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 6292.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, January 22,  1975
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:   Acting President B. E. Riedel, Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dr. C B. Bourne, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown,
Rev. P. C Burns, Mr. C McK. Campbell, Mr. R. J. Carter, Dr. S. D.
Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C P. Cole, Mr. C J . Connaghan, Dean I. McT.
Cowan, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. N. Epstein, Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs. F.
Field, Dean W. D.  Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Ms. A. J .  Francis, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, The Hon.  E. D.  Fulton, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt,
Mr. F.  K.  H. Gagne, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. R.  F. Gray, Dean N. A.
Hall, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. J. M. Houston, Dr. B.
Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dean S. W. Leung, Dr. E.
Levy, Mr. T. B. Lindsay, Dr. P. A.  Lusztig, Dr. D. J . MacDougall, Mr. D. B.
Mackay, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dr. C. A. McDowell,
Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dr. P. Merivale, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C M. Moriarty, Dr. D. D. Munro, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. G. V.
Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Dr. I. S.
Ross, Mrs. L. Sayle, Dr. A. D. Scott, Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Dr. K. S.
Stockholder, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr.  B. B. Trevino, Dr. M. Uprichard,
Dean G. M. Volkoff, Mr. F. C Walden, Dr. W. A. Webber, Acting Dean R. M.
Will, Ms.  K. P. Young.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. J. Kulich.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Dr. L. L. Bongie, Dr. C A. Brockley, Mr. R. M,
Buzza, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. J. M. Kennedy,
Dr. L. Kraintz, Mrs. J. MacD.  Lecky, Mr. G. J. Peet, Dean M. Shaw,
Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. R. L. White. 6293.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
In the absence of President Gage, Dean Riedel chaired the meeting.
The Chairman announced that the Universities Council would hold a
public meeting on Monday, January 27,  1975 at 2.30 p.m. in Lecture Hall
No. 2 of the Instructional Resources Centre.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Attention was drawn to item 2 under "Other Business" on Page 6270
of the minutes which read: -
"A query was raised by Mr. Funt concerning the architectural plans
and siting of the new library data processing centre.   The Chairman
suggested that Mr. Funt confer with him on this matter."
Senate concurred with Mr. Funt's request that the minutes be amended
to read: -
"A request was made that Senate ask the Board of Governors, under
section 37 (n), to release plans for the new library data processing
centre, and to publish reasons for selecting the designated site
between Brock Hall and the Student Union Building.   Senate agreed
that Mr. Funt and President Gage would determine the wording of the
proposal for presentation to the Board of Governors."
Dr. Friedman drew Senate's attention to the Faculty of Medicine
curriculum revisions approved at the previous meeting.   A statement had
been made that in North American medical schools the minimum amount of
time devoted to Anatomy was 100 hours with a maximum of 275 hours and
that the existing U.B.C. program called for 472 hours.   Dr. Friedman stated
that the figures quoted related to the teaching of Anatomy in the United States 6294.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting    (continued)
The impression was created that Anatomy teaching at U . B.C. was excessively
high, whereas the last survey carried out by the Canadian Association of
Anatomists showed that for the twelve principal medical schools surveyed
the median number of hours taught was 460.
Dr. McGregor  ) That the Minutes of the Fourth regular
Dr. Hardwick   ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1974-75
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted as amended.
Carried
Senate Membership
Senate ratified the appointments of the following Joint Faculty
Representatives to replace those who had left the University:-
Miss W. J. Hudson, Rehabilitation Medicine, to replace
Professor W. M. Armstrong
Dr.  E.  Levy, Department of Philosophy, to replace
Dr. R. Daniells
It was noted that the following members had returned from leave of
absence:-
Dr. J. D. Dennison, Faculty of Education
Dr. P. H. Pearse, Department of Economics
The Chairman also welcomed Mr. Jindra Kulich as an observer for
the Centre for Continuing Education replacing Mr. G. R. Selman. 6295.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Deans -  term of office   (P.6269-70)
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting.
Dr. Epstein   ) That the terms of reference of the joint
Dr. Brown    ) Senate-Board Committee on the selection
of Deans include the question of the term
of office of Deans.
During the following discussion some members felt that the proposal
should be referred to a separate committee.
In amendment:
Dr. Hardwick   ) That a committee be established to consider
Dr. Lusztig       ) the term of office of Deans.
After further debate it was felt that the committee already established
would be the appropriate body to discuss the proposal.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.    It was pointed out that the Board of
Governors would also have to approve the proposal.
Student election  results    (P.6270)
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting.
Mr. Funt ) That Senate accept as policy the full
Ms. Moriarty   ) disclosure of student election results by
publication of numbers of votes cast for
the various candidates. 6296.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Student election  results    (continued)
In reply to a query Mr. Funt stated that the motion referred to
elections for both Senate and the Board.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Examination policies and  practices    (P.6272)
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting.
Mr. Osborne   ) That Senate establish a committee to
Dr. Cavers      ) review examination policies and practices
generally with emphasis on Christmas
examinations and to report not later than
the October meeting of Senate.
Mr. Osborne spoke briefly to the motion.   He stated that many problems
had been raised by students.   It appears that there had been an increase
in the number of take-home examinations;   also examinations were still
being given in the two week period prior to the final Christmas and April
examination periods.
In reply to a query Mr. Osborne stated that it was not intended to tell
any Department how to assess and grade but to consider the question of
whether there should be grades.
It was suggested that the committee could also look into the problem
of students who did not get the time allotted for examinations due to late
distribution of examination papers.   Another suggestion was that there be
a centre where students could lodge complaints.
The motion was put and carried. 6297.
Wednesday, January 22, 1975.
Business arising from the Minutes   (continued)
Convocation membership on Senate   (P.6271)
Mr. Thorn )        That Senate increase by 11 the number of
Mr. Connaghan   )       senators to be elected by Convocation
through Section 35 (2) (1) of the
Universities Act (1974).
The Agenda Committee had recommended that Senate should consider
whether it wished to debate the issue or whether it wished to transmit the
motion to the new Senate.    It was agreed that there be some discussion of
the motion.
Mr. Thorn reiterated some of the points outlined at the previous meeting
when he gave notice of motion.   He stated that the reduction in Convocation
membership on Senate from 15 to 4, under the new Universities Act, would
be token membership.   Participation in Senate committee work would be
seriously reduced as a result of the decrease in membership.   He felt that
Convocation members both during their term of office and after had been
influential in Government and community and that their representation of
the University went much further than just being a member of Senate,  it
brought a community viewpoint to Senate.
During the following discussion many members expressed the opinion
that the motion should be debated by the new Senate. 6298.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Convocation membership on Senate   (continued)
In amendment:
Mr. Fulton      ) That Senate recommend for consideration
Mr. Trevino   ) at an early meeting of the new Senate that
a resolution be adopted to increase by 11
the number of Senators to be elected by
Convocation through Section 35 (2) (1) of
the Universities Act (1974).
Mr. Fulton spoke briefly to the amendment.   He stated it was proper
that the decision be left to the incoming Senate.
The amendment was put and carried.
The motion as amended was put and carried.
Take home examinations  (P.6270-71)
Dr. Cavers    ) That Senate establish the following
Mrs. Angus   ) regulation for the University:-   Take home
examinations shall not contribute in total
more than 20% of the final mark in any
course.
