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Array 5514.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
The fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for  the session 1971-72 was held on Wednesday,
December 15,  1971,  at  8.00 p.m.  in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:    President W.  H.  Gage  (Chairman), Dr.  A.  E. Aho, Mr.  D. V.
Anderson, Dr.   C.  S.  Belshaw, Mr.  D. M.  Brousson,  Dr.  T. H.  Brown,
Mr. P. T. Burns, Mr.  F.  J. Cairnie, Dr.  S.  D.  Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman,
Dr.  D.  H,  Chitty,  Dr.  R.  M.  Clark, Dean I.  McT.   Cowan,  Rev.  R. W.  Finn,
Dean W.  D.   Finn,  Mr.   A.   C.  L.  Fox, The Hon.  E.  D.  Fulton, Dean J.  A.  F.
Gardner, Mr.  S. E.  Garrod, Mr. W.  Gerson, Dr. R.  F.  Gray, Dr.  D. F.
Hardwick, Mr.  G. H.  D. Hobbs, Mr.  R, W.  Jacobs, Dr.  J. M. Kennedy,
Dean D.  T.  Kenny,  Mrs.  J.  MacD. Lecky,  Dean S.  W.  Leung,  Dean A.  J.
McClean,  Dean J.  F.  McCreary,  Dr.  C.  A.  McDowell,  Dr.  M.   F.  McGregor,
Dr. L. G. Mitten, Dr.  B. N. Moyls, Dr.  J. M. Norris, Mr.   R.  F. Osborne,
Dr.  P. H.  Pearse, Mrs.  A.  Brearley Piternick, Mr.  P.  Plant, Dr.  R.  A.
Restrepo, Dean B.  E.  Riedel,  Mr.  A.  R.  Robbins, Mr.  J.  V.  Rogers,
Dr.  R.  F.  Scagel, Mr.   G.  R.   Selman, Dr.  R.  F.  Sharp,  Dr.  J.  H.  G.
Smith, Dr.  J.  K.  Stager, Mr.  B.  Stuart-Stubbs, Mr.  J.  T.   Sydor,
Dr.  H. V. Warren,  Dr.   B. L.  White,  Dean P.  H. White.
Observers:    Mr.  J.  A.  Banham,  Dr.  E.  MacPherson,  Mr.  P. Thompson,
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from:
Chancellor A.  M.  McGavin, Deputy President W.  M.  Armstrong, Mr.  S.
Black, Rev.  J.  Blewett,  Dr.  C. A.  Brockley, Mr.  C. M.   Campbell Jr.,
Dr. M. F.  Clarke, Mr.  C.  J.  Connaghan,  Dr.  S.  M.  Friedman, Dr. W.  C.
Gibson, Mr.  J.  Guthrie, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dr.  P. A. Larkin, Mr. S. S.
Lefeaux, Mr. A.  J. Longmore, Mr. K.  R. Martin, Mr. D.  F.  Miller,
Dean N. V.  Scarfe, Dean M.  Shaw, Dr.  G. M. Volkoff, Dr. W.  A. Webber,
Dr. W. D, Young.
Minutes of the previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick    )
Dean Riedel      )
That the Minutes oh the third regular
meeting oh Senate hoi the session 1971-72
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried 5515.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Business arising from the Minutes
At the November 17, 1971 meeting of Senate Dr. Restrepo had given
notice of motion.
Dr, Restrepo )
Mr. Fox      )
That a committzz bz established to consider
thz relationship bztwzzn existing phusical
plant and architectural planning on this
campus and thz academic hunctions oh the
University; the membership oh this committee
to include at least two stidznts, an architect
and a person hamHiar with community
organization.
Dr. Restrepo explained that the intent of the motion was to initiate
a set of procedures which would eventually lead to the establishment of
a better campus for the University.
He stated that the present campus was aesthetically and architecturally a disaster and that all the shortcomings on the campus could
not be blamed on the lack of adequate financial support.
Criticism was expressed at the existence of a net of roadways on
campus that were built at great expense and the subsequent arrangements
preventing people from using them.
Students from the Applied Science - Agricultural Sciences - Forestry
complex at the South end of the campus did not have adequate eating
facilities near their buildings.  It was also impossible for them to
attend noon-hour lectures, concerts and other functions without being
late for their classes at the South end of campus.  The effectiveness
of programmes for co-operation in teaching between the Department of
Mathematics and the Faculty of Applied Science was undermined by the
tremendous physical separation, and instructors were becoming Increasingly
unwilling to teach courses so far removed from their offices.
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Business arising from the Minutes (continued)
The present building programmes by their lack of concern with
aesthetics were destroying a great deal of the goodwill that the
University had in the past enjoyed from its students, members of Faculty
and the public. A strong case would have to be made on the competence
of the University to manage its resources wisely as it makes further
appeals for public support.  Previous attempts to draw up grandiose
plans had failed because the Architects had been given the impossible
task of planning for a client which did not know its own academic goals.
The University should look at its own physical plant critically and
constructively, and similarly look at the current existing plans for
new construction.
