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 7459.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia for
the Session 1980-81 was held on Wednesday, January 21, 1981, at 8.00 p.m. in the Board
and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Dean G. S.
Beagrie, Acting Dean T. R. Bentley, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. E. V.
Bohn, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dr. J. Dahlie, Mrs. L.
Daniells, Dr. A. J. Elder, Mr. B. A. Elliott, Dr. R. G. Evans, Dean C. V. Finnegan,
Mr. J. J. Fitzpatrick, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dr. P. C. Gilmore, Dr. H. J.
Greenwood, Miss A. M. S. Hall, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Mr. J. H. Holm, Dr. F. R. C.
Johnstone, Dr. L. D. Jones, Dean W. D. Kitts, Mr. J. Kulich, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Dr. D. J.
MacDougall, Miss M. C. MacPherson, Dr. A. J. McClean, Mr. W. A. McKerlich, Dr. J. H.
McNeill, Miss A. J. Moonen, Mr. C. Niwinski, Dr. R. A. Nodwell, Dr. J. F. Richards,
Dr. S. O. Russell, Dr. M. Shaw, Dr. J. G. Silver, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dr. R. H. T. Smith,
Dr. G. J. Spitler, Ms. L. P. Stewart, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. R. S. Szeliski, Dr. 0.
Sziklai, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. L. Valg, Miss C. L. V. Warren,
Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Mr. R. S. Wilczek, Dean R. M. Will, Acting
Dean D.   LL. Williams, Dr. M. D. Willman, Mr. A. M. Wizinsky.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Regrets for their inability to attend were received from Mr. W. G. Burch, Ms. P.
Gouldstone, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. J. R. Ledsome, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A. Lusztig,
Ms. C. E. McAndrew, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Rev. J. P. Martin, Dean B. E. Riedel,
Dr. V. C. Runeckles, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mrs. J. C.
Wallace.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Miss Moonen ) That the minutes of the Fourth regular meeting of
Miss Hall       ) Senate   for   the   Session    1980-81,   having   been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7460.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Correspondence
The Chairman read to Senate a letter from Dr. Walter Barss, expressing thanks
and appreciation for the memorial minute prepared by Senate in memory of his late
father, Alden Forrest Barss.
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Will ) That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Dean Finnegan  ) be accepted subject to the approval  of the
Board of Governors and that letters of thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Education
The committee recommended approval of a proposal from the Faculty of
Education to delete the calendar statement concerning late registration and
transfers.
Dr. Smith )     That the calendar statement concerning late
Acting Dean Bentley  )    registration   and   transfers   be   deleted,   as
recommended by the Faculty of Education.
Carried
Faculty of Dentistry
The committee recommended approval of a proposal from the Faculty of
Dentistry to change the minimum average required for consideration of applicants
to the Diploma in Dental Hygiene Program from 60% to 65%. It was stated in the
proposal that for the past several years no applicant with an average below 70%
had been accepted into the program; the requirement of a minimum 60% average
was therefore misleading.
Dr. Smith ) That    the   minimum    average   required    for
Dean Beagrie ) consideration of applicants to the Diploma in
Dental   Hygiene   Program  be  changed  from
60% to 65%.
Carried
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
The committee recommended approval of the following additions to
Calendar statements on Admissions and Clinical Experience: 7461,
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981,
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
School of Rehabilitation Medicine  (continued)
Admissions
"Primary consideration  is given to well-qualified residents of British
Columbia."
Clinical Experience
"This clinical field work may be out of the Vancouver area and students
are responsible for any expenses involved."
Dr. Smith ) That    the   proposed   additions   to   Calendar
Dean Webber ) statements    on    Admissions    and    Clinical
Experience,  recommended by the School  of
Rehabilitation Medicine, be approved.
Carried
School of Nursing
The committee recommended approval of the following changes to admission
requirements and promotion regulations and the addition of criteria for honours
graduation standing:
Under Admission Requirements:
First year of the 4-year B.S.N, program
Proposed Policy (a):
Applicants from secondary schools in British Columbia must have
completed Chemistry II, Algebra II, Physics II, and Biology 12.
Students in British Columbia secondary schools who are planning to
enter the School of Nursing are strongly urged to include Chemistry 12
in their secondary school program. Chemistry 12 will be required for
admission by 1982-83.
General
Proposed Policy (a) to become (e):
The School reserves the right to readmit students and to stipulate
conditions attached to readmission. Readmission to the School may
necessitate repetition of nursing courses previously completed, if in
the judgment of faculty, curriculum changes and/or length of
interruption are sufficient to render the applicant inadequately
prepared for the subsequent year. Therefore, students are strongly
advised to notify the School of Nursing by February 1st of their
intentions to enrol in the clinical nursing course in order that suitable
time is available to complete the make-up work. Students may request
the option of demonstrating competence in the areas of change as an
alternative to completing a make-up experience. 7462.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
School of Nursing
Proposed Policy (a) to become (e):  (continued)
Where required preparation is unavailable due to cost or other factors,
applicants will be refused admission beyond first year level, but may
be considered for readmission to first year.
Where time normally permitted for completion of degree has lapsed,
candidate will be required to provide evidence to justify special
consideration.
Under the Program First Year
Proposed Policy:
Students are required to complete St. John's Ambulance Association
Safety Oriented First Aid course prior to the completion of first year
and the St. John's Ambulance Association Basic Life Support Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation course before entering second year.
Under Advancement and Supplemental Examinations
Proposed Policy:
On graduation, a student will be granted "Honours" standing if First
Class standing (a minimum of 80%) is achieved in all four years with no
failed courses.
Dr. Smith      )    That     the     proposed     changes     to     admission
Dr. Willman  )    requirements and promotion regulations and the
addition    of    criteria    for    honours    graduation
standing, recommended by the School of Nursing,
be approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Richards presented the report.
Faculties of Agricultural Sciences and Applied Science
The committee recommended approval of all items submitted by the Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences, subject to the following:
(i) That Commerce 261 be added to the list of highly recommended
Commerce courses in connection with the Management/Applied
Economics programs, and note that Commerce 151 is a
prerequisite to Commerce 271.
(ii) That the prerequisite statement for Animal Science 321 be
changed to read:  "Prerequisite:   Animal Science 322". 7463.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculties of Agricultural Sciences and Applied Science  (continued)
(iii) That the description of Soil Science 311 be changed to read:
"Microbial diversity; ecological significance of metabolic
diversity and structural adaptations. Interactions among
microbial populations; microbial interactions with plants,
animals.   The effects of microbial activities in nature."
The committee recommended approval of all items submitted by the Faculty
of Applied Science, subject to the following:
(i) That the description of Applied Science 120 be changed to read:
"Non-credit course designed to introduce students to
Engineering. Information on the Faculty, the Profession and the
particular skills and type of work conducted by practising
engineers in the different disciplines."
(ii) That approval of Applied Science 380 be withheld pending
consultation with the Department of Computer Science.
(iii) That approval of Bio-Resource Engineering 485 be withheld
pending further consultation.
(iv) That approval of Electrical Engineering 468 be withheld pending
consultation with the Department of Computer Science.
(v) That approval of proposed changes in the Honours Mathematics
Option be withheld pending consultation with the Faculty of
Science.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposals submitted by the Faculties
Dean Kitts     ) of Agricultural Sciences and Applied Science
be approved.
Carried
School of Architecture
The committee recommended approval of a proposal to change the Bachelor
of Architecture degree program to a Master of Architecture degree program,
together with proposed new courses and course changes, with the proviso that the
details of the 1982-83 proposals could be modified, and subject to the following:
(i) Under Course of Study, item 3, change first sentence to read:
"Students shall work out their courses of study after selecting
courses on the following basis ..."
(ii) Under Standing and Promotion, change second sentence to read:
"A student full or part-time must obtain ...", and delete last
paragraph, i.e. "A student ... one year." 7464.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School of Architecture  (continued)
(iii)    Under Architecture 590, last paragraph, delete:   "Passed 60% to
64%."
Dr. Richards ) That the proposal of the School of Architecture to
Dean Wedepohl ) change the Bachelor of Architecture degree
program to a Master of Architecture degree
program, together with proposals for new courses
and course changes, be approved with the proviso
that the details of the 1982-83 proposals can be
modified, and subject to the changes outlined
under items (i) (ii) and (iii).
It was stated in the material circulated that the School of Architecture
proposed to:
(a) Change the credential for the program, which is currently a
Bachelor of Architecture degree, to a Master of Architecture
degree which will then become the professional degree in
Architecture.
(b) Make the necessary changes in the program to meet the criteria
approved by Senate January 16, 1980 (page 7303 Minutes) for a
"post-Baccalaureate in a discipline or field in which a
baccalaureate is not offered".
(c) Make further changes and additions to the course offerings which
will strengthen the degree program, provide greater flexibility and
choice for the student, and increase the required credits for the
degree from 55 to 59.
(d) Phase out the current post-professional Master of Architecture
degree program when the above changes become effective, or
alternatively, change the credential and continue and/or modify
that program. A proposal in this regard will be brought to Senate
in November, 1981.
(e) Develop a new 2-year post-professional Master's degree program.
Dr. Richards stated that the argument given in support of the proposal to
change the credential from a Bachelor of Architecture to a Master of
Architecture was that the program was post-baccalaureate and of an advanced
nature with regard to the subject matter and further, that as far as the guidelines
adopted by Senate for such programs were concerned it was perhaps less
anomalous for the program to be carrying a Master's designation. 7465.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School of Architecture (continued)
Dr. Richards also noted that students would be required to take a set of
stipulated courses totalling essentially 47 of the 59 units required for the degree.
He pointed out that within the 47 unit package there was some flexibility in that
students would select courses from each of five groups outlined in the proposal.
Students would also be required to complete 22fe units of design tutorials.
In discussing the proposals the committee had been unanimous in suggesting
that there be clear guidelines with regard to what proportion of the program
should be stipulated as required and had therefore recommended the modification
outlined in item (i) that students shall work out their courses of study ..., rather
than "Students should ..." as stated in the proposal.
Dr. Richards explained that if the proposal to change the Bachelor of
Architecture to a Master of Architecture were approved, the existing Master of
Architecture would have to be deleted and the School would then develop a new
two-year post-professional Master's degree program which would obviously need a
new credential. Although such a proposal had not yet been put through the School,
the committee were concerned that when the program was developed there could
be some problem in relation to course numbers included in the 1982/83 proposals
which might be more suitably used for the Master's degree program to be
developed. The committee had therefore included in the recommendation for
approval the proviso that the details of the 1982/83 proposals can be modified.
With regard to the modification outlined in item (iii) it was explained that
since there was a requirement in the program that students must maintain a
second-class average it was not possible to graduate with a pass standing and
therefore the words:  "Passed 60% to 64%" should be deleted.
In reply to a query concerning the modification outlined in item (i),
Dr. Richards confirmed that if the School of Architecture did not ratify the
proposed change which would make the courses of study mandatory, approval of
the proposal would be nullified and returned to the School for reconsideration.
After further discussion, the motion was put and carried. 7466.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Arts - Economics proposals
The committee recommended approval of new courses and course changes in
Economics which had been withheld at the December meeting of Senate pending
further consultation between the Department of Economics and the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration.
Dr. Richards ) That new courses and course change in Economics,
Dean Will       ) recommended    by    the    Faculty    of    Arts,    be
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts - Proposed Major in Music Theory
The committee recommended approval of a proposed Major in Music Theory
subject to the inclusion of Physics 341 as a required course.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer a
Dean Will       ) Major in Music Theory be approved.
Objections were raised to the requirement that a second-class average be
maintained in the Third and Fourth Years of the program since no other Major
program in the Faculty of Arts had such a requirement.
In amendment:
Dr. Elder ) That the requirement of a second-class average in
Mrs. Daniells  ) each of  the Third and Fourth years be  deleted
from the proposal.