Dr. Cavers explained that he did not consider essays, or problems
assigned to be done at home and submitted at the next lecture, to be take
home examinations.   He felt that there was a severe moral pressure on
students who were given take home examinations and that these could be
done in any examination hall.   During the following discussion it was
suggested that the motion be referred to the committee to be established
to review examination policies and practices. 6299.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Business arising from the Minutes
Take home examinations    (continued)
Dr. Wi 11 ) That the motion be referred to the committee
Dr. Finnegan   ) to review examination policies and practices,
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions  Committee -  B.S.N,  degree program  regulations
Proposals concerning admission, promotion and graduation in the
Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program had been referred to the
committee at the November 13,  1974 meeting of Senate.   The committee
recommended approval in the following revised form:
Admission
1. The School reserves the right of selection of students for admission
and readmission to the B.S.N, degree program.
2. The last day for submission for applications for acceptance in the
winter session beginning the following September is June 30 for
students entering the four-year baccalaureate program and
March 1 for registered nurses entering the baccalaureate program
with advance credits.
3. For admission to the School, an applicant must have a minimum
standing of 65% (or a gradepoint average of 2.5 calculated on a
4-point scale) for all Grade 11 and 12 subjects (or for the last full
year of academic study beyond Grade 12) presented for admission.
4. Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate
competence in both oral and written English.   The School will
determine the level of competency required.   Prior to their being
admitted to the School applicants may be asked to enrol in a special
program to remedy defects demonstrated in English usage. 6300.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions  Committee -   B.S.N,   degree program  regulations
Admission    (continued)
5. Applicants applying as registered nurses must be registered in
British Columbia or be eligible to so register.    Furthermore,
these applicants must give evidence of their ability to provide
direct nursing care to patients by submitting one of the following:
(a) a description of the nature of their nursing experience
within the three years prior to application to the School
with references from employer (s);
(b) their record of graduation from an approved school of
nursing within the last three years;
(c) their record of a refresher course in nursing within the
last three years followed by reference from an employer
covering a work experience of at least six months.
6. Applicants applying as registered  nurses must provide evidence
that instruction and clinical experience in psychiatric nursing
were included in their diploma nursing program or were obtained
subsequently.
7. Applicants applying as registered nurses for admission to the
Third Year must demonstrate their readiness for the required
studies.   This may be done by:
(a) completing satisfactorily a battery of placement tests in both
nursing and non-nursing subjects, or
(b) completing satisfactorily the courses  (or their equivalents)
of the first two years of the four-year B.S.N, program .
NOTE:     In  (a) unsuccessful candidates in the placement tests are
advised to re-write the test(s)   (or take the appropriate
courses) after a period of study of not less than three
months from the date of initial writing;    those unsuccessful
following a second attempt must take the appropriate
courses and pass them on first attempt. 6301.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee -  B.S.N,  degree program  regulations    (continued)
Promotion
1. The minimum passing grade in each nursing course is sixty per
cent (60%).    (Nursing courses:    110,  115, 210, 215, 225, 310, 320,
410, 420, 425)
2. The minimum overall grade for promotion from one year to the
next is Class 2  (65% average) .
3. Supplemental examinations are available to students in nursing
courses provided that:
(a) the student's attendance in the class has been satisfactory;
(b) the student has written the final examination in the course (s)
concerned and obtained at least 50%;
(c) the student had achieved an average of at least 60% in the
work of the session including the failed course (s);
(d) the student had not failed in more than 6 units of course
work in that session.
4. Required sequences of courses for all students, full and part-time:
(i) The supportive4" courses must be completed satisfactorily
prior to or concurrently with the clinical nursing courses
in any year.
(+        First Year     -    English 100, Nursing 112,
Microbiology 153,  Zoology 153
Second Year -    Pathology 375, required course in
Anthropology or Sociology
Third Year    -    required course in Psychology or
Sociology.)
(ii)      The clinical nursing courses++ must be taken in numerical
order except that Nursing 425 may be taken concurrently
with Nursing 410.
(++       Nursing 110,  115, 210, 215, 310, 410, 425.) 6302.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions  Committee -  B.S.N,  degree program  regulations
Promotion
4. (continued)
(iii)     The course Nursing 320 must be taken concurrently with
or prior to Nursing 310;    Nursing 410 and 420 may be taken
in any sequence.
NOTE:     Full-time study is defined as the full set of required
courses of any year of the B.S.N, degree program except
for those students with advance credit in which case 12
units is the minimum full-time course load.
5. Students who are registered nurses must complete satisfactorily
Nursing 225 prior to entering the Third Year.
Graduation
1. Students entering the four-year B.S.N, degree program must meet
all requirements within a minimum of four and a maximum of seven
years from initial enrolment.
2. Students entering as registered nurses from schools other than
The University of British Columbia must complete a minimum of
twenty-four (24) units of courses of the Third and Fourth Years
of the B.S.N, degree program subsequent to completion of
Nursing 225 and must meet all requirements within a maximum of
four years of initial enrolment.
Dr. Finnegan   ) That the recommendations of the Senate
Dr. Gray ) Admissions Committee concerning
admission, promotion and graduation in
the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree
program be approved.
Criticism was made of items 1 and 2 under "Graduation".    It was felt
that the maximum time permitted to meet all requirements for the degree
would penalize part-time students and students wishing to take time out for
personal reasons. 6303.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee -  B.S.N,  degree program  regulations    (continued)
In amendment:
Ms. Young   ) That items 1 and 2 under "Graduation" be
Ms. Smaill   ) referred back to the Senate Admissions
Committee to reconsider the maximum of
7 years and the maximum of 4 years to meet
all requirements for the B.S.N, degree.
Lost
The motion was put and carried.
Admissions Committee -  B.S.R.  degree program regulations
Proposed changes in promotion policies submitted to the
November 13,  1974 meeting of Senate had been referred to the committee.
The committee recommended approval of the proposals as outlined below: -
Supplemental examinations
(i)       A student may be granted a maximum of two supplemental
examinations in any one year.
(ii)      A student who fails a supplemental in second year will be
required to repeat all courses in second year Rehabilitation
Medicine.
(iii)     A student who fai Is a supplemental (s) in third year will be
required to repeat the failed course (s) and all others where
60% was not achieved before being allowed to proceed to
fourth year.
(iv)     A student who fai Is a supplemental (s) in fourth year may be
given one further examination before being required to repeat
that course. 6304.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee -  B.S.R.  degree program  regulations   (continued)
Clinical experience
211 (li)    O.T. Clinical Practice I and
212 (H)    P.T. Clinical Practice I
A student failing to complete these courses satisfactorily may
be granted permission to advance to third year only on the
recommendation of the Promotions Committee.
309 (1)      O.T. Clinical Practice II and
311 (2)      O.T. Clinical Practice III
A student must receive a passing grade on the average of these
two courses before being granted permission to proceed to fourth
year.
310 (1)       P.T. Clinical Practice II and
312 (2)       P.T. Clinical Practice III
A student must receive a passing grade on the average of these
two courses before being granted permission to proceed to fourth
year.
409 (3)      O.T. Clinical Practice IV and
410 (3)      P.T. Clinical Practice IV
If a supplemental examination is granted in either of these
courses the failing section must be repeated before a student is
eligible for graduation.
Note:   If a student misses a complete clinical placement due to accident
or illness, the student may be permitted to graduate but time
loss must be made up before eligible to begin senior clinical
internship.
