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 5462.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
The first regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1971-72 was held on Wednesday, September 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,
Deputy President W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C S. Belshaw, Mr. R. M. Bibbs,
Mr. S. Black, Mrs. A. Brearley Piternick, Dr. C A. Brockley, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Mr. P. T. Burns, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. C. M. Campbell Jr.,
Mr. J. J. Campbell, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. D. H.
Chitty, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. R. Daniells, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dean W. D.
Finn, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. S. E. Garrod,
Mr. W. Gerson, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. J. Guthrie,
Dr. N. A. Hall, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. D. S. M. Huberman, Mr. R. W.
Jacobs, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Mr. G. A.
Letcher, Dean S. W. Leung, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dr. P. A. Lusztig,
Dean A. J. McClean, Dean Helen McCrae, Dr. C A. McDowell, Mr. J. A.
McEwen, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Mr. K. R. Martin, Mr. D. F. Miller,
Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. P. H.
Pearse, Mr. S. J. Persky, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. A. R. Robbins,
Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Mr. R. S. Sandhu, Dr. R. F. Scagel, Dean N. V.
Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Mr. G. R. Selman, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Dean M.
Shaw, Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Mr. A. M. Smolensky, Dr. J. K. Stager,
Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. G. M. Volkoff,
Dr. H. V. Warren, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dr. B. L. White, Dean P. H.
White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Dr. W. E. Willmott, Mr. A. P. York,
Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers, Mr. P. Thompson.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from:
Chancellor A. M. McGavin, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. M. F. Clarke, Mr. C J.
Connaghan, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs,
Dr. S. Israels, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. P. A. Larkin, Mr. S. S. Lefeaux,
Dean J. F. McCreary, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Rev. W. S. Taylor, Mr. B. B. Trevino.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Gibson   )
Dr. Hardwick )
That thz Minutes oh thz ninth rzgular mzzting
oh Sznatz hor thz session 1970-71 having bzzn
circulatzd,  bz takzn as rzad and adoptzd.
Carried 5463.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Business arising from the Minutes
Membership of President's ad hoc Committee on Procedures for Course
and Curriculum changes
At the April 28, 1971 meeting of Senate, the President was asked
to establish a committee to set out policy dealing with minor curriculum
changes. At the May 18, 1971 meeting Senate agreed that this committee
should review the whole procedure for handling proposals of the
Faculties and Schools for new courses, and course and curriculum changes,
both minor and major. The Chairman announced the following membership:
Dr. C. A. McDowell (Chairman)
Dr. M. S. Davies
Dr. N. J. Divinsky
Dr. W. D. Kitts
Dr. P. A. Lusztig
Dr. B. N. Moyls
Dr. J. M. Norris
Dr. R. M. Will
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject, where 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)    Alteration of regulations concerning courses from other
Faculties which may be approved for credit in the Faculty
of Arts for honours or majors programmes or as electives
in the combined third and fourth years.  (P.5453)
(ii)   New courses in Urban Studies, recommended by the Faculty of
Arts, subject to no objections being raised by the Senate
Curriculum Committee.  (P.5456-7 and P. 5467)
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B 5464.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
From the Board of Governors (Continued)
(iii)  Commerce 490 to be optional rather than obligatory, and
Commerce 492 and 494 to be required of all Fourth Year
students as recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration, subject to no objections being
raised by the Senate Curriculum Committee.  (P.5457-8 and 5467)
(iv)   New courses as recommended by the Faculty of Law.  (P.5453)
Annual Financial Report of the University, 1970-71
As required under Section 50 of the Universities Act, the Board of
Governors had forwarded to Senate a copy of the Annual Financial Report,
Balance Sheet and Financial Statements of the University, March 31, 19 71.
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe )
Mr. York    )
That thz nzv) awards listed in Appendix 'A'  be
accepted subject to the approval oh the Board
oh Governors and that letters oh thanks be
sent to  the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs Committee
Dr. Smith presented the report of the Academic Building Needs
Committee.