It was felt that this task should not be given to existing
committees who for a variety of reasons had been unable to look at the
long-range implications of building programmes but to a new group of
people who might have a new imaginative approach. ;Q|
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Some members felt that the objectives of the motion could well be "ill
accomplished by existing committees.  A query was raised as to the \■■.$$
It was felt that a new committee could look into other matters
8uch as how to alleviate some of the problems created by the present
architectural form and how well the present structure is likely to
relationship between this proposal and the committees that already
existed to do the job.  It was stated that the Liaison Committee on '§§
Planning Permanent Buildings was still in existence but that it was ;-j N
concerned mainly with the siting of buildings.
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Business arising from the Minutes (continued)
serve what we think are the University's future needs.
Following further debate the motion was put and carried.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject, were applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes
be implemented without formal reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any, of
such new programmes.
(i)   Philosophy 410 to be offered by correspondence as recommended
by the Faculty of Arts.   (P.5507)
(ii)  Extra-sessional course, Commerce 459, to be offered by the
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration.   (P.5507)
(iii) Recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine that the name of the
Department of Radiology be changed to "Department of Diagnostic
Radiology".   (P.5508)'
(iv)  Revision of Calendar statement concerning admission requirements
as recommended by the School of Nursing.   (P.5509)
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean McCreary )
Dean Gardner  )
That thz new award listzd in Appzndix 'A'
bz acczptzd subject to thz approval oh thz
Board of Governors, and that a letter oh
thanks  be sznt to  the donor.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Norris presented the report of the Committee on items referred
to it at the September 15 and November 17, 1971 Senate meetings.
Dr. Norris )
Dean Cowan )
That nzw courses and course changes
in Education, recommended by thz FaculXy
oh Graduatz Stidies and outlined on pagz
5483,  bz approvzd.
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Carried 5518.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Cavers )
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Smith  )
That new courses and course changes in
Agricultural Economics and Animal Scizncz,
rzcommzndzd by thz FaculXy oh Agricultural
Sciences and outlinzd on pagz 5511, bz
approvzd.
Carried
That course changes in PoulXry Science and
Soil Scizncz, rzcommzndzd by thz FaculXy oh
Agricultural Sciznczs and outlinzd on pagz
5511, bz approved.
Carried
As recommended by the Curriculum Committee, Senate agreed to the
changes in regulations proposed by the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences concerning Veterinary Medicine and the Departmental
Research Project as outlined on page 5511 of the Senate minutes.
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Gray   )
That course changes rzcommzndzd by thz
Faculty oh Education, outlinzd on pagz
5512,  bz approved.
Carried
Dr. Norris referred to three programme expansions proposed by the
Elementary Division of the Faculty of Education.  (See page 5512
Senate minutes.) The Committee had studied the proposals but felt
that they should have been referred to the New Programmes Committee.
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Cavers )
Dr. Norris )
Dean White )
That the proposals oh thz Faculty oh
Education concerning programme expansions
be reherred to the New Programmes Committee.
Carried
That new courses in Commerce and Business
Administration, recommended by the FaculXy
oh Graduate Studies and outlinzd on pagz
5512, bz approved.
Carried
Approval of the proposed change in unit value of Planning 520 was
Postponed,
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Dr. Norris    )
Dean McCreary )
Dr. Norris )
Dean Cowan )
That thz proposzd ciiangz in unit valuz oh
Planning  522 and thz proposzd nzw courses
in Crzaiivz Writing, Surgery and Physical
Education and Rzcrzation, rzcommzndzd by
thz FaculXy of Graduatz Studies and outlinzd
on pagz 5513,  be approvzd.
Carried
Thrrt course proposals in Oceanography,
recommended by thz Faculty of Graduate
Stidi.es and outlined in Appendix  'B'  pagz
5544 bz approvzd.
Carried
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to offer an M.F.A. degree in Theatre
Dr. Belshaw presented the report of the Committee.  The
Committee noted that the Master of Fine Arts degree title appeared
to be suitable for the type of programme envisaged by the Department
of Theatre, but that the designation of degrees is currently under
review.  It was also noted that the programmes of study are
already undertaken in the Master of Arts programme so that the
proposal was merely a change in definition and visibility.
Dr. Belshaw ) That Sznatz approve, th.z offering of a
Dr. Moyls   ) Master's programmz in stagz direction
and in scene and costume, design by thz
dzpartmznt oh Thzatrz, and that the
tixiz of, thz dzgrzz aivarded hor this
programmz bz Mastzr oh Finz Arts pznding
thz completion oh tiiz rzvizw oh the. titling
o{ all Master's degrees at this University.
Carried
Proposal to offer a Ph.D. degree in Religious Studies
(Buddhist Studies)
It was reported that the Department of Religious Studies had
a highly respected facultv in the field of Buddhist Studies relating
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to offer a Ph.D. degree in Religious Studies
(Buddhist Studies) - (continued)
particularly to Buddhism in Japan, China and Tibet. The faculty
had excellent library resources and were in a good position to
offer the Ph.D. degree.
