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Array Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
The third regular meeting of the Senate of the University of
British Columbia for the Session 1967-68 was held on Wednesday,
December 13, 1967 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:  Dean W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C S.
Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Rev. J. Blewett, Mr. C B. Bourne, Mr. F. K.
Bowers, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. C M. Campbell, Jr., Dr. J. D. Chapman,
Dr. R. M. Clark, Dean I. McTaggart-Cowan, Dean G. F. Curtis, Miss K.
Emmott, Mr. D. A. Freeman, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner,
The Hon. Howard C Green, Dean D. M. Healy, Mr. W. L. Holland,
Dr. D. T. Kenny, Dr. P. Larkin, Mr. R. R. Larsen, Rev. E. C Lebel,
Mr. S. L. Lipson, Mr. S. Lefeaux, Dean S. W. Leung, Dr. A. J. McClean,
Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J. F. McCreary, Mr. Justice J. MacDonald,
Dr. C A. McDowell, Mr. J. McGechaen, Dr. J. R. Mcintosh, Mrs. H. J.
MacKay, Mr. D. F. Manders, Mr. G. Mate, Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. Finlay A.
Morrison, Dr. H. P. Oberlander, Dean V. J. Okulitch, Dr. G. J. Parfitt,
Dr. A. J. Renney, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. R. D. Russell, Dean N. V.
Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw, Dr. D. V. Smiley, Dr. J. H. G.
Smith, Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. E. D. Sutcliffe,
Dr. C H. N. Tower, Mr. M. Waldman, Mrs. B. E. Wales, Dr. H. V. Warren,
Dr. Wm. A. Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams,
Dr. S. H. Zbarsky.
Observers:  Mr. J. Banham, Mr. A. Myers, Mr. G. R. Selman, Mr. H. Elder.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received
from Mr. J. M. Buchanan, Dr. M. Bloom, Dr. D. M. Brousson, Mr. W. T.
Brown, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dr. W. C Gibson, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. N. A. Hall,
Dr. W. S. Hoar, Dr. H. L. Keenleyside, Mr. John R. Meredith, Dr. W.
Opechowski, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Rev. W. S. Taylor.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Gardner )   That the Minutes of the second regular meeting
Dean Shaw    )   of Senate for the Session 1967-68 held on
October 25, 1967 and the Minutes of the Special
Meeting of Senate held on November 15, 1967
having been circulated, be taken as read and
adopted.
3843 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3844
Minutes of the Previous Meeting  (Continued)
It was suggested that the second line of the penultimate paragraph
on Page 3840 should be amended to read:  "Mr. Stover replied that it
had been considered but was not an integral part of the plan."
The motion was then carried with the above amendment.
Business Arising from the Minutes of the Previous Meeting
The Chairman explained that the addition of the student senators to
the sub-committees of Senate had been dealt with and a full set of
committees for the 1967-68 session had been circulated.
The location of the proposed Administration building was questioned
by some members who were convinced that it would prove to be an
impediment to necessary future expansion in the Health Sciences area
adjacent to the Dentistry building.  As the opening of tenders for the
new building was imminent the Chairman suggested that he and the Bursar
meet with Dr. S. M. Friedman and Dr. H. P. Oberlander the following
morning to discuss the problem.
It was suggested that to avoid a repetition of this sort of
problem provision should be made for the Board of Governors to inform
both Senate and Heads of Departments in contiguous areas of the proposed
erection of a new building. The information should be provided about
six months prior to action being taken in order to give those concerned
an opportunity to bring their reasoned comments to the Board of
Governors.
* Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
Business Arising from the Minutes of the Previous Meeting  (Continued)
There was a brief discussion of the resolution passed at the
October meeting concerning the possibility of restrictions being
necessary on enrolment.  It was pointed out that no change had been
made in the requirements for admission of students from the schools of
this Province, nor had any limitation been imposed.  Any restriction on
enrolment if found necessary would follow notification to this effect
from the Board of Governors which exercises this authority.
Notification of Approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate Recommendations
1. Calendar Statements:
(a) Possible need for restriction on enrolment (P.3826-27).
(b) Amended admission requirements, students from Grade XII
B.C. (P.3828).
(c) Amended admission requirements, students entering from
Grade XII, other provinces (P.3828-29).
2. That Education 400 be offered by correspondence and that General
Science 309 and Education 406 be offered as extra-sessional
courses during 1967-68.
3. That Biochemistry 410 of the Third Year and Pharmacy 220 of the
Second Year be interchanged and that Pharmacy 230 be discontinued.
4. The establishment of an Institute of Asian and Slavonic Studies,
and an Institute of International Relations subject to funds being
available.
Report of the Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate
At its meeting of October 25, 1967 Senate had referred to the
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate the following
motion:
3845 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3846
Report of the Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate (Continued)
"That the Senate meetings and all their proceedings
be made public with the proviso that upon the request
of two-thirds of the attending members the current
business be dealt with in camera."
The Chairman of the sub-committee was asked to speak and in the
first instance:
Mr. Bourne )
Dr. Clark  )
That the report of the Committee on the Role
and Organization of Senate on the above
motion be received.
Carried
Mr. Bourne )
Dr. Clark  )
That the report of the Committee on the Role
and Organization of Senate be adopted, the
recommendations being:
1. that a public gallery at Senate meetings
should not be established;
2. that the University publish an informative
agenda of Senate prior to meetings of
Senate; and
3. that the University publish as soon as
practicable after each Senate meeting a
summary of its proceedings including the
arguments made for and against the adoption
of policies, this publication to be circulated to the Board, Senate, Faculty, the
Ubyssey and interested daily newspapers.
