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 8850.
January 21, 1987
The Fifth Regular Meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1986-87 was held on Wednesday, January 21, 1987 at
8.00 p.m. in Room 102, George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President D. W. Strangway (Chairman), Chancellor W. R. Wyman,
Vice-President D. R. Birch, Dr. F. S. Abbott, Dr. C E. Armerding, Ms. P. M.
Arthur, Dr. E. G. Auld, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Mrs. H. M. Belkin, Ms. M.
Branson, Acting Dean S. Cherrv, Dr. T. S. Cook, Ms. L. M. Copeland, Miss
A. M. Daszkowski, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. D. Donaldson, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Mr.
L. N. Ennis, Dr. J. A. S. Evans, Dr. C V. Finnegan, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dr.
J. Gaskell, Dr. J. H. V. Gilbert, Dr. M. A. Goldberg, Dr. M. A. Hickling,
Mrs. D. Jones, Dr. J. P. Kimmins, Mr. J. Kulich, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich, Dr.
D. S. Lirenman, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dr. H. J. Matheson, Mr. J. M.
McConville, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Acting Dean T. D. McKie, Mr. M. G. McMillan,
Dean J. H. McNeill, Dean A. Meisen, Dean R. C. Miller, Jr., Mr. D. M.
Mustard, Mr. C. Niwinski, Mr. G. Olivotto, Miss M. Parikh, Mr. S. R. Pearce,
Mrs. G. E. Plant, Dean J. F. Richards, Mr. J. Ringwald, Dr. D. F.
Robitaille, Mr. T. J. Savage, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. L. de Sobrino, Dr.
R. A. Spencer, Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. R. Stewart, Mr. M. Sugimoto, Mr. G.
Taylor, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Dr. R. C Thompson, Dean W. A. Webber, Dr. L. S.
Weiler, Dean R. M. Will, Dr. D. LL. Williams, Mr. J. A. Williamson, Dr.
M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal, Miss N. E. Woo, Mr. R. A. Yaworsky.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr.
T. M. Ballard, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. G. D. Burnyeat, Dean
R. W. Kennedy, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Dr. A. G. Mitchell, Professor D. Pavlich,
Dr. J. Vanderstoep.
Senate membership
Replacements
Ex-officio
Dr. Sheldon Cherry, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies -
replaces Dean Peter Suedfeld from January 1 to June 30, 1987
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Dr. Frank S. Abbott, representative of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical
Sciences, replaces Dr. T. H. Brown
Minutes of previous meeting
Dr. Lavkulich  )  That the minutes of the Fourth regular
Mr. Pearce    )  meeting of Senate for the Session 1986-87,
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried 8851.
January 21, 1987
Chairman's remarks and related questions
Dr. Strangway informed Senate that Mr. Pattison had declined to accept
the honorary degree offered to him by the University. Dr. Strangway stated
that he had written to Mr. Pattison expressing the regret of the University
at his decision.
A copy of the President's Report on the Library had been circulated at
the meeting. Dr. Strangway stated that this was the first of a number of
President's reports covering the issues and problems facing universities.
He stated that his first report was an in depth look at the library's
history; its use by the community; the many contributions made by the
community; the information explosion and the various steps taken to deal
with this as efficiently as possible, and some of the issues and options for
the future.
Mr. Mclnnes, the University Librarian, thanked the President for making
the Library the subject of his first report and also expressed appreciation
to Community Relations for the excellent work done in producing the report.
He also stated that he was pleased to see recorded the contributions of
librarians, library committees, and friends of the Library, both past and
present. He hoped that the report would lead to the support necessary to
maintain a truly excellent library for the province, as an important part of
the national library and information system.
Dr. Wisenthal commented that the report was an indication of the
President's support for the Library and that it augured well for the future.
Dr. Strangway informed Senate that his next report would cover the
creative and performing arts and their role in this University. 8852.