In the summer after Fourth Year (and thus after the degree has
been awarded) the Senior Clinical Internship, a course of
eight (8) weeks, must be completed for individual professional
accreditation.   This course requires that the time period
represented in the above clinical courses for the degree must
have been fully completed by the student before admission to
Senior Internship. 6305.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee -  B.S.R.  degree program  regulations    (continued)
Admission  requirements
Admission to Second Year Rehabilitation Medicine is limited and
based on academic standing, maturity, personal suitability, and any
available references concerning performance as a volunteer worker
or employee.
Dr. Finnegan  )
Mr. Carter        )
That the recommendations of the Senate
Admissions Committee concerning
promotion policies in the Bachelor of
Science in Rehabilitation program be
approved.
Referring to item  (ii) under "Supplemental examinations" an opinion
was expressed that students who failed a supplemental in Second Year
should not have to repeat all courses in Second Year Rehabilitation Medicine,
In amendment:
Ms. Smaill      )
Ms. Francis   )
That item (ii) under "Supplemental
examinations" be referred back to the
Senate Admissions Committee for
recons /'deration.
Lost
Dr. Levy        )
Ms. Francis   )
That the motion be tabled.
Lost
The motion was put and carried, 6306.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions  Committee    (continued)
A motion to the effect that students be granted unit credit for any
course successfully completed had been referred to the committee at the
September 12,  1974 meeting of Senate.   Dr. Finnegan explained that the
motion applied to the Faculties of Arts and Science and not to the
professional schools.
Due to the lateness of the hour it was suggested that this item be tabled
in order that reports of committees where deadlines had to be met could
be discussed.
Dean Cowan   )
Mrs. Angus   )
That the report of the Senate Admissions
Committee concerning unit credit for any
course successfully completed be tabled.
Carried
Extension of meeting
Dr. Hardwick   )
Dr. McGregor   )
That the meeting be extended beyond the
10. 30 p.m. deadline.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hardwick presented the report on proposals referred to the
committee. 6307.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Applied Science    (See Appendix)
Dr. Hardwick   ) That new courses and course changes
Dr.  Lusztig       ) recommended by the Faculty of Applied
Science be approved with the exception
of the deletion of Elec 498 Engineering
Reports.
Dr. Hardwick explained that the committee had requested
clarification of the reason for the deletion of Elec 498 but at the time
of the meeting this had not been received.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix)
The following amendments to the submission of the Faculty of
Arts had been recommended by the committee:-
1) Religious Studies 479 Directed Studies, description to read:-
"Reading and, where appropriate, other research on a topic
arising in the discipline, arranged by agreement between
the student and the instructor."
2) Delete Spanish 401, Religious Studies 350 and 351 - these
deletions had inadvertently been omitted from the report of
the Faculty of Arts Curriculum Committee.
3) Under the heading "Basic English Composition Workshop"
insert "This non-credit course must be taken in addition to
English 100 or Arts I by those students whose tested
competence in writing does not meet minimum requirements" Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum  Committee
Faculty of Arts    (continued)
6308,
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Dr.  Hardwick    )
Dr. Cavers        )
That new courses and course changes
recommended by the Faculty of Arts be
approved.
In amendment:
Dr. Will )
Dr. Hardwick   )
That the words "or their equivalents if
taken elsewhere" be inserted after
"English 100 or Arts I" in the paragraph
concerning the Basic English Composition
Workshop.
Carried
The motion, with the above amendments, was put and carried,
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix)
Dr. Hardwick   )
Dr. McDowell   )
That new courses recommended by the
Faculty of Education be approved.
A query was raised concerning the descriptions for
Education 468 and 469.   It was agreed that this matter be left to the
Curriculum Committee.
The motion was put and carried.
Diploma  Program  in Values  Education    (See Appendix)
It was stated in the submission of the Faculty of Education
that the program was designed to provide teachers, counsellors, 6309.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education
Diploma  Program in Values Education   (continued)
other educational professionals and professionals in such fields
as social work, youth work and adult rehabilitation, with the
knowledge and skills necessary to implement programs in values
education, and provide leadership to other teachers and
professionals wanting to enhance their work in values education.
The committee felt that this program would appeal to
teachers at all levels.    It was pointed out that this was not a
graduate program although it was only open to students with a
baccalaureate degree in Education.
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the Diploma Program in Values
Miss Paul ) Education recommended by the Faculty
of Education be approved.
Carried
Course and curriculum changes    (See Appendix)
Dr. Hardwick   ) That course and curriculum changes
Miss Paul ) recommended by the Faculty of Education
be approved.
Carried
Education 437   (1j or 3)   Teaching Maladjusted Children
Approval of the change in unit value from (H) to (li or 3)
had been withheld at the previous meeting  (P. 6258) .    It was
pointed out, however, that this change had previously been
approved by Senate in December 1968 and inadvertently appeared
in subsequent calendars as  (1i) . 6310.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Graduate Studies    (See Appendix)
Senate's attention was drawn to a proposal to divide Agricultural
Economics 501 into two courses, 501 and 502.   The committee had been
informed that a course numbered 502 already existed and therefore
recommended that the old 502 be renumbered 503.
Dr. Hardwick  ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Cowan      ) Agricultural Economics, Computer Science,
Creative Writing, English, French,
Geography, Geological Sciences, Health
Care & Epidemiology, Microbiology, Plant
Science, Psychology, Religious Studies
and Soil Science, recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies, be approved.
Carried
Attention was drawn to a proposed new course, Asian Studies 509
(1i-3)   Chinese  Popular Thought & Religion.   The committee felt that
the title of this course did not give a sufficient description of what
would be taught and recommended that the Department of Asian Studies
be asked to provide a description for this course.
Dr. Hardwick  ) That new courses and course changes in
Dean Cowan      ) Architecture, Asian Studies (excluding
Asian Studies 509), Civil Engineering,
Education, Forestry, Geography, Geological
Sciences, Law, Mechanical Engineering and
Metallurgy, recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies, be approved.
Carried 6311,
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee    (continued)
Faculty of Law - Moot Court Program  Revision
The submission of the Faculty of Law concerning the proposed
revision of the Moot Court Program contained the following
recommendation:
That Moot Court be a compulsory course, carrying one unit
credit in Second Year.   To obtain credit for this course, a
student must:
(1) participate in a moot and submit an acceptable factum; and
(2) either act as a judge and write a judgment for a first year
moot; or do an independent piece of legal research on some
aspect of legal practice approved by the Moot Court Director
(equivalent to a Law Review note) .
Students who participate in the Grand Moot, the Jessop Moot
Competition, the International Moot or the Western Canada Moot
will be deemed to have fulfilled both requirements.   Grading
would be on a pass/fail system.
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the recommendation of the Faculty of
Dean McClean   ) Law concerning the moot court program
revision be approved.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
School  of Nursing    (See Appendix)
Dr. Hardwick ) That a new course and course changes
Dr. Cavers       ) recommended by the School of Nursing be
approved.
Carried 6312.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate   (continued)
Committee on Continuing  Education
Dr. MacDougall presented the report.    It was stated in the report that
when Senate established the committee it did not set out the terms of
reference.   The committee therefore recommended that the following terms
of reference be adopted :-
1. To keep under review the policies and programs of the University
with respect to all its continuing education activities  (including
those of the Centre for Continuing Education) and to make
recommendations to the Senate, as appropriate, in this connection.