It was argued that the program could not be compared to other degree
programs in the Faculty since this was more of a professional degree program and
was therefore comparable to many degrees outside the Faculty where such a
provision does exist.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Arts - proposed Master in Journalism Program
Dr. Richards ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer a
Dean Will       ) Master in Journalism program be approved. 7467.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts - proposed Master in Journalism Program  (continued)
Dr. Richards explained that the proposal did not contain all the details of
the program at this stage since the personnel required to develop the details could
not be appointed until the Faculty received funding. It was intended that the
program would fit into the category of post-baccalaureate professional Master's
degrees, in accordance with criteria set out by Senate, and even though all the
requirements had not been included in the proposal the committee understood that
those requirements would be met.
After a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Faculties of Commerce and Business Administration,  Dentistry, Education and
Forestry
The committee recommended approval of a new course and course changes
submitted by the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, subject to
the following:
(i) Commerce 456 - delete from the prerequisite statement the
words "for undergraduates" and "for graduate students".
(ii) Commerce 320 - change the description to read: "An analysis of
organizational structures and intra-organizational processes;
effects of organizational factors on individual behaviour."
The committee recommended approval of a course change submitted by the
Faculty of Dentistry; curriculum changes and a proposed English Composition
Requirement submitted by the Faculty of Education, and course changes
submitted by the Faculty of Forestry. Approval of a proposed new course,
Forestry 374, was withheld pending the development of other new courses and a
new program in timber engineering.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposals of the Faculties of Commerce
Dr. Sziklai     ) and Business Administration, Dentistry, Education
and Forestry, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies - new courses
The committee recommended approval of proposed new courses with the
exception of Civil Engineering 517 and 518 which were being withheld pending the
development of other new courses and a new program in timber engineering. 7468.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies - new courses  (continued)
Dr. Richards )   That    new    courses    recommended    by    the
Acting Dean Williams  )   Faculty    of    Graduate    Studies,    with    the
exception of Civil  Engineering 517 and 518,
be approved.
Carried
The committee recommended that Psychology 550, 551, 552, 553, 554 and
555 not be approved on the grounds that these courses failed to satisfy three of
the criteria established by Senate for statistics courses, namely:
No introductory or basic statistics courses should normally be offered
above the 300 level.
All new statistics course proposals should require justification on the
grounds that the different or specialized statistical techniques which
must be emphasized are not currently available in an existing course
format.
All introductory statistics courses (existing or proposed) which are
offered in disciplinary contexts should have stated prerequisites within
the discipline.
Dr. Richards  ) That Psychology 550, 551, 552, 553, 554 and 555,
Mr. Niwinski  ) not be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies - course changes
The committee recommended approval of proposed course changes with the
exception of the following:
Civil Engineering 516 - approval of this course is being withheld
pending the development of other new courses and a new program in
timber engineering.
Psychology 545 - the committee recommends that this course not be
deleted since the new courses which were to replace 545 have not been
approved.
Dr. Richards )   That the course changes recommended by the
Acting Dean Williams  )   Faculty    of    Graduate    Studies,    with    the
exception of changes to Civil Engineering 516
and Psychology 545, be approved.
Carried 7469.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Faculty of Graduate Studies - proposed Ed.D. Program in Curriculum Studies
Dr. Richards )    That the proposal of the Faculty of Graduate
Acting Dean Bentley  )     Studies    to    offer    an    Ed.D.    Program    in
Curriculum Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty  of  Graduate   Studies  -  proposed   Ph.D.   Program   in   Human   Learning,
Development and Instruction
Dr. Richards )     That the proposal of the Faculty of Graduate
Acting Dean Bentley  )     Studies to offer a Ph.D. Program in Human
Learning,   Development   and   Instruction,   be
approved.
It was agreed, as recommended by the committee, that the words "is deemed
desirable" be added to item (c) under "Admissions" which would then read:
(c) Teacher education and/or adequate experience as a teacher or
instructor in an educationally relevant position is deemed
desirable ..."
It was noted that this would be the first Ph.D. program in Education.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty  of  Medicine,  School   of  Nursing,  Faculty  of Pharmaceutical  Sciences,
School of Physical Education and Recreation, School of Rehabilitation Medicine
The committee recommended approval of a new course and course changes
submitted by the Faculty of Medicine; course changes and an English Composition
requirement submitted by the School of Nursing; course changes submitted by the
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences; new courses, changes to calendar
statements, and proposed changes and new courses in connection with the B.R.E.
program submitted by the School of Physical Education and Recreation; and new
courses and course deletions submitted by the School of Rehabilitation Medicine.
The following minor changes to the proposals from the School of Nursing and the
School of Physical Education and Recreation were noted:
Nursing 301 - change description to read: "Study and application of
concepts, and skills and processes basic to the practice of nursing. Emphasis
is on the care of families with newborn infants and young children."
Physical Education 382 - change title to "Meaning and Values in Sport" and
change the description to read: "An analysis of the experience of sports
activities." 7470.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine, School of Nursing, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
School of Physical Education and Recreation, School of Rehabilitation Medicine
(continued)
B.R.E. program - change the second sentence in the first paragraph of the
Calendar entry to read: "Completion of this program does not satisfy the
requirements for admission to the post-graduate one year program
(Secondary) of the Faculty of Education."
Change note after * to read: *Psychology 206 may be substituted for
Psychology 100 in the Second Year.
Under heading Therapeutic Recreation change course numbers of
Recreation 465, 466 and 467 to 365, 366 and 367, respectively.
Recreation 301 - add the word "and" before Sociology 200 in the prerequisite
statement.
Recreation 367 - change description to read: "The philosophies, principles
and practices associated with the provision of leisure services for the aged."
Dr. Richards   )
Dean Webber  )
That the proposals of the Faculty of
Medicine, School of Nursing, Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Physical
Education and Recreation, and the School of
Rehabilitation Medicine, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science
The committee recommended approval of new courses, course and program
changes submitted by the Faculty of Science, subject to the following:
That the following new non-credit course be introduced instead of moving
the field school from Geology 305 to 435:
Geology 235 (0) Field Techniques Introduction to the techniques of
geological field mapping and use of related instruments.
Three days during the spring term, scheduled on
fair-weather weekends. Prerequisite for Geology 435
Field Geology.  (0-0-0; 3 days)
Geology 435, change to read:  "Add prerequisite Geology 235".
Geophysics 210, include in the description after the words "A study ...", "...
including theories of their origin and evolution ...".
Oceanography 316, change prerequisite statement to read:    "Co-requisites
Biology 300, 321, 322 or permission of Head of Department".
Oceanography 406, delete from description the words:   "A practical course
Oceanography 412, delete from description the sentence:   "Current work in
the field will be stressed." 7471.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Science  (continued)
Physics 305, change description to read: "An introduction for physicists
(assumed to have no background in biology) to the basics of molecular
biology, followed by selected examples where insights from physics and
mathematics have helped solve important biological problems. Intended for
students in a Physics Honours program. Not for credit for students in the
life sciences.  (3-0-0; 0-0-0)".
Zoology 316, this is the same course as Oceanography 316. The prerequisite
statement should therefore be changed to read as that for Oceanography 316
outlined above.
Dr. Richards      )       That the proposals of the Faculty of Science
Dean Finnegan  )       be approved.
Carried
Introductory courses in probability and statistics
In accordance with recommendation 7 of the report of the ad hoc
Committee on Statistics, a list of introductory courses in probability and statistics
for inclusion in the Calendar, together with a qualifying statement, had been
provided by the Subcommittee on Statistics.
Dr. Richards ) That    the    list   of   introductory   courses   in
Dr. Nodwell  ) probability and statistics, together with the
qualifying statement, be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Ad hoc Committee on Replacement of Degree Diplomas
Dr. Stager presented the report. It was explained in the material circulated
that it had been the practice to replace a degree diploma in cases where the
diploma had been lost or destroyed. In such cases the diploma had been replaced
using the same name of the graduate that appeared on the original diploma. All
other requests for a replacement diploma with a change of name have been denied
on the basis that the name on the diploma should remain the same as the name
approved by Senate. 7472.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Ad hoc Committee on Replacement of Degree Diplomas  (continued)
lt was noted, however, that in recent years there had been an increasing
number of graduates requesting that a diploma be re-issued in a name other than
that approved by Senate, for reasons such as marriage, divorce or other change of
name. It was felt that since all matters relating to the awarding of degrees are
matters governed by Senate, there was a need to have a definite Senate policy on
this matter. The Nominating Committee had therefore been requested to
recommend membership for an ad hoc committee to recommend to Senate policy
concerning the changing of names on degree diplomas.
The committee recommended the following membership:
Dean C. V. Finnegan
Dr. J. R. Ledsome
Ms. L. P. Stewart
Mrs. J. C. Wallace
Dr. Richards ) That   the   recommendations   of   the   Nominating
Miss Warren  ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Regulation re credit for courses passed in a failed year
Dr. Heaver ) That the proposal  of the Faculty of Commerce
Dr. Jones     ) and Business Administration that a student who is
readmitted after a failed year will receive credit
for those courses in the failed year  in which a
grade of at least 65% was obtained, be approved.
It was explained in the material circulated that the proposal would bring the
regulations of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration regarding
"Failed Year" more in line with the general University practice.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Education
Establishment of a Department of Administrative, Adult and Higher Education
Acting Dean Bentley )      That the proposal of the Faculty of Education
Dr. Dahlie )      to establish a Department of Administrative,
Adult and Higher Education, be approved. 7473.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Faculty of Education
Establishment   of   a   Department   of   Administrative,   Adult   and   Higher   Education
(continued)
It was noted that Senate, at its meeting of April 23, 1980, had approved the
formation of seven departments in the Faculty of Education. The recommendation
had included a temporary measure whereby a Division of Educational Administration,
Adult Education and Higher Education was formed, pending a decision by the
members of the Division as to the structure best suited to their needs. The members
had considered the matter at length and recommended approval of the proposal to
establish as a formal department the Department of Administrative, Adult and Higher
Education.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Medicine
Proposal to establish a Chair in the Department of Family Practice
Dean Webber ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Medicine to
Dr. Evans       ) establish the Mount Pleasant Legion Professorship
of Community Geriatrics be approved.
It was stated that the Mount Pleasant Branch of the Canadian Legion were to
provide operating and endowment funding for a program in community geriatrics in
the Department of Family Practice. The Faculty of Medicine recommended that part
of the funding be used to establish the proposed Chair.
The motion was put and carried.
The President's Report 1979-80
The President's Report for 1979-80 had been circulated for information.
Other business
Election of Faculty members to Senate
Queries were raised concerning the eligibility of Faculty members to run for
election while on leave-of-absence or on disability.
After some discussion it was suggested that an ad hoc committee be established to
look into those matters and similar such circumstances. 7474.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
Other business
Election of Faculty members to Senate (continued)
Dr. Elder )  That   an   ad   hoc   committee   be   established   to
Chancellor Clyne ) investigate and make recommendations
concerning the eligibility of members of Faculty,
as defined in the University Act, to stand for
election while on leave-of-absence, disability and
similar such circumstances.
It was stressed that this would not affect the elections currently underway.
The motion was put and carried.
The meeting adjourned at 10.10 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, February 18, 1981.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 7475.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate
Nancy Allan Memorial Scholarship - An annual scholarship in the amount of $1,000
has been established by family and friends of the late Nancy Allan in recognition
of her outstanding qualities as person, performer, and leader of youth. A gifted
singer from her early years, Nancy Allan became well known in Vancouver for her
talent in oratorio, light opera, and spirited interpretations of the songs of her
native Scotland. From 1961 to 1978, Mrs. Allan led the Dunbar Heights Girls
Ensemble. Believing that teenagers must be motivated and led rather than
directed, she used her magic blend of vibrant personality, musicianship, and
stagecraft to nurture both musical apprecation and personal development. The
scholarship will be awarded to the student entering penultimate or final year
Music Education who best combines musicianship with an ability to communicate
the spirit of music to others. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the faculty.
Ando Laboratories Prize - A prize of $500 will be awarded to the graduating
student in the Faculty of Dentistry who, in the opinion of the Faculty, has
demonstrated the most promise in patient care in the field of restorative
dentistry.
British Columbia Home Economics Association Scholarship II - A scholarship in the
amount of $250, donated by the British Columbia Home Economics Association
will be awarded to a student entering the fourth year of the Bachelor of Home
Economics program. The award will be made to a student who has high academic
standing in any one of the specialty areas. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the School of Home Economics.