January  21,   1987
Chairman's  remarks and   related  questions     (continued)
Dr. Strangway reported that he had received a letter from the Premier's
office asking the three universities to prepare a position paper on the role
of the universities in the economy. In his response, Dr. Strangway stated
that he had indicated that the University would be addressing a very broad
range of issues. He stated that this would be an opportunity for the
University to re-state very clearly the basic issues and the basic things
that universities do and how fundamental they are to the functioning and
operation of our society, and that the paper will not be limited to
questions of science and technology, corporate spin-offs and direct industry
activities.
Dean Will stated that he was pleased that the President did have an
opportunity to be heard in this way and that the University should be
grateful that the Minister had given the President this opportunity. Dean
will stated, however, that he was concerned about the exact manner in which
the question had been put and hoped that the President in his answer would
indicate that the University's responsibility is to society as well as to
the economy and the economic well beinq of the province. He felt that since
the question had been put this way, it would be wise to use the lanquage in
terms best understood by individuals putting the question in this manner.
He said that he hoped that the President would remind the Minister that the
University's business is in investment in human capital, and that this
investment is one of the most important parameters or variables affectinq
economic  qrowth. 8853.
January  21,   1987
Chairman's  remarks and   related  questions     (continued)
Dr. Stranqway drew Senate's attention to Open House which will be held
on March 6, 7 and 8, and expressed the hope that members of Senate, faculty,
students, friends and families, as well as members of the community would
participate  in  this  event.
In conclusion, Dr. Strangway stated that he had attended a luncheon on
Saturday, January 10, 1987, at which the Premier had awarded the Premier's
Awards of Excellence to one student from each of the college districts in
the province, judged to be the best student in that district, who had chosen
to come to a post-secondary institution in B.C. He stated that many had
chosen to come directly to U.B.C. and that many of those who had chosen to
attend one of the colleges had indicated they intended eventually to come to
U.B.C.
In response to a query concerning the clarification of the difference
between deferring a degree and declining a degree, as in the case of Mr.
Pattison who had deferred acceptance of an honorary degree in 1986 and then
declined the degree in 1987, the Chairman stated that he would refer this
question   to  the  Tributes   Committee   for   a   response  and   report back  to  Senate.
From  the  Board  of  Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject,
where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the
President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked
to  indicate  the  space  requirements,   if  any,   of  such new programs.
(i) Establishment      of      the      Canada/Korea      Chair      in      Korean      Studies,
recommended  by  the  Faculty of  Arts     (pp.8799-8800)
(ii)       course   changes    recommended   by   the    Faculty   of   Commerce   and   Business
Administration     (p.8805)
(iii)     New courses   (with  the  exception   of   PAED   452  and   PATH  437),   and   course
and  calendar  changes  recommended  by  the  Faculty of  Medicine       (p.8805) 8854.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Applied Science
The following change to the Calendar statement under Humanities
Elective Courses had been considered by the Committee:
"In addition to English 100 which is a required course, Humanities
Elective courses totalling 7.5 units (9 units in Chemical
Engineering) should be selected from courses given in the Faculty of
Arts which are not mathematical or scientific in content."
Dr. Finnegan, Chairman of the Committee, stated that the Committee
recommended approval, subject to the addition of the words "...as
determined by the Faculty of Applied Science."
Dr. Finneqan  )  That the proposed change to the
Dean Meisen   )  Calendar statement under Humanities
Elective courses, recommended by
the Faculty of Applied Science be
approved, subject to the addition
recommended by the Admissions Committee.
Carried
Revision of Requirements for Admission to Engineering
The following proposal had been circulated at the meeting:
"Under "Admissions from Science":
(a) second paragraph - change to read:
"Applicants who have taken at least two or more years of Science
normally must have an overall average on all courses taken in their
most recent two years of study in Science, including any failed
courses, of at least 60 percent."
(b) third paragraph - change to read:
"Applicants from First Year Science at The University of British
Columbia or an approved university or college should normally have
taken the following prerequisite subjects (applicants who are
deficient one or more of these subjects should consult the Office of
the Dean of Applied Science). 8855.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Applied Science
Revision of Requirements for Admission to Engineering  (continued)
(c) Under "Admission from Engineering Programs at Other Universities":
delete the words, "A high second class standing is normally required"
and start the second sentence: "Students who have been required to
withdraw . . .".