It was reported that the members of the committee had been
unanimous in accepting the principle that the business and proceedings
of Senate should have current and widespread circulation. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3847
Report of the Committee on the Role and Organization of
Senate (Continued)
Although not unanimous in opposition to open meetings of Senate the
majority were of the opinion that provision of a gallery would inhibit
free discussion and drive effective debate into caucus.  The hazards
of misquotation and misunderstanding of statements of members as
reported in the press were considered significant.
In the ensuing discussion there was strong support for a gallery
although some opinion was that visitors admitted to Senate meetings
should be limited to faculty and students.  Opinion was expressed that
a gallery would not inhibit debate but might encourage it. Attention
was drawn to the Faculty poll that favoured open Senate meetings and to
the fact that all student candidates for Senate membership had spoken
in favour of a gallery.
However, the focus of the debate was on the concept of Senate's
basic function.  Was it political-legislative or legislative-executive?
The weight of argument favoured the latter.  The argument that these two
functions could be coincident by use of the mechanism of forming a
committee-of-the-whole and clearing the gallery was refuted as
impracticable in view of the nature of debates and the impossibility of
foreseeing the need for in camera sittings.
Mr. Waldman )    That the vote on the proposal be by secret
Dr. Clark   )    ballot.
Lost Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3848
Report of the Committee on the Role and Organization of
Senate (Continued)
The motion on the recommendation of the Committee on the Role and
Organization of Senate was then put and carried by a vote of 40 to 15.
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
A summary of the changes in awards shown in Appendix A had been
circulated.
Dean Scarfe  )   That the changes in awards be accepted, subject
Dean Okulitch )   to the approval of the Board of Governors, and
that letters of thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Faculty Membership
Faculty of Forestry
(a) Three members of the Faculty of Science representing the
departments of Botany, Chemistry and Zoology - one of these
members to be specifically designated as the representative
from the Faculty of Science.
(b) One member of the Department of Geography chosen annually by
the Head of that Department.
Faculty of Pharmacy
Addition of a representative of the Department of Physiology.
These represent changes in the constitution of Faculties as
approved by Senate at its meeting of December 16, 1964. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3849
Faculty Membership (Continued)
The Dean of the Faculty of Forestry made it clear that the changes
were merely to ensure that the members from the Faculty of Science
were clearly defined in their representation as there had been some
misunderstandings in the past.
Continuing Education in the Health Sciences
Senate received a brief statement indicating that those Faculties
and Schools associated with the Health Sciences Centre planned to
establish an administrative structure to facilitate co-operation in
continuing education in the health professions.
It was pointed out that the statement presented to Senate had
not, in fact, been presented to all the Faculties concerned and that
*
the Faculties of Dentistry and Pharmacy had specifically objected to
the use of the term "Centre".  The proposal had yet to be discussed by
the School of Nursing.
The relationship of such an organization to the Department of
University Extension was queried.  The Director of the Department
assured Senate that he had been consulted and that his Department would
shortly be making a full report to Senate with the expectation that a
review of such matters would follow.
It was reported that as soon as the proposal had been fully
considered it would be referred back to the Co-ordinating Committee of
the Health Sciences Centre, before being returned to Senate.
See Page 3887 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3850
Proposals from the Faculties (See Appendix 'B')
On behalf of the Chairman of the Curriculum Committee who had been
unable to attend,
Dr. Chapman   )  That individual proposals of the Faculties
Dr. Morrison  )  and Schools be accepted subject to review
by the Senate Curriculum Committee on the
understanding that this Committee will be
guided by the discussions which take place
this evening in Senate and by written statements received from Senate members by
January 5, 1968 and finally, that any questions
not resolved by January 15 would be referred
back to the next meeting of Senate.
Carried
Items referred to the New Programmes Committee for consideration
were the proposal from the Faculty of Education for a new Diploma
Programme in Education of the Deaf, and a proposal from the Faculty of
Science for the establishment of a Department of Computer Science.
Faculty of Agriculture
The Dean indicated that the recommendations represented minor
changes, most of them in Animal Science.
Faculty of Applied Science
The Dean explained that there were a number of changes, particularly
in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.  In most of the
departments involved the course load had been decreased, except
for one or two instances where there was a slight increase.
School of Architecture
Mr. Henry Elder had been invited to attend the meeting and was
asked to explain the proposals of the School.  Mr. Elder explained Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3851
Proposals from the Faculties
School of Architecture (Continued)
that the two-week pre-session workshop had proved inadequate to
provide the stimulus to creative thinking so necessary for
beginners in Architecture.  The School was of the opinion that the
extension of the workshop by four weeks would permit accomplishment
of this objective.
He further reported that the School recommended a change in their
admission policy to require a baccalaureate degree of most applicants beginning in 1969.
He also noted that Mathematics 202 had been inadvertently
omitted from the statement presented to Senate indicating prerequisites for admission to the School.
The Chairman explained that there would be no change in admission
requirements for 1968.
The additional costs to students for the extended First Year were
pointed out but Mr. Elder reported that a census of students' views
had favoured the plan.
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Dean White explained that the changes and additions were to
accommodate the revision of the undergraduate curriculum approved
earlier by Senate. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3852
Proposals from the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Dentistry
Programme of Dental Hygiene
The Dean reported that the courses had already been approved
and that the material presented was intended for the 1968-69
calendar.
An objection was raised to the use of the term "professional"
in connection with this course. The Chairman suggested that
the item be reviewed following a study of the wording in the
Calendars of the Universities of Toronto, Alberta and Manitoba
where similar programmes were described.
Faculty of Education
The Dean had no comments to make but a member commented on the
growth of two independent departments of Psychology at this
University.  There were at least 10 psychology courses under
Education and practically equivalent courses in the Department of
Psychology.  It was agreed that the attention of the Curriculum
Committee be directed to this matter.
