation with the Company, and with the approval of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies. (Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Terence H. Brown Scholarship in Pharmaceutical Sciences - A scholarship in
the amount of $500 has been established by the friends, colleagues and
students of Dr. Terry Brown on the occasion of his retirement in 1978, to
honour his contribution to the Faculty, the University and the profession of
Pharmacy. This award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty, to
a continuing undergraduate student in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical
Sciences, on the basis of scholastic achievement and participation in
extra-curricular activities.  (Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Gordon L. Diewert Memorial Scholarship in Physical Education - A scholarship
in the amount of $1,000 has been given in memory of Dr. Gordon L. Diewert
(B.P.E. 1972) by his wife, Susan. This scholarship will be awarded on the
recommendation of the School of Physical Education and Recreation, to a
student entering fourth year with high academic standing in Sport Science,
demonstrated interest in and commitment to research, and a desire to
continue further study at the post-graduate level. (Available 1988/89
Winter Session).
Doust & Smith Service Scholarship - The firm of Doust & Smith, Barristers
and Solicitors, has provided a scholarship for a student proceeding from
second to third year of studies in the Faculty of Law. The scholarship
consists of the opportunity for employment with the firm in the summer
between second and third year, payment of the student's tuition fees for the
third year of study in the Faculty, and a $200 book allowance. This award
will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law. (Available
1988/89 Winter Session).
Doris M. Dowling Memorial Bursary - Bursaries to a total of $1,250 have been
made available by the late Philip McLaughlin Dowling, in memory of his
sister Doris M. Dowling. The awards are available to students in the
sciences including, but not limited to such programs as Pharmacy, Nursing,
Rehabilitation Medicine, Forestry, Engineering and Agriculture. (Available
1988/89 Winter Session).
Freeport-McMoran Gold Company Scholarships - Scholarships to a total of
$2,000 are provided annually by the Freeport-McMoran Gold Company to
undergraduate students in the Geological Sciences. Normally, one
scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to a student in Geological Engineering
and the other scholarship of $1,000 will be made to a student in the Faculty
of Science majoring in Geology. The awards will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Science. (Available 1987/88 Winter
Session). 9123.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Rick Hansen "Man-In-Motion" Fellowship - one or more fellowships to a
combined total amount equivalent to the value of a University Graduate
Fellowship will be offered annually to physically disabled students enrolled
in a full-time graduate program at this University. The awards are made
available by the University of British Columbia to honour the incredible
determination and many personal achievements of Rick Hansen, B.P.E. 1986 and
Doctor of Laws, honoris causa. His two-year world tour, completed in 1987,
changed public attitudes and the prospects for the disabled. The
fellowships winners will be selected by the Faculty of Graduate Studies from
among nominations received from the Departments of the University.
(Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Jay-Jayant Prize in Mechanical Engineering - A prize in the amount of $600
was established by Dr. V.J. Modi, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, on
the occasion of his being awarded the Killam Prize. It is offered to
graduate students in Mechanical Engineering to promote and recognize
academic excellence. The award is made on the recommendation of the Head of
the Department, with the approval of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(Available 1987/88 Winter Session).
Asa johal Fellowship in Asian Studies - A fellowship in the amount of
approximately $9,000 per annum has been established in perpetuity by Mr. Asa
Johal on behalf of himself and his family. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies, and with the approval of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies, to a qualified M.A. or Ph.D. student in
Punjabi language and literature and/or Sikh studies. (Available 1988/89
Winter Session).
Jordan and Gall Prizes in Constitutional Law I (203) - The firm of Jordan
and Gall, Barristers and Solicitors, will award annually $500 prizes to two
students who achieve high academic standing in Constitutional Law I (203).
The prizes will be awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty of Law.
(Available 1987/88 Winter Session).
Effie I. Lefeaux Scholarship in Mental Retardation - One or more
scholarships to a total of approximately $2,000 are offered annually to
graduate students working in the area of mental retardation. The funds are
provided through a bequest of the estate of Effie I. Lefeaux. Candidates
wishing to be considered for these awards should apply by letter to the
Faculty of Graduate Studies by July 1st. Applications should include a
statement of program objectives, academic transcripts, and details of
academic background. in addition, candidates should submit sealed letters
of reference from two persons who are able to describe the applicant's merit
and ability to pursue work in the indicated field of study. The awards will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(Available 1988/89 Winter Session). 9124.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Lower Mainland Council of the International Reading Association Scholarship
- The Lower Mainland Council of the International Reading Association has
provided an annual scholarship in the amount of approximately $450 for a
graduate student specializing in language education or reading. The
scholarship may be held either by a full-time or a part-time student. The
award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Education, in
consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. The financial
circumstances of the candidate may be a consideration. (Available 1988/89
Winter Session).
J. Fred Muir Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $1,250 will be offered annually to a graduate student in Civil
Engineering at the University of British Columbia to honour the memory of J.
Fred Muir, a long-time faculty member in Civil Engineering and a former
Department Head. This award was created by his colleagues in 1987 as a
tribute to the high esteem in which he was held. The scholarship will be
made on the recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering with the
approval of the Faculty of Graduate Studies. (Available 1988/89 Winter
Session).
National Council of Jewish Women - Vancouver Section Scholarship - The
National Council of Jewish Women of Vancouver offers a scholarship in the
amount of $600, to be awarded to a mature woman student enrolled part-time
in a program leading to a degree in the humanities, up to and including the
Master's level. The award requires a special application which is available
from the Awards Office and the Women Students Office. Applications must be
submitted by June 1st.  (Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Aaron Craig Nicholls Memorial Award - An award in the amount of
approximately $500 has been established by his classmates, friends and
family, in tribute to Aaron Craig Nicholls who graduated in Geology from UBC
in April, 1987, and who died in June of the same year while working in
northern B.C. The award will be made to a student entering fourth year, who
has demonstrated a particular interest in, and an enthusiasm for hardrock
geology, has through his/her personal qualities contributed to the overall
benefit of fellow students and has participated in activities such as those
of the CD. Dawson Club. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Department of Geological Sciences. Preference will be given to
candidates demonstrating financial need. Academic excellence will not be a
prerequisite in the selection of the winner. (Available 1988/89 Winter
Session).
Physical Education Alumni Scholarships - One or more scholarships to a total
of $1,000 have been made available from an endowment fund established by an
alumni of the School. These scholarships will be made on the recommendation
of the School, to undergraduate students in the B.P.E. Program who have
displayed academic achievement, leadership and competency in their field of
specialization.  (Available 1988/89 Winter Session). 9125.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Physical Education Faculty Scholarships - One or more scholarships to a
total of $500 have been made available by donations from the School of
Physical Education and Recreation's faculty, past and present. These
scholarships will be awarded on the recommendation of the School, to
undergraduate students in the B.P.E. Program who have displayed academic
achievement, leadership and competency in their field of specialization.
(Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Dianna Popowich Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $1,000
has been established by the family, friends and teammates of Dianna Popowich
(B.A. 1985) in recognition of her outstanding human qualities. A member and
captain of the Thunderbird Field Hockey Team (1980-1985), Dianna showed a
genuine concern for and willingness to help others, manifested courage in
adversity, and never lost sight of the human aspect in sport and life. The
scholarship will be awarded to a female athlete who has completed at least
one year of study and demonstrated a sincere commitment to athletics at
UBC. Preference will be given to candidates whose athletic contribution is
in the sport of field hockey. The award will be made on the recommendation
of a selection committee chaired by the Director of Women's Athletics, in
consultation with the Director, Awards and Financial Aid. (Available
1988/89 Winter Session).
Richards Buell Sutton Service Scholarship - The firm of Richards Buell
Sutton, Barristers and Solicitors, will award annually a scholarship to a
student in the second year of his or her legal studies who achieves high
academic standing. The scholarship will consist of employment with the firm
during the summer between second and third year, the payment of a $200 book
allowance and payment of tuition fees in third year. (Available 1988/89
Winter Session).
Mary Elizabeth Simpson Scholarships - The estate of Mary Elizabeth Simpson
has provided a bequest to the University of British Columbia to be used for
scholarships in the Faculty of Education. Two or more scholarships in the
amount of $3,000 each will be awarded annually to students in the Ed.D. or
Ph.D. programs. The awards will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Education in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Vancouver China Town Lioness Club Bursary - The Vancouver China Town Lioness
Club provided an annual bursary of $300. In assigning the award, preference
will be given to a single mother registered in undergraduate or graduate
studies in the School of Social Work.  (Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
CL. Wang Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $1,000 has been established in memory of CL. Wang by family
and friends. CL. Wang, born Wang Chang-Lin in 1902, was the son of a
mandarin official in the last Chinese Dynasty before the revolution in
1911. He graduated from Tsing Hua University in Beijing in 1921. With a
Tsing Hua scholarship, he studied at the University of Chicago completing 9126.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate
CL. Wang Memorial Scholarship  (continued)
his B.Com. in Economics. Following graduation, he worked at the Harris
Trust Co. in Chicago, and returned to China in 1926. His career in banking
spanned nearly four decades. He was the manager and a Director of the
Shanghai Commercial Bank until he retired in 1964. He firmly believed in
education and encouraged the young not only in the field of economics and
banking to which he devoted his life, but also in engineering and medicine.
He died a peaceful death in 1987, at the age of 85. The award will be made
on the recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to a graduate
student from the Peoples Republic of China, with preference given to a
student in Commerce and Business Administration, Engineering or Medicine.
(Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Wyeth Prize for Excellence in Pharmaceutical Sciences - This prize in the
amount of $200 and a plaque has been made available by Wyeth Canada Inc.
The award will be made to a graduating student in the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences who has prepared the best research-oriented
undergraduate thesis. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences.  (Available 1987/88 Winter Session).
Dr. Douglas J. Yeo Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $700, provided by
friends of Dr. D.J. Yeo on the occasion of his retirement from the Faculty
of Dentistry, will be awarded annually to a student in any of the first
three years of Dentistry who requires financial assistance to pursue his or
her studies.  (Available 1988/89 Winter Session).
Kenneth G. Young Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $900 has been made available by family and friends of Ken
Young, who joined the University as Assistant Registrar in 1965. He was
appointed as Registrar and Secretary to Senate in 1980, and held these
positions until he passed away in 1987 at 48 years of age. He obtained his
B.A. and B.Com. degrees from the University of Alberta. The scholarship
will be awarded to a student in the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration, on the recommendation of the Faculty. (Available 1988/89
Winter Session).
Aaron Zivot Memorial Bursary - As a memorial to Aaron Zivot, and as a
tribute to the esteem in which he was held, this bursary in the amount of
$300 is offered by Mr. A. Kolberg. It will be awarded to a student in any
year and faculty who not only has satisfactory academic standing but who has
need of financial assistance.  (Available 1987/88 Winter Session). 9127.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Program revision:
Proposed First
. Year Program
APSC
120
(0)
APSC
151
(1.5)
CHEM
151
(3.0)
CPSC
151
(1.5)
ENGL
100
(3.))
MATH
152
(1.5)
MATH
153
(1.5)
MATH
154
(1.5)
PHYS
153
(3.0)
PHYS
170
(1.5)
Typical Transfer Program Following First Year Science *
APSC
120
(0)
APSC
151
(1.5)
CPSC
151
(1.5)
MATH
152
(1.5)
MATH
253
(1.5)
MATH
254
(1.5)
MATH
255
(1.5)
PHYS
170
(1.5)
STAT
251
(1.5)
Complementary Studies Electives (3)"
Applicants with more than 12 units of Engineering transfer credit
may be eligible for second year Engineering (see "Admission from
Science" above).
Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies Courses"
above.
Alternate weeks.
New
Changes
Deletions
APSC 261 (1.5) Technology and Society I
APSC 262 (1.5) Technology and Society II
CHEM 151 (3) Engineering Chemistry
PHYS 153 (3) Elements of Physics
PHYS 170 - change in title, description, units, hours to:
(1)
APSC 260, CHEM 150, PHYS 151, 152 9128.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Bio-Resource Engineering
Changes     BIOE 472 - change in title, description
BIOE 390 - change in number (was 490) and move to 3rd year.
Changes in Programs
Second Year
BIOE
250
(1
.5)
BIOE
255
(1
5)
BIOE
285
(1
5)
CIVL
215
(1.
5)
CIVL
230
(1
5)
CIVL
232
(1
5)
CIVL
235
(2
.0)
MATH
253
(1
5)
MATH
254
(1.
5)
MATH
255
(1.
5)
MATH
257
(1.
5)
STAT
251
(1
.5)
+ Complementary Studies Elective (3.0)
* Denotes that the Lab. or Prob. period is every other week.
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies" above.