The Committee recommended approval of item  (a),  subject to the
following rewording of the proposed change:
"Applicants registered in the Faculty of Science who have taken 30 or
more units normally must have an average on all courses taken in
their most recent 30 units of study in Science, including any failed
units, of at least 60 percent."
Dr. Finnegan  )  That the proposed revision of requirements
Dean Meisen   )  for admissions from Science, item (a), be
approved, subject to the modifications
recommended by the Admissions Committee.
Carried
The Committee recommended that approval of item (b) be withheld
pending discussion involving the Faculty of Applied Science, the Faculty
of Science and the Senate Admissions Committee.
Dr. Finnegan  )  That approval of item (b) be withheld
Dean Miller    )  pendinq discussion involvinq the Faculty
of Applied Science, the Faculty of Science
and the Senate Admissions Committee.
Dr. Spencer stated that the proposal had been approved by the Faculty
in November and had not been discussed by the Admissions Committee until
January. The Faculty had had no opportunity to respond and as a
consequence the chanqe would not appear in the Calendar. 8856.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Applied Science
Revision of Requirements for Admission to Engineering  (continued)
In amendment:
Dean Miller   )  That item (b) be approved, subject to
Dean Meisen   )  minor modifications in wording to be
agreed upon by the Deans of Applied Science
and Science and the Chairman of the Senate
Admissions Committee.
Carried
The Committee  recommended approval  of  item  (c)  subject  to the
following rewording:
Change to: "While Engineering students attending other
universities and wishing to transfer to the Faculty of
Applied Science at UBC will be considered; students who have
been required to withdraw from an engineering program at
another university will not be considered."
Dr. Finnegan   )  That the proposed revision of requirements
Dean Meisen   )  under "Admission from Engineering Programs at
Other Universities", item (c), be approved,
subject to the modifications recommended
by the Admissions Committee.
Carried
Curriculum Committee  (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Thompson presented the report on curriculum proposals submitted by
the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, the Faculty of Applied Science, the
School of Architecture, the Faculties of Arts, Commerce and Business
Administration, Dentistry, Forestry, Graduate Studies, Law, Medicine, and
the Schools of Nursing, Physical Education and Recreation, and
Rehabilitation Medicine. 8857.
January 21,   1987
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Curriculum  Committee     (continued)
Faculty  of  Agricultural   Sciences
The Committee recommended approval, with the exception of Food Science
414 which is being withheld pending satisfactory consultation with
Microbiology,   and  subject  to  the  following:
Department     of     Food     Science,     under     Program     Change,     Agricultural
Sciences  400  should  read  Agricultural  Sciences  410.
Department   of   Plant   Science,   Note   4,   delete   all   references   to   (1.5)
units  after   the  course numbers.
Department   of   Soil   Science,    Note   3,   delete   all   references   to    (1.5)
units  after  the  course numbers.
Faculty of  Applied  Science
(i) The Committee recommended approval, subject to minor editorial
changes and with the exception of proposed changes to Phvsics 250,
452, 453, 454, 455 and 458 and changes to the Engineering Physics
proqrams which are being withheld subject to approval by the
Faculty of   Science.
N.B. The unit value of CIVL 479 (which is to be changed to CIVL
413) should be changed from (1) to (1.5). It should also be noted
that the addition of CIVL 4 31 to the Fourth Year Civil Engineering
Program  is  effective  September  1988.
(ii) The committee recommended approval of a revision to the Calendar
statement for Co-operative Education Programs in the Faculty of
Applied  Science.
School   of  Architecture
The   committee   recommended   approval   of   Calendar   changes   from   the   School
of  Architecture.
Faculty of  Arts
The  Committee  recommended  approval,   subject  to  the  following:
Department   of   Theatre,    under   Third   and   Fourth   Years,    change   "third
year  and  above"  to  read   "only  courses  numbered  300  and  above".
Faculty  of  Commerce and Business  Administration
The   Committee   recommended   approval   of   a   Four-Year   Bachelor   of   Commerce
Degree Program,   subject  to the   following:
Change  in  number  - COMM  291  to  COMM  237   (omitted  from submission) 8858.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration  (continued)
COMM 290 - change description to read: "Introduction to decision
models in business; production planning; linear programming;
probability theory and discrete random variables."