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Vancouver Branch, District 6,
Memorial Scholarship - An annual memorial scholarship in the amount of $1,000 on
behalf of distinguished C.I.M. members (deceased) from the Vancouver B. C.
Branch, District 6, of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy is awarded
to a student entering the second year program of the Department of Mining and
Mineral Process Engineering. The recipient will be selected by the department on
the basis of high academic standing and interest in the mining industry.
Margaret Croucher Memorial Award - An award in the amount of approximately
$150 has been established by friends, family and colleagues of Margaret Croucher,
to recognize her personal qualities and her pioneering contribution to the field of
Rehabilitation in Home Care Services. The award will be made at the beginning
of the spring term, to a final year student who has shown a keen interest in all
aspects of Rehabilitation Medicine. In making the award, preference will be given
to a mature student deserving of financial assistance.
Stephen Dawson Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $300 has
been provided by his parents, in memory of Stephen James Dawson, B.A.Sc, 1967,
for academic endeavour such as was displayed by Stephen. In the face of much
adversity, he achieved high standards and his degree in Chemical Engineering.
The award will be made annually to a student entering the second year in this
course.
Ephram Arthur Day Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $500 per annum has been
made available by the Central Okanagan Foundation. The award will be made to a
student who normally resides in the Central Okanagan (Peachland to Oyama
inclusive) and who, on the basis of need and academic standing, requires financial
assistance in the pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture or Forestry. 7476.
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APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Department of Music, Keyboard Division, Scholarship - A scholarship in the
amount of approximately $200 will be awarded annually to the most outstanding
keyboard performance major entering the Department of Music. The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Department.
Department of Music Entrance Scholarships - Two scholarships in the amount of
approximately $300 and $150 will be awarded annually to students entering the
Department of Music. These awards will be made on the recommendation of the
Department.
Ian and Jonathan Gritten Memorial Bursary - A bursary has been established in
memory of Ian Earle Gritten, a student in the Faculty of Law at The University of
British Columbia, and his younger brother, Jonathan Richard Gritten, a student in
Penticton, B. C, who both died tragically in October 1980. Through this bursary
their family and friends pay tribute to the exceptional quality of their lives. The
award will be made annually to a law student who entered the Faculty of Law
after only three years of undergraduate study. Preference will be given to a
student who attended high school in British Columbia outside the Lower Mainland.
Frank Ramsey Medical Bursaries - Bursaries to a total of approximately $4,000
per annum have been made available by Frank Ramsey, to assist needy students in
the Faculty of Medicine.
Svadhyaya Sanskrit Prize - A prize in the amount of approximately $40 has been
made available by a grateful son in the memory of his father. The award will be
made on the recommendation of the Department of Asian Studies to a student
demonstrating exceptional promise in advanced Sanskrit. It may be withheld if no
suitable candidate is available.
University Women's Club of Vancouver, Margaret Redmond Scholarship - The
University Women's Club of Vancouver offers a scholarship to a mature woman
student, in either a full-time or part-time course proceeding to a degree, in any
year up to and including the Master's level.
Leslie F. S. Upton Memorial Scholarship - An annual scholarship of $200 will be
awarded as a memorial to Professor Leslie F. S. Upton. He left a lasting
impression about Canada's past on hundreds of undergraduates and contributed
significantly to the written history of North America while a member of the
History Department from 1964 to 1980. The award was made possible by
contributions from Professor Upton's colleagues and friends at U.B.C. and several
other universities, former students and family. It will be made to a history majors
student who has written the best essay in competitive examination organized and
adjudicated by the History Department before December 15. In addition to the
scholarship, the winner will receive a copy of a book written by Professor Upton. 7477.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Economics
Program change:
Proposed Calendar Entry
The Department offers opportunities for study leading to the Bachelor's and
Master's degrees. Students interested in the Ph.D. may register in the Faculty of
Graduate Studies through the Department of Economics where their program of
study and thesis will be supervised jointly by members of the Department of
Economics and the Department of Agricultural Economics.
The graduate in Agricultural Economics is expected to obtain a broad perspective
in technical knowledge to facilitate an understanding of agricultural opportunities.
More specifically, all graduates should be familiar with microeconomic and
macroeconomic theory, production aspects of primary agriculture, and be capable
of using quantitative tools of analysis.
Three areas of specialization are available at the Bachelor's level: (I) management,
(2) applied economics, and (3) rangeland resources. Students interested in
practical agriculture and careers in farm management, agribusiness, and
aquacultural management can take courses emphasizing management. Students
interested in more aggregate (global) aspects of agriculture as well as more
research—oriented students can take courses emphasizing applied economics.
Students can also specialize in interdisciplinary studies in rangeland resource
management.
Requirements for the B.Sc. (Agr.) Degree:
First Year
Economics 100 3
Agricultural Sciences 100 0
Agricultural Sciences 110 Ife
Biology 101 or 102 3
English 100 3
Mathematics 100 and 101 3
Chemistry 103 or I 10 or 120 _3_
I6fe
Management/Applied Economics
Second and Third Years
Agricultural Sciences Electives (Note I) 4fe
Agricultural Economics Core (Note 2) 4fe
Unrestricted Electives 3
Breadth Electives (Note 5) 3
Agricultural Economics 258 Ife
Agricultural Economics 260 (Note 6) Ife
Economics 301 & 302 (Note 7) 3
Economics 325 & 326 (Note 8) 3
Agricultural Economics 261 (Note 9) life
Quantitative Methods Elective (Note 10) Ife
Agricultural Sciences 300 I 7478.
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APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Economics
Program change:  (continued)
Management
Management Electives (Note 3) 4fe
Economics Electives (Note 4) Ife
Applied Economics
Economics Electives (Note 4) 4fe
Management Electives (Note 3) Ife
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Fourth Year
Agricultural Economics Core 3
Unrestricted Electives 4fe
Agricultural Sciences 410 Ife
Agricultural Economics 423 I
Agricultural Economics 425 3
Management
Management Electives 4fe
Applied Economics
Economics Electives 4fe
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Rangeland Resources
Second and Third Years
Physics 110 or 115 or 120 3
Animal Science 258 Ife
Soil Science 200 Ife
Plant Science 259 Ife
Biology 321 Ife
Forestry 125 Ife
Agricultural Economics 301 & 374 3
Plant Science 304 & 320 3
Unrestricted Electives Ife
Breadth Electives (Note 5) 3
Agricultural Economics 258 Ife
Agricultural Economics 260 (Note 6) Ife
Economics 301 & 302 (Note 7) 3
Economics 325 & 326 (Note 8) 3
Agricultural Economics 261 (Note 9) Ife
Quantitative Methods Elective (Note 10) Ife
Agricultural Sciences 300 I
34 7479.
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APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Economics
Program change:  (continued)
Rangeland Resources
Fourth Year
Economics 370 & 371 or 470 3
Animal Science 421 Ife
Plant Science 404 & 405 3
Unrestricted Electives 41fe
Agricultural Sciences 410 Ife
Agricultural Sciences 423 I
Agricultural Sciences 425 3
T7fe"
Notes:
1. This requirement may be met by a choice of courses offered within the
Faculty but outside the Department in which the student is specializing. The
choice normally will be made from the following list: Animal Science 258
(Ife), Food Science 258 (Ife), Food Science 259 (Ife), Plant Science 259 (Ife),
Poultry Science 258 (Ife), Soil Science 200 (Ife), Soil Science 214 (Ife), and
Plant Science 310 (Ife).
2. To be chosen from Agricultural Economics 301, 306, 340, 374, 400, 407, and
420. (Agricultural Economics 301 is highly recommended for both
Management and Economics options, Agricultural Economics 407 is highly
recommended for Economics option).
3. Eligible courses are: Agricultural Economics 301, 302, 310, 411, 415, 416;
courses from Faculty of Commerce (Commerce 151, 261, 271, and 331 highly
recommended, N.B. Commerce 151 is a prerequisite to Commerce 271);
courses from Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.
4. Any 300 or 400 level course in Agricultural Economics or Economics eligible.
5. Each student's total program must include a minimum of 3 units of breadth
electives chosen from the humanities, fine arts or social sciences
(Agricultural Economics majors also may choose courses in the natural
sciences) and approved by the Department Head.
6. Economics 320 may be substituted with Department Head approval.
7. Economics 306 and 307 may be substituted with Department Head approval.
8. Mathematics 305 and 306, Economics 327 and 329, Plant Science 321 and 322,
or Commerce 211 and 212, may be substituted with Department Head
approval.
9. Forestry 331, Mathematics 340 or Commerce 410 may be substituted with
Department Head approval.
10. To be chosen from the following: Economics 325, Economics 326, Economics
327, Economics 329, Mathematics 305, Mathematics 306, Mathematics 340,
Plant Science 321, Plant Science 322, Commerce 211, Commerce 212,
Commerce 291, Commerce 310, Commerce 410, Forestry 331, Computer
Science 101, Computer Science I 15. 7480.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Economics
Program change:  (continued)
Courses offered by other faculties:
Apart from courses in other faculties listed as requirements for the options in
Agricultural Economics, there are many others which could be chosen as electives.
The following departments offer courses directly complementary to programs of
study in Agricultural Economics: Anthropology, Commerce, Computer Science,
Economics, Education, Forestry, Geography, Mathematics, Political Science,
Psychology, Sociology.
Animal Science
Change
ANSC 321 - change in description
Food Science
Program change
Proposed Calendar Entry
Food Science is a discipline which emcompasses Food Chemistry, Physical
Bromatology, Food Process Science and Structural and Environmental
Bromatology, with respect to the manufacture, preservation, quality control and
development of food products.
Students at the undergraduate level can pursue a general program or an area(s) of
special interest through choice of elective courses. The minimum requirement of
the Bachelor's degree program in the Department of Food Science is outlined
below. Students wishing to specialize or concentrate on certain areas should
consult the Head of the Department.
The Department offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in the fields of Food Chemistry,
Food Microbiology, Structural Bromatology, Environmental Bromatology and Food
Process Science.
Requirements for the B.Sc. (Agr.) degree
First Year
Agricultural Sciences 100
Agricultural Sciences I 10
Biology 101 or 102
Chemistry 103 (110 or 120)
Mathematics 100 and 101
English 100
Economics 100
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APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Food Science
Program change
Requirements for the B.Sc. (Agr.) degree (continued)
Second Year
Agricultural Sciences Electives
Chemistry 230
Food Science 259
Physics I 10 (I 15 or 120)
Microbiology 200
Program Electives (Note I)
Third and Fourth Years
Agricultural Sciences 300
Agricultural Sciences 410
Agricultural Mechanics 300
Food Science 301
Food Science 302
Food Science 303
Food Science 308
Food Science 309
Food Science 423
Food Science 425
Food Science Electives (Note 2)
Microbiology 307
Plant Science 321 or equivalent
Nutrition Elective (Note 3)
Breadth Elective (Note 4)
Program Electives (Note I)
Unrestricted Electives (Note 5)
Notes:
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1. Program electives can be chosen from various Departments, Schools and
Faculties including: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Mechanics, Animal
Science, Applied Science, Biochemistry, Bio-Resource Engineering, Botany,
Chemistry, Commerce, Computer Science, Economics, English, Forestry,
Home Economics, Mathematics, Microbiology, Plant Science, Poultry Science,
Psychology and Zoology. A list of these is available from the Head of the
Department or from a Faculty Advisor. A course in biochemistry taken early
in the program is highly recommended.
2. Food Science electives are to be selected such that at least one course is
taken from each of:
(a) Food Science 401, 410, 412, 414 or
(b) Food Science 402, 416, 418. 7482.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Food Science
Program change
Notes:  (continued)
3. The nutrition elective is to be selected from Home Economics 203 or 303,
Poultry Science 322.
4. Each student's program must contain a minimum of 3 units of electives
chosen from the humanities, performing arts or social sciences and approved
by the Head of the Department.
5. The unrestricted electives may be chosen so as to provide additional breadth
of knowledge in agricultural sciences or other subjects, to provide additional
depth in the major field or to develop a secondary or minor interest area.
The choices are to be made in consultation with the Head of the Department.