Several briefs and written comments from Senators had been
studied by the committee before they had agreed on the three top
priorities recommended in their report, i.e. new buildings for the
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, and the Department
of Civil Engineering and a north wing for the Biological Sciences. 5465.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs Committee (continued)
The committee felt that the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration was not being accommodated properly in the Angus Building
and because it had no departments it was impossible for that Faculty
to establish and maintain its identity in widely scattered huts. As a
result of the Faculty's rapid growth their needs were considered urgent.
The problems of the Department of Civil Engineering and Biological
Sciences were much longer standing and the committee simply re-confirmed
the University position for those buildings which had been carried to
the stage of working plans some five years ago.
The committee could not agree on the fourth priority and
recommended that it be deferred until later in the Fall.
Dr. Smith   )     That the report oh the Committez on Academic
Dr. Volkoff )     Building Nzzds bz horwarded to the President
and to tie Board oh Govzrnors h°i thzir
consideration and decision and that thz hull
transcript oh thz dzbatz within Senate also be
horwarded to the President and to the Board oh
Govzrnors h°i thzir consideration and action.
It was stated that the criteria applied to various building
proposals were obtained in part out of briefs presented to the
committee. The criteria were then given component weights. Although
they showed the relative priorities for more space they did not show
that a Faculty, because it had a strong case, should necessarily have
a new building as compared with having an annex to an existing building. 5466.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs Committee (continued)
Members of Senate expressed concern about the criteria used.
The Chairman of the committee stated that the criteria were under
continued study.
In the ensuing lengthly debate strong arguments were heard from
various members urging the committee to reconsider the recommended
priorities in favour of what they considered more urgent needs.
An opinion was expressed that the report was not written in a
manner which enabled Senate to judge whether the committee had in fact
reached sensible decisions and that at least a minimal amount of
quantitative information would have been more helpful.
It was also argued that it was necessary to know what the
University wanted the educational philosophy to be in five or ten years
time before recommending any further building needs.
A suggestion was made that the criteria and weights used by the
committee should be evaluated and sensitivity analyses made so that
members could see just how much criteria or weights matter in the
priorities which are eventually reached.
Dr, Gibson  ) That the report be reherred to the Committee
Dr. Hardwick ) on Academic Building Needs hoi hjarther consideration
and that it be brought back to Senate at an
early date.
Carried 5467.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Academic Building Needs Committee (continued)
Dr. Scott   )
Dr. Friedman )
That in reporting back to Senate the committee
be asked to  jfutncah Senate with its comments
on the criteria and weights used in the
evaluations with "sensitivity analyses", ih
possible.
After further debate the motion was put and carried.
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Norris presented the report of the Senate Curriculum Committee,
Two new courses, Urban Studies 200 and Urban Studies 400 were
approved by Senate at its meeting of May 18, 1971, subject to no
objections being raised by the Senate Curriculum Committee.  The
Chairman of the committee explained that at the committee's request
the descriptions of these two courses had been redefined and they now
recommended approval.
Dr. Norris )    That Urban Studies 100 and Urban Studies 400,
Dr. Cavers )    recommended by thz Faculty oh Arts, be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
The committee recommended approval of the change in regulations
concerning the graduating essay - Commerce 490, as outlined
on page 5457 of the May 18, 1971 Senate minutes.
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Cavers )
That the change in regulations concerning
Commerce 490, as recommended by the Faculty oh
Commerce and Business Administration, and
outlined on page 5457, be approved.
Carried 5468.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate (continued)
Nominating Committee
Dr. Volkoff presented the report of the Senate Nominating
Committee. The following membership was recommended:
(a) Committee on request by C.U.P.E. for representation on Senate
Dr. J. M. Norris (Chairman), Dr, J. D. Chapman, Dr. R. F. Scagel
(b) Committee on Universities Act
Dean A. J. McClean (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Deputy President
W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. R.
Daniells, Dr. C. S. Holling, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dr. J. K. Stager
(c) Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Mr. D. S. M. Huberman (Chairman), Dean W. D. Finn, Mr. R. W.