Faculty of Forestry
There was no discussion of this submission which represented
minor adjustments only. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3853
Proposals from the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Dean explained that the proposed course changes did not represent
more than minimum adjustments. He also explained that it had been
the custom to accept only courses numbered 400 and above in a
Ph.D. programme. The proposal to permit courses at the 300 level
for credit on a Ph.D. degree programme on the same basis as 400
level courses was justified by the additional flexibility provided
and the lack of distinction between courses at this level.  Courses
at the 300 and 400 level would not normally be taken except in a
field ancillary to a student's main subject of study.
School of Home Economics
The proposals were minor and consisted chiefly of readjustments
of the programme in Nutrition.
Faculty of Law
The Dean explained that the proposal to change the deadline for
applications for admission to the Faculty from July 31 to July 1
was to permit additional time for the study of the applications
by the Admissions Committee.
He also explained the proposal to institute a $50 deposit payable
by those students who had been notified that they had been
accepted.  The purpose was to permit greater accuracy in
allocation of places in the First Year class. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3854
Proposals from the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Medicine
The Dean asked that the proposal to divide Biochemistry 410 into
two courses totalling kh  units which was still under discussion
be withdrawn from the Faculty submission to this meeting of
Senate.
He explained that the proposal of the Department of Physiology was
an attempt to provide greater depth in the teaching of this
subject.
School of Nursing
Dean Armstrong explained that the changes in the School of Nursing
were substantial.  The course load for both staff and students
had been getting progressively heavier over the past few years and
field work had carried through to July.  The proposed changes
would reduce the work to a reasonable level and provide a three-
month break each summer for the students.
The Dean was asked to check into the necessity of courses in
Nursing overlapping those of the Department of Psychology and
possibly other departments.
Faculty of Pharmacy
The Dean reported that the proposed changes were relatively
insignificant.  Comments on the paucity of humanities or social
science courses in the Pharmacy curriculum were answered by noting Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3855
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Pharmacy (Continued)
the similarity with programmes in other Faculties and by pointing
out that recommended electives were generally non-science.
School of Physical Education
The proposals were minor and were discussed only briefly.
Faculty of Science
The Dean explained that the Programme in Astronomy was not new as
it had been approved previously by Senate.  The present submission
gave the courses in detail.
In the discussion of the course proposals the question was raised
of the advisability of requiring a student to commit himself to an
honours programme at the end of the First Year.  It was suggested
that greater flexibility would be desirable in the subsequent
studies of a student who elects to begin the honours programme at
the end of the Second Year.
A question was raised as to the availability of service courses
in Mathematics, prepared for students in the B.Com. programme, to
students in other programmes.  No answer was given and the
questionner was referred to the Department of Mathematics.
The proposal to establish a Department of Computer Science in the
Faculty of Science had been referred by the Agenda Committee to
the New Programmes Committee. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
Report of the Librarian
Dean Cowan, Chairman of the Senate Committee on the University
Library, gave a brief summary of the Report.  He remarked on the
considerable achievements of the Library over the past year pointing
out the increased use of library materials and the substantial investments in book purchases and in provision of new facilities.
The Report also detailed the difficulties being experienced at
the present and the future prospects.  Student complaints of lack of
study space and insufficient supply of required reference material were
justified.  The problem of providing adequate access to the Library was
serious.  Although the hours of library service were longer than in
any other Canadian university library this was based on the uncertainty
of voluntary service by librarians who gave of their own time to keep
the Library open on Sundays.
The Librarian was complimented on the excellence of the Report.
In the general discussion of the Report attention centred on
possible solutions to the problems facing the Library in the future.
Continuing study was being undertaken by the Senate Committee on the
University Library.  Furthermore, to assist Senate in obtaining a
complete picture of the situation it was agreed that a summary of the
financial aspects of the problems confronting the Library would be
circulated with the agenda of the February meeting of Senate.
3856 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3857
Other Business
Dean Healy referred to the Minutes of the Senate Meeting of
May 20, 1964, (p. 3367 of the Minutes) in which a resolution passed
by Senate stated, in part,
"That course changes approved by the Faculties from the
academic standpoint, and not involving a budget request
for additional funds (either current or capital), be
eligible for consideration by Senate at any regular meeting."
Dean Healy agreed to raise this matter with the Chairman of
the Curriculum Committee.
The meeting adjourned at 11.00 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 14, 1968,
at 8.00 p.m.
Secretary
Confirmed
Chairman Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3858
APPENDIX A
Summary of Changes in Awards
Recommended to Senate
The Health Officers' Prizes
Instead of one prize of $100, two cash prizes of $100 each have been
provided and will be awarded to two students in the graduating class
of Medicine.  The prizes will not necessarily be awarded annually.
Both prizes will be given to students who have demonstrated leadership
and academic or research ability, selected by the Department of Health
Care and Epidemiology after consultation with the Health Officers'
Council of British Columbia.  One prize will be awarded for meritorious
scholarship in the field of public health, preventive medicine or
epidemiology; the other will be awarded for meritorious scholarship in
the field of health care research and administrative medicine.