Dr. Belshaw ) That Senate approve thz proposed
Dean Cowan  ) programmz and thz award o{ thz Ph.d.
degree in Religious Studies   (Buddhist
Studies).
Carried
Preliminary draft of criteria for priority categories
A draft proposal for use in assigning priority to proposals
referred by Senate to the New Programmes Committee had been
circulated. The proposal listed three criteria - Academic
Significance, Timing and Resources.  Dr. Belshaw explained that
the concept of resources was a broad one and included present
faculty, new faculty, equipment and library facilities that would
be required.
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The Committee had been charged to bring to Senate priorities
relating to the programmes discussed. The intention was to present
to Senate at some future date a listing of the proposals referred
to the Committee during the year indicating in the short form
outlined in the proposal those areas which applied to implementation.
The proposal had not been adopted by the Committee but was
brought before Senate for information and to enable members to
comment. 5521.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Report of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Preliminary draft of criteria for priority categories (continued)
It was suggested that the criteria should also indicate to
what extent programmes were being duplicated at other universities
in the Province.
A further suggestion was made that the Committee should draw
up a set of questions so that Information would be available on the
current and capital expenditure, and what the increases were
likely to be not just in the first year but when a programme became
fully effective.
Dr. Belshaw stated that a process was already in development
and a list of questions had been prepared which requested
Information concerning what competition there would be with
programmes administered elsewhere in the University or neighbouring
universities; what increase in support staff would be required;
and what would be the overall change in budget at current salaries
etc.
Another suggestion was that the Committee should consider
giving an element of priority to new programme proposals which
contained the suggestion that an old programme would be either
abolished or reduced.
Nominating remittee
Recommendations for student membership on Senate committees were
as follows:
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Agenda Committee - A. C. L. Fox
Curriculum Committee     - D. V. Anderson
New Programmes Committee  - J. T, Sydor
Dr. Cavers )
Dean Finn  )
That the recommendations oh the Nominating
Committez bz approved.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculties
The Agenda Committee recommended that items in Category (a) - new
courses or substantial changes - be referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee or to the New Programmes Committee, as appropriate, and that
items in Category (b) - minor changes - be passed by Senate in an
omnibus motion, with the exception of those items questionned by
Senate.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences  (See Appendix 'B')
It was agreed that the proposals for new courses and course
changes were all in Category (a) and were therefore referred to the
Senate Curriculum Committee.
Faculty of Applied Science  (See Appendix 'B')
New courses, course and curriculum proposals were referred to the
Senate Curriculum Committee with the exception of proposals in
Category (b).  It was pointed out that the change in Physics 459
was not a minor one and this recommendation was transferred to
Category (a).
It was suggested that the New Programmes Committee should examine
the proposed changes in the undergraduate programme of the Department 5523.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science  (See Appendix 'B') - (continued)
of Metallurgy. However, following a brief discussion it was agreed
that these should come under Category (a) and be examined by the
Senate Curriculum Committee.
School of Architecture  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed changes in the Calendar statement were referred to the
Senate Curriculum Committee,
Facultv of Arts
(i)
Extra-sessional courses  (See Appendix 'B')
Dean Kenny   ) That thz proposal oh thz FaculXy
Dr. McGregor ) oh Arts to ohher extra-sessional
courses hi°m May - July  7972 be
approved.
Carried
(ii)
New courses, course and curriculum changes
(See Appendix 'B')
Course proposals were referred to the Senate
Curriculum Committee with the exception of items in
Category (b).
(iii)  Proposed new programmes - Bachelor of Music with a major
in opera - Bachelor of Music with a major in sacred music
It was agreed that these proposals be referred to the
New Programmes Committee.
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Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed course changes were listed in Category (b). 5524.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties (continued)
Faculty of Dentistry
Dean Leung   )
Dr. Hardwick )
That Health Care and Epidemiology
400 bz madz elective;  bringing it
into line with the current status
of the. course as it applies to
medical students.
Carried
Faculty of Education
(i)   Diploma Programme in Counselling
The Faculty recommended that the number of units
required for the Diploma Programme in Counselling be
reduced to conform with other diploma programmes.
Dr. Gray   ) That thz proposal to rzducz thz
Mr. Osborne )  number oh units rzQuirzd hor t/ie
diploma Programmz in Counszlling
hrom 30 to 14 bz approvzd.
Carried
(ii)  New courses, course and curriculum changes - Elementary
Division  (See Appendix 'B')
The proposals were referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee and it was agreed that the following courses be
changed from Category (b) to Category (a):  Education 472,
473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 487 and Social Studies 302.
A query was raised concerning the phrase "approaches
to non-grading" in the description of Education 487.  It was
explained that this referred to the question of dispensing
with Grades 1 to 7 and the problems arising from this trend. 5525.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Education (continued)
(iii) Proposed course and curriculum changes - Secondary Division
(See Appendix 'B')
These proposals were listed in Category (b) with the
exception of page 1 of the submission concerning Social
Studies which was referred to the New Programmes Committee.