COMM 296 - change description to read: "Introduction to the basic
concepts of management and administration; the internal operation of
the enterprise; the relationship between the enterprise and the
business environment; the analytical tools including computer
literacy used in management."
Under list of deletions for September 1988 - change COMM 291 to COMM
237
Under Dean's Honour Roll change second paragraph to read: "The words
"with Honours" will be placed on the transcript of record, the degree
certificate and the deqree parchment of a student graduating with the
B.Com. degree where the averaqe is 80% or better in the normal
courseload of the final two years. A maximum of three units of 200
level courses may be included in this averaqe."
Faculty of Dentistry
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Dentistry.
Faculty of Forestry
The Committee recommended approval, subject to the following"
WOOD 335 - under Prerequisite, chanqe Mathematics 205 to read
Mathematics/Statistics 205 and delete Statistics 204
WOOD 371 and 377 - delete Forestry 111 from list of prerequisites
WOOD 470 - delete Forestry 111 from list of prerequisites
WOOD 482 - the followinq chanqe in description was omitted from the
submission:
"Principles and methods of seasoning of forest products; principles
of finishing wood. Offered in 1986/87 and in alternate years
thereafter."
FORH 463 and 465 - delete phvsics 170 from list of prerequisites
FRST 204 - under Prerequisite, Soils 200 should read Soil Science 20 0
FRST 306 - delete Forestry 204 from list of prerequisites 8859.
January  21,   1987
Reports   of  Committees  of   Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of  Forestry     (continued)
Forestry  351,   unit value should  read   (1.5)
Program changes  - First and Second Year, move item 2 to Third Year
Faculty of  Graduate  Studies
(i) The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals,
subject  to  the   following:
MMPE 590 should read MMPE 592, and the title should read Stability
and Rheology of  Mineral  Suspensions.
MMPE  572  - the  unit value  should  read   (l/2)£
(ii) The committee recommended approval of a Graduate Program in
Experimental  Medicine,   subject  to  the  following:
Calendar Entry - on sixth line change D.D.M. to D.M.D. and change
the last sentence to read: "The student's research program must
be acceptable to his or her research supervisor as well as to the
Department's Committee on Postgraduate Degree in Experimental
Medicine."
MEDI 501 - change description to read: "Abnormal physiological
mechanisms in diseases of the heart, lungs, kidney,
gastrointestinal  tract,   and  central nervous  system."
(iii) The Committee recommended approval of further curriculum
proposals,   subject   to  the  following:
COMM 536, change the title to read: "Analysis and Design of
Information  Systems"
PATH  501,   title  should   read:   "Systemic Pathology"
Faculty of  Law
The   committee   recommended   approval   of   a   new   course,    subject   to   minor
editorial  changes.
Faculty of  Medicine
(i) The committee recommended approval of two new courses, PAED 452
and PATH 437, which had been withheld at the November 12, 1986
Senate meeting.
(ii) The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals,
subject  to the   following:
PATH  306  - Delete   the words   "course  in"  from the description.
(N.B.   The  previous number  for  this  course was   403  not   404) 8860.
January  21,   1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
School of Nursing
(i) The Committee recommended approval of curriculum revisions,
subject to the following:
Under the Fourth Year of the program add: Nursing 445 (0)
Extended Practicum in Professional Nursing
Nursing 131 - add: "Prerequisite:  Nursing 130"
Nursing 202 - the hours should be (3-2-0)
Nursing 230 - change "...middle adults..." to read "...middle-aged
adults..." in the description of this course.
Nursing 442 - add: "Prerequisite: generic students only, Nursing
432"
Nursing 304 - note that the Statistics 203 prerequisite has been
deleted.
Nursing 426 - the hours should be (3-0-0;0-0-0)
(ii) The committee recommended approval of additional proposals
concerning the ratio of lecture hours to clinical hours for 3-unit
courses and the completion of the St. John Ambulance basic life
support course "Basic Rescuer".