M. M. Waterman Bursary
Increased from $25 to $50.  Also the bursary is now to be awarded to a
student in the Faculty of Dentistry who has good scholastic standing
and is in need of financial assistance. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3859
APPENDIX B
NEW COURSES. COURSE AND CURRICULUM
CHANGES AND CHANGES IN REGULATIONS
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
General
New course
100     title and description changed
Animal Science
Changes in title and/or description: 200, 318, 320, 322, 420, 422;
419     renumbered 423
Dairying
Changes
200     description changed
413     title and description changed
Plant Science
Change
406     description changed
Poultry Science
Change 313
unit value reduced from 3 to lh
Soil Science
Change
311     title and description changed
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Chemical Engineering
Changes 453
453
454
divided into:
Economics of Plan Design)
Process Design Project ) Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3860
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (Continued)
Civil Engineering
Changes
360     description and hours changed
472     hours increased
Electrical Engineering
Changes 351
title, description and hours changed
Geologv
150     title and description revised
204     second term of course to be available to
Mineral Engineering students under title
Geology 254
Mechanical Engineering
Major revision to third and fourth year programmes in Mechanical
Engineering. Third and Fourth Year courses completely revised -
complete list of the courses as follows:
352 Graphics in Analysis and Design
358 Machine Tool Laboratory (new course)
363 Mechanics of Materials I
364 Design Seminar
365 Dynamics I
367 Applied Mechanics
372 Instrumentation and Measurement Laboratory
378 Thermodynamics I
384 Fluid Dynamics
391 Industrial Systems (new course)
398 Engineering Report
458 Industrial Engineering
463 Mechanical Design
465 Dynamics II
466 Automatic Control
467 Advanced Dynamics
468 Mechanics of Materials II
469 Optical Engineering
472 Project and Design Laboratory
473 Thermal Processes
476 Heat and Mass Transfer
478 Thermodynamics II Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mechanical Engineering  (Continued)
479 Thermal Power
481 Aerodynamics
484 Dynamics of Real Fluids
491 Industrial Management
498 Engineering Report
The proposed revision involves the following:
(a) Elimination of existing Options I and II in both Third and
Fourth Years.
(b) Institution of a common Third Year programme for all students.
(c) Provision of a 9-unit course "core" and a large number of
elective courses in the Fourth (final) Year.  (Students will
elect 9 or 10 units of elective courses.)
(d) Major re-grouping of the subject matter of existing Mechanical
Engineering courses (see lists above) consistent with the
implementation of (a), (b) and (c).
(e) Existing Third Year core courses in Metallurgy, Met. 376 and
Met. 377 to be replaced by new lecture course, Met. 380.
(f) Existing Option I Third Year course E.E. 351 to be revised to
become part of the Third Year core curriculum
3861
Metallurgy
New courses
380
480
Changes
376)
377)
370
456
482
sletion
460
Structure and Properties of Materials
Fracture
replaced by new course Metallurgy 380
increase in hours
title changed to Hydrometallurgy,
Kinetics & Corrosion,
hours increased
hours increased Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3862
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE  (Continued)
Mineral Engineering
New courses
Course changes
356 Rock Properties
372 Flotation
472 Mineral Stability
250 hours changed
350 description and hours changed
351 title description and hours changed
352 hours changed
452 hours reduced
453 hours changed
458 hours changed
471 Laboratory added second term increasing
hours.
Agricultural Engineering
Third Year
Fourth Year
Replace Mathematics 357 by M.E. 391
Replace M.E. 363 by 363 and 365
Replace M.E. 381 by 378 and 379
Electives: Drop M.E. 361
Add electives M.E. 367, 468 and 466
Chemical Engineering
Fourth Year
Present course
453 to be divided into 453 and 454
Metallurgy
Fourth Year
Elective units required of Fourth Year students
increased from 5 to 6
Mineral Engineering
Second Year
Third Year
Geology 204 replaced by Geology 254
Geology 300 added
C.E. 360 deleted
Geology 300 and 317 replaced by Geology 320
Min 356 (new course added) Wednesday, December 13, 1967,
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mineral Engineering (Continued)
Option I - Add min 351 and 458
Required electives decreased from
6 to 3 units.
Option II New course Min 372 added
(A reduction in hours per week by approximately
2 for Option I and 1 for Option II)
Fourth Year      Add: Min 352
E.E. 451
Option I: Add Min 454
Delete Min 455
(Required electives reduced to 3 units)
Option II: Add Min 472
Delete Met 460
Delete Elective requirement
(Hours for Option I maintained at the same level as before. Hours
for Option II slightly increased.)
Changes in Admission Requirements
1.  From other B.C. Universities and Colleges
(a) Chemistry requirement from Simon Fraser University
Chemistry 101, 102, 106, 116
or
Chemistry 102, 103, 116, 117
(Chemistry 116 and 117 are the laboratory courses associated
with Chemistry 102 and 103.)
(b) General statement concerning requirements from other B.C
Universities and Colleges
Modification of the statement regarding admission to Applied
Science from other B.C Universities, to make it clear that
exceptions to the stated regulations will be considered.
The heading of the section at the bottom of Page All of the
1967-68 Calendar (General Information Bulletin) to be
altered to read:
3863 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Changes in Admission Requirements
1. From other B.C Universities and Colleges
(b)  General Statement concerning requirements from other B.C
Universities and Colleges  (Continued)
"Subjects normally required from other B.C universities
and colleges"
3864
(The word "normally" being an addition)
2.  Admission of Second Year Science Students
The Faculty of Applied Science approved in principle admission of
Second Year Science students to Second Year Engineering.
School of Architecture
1«  Proposal to extend First Year Architectural Workshop by four weeks
That Architecture 406, Architectural Workshop I be extended by
four weeks; that the unit value be increased from 1 to 2; that
in future it begin six weeks before the beginning of lectures in
the fall term (approximately August 1); description of course
also revised.
2.  Change in Admission Requirements
The following to be the minimum requirements for admission to the
School of Architecture:
(a) Graduation in an approved course in Arts, Science or Applied
Science at this university (or at an approved university)
providing:
i)  standing at graduation is at least 60%
ii) it is expected that a student will have taken the
following subjects with a passing or higher grade:
Mathematics 120, 202
Physics 102 or 110 and/or
Chemistry 110
(or the equivalents at an approved university) Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3865
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
School of Architecture
2.  Change in Admission Requirements  (Continued)
(b) Completion of three years of a course leading to a Bachelor's
degree in Arts, Science or Applied Science at this University
(or at an approved university), providing:
i) an average of 65% has been obtained in the examinations
of the last year of the course, or
an average of 65% has been obtained in the combined
results of the examinations of the last two years of
the course;
ii)the following subjects or their equivalents have been
passed successfully:
Mathematics 120, 202
Physics 110, and a second year course in
Physics
Beginning in September 1969, graduation in an approved course of
studies at an approved university will be mandatory for admission
to the School of Architecture.