Third Year
APSC 380 (1.5)
BIOE 356 (1.5)
BIOE 357 (1.5)
BIOE 361 (1.5)
BIOE 366 (1.5)
BIOE 376 (1.5)
BIOE 390 (1.5)
CHML 359 (1.5)
ELEC 263 (1.5)
ELEC 370 (1.5)
MICB 417 (1.5)
SOIL 413 (1.5)
Plus 3 units technical electives selected in consultation with the
department before the end of second year. 9129.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Bio-Resource Engineering  (continued)
Fourth Year
APSC 450 (1.5)
BIOE 471 (1.5)
BIOE 489 (1.0)
BIOE 390 (1.5)
BIOE 499 (3.0)
Plus 10.5 units technical electives selected in consultation with the
department before the end of third year, with a minimum of 4.5 units
taken from department offerings.
Complementary Studies electives (3.0)
* Alternative weeks.
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies" above.
Fourth Year as Proposed for September 1989
APSC 450 ( .5)
BIOE 471 (1.5)
BIOE 489 (1.0)
BIOE 499 (3.0)
Plus 12 units technical electives selected in consultation with the
department before the end of third year, with a minimum of 4.5 units
taken from department offerings.
+ Complementary Studies electives (3.0)
* Alternative weeks.
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies" above.
Civil Engineering
Changes CIVL 400 - add prerequisites
CIVL 415 - chanqe in description
CIVL 416 - change in title and description
CIVL 432, 434, 440 - change in hours
CIVL 433, 435 - change in hours, add prerequisite
Deletion CIVL 336
Electrical Engineering
Proposed Common 2nd year for Both Electrical Engineering and Computer
Engineering Option Programs 9130.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Electrical Engineering
Second Year (Common, almost for all EE Students)  (continued)
Term 1
CPSC 118 (1.5)
ELEC 251 (1.5)
ELEC 256 (1.5)
ELEC 280 (1.0)
MATH 253 (1.5)
MATH 255 (1.5)
+ Complementary Studies Elective (1.5)
TOTALS  (10.0)
Term 2
ELEC 253 (1.5)
ELEC 254 (1.5)
ELEC 259 (1.5)
* ELEC 261 (1.5)
ELEC 281 (1.0)
MATH 254 (1.5)
MATH 257 (1.5)
+ Complementary Studies Elective (1.5)
TOTAL   (11.5)
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies Courses"
above.
* Computer Engineering students would take CS 210 in second term of year
2, and EE 261 in first term of year 3.
New        ELEC 280 (1) Electrical Laboratory I
ELEC 281 (1) Electrical Laboratory II
Changes     ELEC 251 - change in units (to 1.5), hours
change in hours
change in description, hours
change in title, hours
change in number (was 358), hours
add prerequisite
delete "Same as CPSC 413" and add prerequisite
change in units (to 1.5), hours
Deletions     ELEC 252, 258, 484
ELEC
251
ELEC
253
ELEC
254
ELEC
256
ELEC
259
ELEC
456
ELEC
476
ELEC
470 9131.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Geological Engineering
Changes       GEOL 305, 351 - change in description, prerequisites
Changes in Programs
CIVL 336 (2)
GEOL 302 (1.5)
GEOL 304 (3)
GEOL 305 (1.5)
GEOL 335 (1.5)
GEOL 342 (1.5)
GEOL 351 (1.5)
Technical Elective(s)  (3)
OPTION I (Minerals and Fuels) and OPTION III (Geotechnical)
CIVL 310 (1.5)
CIVL 311 (1.5)
GEOL 303 (1.5)
MMPE 303 (1)
Humanities Elective(s)  (3)
OPTION II (Applied Geophysics)
GEOP 320 (1.5)
GEOP 321 (1.5)
GEOP 322 (1.5)
* MATH 357 (1.5)
PHYS 251 (2)
Humanities Elective (1.5)
*MATH 350 (1.5) Complex Variables, may be substituted for MATH 357.
Proposed Calendar Entry
GEOL 235 (0)
GEOL 302 (1.5)
GEOL 304 (3)
GEOL 305 (1.5)
GEOL 335 (1.5)
GEOL 342 (1.5)
GEOL 351 (1.5)
Technical Elective(s)  (3) 9132.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological Engineering
Changes in Programs  (continued)
OPTION I (Minerals and Fuels) and OPTION III (Geotechnical)
CIVL 310 (1.5)
CIVL 311 (1.5)
GEOL 303 (1.5)
MMPE 303 (1)
Complementary Studies Electives  (3)
OPTION II (Applied Geophysics)
GEOP 320 (1.5)
GEOP 321 (1.5)
GEOP 322 (1.5)
* MATH 357 (1.5)
PHYS 251 (2)
Complementary Studies Elective (1.5)
*MATH 350 (1.5) Complex Variables, may be substituted for MATH 357.
Fourth Year Core
APSC 450 (.5)
GEOL 499 (3)+
OR
GEOP 499 (3)+
+ Options I and III take GEOL 499;  Option II takes GEOP 499.
4th Year, Option I  (Minerals and Fuels)
GEOL 321 (1.5)**
GEOL 368 (1.5)** #
GEOL 418 (3)**
GEOL 425 (1.5)
GEOL 445 (1.5)
GEOL 447 (1.5)
GEOP 400 (3)
MMPE 403 (1)
MMPE 404 (1)
MMPE 491 (1.5)
Humanities Elective (1.5)
OR
Technical Elective(s) (1.5) 9133.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological Engineering
Changes in Programs
4th Year, Option I  (Minerals and Fuels)  (continued)
**  Students specializing in Fuels will take GEOL 321 and GEOL 368;
those specializing in Minerals will take GEOL 418.
# Students in Option I (Fuels) and Option II who choose to take GEOL
418 instead of GEOL 368 will be able to apply the additional 1.5
units of credit to their Technical Elective requirement.
4th Year, Option II  (Applied Geophysics)
GEOP 420 (1.5)
GEOP 421 (1.5)
GEOP 426 (1.5)
TWO OF
CIVL
310
(1.5)
GEOL
368
(1.5)#
GEOL
445
(1.5)
GEOL
447
(1.5)
GEOL
462
(1.5)
MMPE
491
(1.5)
Humanities Elective(s) (3)
Technical Electives (4.5)
# Students in Option I (Fuels) and Option II who choose to take
GEOL 418 instead of GEOL 368 will be able to apply the additional
1.5 units of credit to their Technical Elective requirement.
Note: In 1987/88 only, students in 4th year must still take GEOL
305 and 351 as part of their 4th year core, and will
therefore take only 1.5 units of technical electives instead
of 4.5 units.
4th Year, Option III  (Geotechnical)
CIVL 402 (1.5)
CIVL 410 (1.5)
CIVL 411 (1.5)
GEOL 452 (1)
GEOL 462 (1.5)
GEOL 472 (1)
GEOP 400 (3) 9134.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological Engineering
Changes in Programs
4th Year, Option III  (Geotechnical)  (continued)
Either:
MMPE 403 (1)
OR
MMPE 404 (1)
Humanities Elective (1.5)
OR
Technical Electives(s) (3)
Fourth Year - Proposed Calendar Entry
Fourth Year Core
APSC 450 (.5)
GEOL 499 (3) +
OR
GEOP 499 (3)+
+ Options I and III take GEOL 499;  Option II takes GEOP 499.
4th Year, Option I  (Minerals and Fuels)
GEOL 321 (1.5)
GEOL 418 (3)**
GEOL 425 (1.5)
GEOL 445 (1.5)
GEOL 447 (1.5)
GEOP 400 (3)
MMPE 396 (1.5)
MMPE 403 (1)
MMPE 404 (1)
Complementary Studies Electives (1.5)
OR
Technical Electives (1.5)
4th Year, Option II  (Applied Geophysics)
GEOP 420 (1.5)
GEOP 421 (1.5)
GEOP 426 (1.5) 9135.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological Engineering
Changes in Programs
4th Year, Option II  (Applied Geophysics)  (continued)
TWO OF:
CIVL 310 (1.5)
GEOL 368 (1.5)#
GEOL 445 (1.5)
GEOL 447 (1.5)
GEOL 462 (1.5)
EITHER
MMPE 396 (1.5)
OR
CIVL 300 (1.5)
Complementary Studies Electives (3.0)
Technical Electives (4.5)
4th Year, Option III  (Geotechnical)
CIVL 300 (1.5)
CIVL 402 (1.5)
CIVL 410 (1.5)
CIVL 411 (1.5)
GEOL 452 (1)
GEOL 462 (1.5)
GEOL 472 (1)
GEOP 400 (3)
Either:
MMPE 403 (1)
OR
MMPE 404 (1)
Complementary Studies Electives (1.5)
Technical Electives (3.0)
+ Options I and III take GEOL 499;  Option II takes GEOP 499.
** Students specializing in fuels may substitute GEOL 368 (1.5) Mineral
Exploration and Mining Geology (22—, ) and take an extra 1.5 units
of technical electives.
# Students who choose to take GEOL 418 instead of GEOL 368 will be able
to apply the additional 1.5 units of credit to their technical elective
reguirement. 9136.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Mechanical Engineering
Changes
MECH 355 - change in title, description, prerequisites
MECH 466 - change in description, units (to 2), hours,
prerequisites
Deletion - MECH 477
Change
in program
Fourth Year
APSC
450
(1.5)
ELEC
370
(1.5)
MECH
450
(1.5)
MECH
451
(1.5)
MECH
455
(1.5)
MECH
456
(1.5)
MECH
460
(1.5)
MECH
465
(1.5)
MECH
466
(2.0)
MECH
470
(1.0)
MECH
475
(1.0)
METL
380
(1.5)
Humanities Elective (1.5)
Technical
. Elective (5)
Metals and Materials Engineering
New
Changes
MMAT 280 (1)
MMAT 361 (1.5)
MMAT 391 (1.5)
MMAT 474 (1)
Engineering Materials II
Application of Numerical Methods to Materials
Engineering
Polymers I
Mechanical Working
MMAT 352 - change in units (to 2.5), hours
MMAT 382 - change in title
MMAT 450, 468, 490 - change in description
MMAT 466 - change in units (to 1.5), hours
MMAT 478 - change in title, description
MMAT 482 - change in title
Deletions MMAT 252, 464, 475 9137.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metals and Materials Engineering  (continued)
Changes in Programs
Second Year
APSC 278 (1.5)
CHML 251 (1.5)
ELEC 263 (1.5)
MATH 253 (1.5)
MATH 254 (1.50
MATH 255 (1.5)
MATH 257 (1.5)
MECH 260 (1.5)
MMAT 262 (1.0)
MMAT 264 (1.5)
MMAT 280 (1.0)
STAT 251 (1.5)
+ Complementary Studies Elective (3)
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies Courses"
above.
Third Year
MMAT 350 (1.5)
MMAT 352 (2.5)
MMAT 360 (1.0)
MMAT 362 (1.0
MMAT 370 (1.5)
MMAT 374 (1.5)
MMAT 376 (2.0)
MMAT 378 (1.5)
MMAT 382 (1.5)
MMAT 390 ( .5)
MMAT 398 ( .5)
+ Complementary Studies Electives  (3.0)  plus  3.5 units of electives
approved by the Department.  The following electives are offered in the
Department:
++ MMAT 361 (1.5)
MMAT 391 (1.0)
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Complementary Studies Courses"
above.
++Students intending to take Option A in the Fourth Year must take
MMAT 361 as one of their electives. 9138.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metals and Materials Engineering
Changes in Programs  (continued)
Fourth Year
APSC 450 ( .5)
MMAT 450 (2.0)
MMAT 470 (1.0)
MMAT 490 ( .5)
MMAT 495 (1.5)
MMAT 498 ( .5)
MMAT 499 (1.5)
MMAT 466 (1.5)
Option A: Materials Processing
CHML 356 (1.5)
MMAT 452 (1.0)
MMAT 458 (1.0)
MMAT 462 (1.0)
MMAT 483 (1.0)
Option B:  Materials Science & Engineering
MMAT 456 (1.0)
MMAT 480 (1.0)
MMAT 482 (1.5)
MMAT 488 (1.0)
MMAT 494 (1.0)
Plus 7 units of approved technical electives, of which at least 4 units
must be selected from the other option and/or from the list below:
MMAT 454 (1.0)
CHML 478 (1.0)
MMAT 468 (1.0)
MMAT 472 (1.5)
MMAT 474 (1.0)
MMAT 476 (1.0)
MMAT 478 (1.0)
MMAT 484 (1.0)
MMAT 486 (1.0)
MMAT 492 (1.0) 9139.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
Changes  MMPE 498 - change in number, hours (was 392)
MMPE 396 - change in number (was 491)
Changes in Programs
Third Year
GEOL 368 (1.5)
MMPE 300 (1.5)
MMPE 301 (2.0)
MMPE 303 (1.5)
MMPE 304 (1.0)
MMPE 331 (2.0)
MMPE 332 (1.5)
MMPE 333 (1.5)
MMPE 391 (1.0)
MMPE 392 (1.5)
MMPE 393 ( .5)
MMPE 394 (1.0)
MMPE 395 (1.0)
Humanities (3.0)
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Humanities Elective Courses" above.