Plant Science
New courses PLNT 315 (Ife) Herbaceous Plants in the Landscape
Changes PLNT 305, 316, 416 - change in title and description
PLNT 413 - change in description and prerequisite
Program change
Horticulture Option:
Required: Plant Science 316 (Ife), 41 I (Ife), 414 (Ife), 417 (Ife), 418 (Ife), 433
(life), Soil Science 315 (Ife). Recommended electives: Agricultural
Economics 416 (Ife), Plant Science 315 (Ife), 322 (Ife), 326 (Ife), 413 (Ife), 426
(Ife).
Ornamental Horticulture Option:
Required: Plant Science 315 (Ife), 316 (life), 414 (Ife), 418 (Ife), 433 (Ife), Soil
Science 315 (Ife), Landscape Architecture 100 (3). Recommended electives:
Agricultural Economics 416 (Ife), Plant Science 322 (Ife), 413 (Ife), 415 (Ife),
416 (Ife), 426 (Ife).
Soil Science
New courses SOIL 302 (Ife)  Air Photo and Soil Interpretation for Forestry
SOIL 442 (Ife)  Photo Interpretation Forest Lands
SOIL 443 (Ife)  Remote Sensing in Forestry and Agriculture
Change SOIL 31 I - change in description
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
New course APSC 120 (0)   Introduction to Engineering
Change Policy on courses passed now reads:
"In a failed year a student shall be granted
credit for all passed courses." 7483.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE (continued)
Bio-Resource Engineering
New courses BIOE 356 (Ife) Principles and Engineering Application of Plant
Physiology
BIOE 357 (Ife) Principle and Engineering Applications of
Animal Physiology
Changes BIOE 385 (I) - change in number, units and hours, now:
BIOE 285 (Ife)
Add to core program SOIL 413
Program change
Third Year Program - Reduction in number of Elective units from 6 to 4fe.
Calendar description to read:  "Plus 4lfe units Electives Selected ..."
Chemistry 253 (I)  Organic Chemistry - Delete from core program.
Microbiology 418 (life)  Industrial Microbiology - Delete from core program.
Chemical Engineering
Change CHML 470 (2) Pulp and Paper Technology - split into two
courses, now:
CHML 470 (I)  Chemical Pulping Technology, and
CHML 471 (I)   Mechanical Pulping and Papermaking
Technology
Metallurgical Engineering
Program change Delete APSC 251 from Second Year
Add ELEC 264 to Second Year
Changes METL 482 - change of schedule from second to first term
METL 484 - change in title, description, units (now I unit),
hours and prerequisites
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Change Bachelor of Architecture Degree Program to a Master of Architecture
Degree Program
Admission
The Admissions Committee of the School of Architecture requires that students
entering the program should demonstrate interest and potential in the broad field
of the creative arts and architecture.  Prior instruction and experience in the arts, 7484.
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APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Change Bachelor of Architecture Degree Program to a Master of Architecture
Degree Program
Admission  (continued)
crafts, or other design oriented activities, with emphasis on visual communication
in various media, is extremely valuable. Similarly the selection of university
courses covering a broad range of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social
Sciences on the one hand and the Physical and Applied Sciences on the other,
offers a desirable breadth and mix of academic experience. Irrespective of
specific degree requirements within various faculties or universities, the School of
Architecture considers it desirable that entering students possess both
Mathematics (including introductory calculus) and English (literature and
composition) at the level of first year university.
For students seeking general information and guidance in preparation for entry to
the School a paper entitled "Information for Prospective Students" is available on
request at the School office. Prospective students are encouraged to establish
contact with the School during their pre-architecture years by arranging for
interviews and counselling with faculty, by attendance at public presentations of
student work, and by informal contact with students and recent graduates and
participation in student-sponsored activities.
The academic requirements for admission to the School of Architecture are:
1. Completion of a baccalaureate degree at The University of British Columbia,
or at another recognized college or university, following a broadly based
program of studies in:
(a) the Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities, and/or,
(b) the Physical and Applied Sciences.
An average of not less than 65% or its equivalent is required in the courses
comprising the final two years of study leading to the degree.
2. Successful completion of at least three years of an approved program of study
with second class standing (65%) at a School of Architecture in Canada or at
a School of Architecture listed in one of the following accreditation lists of
recent date:
(a) Schools of Architecture recognized by the Commonwealth Association of
Architects (C.A.A.).
(b) Schools of Architecture recognized by the Royal Institute of British
Architects (R.I.B.A.) in the United Kingdom and in European Common
Market countries.
(c) Schools of Architecture listed by the National Architecture Accrediting
Board (N.A.A.B.) in the United States.
OR
Completion of an approved diploma course in Building Technology of at least
two years duration at the post secondary level, plus not less than three years
of study at the college or university level as outlined in (I.) above. 7485.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Admission  (continued)
Applicants not meeting the specific academic requirements given in (I.), (2.) or
(3.) above but who possess extensive experience in design-related activities, or
who consider that their background is of equal merit, may apply to the Registrar
for a review of their academic standing so that their application may be
considered by the Admissions Committee of the School. Applicants in this
category must specify this intention in their application and must demonstrate
that their experience and accomplishments relevant to architecture will
compensate for any deficiencies in their academic record.
Master's Degree Program (M.Arch.)
Instruction in the School of Architecture is offered through:
(a) an orientation WORKSHOP of two weeks duration given in mid-August to all
incoming students.
(b) regular I fe credit courses of one term duration in a variety of formats
including lectures, seminars, lecture-laboratory or problem sessions, directed
study, or workshop.
(c) I credit courses of one-week's duration, given twice each academic year,
(also open to unclassified students)
(d) DESIGN TUTORIALS of one-term duration in which building projects are
designed under the direction of full-time and part-time architects on the
faculty and visitors.
(e) Summer Design Tutorial of six weeks duration, 8 hours/day, individualized
design instruction for makeup or enrichment given during May and June.
(f) A STUDY ABROAD program, usually offered every second year in the spring
term, where faculty and selected students from the School travel to another
country and spend one term engaged on a design tutorial based on a local
situation there, and undertake directed studies related to that particular
architectural context.
The substantive knowledge areas of the field of architecture can be divided into
sub-groups, each of which suggests potential linkages to other fields of knowledge.
For convenient reference, the School has classified its courses into the following
four groups:
Group A. history and theory
Group B. building science and technology
Group C. socio-behavioural
Group D. implementation processes and skills
Through prerequisites, students will take introductory courses in each of these
groups, and then build more depth by choice of suitable electives.
To assist the student with the selection of courses to establish an adequately
balanced program building on his previous academic background and experience
and to fulfil his personal objectives, each student will be assigned to a faculty
advisor. Together they will develop and record a personalized course of study that
will be used at Registration as a basis for course approvals. 7486.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (continued)
Course of Study
I.     To meet the requirements for the M.Arch. degree the student must complete:
I       I credit orientation Workshop
17       Ife credit courses or equivalent
4 I credit courses (block scheduled)
5 4fe credit design tutorials
Graduation Projects:  Parts I & 2
Total credits
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22fe
6
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total of
59 credits
During his first term in the School the student will be required to develop a
course of study based on his previous academic and other experience in
consultation with and for approval of his advisor. This course of study will
remain on file and may be changed at a later date, but all changes must be
discussed and approved by the advisor.
Students shall work out their courses of study after selecting courses on the
following basis:
a)     from Group A.
b)     from Group B.
c)     from Group C.
one of 404 Architectural History
405 Architectural History
445 Current Theories of Architecture
plus one of     306 Site Planning
or  424 History of Urban Form
each of     426 Arch. Technology I
427 Arch. Technology 2
452 Arch. Sci. I
453 Arch. Sci. 2
416 Arch. Structures I
one of     407 Research Methods in Arch. Evaluation
409 Introduction to the Behavioural
Aspects of Design
and one of      408 Social Aspects of Arch. Space
470 Social Factors and Urban Form:
Workshop
471 The Behavioural Basis of Arch.
Meaning
472 Meaning and the Built Environment
473 Social and Behavioural Aspects of
Design Process
d)     from Group D.
423 The Process of Architecture 7487.
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APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Course of Study  (continued)
3. e)     Further courses elected from  Groups  A.  B. C. & D. to complete the
course requirements as set out in I. above. Where a student can
demonstrate that he has successfully completed a similar course at
another university to one of the courses in Group A. B. C. & D. on the
above list he may substitute another course from this approved list for
that course in this program. With the approval of his advisor, a student
may substitute courses given by other Departments of the University and
take them for credit toward these elective requirements up to a
maximum of 6 credits. Additionally, a student who elects to participate
in the Study Abroad program may substitute 461 Study of Architecture
Abroad, for elective courses totalling 41fe credits.
Further for aU students:
f) 402 Elements of Architecture, will be taken in the First term of First
year following 580 Introductory Workshop, and in conjunction with 581
Arch. Design I A. All new students entering this program will take these
three courses regardless of prior experience.
g) Design Tutorials 582, 583, 584, 585 will be taken in sequence following
successful completion of 581. Students may elect specific tutorial
sections from the list available each term. Additionally, students who
elect to participate in the Study Abroad program may substitute 586
Arch. Design Abroad for 583, 584, or 585. Students who have taken
equivalent design studio courses in a professional degree program in
Architecture at another university may, on the basis of their
performance in 581, petition for and be given credit for 582 and, in some
cases, 583 but will be required to complete 584, 585 and 590 in addition
to 581 in order to graduate from this program.
h) 589 Graduation Project Part I Report, will be taken in Third Year
followed by 590 Graduation Project, Part 2 which will normally be taken
in the next consecutive term.
4. The List of Courses is as follows:
GROUP A I fe credit courses
305 Architecture and Urbanization
306 Site Planning and Urban Space
402 Elements of Architecture
403 Elements of Architectural Planning
404 Architectural History
405 Architectural History
424 History of Urban Form
425 History of Urban Planning:  Workshop
442    Housing and Community
447 Urban Design:  Workshop
445 Current Theories of Architecture
502 Contemporary Issues in Architecture
503 History of Architectural Theory and Philosophy
504 Planning the Residential Environment
506 History of Theories of Architecture
51 I Housing and Community Planning APPENDIX 'B'
7488.
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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Course of Study  (continued)
GROUP B life credit courses
426 Arch. Technology I
427 Arch. Technology 2
531     Arch. Technology 3
416 Arch. Structures I
436    Arch. Structures 2
535 Arch. Structures 3
452 Arch. Science I
453 Arch. Science 2
533 Arch. Science 3
534 Energy & Building Design
521     Geometry of the Build Environment
417 Computer Applications in Arch. I
519    Computer Applications in Arch. 2
536 Morphology and Structure of Built Form
GROUP C
409 Introduction to the Behavioural Science in Architecture
408    Social Aspects of Architectural Space
470 Social Factors in Urban Form:   Workshop
471 The Behavioural Basis of Architectural Meaning
472 Meaning and the Built Environment
407    Research Methods in Architectural Evaluation
473 Social and Behavioural Aspects of Design Process
474 Introduction to Facilities Programming
GROUP D
410 Architectural Graphics
418 Systems Analysis
423    The Process of Architecture
450 Design Management
451 Architectural Practice
480    Project Planning:   Workshop
540    Building Programming
Note: Student should consult the School of Architecture Handbook for the list
of one-credit courses available in this session under the number and title
Arch 495 Special Topics in Architecture.
Standing and Promotion     (1982-83 Calendar statement - N.B. the course numbers
will require adjusting for 1981-82)
A minimum grade of 50% is reguired to pass a LECTURE COURSE or a DESIGN
TUTORIAL. A student, full or part-time, must obtain an average grade of not less
than 65% over each term's work. With the approval of the instructor a student
may be allowed to write a Supplemental Examination in a lecture course to raise
his grade or his average to an acceptable level. No Supplementary Examination is
allowed in a Design Tutorial, and a student who is required to repeat it or who
wishes to raise his grade or average may use the Summer Design Tutorial for this
purpose, or repeat the Design Tutorial in a subsequent term. The School may
direct that certain work will be necessary to prepare for the supplementary
examination or Design tutorial. 7489.
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APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Standing and Promotion  (continued)
Successful completion of Arch 581 is a mandatory requirement for entry into any
further tutorials. Failure requires that the student withdraw from the School for
a minimum period of 8 months but he will be permitted to re-register in the
subsequent Fall term.