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology
New course       Anthropology and Sociology 100 (3) Elementary
(1969-70)        Problems in Anthropological and Sociological
Analysis
Change 200     title and description changed to:
(1969-70) Issues in Anthropological Theory
and Methods
Asian Studies
New course       400 (3) Readings in Modern Japanese Prose
406 (3)  Readings in Japanese Fiction and Drama
407 (3) Readings in Pre-Modern Japanese Prose
408 (3)  Readings in Japanese Poetry, Classical
and Modern
(N.B. only two of the above four courses to be given in each year.) Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
FACULTY OF ARTS
Asian Studies  (Continued)
New course
409 (3)
411 (3)
413 (3)
419 (3)
Readings in Classical Chinese Prose
(This course to alternate with Asian
Studies 417)
Pre-Modern Chinese Fiction and Drama
Twentieth Century Chinese Authors
Readings in Classical Chinese Poetry
(N.B. only two of the above four courses to be given in each year,
and the existing Asian Studies 417 to be given in alternate years.)
414 (3)  Intermediate Sanskrit
3866
Changes
303
401
Deletions
403
404
Classical Studies
New course
100
title and description changed to
Classical Chinese I
title and description changed to
Classical Chinese II
100 (3)  Introduction to Classical Civilization
310 (3) Greek and Roman Literature
Changes
315     title and description changed to
Classical Epic
316     title and description changed to
Classical Drama
330
to be renumbered 431
Deletions
332
431
Joint listing
Fine Arts 330 (3) Greek and Roman Art to be taught
under Classical Studies
Economics
New course
333 (3)  French Canada Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3867
FACULTY OF ARTS  (Continued)
Fine Arts
New courses
Deletion
434 (3) Painting and Graphics
436 (3) The Theory and Practice of Western
Art Criticism
446 (3) Understanding of the Visual Arts
126     replaced at the senior level by
Fine Arts 446
Geography
New course
Change
Deletion
401 (3) Introduction to Geographical Problems
445 Divided into two courses:
345 (1*5) Honours Seminar )
445 (14) Honours Seminar )
201
Italian
New courses
400 (3)  Honours Seminar
420 (3)  Italian Language and Literature
Linguistics
New courses
410 (3)  Phonetics
440 (3)  Regional Linguistics
Psychology
Changes
407     unit value changed from (1*5) to (1*5-3)
415     title and description changed to:
The Psychology of Work
Religious Studies
New courses
411 (3)  Indian and Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism
413 (3)  Contemporary Buddhist Thought and Practice Wednesday, December 13, 1967,
FACULTY OF ARTS
Religious Studies  (Continued)
3868
Changes
304 title changed to:  Religious Thought of
the Ancient Near East
305 title changed to: Religious Thought of
Ancient Israel
407     title and description changed to:
Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
Russian
Change
110 (6) unit value and hours increased
Sociology
New course
(1969-70)
Changes
(1969-70)
Changes
(1968-69)
Anthropology and Sociology 100 (3) Elementary
Problems in Anthropological and Sociological
Analysis
200 (3)  title and description changed to:
Issues in Sociological Theory and Method
406
divided into two courses
( 406 (1*5) Research Methods
( 407 (1*$) Statistics in Sociology
Spanish
New course
Changes
409 (3) Latin American History
407     title changed to:  Spanish American
Literature
(407 and 409 will be given in alternate years)
Amendment to the Requirements of Residence for the B.A. Degree
Students may now include extra courses taken with the permission of an
academic advisor in the winter session or the summer session to shorten
the requirements of residence following Grade XII. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
FACULTY OF ARTS  (Continued)
Proposal to allow courses on a "Pass-Fail" basis
That students be permitted to take on a Pass-Fail basis one course
(3 units) a year, in subjects not part of their majors or honours
field (including prerequisites), and to receive full credit for such
a course taken and passed.
3869
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FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New courses
(1968-69)
New courses
(1969-70)
New courses
(1970-71)
Changes
(1968-69)
Changes
409 (1*5) City Growth and Structure
351 (1*5) Income and Other Taxes (Elective)
472 (1*5) Quantitative Analysis of Financial
Decisions
476 (l*s) Financial Institutions II
453 (l*s) Financial Accounting - Advanced
307 title changed to Urban Land Economics
309 title changed to Real Estate Finance
324 unit value increased from 1*5 to 3,
title and description changed
342 title and description changed
383 title and description changed
407 divided into two l*5-unit courses
(Commerce 407 (1*5) Real Estate Valuation
(Commerce 408 (1*5) Real Estate Investment
Analysis
446     description changed
353 (1*5) replaced by 353 (3) Financial Accounting -
Intermediate
354 title and description changed
356 title and description changed
372     renumbered 378
374 renumbered as 379
375 renumbered as 370
376 renumbered as 375
450 title and description changed (now an
elective)
451 title and description changed (now an
elective)
454     title and description changed Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3870
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  (Continued)
renumbered 371 and moved to Third Year
renumbered 374 and moved to Third Year
renumbered 475
renumbered 376 and moved to Third Year
title changed to: Financial Institutions I
renumbered 477
Changes
(1969-70)
472
473
474
475
476
Deletion
(1969-70)
371
Curriculum Changes
Accounting
(1970-71
455
changed from required to elective
Change of Name of Division
The name of the Division of Estate Management to be changed to
Division of Urban Land Economics
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Dental Hygiene Programme
Changes to the programme as approved in May, 1967.
201 unit value increased to 4 - now
incorporates 202; description also changed
202 deleted-incorporated into 201 above
203 renumbered 202
204 renumbered 203
205 renumbered 204
206 deleted-incorporated into 209 (renumbered
207) below.