Faculty of Forestry  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposed calendar changes were referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee with the exception of proposals in Category (b).
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposals for new courses, course and curriculum changes were
referred to the Senate Curriculum Committee with the exception of
proposals in Category (b).  It was agreed that Mechanical Engineering
575 be changed from Category (b) to Category (a).
Attention was also drawn to Mechanical Engineering 576 and 577.
It was stated that these were similar to other courses being given on
campus and in the case of 576 this did not appear to be of graduate
course calibre.
Faculty of Law  (See Appendix 'B')
The proposed course changes were listed in Category (b).
School of Nursing  (See Appendix *B')
Dean McCreary ) That thz proposal oh thz School o{
Dr. Cavers   ) Nursing to ohher extra-sessional
courses hi°m May - lufy  '972 be approved.
Carried
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties (continued)
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Promotion requirements and additional regulations for supplemental
examinations
Dean Riedel explained that the Faculty proposed to establish
a new standard of promotion.  Students would be promoted only if
they passed all required courses with an average of 60%. A student
not fulfilling the requirements might raise his standing through
supplemental examinations.
Dean Riedel    )     That the proposal to raise promotion
Dr. Brown       )     reouiremznts and to introduce additional
regulations ho*- supplemental examinations
bz approvzd.
The Chairman asked what would happen to a student who failed
the supplemental. Dean Riedel explained that it was the student's
average which counted and if he failed the supplemental he would
have to repeat the required courses of that year.  It was pointed
out that the majority of courses in each year of the Pharmaceutical
Science programme were required courses.
The Chairman was concerned that too many different regulations
among the various Faculties would cause confusion.
Dr, Scagel stated that in response to a suggestion by Senate
the Faculty of Science had examined their promotion policies some
time ago and had submitted a proposal to Senate. This had been
referred to a committee and the Faculty were still awaiting action
on the proposals.
Following further discussion it was agreed that the proposals
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Promotion requirements and additional regulations for supplemental
examinations (continued)
of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Faculty of
Science be brought back to the next meeting of Senate for further
discussion.
School of Physical Education and Recreation  (See Appendix 'B')
Proposals for new courses were referred to the Senate Curriculum
Committee.
Faculty of Science
(i)   Extra-sessional courses  (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Scagel ) That thz proposal of thz FaculXy oh
Dr. Movls  ) Scizncz to ohhzr extra-sessional
courses, hi°m May - July  7972 bz
approvzd.
Carried
(ii)  New courses, course and curriculum proposals
(See Appendix 'B')
It was agreed that the proposals be referred to the
Senate Curriculum Committee with the exception of those
courses listed in Category (b).
All Faculties
Dr. Norris        )     That the course and curriculum
Dean Gardner   )      proposals o{ the Faculties listed
as Category (b) in Appendix 'B'
be approved.
Carried
Annual Report of the Centre for Continuing Education 1970-71
Mr.  Selman commented on the report.    He stated that this was
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Annual Report of the Centre for Continuing Education 1970-71 (continued)
the first year in which the Centre had operated under its new name
and with its new organizational relationships. The Council for the
Centre was operational and It was hoped to get increasingly effective
advice from the Council about the development of programmes.  The
President's Co-ordinating Committee on Continuing Education was now
engaged in a study of the financing of continuing education on campus.
Registration was approximately the same as in the previous year.
During the past year about 3,300 students registered for the 165 credit
courses offered by the Faculties through the Centre. Approximately 450
non-credit courses were offered with a registration figure of about
17,500 students.  The non-credit courses were equally divided between
courses in the professions and courses in the field of general or
liberal education.  Consultations were taking place with other
institutions, universities and colleges in the Province in order to
co-ordinate programming efforts.
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The Centre had become more directly involved in the work of the
Indian Education Resources Centre on campus which was doing significant
work with respect to the role of young Indians in the field of
education.
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Mr. Selman referred to the Summer Language Institute which is
teaching both English and French as second languages to young students.
One area particularly in need of development was that of courses
for credit towards a degree which might be taken by part-time students 5529.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Annual Report of the Centre for Continuing Education 1970-71 (continued)
in the evening.  It was hoped that the Senate committee now studying
this would recommend more adequate provision of courses in this area.
It was felt that in this respect the Centre's programme fell short of
what the community needed and expected from the University.
The Centre had worked more closely this year with Departments and
Faculties in planning programmes and appreciated the co-operation and
assistance extended to it by administrators and faculty members.
Concern was expressed at the growing number of part-time students
at the University.  Comments were requested on the significance of the
decline over a three year period in the number of on-campus short
courses and credit correspondence courses. Mr. Selman stated that the
figure for on-campus short courses in 1968-69 had been unusually high
and was not typical. Also there was an increasing difficulty in
holding short courses on campus because of the lack of space.  With
respect to credit correspondence courses it was stated that the
Faculties were moving towards Third and Fourth Year levels since the
Colleges were now making available First and Second Year courses, and
this had affected the demand.