2. To receive the annual report of the Centre for Continuing Education
and to convey it to the Senate, along with the committee's comments
3. To undertake other tasks which may from time to time be referred
to it by the President or the Senate.
Dr. MacDougall    )       That the recommended terms of reference
Dean Andrews      )       be approved.
An opinion was expressed that the terms of reference did not make
provision for the committee to take initiative.
In amendment:
Dr. Dennison  ) That item 1 be amended to read:-   "To
Mr. Trevino    ) formulate and review both the policies
and programs of the University . . . ".
It was felt that there was insufficient time for discussion of the motion
and the amendment. 6313.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Continuing  Education    (continued)
Dr. Pearse     ) That the report be tabled.
Dr. Lusztig   )
Carried
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act
Dean McClean presented the report which contained the following
recommendations concerning student representatives to serve on Senate:-
1.     Representatives of the  individual  faculties:
That the call for nominations for the election of one student from each
of the Faculties be placed in The Ubyssey; that a copy of the advertisement
be sent to the President (s) of each Faculty's Student Association (s);
that each nomination be supported by the signatures of three full-time
students from the faculty in which the candidate is registered;    that
voting be by ballot box, one for each constituency:
Agricultural Sciences - MacMillan Building
Applied Science - Civil Engineering
Arts - Buchanan Building
Commerce & Business Admin.      - Angus Building
Dentistry - Macdonald Building
Education - Scarfe Building
Forestry - MacMillan Building
Graduate Studies - Graduate Student Centre
Law - Law Building
Medicine - Woodward Library
Pharmaceutical Sciences - Cunningham Building
Science - Sedgewick Library
Election schedule
Call for nominations -  Friday, January 24,  1975
Closing date for nominations        -  Friday, February 7,  1975
Election date -  Tuesday, March 11,  1975 6314.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Reports  of Committees of Senate
Committee on the  Implementation of the Universities Act   (continued)
2. Election of the  remaining  5 student representatives
That the remaining five students be elected by and from all the full-time
students;    that the call for nominations be placed in The Ubyssey;
that each nomination be supported by the signatures of three full-time
students;    that voting be by ballot box in the same locations as for the
student elections from the individual faculties  (except that an additional
polling station be placed in the Registrar's Office for full-time students
who do not belong to any particular faculty) and that students vote in
their own constituencies.
The following schedule is recommended:-
Call for nominations -      Thursday, February 6,  1975
Closing date for nominations   -      Thursday, February 27,  1975
Election date -       Thursday, March 27,   1975
3. That candidates limit their campaign spending to $75.
4. Nominees for the office of student senator from a particular Faculty
must be registered in that Faculty.   The tenure of office of a student
senator who represents a Faculty constituency, however, would not
be affected by a change from that Faculty to another.
5. It should be noted that under the terms of the new Universities Act
(1974) the old eligibility rules concerning student representation on
Senate are no longer valid.
Dean McClean    ) That the recommendations of the committee
Mrs. Field ) be approved.
Concern was expressed that some students in the Faculty of Education
would be out on practicum during the dates scheduled.   It was agreed that
the students would advise the Registrar if they required a change in the
election schedule.
The motion was put and carried. 6315.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
Report on  Registration   1974-75
The report on Registration for 1974-75 was circulated for information.
Total enrolment for the Winter Session was 22,035 compared to 20,100 in
1973-74.
Dr. Hardwick indicated to Senate for its attention that the post-graduate
medical students "residents" were noted in the enrolment figures this year
for the first time.
Other Business
Mr. Funt requested that the Acting Dean of Arts make avai lable: -
1. A copy of the English 100 Christmas examination;
2. a copy of Professor Quartermain's letter;
3. a breakdown of the number of students in each section; the
percentage in each section that failed the examination, and
whether the section was taught by a professor or a teaching
assistant;
4. whether a similar breakdown of examination results could be
provided according to the High School from which the student
graduates.
Mr. Funt agreed to a suggestion that he discuss this matter with
Acting Dean Will.
The meeting adjourned at 11.15 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
February 19,  1975.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6316.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
A   -   new courses or substantial changes
B   -   minor changes
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
B      Change APSC  270 -  change in title
Agricultural   Engineering
B      Changes AGEN 355 -  change from Spring to Fall term and
description change
AGEN 365 -  change from Fall to Spring term
Chemical   Engineering
B      Change ChML 458 -  change in description only
Civil   Engineering
A      Change CIVL   353 -  change in number to 453;
- delete from 3rd Year core and introduce as
elective in 4th Year
B CIVL   351  -  change in number to 251 and transfer to
Second Year
B CIVL   450 -  change in number to 351, change in
description and transfer to Third Year
B CIVL   470 -  split into two courses as follows:
CIVL 374 (1)   Transportation  Engineering   I
CIVL 470  (1)   Transportation  Engineering  II
B CIVL   453 -  change in number to 456 and change from Fall
to Spring term
A CIVL   490  -  change from elective to core course
B MATH 251   -  change in unit value from  (2) to (H)
Electrical  Engineering
B      Change ELEC   469 -  change in description
Geological  Engineering
A      Change GEOL 444 -  change in number and description;    now reads:
GEOL 452  (3)   Geotechnics 6317.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological   Engineering    (continued)
A      Change - Curriculum  Revisions: -
Second Year
Delete Physics 250 and replace with Geology 226
Third Year
Options I and III - Geology 226 transferred to Second Year
Geology 354 added as an alternative to Geology 314
Option II - Geology 226 transferred to Second Year
Geology 314 replaced by Geology 354
Geology 320 deleted
Geology 446 transferred from Fourth Year
Geophysics 320, 321 and 322 replace Geophysics 301
and 302
Mathematics 300 deleted
Electrical Engineering 261 added
Fourth Year
Option II - Delete Geology 446
Add Mathematics 300
Geophysics 420, 421 and 422 replace 402 and 415
Delete Electrical 366
Mineral 350 replaces Geology 448
Delete Mathematics 400
Add Geology 452
B      Change 359 number change to 358
Mechanical   Engineering
(3)   Power Generation System
change in course description only
course now given in Second term rather
than First term
course now given in First term rather
than Second term
change in description only
change in title and course description;    now
reads;
MECH 481   (3)   Aerodynamics of Aircraft
change in description only
A
New
MECH 471   (
A
Deletion
MECH 385
B
Changes
MECH 252  -
MECH 378  -
MECH 384 -
MECH 398 -
MECH 481   -
K
MECH 498 - 6318.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE    (continued)
Metallurgical  Engineering
A      Nev; METL 250 (2)   Metallurgical   Reactions
METL 252  (2)   Metallurgical   Engineering  Processes
A      Deletion METL 495
A      Change - Curriculum  Revisions: -
Second Year
Delete the following three optional subjects -
APSC 275, CHEM 253 and CHEM 257
APSC 270 to become new core course
Add METL 250 and 252
B      Changes METL 377 -  to be given in the Fall term instead of Spring
METL 382  -  change hours to concentrate course into
Fall term
METL 383  -   change in hours to concentrate course into
Spring term
METL 451   -   reduce hours to (0-5*-0;   0-5*-0)
METL 455 -  change in title only;    now reads:
METL 455 (H)   Design or Research  Project
METL 461  -  change in title and course description;
now reads:
METL 461   (1)    Nuclear Materials
METL 471   -  change in hours to:     (0-5*-0;   0-5*-0)
METL 474 -  change hours to (3-0-0;   0-0-0) and reduce
unit value to H units
Engineering  Physics
A - Curriculum  Revisions: -
Third Year
Add electives - ELEC 354 and 367 or MECH 364
Fourth Year
Option I - Add additional course ELEC 354 or 358
Option IV - Change to GEOP 321 and GEOP 420
Delete Option VII
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology  & Sociology
A      New SOCI    200  (3)    Introduction to Theories of Industrial
Society
310/311   (H-3)    Special  Studies  of Canada 6319.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course  and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY  OF ARTS
Anthropology  S Sociology    (continued)
A      New SOCI    410  (3)   Canadian Society
ANTH 476 (3)   The  Ethnography of Communication
(cross-listed with Sociology 476)
ANTH 495 (H-3)   Advanced Studies  in Anthropology
SOCI    495 (U-3)   Advanced Studies  in Sociology
A      Deletions        SOCI    320, 430, 441
Program Changes:
A ANTHROPOLOGY MAJOR - change in description to:
Second Year - ANTH 200
Third and  Fourth Years - 15 units in ANTH & SOCI including
ANTH 300;   400 or 450 or 460 or 470;    one course from ANTH
302-304, 401-409.    Other courses to be chosen in consultation
with a departmental advisor.