207 renumbered 205
208 renumbered 206
209 renumbered 207 - now incorporates 206;
unit value increased to 4; description
also changed.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New courses        401 (1*5) Programmed Instruction
402 (1*5) The Psychology of Creativity Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3871
FACULTY OF EDUCATION  (Continued)
For Proposed New Diploma Programme in Education of the Deaf
New Courses
440 (1*5-3) Special Study in a Subject-Matter Field
441 (1*5) Audiology I
442 (1*5) Audiology II
443 (1*5) Teaching Communication Skills to the
Hearing Impaired
444 (1*5) Teaching Academic Subjects to the Deaf
445 (1*5) Teaching Speech to the Deaf
446 (1*5) History of Education of the Deaf
447 (1*5) Psychology of Deafness
General
477 (1*5) Remedial Reading - Practical - Special
Problems
478 (3)  Teaching English as a Second Language
488 (1*5) Problems in the Teaching of Elementary
School Mathematics
Changes
411     divided into two l*5-unit courses:
(426 (1*5) Personal Services in the School
(427 (1*5) Guidance
415     divided into three l*5-unit courses of
which students will take two:
(472 (1*5) Developmental Reading - Theoretical
(473 (1*5) Developmental Reading - Elementary Practical
(474 (1*5) Developmental Reading - Secondary Practical
R-
423     unit value reduced from 3 to 1*5, title
and description changed: Principles
of Teaching the Hearing-Impaired
462     to be divided into two l*5-unit courses
(students to take both):
(475 (1*5) Remedial Reading - Theoretical
(476 (1*5) Remedial Reading - Practical - General
Problems
Elementary Division A-3 programme (P.L.-25 1967-68 Calendar)
Curriculum Changes  1)
Students may take either Education 205,
207 and 209 (3 units) or one of Education
305, 307 or 308 (3 units). Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3872
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division A-3 Programme (P.L-25 1967-68 Calendar)
Curriculum Changes  2)    Education 301 (3 units) to be replaced
by Education 310 (l*s) and 311 (l*s)
Addition of a Remedial Reading Major in
the Elementary Division to consist of:
Education 472 and 473 (3)
Education 475 and 476 (3)
English 311 (3)
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New courses      300 (3) Principles of Forestry and Wood Sciences
471 (3) Optimization Techniques in Forestry
485 (1*5) Forest Land Classification
Dropped 161, 251, 465
Changes in Description and/or Number
150 (1*5) Dentrology
250 (1*5) Forest Ecology
272 (2) Principles of Forest Harvesting
361 (1%) Forest Surveying
363 (1*5) Principles of Forest Land Management
372 (2) Analysis of Harvesting Operations
390 number changed from 290
391 number changed from 390
451 (1*5) Fire Control and Use -
moved from Second to Fourth Year
463 (1*5) Forest Management
466 (1*5) Advanced Biometrics
481 (3) Forestry Economics
483 (1*5) Forest Watershed Management
499 (3) B.S.F. Thesis
Changes in Unit Value
298 (*5)  Essay
375 (2*5) Manufacture of Forest Products
398 (1)  Essay
455 (l-3)Directed Studies in Forestry
480 (1)  Forest History, Policy and Administration Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3873
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (Continued)
Curriculum Changes
First Year
Drop
Add
Second Year
All options:
Drop
Geog. 214; For. 161
Comp. Sc. 201
Choice of 6-7 units from Chem. 230, Com. 459,
Math. 155, Phys. 155, Soc. 200
For. 250 (for 1968-69 only)
For. 251 (moved to Fourth Year) and renumbered
Replace Math. 155 with Phys. 155 (Forest
Harvesting and Wood Science Options)
Replace Chem. 156 with Chem. 200 or 205 in Wood
Science option
Third Year
Drop
Fourth Year
Forest Land Management
Add
Engl. 305, For. 352 and For. 355
Drop
Choice of 11 units from: For. 450, 462, 463, 464,
475, 480, 482, 483, 484, 485, 493, 494 (some not
available 1968-69)
For. 465 (incorporated in For. 463)
Forest Business Management:
Add
Drop
Choice of 6-7 units from:
477, 480
Com. 468
For. 463, 475, 476,
Forest Harvesting:
Add
Drop
Choice of 7 units from:  For. 463, 471, 472, 475,
478, 482
Ag. Mech. 304 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3874
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (Continued)
Forest Wildlife Management:
Add
Drop
Choice between For. 463 and For. 483; Add For. 494
For. 464, 480
Silvics:
Add
Drop
Choice of 11 units from: Agron. 304, Bot. 425,
For. 410, 418, 450, 466, 480, 482, 483, 484, 485;
Soil Sc. 313, 416
Soil Sc. 314
Wood Science:
Add
Drop
For. 481
Choice of 9 units from: Ap. Sc. 270 and For. 466,
471, 476, 477, 478, 479
M.E. 455
(N.B. students in Wood Science will replace For. 391 with 3 units
of For. 455).