It was suggested that there should be a slight change of emphasis
in the Centre's programme. Course offerings listed in the report
showed a greater weight of courses concerning distributing wealth
rather than creating wealth.  It was felt that there should be more
emphasis on production and a little less on distribution.
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Annual Report of the Centre for Continuing Education 1970-71 (continued)
Attention was drawn to a reference in the report to the possible
development in the coming year of a downtown centre for continuing
education.  It was explained that the Centre had in mind the
establishment of an off-campus location for the convenience of people
taking their evening courses.  Concern was expressed at the development
of a downtown centre which would be a college under a different name
and could have unfortunate consequences unless there were a close
relationship with colleges operating in the same field.  It was agreed
that there would have to be close consultation with other institutions
if the idea of an off-campus centre were developed.
In answer to a query concerning the statistical information
contained on page 43 of the report it was stated that there was a large
number of part-time students at the University which was not reflected
in the figures shown because they did not take part in programmes
administered by the Centre.
Report on Registration 1971-72
The report on registration for 1971-72 was circulated for
information. Total enrolment for the Winter Session was 19,826
compared to 20,937 in 1970-71.
It was agreed that in future reports Summer Session enrolment
figures be Included in order to reflect the total number of students
admitted in the year.
Correspondence
Letters of thanks were received from the following persons who had 5531.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Correspondence (continued)
been granted emeritus status by Senate:
Miss S. M. Boyles;  Miss M. Cottingham; Dean G. F. Curtis;
Miss S. M. Deyell;  Dr. C E. Dolman;  Miss E. E. Harris;
Dean V. J. Okulitch;  Dr. C. E. Smith; Mr. J. E. Smith.
Other Business
Dr, Hardwick asked if the Academic Planner had any information
concerning apparently obsolete courses; ones with minimum enrolment;
old programmes and potential duplication of courses at this University
and courses offered at other universities in the area. Dr. Clark
requested that Dr. Hardwick put his questions in writing and he
would see what could be put before Senate.
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The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
January 19,  1972.
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'A
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New Award Recommended to Senate
The Cattermole-Trethewey Bursary
A bursary, the gift of Robert Kenny, is offered to students in
Forestry. An award of $150 will be available in each of the
sessions 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75. The award will be made to
a deserving undergraduate beginning or continuing studies in the
Faculty of Forestry. 5533.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
(a) = new courses or substantial changes
(b) = minor chanp.es
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Sciences
(a)  Changes 101 and 201 change in title and description
Soil Science
(a) New courses       300 (l*j) Soil and Man I
301 (1*<) Soil and Man IT
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Chemical Engineering
(b) Deletion 398
Civil Engineering
(b)  Chanpes C.E. 356 chanpe in description
C.E. 373 chanpe in description and unit value
C.E. 367 chanpe in description
Diploma course in surveying - chanpe in
prerequisites
Fourth Year Survevinp Option - change in
electives
Electrical Engineering
(b) Deletions        EE 479 and 481
Chanpes EE 477 chanpe in description
EF 483 chanpe in contents and description
EE 485 chanpe in description
Fnpineerinp Phvsics
(a)  Chanpes Phvsics 459 chanpe in content and description
(b)   Chanpes In Fourth Year Oceanopraphv option
- delete Oceanopraphv 401 i
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics (continued)
5534.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
(b)   Changes in programme for Third and Fourth Years
- add EE.366; delete EE.363 and 465
Geological Engineering
(b)  Changes
Second Year - add Ap.Sc. 281 and Geol. 206
delete Geol. 304
Third Year
- add Geol. 304
delete Math. 251, Min. 351,
Ap.Sc. 251, Min.350, Geol. 203,
Ap.Sc. 281 will not be given
in Third Year after 1972-73
Fourth Year - add C.E. 473, E.E. 366, Geol.
203; delete Min. 350
Mechanical Engineering
(b)  Changes
Deletions
(a) New course
(a)  Changes
Deletion
Metallurgy
(a) Changes
Ap.Sc. 275 change in course content
M.E. 154 and M.E. 492
Third Year  - add E.E. 365, E.E. 370,
delete E.E. 351
Fourth Year - delete E.E. 465, Math. 450
M.E. 470 (l*s)  Experiemental Stress Analysis
M.E. 363, 463, 465, 468 change in descriptions
M.E. 467 change in unit value and hours
M.E. 469 to be offered in second term
M.E. 478
Second and Third Year Metallurgy re-arranged.
Second Year programme to consist of a core of
15*5 units, four of which may be chemistry
courses or mechanics courses.  Students
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APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metallurgy
(a) Changes (continued)
(a)
required to take 3 units of electives. Change
Ap.Sc. 270 and 275 from required courses for
all Metallurgy students. Add Chem. 253 and
257 to Metallurgy curriculum for students who
wish to emphasize extractive or process
metallurgy.  Incorporate not less than 3 units
of electives in the Metallurgy curriculum.