Jacobs, Dean D. T. Kenny, Mr. G. A. Letcher, Dr. W. A. Webber
(d) Other Senate Committees
A membership list was circulated which included the
following replacements for members on leave-of-absence:
STANDING COMMITTEES
Academic Building Needs Committee
Replacement for Dr. C. B, Bourne - Dr. J. M. Kennedy
Admissions Committee
Replacement for Dr. I. S. Ross - Dr. W. E. Willmott
Agenda Committee
Replacement for Dr. C. B, Bourne - Dr. W. D. Young
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hall resigns as Chairman but remains on the committee,
Replacement as chairman - Dr. J. M. Norris 5469.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees Of Senate
Nominating Committee
(d) Other Senate Committees
STANDING COMMITTEES (continued)
New Programmes Committee
Replacement for Dr. C B, Bourne - Dr. C. A. McDowell
Chairman during Dr. Bourne's absence - Dr. C. S. Belshaw
Tributes Committee
Replacement for Dean Curtis as chairman - Dr. B. N. Moyls
University Library Committee
Replacement for Dr. D. G. Brown - Dr. F. A. Kaempffer
AD HOC COMMITTEES
Degree Programmes for part-time students
Replacement for Dr. R. F. Kelly as chairman
- Dr. P. H. Pearse
Sociological study on U.B.C. students
Replacement for Dr. D. G. Brown - Dr. W. E. Willmott
SENATE REPRESENTATIVES ON OTHER BODIES
Academic Board of Higher Education
Replacement for Dr. C. B. Bourne - Dr. C. S. Belshaw
A question was raised as to the desirability of having a non-Senate
member replace Dr. D. G. Brown on the University Library Committee, this
being the only non-Senate member included on the list of replacements
presented by the Nominating Committee. 5470.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Mr. Cairnie  )
Mr. Smolensky )
That the Nominating Committee re-consider
the appointment oh a non-Senate member to
replace dr, d. G. Brown on the University
Library Committee.
It was pointed out that whilst officially this was a Senate
committee it had always included non-Senate members. After further
discussion the motion was lost.
Dr. Volkoff )
Dr. Chapman )
That Senate approve the recommendations oh
the Nominating Committee.
Nominations were received for the addition of Dr. G. Rosenbluth
and Dr, B. A. Dunell to the Committee on the Universities Act, and the
addition of Dr. P. H. Pearse to the Academic Building Needs Committee.
Mr. Stuart-Stubbs pointed out that there were no representatives
from the Faculties of Education, Commerce and Business Administration
and Applied Science on the University Library Committee and requested
that the Nominating Committee recommend three additional members, one
from each of these Faculties.
Dean A. J. McClean requested that Mr. P. T. Burns replace him
on the University Library Committee.
Dr. Pearse requested that since he had been made Chairman of
the Committee on Degree Programmes for part-time students his name not
be added to the membership of the Academic Building Needs Committee.
Dr.  Clark    )
Dr. Hall      )
That nominations close.
Carried 5471.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971,
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
The Chairman of the Nominating Committee explained that student
membership on Senate Committees would be decided at a later date after
consultation with the student senators.
The motion approving the recommendations of the Nominating
Committee was carried.
Tributes Committee
Dr. Moyls presented the report of the Tributes Committee. The
committee recommended that the following be granted emeritus status;
Dr. G. F. Curtis
- Dean Emeritus of Law
Miss E. M. Deyell
- Associate Professor Emerita of Education
Miss S. M. Boyles
- Professor Emerita of Education
Miss M. Cottingham
- Professor Emerita of Education
Dr. V. J. Okulitch
- Dean Emeritus of Science
Dr. B. Savery
- Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
Dr. C. E. Smith
- Professor Emeritus of Education
Mr. J. E. Smith
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
Miss P. Capelie
- Associate Professor Emerita of Nursing
x:i •& 5472.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Tributes Committee (continued)
Dr. C. E. Dolman
- Professor Emeritus of Microbiology
Miss E. Harris
- Associate Professor Emerita of Education
Mr. W. G. Heslop
- Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering
Miss D. Washington
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Education
Dr. Moyls   )
Dr. McGregor )
That the recommendations oh the Tributes
Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
It was agreed that the proposal of the Faculty of Applied Science
to drop Mathematics 350 from the Third Year programme in Metallurgy and
Biology 311 from the Fourth Year Civil Engineering requirements be
approved.