School of Physical Education and Recreation
(i) The Committee recommended approval of curriculum revisions,
subject to the following:
N.B.  All reference to PHED 220 should read PHED 200
Change PHED 220 to PHED 200
Change last sentence on page 4 to read: "These core courses are
normally to be taken in first and Second Years (exception: 1.5
units from either PHED 310 or 320 shall be taken in Third or
Fourth Year)".
Under Second Year, change PHED 220 to PHED 200
Note 2, first sentence should read: "A total of 24 to 33 units..."
Replace Note 3 with the following:
"3. Teacher Certification Program; the requirements for the
Faculty of Education Teacher Certification Programs in Physical
Education are given in the Faculty of Education section of the
Calendar." 8861.
January 21,   1987
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Curriculum Committee
School  of Physical  Education and Recreation     (continued)
PHED   310  and   320   -  change  units   to   (1.5-6)d
Change   PHED  410  to  PHED  420
PHED 367 Leisure and Disabled Persons - change description to
read:     "Leisure  opportunities and  policy  issues  for..."
PHED 284 - the co-requisite statement should read: "Co-requisite:
Physical  Education  391.     Prerequisite:     completion  of  First  Year."
PHED 352 - approval recommended subject to change in title and
description, as follows: 352 (1.5) Health and Lifestyles in
Physical Education - Health and wellness issues in physical
education; personal, social and professional benefits accruing
from healthy lifestyles, especially physical activity.
Prerequisite:     Physical  Education  391.
PHED  355  - add d_ after  the  unit value
PHED  375  - add  change   in  prerequisites.
PHED  492  - Delete  the words   "Analysis  of...".
PHED 448  -  Units  should   read:   (1.5/3)d.     change  hours  to   (2-2).
PHED 361 - the proposed change in prerequisite from PHED 262 to
PHED 391 is not to be considered until approved bv the Faculty of
Education.
PHED  261   -  "contey"  should  read   "contemporary".
N.B. PHED 262 and PHED 201-290 will be deleted in September 1989
and   PHED   301-450 will  be   deleted   immediately.
(ii)     Programs  offered  by  the  School.
N.B. Replace PHED 220 with PHED 200 and PHED 410 with PHED 420 in
all programs
Exercise  Science  -   The   committee   recommended  approval     (Under   Year
3  change  PHED  220   to  PHED  200)
Motor      Performance     and      Control     -     The     committee      recommended
approval     (Under  Year  2  change  PHED  220  to  PHED  200)
Leisure   Studies   -   The   committee   recommended   approval     (Under   Year
2  change   PHED  220   to  PHED  200) 8862.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School of Physical Education and Recreation
(ii)  Programs offered by the School.  (continued)
Health and Fitness - The committee recommended approval, subject
to specialization (iv) being changed to read "(iv) 6 units of 300
and 400 level science courses which carry credit in the Faculty of
Science". Note that the unit value under item 2. should read
12-15. Also note that in specialization (iii) COMM 362 should be
replaced by (1.5) units of Arts, Science or Commerce electives.
Instruction and coaching - The committee recommends approval,
subject to the following:
The  unit value for the Instruction Specialization should read
(10.5-13.5) and for the Coaching Specialization (13.5).
The Elective should read (18-21) units.
All references to PHED 410 should be changed to PHED 42 0
Add "Commerce" after Arts/Science under Year 1, 2, 3 and 4
Under Year 4 the unit value for "Arts/Science/Commerce" and
"Program Elective" should read:  (3-6) and (0-3) respectively.
Leisure & Sport Administration - The committee recommends
approval (Under Year 2 change PHED 220 to 200.) N.B. COMM 362
should be replaced by (1.5) units of Arts, Science or Commerce
electives.
General Studies in Physical Education - The committee recommends
approval (Under Year 2 change PHED 220 to 200.)
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
School of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Dr. Thompson  )  That the proposals of the Faculty of
Dr. Goldberg   )  Agricultural Sciences, the Faculty of
Applied Science, the School of Architecture,
the Faculties of Arts, Commerce and Business
Administration, Dentistry, Forestry, Graduate
Studies, Law, Medicine, and the Schools of
Nursing, Physical Education and Recreation,
and Rehabilitation Medicine be approved, subject
to the provisos noted. 8863.