B ANTHROPOLOGY HONOURS - change in description to:
Second Year - ANTH 200 - no change in admissions
requirements
Third and  Fourth Years - a total of 18 units in ANTH S SOCI,
including ANTH 300;    ANTH 400 or 450 or 460 or 470;
ANTH 449;    and 1 course selected from ANTH 302-304,
401-409.   Other courses to be chosen in consultation with
an assigned advisor.   Courses outside the department may
be taken towards Honours credit with special permission.
B SOCIOLOGY MAJOR - change in description to:
Second Year - 3 units from Second Year SOCI courses.
Third  and  Fourth Years - 15 units including at least one of
SOCI 300, 361 or 366 and at least one of SOCI 350, 363 or 370,
normally taken in Third Year.
B SOCIOLOGY HONOURS - change in description to:
Second Year - 3 units from Second Year SOCI courses
Admission to Third Year - High Second Class average in
First and Second Years.    First Class standing in SOCI
and ANTH. 6320.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY  OF ARTS
Anthropology  S Sociology
Program Changes:
B SOCIOLOGY HONOURS    (continued)
Admission or Continuation to Fourth Year - High Second
Class average in the first 3 years and 2 First Class marks
in the major discipline.
Third and  Fourth Years - 18 units including at least one
of SOCI 300, 361 or 366, and at least one of SOCI 350, 363
or 370, normally taken in Third Year and SOCI 449.
(other courses same restrictions as ANTH Honours)
B      Changes SOCI    420 -  change in description and number;    now reads:
SOCI 301   (3)    Sociology  of Modernization
ANTH 335 - change in description only
SOCI    366 - change in description only
SOCI   410 - change in number and description;    now reads:
SOCI 411  (3)   Applied Sociology
SOCI    470 -  change in number, title and description;    now
reads:
SOCI 476 (3)   The  Ethnography of Communication
ANTH 449 -  change in units and hours;    now reads:
ANTH 449  (3-6)    Honours Tutorial
SOCI    449 -  change in units and hours;    now reads:
SOCI 449  (3-6)    Honours Tutorial
SOCI    471   -  change in title and number;    now reads:
SOCI 368 (3)    Deviance and Social  Control
B      Changes - changes in number only:    416-316;    451-350;    468-370
Archaeological  Studies
Opportunities in the field of Archaeology have increased with the
establishment of the new Museum of Anthropology and programs may be
developed in a number of fields.    Following is a comprehensive list of
courses now available for the development of such programs:
ANTH 203,  300,  305,, 306,  320,  325,  410,  420,
431,  433,  449,, 460,  515,  520
BIOL   101 or 102
BOTA 210,  310,  311,, 440
CLST  330,  429,  430, 431 6321.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Archaeological  Studies    (continued)
FINA   251, 261
GEOG  101, 315,  318,  324,  370,  372
GEOL  105, 107,  403
RELG  300
ZOOL 203, 205
Asian Studies
A      New JAPN   310 (3)   Accelerated Japanese
A      Changes ASIA   325 - change in title and description,    now reads:
ASIA 325 (3)    History of Chinese Thought
ASIA   340 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
ASIA 340  (3)    History  of Indian  Civilization
Classics
A      New CLST 305 (3)   Classical  Myth  and  Religion
Basic Composition Workshop
A      New Basic  English  Composition Workshop    (0)
Course
Study of English sentence structure, usage convention of
standard written English, and the basic principles of
expository writing.    Essays and exercises are required.
(0-2;   0-2)
(This course must be taken in addition  to  English   100 or
Arts   1, or their equivalents if taken elsewhere, by those
students whose tested competence in writing does not meet
the minimum requirements)
English Composition Requirement
To qualify for the degrees of B.A. , B.F.A.,  B.H.E.,  B.Mus.
or B.S.W., all students must satisfy the Faculty of Arts
English Composition Requirement.
To do this, the student must:
1. satisfactorily complete English 100 or Arts 1 and
2. pass the Diagnostic Composition Test.   This test must
be taken by all students entering the Faculty for the first
time, whether or not they have completed an equivalent
to English  100 elsewhere.   Those students who fail the
Diagnostic Composition Test will be required to complete
satisfactorily the Basic English Composition Workshop. 6322.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS   (continued)
Economics
A      New
B      Changes
ECON 488   (li)   The  Economics of Central  Planning
- addition of prerequisite ECON 100 or 309 to the
following courses:
ECON 301,  302,  312,  319,  327,  334,  336,  343,  345,
355,  360,  371,  374,  384,  388.