Third Year
GEOL 368 (1.5)
MMPE 300 (1.5)
MMPE 301 (2.0)
MMPE 303 (1.5)
MMPE 304 (1.0)
MMPE 331 (2.0)
MMPE 332 (1.5)
MMPE 333 (1.5)
MMPE 391 (1.0)
MMPE 393 ( .5)
MMPE 394 (1.0)
MMPE 395 (1.0)
MMPE 396 (1.5)
Humanities (3)
+ Please refer to the statement headed "Humanities Elective Courses" above. 9140.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
Changes in Programs  (continued)
Fourth Year
Core Subjects:
APSC 450 ( .5)
MMAT 372 (1.0)
MMPE 396 (1.5)
MMPE 401 (1.5)
MMPE 431 (1.5)
MMPE 450 (1.0)
MMPE 492 ( .5)
MMPE 493 ( .5)
MMPE 494 (3.0)
MMPE 495 (1.0)
MMPE 496 (1.0)
Humanities, Socials, Admin.  (3.0)
Mining Option:
MMPE 402 (1.0)
MMPE 403 (1.0)
MMPE 404 (1.0)
MMPE 461 (1.0)
* Plus a minimum of 1.5 units of technical electives.
Mineral Processing Option:
MMAT 351 (1.0)
MMPE 432 (1.0)
MMPE 433 (1.5)
MMPE 462 (1.5)
* Plus a minimum of .5 unit of technical electives.
* Other technical electives may be selected with the approval of the
Department.
Fourth Year - Calendar Entry Proposed for 1988/89
Core Subjects:
APSC 450 ( .5)
MMAT 372 (1.0)
MMPE 396 (1.5)
MMPE 401 (1.5)
MMPE 431 (1.5)
MMPE 450 (1.0)
MMPE 492 ( .5)
MMPE 493 ( .5)
MMPE 494 (3.0)
MMPE 495 (1.0)
MMPE 496 (1.0)
Humanities, Socials, Admin.  (3.0) 9141.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
Changes in Programs  (continued)
Mining Option:
MMPE 402 (1.0)
MMPE 403 (1.0)
MMPE 404 (1.0)
MMPE 461 (1.0)
* Plus a minimum of 1.5 units of technical electives.
Mineral Processing Option:
MMAT 351 (1.0)
MMPE 432 (1.0)
MMPE 433 (1.5)
MMPE 462 (1.5)
* Plus a minimum of .5 unit of technical electives.
* Other technical electives may be selected with the approval of the
Department.
Fourth Year - Calendar Entry Proposed for 1989/90
Core Subjects:
APSC 450 ( .5)
MMAT 372 (1.0)
MMPE 401 (1.5)
MMPE 431 (1.5)
MMPE 450 (1.0)
MMPE 492 ( .5)
MMPE 493 ( .5)
MMPE 494 (3.0)
MMPE 495 (1.0)
MMPE 496 (1.0)
MMPE 498 (1.5)
Humanities, Socials, Admin.  (3.0)
Mining Option:
MMPE 402 (1.0)
MMPE 403 (1.0)
MMPE 404 (1.0)
MMPE 461 (1.0)
* Plus a minimum of 1.5 units of technical electives.
Mineral Processing Option:
MMAT 351 (1.0)
MMPE 432 (1.0)
MMPE 433 (1.5)
MMPE 462 (1.5)
* Plus a minimum of .5 unit of technical electives.
* Other technical electives may be selected with the approval of the
Department. 9142.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (continued)
Physics
Changes  PHYS 251, 456 - change in description
Complementary Studies
The revised Calendar statement on "Complementary Studies" reads as
follows:
Complementary Studies
Proposal to replace the "Humanities Elective Courses" requirement by a
Complementary Studies Courses" requirement.
Proposed Calendar Entry - Complementary Studies Courses
Students must take Complementary Studies courses totallying at least
10.5 units.  The minimum requirements are as follows:
English 100 3.0 units
Engineering Economics (see note 1 below)    1.5 units
Approved electives 6.0 units
including:
(a) a minimum of 1.5 units dealing with the impact of
technology on society (see note 2 below);
(b) a minimum of 3 units of humanities courses at the 200
level or above (see note 3 below);
(c) additional humanities courses to make up the required
total of 6 units (see notes 3 and 4 below).
All Complementary Studies courses are subject to the approval of
the Faculty of Applied Science.
Note: (1) All engineering programs include a 1.5 unit
engineering economics course, usually taken in third
or fourth year. Approved courses include CHML 359,
CIVL 300, ELEC 450, MECH 391, MMAT 466 and MMPE 396.
(2) The following courses satisfy requirment (a): APSC
261, APSC 262, GEOG 310, HIST 205, HIST 425, PHIL 313,
PHIL 314, POLI 360, POLI 361 and SOCI 210.
(3) Humanities courses must deal with some of the central
issues, methodologies and thought processes of the
humanities and social sciences. Except for APSC 261
and 262 courses taken to satisfy (1) above may also be
counted toward (b). Courses allowed by note 4 below
may not be counted toward (b).
(4) Courses dealing with oral or written communications
may replace up to 1.5 units of courses required in (c)
above   (note:    some   departments   require   a
communications course). 9143.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Complementary Studies  (continued)
Add to Calendar statement on "Complementary Studies Courses" (addition
underlined):
Students must take Complementary Studies courses totallinq at least 10.5
units. The minimum requirements are as follows (except for Chemical
Engineering which requires an additional 1.5 units of humanities
electives):
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New course  COMM 449 (1.5) Transportation Management II
Changes     COMM 383 - change in title, description and units from (3)
to (1.5)
COMM 394, COMM 341, COMM 444 - change in description
COMM 406, COMM 445, 447 - change in title and description
COMM  349  -  change  in  title,  description  and  number
(formerly COMM 344)
COMM 329 - change in prerequisite and number (formerly COMM
120
Deletions   COMM 343, 446
Change title and description of the Transportation & Utilities Option to
read:
Transportation and Logistics Option
Third Year:  Commerce 391, 392, 393, 394*, 396, 397, 341, 349, and
electives
♦Transportation section is required.
Fourth Year: Commerce 491, 492, 447, 449
3 units from 441, 444, 445
Electives
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Change      DENT 440 - change designation and number to:
OMSS 448
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Change      EDPS 481 - change in description 9144.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION  (continued)
Teacher Education Office
Change      EDUC 306 - change in title, description, units, hours
Change program descriptions
Proposed calendar entry:
H.  Secondary Teaching Field Requirements
The teaching field requirements for admission to the B.Ed. (Secondary) are
listed below. A teaching concentration normally consists of 9 units of
senior courses (numbered 300 or higher and taken in years 3 and 4) in
addition to specified junior courses (numbered below 300); a teaching
major normally consists of 15 units of senior courses in addition to
specified junior courses. Students preparing for secondary teaching
should have completed all junior and senior requirements for their
intended teaching field(s) before commencing the teacher education program.
As indicated below, a number of Schools and Departments of the university
have designed undergraduate degree programs for prospective secondary
teachers; the detailed requirements of such programs are listed in the
appropriate School or Department section of this Calendar. Graduates of
equivalent programs at other recognized universities are, of course,
eligible for consideration.
1. Art Concentration and Major
Concentration:
An  introductory survey course  in  art  history and  6  units  of
introductory studio art; 9 units of senior level art, including at
least 6 units of studio art (which may include art education studio
offerings).
Major:
B.A. with a Major in Studio Arts.
2. Business Education Concentration and Major
Concentration:
Introductory courses in computer science, economics, and mathematics
as a foundation for 9 units of specialized courses in accounting,
marketing, commercial law, and management information systems.
Applicants who do not have keyboarding and data processing skills will
be required to acquire these within the teacher education program.
Major:
An additional 6 units of senior courses in finance, marketing and
management information systems. 9145.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Teacher Education Office
Proposed Calendar entry  (continued)
3. Computer Science Concentration and Major
Concentration:
First and second year courses in computer programming, computer
structures, and mathematics; 9 units of senior computing courses
covering advanced programming, systems design, programming languages,
and the impact of computers on society.
Major:
An additional 6 units of elective courses in computer science.
Applicants with a major in computer science must also preapre in a
second teaching subject.
4. English Concentration and Major
Concentration:
First and second year English; 12 units of senior English including 3
units from each of: (a) English language, (b) English composition or
creative writing, (c) pre-twentieth century literature, and (d)
twentieth century literature. Prospective applicants are advised to
complete courses in both Shakespeare and Canadian literature.
Major:
An additional 6 units of senior English.
5. Home Economics Concentration and Major
Concentration:
First and second year Chemistry (general and organic) and introductory
courses in home economics and family studies; 9 further units
covering foods and nutrition, textiles and clothing, and family
studies. Economics is recommended.
Major:
B.H.E. with the Comprehensive Option.
6. Industrial Education Major
Major:
30 units of recognized technical courses, including (a) 3 units from
each of design, drafting, electricity, materials technology,
metalwork, power mechanics, and woodwork, and (b) 9 units of advanced
courses in one or two acceptable technical areas. 9146.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Teacher Education Office
Proposed Calendar entry
6. Industrial Education Major  (continued)
NOTE: The University does not itself offer these technical courses
but recognizes certain courses offered by the British Columbia
Institute of Technology and by other technical institutes
where these meet the transfer standards of the university.
7. Mathematics Concentration and Major
Concentration:
6-9 units of junior mathematics and 9 units of senior mathematics.
The program must include courses in 3 of the following 5 areas:
algebra, geometry, number theory, probability and statistics, and
computer science.
Major:
An additional 6 units of senior mathematics.
8. Modern Languages Concentrations and Major
(Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish)
Concentrations:
First and second year courses in both the language and the literature
of the selected language; 9 senior units in the selected language, at
least 3 of which must be language study and must be completed with
second class or higher standing. Applicants who present a language
other than French as one teaching field must present a second teaching
field which is not one of these languages; French and one such
language is an acceptable combination as is English and one such
language.
Major in French:
An additional 6 units of senior French.
NOTE: Candidates may be required to demonstrate oral and written
proficiency in their selected language(s) either prior to
admission or early in the program.
9.  Music Major
Major:
B.Mus. with a major in General Studies (Secondary Education Stream). 9147.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Teacher Education Office
Proposed Calendar entry (continued)
10. Physical Education Concentration and Major
Concentration:
3 units of approved foundational physical education courses from each
of: exercise science, motor performance and control, leisure studies,
and performance analysis; 9 units of acceptable senior physical
education courses in the areas of instruction and coaching. In
addition, applicants must present evidence of competence in aquatics,
dance, gymnastics, and at least 4 other performance areas included
within the secondary school curriculum.
Major:
An additional 6 units of senior physical education electives.
Applicants with a major in physical education must also prepare in a
second teaching subject.
11. Science Concentrations and Majors
(Agricultural science, biological sciences, chemistry, earth and space
science, and physics).
Concentrations:
3 units of introductory or survey courses in each of biological
sciences, chemistry, mathematics, and physics (an introductory course
in geology is also required either prior to admission or within the
teacher education program); an additional 3-6 units of junior
courses and 9 units of senior courses in the selected science.
The set of courses for each selected science must include both lecture
and laboratory studies and satisfy the following:
Agricultural science: Animal science; plant science; and soil
science; a half course in agricultural economics is recommended.
Biological sciences: A balanced selection of courses from each of
taxa; physiology, cytology, or anatomy; ecology; and genetics.
Chemistry: Organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical
chemistry.  Biochemistry programs may be suitable.
Earth and space science: A balanced selection of courses from some
or all of astronomy, geology, geophysics, oceanography and/or
physical geography.
Physics: Thermodynamics; electricity and magnetism; optics and
acoustics; quantum, nuclear, and atomic physics; and mechanics. 9148.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Teacher Education Office
Proposed Calendar entry
11. Science Concentrations and Majors  (continued)
Majors:
An additional 6 units of senior courses in the selected science.
Applicants are admitted as majors in all science fields listed above
except agricultural science.
12. Social Studies Concentrations and Majors
(Emphasis on Geography, history, or a social science)
Concentrations:
3 units of introductory or survey courses in each of geography,
history, and a social science; a further 3 units of junior courses
and 9 units of senior courses in the discipline of emphasis. The
total program must include 3 units with a significant Canadian content
in the discipline of emphasis.
An applicant's program should satisfy the following conditions for the
chosen discipline of emphasis:
Geography: Both physical and cultural geography with courses in
regional and environmental studies.
History:  Canadian, European, and modern world history.
Social Science: An appropriate grouping of courses within a
single, acceptable social science discipline (anthropology, Asian
area studies, economics, political science, or sociology).
NOTE:
Applicants may present more than one social studies teaching
field. Social science applicants must present a second
teaching field (either geography, history, or another subject
widely taught in B.C secondary schools).
Majors:
An additional 6 units of senior courses in the discipline of emphasis
(geography or history only).