January  21,   1987
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Curriculum  Committee     (continued)
In response to queries concerning the Four-Year Bachelor of Commerce
Degree Program, Dean Lusztig stated that U.B.C. was the only university in
North America offering a five-year business program. He felt that it was
unfair to students to provide a bachelor's degree in five years when every
other university in North America is able to offer it in four. He also
felt that in the five-year program, Commerce had been providing a great
deal more specialization than is appropriate for a bachelor's degree. He
stated that the Faculty had considered the breadth required for a
university education, and because they appreciated the importance of a
qeneral education they had been very careful to preserve that first year
of Arts and Science. Cuts had therefore been made to the remainder of the
program. Dean Lusztig noted that the trend elsewhere for professional
faculties moving to a four-year program had been to eliminate either the
Arts or Science component. While it was true that within the three years
of Commerce both the Commerce and non-Commerce component had been cut,
they had  kept  the  first  year   15  units outside  of  the  Faculty.
In response to a further query it was confirmed that the Faculty of Law
had been consulted and had supported the discontinuation of the Combined
B.Com./LL.B. degree for students enrolling in the new Four Year Commerce
Program.
Concern was expressed that the proposed changes to Phvsics 250, 452,
453, 454, 455 and 458 and changes to the Engineering Physics programs were
being withheld  and  would  not  therefore appear   in  the  1987/88 Calendar. 8864.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
In amendment:
Dr. Auld      ) That the proposed changes to Physics 250,
Dean Meisen    )  452, 453, 454, 455 and 458 and changes to
the Engineering Physics programs be accepted.
Dr. Thompson explained that the Committee had always operated under the
principle that courses or programs offered in one Faculty and budgeted for
in another Faculty had to be approved by both those Faculties, but in
particular by the budget Faculty. in the past, approval of such items had
been recommended subject to acceptance bv the second Faculty, but that is
usually in a case when it is clear that the other Faculty will be dealing
with it before any particular important deadline. In this case, it was
clear that it would have been pointless for the Committee to make a
recommendation for approval subject to approval by Science, because it
could not have been dealt with by the Faculty of Science in time for the
January Senate meeting, which is the last meeting for approval of items to
be published in the Calendar. To pass this amendment could create a
rather difficult precedent of having one Faculty having something passed
by Senate which really affects two Faculties.
The Dean of Science indicated that he had no problem with the amendment.
The amendment- was put and carried.
Dr. Cook noted that there was a great shortage of nursing personnel in
the province and asked if the number of places in the Nursing program
would be increased in light of the revised curriculum proposals presented
by the School of Nursing. In response, Dr. Willman stated that she was
aware of the concern about the shortage of nurses in the province but 8865.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
could not say that there would be an increase in the number of places
within the next two years since the School was still in the process of
meeting expectations for faculty reductions.  Dean Meisen commented that
with higher admission standards it would be reasonable to expect a lower
failure rate, which would therefore result in an increase in the number of
students graduating from the program.
Dean Lusztig drew attention to the proposals from the School of Physical
Education and Recreation and statements that 3-6 units could be taken from
Arts, Science, or Commerce electives. He pointed out that students
enrolled in first year University could not take courses in first year
Commerce since there are prerequisites to these courses.
The motion to approve the proposals presented by the curriculum
committee, as amended, was put and carried.
Nominating Committee
Dr.   Tennant,   Chairman of  the  Committee,   presented  the  following report:
"1.   Membership and  Officers  of  Senate
Item 2.3 of the report of the ad hoc Committee on Senate Procedures,
adopted at the April 23, 1986 meeting, states that "Senate shall
elect a Vice Chairman at least annually, who shall chair meetings in
the absence of the president; but in no case shall a vice chairman
serve more  than two  consecutive  terms."
The Nominating Committee recommends that Dr. C V. Finnegan be
elected Vice-chairman replacing Dr. A. J. Elder for the remainder of
the   1986-87  session.
N.B. The committee understands that further nominations may be made
from the  floor.