School of Architecture
Bachelor's Degree Programme 1971-72 (See Appendix 'B')
The Chairman explained that this was a late submission of a set
of courses to be offered for the 1971-72 session. In order that there
would be no penalty to students the Agenda Committee had recommended
that Senate authorise the offering of the programme for one year. 5473.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971
Proposals of the Faculties
School of Architecture
Bachelor'8 Degree Programme 1971-72 (continued)
Dr. Norris )
Dr. Scott  )
That Senate authorisz thz School oh Architecture
to teach,  h0* 1971-72 only, the courses as
proposed in their recent submission;
that the authorisation not be taken as approval
oh the programme by Senate;
and that the Senate ask the dean oh the Faculty
oh Applied Science to examine the programme and
structure oh the School oh Architecture, and
ensure that carehally considered proposals hoi
a programme oh courses be prepared in good time
hor Senate to approve it well behore publication
oh next year's calendar.
The Senate Curriculum Committee had examined the proposals
briefly in the short time at their disposal and several changes had
been made. However, it was felt that it would be of assistance to
the School of Architecture if they were to consult with the Senate
Curriculum Committee from time to time during the year.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Arts
Extension credit courses 1971-72
Dean Kenny     )    That extension credit courses be ohhered as
Dr. McGregor )    recommended by the Faculty oh Arts,    (See
Appendix 'B').
Carried 5474.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties (continued)
Faculty of Graduate Studies
(a) Proposal that the name Of the Institute of Industrial Relations
be changed to 'Institute of Human Resources Research*
Some time ago a steering committee carried out a thorough
examination of the activities of the Institute and one of the
points that arose concerned the name of the Institute.
Dr. Moyls )
Dr. Hall  )
That the namz oh thz Institute oh Industrial
Relations be changed to 'Institute oh Human
Resources Research'.
Some members felt that they could not understand the
reason for the proposed change of name, and that the Faculty of
Graduate Studies should be asked to give a review of purposes
and directions and even examine the place of the Institute in
the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Dr. Hardwick )
Mr. Campbell )
That the proposal be reherred to the Faculty
o{ Graduate Studies h°K h^ilher review.
Carried
(b)  Proposed new courses and course changes (See Appendix 'B')
It was agreed that the proposal of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies for new courses and course changes be referred to
the Senate Curriculum Committee.
(c) Proposal for the Department of Theatre to offer a Master's
Programme in Stage Direction and in Scene and Costume Design
It was agreed that this proposal be referred to the New
Programmes Committee. 5475.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies (continued)
(d) Proposal to offer a Ph.D. degree in Religious Studies (Buddhist
Studies)
Senate agreed to refer this proposal to the New Programmes
Committee.
Faculty of Law
Time allowance for students to change courses
The Faculty of Law issued the following statement for the
information of Senate:
Beginning September 1971 in the
Faculty of Law the last day for
course changes for each term be two
weeks from the commencement date
of such term.
School of Nursing
It was agreed that the proposed course revisions in the diploma
programme in Community Health Nursing (Nursing "B") be approved.
(See Appendix 'B').
Faculty of Science
Extension Credit Courses
Dr. Scagel       )     That extension credit courses, Mathematics 310
Mr. Campbell    )     and Microbiology 200, be ohhetied during
7977-72 as recommended by the Faculty oh
Science.
Carried
Report of the Director of Summer Session 1971
The report of the Director of Summer Session for 1971 was received
for information. 5476.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Report of the Registrar on Summer Session Registration 1971
The report of the Registrar on Summer Session registration 1971 was
received for information.