13. Theatre Concentration
Concentration:
A minimum of 6 units of junior theatre courses and 9 units at the
senior level. The total program must cover acting, directing,
theatrical production, and the history of theatre. 9149.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION  (continued)
Centre for Studies in Curriculum and Insturction
Early Childhood Education
Changes    Change course designation from EDYC TO ECED
ECED 333 - split into two courses:  ECED 333 (1.5) and
ECED 343 (1.5)
ECED 334 - change title, units, hours
ECED 336 - change title, description units, hours
ECED 405 - split into two courses:  ECED 405 (1.5) and
ECED 415 (1.5)
ECED 433 - split into two courses:  ECED 433 (1.5) and
ECED 443 (1.5)
ECED 438 - change description, units, prerequisite, hours
Language Education
Change program description
Proposed calendar entry:
2. Le programme en langue francaise (p. 109, col. 2)
Ce programme forme des enseignants pour les ecoles elemental res
d'enseignement immersif ou de langue maternelle (programme cadre).
Les conditions et le processus d'admission sont en principe les memes
que pour tout etudiant qui se presente au programme de formation
elementaire. De plus, le candidat au programme aura complete un
course de langue et un cours de litterature de deuxieme annee et aura
reussi a un examen de francais parle et ecrit avant d'etre admis.
Les programmes francais et anglais sont fournis de cours paralleles.
Plusieurs cours de base sont assortis de sections reservees a
1'enseignement en francais. Les elements facultatifs du programme
francais sont offerts soit par le departement de francais soit par le
departement de didactique des langues. La formation se complete de
stages prolonges avec des classes d'enseignment bilingue ou francais.
Les candidats sont sujets a toutes les exigences d'anglais du
programme de base et doivent faire une partie du stage prolonge dans
une classe anglaise.
2. Le programme en langue francaise (p. Ill, col. 1)
Ce programme forme des enseignants a enseigner deux matieres a l'ecole
secondaire en immersion ou au programme cadre (francais langue
maternelle) . 9150.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Language Education
Change program description
Proposed calendar entry:  (continued)
Les conditions et le processus d'admission sont en principe les memes
que pour ceux qui se presentent au programme de formation secondaire.
De plus, le candidat au programme aura complete un cours de langue et
un cours de litterature de deuxieme annee et aura reussi a 1'examen de
francais parle et ecrit avant d'etre admis. Les postulants pourront
choisir le francais comme matiere d'enseignement mais ils devront en
plus choisir au moins une autre matiere d'enseignement (autres langues
excluses).
Les programmes francais et anglais sont fournis de cours paralleles.
Plusieurs cours de base sont assortis de sections reservees a
1'enseignement en francais. Les elements facultatifs du programme
francais sont offertes soit par le departement de francais soit par le
departement de didactique des langues. La formation se complete de
stages prolonges avec des classes d'enseignement bilingue ou francais.
Les candidats sont sujets a toutes les exigences d'anglais du
programme de base et doivent faire une partie de leur stage prolonge
dans une classe anglaise.
Mathematics and Science Education
New       CSED 402 (1.5) Professional Use of Microcomputers for Teachers
Changes    CSED 217, 317 - Split into three courses:
CSED 420 (1.5), 422 (1.5), 424 (1.5)
CSED 450 - change number, title description, prerequisite,
hours (was 417)
Deletions  BUED 166, 176, 186
Change program description
Proposed calendar entry:
3. The industrial education programs
The Faculty of Education, in cooperation with the British Columbia
Institute of Technology, offers programs to prepare secondary school
industrial education teachers. The full post-secondary preparation
for teachers of industrial education consists of the equivalent of
five academic years (80.0 - 80.5 units) of liberal, technical, and
professional courses and school experiences. 9151.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Department of Mathematics and Science Education
Change program description
Proposed calendar entry:  (continued)
The liberal studies component includes English 100 and 12 units which
satisfy the breadth requirements outlined in section A.l. above. The
technical component includes the 30 units of courses detailed in
section H.(6) below. In addition to these components, industrial
education candidates complete the same 35.0 - 35.5 unit basic
Secondary Teaching Program prescribed for candidates in other teaching
subjects and described in section CI. above.
Prospective industrial education teachers with limited or no related
occupational experience follow the General Program. They complete all
liberal and technical requirements before seeking admission to the UBC
program of teacher education.
Applicants with approved occupational competence and experience may
gualify for an Accelerated Program. They may seek admission to the
UBC program of initial teacher education after completing English 100
and 21 units of recognized technical studies. Such candidates must
complete the remaining 12 units of liberal studies and 9 units of
advanced technical requirements before registering for any of the
"Degree completion courses" of their B.Ed, program.
Industrial education candidates normally qualify for the B.C. Standard
Teachinq Certificate upon completion of all requirements of Terms 1,
2, and 3 of the Secondary Teaching Program. Upon completion of the
full program requirements, they qualify for the B.Ed. (Secondary)
degree and the B.C. Professional Teaching Certificate.
Liberal studies courses may be completed while registered in another
faculty or university or at a regional college in B.C. or elsewhere.
Technical studies are normally completed at the British Columbia
Institute of Technology. Those who wish to prepare as industrial
education teachers after completing a first degree in another field
normally satisfy the liberal studies requirements during their
undergraduate programs; if their first degrees satisfy the
requirements for a teaching concentration or major in a subject other
than industrial education, these candidates may prepare to teach both
industrial education and that second subject.
Visual and Performing Arts in Education
New    MUED 339 (1.5)  The Musical 9152.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals  (continued)
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
General Forestry Courses
Addition/Deletion:  Two new 1.5 unit courses FRST 332 and FRST 333 are
proposed to replace the present 3 unit FRST 331.
New FRST 332 (1.5) Introduction to Applied Mathematical
Programming for Forestry
FRST 333 (1.5) Advanced Mathematical Programming for
Forestry
Deletion      FRST 331
Changes       FRST 449 - change in units (now 0.5-3)c
FRST 451 - change in description
Forest Sciences
New FRST 307 (0.5) Forestry Vegetation Management
Harvestinq
Changes       Harvesting 260 - change vector
Harvesting 263 - change in description
Harvesting 459 - change in prerequisite
Wood Science
Chanqes       Wood Science 475, 482, 487 - chanqe in description
Wood Science 488 - chanqe in corequisites
Proqram chanqes:
Proposed Harvestinq Proqram Changes 1988/89
Students entering from Senior Secondary School
First Year Second Year
Enqlish 100
Mathematics 100 and 101
Bioloqy 101 or 102
or Chemistry 103 or 110  (3)1
or Physics 110
Forestry 111
Forestry 130
(3)
Economics 100
(3)
(3)
Soil Science 200
(1.5)
Forestry 204
(2)
(3)1
Forestry 237
(1.5)
Forestry 238
(1.5)
(3)
Forest Harvesting
260
(1.5)
(3)
Forestry Harvesti
ng 262
(1.5)
(15)
Mathematics 200
or Commerce 329
or Commerce 457
(1.5)
Physics 170
(1.5)
Physics 236
(1.5
(17)
Forest Harvesting
2632
(1.5) 9153.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science
Program changes:  (continued)
Proposed Harvesting Program Changes 1988/89
Students entering from Senior Secondary School
Third Year
Forestry 305
(1.5)
Forestry 306
(1.5)
Forestry 308
(1)
Forestry 309
(1)
Forestry 327
(1)
Forest Harvesting
359
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
362
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
363
(1.5)
Forestry 385
(1)
Civil Engineering
230
(1.5)
or Wood Science I
376
Wood Science 475
(1.5)
Social Science or
Humanities Elective
(1.5)
Technical Elective
(1.5)
(17.5)
Forestry 348
(1)
Forestry 3513
(1.5)
Fourth Year
Forestry 325
(1.5)
Forestry 332
(1.5)
Forestry 333
(1.5)
Forestry 442
(1.5)
Forestry 462
(1)
Forest Harvesting
459
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
463
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
464
(1.5)
Forestry 497
(1)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Wood Science 488
(1.5)
Technical Elective
(1.5)
(17.5)
Forestry 4514
Footnotes
1-select one not taken at Grade 12 level
2-Held in the week preceding Second Year and for five consecutive Saturdays
3-Seven days of field study prior to start of fall term in third year
4-Eighteen working days of field study at the University Research Forest
immediately following Spring examination period of third year
Proposed 3-Year Science Transfer Changes 1988/89
Students entering from First Year Science (or its equivalent)
First Year
(See Faculty of Forestry
Admission requirements)
Second Year
Forestry 111
Forestry 130
Economics 100
Soil Science 200
Forestry 204
Forest Harvesting 260
Forest Harvesting 262
Mathematics 200
or Commerce 329
or Commerce 457
Physics 170
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1.5)
(2)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(TBTBT
Forest Harvesting 2631
(1.5) 9154.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science
Program changes:  (continued)
Proposed 3-Year Science Transfer Changes 1988/89
Students entering from First Year Science (or its equivalent)
Third Year
Forestry 237
Forestry 238
Forestry 305
Forestry 306
Forestry 308
Forestry 309
Forestry 327
Forest Harvestinq 359
Forest Harvesting 362
Forest Harvesting 363
Forestry 385
Civil Engineering 230
or Wood Science 376
Wood Science 475
Forestry 348
Forestry 3512
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(1
(17
(1
(1
5)
5)
5)
5)
5)
5)
5)
5)
5)
Fourth Year
Forestry 325
(1.5)
Forestry 332
(1.5)
Forestry 333
(1.5)
Forestry 442
(1.5)
Forestry 462
(1)
Forest Harvesting
463
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
464
(1.5)
Forest Harvesting
459
(1.5)
Forestry 497
(1)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Wood Science 488
(1.5)
Technical Elective
(1.5)
5)
5)
Forestry 4513
(17.5)
(3)
Footnotes
1-Held in the week preceding Second Year and for five consecutive Saturdays
2-Seven days of field study prior to start of Fall term in Third Year
3-Eighteen working days of field study at the University Research Forest
immediately following Spring examination period of third year
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry)
Students entering from Senior Secondary School
First Year
Second Year
English 100 (3)
Mathematics 100 and 101 (3)
Biology 101 or 102
or Chemistry 103 or 110 (3)1
or Physics 110
Forestry 111 (3)
Forestry 130 (3)
(15)
Economics 100
English 301
Wood Science 280
Wood Science 335
Wood Science 372
Wood Science
3712 or 3772
CHEM 103, 110 or 1203
Physics 170
Physics 236
Area of Concentration
(3)
(1.5)
(0.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(2.5)
(18) 9155.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science
Program changes:  (continued)
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry)
Students
entering from
Senior Seconday School
Third Year
Fourth Year
Chemistry 230
(3)
Forestry 419
(1.5)
Forestry 332
(1.5)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Forestry 333
(1.5)
Wood Science 461
(1.5)
Wood Science
Wood Science 473
(1.5)
3712 or 3772
(1.5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Wood Science 3376
(1.5)
Wood Science 487
(1.5)
Wood Science 488
(1.5)
Wood Science 482^
(1)
Chemical Engineering 470
(1)
Forestry 497 or 498
(1-3)
Area of Concentration
(6.5)
Area of Concentration^
(3-5)
(16.5)
(16.5)
Forestry 348
(1)
Forestry 4497
(1.5)
Wood Science 3532'^
(1.5)
Wood Science 3532'5
(1.5)
Footnotes
1-Select the one not taken at grade 12 level
2-Course offered in alternate years
3-If CHEM 103 or 110 has been taken in the first year another course may
be substituted
4-Wood Science 484 may be taken as an alternative to Wood Science 482
5-Ten working days of on-site study of forest products manufacturing plants
during a two week period immediately following the spring examinations of
the second or third year
6-Number of units will be determined by whether FRST 497 or 498 is selected
7-A11 students proceeding to fourth year must submit a report based on
their summer work experience in the forest industry, no later than the
second Monday in October.  This report must have a minimum of 5000
words, exclusive of bibliography and appendices.
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry)
Students entering from First Year Science (or its equivalent)
First Year Science
(See Faculty of Forestry
admission requirements)
Second
Year
Economics 100
(3)
Forestry 111
(3)
Forestry 130
(3)
Chemistry 230
(3)
Physics 170
(1.5)
Physics 236
(1.5)
Area of Concentration
(2.5)
(17.5) 9156.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science
Program changes:  (continued)
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry)
Third Year
Fourth Year
English 301
(1.5)
Forestry 419
(1.5)
Forestry 332
(1.5)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Forestry 333
(1.5)
Wood Science
(1.5)
Wood Science 280
(0.5)
3711 or 3771
Wood Science 461
(1.5)
Wood Science
Wood Science 473
(1.5)
3711 or 3771
(1.5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Wood Science 372
(1.5)
Wood Science 487
(1.5)
Wood Science 376
(1.5)
Wood Science 488
(1.5)
Wood Science 4822
(1)
Chemical Engineering 470
(1)
Area of Concentration
(6.5)
Forestry 497 or 498
(1 or
(17)
Area of Concentration4
(3-5)
(18)
Forestry 348
(1)
Wood Science 3531'3
(1.5)
Wood Science 3531'3
(1.5)
Forestry 449^
3)
Footnotes
1-Course offered in alternate years
2-Wood Science 484 may be taken as an alternative to Wood Science 482
3-Ten working days of on-site study of forest products manufacturing
plants during a two-week period immediately following the spring
examinations of second or third year
4-Number of units will be determined by whether Forestry 497 or 498 is
selected
5-All students proceeding to Fourth Year must submit a report based on
theirsummer work experience in the forest industry, no later than the
second Monday in October.  This report must have a minimum of 5000 words
exclusive of bibliography and appendices
Areas of Concentration
(Applies to Wood Science and Industry only)
1.  Forestry
Second Year required courses
Commerce 296 or 457
Third and Fourth Year
9.5 to 11.5 units from:
Soil Science 200
Forestry 204, 237, 238, 305
306, 319, 325, 415
Forest Harvesting 263, 364 9157.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Wood Science
Areas of Concentration  (continued)
(Applies to Wood Science and Industry only)
Business Management
Second Year required courses:
Third Year required courses;
Fourth Year electives:
♦with permission of instructor
3.  Science and Engineering
Second Year required courses:
Third and Fourth Year Electives:
Commerce 296 and 457
Commerce 297, 329, 396, 458
3 to 5 units from Commerce 341
344*, 392, 393, 394, 397, 491
Forestry 319
Economics 201, 301, 302, 355, 360
361, 365, 370, 371
Law 356; or other approved courses.