Third Year - change M.E. 367 from a required
course to a preferred elective.  Change Min.
371 from a required course to a preferred
elective with new unit value, (1*5) instead of
(2).
Third Year - Increase physical metallurgy
content of the core by adding one unit. Add
two new courses (Met.377 and 383) and E.E.
370 as preferred electives.
Structure of Metals I
Physical Metallurgy
Welding and Joining
Ceramic Processing
Structure of Metals (II)
New courses
Metallurgy 370 (2)
376 (2)
377 (1)
383 (2)
470 (2)
Mining 371 (1)
Principles of Mineral
Processing
Mineral Engineering
(b) Changes
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
(h) Changes
Third Year Mineral Engineering curriculum
add Geol. 354; delete Math. 251.
305 change in title., description & unit value
400 change in description and unit value
401 change in description and unit value
411 change in title
420 change in unit value and description
421 change in unit value and description
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Course and Curriculum Changes
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
5536.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
(b)  Changes (continued)
433 change in title
434 change in title
440 change in title, description and unit value
441 change in title and unit value
444 change in title
455 change in title
460 change in description
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extra-sessional courses May-July 1972
Anthropology
Asian Studies
Economics
English
Fine Arts
History
Linguistics
Philosophy
Political Science 204
Psychology
Sociology
330 Peasants in the Third World - Directed
Study Abroad, Mexico and Cuba
402 Comparative Ethnography of a Special
Area (S.E. Asia)
412 Introduction to Anthropological Problems
345 Indian Literature in Translation
200 Principles of Economics
490 Applied Economics
200 Literature and Composition
303 English Composition
321 Approaches to Poetry
360 Sixteenth-Century Survey to 1611
440 Canadian Literature
450 A survey of American Literature
497 Directed Study Abroad - Italy
329 The Social Development of Canada
300 Advanced Studies in Linguistics
410 Philosophical Problems
International Relations
100 Introductory Psychology
200 Experimental Psychology
316 Methods in Research
409 Cognitive Processes
413 Sensation and Perception
361 Social Stratification
412 Introduction to Sociological Problems
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Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Anthropology & Sociology
(a) New Courses
5537.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
(b)  Changes
Deletions
Classics
(a) New courses
(b) Change
Economics
(a) New courses
OO Changes
Anthropology 305 (3) Theory in Archaeology
410 (3)  PreHistory of a Special
Area
Sociology   210 (3) Canadian Social Issues
220 (3)  Sociology of Life-Styles
270 (3)  Introduction to Comparative Social Institutions
320 (3)  Studies in Mass Society
410 (3) Applied Sociology
420 (3)  Sociology of Modernization
430 (3) Visual Sociology
Sociology 260 change in description
353 now 453 change in number, title
and description
362 change in description
363 now 468 change in number
468 now 363 change in number
475 change in title and description
Sociology 200, 357, 400, 467, 469, 412
Classical Studies 332 (3)  The Roman Republic
435 (3)  Greek History from
403 B.C. to Roman
Times
Latin 408 (3) Latin Literature in Prose
Classical Studies 433 change in description
Economics 312 (3)  Political Economy of
Capitalism
370 (l*g) The Economics of Project
and Programme Evaluation
371 (1*5) Problems in Natural
Resource Use
Economics 470 change in description
480 change in description
492 change in unit value
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
English
(a) New courses
(b)  Changes
Deletions
Fine Arts
(b) Change
Geography
(a) New courses
(b) Changes
German
(a) New courses
(b) Changes
English 211 (3) Practical Criticism
325 (3) Studies in Major Authors
341 (3)  The English Novel from
Joseph Conrad to the Present
English 340 and 425 change in title
English 372, 395.
Fine Arts 477 change in description
Geography 423 (1*5)  Attitudes Towards the
North American Environment
448 (1*5) Directed Studies in
Geography
Geography 311 change in description
324 change in title and description
407 change in number, title and
description, (now 327)
424 change ln title and description
371 change in description
379 change in description
401 change in description
449 change in description
492 offered only in Summer Session
411 change in unit value
214 re-entered in Calendar
German 411 (3)  Introduction to Scandinavian
Literature
430 (3)  German Technical Translation
German 101 change in title
201 change in description
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APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS
German (continued)
Course renumbering:
407 now 400; 409 now 402; 406 now 403;
400 now 406; 410 now 407; 413 now 408;
401 now 409; 412 now 410.