After a review, in certain circumstances, a student who has failed Arch 581 may
be allowed to proceed to Arch 582 which then must be completed satisfactorily.
Failure of 582 in this case would require that the student withdraw from the
School. Failure of two consecutive Design tutorials would require that the student
withdraw from the School.
No student will be permitted to proceed to the following year if he has failed a
DESIGN TUTORIAL, or if he has passed his DESIGN TUTORIALS he cannot carry
a deficiency of more than one LECTURE COURSE into the next term. Entry into
the final year is conditional upon all previous work being completed.
A student who does not meet the above requirements may be required either to
repeat the work of the year or to withdraw from the School for a period of at
least a year in order to obtain practical experience in the field of architecture.
At no time will a student be allowed to repeat a year more than once.
Arch 589 M.Arch Graduation Project:   Part I   (I fe credits)
Project Report Preparation
Each student enrolled in Arch 589 will select a member of faculty from an
approved list to act as his mentor. This mentor must approve the topic and agree
on the approach the student proposes to take to the graduation project, and record
this approval and information on an approved form before the student may
register in this course. The student must complete the Project Report by a
specified deadline at the end of the term in which he is registered in the course.
Arch 590 M.Arch Graduation Project:  Part 2  (4fe credits)
No student will be permitted to proceed with Arch 590 until he has passed
Arch 589 and reduced his outstanding course requirements to 4fe units or less,
which may then be taken simultaneously with 590 in a final term. Each student
enrolled in Arch 590 shall have a Committee, the Chairman of which will normally
be the mentor from Part I, or a member of the faculty chosen from an approved
list by the student. The Chairman, in consultation with the student, will appoint 2
additional members to the Committee who may be from the School faculty or the
community at large. The student will proceed under the direction of the
Chairman who will call a minimum of three meetings of the Committee at
appropriate stages of the project to review progress. At the final meeting of the
Committee prior to the last day of classes in the term in which the project was
begun, the Committee will determine whether the project is complete and the
Chairman shall, in consultation with the Committee, assign a grade. 7490.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Arch 590 M.Arch Graduation Project:   Part 2  (continued)
A student who has achieved a passing grade will be required to make a public
presentation of his/her work at a date scheduled by the School, and to submit a
final report in duplicate by a specified deadline in order to complete the
requirements for the degree.
If a fail grade is assigned the student will be required to withdraw from the School
for a minimum period of 12 months. He may then register for Arch 590 and begin
again with a new topic, mentor and committee.
If the Committee decides that the graduation project is not complete the student
must re-register for the next consecutive term. The student must complete the
project by the end of that term. If he fails to do so a fail grade will be assigned
and the student will be required to withdraw and recommence as above.
At graduation, successful candidates will be graded as follows: First Class, an
average of 80% or over; Second Class, 65% to 79%. Honours standing will be
granted to a student who has obtained an overall average of 80% or over in the
Final Year and 75% or over during the two previous years with no subject below
50%.
Practical Experience
In the summer months students are encouraged to gain practical experience in
areas closely related to their interests in the School. Travelling is encouraged, or
work in an architect's, engineer's, landscape architect's or planner's office.
Alternatively, research is suggested at a university or with a public or private
organization. Experience in the field of construction is also recommended. The
School will advise the student whenever possible.
Proposed Program Changes - 1981 -82 Session
The changes outlined in this section can all be introduced in the 1981-82 session to
improve the existing B.Arch program and in anticipation of the major changes in
1982-83, as they do not require additional resources.
I.     Summary of Course Revisions, Additions, Deletions
Deletions: Arch 41 I    Building Principles
Arch 413    Building Practice
Arch 412    Building Materials
Revisions: Arch 407 Change description
Arch 408 Change description
Arch 416 Change title, description
Arch 417 Change title
Arch 436 Change title, description, add prerequisite
Additions: Arch 426 Architectural Technology I (Ife credits)
New Courses Arch 427 Architectural Technology 2 (Ife credits)
Arch 452 Architectural Science I (Ife credits)
Arch 453 Architectural Science 2 (Ife credits) 7491,
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Proposed Program Changes - 1981-82 Session  (continued)
2. Summer Session
The School of Architecture will offer a six-week design tutorial commencing
in May 1982 during which instruction will be provided 8 hours/day for 4
days/week. This Design Tutorial may be used by students to makeup a failed
Design Tutorial, or to attempt to raise a grade to meet the overall average
grade requirements, or for enrichment on a non-credit basis.
3. New Regulations
The regulations approved by Senate for the 1980-81 session will be changed to
conform to the statement under the heading "Standing and Promotion". The
intention is to proceed to upgrade the academic performance requirements in
1981-82 in anticipation of the major changes requested for 1982-83.
4. Revisions to 1981-82 Calendar
The Calendar Statement for 1981-82 will be revised to include the program
changes outlined in this Section.
Proposed Program Changes - 1982-83 Session
The changes outlined in this section will be implemented in the 1982-83 session or
in subsequent years as the new program is phased in, provided that new resources
are available.
1. Implement the New M.Arch Program
The new M.Arch program would appear in the 1982-83 Calendar and the first
students will be recruited into it during the Summer of 1982.
Students who were admitted to First year of the B.Arch program in the 1981-
82 session would be given the option of transferring to the new M.Arch
program in the 1982-83 session, in which case they would have to complete an
additional 4 one-credit courses and meet all the other requirements in order
to obtain the M.Arch degree.
Students who do not opt to join the M.Arch program as above, and all other
students will continue under the B.Arch program as it stands in the 1981-82
Calendar until they complete the requirements for the B.Arch degree.
The first M.Arch graduates in this program would thus appear in June 1984.
2. Summary of Course Revisions, Additions, Deletions
Deletions: Arch 430 Architectural Acoustics
Arch 431 Light, Colour and Space
Arch 437 Building Services (Mech.)
Arch 438 Building Services (Elect.)
Arch 456 Structures:  Special Topics 7492.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Proposed Program Changes - 1982-83 Session
2.     Summary of Course Revisions, Additions, Deletions  (continued)
Revisions:
Additions:
New Courses
(Ife credits each)
Additions:
(I/4)d credit
courses
Arch 400 Change number to 581
Arch 401 Changes number to 582
Arch 406 Change name, number to 580
Arch 420 Change number to 583
Arch 421 Change number to 584
Arch 425 Add prerequisite
Arch 440 Change number to 585
Arch 446 Change number to 502
Arch 448 Change number to 506
Arch 455 Change number to 534 and description
Arch 457 Change number to 521
Arch 458 Change number to 587
Arch 459 Change number to 588
Arch 460 Change number to 586 and description
Arch 461 Change description
Arch 498 Change number to 589, description, title
Arch 499 Change number to 590, description, title
Arch 503 Add prerequisite
Arch 505 Change number to 536, add prerequisite
Arch 508 Change number to 540, description, title
Arch 409 Introduction to Behavioural Science in
Architecture
Arch 419 Computer Applications in Architecture 2
Arch 470 Social Factors in Urban Form
Arch 471 Behavioural Basis of Architectural Meaning
Arch 472 Meaning and the Built Environment
Arch 473 Social and Behavioural Aspects of "Design
Process
Arch 474 Introduction to Facilities Programming
Arch 480 Project Planning
Arch 531 Arch. Technology 3
Arch 533 Arch. Science 3
Arch 535 Arch. Structures 3
Arch 495   Special Topics in Architecture
3.     Design Tutorials
While no major change in the structure and format of the Design Tutorials is
proposed it is intended that, with additional resources, more personalized
instruction can be given to each student and hence a more individualized
course of study in design can be achieved. 7493.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'  (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Economics
Change in program requirements for the Major in Economics:
Calendar entry -
change line I to read: Mathematics 100 or III;  and Mathematics 101
change line 3 to read: Economics 200 (or 202 and 202 or 301 and 302, with
permission of the Department)*
change footnote to read: *Economics  201   and  202  or  301   and  302 may be
substituted for Economics 200 with permission of
the Department. Economics 306 and 307 may be
substituted for Economics 200, but only with the
permission of the instructors of Economics 306 and
307.
last paragraph, substitute Economics 200 for Economics 301, 302.
New courses ECON 200 (3) Intermediate Economic Theory
ECON 201 (Ife) Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
ECON 202 (Ife) Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
ECON 303 (Ife) Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 304 (I Ife) Intermediate Macroeconomics
Changes ECON 301 and 302 - change in description, stipulations and
hours
ECON 306 - revision of stipulation
ECON 307 - change in prerequisites and stipulation
ECON 406, 407, 420, 437, 440, 447, 460, 461, 476, 490, 456,
417, 450, 454, 455, 465, 470, 480, 487 - change in
prerequisites
Major in Music Theory
The program effectively begins in the third year of undergraduate study since in
the first two years the student takes a general program. In order to be admitted
to the major in theory, except by special permission of the division, the student
should have an overall second-class average in each of the first two years, and
first-class marks in both Music 100 and Music 200.
Requirements for graduation with B.Mus. in Music Theory: (I) overall second class
average in each of the third and fourth years, and (2) successful completion of a
fourth-year theory project. This will be undertaken as Music 402 or 449, but the
work should be read and approved by one faculty member in addition to the 402 or
449 supervisor. In appropriate cases the project may involve composition or
performance. 7494.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Major in Music Theory  (continue
d)
First Year
Second Year
(100)    Theory of Music 1
(120) j History of Music 1
(145) -Music Performance
(143) Z(Class Piano)
Large Ensemble
(100) 3English
Elective in Arts
3
3
2
(1)
1
3
_3
(200)
(320)
(245)
(243)
(200)
Theory of Music II
■ History of Music II
^Music Performance
(Class Piano)
Large Ensemble
^English
Elective in Arts
3
3
2
(1)
1
3
_3
15 or
16
15 or
16
Third Year
Fourth Year
(300)   Theory of Music III
(107) .Composition 1
(345)    Music Performance
.Large or Small Ensemble
-Keyboard Harmony
Electives in Arts
Physics 341
3
3
2
1
1
4fe
Ife
(400)
(309)
(445)
Theory of Music IV
. Orchestration
Music Performance
j-Large or Small Ensemble
,-Music Elective(s)
-Theory Project
Elective in Arts
3
2
2
1
3 or Ife
1 fe or 3
3
16
I5fe
The music performance requirement will be fulfilled by four years of study on the
student's principal instrument.
2
Class Piano 143 and 243 will be required of students whose principal instrument is
not a keyboard instrument. The purpose is to prepare students for the study of
keyboard harmony in the third year. Students with some keyboard background
may be allowed to take Piano 144 and 244 instead. Students whose principal
instrument is a keyboard instrument will not study a secondary instrument except
as an extra course.
3
The program provides for I3fe units of Arts electives. Students must have at least
6 units of credit in one department other than Music. If English courses are
elected to complete this 6-unit concentration requirement, they must be in
addition to English 100 and 3 additional units of English. In addition to these
elective requirements, it will be advisable for students contemplating graduate
study in theory to study some German.
4
Students with the required keyboard proficiency may meet the keyboard harmony
requirement of the t hird year by electing and passing Music 149.   Other students
should elect Music 343 or its equivalent as provided by the department.
Fourth-Year students have the option of electing 3 units of music electives and
doing a one-term (life-unit) 402 project, or of electing only Ife units of music
elective and doing a two-term project (as Music 449, for 3 units). Appropriate
scope for the project will be the determining factor here, and will be decided by
the student and the advisor in consultation. 7495.
Wednesday, January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Master in Journalism Program
Admission
1. Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree.
2. Applicants must provide an example of their writing.
3. Applicants will be interviewed by an Admissions Panel which will
consider academic background (including preparation in languages other
than English), journalistic experience, particular expertise and
motivation before deciding on the admission of any applicant.
Two-Year Curriculum
Students admitted to the Program will complete 30 units of course work
consisting of the following:
Graduate and/or undergraduate courses in appropriate
academic disciplines (e.g., Political Science, Economics,
History, Literature, Science, Language Studies, etc.) 12 units
Media Studies:
a) Structure and History of the Media in Canada.
b) Law in Journalism.
c) Ethics of Journalism.
d) Supervised research and report on a special topic. 9 units
Practical Newsroom Skills:
Research, Reporting, Writing, Editing. 9 units
TOTAL     30 units
In addition, the student is required to complete a substantial internship.