Commerce 29 6 or 457
9.5 to 11.5 units from Biology 351,
352, Chemistry 205, 311, 330; Civil
Engineering 230; Applied Science
278; Chemical Engineering 471;
Biology 102, 200, 201; Forestry 430,
431; Wood Science 470; Mathematics
152, 200, 221; Physics 175; or other
approved courses.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Revisions to the Master of Social Work Program
THESIS OPTION I
Theoretical Foundations of Social Work/Social Welfare
Social Policy and Program Planning
Social Work Research
Thesis
Electives (Directed Studies)
(3)
(3)
(6)
(3/4.
5)
(1/1.
5/3)
18
THESIS OPTION II
Theoretical Foundations of Social Work/Social Welfare
Social Policy and Program Planning
Social Work Research
Social Work Practice
Thesis Based on Directed Field Studies
(3)
(3)
(3/4.5)
(3)
(1/1.5/3)
18 9158.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Revisions to the Master of Social Work Program  (continued)
NON-THESIS OPTION
Theoretical Foundations of Social Work/Social Welfare
Social Policy and Program Planning
Social Work Research
Social Work Practice (including Directed Field Studies)
Electives (Directed Studies)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(6/7.
5)
(1/1.
5/3)
18
4. The focus on practice will be strengthened by giving
recognition to a number of courses that have been delivered
previously within a section of another course. (Social Work
Practice with Groups, Social Work Practice with Children).
Since these sections are, in fact, different courses, the
arrangement has caused confusion for students. It has been an
administrative problem as well. The principal practice
specializations offered within the program will be given a
title, number, and course description in the calendar.
5. The elective component of the program, the Directed Studies,
will not be changed and students will continue to be encouraged
to take some of their elective courses in other university
departments and programs. Also unchanged are the requirements
for directed field studies in the case of students who do not
select the thesis option.
Changes in Program Description
Social Work - M.S.W. Degree
The School offers opportunities for advanced study in major practice
specializations within social work.
The program involves 18 units of course work as follows:
(a) One two-term course or two one-term courses in the theoretical
foundations of social work or social welfare (3 units from SOWK
511, 512, or 513); a two-term course in social work research
techniques and methods (3 units from SOWK 551 or 552); and one
two-term course or two one-term courses in social policy and
program planning (3 units from SOWK 521, 522, or 523). 9159.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Revisions to the Master of Social Work Program  (continued)
(b) A methodology/practice specialization consisting of:
Methodology/practice course(s) (3 units from SOWK 530, 540, 541,
542, 543, 544 or 545, 553, or 554).
Directed field studies (3 units of SOWK 560) or a thesis (3 - 4.5
units of SOWK 549).
(c) Elective courses in social work or in other disciplines, approved
by the candidate's program committee (1.5 - 3 units).
General admission requirements include a Bachelor degree equivalent to the
BSW of the University. Completion of the program normally requires a
minimum of 10 months of full-time studies, beginning in September.
Part-time study is permitted. Students entering the MSW Program normally
must have completed courses in research methods and statistics.
Applicants with deficiencies in undergraduate courses in social work or
with a Bachelor degree in a related field are admissible but may be
required to complete up to 18 units of preparatory work.
A brochure is available from the School of Social Work which provides more
specific information on the MSW program, including admission requirements
and procedures, course and degree requirements, and the list of practice
specializations offered in the current academic year.
New       SOWK 542 (1.5/3)d Social Work Practice with Individuals and
Couples
SOWK 543 (1.5/3)d Social Work Practice with Children
SOWK 544 (1.5/3)d Social Work Practice with Groups
SOWK 545 (1.5/3)d Social Work Practice in the Community
SOWK 551 (3)     Social  Welfare  Programs  and  Policies
Research Techniques
SOWK 552 (3)     Social  Work  Practice  and  Methodologies
Research Techniques
SOWK 553 (1.5/3)d Quantitative Methods in Social Work Research
SOWK 554 (1.5/3)d Qualitative Methods in Social Work Research
Changes   SOWK 511, 512, 513 - change in title, description, units
SOWK 521, 523 - change in title and description
SOWK 540 - change in description
SOWK 541 - change in title, description, prerequisites
Deletions SOWK 542, 543, 551, 552, 553 9160.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals  (continued)
FACULTY OF LAW
New LAW 312 (2) Commercial and Secured Transactions
LAW 430  (1/1.5)d  Insolvency Law,  Receivership and
Bankruptcy
LAW 455 (1) Topics in Native Self Government
Change LAW 481 - change in title and description
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Interdepartmental
New INDE 421 Clinical Skills II
Change INDE 401 - change in description
Deletion        INDE 426
Paediatrics
Change PAED 475 - change in description
Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Change PCTH 305 - change in description and number (formerly
390)
Radiology
Change RADI 700, 703, 713 - change in title and description
RADI 701, 702, 705 - change in description
Radiology Residency - change in Calendar statement
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Change PHAR 448 - change in hours and unit value from (1.5)
to (2.0)
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Changes PHED 320, 355, 499 - change in prerequisites
Program changes:
Health and Fitness Program - Change Note: lc) to read: ECON 100; COMM
329; 396; 457; 458. 9161.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION  (continued)
Leisure and Sport Administration - Change Comm 120 in Second Year to
Comm 329; change COMM 261 to COMM 396 and transfer it from Second Year
to Third Year.
To accommodate the transfer of 1.5 units of Commerce courses to Third
Year, and to ensure that Third and Fourth Years contain an adequate
number of non-PHED units, the program has been further modified as
follows:
a) PHED 355 (Field Experience) has been changed from 3 units required to
1.5 units required and 1.5 units elective.
b) The total number of PHED Program Elective units has been reduced from
10.5 units to 9 units.
c) COMM 457, 458 have been moved to Fourth Year.
Under NOTES lb) line 3, "7.5 units..." should read "6 units..."
New non-credit courses
The new Bachelor of Physical Education Degree contains a Performance
Competency requirement, for which students are required to meet certain
standards (in written and practical examinations), in a minimum of three
activities. It is proposed that three new non-credit courses be
created, so that the Registrar's Office can record, on the student's
transcript, those Performance Competencies that have been completed.
These courses will be: PHED 097 - Aquatics; PHED 098 - Individual
Sports; and PHED 099 - Team Sports. Each course will incorporate
specific activities/sports in its category (e.g., Swimming, or Diving,
as a section of PHED 097 - Aquatics).
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
New
Changes
Deletions
RHME 203 (1) Physical Therapy, Clinical Skills
RHME 312 (1) Tests and Measures in Occupational Therapy
RHME  322  (2)  Occupational  Therapy,  Biomechanical
Treatment Approaches
RHME  419  (1.5)  Exercise Physiology in Health and
Disease
RHME 432 (1.5) Occupational Therapy, Group Intervention
RHME 205 - change in hours and units to (1)
RHME 206 - change in hours and units to (1.5)
RHME 423 - change in hours and number  (was 323)
RHME 411 - change in title, description
RHME 413 - change in hours and units to (3)
RHME 416 - change to Spring term and change in hours
RHME 202, 204, 306, 407, 428 9162.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE  (continued)
Change in Calendar Statement and unit value for "Dual Qualifications"
Dual Qualifications
Those students who have completed a University of British Columbia
degree in Occupational Therapy or Physical Therapy and who wish to
become dually qualified will be required to complete 25.5 designated
units in the Occupational Therapy Program and _27 designated units in the
Physical Therapy Program as outlined below.
After  1990,  applicants  for  a  second  degree
in
the  School  of
Rehabilitation Medicine will be considered along with all other
applicants to second year. If admitted for the second degree they may
be given credit for core courses completed within the preceding five
years.
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy - B.Sc.(O.T.)
RHME 207 (3)
RHME 303 (2)
RHME 307 (1.5)
RHME 312 (1)
RHME 322 (2)
Elective (1.5)
RHME 407* (1.5)
RHME 416 (1.5)
RHME 418 (1)
RHME 424 (2)
RHME 426 OR
RHME 436 (1.5)
RHME 432 (1.5)
Clinical Fieldwork:
RHME 209 (0)    RHME 335 (3)    RHME 435 (3.5)
♦Effective 1989 RHME 407 will be replaced by RHME 423.
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy - B.Sc. (P.T.)
Required courses in physical therapy to be completed by School of
Rehabilitation Medicine graduates holding the University of British
Columbia degree B.Sc.(O.T.).
RHME 203 (1)
RHME 206 (1.5)
RHME 208 (1.5)
RHME 304 (1)
RHME 305 (1.5)
RHME 308 (1)
RHME 313 (1)
RHME 314 (1.5)
RHME 405 (1)
RHME 411 (1)
RHME 412 (1)
RHME 413 (3)
RHME 414 (0)
RHME 415 (1.5)
RHME 419 (1.5)
Clinical Fieldwork:
RHME 210 (0)
RHME 330  (4.5)
RHME 430 (3.5) 9163.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Veterinary Medicine
Change calendar statement to:
The Western College of Veterinary Medicine (W.C.V.M.) was established at
the University of Saskatchewan to serve the four western provinces. A
pre-veterinary program is required in preparation for admission to the
four-year veterinary program at the W.C.V.M., and may be completed at
UBC in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.
The course requirements for admission to W.C.V.M. are: 3 units each of
English, Biology, Biochemistry*, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics;
1.5 units each of Genetics, Organic Chemistry, and Introductory
Microbiology*; and additional electives to complete 30 units. These
prerequisites can be met in a number of departments in the Faculty of
Science. However, since genetics and certain of the Biochemistry
courses are offered only in third year, it will normally take longer
than the minimum time to meet all requirements.
* Note:  The biochemistry requirement may be satisfied by completion of
Biochemistry 300, or Biology 200 and Biology 201, or Biology 201 and
Biochemistry 302.   Microbiology  200  will  satisfy  requirements;
Microbiology 417 is not acceptable.
Competition for admission to W.C.V.M. is severe, and although
pre-veterinary requirements can be met in two years, few applicants are
currently admitted with less than 3 years of university course work.
Pre-veterinary students are therefore strongly advised to follow a
program that also satisfies the requirements of a B.Sc program at
U.B.C. For information and program approval contact the Office of the
Dean, Faculty of Science. (Also see Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
statement in this Calendar.)
Further information regarding entrance to Veterinary Medicine may be
obtained from the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Science, UBC, or
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, UBC; or directly from the University
of Saskatchewan.
General Science Program
Change second paragraph to (additions underlined):
The student is also required to include, in the required 15 units of
Science courses numbered 300 or above, at least 9 units in one area, at
least 3 units in a different area, and at least 3 units in an area
different from the preceding two. One of these three areas must be Life
Science (Biochemistry, Biology, Microbiology, Oceanography1,
Pharmacology, Physiology, Psychology). The other areas are to be
selected from Chemistry, Earth Science (Astronomy, Geography, Geology,
Geophysics, Oceanography2), Mathematical Science (Computer Science,
Mathematics, Statistics) and Physics.
^Oceanography 309, 316, 406, 410, 415
2Oceanography 308, 401, 405, 407, 408, 409, 413, 416 9164.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Calendar Statement (to appear immediately before Biochemistry, page 230,
col.l)
Atmospheric Science
A program of undergraduate studies and a diploma program in Meteorology
are offered cooperatively by the Departments of Geography and
Oceanography. Students should direct enquiries to the Chairman,
Atmospheric Science Program, University of British Columbia. Students
wishing to undertake Graduate Studies in the Atmospheric Sciences should
consult the department most appropriate to the proposed field of
specialization.