2.  Vacancies on Senate Committees
The Nominating Committee nominates the following persons to fill
vacancies  on  Senate  Committees:
Admissions
Mr.   G.   Taylor     - replacing  Mr.   Neil  Benson 8866.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
"2. Vacancies on Senate Committees  (continued)
Appeals on Academic Standing
Dr. J. P. Kimmins - replacing Dr. T. H. Brown
Dr. D. F. Robitaille - replacing Dr. A. J. Elder
Budget
Dr.   L.   M.   Lavkulich     -  replacing  Dr.   B.   C.   McBride
Student   Appeals  on  Academic  Discipline
Acting Dean S.  Cherry    - replacing Dean P.   Suedfeld
Dean  R.   C.   Miller,   Jr.   -  replacing  Dr.   T.   H.   Brown
Student  Awards
Acting  Dean  s.   Cherry    -  replacing Dean P.   Suedfeld
Library
Dr.   F.   S.  Abbott    - replacing Dr.   B.   C.   McBride
Senate  representatives on:
Vancouver   School   of   Theology   -   Mrs.   G.   E.   Plant   replacing  Dr.   A.   J.
Elder
Regent   College     -     Dr.   G.   W.   Eaton   replacing  Dr.   T.   H.   Brown"
Dr.   Tennant )     That   Dr.   C.   V.   Finnegan  be  elected
Dr.   Cook )     Vice-chairman of  Senate,   replacing
Dr.  A.  J.   Elder,   for the  remainder
of  the  1986-87 session.
Car ri ed
Dr.   Tennant
Dr.   Cook
That  the   recommendations  of  the  Nominating
Committee  to  fill  vacancies  on  Senate
Committees,  and  for Senate  representatives
to  serve  on  the Vancouver  School  of  Theology
Senate and Regent   College  Senate,   be  approved.
Car ried 8867.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate  (continued)
Committee on Student Awards
Dr. Williams   )  That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Dean Lusztig  )  be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Car ried
Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees - progress report on proposed alterations to procedures
At the November 12, 1986 meeting, the Tributes Committee was
instructed to prepare a report proposing alterations to the current
procedures for the selection and approval of candidates for honorary
degrees, and that the report be received for decision by Senate at its
meeting in January 1987.
Dr. Dennison stated that the Committee was not yet ready to submit
its final report to Senate but felt that it should make a progress
report in order to give members of Senate an opportunity to make
suggestions. He stated that the Committee receives approximately 100
nominations for honorary degrees each year. These nominations come from
various groups, from individuals, and sometimes a large number of
individuals nominate the same person. Nominations are received from
both inside and outside the university community. He stated that the
Committee certainly expected and encouraged nominations from outside the
university community. Having addressed these 100 or more names, the
Committee is then engaged in a process to reduce the list and eventually
arrive at a final list. There is a very open discussion, and an
examination of the curricula vitae or the equivalent thereof. The
material is read by members of the Committee, during which there is a
process of elimination.  At the same time there is an attempt to keep a 8868.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees - progress report on proposed alterations to procedures
(continued)
number of categories in mind. Basically there are four categories: one
representing the academics; one representing the arts and humantities -
visual and performing arts; one representing public service, which
covers a wide range; the fourth category representing the business
community and other such groups. Clearly some individuals transcend one
or two or more of those categories, but bascially the discussion
revolves around those categories; the intent being that there will be
representation in the final list for those four categories. In the
final stages of the process the Committee has adopted various
approaches. There is a voting procedure which attempts to produce a
short list, which represents a majority view of the Committee, from the
final list of names. There are now six graduation ceremonies and that
does play a role in the number of candidates selected, but there is no
set number. The final list that is presented to Senate comes as a
package representing the various categories described.
The motion passed at the November 12 meeting asked the Committee to
do two things; to look at the criteria and to look at the procedure.
Dr. Dennison stated that the Committee spent some time on the criteria
and decided to cast a wide net that was broad enough to meet its needs
as far as its experience had indicated. Dr. Dennison then read to
Senate the existing criteria for awarding honorary degrees: "The award
of an honorary degree is a recognition by The University of British 8869.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees - progress report on proposed alterations to procedures
(continued)
Columbia  of  distinguished  achievement  or  of  outstanding  service.