Report of the Registrar on Intersession 1971
The report of the Registrar on Intersession 1971 was received for
information.
Senate Membership
Senate ratified the appointments of the following representatives
to replace those on leave-of-absence during the 1971-72 session:
Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Department of English, to replace Dr. I. Ross
Mr. P. T. Burns, Faculty of Law, to replace Dr. A. J. McClean who
has been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Law.
Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Department of Pathology, to replace Dr. C B.
Bourne
Dr. P. H. Pearse, Department of Economics, to replace Dr. D. G.
Brown
Dr. B. L. White, Department of Physics, to replace Dr. C. W. J. Elliot
who is no longer with the university
Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration,
to replace Miss E. K. McCann
Mr. W. Gerson, School of Architecture, to replace Dr. H. P. Oberlander
It was stated that a replacement for Dr. R. F. Kelly, the Senate
representative of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration, had
not yet been named.
Notification of the re-appointment by the Lt. Governor in Council of
Dr. R. F. Sharp until March 31, 1973, was received for information. 5477.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
Other Business
Concern was expressed regarding two marijuana research projects
presently being undertaken at the University.
Dr. Friedman )
Dr. Norris   )
That the independent marijuana research project
being conducted by dr. Schwarz be reherred to
thz Committzz on Human ExpzrimenXation.
Carried
Members were then asked to consider the following motion:
That Senate call upon the Federal and Provincial
Governments to suspend prosecution of users of
marijuana and hashish and release all those who
have been incarcerated on such charges while
research is being conducted on this question.
After a brief discussion the motion was ruled out of order.
It was suggested that it might be useful if some rules and procedures
could be set out to assist members of Senate since there had been some
confusion when items had been ruled out of order.  It was argued that
detailed procedures could be very restricting and that Senate business
was basically defined by the Universities Act.
Mr. York gave notice of motion as follows:
That a committee be struck to determine the criteria
for deciding who are and who are not "graduate"
students.
The Chairman suggested that Mr. York discuss this matter with
Dr. Moyls. Dean Kenny offered to explain to Mr. York the reasons for
Social Work being administratively in the Faculty of Arts rather than
in the Faculty of Graduate Studies, which was the basis for Mr. York's
concern. 5478.
Wednesday, September 15, 1971.
The meeting adjourned at 10.50 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
October 13, 1971.
A&
K      J  Secretary
Chairman
I 5479.
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APPENDIX 'A
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Russell A. Bankson Prize for Long Fiction
A prize of $100 will be awarded for the best original work of long
fiction (novella or novel) written by a graduate or undergraduate
student while enrolled in the University. The award will be made
by the Department of Creative Writing to which entries must be
submitted by April 1st. For more than sixty years, Russell A.
Bankson has written about the people and events of the Pacific
Northwest.  In stories, essays, articles, histories, biographies and
especially novellas and novels, he has captured the excitement lived
by the cowboys, miners, loggers, ranchers and road builders who met
the challenge of this frontier.  This prize is established in his
honour.
The Grant Redford Memorial Pri2e in Playwriting
A prize of $100 will be awarded for the best original play for the
stage written by a graduate or undergraduate student while enrolled
in the University. The award will be made by the Department of
Creative Writing to which entries must be submitted by April 1st.
For thirty years before his death in 1965, Grant Redford was a widely
published writer of fiction, poetry and drama. A teacher of literature
and a mentor to young writers, he was an inspiration through his own
dedication to the art of writing and through his perceptive but wisely
tempered criticism. This prize is established in his memory. 5480.