Requirements for the B.Sc. Degree:
First Year
MATH 100, 101
PHYS 110 or 115 or 120
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 100
Arts Elective
Total
Major
Second Year
3.0
ATSC/GEOG 200,
300
3.0
3.0
MATH 200, 221
3.0
3.0
PHYS 213, 215,
216
6.0
3.0
CPSC 111
1.5
3.0
Arts Elective
1.5
15.0
Total
15.0
Third Year
ATSC/GEOG 301, 302, 303
ATSC Electives1
MATH 315
STAT 200
PHYS 312 or MATH 316
Arts Elective
Electives2
Total
Fourth Year
4.5
At least 4.5 units from
1.5
ATSC 440, 441, 442,
1.5
ATSC/OCGY 411, 414
4.5
1.5
ATSC Electives1
6.0
1.5
Electives2
4.5
1.5
3.0
15.0
Total
15.0
xChosen from CHEM 302 (recommended prerequisite: CHEM 201); GEOG 205,
401, 402, 403:
OCGY 308, 401; PHYS 421; SOIL 414.
Students intending to seek Federal employment as a meteorologist are
urged to add MATH 201 as an elective in their third or fourth year and a
further 1.5 units of Physics on topics such as fluid mechanics, optics,
applied  physics,  advanced  mechanics.   These  students  must  include
ATSC/OCGY 411, 414 and 2 of ATSC 440, 441, 442 in their program. 9165.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Atmospheric Science  (continued)
First Year
As of B.Sc. Major
Third Year
ATSC/GEOG 301, 302, 303
ATSC Elective2
MATH 201, 315
STAT 200
PHYS 312 or MATH 316
CHEM 201, 302
Arts Elective
Total
Honours-1
Second Year
15.0    As of B.Sc. Major
Fourth Year
18.0
Total
15.0
4.5
ATSC 440, 441, 442
4.5
3.0
ATSC 449
3.0
3.0
ATSC/OCGY 411, 414
3.0
1.5
ATSC Elective2
4.5
1.5
Electives3
3.0
3.0
1.5
18.0
-••Entry into the program requires a 70 per cent average in the previous
full year.  Continuation in the program requires a 65 per cent cumulative
average for all courses taken in the program.
2Chosen from GEOG 205, 401, 402, 403; OCGY 308, 401; PHYS 421; SOIL 414.
■^Students intending to seek Federal employment as a meteorologist are
urged to add a further 1.5 units of physics.  See footnote 2, B.Sc. Major
program.
Diploma in Meteorology
The Diploma in Meteorology offers an intensive one-year program in
theoretical and applied Meteorology. It is designed for students with
little or no background in Meteorology who wish to direct their experience
to environmental applications or to gain employment as a meteorologist.
Admission is based on an acceptable academic record (usually a bachelor's
degree in physics, applied mathematics, engineering or similar
disciplines). Typically this should include about 13.5 units of
Mathematics (up to introduction to partial differential equations) and
computer science (including some numerical analysis), and 10.5 units of
physics.
The diploma program requires a minimum of 15 units of course work in
atmospheric science. Each student will plan an individual program in
consultation with the Chairman of the Atmospheric Science program. .For
those with sufficient mathematics and physics but no meteorology a typical 9166.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Atmospheric Science - Diploma in Meteorology (continued)
program would include: ATSC 440, 441, 442, ATSC/GEOG 301, 302, 303, and
ATSC/OCGY 411 and 414, plus 3 units from CHEM 302, GEOG 401, 402, 403,
MECH 482, OCGY 308, 401, PHYS 421, SOIL 414. An exemption of up to 6
units of credit for courses already taken will be allowed. Students
granted exemptions will be required to add electives of appropriate
undergraduate or graduate courses. Additional courses may be added or
substituted by the Chairman to make up the mathematics or physics
background of the student.  The total load is not to exceed 18 units.
Financial aid is available to entering non-UBC students from the Natural
Sciences and Engineering Research Council/Atmospheric Environment Service
Studentship Program on a competitive basis.
The following Atmospheric Science courses, approved in 1983, have not yet
been offered and therefore were not published in the Calendar.  Changes
have been made to some of the courses since their approval by Senate in
1983.
ATSC 200 (1.5) The Atmosphere  (description and number changed formerly
ATSC 211)
ATSC 300 (1.5) Weather and Climate (change in title and prerequisites)
ATSC 301 (1.5) Atmospheric Energetics
ATSC 302 (1.5) Atmospheric Phenomena
ATSC 303 (1.5) Methods in Atmospheric Science (change in prerequisites)
ATSC 411 (1.5) Atmospheric Dynamics
ATSC 414 (1.5) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
ATSC 440 (1.5) Synoptic Meteorology (change in prerequisites)
ATSC 441 (1.5) Contemporary Developments in Synoptic Meteorology (change in
prerequisites)
ATSC 442 (1.5) Weather Seminar (change in description and prerequisite)
ATSC 449 (3.0) Honours Project
Biology
Revised Biology Program
The Departments of Botany and Zoology currently offer independent major
and honours programs in their special subject, and jointly are responsible
for a separate Biology Program, with honours and majors in four options
(Cell Biology, Genetics, General Biology and Marine Biology). After
considerable discussion and many meetings, the departments have decided to
combine these programs. The proposal is to offer a Biology program only,
with major and honours in seven options, namely:
Animal Biology
Cell and Developmental Biology
Ecology
General Biology
Genetics
Marine Biology
Plant Biology 9167.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program  (continued)
The undergraduate programs in Botany and Zoology will be discontinued.
All undergraduate courses will be listed as Biology. This necessitates an
amalgamation of current Botany and Zoology courses with present Biology
courses. Considerable renumbering results. The opportunity has been
taken to rationalize the numbering scheme. This was done using the
following simple rules:
(i) Courses were grouped by subject or field of study, rather than by
organism.  The divisions established are as follows:
300-319, 400-419 Ecology and Evolution
320-329, 420-429 Organisms
330-342, 430-442 Genetics, Cell and Development
343-349, 443-449 Arts Courses, Directed studies and Thesis
350-359, 450-459 Physiology
(ii) If courses in fourth year follow on from third year courses, they
have the same last two digits. Courses that follow each other as a
pair in separate terms have two consecutive numbers.
Calendar Entry (To appear immediately after Biochemistry entry, p.231,
col.l)
The Departments of Botany and Zoology jointly offer only one undergraduate
degree, that is a degree in Biology. The two departments separately offer
opportunities for study leading to Master's and doctoral degrees. For
information on these see the Faculty of Graduate Studies section of the
calendar. Students wishing to undertake a graduate program in Biology at
U.B.C. should contact the Life Science departments most appropriate to the
field of specialization.
There are seven undergraduate degree options leading to a Major or Honours
B.Sc. in Biology. Students should consult advisors in the Department of
Botany and Zoology on the selection of these options.
Certain courses in Marine Science are offered by the Western Canadian
Universities Marine Biological Society at the Bamfield Marine Station on
Vancouver Island. Up to 6 units of credit courses may be taken at the
Bamfield Marine Station in the spring or summer period preceding
registration for the Fourth Year. For details, please consult the
Departments of Botany and Zoology.
NOTE: Biology 101 or 102 or 103 (or equivalent) is prerequisite to all
Biology courses, except Biology 153, 343, 344, 345, 346 and 446. 9168.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program  (continued)
Primarily for First Year Students:
Biology 101, Biology 102, or Biology 103 is a prerequisite for admission
to Major or Honours programs in the Life Sciences Departments. Any one of
these courses will meet the First Year Biology requirements of the
Faculties, or Schools, of Agricultural Sciences, Dentistry, Forestry,
Family and Nutritional Sciences, Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Physical Education and Recreation, and Rehabilitation Medicine. Since
Biology 101, Biology 102 and Biology 103 are ultimately equivalent, credit
may be obtained for only one.
Requirements for the B.Sc. Degree:
First Year Major and Honours - All Options
ENGL 100
3.0
MATH 100, 101
3.0
PHYS 110, 115, or 120
3.0
CHEM 110 or 120
3.0
BIOL 101, 102 or 103
3.0
Total 15.0
Animal Biology
Second Year Major and Honours
BIOL 200, 201
BIOL 204, 205
CHEM 230
Arts Elective
Elective*
Total
*BIOL 209, 210 recommended
Third and Fourth Year Major
BIOL 300 1.5
BIOL 302, 303 3.0
BIOL 334, 335 3.0
BIOL 353 3.0
Arts Elective 3.0
Animal Biology Electives 7.5
Electives 9.0
Total 3U.0 9169.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program
Animal Biology  (continued)
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 331, BIOL 447, and BIOL 449 to total
36 units in third and fourth years.
Animal Biology Electives
Each student must select 7.5 units of course work from the courses listed,
of which 4.5 units must be from Biology courses numbered 300 or higher.
BIOC
302
(1.
5)
BIOC
402
(1
.5)
BIOL
301
(1.
5)
BIOL
305
(1
5)
BIOL
310
(1
5)
BIOL
325
(1
.5)
BIOL
326
(1.
5)
BIOL
327
(1
5)
BIOL
328
(3.
0)
BIOL
331
(1
5)
BIOL
332
(3
0)
BIOL
333
(1.
5)
BIOL
350
(3.
0)
BIOL
354
(1
5)
BIOL
405
(1.
5)
BIOL
410
(1.
5)
BIOL
411
(1.
5)
BIOL
413
(1.
5)
BIOL
414
(3.
0)
BIOL
425
(3
0)
BIOL
426
(3.
0)
BIOL
427
(1.
5)
BIOL
439
(1.
5)
BIOL
441
(1
5)
BIOL
446
(1.
5)
BIOL
450
(1
5)
BIOL
453
(1.
5/3
BIOL
454
(1
5)
BIOL
455
(1.
5)
BIOL
456
(1
5)
.0)
Cell and Developmental Biology
Second Year Majors and
Honours
BIOL 200, 201
3.0
3 units from BIOL 204,
205,
209, 210 or MICB 200
3.0
CHEM 230
3.0
Arts Elective
3.0
Elective*
3.0
Total
15.0
*CHEM 205 recommended.
Third and Fourth Year Major
BIOL 300
1.5
BIOL 302 or 303
1.5
BIOL 331 or BIOL 452
1.5
BIOL 334, 335
3.0
BIOL 350
3.0
BIOC 302 or 303
1.5
or 3.0
Arts Elective
3.0
Cell and Development
Electives
7.5
Electives
7.5
or 6.0
Total
JU.U 9170.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program
Cell and Developmental Biology  (continued)
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 447, BIOL 449 and BIOC 303 to total 36
units in third and fourth years.
Cell and Development Electives
ANAT
405 (1.5)
BIOL
351
(1.5)
BIOC
402 (1.5)
BIOL
352
(1.5)
BIOC
403 (1.5)
BIOL
353
(3.0)
BIOC
410*(1.5)
BIOL
430
(1.5)
BIOC
421 (1.5)
BIOL
431
(3.0)
BIOL
330 (1.5)
BIOL
432
(1.5)
BIOL
331 (1.5)
BIOL
433
(1.5)
BIOL
332 (3.0)
BIOL
435
(1.5)
BIOL
337 (1.5)
BIOL
436
(1.5)
*BIOC
303 Prerequisite.
Ecology
Second Year Major
and
Honours
BIOL 200, 201
One of BIOL 204, 205
One of BIOL 209, 210
CHEM 230
Arts Elective
Elective*
BIOL
437
(1.
5)
BIOL
450
(1
5)
BIOL
452
(1
5)
BIOL
455
(1
.5)
MICB
302
(1
5)
MICB
402
(1
5)
MICB
408
(1.
5)
MICB
409
(1
.5)
MRNE
411
(3
0)
Total 15.0
♦Courses remaining from BIOL 204, 205 and BIOL 209, 210 strongly recommended.
Third and Fourth Year Major
BIOL 300 1.5
BIOL 302, 303 3.0
BIOL 334, 335 3.0
BIOL 351, 352 or BIOL 353  3.0
Arts Elective 3.0
Ecology Electives 9.0
Electives 7.5
Total
30.0 9171.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program
Ecology  (continued)
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 414, BIOL 447 and BIOL 449 to total 36
units in third and fourth years.
Ecology Electives
BIOL
301
(1.5)
BIOL
305
(1.5)
BIOL
310
(1.5)
BIOL
320
(1.5)
BIOL
321
(1.5)
BIOL
322
(1.5)
BIOL
323
(1.5)
BIOL
324
(1.5)
BIOL
326
(1.5)
BIOL
327
(1.5)
BIOL
332
(3
0)
BIOL
400
(1
5)
BIOL
401
(1
5)
BIOL
402
(1
5)
BIOL
403
(1.
5)
BIOL
404
(3
.0)
BIOL
405
(1.
5)
BIOL
406
(1.
5)
BIOL
407
(1.
5)
BIOL
408
(3
.0)
BIOL
409
(1.