A   student   successfully   completing   the   requirements   of   the   Journalism
Program will receive the degree of Master of Journalism (M.J.).
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New course COMM 456 (Ife)  Computer Audit, Security and Control
Changes COMM 220 - change in number (formerly 222)
COMM 320 - change in title, description and prerequisite
Deletion COMM 375
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Change ORBI 421   -    change in number (now ORME 423), title and
description 7496.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Change in program description, now reads:
Diploma in Education of Visually Impaired Children
This program is directed towards the preparation of teachers of children who
have impaired vision. The diploma program requires one year of full—time
study (a minimum of 12 units and extended practica). Successful completion
of the diploma program may partially satisfy requirements for teacher
certification in British Columbia. The program consists of: Required courses
- EDUC 314, 344, 421, 415, 455, 448, Ophthalmology 390 and EDUC 399
(minimum of 180 hours practical teaching). Students are encouraged to elect
EDUC 315, 305 and choose additional electives from EDUC 316, 318, 343,
346, 403, 406, 418, 420, 424, 429, 431, 436, 437, 472, 475. Prerequisite EDUC
312.
Language Education
Change of concentration requirements for Bachelor of Education (Elementary):
I I.  Reading Education Concentration
4fe units from Education 472, 473, 475, 477. (Experienced teachers may elect
Education 476 as 3 of the 4fe units); 3 units from Education 335, 341, 478,
480, 489; Ife units from Education 312, 337, 338, 349, 389, 474, 486, or Ife
unit elective approved by the Head, Department of Language Education.
Mathematics and Science Education
Change EDUC 409 - change in units from (3) to (I fe/3)d
EDUC 370 (Ife) and EDUC 371 (Ife) combined into one course:
EDUC 369 (3)  Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary
Mathematics
(Note:   EDUC 370 and 371 will be offered for the last time in
1982-83.  They will then be replaced by EDUC 369)
Curriculum and Instructional Studies
Change EDUC 458 - change in units from (I fe) to (I fe/4fe)d
English Composition Requirement
In order to qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Education (Elementary,
Secondary, or Special Education), students must satisfy the English Composition
Requirement. This means that in addition to completing all English course
requirements set out in their degree programs, students must pass the English
Composition Test administered by the Faculty of Arts. Students entering the
Faculty of Education at Years One and Two should satisfy the requirement as
early as possible, and in no case after Third Year. Those entering the Third or
later years of the program must pass the Composition Test within one academic
year of their initial registration in the Faculty of Education. Those registered in
the One-Year Program for Graduates of Other Faculties, or in Diploma programs
leading to Teacher Certification, must pass the Test before they are deemed to
have completed their programs. 7497.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
English Composition Requirement  (continued)
Students may write the Test during Registration week, the December examination
period, and the April examination period.
Students  who  anticipate difficulty passing  the Test are advised to enrol  in a
remedial English course in the Centre for Continuing Education.
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Changes FRST 443 - change in title and description
FRST 442 - change in description
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anatomy
Change ANAT 508 - change in hours and units from (I) to (Ife)
Animal Science
New course ANSC 506 (I fe/3)c  Reproductive Patterns in Domestic Animals
Biochemistry
Change BIOC 508 - change in hours and units from (I) to (Ife)
Botany
Change BOTA 527 - change in description, prerequisites and units
from (I) to (I fe)
Chemical Engineering
New courses CHML 561 (l-2)c   Particulate and Multiphase Systems
CHML 562 (1-3)     Advanced Process Design Project
Change CHML 557 -change in title, description, hours and units
from (l-3)cto(l-2)c
Commerce
Changes COMM 529, 534, 536, 563, 569 - change in title and description
COMM 562 - change in description
Creative Writing
New course CRWR 521 (3) Editing and Managing a Literary Magazine
Electrical Engineering
Change ELEC 592 - change in title and description
English
Change ENGL 547 - change in title 7498.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Geological Sciences
New course GEOL 546 (Ife)  Coal Geology
History of Medicine and Science
Change MEDH 501   - change in description, hours and units from
(lfe)to(lfe/3)c
Mathematics
New course MATH 541 (Ife)  Applied Multivariate Analysis
Music
Changes MUSC 507 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
MUSC 508 - change in units from (3) to (lfe/3)d
MUSC 504 - change in description
MUSC 520 - change in title, description and prerequisites
Physics
Changes PHYS 534 - change in units from (I) to (2)
PHYS 535 - change in units from (I) to (2)
Plant Science
New course PLNT 533 (Ife)  Herbicide Biochemistry and Physiology
Change PLNT 538 - change in description, prerequisites and units
from (3) to (I fe)
Deletion PLNT 524
Ed.D. Program in Curriculum Studies
Admissions
Standard University and Faculty requirements for admission to Ed.D. programs
will be applied to all applicants. In addition, candidates will normally be expected
to hold an M.A. or M.Ed, in general curriculum studies or in a field such as Art
Education, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Communications,
Media and Technology. Candidates from such fields should have completed a core
of general curriculum studies. Those planning to continue specialist studies in
areas, e.g. mathematics, science and music education, which already offer
doctoral programs will be directed to those.
Evidence of successful teaching or other appropriate professional experience will
be expected. Each applicant will be expected to submit an example of scholarly
work, e.g. a master's thesis, special paper or research report of a basic or applied
nature. A statement of career path to the point of application and of future
career intentions together with a justification for seeking a doctoral degree will
also be required. Whenever possible an interview will be conducted with each
applicant. 7499.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Ed.D. Program in Curriculum Studies  (continued)
Specific Elements and Requirements
1. Residence: two winter sessions after completion of the master's degree
normally will be required.
2. Thesis: the major component of the program will be the candidate's doctoral
thesis. It will involve extended research into curriculum policy, curriculum
development, implementation or evaluation, either in terms of general issues
or as applied to a specialist area. Students interested in pursuing thesis
topics in specialist areas with well established doctoral programs will
normally do so within those programs or interdepartmentally. Course and
seminar work needed to prepare the candidate for his/her thesis will fall into
the categories indicated below.
3. Seminar and course requirements: some of these will normally be met at the
master's level.   The requirements will be distributed as follows:
(a) Conceptual Foundations and Research Methodology
Includes seminars in curriculum studies, research design and the doctoral
seminar (Education 601)
(b) Major Specialization
Seminars and directed study related to the student's special interest.
Interests could include: a curriculum level or area, e.g. elementary or
early childhood education; a teaching speciality, e.g. social studies, or
other professional role, e.g. the use of media; general curriculum issues
related to policy making or curriculum planning and development,
including program implementation and evaluation. Specialist needs
served by existing doctoral programs in such areas as science,
mathematics, and music education will, of course, continue to be met by
those programs which also have the advantage of access to the general
curriculum offerings of the department.
(c) Cognate Studies
Seminars and directed studies in other departments within or outside the
Faculty of Education that will enhance knowledge and research skills
relevant to curriculum studies, in particular to the student's major
specialization.
4. Comprehensive Examination: The comprehensive examination shall be held
after completion of all required course work. The program supervisor in
consultation with the student and the student's instructors will set an
examination which focusses on interpreting, synthesizing and evaluating
knowledge in the curriculum field.
5. Oral Defense of Thesis: Upon completion of the thesis, the candidate defends
it in accordance with Faculty of Graduate Studies regulations. 7500.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Ph.D. Program in Human Learning, Development and Instruction
Admission
Applicants must normally have completed a Master's degree in Educational
Psychology, Psychology, or a closely related discipline, and satisfied the following
admissions criteria:
(a) Normally a First-Class average based on relevant graduate and senior
undergraduate courses, with First-Class standing in at least nine units of
graduate work. Students who do not meet this criterion may submit results
on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Aptitude Test as supplementary
evidence of their academic potential;
(b) Clear evidence of research ability as shown by an acceptable Master's thesis,
a statement of research interests and reasons for pursuing advanced study,
and positive evaluations of research potential by three referees;  and
(c) Teacher education and/or adequate experience as a teacher or instructor in
an educationally relevant position is deemed desirable (e.g., public or private
schools, junior colleges, universities, vocational institutions).
Prerequisites
Applications will be expected to have satisfactorily completed the following
prerequisite work as part of their undergraduate and graduate programs:
(a) Courses in Human Learning, Development, and Instruction comparable in
number and content to those included in the M.A. program for HLDI;
(b) Courses in Research Design and Statistics, including factorial (fully crossed,
hierarchial, repeated measures) experimental and quasi-experimental designs
and corresponding statistical analyses procedures;
(c) A graduate course in Measurement/Psychometrics;   and a
(d) Master's Thesis.
Students who have not completed all the prerequisites listed above may be
provisionally admitted. They must complete the prerequisite work during the first
year of study with a First-Class average in all courses taken.
Program Components
Students normally will spend two to three Winter sessions in full-time residence at
the University.
Dissertation. The dissertation, which forms the major component and marks the
culmination of the candidate's studies, will embody results of independent,
substantial, original research, designed to contribute to the articulation among
human learning, development, and instruction.
To prepare the candidate for the dissertation, some advanced coursework,
seminars, and supervised research experience typically will be necessary. These
are outlined below. 7501.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Ph.D. Program in Human Learning, Development and Instruction
Program Components (continued)
Coursework. Advanced course work to be completed by each student will be
determined by the candidate's program guidance committee, taking into account
his/her background and specific interests within HLDI.   It may include:
(a) Research Methodology: Each student will be expected to develop conceptual
and analytical skills appropriate for theory construction and evaluation and
the analyses of qualitative/quantitative data.
(b) Major: Coursework and seminars related to each student's major area of
interest, culminating in the dissertation research. Students will be expected
to acquire knowledge of earlier and current theories, issues, research
practices, and results in the area.
(c) Minor: It is expected that a minor area, which supports the major area, will
be taken outside of HLDI, and that necessary courses and seminars will be
selected in consultation with representatives from the appropriate
departments.
Supervised Research. Beginning in the first year, each student will be expected to
conduct some independent research and/or to participate in the research of a
faculty member, and will be encouraged to report the results of these
investigations at appropriate professional conferences and/or in appropriate
refereed journals. Financial assistance to support students engaged in supervised
research will be provided, as appropriate, through SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships,
University Graduate Fellowships, independent funding through such agencies as
the Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, grants to faculty
members, and research assistantships set aside for Ph.D. students by the Faculty
of Education.
Progress Reviews, Comprehensive Examinations. The progress of each student
will be reviewed in the spring of each year by the Department of Educational
Psychology in consultation with the Candidate's Committee and by the Dean of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies. A student may be asked to withdraw from the
program if progress has not been satisfactory.
Student attainment of research competence and knowledge of human learning,
development, and instruction will be assessed through completed course work and
by three comprehensive examinations: a preliminary comprehensive in research
methodology and a qualifying examination in each of the major and minor areas.
Course work taken in each year will be expected to be completed with a
First-Class average. At the end of the first year, each student will be required to
write a research methodology comprehensive. The major and minor qualifying
comprehensives normally will be taken during or at the end of the second year,
following completion of all appropriate course work.
Upon satisfactory completion of the qualifying comprehensives, the student will
be advanced formally to candidacy for the Ph.D. degree.
Final Oral Examination. Each candidate will defend his/her dissertation following
the procedures of the Faculty of Graduate Studies. 7502.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'  (continued)
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
History of Medicine and Science
New course MEDH 400 (Ife)    History of Medicine to the end of the
Nineteenth Century
Change MEDH 400 (I) History of the Health Sciences - change in
number, title, description, units, hours and
prerequisites, now:
MEDH 401 (Ife) History of the Health Sciences in the
Twentieth Century
Pathology  (Division of Medical Microbiology)
Change MICB 425 - change in number, now:  PATH 427
SCHOOL OF NURSING
English Composition Requirement
To qualify for the degree of B.S.N, students must satisfy the English Composition
requirement of the School of Nursing. To do this students must obtain credit for
English 100 and must pass the English Composition Test administered by the
Faculty of Arts.