B      Changes
ECON 306
307
325
326
350
354
361
365
A      Changes
B      Changes
370
420
429
440
450
460
461
465
466
475
- change
- change
- change
- change
ECON 326
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
ECON 370
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
- change
in description only
in description only
in description only
in title and description;    now reads:
di)   Methods of Empirical  Research
in Economics
in description only
in description only
in description only
in description only
in title and description;    now reads:
(H)    Benefit-Cost Analysis  and  the
Economics  of Project  Evaluation
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
in descript
on only
on only
on only
on only
on only
on only
on only
on only
on only
English
A      New
A      Changes
A     Deletion
ENGL 206   (3)   Major Plays and  Playwrights
335   (H-3)    Studies  in  Drama
385   (1i-3)   Studies  in  Eighteenth Century
Literary Genres
389 - change in units, title and description;  now reads:
ENGL 389 (H-3)   Studies   in  Eighteenth-Century
Thought and  Literature
ENGL  332 6323.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS    (continued)
Fine Arts
A      New Programs with  Emphasis on the Art of the Americas
Major includes: 9 units from 361-369;    461-469;
3 units from 329-355;    397;    429-455;   497,
3 other units
Honours includes:   9 units from 361-369;    461-469;
3 units from 329-355;    397;    429-455;    497;
475 and 499
3 other units
A      New FINA   253   (3)    History of Japanese Art
367   (H-3)   Architecture of Canada and  the  United
States
463   (1i~3)   Seminar on the Art of Central America
B      Changes FINA   331   -  change in unit value,  title and description;
now reads:
FINA 331   (3)    Early  Medieval  Art
FINA   251   -  change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 251   (3)    History of Chinese Art
FINA   351  -  change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 351   (1i-3)   Aspects of Chinese Art
FINA   353  -  change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 353  (H-3)   Aspects of Japanese Art
A      Change FINA   355 - change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 355 (H-3)   Art of India and  Southeast Asia
B      Changes FINA   347 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
FINA 347 (H-3)    19th  and  20th  Century Architecture
FINA   365 - change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 365 (H-3)   Art of Canada and the United States
FINA   431   - change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 431   (H-3)   Seminar  in  Early Medieval Art
A      Change FINA   455 -  change in unit value and title;    now reads:
FINA 455  (3)    Seminar  in  the Art of India  and
Southeast Asia
B      Change FINA   461   -  change in title only;    now reads:
FINA 461   (H-3)   Seminar  in the Art of South America
A      Deletion FINA   359, 459
A      Change in requirements for the Bachelor of Arts Degree:
Major and  Honours - under a) and b) delete 361-363, 461 6324.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS   (continued)
French
A      New FREN  320   (3)    French  for Reading  Knowledge
FREN  404   (3)   Seminar  in Advanced Composition  and
Translation
A      Deletions        FREN   403,  413
Geography
A      New GEOG 420   (H)    Historical  Geography:   Literature and  Method
GEOG 467   (H)   The Geography of Commercial   Energy
GEOG 493   (3)      Geography of Eastern  Europe
A      Change GEOG 437 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
GEOG 437 (H)   Political Geography of the City
A      Changes - change in requirements for Major:   Third  and  Fourth Years
6 units from List B
(at least H units from List A and B must be numbered
400 or above)
3 units from List C
- change in requirements for Honours:   Third and  Fourth Years
9 units from List B
(at least 3 units from List A and B must be numbered
400 or above)
3 units from List C
B      Changes GEOG 313 - change in description only
GEOG 360 - change in title and description;    now reads:
GEOG 360 (H)    Locational Analysis of Economic
Activity
GEOG 361   -  change in description only
GEOG 414 -  change in description only
German
B      Changes GERM 223 -  change in title only;    now reads:
GERM 223 (3)    Intermediate Oral   Practice  and
Composition
GERM 233 - change in title only;    now reads:
GERM 233 (3)   Intermediate Oral  Practice and
Composition 6325.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
German    (continued)
B      Changes
GERM 313 - change in title only;    now reads:
GERM 313 (3)   Intermediate Oral  Practice and
Composition
GERM 323 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
GERM 323 (3)   Advanced Oral  Practice and
Composition
GERM 333 -  change in title only;    now reads:
GERM 333 (3)   Advanced Oral  Practice and
Composition
GERM 403 -  change in unit value from 3 to (H-3)
GERM 404 - change in unit value from 3 to (H-3)
Hispanic and   Italian Studies
A      New
A      New
SPAN   311    (3)    Spanish  and   Latin  American   Literature
in  Translation
SPAN  335   (3)   Spanish  Literature from  its Origin to   1700
SPAN  349   (H) Seminar for Majors and Honours Students
SPAN  355   (3)   Spanish  Literature from  1700 to Present
SPAN  363   (3)   Introduction to Spanish American  Literature
Dario to the Present
SPAN  400   (3)   Advanced Studies  in Spanish  Language
and Style
SPAN  407   (li) Special Aspects of the Peninsular and
Latin American  Linguistic Areas
SPAN  427   (H) Selected Topics  in Medieval  Literature
SPAN  437   (H) The  Golden Age
SPAN  438   (H) Selected Authors of the Golden Age
SPAN   457   (H) Selected Topics  in  Spanish   Literature
from   1700 to the  Present
SPAN  458   (H) Selected Authors of the   19th and  20th
Centuries
SPAN  467   (H) Studies  in Spanish American  Literature
from the Conquest to the  Romantic Period
(offered in alternate years)
SPAN  468   (H) Studies  in Spanish American  Literature
from Modernism to the Present
(offered in alternate years) 6326.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Hispanic and  Italian Studies    (continued)
A      New SPAN  477  (H-3)   Selected Topics  in  Peninsular  History
SPAN   487  (H-3)    Selected  Topics  in   Latin  American  History
SPAN   489  (H)        Selected Topics  in   Luso-Brazi lian  History
A      Deletions        SPAN 301,  302,  304,  402,  403,  404,  405,  406
A      Changes Major  Revisions  in Calendar Description of Majors and
Honours  Programs
- change in Majors  Program;    following are the guidelines:
First and  Second Years Spanish 100,  200;   or 100,  200,  205;
or 105  (6 units),   or 110,  205;    or Portuguese 102,  202
Third  and  Fourth Years:    These undergraduate courses are
divided into five lists:
(A) Spanish and Portuguese language
(B) Spanish literature
(C) Spanish American, Portuguese and Brazilian literature
(D) Courses in history and history of culture
(E) Seminars, graduating essays and special courses
Minimum of 15 units including Majors seminar 349  (H);
the 15 units to be selected as follows:
(a) 3 units from List A (if the student has completed 200
and 205, 300 is excluded),
(b) 6 units from either List B or List C, including one
3-unit course and two H~unit courses, all dealing
with different periods;
(c) H units from whichever List (B or C) has not been
used above;    or H units from List A
(d) 3 units from List D;
(e) H units Majors and Honours Seminar; or H units
from List A
- change in Honours  Program;    following are the guidelines:
First and Second Years:    as for Majors
Third  and  Fourth Years:    Minimum of 24 units of work
including Honours Essay 449  (3-6 units);    the remaining
units to be selected as follows: 6327.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and  Curriculum   Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Hispanic and   Italian Studies
A      Changes Third And   Fourth Years  (continued)
(a) 4i to 6 units from List A (if the student has completed
200 and 205, 300 is excluded),
(b) 6 to 7i units from List B or List C with the same
provisos as for Majors
(c) 3 units from List D
(d) 3 units from whichever list (B or C) has not been
used above;    or H units from List A
(e) H units Majors and Honours Seminar or H units
from List A
SPAN   300 -  change in title only;    now reads:
SPAN 300 (3)   Spanish   Language
SPAN  408 -  change in title and number;    now reads:
SPAN 371   (3)    History of Spain  and  Portugal
B      Change PORT 301  -  change in number and title;    now reads:
PORT 492  (3)   Studies  in  Portuguese and  Brazilian
Literature
B
Changes
- change in
number
only:
SPAN  206 -
211
SPAN 400 - 403
223 -
205
409 - 381
320 -
305
415 - 436
420 - 444
PORT 100 -
102
200 -
202
History
A
New
HIST   316  (
3)    Euro
oean Social   History
HIST   317 (3)   Seminar  in  Methodology and Social  Thought
in  European  History
HIST   330 (3)   Medieval   India
HIST   337 (3)   Major  Issues  in American  History
HIST   439  (3)   Topics  in  Canadian  History
HIST   440 (3)   Seminar  in  Selected Topics  in  European
History
HIST   447  (3)   Seminar  in American  History 6328.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course  and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
History    (continued)
A      Changes HIST   410  -  change in title only;    now reads:
HIST 410 (3)    History of India since   1800
HIST   427 -  change in title only;    now reads.