5)
General Biology
Second Year Major and Honours
BIOL 200/201 3.0
6 units from BIOL 204, 205,
209, 210, and MICB 200 6.0
CHEM 230 3.0
Arts Elective 3.0
Total 15.0
Third and Fourth Year Major
The remaining 3 units from
BIOL 204, 205, 209, 210,
or MICB 200
3.0
BIOL 300
BIOL 302, 303
1.5
3.0
BIOL 334, 335
BIOL 350 or BIOL 351, 352,
3.0
or BIOL 353
Arts Elective
Biology Courses numbered
300 or above
3.0
3.0
4.5
Electives
9.0
BIOL
410
(1.5)
BIOL
411
(1.5)
BIOL
412
(1.5)
BIOL
413
(1.5)
BIOL
414
(1.5)
BIOL
415
(1.5)
BIOL
426
(3.0)
BIOL
427
(3.0)
BIOL
439
(3.0)
MRNE
430
(3.0)
MRNE
435
(3.0)
Total
30.0 9172.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program - General Biology  (continued)
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 447, BIOL 449, and 1.5 units of
electives numbered 300 or above.
Genetics
Second Year Major and
Honours
BIOL 200, 201
3.0
3 units from BIOL 204,
r
205, 209 and 210
3.0
CHEM 230
3.0
Arts Elective
3.0
MICB 200
3.0
Total
15.0
Third and Fourth Year
Major
BIOL 300
1.5
BIOL 302 or 303
1.5
BIOL 334, 335
3.0
BIOL 350, or 351, 352,
r
or 353
3.0
BIOC 303
3.0
Genetics Electives
9.0
Electives
6.0
Arts Elective
3.0
Total
30.0
Third and Fourth Year
Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 447, BIOL 449 and 1.5 units of
genetics electives to bring total units to 36 in third and fourth years.
Genetics Electives
Students must select 9 units of electives from the courses listed below,
of which 4.5 units must be from Biology courses numbered 300 or higher.
BIOC 402 (1.5) BIOL 431 (3.0) MEDG 410 (1.5)
BIOC 403 (1.5) BIOL 43X2\(1.5) MEDG 419 (1.5)
BIOC 410 (1.5) BIOL 433 \l.5) MICB 302 (1.5)
BIOC 421 (1.5) BIOL 434 (\5) MICB 408 (1.5)
BIOL 331 (1.5) BIOL 436 (1.51 MICB 409 (1.5)
BIOL 337 (1.5) BIOL 452 (1.5) APPENDIX 'B'
9173.
December 16, 1987
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program (continued)
Marine Biology
Second Year Major and Honours
BIOL 200, 201
BIOL 205, 209
CHEM 230
Arts Elective
Electives*
Total
*BIOL 204 and 210 strongly recommended.
Third and Fourth Year Major
BIOL 300
1.5
BIOL 302, 303
3.0
BIOL 320
1.5
BIOL 326
1.5
BIOL 334, 335
3.0
BIOL 350, or 351, 352,
or 353
3.0
Arts Elective
3.0
Marine Biology Electives
7.5
Electives
6.0
Total
30.0
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 447, BIOL 449 and a Marine Science
elective at a marine station, to make a total of 36 units in third and
fourth years.
Marine Biology Electives
BIOL
301
(1.
5)
BIOL
408
(1.
5)
BIOL
305
(1
5)
BIOL
413
(3
.0)
BIOL
325
(1.
5)
BIOL
426
(3
0)
BIOL
329
(3
0)
BIOL
428
(1.
5)
BIOL
331
(1.
5)
BIOL
429
(1.
5)
BIOL
332
(3
.0)
BIOL
451
(1
5)
BIOL
402
(1.
5)
MRNE
410
(1.
5)
BIOL
403
(1.
5)
MRNE
411
(3
.0)
BIOL
405
(1.
5)
MRNE
412
(3.
0)
MRNE
413
(3
.0)
MRNE
420
(3.
0)
MRNE
430
(3
.0)
MRNE
435
(3.
0)
MRNE
440
(3
0)
MRNE
445
(3
0)
OCGY
308
(1.
5)
OCGY
405
(1.
5)
OCGY
407
(1.
5)
OCGY
410
(1.
5) 9174.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program  (continued)
Plant Biology
Second Year Major and Honours
BIOL 200, 201 3.0
BIOL 209, 210 3.0
CHEM 230 3.0
Arts Elective 3.0
Elective* 3.0
Total 15.0
*BIOL 204, 205 recommended.
Third and Fourth Year Major
BIOL 300*
1.5
BIOL 302, 303
3.0
BIOL 324
1.5
BIOL 334, 335
3.0
BIOL 351, 352
3.0
BIOL 415
1.5
Arts Elective
h
3.0
Plant Biology
Electives
4.5 or 6.0
Electives
9.0 or 7.5
Total
30.0
♦An equivalent statistics course may be taken with permission of the Head
of Botany.
Third and Fourth Year Honours
As above, with the addition of BIOL 447, BIOL 449 and 1.5 units of Plant
Bioloqy electives to make a total of 36 units in third and fourth years.
Plant Biology Electives
Major and Honours students in the Plant Biology Option must include three
units from:
BIOL 320 (1.5) BIOL 322 (1.5)
BIOL 321 (1.5) BIOL 323 (1.5)
and one of:
BIOL 420 (1.5) BIOL 439 (3.0)
BIOL 433 (1.5) BIOL 452 (1.5) 9175.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Revised Biology Program
Plant Biology (continued)
Recommended electives: BIOL 320, 321, 322, 323, 343, 406, 407, 412, 420,
421, 422, 424, 433, 439, 448, 451, 452.
Students are encouraged to undertake 1.5 or 3 units of Directed Studies
(BIOL 448) with the permission of the Instructor and approval of the Head
of Botany.
Combined Biology and Chemistry Honours
Change Third and Fourth Years to:
Third Year
BIOL 334, 335
BIOL 350
CHEM 305 (or 304)
CHEM 313
Biology Elective1
Arts Elective
Total
Fourth Year
3.0
BIOC 303
3.0
3.0
CHEM 335 (or 310)
3.0
3.0
CHEM 311
2.0
3.0
Chemistry Electives2
4.0
3.0
Biology Electives3
1.5
3.0
BIOL or CHEM 449
3.0
18.0
Total
16.5
1Organismal: Three units from BIOL 204, 205, 209, 210, 324 and 332.
2To be chosen from 400-level chemistry lecture courses.
3Biology course pertaining to organisms suggested.
New
BIOL 103 (3) Principles of Biology
BIOL 329 (3) Introduction to Aquaculture
BIOL 411 (1.5) Insect Ecology
BIOL 415 (1.5) Evolutionary Processes in Plants
BIOL 428 (1.5) Invertebrate Aquaculture
BIOL 429 (1.5) Algal Aquaculture
BIOL 101, 102 - change in description prerequisite and
hours
BIOL 300 - chanqe in description
BIOL 302 - change in title, description and number
(formerly 321)
BIOL 303 - change in title, description and number
(formerly 322)
BIOL 304 - change in number (formerly 323)
BIOL 330 - change in prerequisite and number (formerly
340) 9176.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology (continued)
Changes
Deletion
BIOL 332
315)
BIOL 333
302)
BIOL 336
335)
BIOL 344
BIOL 345
BIOL 346
BIOL 350
BIOL 400
BIOL 405
BIOL 436
BIOL 448
BIOL 449
BIOL 444
- change in prerequisite and number (formerly
- change in prerequisite and number (formerly
- change in description and number (formerly
- change in number (formerly 310)
- change in number (formerly 311)
- change in number (formerly 313)
- change in number (formerly 330)
- change in hours and number (formerly 422)
- change in prerequisites
- change in prerequisite
- change in description and units (now 1.5-6)c
- change in description
Botany
Changes
Botany
209
- change
to
Biology
209
Botany
210
- change
to
Biology
210
Botany
211
- change
to
Biology
211
Botany
306
- change
to
Biology
321
Botany
307
- change
to
Biology
322
Botany
308
- change
to
Biology
323
Botany
310
- change
to
Biology
343
Botany
311
- change
to
Biology
324
Botany
412
- change
to
Biology
412
Botany
441
- change
to
Biology
421
Botany
442
- change
to
Biology
422
Biology 320  -  change  in  description  and  number
(formerly Botany 301)
Biology 420 - change in description, prerequisite and
number (formerly Botany 402)
Biology 401  -  change  in  prerequisite and number
(formerly Botany 409)
Biology  424  -  change  in  title,  description,
prerequisite and number (formerly Botany 413)
Biology 451  -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Botany 415)
Biology 406 - change in description, prerequisite and
number (formerly Botany 426)
Biology 407 - change in description, prerequisite and
number (formerly Botany 427) 9177.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Botany (continued)
Changes Biology 452 - change  in  prereguisite and  number
(formerly Botany 430)
Biology 439  -  change  in  description  and  number
(formerly Botany 435)
Biology 433 -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Botany 437)
Divide Botany 330 (3) Plant Physiology, into:
Biology 351 (1.5) Plant Physiology I: Plant Nutrition, and
Biology 352 (1.5) Plant Physiology II: Plant Development
Deletions Botany 312, 410, 411, 414, 416, 448, 449
Calendar Statement
In the program section of the Calendar (pp. 232-233), replace entire entry
under Botany with:
The Department of Botany offers programs of study jointly with the
Department of Zoology leading to the bachelor's degree (B.Sc.) in
Biology. One of the options or areas of concentration in this degree
program is the Option in Plant Biology (see above). This replaces the
B.Sc degree in Botany.
The Department of Botany offers programs leading to the Master's and
doctoral degrees in a wide range of contemporary plant studies, including
phytogeography, ecology (including ecophysiology), ethnobotany,
systematics (including chemotaxonomy), morphology and plant development,
cytology, membrane biochemistry and physiology, chemical ecology, and
molecular genetics. For further information on the M.Sc and Ph.D. degree
programs consult the Faculty of Graduate Studies section of the Calendar
and the Department of Botany's Graduate Brochure, available in the Botany
Office.
In the Course section of the Calendar (pp. 260-261), delete all
undergraduate courses and notes thereunto, and replace with the following:
Botany(BOTA)
(Faculty of Science)
All undergraduate courses in Botany are listed under Biology. 9178.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Chemistry
New CHEM 151 (3) Engineering Chemistry
Deletion CHEM 150
Computer Science
Change Computer Science 405 - change in prerequisite
Changes in Calendar Text:
On p. 234, col. 1, replace paragraph beginning "Students wanting to take
..." with:
Enrolment in Computer Science courses numbered above 200 is controlled by
stringent academic admissions criteria. Students should consult the
Computer Science Department during the spring or summer to determine the
criteria for admission.
On p. 275, col. 2, replace the four paragraphs beginning "Note: Computer
Science 101 ..." with:
Note: CPSC 101 and 111 are intended primarily for students wanting just a
one-term introductory course to computing. Students wanting a more
comprehensive introduction to Computer Science should take CPSC 114 and
116. Students may NOT obtain credit for more than one of CPSC 101, 111,
114, 151.
Enrolment in Computer Science courses numbered above 200 is controlled by
stringent academic admissions criteria. Students should consult the
Computer Science Department during the spring or summer to determine the
criteria for admission. students will be denied entry into third year
courses where only a minimum pass has been obtained in prerequisite second
year courses.
Geography
New GEOG 200 (1.5) The Atmosphere
GEOG 300 (1.5) Weather and Climate
Changes GEOG 204 - change in description
GEOG 205, 309 - change in prerequisite
GEOG  301  -  change  in  title,  description  and
prerequisite
GEOG  302,  403  -  change  in  title,  description,
prerequisite and hours
GEOG 303 - change in title, description, prerequisite,
hours and units (now 1.5)
GEOG 401 - change in description, prerequisite and
hours
GEOG  402  - change  in  description  and  prerequisite
Deletions GEOG  202,   402,   403,   409 APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography (continued)
Change program (Calendar, page 235, column 2)
Major in Physical Geography
9179.
December 16, 1987
First Year
(Unchanged)
Second Year
GEOG
200, 205
3.0
GEOG
220 or 260
1.5
STAT
200, MATH 200
3.0
CPSC
111
1.5
GEOP
221 or CHEM 208
3.0
Arts
elective
3.0
Total
15.0
Third Year
GEOG 300
GEOG 306, 310
GEOG 3722 or 3732
Two of GEOG 315, 317,
415, 417, 418
GEOG 3093
SOIL 200 or GEOL 256
or BIOL 302
STAT 205
Arts elective4
Total
Fourth Year
1.5
Two of GEOG
308, 405, 406,
3.0
GEOL 342,
442
3.0
1.5
Two of GEOG
303, 401,
402, 403,
404,
3.0
ATSC 440
3.0
1.5
OCGY 308
1.5
Electives
7.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
18.0
Total
15.0
1Special arrangements may be made for students unable to take this
course in first year.
2Students  enrolled  in  this  program are excused  from the  listed
prerequisite for these courses.
3Field course taken in May of the third year.