Students (including Transfer Students) who have obtained credit for English 100
but who have not passed the Composition Test will write it during Registration
Week. The Test will also be given during the December and April examination
periods. Students who anticipate difficulty passing the Test are advised to enrol
in a remedial English course in the Centre for Continuing Education.
Changes NURS 201, 301, 303 - change in description
First Year of Program - change requirement to:
HMEC 209 or HMEC 203
PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Change PHAR 416 - change in description
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
New courses PHED 290 (I)       Orienteering
PHED 382 (I fe)    Meaning and Values in Sport
Changes B.P.E. Program - Second Year
Under Note 2, Non-P.E. Electives, add the following:
"Education courses may be credited towards the B.P.E. degree
only   on   prior   written   approval   by   the   Chairman   of   the
Undergraduate Committee of the School."
Also in Note 2, replace "Recreation 296 ..." with:
"Recreation   courses   may   be   included   as   electives   in   the
category  of  Physical   Education  Theory  on  approval   of   the
Chairman of the Undergraduate Committee." 7503.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B1
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Changes B.P.E. Program - Second Year  (continued)
Under Degree Reguirements change wording to:
"Courses in the Faculties of Arts or Science or Commerce and
Business Administration and Education ... Physical  Education
and/or Recreation theory ..."
Under Physical Education Activity Option B, Note 3, replace
"Courses in Education may not be elected" with:
"Education courses may be credited towards the B.P.E. degree
only   on   prior   written   approval   of   the   Chairman   of   the
Undergraduate Committee of the School."
Under General Notes for all Students (Option A and Option B)
replace note 6 with:
"Recreation courses may be included as electives in the
category of Physical Education Theory on approval of the
Chairman of the Undergraduate Committee."
B.R.E. Program - changes
Calendar entry:
This program is intended for students planning a career in Recreation.
Completion of this program does not satisfy the requirements for admission to the
post-graduate one year program (Secondary) of the Faculty of Education.
However, a graduate with an acceptable average may be admissible to the one
year program (Elementary).
The B.R.E. degree will be awarded on the completion of a minimum of 69 units of
approved course work.
Degree requirements:
Leisure Studies Core 4.5 units
Professional Core 12.5 units
Courses required outside of the Department 25.5 units
Electives 27.0 units
First Year Units
Recreation 101 - Introduction to Leisure Studies 1.5
Recreation 196 - Introduction to Recreation and Leisure
Services I.5
P.E. 164 - Dynamics of Motor Skill Acquisition 1.5
English 100 - Literature and Composition 3.0
Psychology 100 - Introductory Psychology
OR     *206 - Dynamics of Behaviour 3.0
Electives - See Notes 6.0
16.5 7504.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
B.R.E. Program - changes  (continued)
Second Year
Units
Recreation 201
Recreation 296
Recreation 297
Math 203
Commerce 120
Sociology 200
Poli. Sci. 200
Electives
Play
Recreation Program Leadership
The Recreation Program
Statistical Methods
Principles of Org. Behaviour
Introduction to Sociology
The Government of Canada
See Notes
.5
.5
.5
.5
.5
3.0
1.5
4.5-
6.0
16.5-18.0
Third Year
Recreation 301
Recreation 375
Recreation 396
English 301
Poli Sci. 302
Psychology 308
Sociology 380
Electives
Fourth Year
Recreation 492
Recreation 496
Planning 425
Electives
Leisure in Canada
Recreation Leadership and the Group Process
Recreation Fieldwork I
Practical Writing
Public Administration
Social Psychology
Introduction to Social Survey Design and
Analysis
See Notes
- Recreation Management
- Recreation Fieldwork II
- Urban Planning
- See Notes
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3.0
3.0
3.0-4.5
16.5-18.0
1.5
3.0
1.5
10.0-12.0
16.0-18.0
Notes: Students must elect 3 units from the science courses listed below and 3
units from the recreation program areas listed below. It is expected that
these 6 units of electives should be completed by the end of second year.
Of the remaining 21 units of electives students must elect at least 12
units from an area of emphasis listed below. These 21 units of electives
should be chosen in consultation with and subject to the approval of the
Faculty Advisor.
Science Courses: Biology 101 or 102, 310, 311, 313, Botany 310,
Chemistry 103, 110, 120, Computer Science 101, 115, 200, Geography
101, Geology 105, 107, Mathematics 100, 101, 105, III, 130, Physics I 10,
115, 120, 140.
*Psychology 206 may be substituted for Psychology  100 in the Second
Year. 7505.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
B.R.E. Program - changes
Notes:  (continued)
Recreation Program Areas: Physical Education, Art (Art Education or
Fine Arts), Music (Music Education or Music), or Theatre.
Areas of Emphasis:
Administration - Two (2) courses are required for all students in this
area: Economics 100 or 309 and Commerce 159. Other courses are
Recreation 461, Recreation 499, Computer Science 101, 115, and 200,
Commerce 222, 261, and 322, Economics 360, 361, and 370.
Therapeutic Recreation - One (I) course is required of all students in this
area: Recreation 365. Other courses are Recreation 461, 366, 367 and
499, Education 312, 318, 403, and 429, Home Economics 210, and 414,
Physical Education 262, and 362, Psychology 300, and 322, Sociology 363
and 473.
New courses
RECR 201 (Ife)
RECR 296 (Ife)
RECR 301 (Ife)
Play
Recreation Program Leadership
Leisure in Canada
RECR499(lfe-4fe)d
Seminar on selected topics in Recreation
and Leisure Studies
Changes
RECR 397 - change in description, prerequisite, number and
title, now 297, Recreation Programs
RECR 465 - change in number and prerequisite, now 365
RECR 466 - change in number, now 366
RECR 467 - change in number and description, now 367
RECR 396 - change in title, description, hours and prerequisite
RECR 492 - change in title and description
RECR 496 - change in description, prerequisite and units
from (Ife) to (3)
RECR 375 and 461 - change in description
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
New course
RHME 427 (3)  Selected Problems in Rehabilitation
Deletions RHME 424, 426, 428
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Change
Botany
Change
BIOL 422 - change in description
BOTA 427 - change in description 7506.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Chemistry
Changes
CHEM 220 - change in description and prerequisite
CHEM 423 - change in prerequisite
Program changes    Combined Honours in Chemistry and Mathematics
Change fourth year:
From: Chemistry 404 (I)
To:
Additional Chemistry (3)
Chemistry 311/321 (2)
Additional Chemistry (2)
Combined Honours in Chemistry and Physics
Change program to:
Third Year
Fourth Year
Physics 309
(  2)
Physics 307
(1)
Elective
(Ife)
Physics 308
Additional Physics
(2)
(per consultation)
(3)
Chemistry 31 1
(1)
Chemistry 321
(1)
Additional Chemistry
(per consultation)
(3)
Total Units (I6fe)
Total Units (I6fe)
Deletion
Computer Science
Change
Delete Chemistry 210 as an option in Second Year from the
following programs:
Majors in Biochemistry
Honours in Biochemistry
Combined Honours in Biology and Chemistry
Majors in Chemistry
Honours in Chemistry
Combined Honours in Chemistry and Mathematics
Combined Honours in Biochemistry and Chemistry
Combined Honours in Physics and Chemistry
Honours in Physiology
CHEM 210
CPSC 31 I - change in prerequisite
Geological Sciences
New courses GEOL 235 (0)  Field Techniques
GEOL 304 (3)  Structural Geology I 7507.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences  (continued)
Changes
GEOL 216 - change in title, description and prerequisite
GEOL 315 and 446 - delete GEOL 216 as a prerequisite
GEOL 421 - change in prerequisites
GEOL 404, 418, 426, 435, 472 - replace GEOL 314 with
GEOL 304 in the prerequisite statement
GEOL 305 - change in description and hours
GEOL 330, 333 - change in description
GEOL 415, 416 - change in description and prerequisite
GEOL 435 - change in prerequisite
Deletion
Program changes
GEOL 314
Majors in Geology
Change program to:
Third Year
Fourth Year
Geology 304
Geology 305
Geology 320
.Geology 321
^Geology 435
Elective
Arts elective
(3 )
(Ife)
(3 )
(Ife)
(Ife)
(life)
(3  )
(15)
Geology 415 or 425
-Additional Geology units
Electives
Arts elective
-Field School in May after Third Year.
At least 6 units of the electives in Third and Fourth Year from be from approved
courses numbered 300 or over  in Geological  Sciences,  Astronomy,  Geophysics,
Geography,  Oceanography,  Soil  Science, or other pertinent Science or Applied
Science.
Honours in Geology
Change program to:
Third Year
Geology 305
Geology 304
Geology 320
Geology 321
?Arts elective
: Electives
Geology 435
(life)
(3  )
(3 )
(life)
(3 )
(4fe)
(life)
(18 )
Fourth Year
Geology 415 or 425
Additional Gelogy courses
numbered 400 or over
Geology 449
Elective
Arts elective
Field School in May after Third Year.
"Recommended courses in Geology are 315, 322, 323, 333, 342.
(Ife)
(6 )
(3 )
(3 )
(3 )
(I6fe) 7508.
Wednesday,   January 21,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (continued)
Geophysics and Astronomy
New course ASTR 300 (I fe)     Introduction to Stellar Atmospheres
Changes GEOP 210 - change in title, description, prerequisite and
number, now GEPA 315
ASTR 302 - change in description and prerequisite
GEOP 322 - change in hours
GEOP 424 - change in prerequisite
GEOP 426 - change in description
GEOP 427 - change in description and number, now 321
GEOP 449 - change in units from (2) to (3)
Deletion                    ASTR 303
Program changes                 Majors in Geophysics
Change program to:
Third Year                                                       Fourth Year
Geophysics 320, 321, 322           (4fe)          Geology 256, 354, 317
Electives*                                       (3   )           Electives*
(4fe)
(7fe)
*Electives must include at least 5!fe units from upper level geophysics, physics,
mathematics or astronomy courses.  Note that some elective courses are given
only in alternate years.
Honours in Geophysics
Change program to:
Third Year
Geology 256
Geophysics 320, 321, 322
Physics 303 or 306
Physics 309
Fourth Year
(Ife) Geology 354
(4fe) Geophysics 449
(2  ) Electives*
(2  ) Geophysics 426
(Ife)
(3 )
(5 )
(Ife)
♦Include at least 4fe units from upper level geophysics, physics, mathematics or
astronomy courses.  Note that some elective courses are given only in alternate
years.
Combined Honours in Geology and Geophysics
Change program to:
Second Year Third Year
Geology 256 (Ife)
Geophysics 320, 321, 322  (4fe)
Elective* (life)
Fourth Year
Geology 304 or
Geology 354 and
415 or 425 (3)
Geology 449 or
Geophysics 449        (3)
Electives* (5)
♦Electives must include at least Ife units from Geophysics 422, 423, 424, 425, 426.
Note that some elective courses are only given in alternate years. 7509.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy
Program changes  (continued)
Combined Honours in Geophysics and Another Subject
Change program from:
Third Year
Physics 303 (2)
TO:
Third Year
Physics 303 or 306        (2)
Combined Honours in Astronomy and Geophysics - Focus
Planetary Sciences
Change program to:
Fourth Year
Astronomy 449 or Geophysics 449 (2-3)
Delete footnote 2 and renumber footnote 3.   Add to
courses in new footnote 2:  Astronomy 300 (Ife);
Geophysics and Astronomy 315 (3)  (counts as I fe
units each for Geophysics and Astronomy).  Renumber
Geophysics 427 to Geophysics 321.  Change Geology 216
(1 fe) to Geology 256 (I fe), and Geology 314 (I fe) to
Geology 304 (3).
Majors in Astronomy
Change program to:
Third Year
Astronomy 301 or 302      (Ife)
Astronomy 300 (Ife)
Fourth Year
Physics 41 I (Ife)
Combined Honours in Physics and Astronomy
Change program to:
Third Year
Astronomy 301 or 302      (Ife)
Astronomy 300 (I fe) 7510.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (continued)
Mathematics
New courses
Change
MATH 120 (Ife)    Differential Calculus
MATH 121 (Ife)    Integral Calculus
MATH 405 - change in title
Microbiology
Changes
Oceanography
New course
Change
MICB 302 - change in title, description, hours and prerequisite
MICB 324, 402 - change in description
OCGY 316 (I fe)    Introduction to Plankton Ecology
OCGY 406 - change in description, hours and prerequisite
The Department of Oceanography is proposing to institute a series of combined
honours programs in the 1982-83 academic year. The remaining items in the
OCEANOGRAPHY section are all related to this proposed program and will not
take effect until this program is instituted.