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Asian Studies
New courses
Change
505 (3) Topics in the History and Structure of
the Japanese Language
506 (3) Research Methods and Source Materials in
Japanese Studies
508 (3) Problems in the History of the Chinese
Language
517 (3) Research Methods and Source Materials in
Chinese Studies
510     title changed to Topics in Chinese
Literature
Astronomy (Department of Geophysics)
New courses
561(1-2) The Basic Data of Astronomy
562(1-2) Stellar Spectroscopy and Stellar
Atmospheres Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3875
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Astronomy  (Department of Geophysics)  (Continued)
Change 515 (See Geophysics)
Botany (Institute of Oceanography)
Change
512     title and description changed: Practical
Marine Phytoplankton Study
Chemical Engineering
New courses
Chemistry
New courses
Deletion
Civil Engineering
New courses
Changes
570 (l-3)Advanced Paper Technology
571 (1-3)Non-Newtonian Fluid Behaviour
514 (1)  Radiation Chemistry
527 (1) Photochemistry
540
571 (1)  Steady Flow in Open Channels
588 (1) Experimental Soil Mechanics
563
567
568
590
592
Comparative Literature
New courses
title and description changed to:
Unsteady Flow in Open Channels
description changed
description changed
unit value increased to (1*5) - description
changed
unit value increased to (1*5) - title and
description changed: Applications of
Physical-Chemical Principles to Clay
Behaviour in Soil Engineering
502 (3)  Studies in Literary Movements and Periods
503 (3)  Studies in Myth, Theme and Tradition
504 (3) Topics in Comparative Literature
505 (3) New Problems in Comparative Literature
506 (3) Studies in Oriental and Occidental
Literature
547 (3-6)Reading Course Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3876
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Comparative Literature  (Continued)
Changes
5,00
533
Education
New courses
510
title changed to:  Introduction to
Comparative Literature
renumbered 501; title changed to: Studies
in Genre
510 (3)  The Development of Science Curriculum
Materials
511 (3)  Seminar in Science Education
527 (3) Seminar in Library Education
543 (3) Historical and Contemporary Aspects of
Speech Communication
Electrical Engineering
New courses
Change
553
Forestry
New courses
574
Changes
553
562
deletion
576
Geology
New course
506
Change
545
Geophysics
New course
See
555 (1)  Computational Techniques in Systems
Optimization and Identification
575 (1)  Signal Processing
description changed
574 (1) Wood and Pulp Science Seminar
description changed
description changed
506 (3)  Structural Geology and Rock Mechanics
unit value reduced to 1
See new courses in Astronomy on previous page Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3877
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Geophysics (Continued)
Changes 515
520
name and title changed to:  Astronomy 515
Stellar Structure and Evolution - unit
value changed
title changed to:
Directed Studies in
German
Change
Mathematics
New course
Changes in Title
516
Geophysics and Astronomy
unit value changed
539 (1-3)Topics in Functional Analysis
501 Measure Theory and Integration
504 Algebraic Geometry
505 Ordinary Differential Equations
506 Partial Differential Equations
507 Number Theory
511 Algebraic Topology
513 Topological Groups
516 Harmonic Analysis
517 Complex Analysis
522 Geometric Topology
525 Fluid Mechanics
534 Topics in Applied Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering
New course       586 (1*5) Turbulent Shear Flow
Metallurgy
New course
Microbiology
New course
Changes
556 (1) Metallurgical Applications of Fused Salts
509 (3) Viral Ecology
502 unit value reduced to 1*5
503 unit value reduced to 1*5
505 title changed to Molecular Microbiology
and unit value reduced to 1*5
506 title and description changed:
Microbiological Research Procedures I
507 title and description changed:
Microbiological Research Procedures II Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (Continued)
Oceanography
New course
Changes
Physics
New course
Deletions
Planning
New courses
Changes
Slavonic Studies
New courses
Sociology
508 (1)  Air/Sea Transfer Processes
506     title and description changed to:
Marine Phytoplankton
Botany 512 - change given under Botany
571 (1)  Cosmic Physics
560, 561, 562
507 (1*5) Environmental Quality Planning
508 (1*5) Advanced Planning Analysis II
510 unit value changed from (2) to (1-3)
511 unit value increased from (1) to (1*5)
521 unit value changed from (1*5) to (1-3)
549     unit value changed from (3) to (3-6)
542 (3)  Comparative Slavic Literature
New Seminar courses
All (1-3) A. Theory and Research
503, 504
B. Relationships Between Individuals and Groups
513, 514
C Elements of Social Organization
523, 524
D. Institutional Areas
3878
534, 535 Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3879
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Sociology  (Continued)
Change 540     unit value changed from (1) to (1-3)
Relationships between Individuals and Groups
Add topics: Deviance, Ethnomethodology
D. Institutional Areas
Add topic:  Sociology of Knowledge
Change in General Regulations Governing the Degrees of Ph.D. and Ed.D.
"Courses for Credit" (P.0-9, 1967 Calendar)
"Certain courses numbered 300 or above in related subjects as
approved in particular cases on the recommendation of the department
in which the candidate is registered."
(This had previously referred to 400 level courses.)
SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS
Cnanges 203 (3) divided into two l*5-unit courses: 203, 205
305 (3) divided into two l*5-unit courses: 305, 405
405 (1*5) revised as 407 (1*5)
407 (1*5) replaced by 301 (1*5)
222 renumbered as 322
FACULTY OF LAW
Introduction of a deposit fee system on first admission.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Physiology
New course       421 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Renal and Respiratory
Physiology
422 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular
Physiology
423 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
424 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Endocrinology and
Systems Analysis Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3880
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Physiology  (Continued)
Existing Course
New courses
Changes
440
510
Deletion
401
SCHOOL OF NURSING
New courses
*189
281 (1)
*289
366 (3)
*389
425 (1*5) Neurophysiology.  Anatomy 425 must be
taken concurrently (already listed in
Medicine Calendar)
426 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Neurophysiology
431 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Renal and
Respiratory Physiology
432 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Cardiovascular
Physiology
433 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
434 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Endocrinology
unit value increased from 1 to 1*5
to be replaced by Physiology 425 and 426
Changes
150
167
202
252
280
326
356
382
384
386
458
*483
Fieldwork
Introduction to Statistics and Research
Methods in Nursing
Fieldwork
Clinical Nursing
Fieldwork
title and description changed to: Human
Behaviour
renumbered 267. and moved to Second Year
title changed to: Principles of Learning
and instruction
title changed to: Human Behaviour
unit value reduced from 10 to 8. Course
to commence on regular first day of
lectures
unit value decreased from 8
unit value increased from
and description changed:
in Nursing
description changed
description changed
description changed
unit value increased from
number changed to 489
to 7
2 to 3; title
Perspectives
2 to 3 SCHOOL OF NURSING
Changes (Continued)
Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3881
* Note:  No unit value content for fieldwork
courses is assigned, in line with
existing practices, and represents
dropping summer term credits in
First and Third Years.