APPENDIX *A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate (continued)
Ronald s. Toban Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship of $100, gift of Dr. L. A. Levy and Mr. Stephen
Bernstein, in memory of Ronald S. Toban, is offered to a student
in the Second Year of Medicine proceeding to the Third Year. The
award will be made to a student with a good over-all record who is
outstanding ln the field of internal medicine. 5481.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
New Courses       Fall term:   407, 418, 433, 442
Spring term: 408, 430, 434, 444, 455
either term: 460
Title and/or changes in description and/or unit value:
Fall term:   305, 400, 404, 406, 411, 416
420, 431J 436, 440\  445
Spring term: 401, 413, 421, 441, 446, 456
Deletions Architecture 426, 446
Computer Science 251 (from Architecture requirement)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extension credit courses - 1971-72
ANTHROPOLOGY
200
202
302
330
415
417
Introduction to Social Organization
Contemporary Social Problems in an area selected
from Africa, Latin America, or East Asia, (by
correspondence also)
Comparative Ethnography of Special Areas
Peasants and the Third World
Religion and Society
Language and Culture
ASIAN STUDIES 302 Chinese Literature in Translation
ECONOMICS
ENGLISH
200 Principles of Economics
301 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
302 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
325 Introduction to Empirical Economics
326 Empirical Problems in Economics
200 Literature and Composition
303 English Composition
309 Modern English and its Background
311 Children's Literature
321 Approaches to Poetry
340 The English Novel
355 Chaucer
365 Shakespeare  (by correspondence also)
429 Contemporary Literature
440 Canadian Literature 5482.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extension credit courses - 1971-72 (continued)
FINE ARTS
FRENCH
GEOGRAPHY
200
201
495
HISTORY
125
177
178
303
316
329
428
LINGUISTICS
200
205
PHILOSOPHY
100
201
411
POLITICAL
201
SCIENCE
304
t
PSYCHOLOGY
100
200
206
308
316
406
409
415
RELIGIOUS
300
STUDIES
125 History of Western Art
181 Studio I
335 Renaissance and Mannerist Art
339 19th and 20th Century Art
302  Studies In French Language and Styles II
415 The Twentieth-Century Novel
Human Geography
Locational Analysis
Geography of Latin America (In-the-Field)
Main Currents in Twentieth Century History
History of Africa
History of Africa
History of the Canadian West
Ideas and Institutions of the Middle Ages
The Social Development of Canada
Intellectual History of the United States from
the Colonial period to the present day
General Linguistics: Part I
General Linguistics: Part II
Introduction to Philosophy
Problems in Ethics and Social Philosophy
Aesthetics
Foreign Governments
The Press and Politics
306 Parties and Movements
311 International Violence and its Control
427 Comparative Political Development
Introductory Psychology
Experimental Psychology
Dynamics of Behavior
Social Psychology
Methods in Research
Physiological Psychology
Cognitive Processes
The Psychology of Work
Archaeology of the Ancient Near East 5483.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extension credit courses - 1971-72 (continued)
SPANISH
100
200
300
SOCIOLOGY
200
330
363
365
412
465
474
THEATRE
301
First-year Spanish
Second-year Spanish
Advanced Linguistic Study
Introduction to Sociology
Population Change and its Socio-economic
Implications
History of Social Thought
Socialization
Introduction to Sociological Problems
Sociology of the Arts
Professions and Occupations
301 Children's Theatre
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Agricultural Economics
New courses
508 (l*j) Advanced Production Analysis
540 (l*s) Agriculture in the Developing Economies
Architecture
New course     547 (1-3) Directed Studies
Community and Regional Planning
New course
Deletion
Education
New courses
Changes
535 (1%) Transportation Planning III - Models
470
596 (1%) Design & Analysis in Education Research II
597 (1%) Factor Analysis and its application to
Behavioural Sciences
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APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (continued)
French
Deletion      Romance Studies 519
Nursing
Deletion      531
Physical Education
New course     551 (1*5) Mathematical Applications in the study of
sport and physical activity
Slavonic Studies
Deletion
514
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Course revisions In the Diploma Programme ln Community Health
Nursing (Nursing "b"7
N.344 to become Health Care and Epidemiology 426
N.253 and N.467 to be substituted for N.340 and N.327
Agricultural Economics 401 (l*s) to be substituted for N.202
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