HIST 427  (3)   The  United States  in the  20th Century
A      Deletion HIST   409
Home  Economics
A      Change HMEC 100  -  now a credit course;    reads as follows:
HMEC 100 (1)    Home  Economics Trends and
Perspectives
HMEC 205 - change in title and description,    now reads:
HMEC 205  (H)   Community  Nutrition
Medieval  Studies
A      Nev/ Medieval Studies 200  (3)    Introduction  to the Middle Ages
Phi losophy
B      Change PHYL 408  -  change in unit value from  (3) to (H-3)
A      Deletions        PHYL 453 and 463
Political  Science
A      Nev/ POLI    205  (H)   Vancouver  Politics
POLI    403 (H)   Canadian  Provincial  Politics
POLI    410 (H)   Social  Science and  Political Theory
A     Changes POLI    203 - change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 203  (li)    Introduction to  Political Analysis
POLI    300 -  change in description only
B      Change POLI    308 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 308 (3)    International  Organization
A      Change POLI    400 -  change in description only
B      Change POLI    408 -  change in description only
A      Changes POLI    409 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 409 (3)   Soviet Foreign  Policy 6329.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Political  Science    (continued)
A      Changes POLI    417 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 417 (H)   Topics   in World  Politics
POLI    306 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 306  (H)    Topics   in  Comparative  Politics
POLI    427 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
POLI 427  (3)    Ethnicity and  Politics
A      Deletion POLI    304
Psychology
B      Changes PSYC  304 -  change in description only
PSYC  413 -  change in description only
Religious  Studies
A      New RELG   314  (3) The  Origins  of Christianity
RELG  321   (3) Classics of the Christian Tradition
RELG  363  (3) Buddhist  Religious Culture
RELG  364 (3) The  Early  History of Buddhism
RELG  365 (3) Religions of China
RELG  470 (3) Concepts and Methods  in the Study
of Religion
RELG  461   (3) Reading and  Exegesis of Chinese
Buddhist Texts
RELG  462  (H) Topics   in  Buddhist Philosophy
RELG  479  (H-3)      Directed Studies
A      Changes - changes in requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
MAJOR -    First and  Second Years
3 units selected from RELG 100, 202 or 204
Third and  Fourth Years
RELG 370 to be taken in the Third Year plus 12
units to be selected from Religious Studies
courses numbered 300 and above. 6330.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course  and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY  OF ARTS
Religious  Studies    (continued)
A      Changes HONOURS - Admission
High Second Class standing in 6 units from RELG 100
(or 471) , 202 and 204.   Continuation in Fourth Year
Honours is conditional upon maintaining at least a
Second Class standing.
Third and  Fourth Years
A program will be devised for each student, consisting
of 18-30 units and including RELG 370 and RELG 499.
Depending on his program the student may be expected
to acquire a reading knowledge of either Sanskrit,
Chinese, Hebrew, Greek or Latin as well as a
reading knowledge of French or German.
B      Changes RELG   100 - change in title and description;    now reads:
RELG 100 (3)     Religions of the World
RELG  301 and 302 combined into:
RELG 303  (3)     The  Religious  Thoughts  of Ancient
Israel
RELG  341   -  change in description only
RELG   350 -  change in number, units, title and description;
now reads:
RELG 353  (3)     Foundation and  Development of the
Hindu Tradition
A     Change RELG  352 - change in number and unit value;    now reads:
RELG 354 (3)     Modern  Hinduism
B      Changes RELG  310 -  change in number to 414
RELG  311   -  change in number and title;    now reads:
RELG 415 (H)   The  Life and Thought of Paul
of Tarsus
A      Changes RELG  450 and 451 combined into:
RELG 452  (3)     Ways to  Liberation  in the Hindu
Tradition
RELG  360, 361 and 362 combined into:
RELG 460 (3)     Essence and  Development of
Mahayana  Buddhism
B      Changes RELG  412  -  change in number to 471
RELG  449 - change in number to 499
RELG  440 -  change in title only;    now reads:
RELG 440 (3)     The  Bible and the Qur'an
A      Deletions        RELG  301,  302,  310,  311,  324,  352,  360,  361,  362,  400,  410,
411,  450,  451,  463,  470 6331.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Elementary and  Secondary Courses
A      Nev/ EDUC 468  (H-3)      Introduction to the  Foundations of
Values Education
469 (H-3)      Introduction to Current Practices  in
Values Education
485 (H) Mathematics  History for Teachers
A      Nev/ Diploma  Program  in Values  Education
Minimum of 15 units - of which at least 9 units must be
from Group A and normally not more than 6 units at the
500-level.
A. Theory, Practice and Methodology of Values
Education  (minimum of 9 units at least 4i units
of which must be from Group A])
Group Ai - EDUC 468,  469
Group A2 - PHIL 30,  EDUC 440,  EDUC 449
B. Field/Laboratory/Practicum Component (minimum
of 3 units)  EDUC 598,  561
C Elective Component (minimum of 3 units)
B      Change EDUC 479 - deletion of prerequisites
Foreign   Language
B      Change Russian Concentration - now to read:
First and Second Years:    Russian 110 and 210 or 100 and
200.   Students who select the Russian 100 and 200 sequence
should be prepared to take subsequently Russian 315 (H)
and 415 (H)
Senior Years:    Russian 310;    Russian 410;    a course in
modern Russian literature.    Recommended:    Russian 303
and an additional course in Russian literature.   This
concentration cannot be completed entirely by Summer or
Extra Session. 6332.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and  Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION    (continued)
Special  Education
B      Change - Diploma  in  Education of Children with   Learning and
Behaviour Disorders
- program now to consist of a minimum of 12 units from:
EDUC   403,  417,  418,  420,  421,  424,  429,  431,  436,
437,  472,  477,  509,  513,  561,  568.