Deletions
157
167
363
Courses in
other
Faculties
390 395
392 450/483
394 485
Recommendations concerning courses in Social Sciences
1. That the unit requirement in Social Science in the
baccalaureate programme be reduced from 12 to 9 units
and that students be permitted to select one of a variety
of approved three-course options in the Department of
Anthropology and Sociology and Psychology.
2. That students be permitted to choose Anthropology 200
in lieu of Sociology 200 in the Nursing C programme.
3. That Anthropology 200 be required in lieu of Psychology
206 in the Nursing E programme.
Clinical Courses for Summer 1968.
157 and 395 - unit values to be deleted for the summer (1968).
(These courses to be deleted in the 1968-69 Calendar).
FACULTY OF PHARMACY
Course changes
220  renumbered 325 and moved to Third Year
340  laboratory hours increased
411 hours reduced by one hour a week to a
3-hour laboratory Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3882
FACULTY OF PHARMACY  (Continued)
1.
Curriculum
changes
That the "non-science elective" in the
first and fourth years be changed to
"elective".
2.
3.
Second Year - Economics 200 to be an
elective not a required course.
Third Year - the words "or an elective"
to be added after English 305.
Commerce 26-2" (3) a new course in Marketing
to be substituted for Commerce 261 (now
reduced to two units).
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
New course
380 (1*5) History of Physical Education and
Recreation
Changes
360     description changed
230 (h)   and 232 (*s) combined to make 1 unit course
230
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
new course
335
Chemistry
Changes
220
403
407
415 (2)
449
Fundamental Genetics (Summer Session only)
description changed
unit value reduced to (2); laboratory
portion split off to form: 423 (1)
Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory
unit value reduced to (2); laboratory
portion split off to form:  427 (1)
Advanced Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Practical Chemistry Laboratory (new
integrated laboratory course for students
enrolled concurrently in Chemistry 403,
407 and 412)
title and description revised: Seminar
and Thesis Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3883
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computing Centre
New course
Change
Geology
Changes
(1969-70)
Geophysics
New courses
Astronomy
Astronomy
(Continued)
210 (3) Algorithms and Programming
200     title and description changed:
Introduction to Computers
204     title and description changed:
Introduction to Stratigraphy and
Structural Geology
210     title and description changed: Mineralogy-
Fundamentals of Crystal Chemistry
as Applied to Minerals
401     title and description changed: Advanced
Structure and Stratigraphy
420 (3)  Review of Modern Astronomy
421 (3) Principles of Modern Astronomy
Major Programme in Astronomy
Proposal to change name of Astronomy courses to Astronomy XXX rather
than Geophysics XXX.  Geophysics 200, 320 and 321 would become
Astronomy 200, 320 and 321.
Mathematics
New courses
Change
Microbiology
New course
Changes
311 (1*5) Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions II
312 (1*5) Mathematical Methods for Business
Decisions II
Deletion of paragraph on "Advanced
Placement" (P.T-67 and T-68, 1967
Calendar).
323 (3)  Bacterial Cytology, Growth and Genetics
200     description revised
301     replaced by new l*5-unit course (reduction
in unit value) 321 (1*5) Quantitative
Microbiology Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3884
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Microbiology (Continued)
Changes
306 and 311 replaced by new l*5-unit course
(reduction in unit value)
322 (1*5) Soil and Aquatic Microbiology
description changed
unit value reduced to 1*5; title and
description changed:  Immunology
unit value reduced to 1*5; title and
description changed:  Pathogenic
Bacteria and Rickettsiae
increase in laboratory hours; title and
description changed: Bacterial Physiology
description changed
307
402
403
405
411
Revised Majors Programme in Microbiology
Revised Honours Programme in Microbiology
Physics
New courses      316 (3) Particle Mechanics
Changes
Deletion
Curriculum
changes
301 and honours section of 308 - laboratory portion
split off to form separate courses
309 (1) Honours Electrical Laboratory
310 (1) Honours Optics Laboratory
300/303 and non-honours section of 308 - laboratory
portion split off to form separate courses:
318 and 319
300     description revised:  Electricity and
Magnetism (2)
326
420
318 (1) Optics Laboratory
319 (1) Electricity Laboratory
title and description changed:
Vibrations and Acoustics
Optics,
Requirements of third year honours and majors
programmes revised incorporating above changes. Wednesday, December 13, 1967.
3885
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Physiology
New courses
1969-70 &
alt. years
NOT NEW
New courses
421 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Renal Physiology
422 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular and
Respiratory Physiology
423 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
424 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Endocrinology and
Systems Analysis
425 (1*5) Neurophysiology
426 (1*5) Advanced Topics in Neurophysiology
431 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Renal Physiology
432 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Cardiovascular and
Respiratory Physiology
433 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
434 (1*5) Advanced Laboratory in Endocrinology
to be replaced by 425 and 426
renumbered only
unit value increased to 1*5
Revised requirements for Honours Programme in Physiology
Revised requirements for Combined Honours Physiology for the
B.Sc.-M.D. Programme
Additions to list of courses acceptable from other faculties:
Changes
510
440
Deletion
401
Agricultural Mechanics 300 (1*5)
Agricultural Mechanics 301 (1*5)
Agricultural Mechanics 401 (3)
Dairying 301 (3)
Dairying 406 (1*5)
Plant Science 406 (3)
Poultry Science 306 (1*5)
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