New courses
OCGY 408 (I)
OCGY 409 (
OCGY 410 (
OCGY 412 (I)
OCGY 413 (I)
OCGY448(l-3)c
OCGY 449 (3)
Oceanographic Methods
Waves and Tides
Marine Pollution
Marine Microbiology
Estuaries
Directed Studies
Oceanography Research
Changes
OCGY 400 - change in number to 300
OCGY 402 - change in number to 301
OCGY 403 - change in number to 302
OCGY 404 - change in title, description and number
to 303
New programs
Combined Honours Biology/Oceanography
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
Mathematics 120 and 121 or
Chemistry 230 or 203
Science electives   '
100 and 101
(3)
Physics 1 10 or 1 15 or 120
(3)
Non-Science elective
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
(15)
(Ife)
(Ife)
(3 )
(9 )
(3 )
(18 ) 7511
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
New programs  (continued)
Combined Honours B
iology/Oceanography
Third and Fourth Years
Oceanography 300
Oceanography 301
Oceanography 303
Oceanography 316
Oceanography 405
Oceanography 406
'1   )
1   )
II   )
:ife)
ii )
life)
Oceanography 408
Oceanography 449
Other Oceanography
Biology 300
Biology 330
Biology 321, 322
Other Biology, Botany or
Zoology courses numbered
300 or higher
Non-Science elective
Science electives
(1   )
(3  )
(1   )
(Ife)
(3  )
(3  )
(4fe)
(3  )
(6  )
(33 )
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science I 15 (or
101 and 118), or Geography 101, and 6 additional units chosen from list given
under Biology program, Second Year, including 3 units of courses on organisms,
e.g. Botany 209 and Zoology 205 or Microbiology 200.
>
"Mathematics 200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third Year.
Combined Honours Botany/Oceanography
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
(life)
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
(life)
Mathematics 120 and 121 or
Botany 209
(Ife)
100 and 101
(3)
Botany 210
(Ife)
Physics 1 10 or 1 15 or 120
(3)
Chemistry 230
(3  )
Biology 101 or 102
J3)
(15)
Zoology 205           ■ y
Science electives   '
(Ife)
(41fe)
Non-Science elective
(3  )
(18 ) APPENDIX 'B'
7512.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
New programs  (continued)
Combined Honours
Botany/Oceanography
Third and Fourth Years
Oceanography 300
Biology 300
(Ife)
Oceanography 301
Biology 321
(life)
Oceanography 303
Biology 322
(life)
Oceanography 316
(life)
Botany 301
(Ife)
Oceanography 405
Botany 330
(3  )
Oceanography 406
(life)
Botany 410
(Ife)
Oceanography 408
Botany 415
(life)
Oceanography 449
(3  )
Other Botany courses numbered
Other Oceanography
(1   )
300 or higher   0
Science elective
(4fe)
(Ife)
Non-Science elective
(3  )
(33  )
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science I 15 (or
101 and I 18), or Geography 101, and additional units for required total.
"Mathematics 200 is strongly recommended in Second and Third Years.
Combined Honours Zoology/Oceanography
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
(life)
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
or
Zoology 203
(Ife)
100 and 101
(3)
Zoology 205
(Ife)
Physics 1 10 or 1 15 or 120
(3)
Chemistry 230     . -
Science elective   '
(3  )
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
(6  )
(L57
Non-Science elective
00 CO
Third and Fourth Years
Oceanography 300
(1   )
Biology 300
(Ife)
Oceanography 301
(1   )
Zoology 304
(Ife)
Oceanography 303
(1   )
Zoology 307
(Ife)
Oceanography 316
(life)
Biology 321,  322
(3 )
Oceanography 405
(1   )
Zoology 340
(3  )
Oceanography 406
(Ife)
Zoology 402
(Ife)
Oceanography 408
(1   )
Zoology 440          2
Science elective
(3  )
Oceanography 449
(3  )
(3  )
Other Oceanography
(1   )
Non-Science elective
(3  )
(33 )
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science I 15 (or
101 and I 18) or Geography 101, and additional units for required total.
"Mathematics 200 is strongly recommended in Second and Third Years. 7513.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
New programs  (continued)
Combined Honours Chemistry/Oceanography
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry   1 10 or   120
English   100
Mathematics  120 and  121   or
100 and  101
Physics jllO or   115 or  120
Elective
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
/1 ev
Chemistry 203
Chemistry 220
Mathematics 200
Mathematics 221
Physics 231
Physics 239          (
Non-Science elective
(3 )
(3 )
(Ife)
(Ife)
(2
(I
(3
(3
TTF
Third Year
Chemistry 303
Chemistry 304
Chemistry 310
Chemistry 31 I
Chemistry 315
Chemistry 324
Oceanography 300
Oceanography 301
Oceanography 302
Oceanography 303
Science electives
Fourth Year
(2) Chemistry 403
(2) Chemistry 404
(2) Oceanography 401
(1) Oceanography 408
(2) Oceanography electives
(I) Non-Science elective
(I) Oceanography 449  (3)  and
(I) Chemistry 421   (I)  and
(I) Chemistry electives  (2)
(I) OR
(3) Chemistry~449  (3)  and
(17) Oceanography electives  (3)
One of Geology 105 (or Geophysics 120 and Geology 125), Biology 101 or 102,
Computer Science I 15 (or 101 and I 18), Geography 101.
"Mathematics 315, 316 are recommended for Chemistry 304.
Combined Honours Physics/Oceanography
First Year Second Year
Chemistry  110 or  120
English  100
Mathematics   120 and   121   or
100 and  101
Physics 110 or  115 or  120
Elective
(3  )      Physics 200
(3  )       Physics 201
Physics 206 or 216
(3  )       Physics 209
(3  )       Mathematics 200
(3  )      Mathematics 201
(15  )       Mathematics 221
Mathematics 315
Science elective
Non-Science elective
)
(I
(I
(I
(I
(3 )
(3  )
(6  )
TT61
(I )
(Ife)
(2 )
(Ife)
(Ife)
(Ife)
(life)
(Ife)
(3 )
(3 )
TT8T 7514.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
New programs  (continued)
Combined Honours Physics/Oceanography
Third Year
Fourth Year
Physics 303
(2  )
Physics 401
(life)
Physics 304
(life)
Physics 402
(life)
Physics 306
(2  )
Physics 406,  408
(2  )
Physics 307
(1   )
Oceanography 408
(1   )
Physics 308
(2  )
Oceanography 409
(1   )
Physics 309
(2  )
Oceanography 449
(3  )
Mathematics 316
(Ife)
Other Oceanography
(2  )
Oceanography 300
(1   )
Non-Science elective
Science elective
(3  )
Oceanography 301
(1   )
(1   )
Oceanography 302
(1   )
(16  )
Oceanography 303
(1   )
Oceanography 401
(1   )
(1/  )
One of Geology 105 (or Geophysics 120 and Geology 125), Biology 101 or 102,
Computer Science I 15 (or 101 and I 18), Geography 101.
"Recommended:  more Computer Science or Mathematics.
Combined Honours Geology/Oceanography
First Year Second Year
or
120
Chemistry   I 10
English  100
Mathematics  120 and  121  or
100 and  101
Physics  I 10 or   I 15 or   120
Geology   125
Geophysics   120
Third Year
Oceanography 300
Oceanography 301
Oceanography 302
Geology 426
Geology 304
Geology 320
Geology 321
Arts elective
Science elective
(3  )
Geology 206
(Ife)
(3  )
Geology 210
(3  )
Geology 226
(life)
(3  )
Mathematics  105
(Ife)
(3  )
Two of Mathematics 220,
221,
(Ife)
Computer Science   101
(3  )
(Ife)
Chemistry 208
Electives
(3  )
(15 )
(41fe)
(18 )
Fourth Year
(1   )
Oceanography 401   or 405
(1   )
(1   )
Oceanography 408
(1   )
(1   )
Oceanography 449
(3  )
(life)
Oceanography electives
(3  )
(3 )
Geology electives
(4fe)
(3 )
Arts elective
(3  )
(life)
Science elective
(life)
(3 )
(17 )
(1   )
(16 )
Recommended Biology 101 or 102 or Geophysics 221. 7515.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
New programs  (continued)
Combined Honours Geophysics/Oceanography
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry   1 10 or  120
(3  )
Computer Science  101
(life)
English  100
(3  )
Geology 256
(life)
Mathematics  120 and
121  or
Geology 210
(3  )
100 and  101
(3  )
Mathematics 200
(Ife)
Physics  1 10 or  1 15 or
120
(3  )
Mathematics 220
(Ife)
Geology   125
(Ife)
Mathematics 221
(Ife)
Geophysics   120
(Ife)
Mathematics 315
(life)
(15  )
Physics 201
(Ife)
Physics 209
(Ife)
Arts elective
00     CO
Third Year
Fourth Year
Oceanography 300
(1   )
Oceanography 401
(1 )
Oceanography 301
(1   )
Oceanography 408
(1 )
Oceanography 302
(1   )
One of Oceanography 409
Physics 303
(2  )
410,  413
(1 )
Physics 309
(2  )
Oceanography 449
(3   )
Mathematics 201
(Ife)
Geophysics 420
(life)
Mathematics 316
Geophysics 426
Electives
(Ife)
(or Physics 312)
(life)
(61fe)
Geophysics 320
(Ife)
(I51fe)
Geophysics 321
(Ife)
Geophysics 322
(Ife)
Arts elective
(3  )
(I7fe)
To be taken from the following courses:  400 level Oceanography, Geophysics,
and Physics;  Mathematics 300;   Physics 304, 306;  Geology 304, 315.
Physics
New course
Deletion
PHYS 305 (I fe) Introduction to Biophysics
PHYS 404
Physiology
New course
PHYL 426 (Ife)
Physiological Basis of Central
Nervous System Function 7516.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Physiology  (continued)
Program change      Honours in Physiology
Change third year
From:        Chemistry 305  (3)
Arts or Science elective (4lfe)
To: Arts elective (3)
Electives (4fe)
Psychology
Changes
Zoology
New courses
Changes
Deletion
Change fourth year
From:        Electives (4fe)
To: Anatomy 405 (I fe)
Physiology 426 (Ife)
Elective (Ife)
PSYC 366 - change in hours
PSYC 463 - change in prerequisite
ZOOL 316 (I fe)   Introduction to Plankton Ecology
ZOOL 429 (I fe)  Comparative Neurobiology
ZOOL 303, 423 - change in hours and prerequisites
ZOOL 306 - change in title, description and hours
ZOOL 308 - change in title
ZOOL 406, 41 I - change in description, hours and
prerequisite
ZOOL 4l6 - change in prerequisite
ZOOL 429 (I fe)  Physiology Laboratory B
Probability and Statistics courses
Calendar statement:
Listed below are the introductory courses in probability and statistics. Students
may obtain credit for only one course in any column and may obtain at most a
total of 3 units from all of these introductory courses. Therefore, a student
obtaining credit for a 3 unit course in column three could not obtain additional
credit for courses in the first two columns. 7517.
Wednesday,  January 21,   1981.
APPENDIX *B'
Probability and Statistics courses
(continued)
Probability
and
Probability
Statistics
Statistics
COMM 211 (life)
ANTH 318 (Ife)
COMM 318 (3)
MATH 205 (Ife)
BIOL 300 (Ife)
COMM 311 (3)
COMM 212 (Ife)
FRST 130(3)
COMM 418 (Ife)
MECH 558 (3)
EDUC 482 (Ife)
POLI 309 (3)
EDUC 483 (Ife)
PSYC 316 (3)
GEOG 374 (Ife)
MATH 105 (Ife)
MATH 203 (Ife)
MATH 251 (life)
NURS 320 (Ife)
PHED 371 (Ife)
PLNT 321 (Ife)
SOCI 318 (life)
Students may obtain credit for at most one of the following courses:
FRST 430, PLNT 322, BIOL 301.

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