Elementary and Secondary  Divisions
A      Change Calendar change re "Student Teaching"
Secondary  Division
B      Changes EDUC  198  -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 198 (0)   Secondary  Program   (Regular Seminar)
EDUC 298 - change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 298 (0)   Secondary  Program   (Regular and
Transfer)   Seminar and Student
Teaching
EDUC 398 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 398 (0)    Secondary  Program   (Industrial
Education)   Seminar and Student
Teaching
EDUC 498 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 498 (0)    Secondary  Program   (Regular and
Transfer)   Seminar and  Student
Teaching
EDUC 499  -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 499  (0)   Secondary  Program   (Regular and
One-Year Graduate Transfer)
Seminar and Student Teaching
Elementary  Division
B      Changes EDUC 197 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 197  (0)    Elementary  Program  Seminar
EDUC 297 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 297  (0)    Elementary  Program Seminar and
Student Teaching 6333.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division    (continued)
B      Changes EDUC 397  -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 397  (0)    Elementary  Program   (Regular and
Transfer)   Seminar and Student
Teaching
EDUC 497 - change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 497  (0)   Elementary  Program   (Regular)
Seminar and Student Teaching
EDUC 497 -  change in title and description;    now reads:
EDUC 497  (0)    Elementary  Program   (One-Year
Graduate Transfer)   Seminar and
Student Teaching
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Agricultural  Economics
A      Change AGEC 501   - divided into two H unit courses:
AGEC 501   (H) Agricultural   Price Analysis
AGEC 502 (H) Agricultural  Market Institutions
Computer  Science
A     Change CPSC  509 - change in title and description;    now reads:
CPSC 509 (H) Programming  Language Principles
A      New CPSC  511   (H)  Implementation of Program   Languages
A      Change CPSC  529 - change in title and description;    now reads:
CPSC 529  (H) Definition of Programming   Languages
A      New CPSC  539   (1-3) Topics   in  Programming   Languages
CPSC  512  (H)     LJSP-based  Symbolic Computation
B      Change CPSC  508  -  change in title and description;    now reads:
CPSC 508  (H)  Operating  Systems
CPSC  538 -  change in description
Creative Writing
A      Change CRWR 547 -  change in description and units;    now reads:
CRWR 547  (3)    Directed  Reading
English
A      Changes change in unit value from  (3) to H-3)
ENGL 501,  503,  504,  505,  506,  507,  508,  510,
511,  512,  515,  519,  520,  525,  530,  535,  539,
540,  541,  545,  546 6334.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE  STUDIES
English    (continued)
A      Change Change in unit value from  (1) to (H)
ENGL 500
French
A      Nev/ FREN   522   (H"3)   Studies  in  French and Comparative
Stylistics
Geography
A      Change GEOG 504 -  change in title and units;    now reads:
GEOG 504 (H-3)   Geomorphological   Processes
CEOG 561   (H)    Regional   Hydrology
GEOG 562  (H)    Directed  Studies  in  Physical  Geography
GEOG 505 - change in title and description;    now reads:
GEOG 505 (H)   Atmospheric Environments
GEOG 560 -  change in title, description and units;    now reads:
GEOG 560  (H)    Watershed  Geomorphology
GEOG  572  -  change in title;    now reads:
GEOG 572  (H-3)    Spatial   Interaction  and  Transportation
Geological  Sciences
A     New GEOL 528   (H)   Exploration Geochemistry
A     Change GEOL 543 - change in number and units;    now reads:
GEOL 540 (1)   Advanced Mineralogy
B      Change GEOL 521   -  change in description
GEOL 562  -  change in description
B      Changes GEOL 519 - GEOL 506 (3)    Seminar  in  Sedimentology
in GEOL 533 -  GEOL 530 (H)   X-ray  Mineralogy
Number GEOL 514 -  GEOL 536 (3)    Problems of Stratigraphy
GEOL 555 -  GEOL 553  (1)   Advanced  Igneous  Petrology
GEOL 565 - GEOL 563  (1)   Advanced  Metamorphic Petrology
GEOL 575 -  GEOL 573 (2)   Geological   Phase  Equilibrium
GEOL 585 - GEOL 583 (2)    Equilibrium  in  Mineral  Systems
GEOL 546 -  GEOL 595 (1-3) Directed  Studies  in Geology
Health  Care and  Epidemiology
A      New HCEP  511   (H)   Systems  Modelling   in  Health Care
A
Nev/
A
Nev/
B
Change
A
Change
B
Change 6335.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course  and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Microbiology
A     Change MICB   506 -  change in units;    now reads:
MICB 506 (1-3)   Microbiological  Research  Procedures
Plant Science
B      Change
B      Change
PLNT  500 - change in title and description;    now reads:
PLNT 500 (1-3)   Special Advanced  Courses
PLNT  532  -  change in title and description;    now reads:
PLNT 532  (H)   Vectors of Plant Pathogens
PLNT 536 - change in units and description;    now reads:
PLNT 536 (H)    Plant Virology
Psychology
Proposed Clinical Course Changes
The following courses as currently presented will be deleted:
PSYC 530,  540,  541,  542,  543
The subject material previously presented in these courses has been more
rationally reorganized into a series of new  (1) or (H)  unit courses, with
titles which more accurately reflect what is presently being offered.   One-
term courses will be more convenient and flexible and permit the student to
accept clinical internships during one term of the academic year.   The
courses are as follows:
B Change
A Nev/
B Change
A Nev/
A Nev/
PSYC 530
PSYC 532
PSYC 533
PSYC 542
PSYC 543
PSYC 560
PSYC 534
PSYC 535
PSYC 536
PSYC 540
PSYC 561
PSYC 562
PSYC 563
PSYC 570
PSYC  572
H)   Assessment through  Interviewing Techniques
H)   Child Assessment
D
H)
H)
1)
Current Issues  in Clinical  Psychology
Behaviour Modification
Special Topics  in Therapy
Current Issues  in Community  Psychology
1-6) Clinical  Psychology Practicum
H) Psychopathology of the Adult
H) Psychopathology of the Child
H-3) Strategies of Psychological   Intervention
H) Community Psychology Programs
1 i) Special Topics  in Community  Psychology
H) Program  Evaluation
3) Environmental  Psychology
3) Field  Research  in  Environmental  Psychology 6336.
Wednesday, January 22,   1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Psychology    (continued)
Change PSYC  531 - change in title and units;    now reads:
PSYC 531  (H)    Behavioural Assessment
PSYC  516 - change in title;    now reads:
PSYC 516 (3)   Topics  in  Biopsychology
Religious Studies
A      New RELG  502   (3)   Topics  in Judaism
RELG   514   (3)   Topics   in  Islam
Soil Science
A      New SOIL   515   (1-3)   Topics  in Soil  Fertility
Architecture
B      Change ARCH 508 - change in description and units;    now reads:
ARCH 508 -  (H-3)    Programming  for  Building  Users
Asian  Studies
A      New ASIA   504  (H-3)   Studies  in Chinese  Palaeography
ASIA   509   (H-3)   Chinese Popular Thought and  Religion
(N.B.   Asian Studies 509 was not approved)
Civil  Engineering
A      New CIVL   549   (H)    Design  and Analysis of Pipe  Lines
A      Deletion CIVL   548   (1)     Governing of Hydraulic Turbines
B      Changes CIVL   567 - change in number;    now reads:
CIVL 566 (1)   Water  Pollution Control   Engineering   I
CIVL   568 - change in number;    now reads:
CIVL 567 (1)   Water Pollution Control  Engineering  II 6337.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES    (continued)
Education
A      New EDUC 520   (H)    Educational  Policy  in  Historical  Perspective
B      Change EDUC 519 -  change in description only
A      New EDUC 534   (3)   Theory and  Research  in the Teaching of
Written Composition
B      Change EDUC 573 -  change in description
Forestry
A      New FRST  543   (1)   Selected Topics  in  Remote Sensing
B      Change FRST  532  -  change in description
Geography
A      New GEOG 507   (H)   Social  and  Behavioural  Geography
A      Deletion GEOG 503   (H)    Political  Geography
B      Changes GEOG 507 -  change in number and title;    now reads:
GEOG 503  (H)    Urban Geography  I
GEOG 571   - change in title;    now reads:
GEOG 571   (H-3)    Urban Geography   II
Geological  Sciences
A      New GEOL 552   (H)   Advanced Geotechnics
Law
A      Nev/ LAW     500   (2)   Graduate Seminar on Current  Legal   Problems
Mechanical  Engineering
B      Changes MECH 556 - change in number;    now reads:
MECH 456 (1)    Boundary   Lubrication
MECH 555 -  change in number;    now reads:
MECH 455 (1)    Hydrodynamic  Lubrication
MECH 591   -  change in number;    now reads:
MECH 482 (H)    Industrial Aerodynamics 6338.
Wednesday, January 22,  1975.
APPENDIX
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES    (continued)
Metallurgy
A      Nev/ METY 585   (1)   Topics  in  Fracture Mechanics
SCHOOL OF  NURSING
A      Nev/ NURS 225   (6)   The  Process of Nursing
A      Deletions        NURS  253,  281,  357,  366,  382,  384,  386

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