Deletion German 230
Hispanic & Italian Studies
(b) Change
History
(a) New course
(b) Change
Linguistics
(a) New courses
Philosophy
(a) New courses
Deletions
Political Science
(a) New courses
(b)  Changes
Deletions
Italian 400 change in description
History 401 (3) French Canada from the End
of the Eighteenth Century
to the Present
History 307 change in title
435 (3) Contrastive Linguistics
445 (3)  Sociolinguistics
Philosophy 302 (1*-;) Deductive Logic
303 (l*s) Intermediate Logic
304 (1*5) Probability and Induction
305 (l*s) Philosophy of Logic
Philosophy 302 (old), 454
Political Science 420 (3) The Political
Economy of Canada
470 (3) Public Policy and
its Administration
Political Science 428 change in title
Political Science 416, 425
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Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Psychology
(b) Change
Slavonic Studies
5540.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
Psychology 409 change in description
(a) New courses
Deletions
Theatre
(a) New courses
Slavonic Studies 105 (3)  Introduction to
Russia and Eastern
Europe
307 (3) Modern East European
Literatures in
Translation
Polish 345, Slavonic Studies 412
Theatre 334 (3) Animation
433 (3)  Projects in Film and
Television
434 (3)  Studies in Film and Television
455 (3) Advanced Technical Theatre
and Stage Management
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
(b)  Changes
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
(a) New courses
410 and 411 change in title and description
(a) Changes
L.
Education 487 (3) Recent Developments in
Elementary Education
380 Outdoor Environmental Studies
Education 472 change in title and description
473 change in title and description
474 change in title and description
475 change in title and description
476 change in description
477 change in title and description
Social Studies 302 to be replaced by
Education 402
Primary Education Major - add Ed. 380 to
electives
Secondary Division
(a)  Social Studies - new "Concentration" and new "Major" (Emphasis
Canadian Studies)
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division (continued)
(b) Add Ed. 493 to list of electives in Fifth Year and One Year
Programme
(b) English Concentration and English Major - minor calendar changes
(b) Mathematics Concentration - add Math. 413; change Math. 495 to
Math. 445
(b) Mathematics Major - First and Second Years, add Computer Science
210
Senior Years, add Math. 413; change Math. 495
to Math. 445
(b) Special Education Department - Ed. 418 chanpe in description
(b) Education 408 - change in unit value
414 - change in title and description
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
(a) New courses
(b)  Changes
362 (3) Timber Harvesting
395 (l*s) Forest Wildlife Ecology
462 (1*5) Industrial Forest Management
495 change in description
359 change in number (now 331)
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FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anthropology and Sociology
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(a) New course
Botany
(b) Change
Deletion
Anthropology 525 (3) Computerized Semantic
Analysis of Myth
Botany 515 change in description
Botany 517
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Wednesday, December 15,  1971.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Chanpes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Chemistry
(a) New courses
(a) Change
Civil Engineering
(a) New courses
(b) Changes
Commerce
(a) New course
(b) Changes
Chemistry 509 (1)  Electron and photon impact
spectroscopy
510 (1) Magnetic Resonance
Chemistry 519 change in title and description
Civil Engineering 587 (l*s) Transit Operations
Engineering
588 (1) Transit Design
Engineering
Civil Engineering 569 chanpe in description
and unit value
521 change in unit value
Commerce 596 (l*j) Managerial Decision Making
Commerce 583 change in title and description
584 and 585 change in unit value
Creative Writing
(b) Change C.W. 507 change in title
Community & Regional Planning
(b) Changes
Computer Science
(a)    New courses
Education
(a)    New course
Planning 425,  500,  501,  502,  505,  508 change
in description
510 (1*5) Numerical Methods in Partial
Differential Equations  I
520 (1*5) Numerical Methods in Partial
Differential Equations  II
542  (1-3) Topics  in Numerical Computation
584   (3)    Human Development:  Self Processes In
Education 5543.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
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APPENDIX 'B
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
Electrical Engineering
(a) New course
(a) Change
(b) Changes
(b) Deletions
Forestry
(a) New course
Geophysics
(b) Changes
Mathematics
(b)  Change
E.E. 572 (*5-l)  Advanced Topics in Control
E.E. 575 change in title and description
E.E. 564 change in title
591 change in description and unit value
589 change in unit value
E.E. 577, 581, 593, and 595
Forestry 505 (1-3)  Advanced Studies in
Forest Ecosystems
Geophysics 512 change in description
501 change in description
Astronomy 501 chanpe in description
Mathematics 509 chanpe in title
Mechanical Engineering
(a) New courses
M.E. 553 (1*5) Advanced Design I
554 (l*s) Advanced Design II
591 (l*s) Industrial Aerodynamics
555 (1) Hydrodynamic Lubrication
556 (1) Boundary Lubrication
565 (1) Linear Vibrations I
566 (1) Linear Vibrations II
576 (l*s) Advanced Thermodynamics
577 (1*5) Statistical Thermodynamics
580 (l*s) Theory of Ideal Fluids
581 (l*s) Theory of Low-Speed Airfoils
587 (1) Engineering Acoustics I
588 (1) Engineering Acoustics II
589 (1*5) Aerodynamic Noise I
590 (1*5) Aerodynamic Noise II 5544.
Wednesday, December  15,   1971.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Mechanical Enpineerinp (continued)
(a) Change
(b) Changes
(b) Deletions
(a) Deletions
Metallurgy
(a) New course
(b) Changes
(b) Deletion
Oceanography
(a) New course
(b) Change
Pathology
(a) Change
(h) Change
(b) Deletion
M.E. 575 chanpe in title, units and description
M.E. 583 and 584 chanpe in description and
unit value
M.E. 559, 560, and 574
M.F.. 563, M.F. 565 (old), M.E. 566 (old),
M.E. 571, M.E. 581 (old), M.E. 587 (old),
M.E. 588 (old).