4ENGL 301 recommended. 9180.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography  (continued)
Change Program (Calendar, page 235, column 2)
Honours - Climatologyl
First Year
ENGL 100 3.0
MATH 100, 101 3.0
PHYS 110 or 115 or 120 3.0
CHEM 110 or 120 3.0
GEOG 1012 3.0
Total 15.0
Third Year
ATSC/GEOG 301, 302, 303 4.5
GEOG 3094 1.5
One of GEOG 310, 315, 415,
or BIOL 302 1.5
OCGY 308 1.5
MATH 315 and PHYS 312 3.0
MATH 201 or PHYS 329
or GEOP 322 1.5
STAT 200 1.5
Arts elective3 1.5
Elective 1.5
Total 18.0
Second Year
ATSC/GEOG 200, 300 3.0
GEOG 205 1.5
MATH 200, 221 3.0
GEOG 221 3.0
CPSC 111 1.5
Arts elective3 3.0
Total 15.0
Fourth Year
GEOG 449 1.5
Two of GEOG 401, 402, 403   3.0
GEOG 472, 473 3.0
Three of OCGY 401,
SOIL 414, CHEM 3025,
ATSC 411, 414, 442 4.5
ATSC 440 1.5
Arts Elective3 1.5
Elective 3.0
Total 18.0
1Entry into the program requires a 70 percent average in the previous
full year. Continuation in the program requires a 65 percent cumulative
average.
2Special arrangements can be made for students who have been unable to
take this course in First Year.
3English 301 recommended.
4Field course taken in May of Third Year.
^Chemistry 201 is strongly recommended before this course. 9181.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography  (continued)
Change Program (Calendar, page 235, column 2; page 236, column 1)
Honours - Geomorphology1
First Year
Second Year
(Unchanged)
GEOG 200, 205
GEOL 200, 201, 256
MATH 200, 221
GEOP 221
CPSC 111
STAT 200
Total
3.0
4.5
3.0
3.0
1.5
1.5
16.5
Third Year
Fourth Year
GEOG 306, 308
3
.0
(Unchanged, except
footnote 4
GEOG 4052 or 4062
1
5
becomes footnote 5
.)
GEOL 302, 354
3
.0
GEOG 3733 or GEOL
305
1
.5
GEOG 3094 or GEOL
3354
1
5
MATH 201, 315
3
.0
GEOL 405
1
5
Arts Elective
3
.0
Total
18.0
1Entry into this program requires a 70 percent average mark in the
previous full year. Continuation in the program requires a 65 percent
cumulative average.
2Given in alternate years.
3Students enrolled in this program are excused from the listed
prerequisite for this course.
4Field course given in May of Third Year: Note GEOL 335 requires GEOL
235 as a prerequisite.
5From approved courses numbered 300 and above in Geography, Geological
Sciences, Geophysics or Oceanography. 9182.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Geological Sciences
Changes
Geology  305,  335
prerequisite
Geology 351 - change in description
change  in  description  and
Changes in Program
Geology Honours
Change Third Year to:
GEOL 302, 303, 309
GEOL 304
GEOL 305, 321
GEOL 323
GEOL 3351
GEOL 351
Arts Elective
Total
4
.5
3
.0
3
0
1
.5
1
5
1
5
3
0
18.0
(Note:  present footnote 1 is to be retained;  footnote 2 is to be
deleted.)
Geology Major
Change Third and Fourth Years to:
Third Year
GEOL 302, 303
GEOL 304
GEOL 305, 321
GEOL 3351
GEOL 351
Arts Elective
Total
Fourth Year
3.0
GEOL 309
3.0
GEOL 415 or 425
3.0
Earth Science
1.5
Electives2
1.5
Electives
3.0
Arts Elective
15.0
Total
1.5
1.5
3.0
6.0
3.0
15.0
(Note:  present footnotes 1 and 2 are to be retained unchanged.) 9183.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Geophysics
Changes in Program
Combined Honours Geology and Geophysics
Change Third Year to:
GEOL 302, 304, 351
GEOP 320, 321, 322
MATH 315, 316
PHYS 311, 319
Total
Change Fourth Year to:
6.0
4.5
3.0
3.0
16.5
GEOL 415 or 425
1.5
GEOP 420, 421, 426
4.5
GEOL 449 or GEOP 449
3.0
Electives
5.0
Arts Elective
3.0
Total
Mathematics
New
Microbiology
New
Changes
17.0
(Note that footnote 2 is to be deleted.)
MATH 427 (1.5) Mathematical Classical Mechanics I
MATH 428 (1.5) Mathematical Classical Mechanics II
MICB 419 (1.5) Techniques in Microbial Technology
MICB 421 (3) Advanced Microbial Techniques
MICB 418 - change in title, description, prerequisite,
hours and number (formerly 308)
MICB 325 - change in title and description
MICB 408 - change in hours
MICB 318 - change in title, description and number
(formerly 418) 9184.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Microbiology (continued)
Change in Program:
Major
Third Year
BIOC 302
MICB 302
MICB 321
MICB 324, 325
BIOL 334
Arts elective
Elective1
Total
Fourth Year
1.5 7.5 units from
1.5
3.0
3.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
15.0
MICB 307, 318, 402, 403,
408, 409, 411, 418, 419,
421, 430, 448, BIOL 400
Electives1
Total
7.5
7.5
15.0
BIOC 302
MICB 302
MICB 321
MICB 324, 325
BIOL 334
Electivesl
Arts Elective
Honours
1.5 MICB 430
1.5 MICB 449
3.0 4.5 units from
3.0 MICB 307, 318, 402, 403,
1.5 408, 409, 411, 418, 419,
4.5 421, BIOL 400
3.0 Electives1
Total       18.0     Total
Recommended Science Electives:
BIOL 300 (1.5)
BIOL 301 (1.5)
BIOL 320 (1.5)
BIOL 323 (1.5)
BIOL 328 (3.0)
BIOL 330 (1.5)
BIOL 332 (3.0)
BIOL 350 (3.0)
BIOL 400 (1.5)
BIOL 435 (1.5)
BIOC
301
(1
5)
BIOC
402
(1
.5)
BIOC
403
(1
5)
CHEM
205
(3
.0)
CHEM
301
(1.
5)
CHEM
305
(3
.0)
CHEM
313
(3.
0)
CHEM
335
(3
0)
3.0
3.0
4.5
7.5
18.0
CPSC 111 (1.5)
CPSC 114 (1.5)
CPSC 116 (3.0)
MATH 200 (1.5)
MEDG 410 (1.5)
MICB 307 (1.5)
MICB 318 (1.5) 9185.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Oceanography
New Oceanography 411 (1.5) Atmospheric Dynamics
Oceanography 414 (1.5) Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Deletion of Programs:
Delete the following programs:
Combined Oceanography and Botany Honours
Combined Oceanography and Zoology Honours
Changes in Programs
Combined Oceanography and Biology Honours
Change Third and Fourth Years to:
Third Year Fourth Year
OCGY 308, 316, or 309 3.0    Other Biology Courses
OCGY 406, 408               3.0      numbered 300 or higher 3.0
OCGY 449, BIOL 4493          3.0    Arts electives 3.0
BIOL 300, 334, 335           4.5    Science electives2 10.5
BIOL 302, 303                 3.0
Total 33.0
iOne of GEOL 105, GEOP 120 and GEOL 125, CPSC 114 and 116 (or 111 and 118),
or GEOG 101, and six additional units chosen from:  BIOL 204, 205, 209, 210;
CHEM 205 (201 and 202); MATH 200, 201; MICB 200; PSYC 260; to include at
least three units of courses on organisms, e.g. BIOL 209 (1.5) and BIOL 205
(1.5) or MICB 200 (3).
2MATH 200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third Year; Science
electives may include additional Oceanography courses in Third and Fourth
Years.
3If BIOL 449 is taken, an additional three units of Oceanography courses
are required as part of the science electives.
Combined Oceanography and Physics Honours
Change Third Year to:
PHYS 301, 308 3.0
PHYS 303, 304 3.0
PHYS 306 1.5
PHYS 307, 309 3.0
MATH 201, 316 3.0
OCGY 308, 309 3.0
OCGY 401 or 414 1.5
Total 18.0 9186.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography  (continued)
Combined Oceanography and Geophysics Honours
Change Fourth Year of program approved by Senate, January 1986, for
implementation September 1988 to:
OCGY 401 or 414, 408
3.0
OCGY 449 or GEOP 449
3.0
GEOP 420, 421, 426
4.5
Electives
7.5
Total 18.0
Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Change PCTH 305 - Change in description and number (formerly
390)
Physics
Changes Replace PHYS 151 (1) Wave Phenomena and
PHYS 152 (2) Thermodynamics, Electricity and
Magnetism
With:  PHYS 153 (3) Elements of Physics
PHYS 270 - change in units, title, hours, description
and number (formerly 175)
PHYS 251, 308, 456 - change in description
PHYS  209  -  change  in  description,  hours  and
prerequisite
PHYS 307, 314 - change in description and prerequisite
Divide: PHYS 326 (3) Optics, Vibrations and Acoustics
into:   PHYS 317 (1.5) Light
PHYS 318 (1.5) Acoustics
Zoology
Deletions: Zoology 410, 414, 424, 448, 449
Change in Course Number and Editorial Changes
Change the following course numbers:
From Zoology 203 to ♦♦Biology 204
From Zoology 205 to ♦♦Biology 205
From Zoology 206 to Biology 206
From Zoology 303 to Biology 353
From Zoology 306 to Biology 325 9187.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Zoology
Change the following course numbers:  (continued)
From Zoology 311 to Biology 327
From Zoology 400 to Biology 446
From Zoology 412 to Biology 413
From zoology 413 to Biology 328
From Zoology 419 to Biology 441
(Note:  Double asterisks to be retained for BIOL 204 and 205.)
Changes Biology  153  -  change  in  description  and  number
(formerly Zoology 153
Biology 305 -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Zoology 316)
Biology 310  -  change  in  prerequisite and number
(formerly Zoology 323)
Biology 326 -  change  in  prerequisite  and number
(formerly Zoology 305)
Biology 331 - change in hours and number (formerly
Zoology 304)
Biology 337 - change in title and number (formerly
Zoology 325)
Biology 347 - change in title, description, hours, and
number (formerly Zoology 340)
Biology 354 -  change  in  prerequisite and number
(formerly Zoology 307)
Biology 402 - change in description, prerequisite and
number (formerly Zoology 404)
Biology 403 - change  in  prerequisite and number
(formerly Zoology 406)
Biology 404 - change in title, description and number
(formerly Zoology 403)
Biology 408 - change  in  prerequisite and number
(formerly Zoology 421)
Biology 409  -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Zoology 430)
Biology 410 - change in description, title, and number
(formerly Zoology 423)
Biology 414  -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Zoology 402)
Biology 425 -  change  in  number  and  prerequisite
(formerly Zoology 411)
Biology 426  -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Zooloqy 415
Biology  427  -  change  in  description  and  number
(formerly Zoology 416)
Biology 430  -  change  in  prerequisite and  number
(formerly Zoology 427) 9188.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Zoology (continued)
Changes Biology 431 - change
title and number (former
Biology 432 - change in
number (formerly Zoology
Biology 437  -  change
(formerly Zoology 417
Biology 435  -  change
(formerly Zoology 420)
Biology 440 - change
(formerly Zoology 409)
Biology 447 - change in
(formerly Zoology 440)
Biology 450 - change
(formerly Zoology 405)
Biology 453 -  change
(formerly Zoology 408)
Biology 454 - change
number (formerly Zoology
Biology 455 -  change
(formerly Zoology 429)
Biology 456  -  change
(formerly Zoology 431)
Deletion of Programs and Calendar Material
in description, prerequisite,
ly Zoology 407)
description, prerequisite and
425)
in  prerequisite and number
in  prerequisite and number
in  prerequisite and number
description, title and number
in  prerequisite and number
in  prerequisite and number
in prerequisite,  hours,  and
428)
in  prerequisite and number
in  prerequisite and number
In the Program section of the Calendar (p. 244) delete all text from the
beginning of the Zoology entry down to (but not including) the paragraph
entitled "Ecology" and replace with:
The Department offers programs of study jointly with the Department of
Botany leading to a bachelor's degree in Biology. There is no
undergraduate degree in Zoology.
The Department of Zoology offers programs leading to the master's and
doctoral degree. For details students are directed to the Faculty of
Graduate Studies section of the calendar.
Facilities are available for advanced study and research in the
following areas: Aquaculture, Biological Oceanography, Comparative
Physiology, Developmental and Cell Biology, Ecology, Entomology,
Ethology, Fish Biology and Fisheries, Genetics, Ichthyology and
Limnology, Marine Biology, Parasitology, Vertebrate and invertebrate
Zoology and Zoogeography. Attention is directed to the following
applied fields.
Aquacultural Science
An undergraduate degree program leading to a B.Sc. Major in Aquacultural
Science is offered through the cooperation of several faculties.
Students are directed to this listing in the calendar. 9189.
December 16, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Deletion of Programs and Calendar Material  (continued)
Ecology
(Delete first sentence of entry only.)
In the Course section of the Calendar (pp. 363-364), delete all
undergraduate courses and notes thereunto, and replace with the
following:
Zoology (ZOOL)
(Faculty of Science)
All undergraduate courses in Zoology are listed under Biology.

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