Metallurpy 560 (2) Metallurgical Transport
Processes
554 chanpe in description and
unit value
584 chanpe in description
552
Oceanography 509 (1) Biological Oceanographic
Mechanisms
508 chanpe in description
Pathology 520 change in title and description
502 chanpe in title
521
Physical Education & Recreation
(a) New courses
573 (l*j)  Seminar in Mechanical Analysis of
Human Movement
581 (1*5)  Seminar in the Sociological Aspects
of Sport 5545.
Wednesday, December 15,  1971.
APPENDIX  'B
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Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Physical Education & Recreation (continued)
(b) Deletion
Physics
(a) New courses
530A
Physics 533 (1)  Laser Physics
539 (1) Waves and Tides
542 (1) Waves in Rotating Fluids
(539 and 542 replace former 2 unit course 539)
(a) Deletion 539 (old)
(b) Changes
517 change in description
518 chanpe in title and description
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Plant Science
(a) New courses
(a) Changes
(b) Changes
(b) Deletions
Theatre
(a) New course
FACULTY OF LAW
(b) Changes
Plant Science 525 (3)  Crop Ecophysiology
536 (2)  Plant Virologv
537 (3-5) Topics in Plant
Pathology
511, 513, 516, 517, change in
description
538 change in title
530 change in unit value
509, 510, 512
Theatre 521 (3)  Styles in Directing
207 and 244 change in description and unit
value
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Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes (continued)
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Extra-sessional courses May-July 1972
Nursing 253 (3)  Behavioural Patterns in Illness and Health
281 (1)  Introduction to Statistics and Research Methods
357 (3)  Perspectives in Mursinp
SCHOOL OF PHYSIC AT, EDUCATION AIT) RFCRF.ATTON
(a) New courses
Recreation 375 (1*5)  Recreation Leadership
and the Group Process
Physical Education 229 (1)  Souash, Handball
and Racketball
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Extra-sessional courses Mav-Julv 1972
Mathematics 318 (3)  Discrete Pandon Processes
Computer Science 210 (3)  Algorithms and Programming
Astronomv
(b) Chanpe
Astronomy 421 change in unit value
Calendar chanpes in the Fourth Year Astronomy majors programme
and the Combined Honours Astronomv and Physics programme
(b) Chanpes
Biochemistry
(b)  Chanpe
Biology
(a) New course
(b) Chanpes
Botany
(b)  Chanpes
Astronomv 200, 320, 420, 421, 431, 449 and
General course 310, chanpe in description
Biocbenistry 412 chanpe in description
and unit value
Biology 313 (l*s)  Elementary Molecular Biology
101 and 102 change in description
Botanv 305 and 330 chanpe in hours 5547.
Wednesday, December 15, 1971.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Botany (continued)
(b) Changes
Botany 425 delete, now split into tx*o courses:
426 (2) Plant Synecology and
427 (2) Plant Autecology
Chemistry 2.08 (3) Physical and Inorganic
Coordination Chemistry
305 change in description
Chemistry
(a) New course
(b) Changes
Computer Science
Change in Calendar statement - Credit may be obtained for only
one of Computer Science 201, 251 and 210. Computer Science 200
may be taken for credit in conjunction with either Computer
Science 201 or 251, but not with 210.
(b) Changes
Geology
(b) Chanpes
302 chanpe in description
402 chanpe in description and prerequisites
Geology 324 chanpe in description
405 addition to description
409 addition of prerequisite course
410 change in description
Geophysics
(b) Second Year Majors programme - replace Geology 304 with
Geology 210
(b) Fourth Year Majors programme - replace 2 units from Geology 300,
317, 309 or 311 with Geology 304
(b) Changes
Replace Geophysics 404, 405 and 406 with:
Geophysics 415 (3) Geophysical Analysis
0>) Combined Honours Geophysics and Geolopy programme, Fourth Year -
add Astronomy 320 to the choice of Physics courses offered
0>) Changes
Geophysics 201, 301, 310, 400, 402 change in
description 412 change in title
and description 5548.
Wednesday, December 15,  1971.
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (continued)
Mathematics
(b) Chanpes
Microbiology
(b) Changes
Drop Mathematics 204. Remove Mathematics 401
from the Calendar; Mathematics credit to be
given for Computer Science 402.  To be
reviewed each year.  Delete "I" from the
title of Mathematics 422.
Microbiology 321 correction of prerequisite:
324 and 325 must precede or be
taken concurrently (to replace
323)
324 chanpe in description
(b) Add Microbiology to Fourth Year majors and honours electives
(b) Delete Botany 303 and Microbiology 402 from Science electives;
further electives added.
Physi
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(b) Chanpe
Phvsics 115 chanpe in hours

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