Nominees should be distinguished scholars, creative artists, public
servants, persons prominent in the community and the professions and
others who have made significant contributions to the life of the
University,  to the province, or nationally or internationally.  The
over-riding criterion for the awarding of an honorary degree should be
excellence, eminenence, and accomplishment."  The Committee looked at
these criteria and was of the opinion that it should not be changed,  in
the final report these will be the criteria placed before Senate.
Dr. Dennison stated that, as instructed, the Committee had also
discussed possible procedures for the general eligibility criteria which
would be applied bv the Tributes Committee in selecting candidates for
presentation to Senate, which would allow for the written presentation
to Senate of a brief c.v. on each honorary degree candidate. Dr.
Dennison stated that under the powers of Senate section 36 (h) of the
University Act, which reads: "to provide for and to grant degrees,
including honorary degrees, diplomas and certificates of proficiency,
except in theology", clearly indicates that Senate has the final say.
One of the problems facing the Committee was the need for
confidentiality, given the fact that the Committee would be discussing
the names of individuals without their knowledge and without their
permission. Their permission is not obtained, they presumably have no
knowledge that they are being considered for an honorary degree until
they are informed by the President that they are invited to do so. 8870.
January 21,   1987
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Tributes  Committee
Honorary  Degrees   - progress  report  on proposed  alterations  to procedures
(continued)
Bearing    in   mind   the   need   for   confidentiality,    the   Committee   suggested
that   the   following  procedure  might   be   adopted.     The   agenda  prepared   for
Senate   would    include   the   names   of   the   individuals    to   be   proposed   for
honorary    degrees,     in    effect     the    short     list.       The    names    would    be
accompanied     by     a     brief     statement     on     their     backgrounds     and     their
particular    field    of    endeavour,    in   other   words    the    rationale    for    the
names   coming   forward.      The   members   of   Senate   would   receive   this   a  week
before  the  meeting.     Furthermore,   members   of  the   Senate  would   be   invited
on  a confidential  basis  to examine,   read,   and  view the  c.v and any other
material     available.       The    material    would    be     kept     in    the    Ceremonies
Office.       Members    of    Senate    only    would    be    invited    to    look    at    this
material.      Then,    at   the   Senate   meeting   the   names   would   be   proposed   en
bloc   and   the   Committee   would   recommend   that   Senate   accept   this   list   of
names    as    the    candidates    for    honorary    degrees.       in    conclusion,    Dr.
Dennison   stated   that   the   Committee   felt   that   the   procedure   outlined  was
a     reasonable     compromise    and     that     it    met     the     concerns     written    or
unwritten  contained  in  the  November  12  motion.
In the discussion that followed, a variety of suggestions were made
with respect to the Committee itself. There were several suggestions
that it might be enlarged to better reflect the various interest groups
in the University. There was a suggestion that sub-committees in
various discipline areas be established. A number of speakers
emphasized the need to protect the confidentiality of the names and that
any    unnecessary    circulation    of    the    names    under    consideration    might 8871.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees - progress report on proposed alterations to procedures
(continued)
violate confidentiality.   Others,  however,  expressed the view that
Senate needed time to consider the candidates and to know more about
their background.  There was also discussion on the voting procedure
when Senate was asked to approve the final list.  While some felt that
individual voting was desirable,  others felt that this would be an
embarrassment to individuals who were not aware that their names had
been put forward.  One suggestion made was that nominators use a
standard  form  which  would  include  background  material  on  the
candidates.  Another member of Senate felt that there should be a
substantially expanded committee, delegated to make the decision.  The
member  stated  that  the  committee  should  be  charged  with  the
responsibility  of  maintaining  confidentiality,  and  it  should  be
delegated to make a decision on the final list presented to Senate.
Dr. Dennison thanked members of Senate for their comments and
suggestions and stated that the Committee would take them into
consideration in compiling its final report.
Academic Dress for B.Sc. (Dietetics) Degree
Dr. Dennison reported that last spring, Senate had approved the
granting of a B.Sc. (Dietetics) degree. The Tributes Committee
recommended that the colours for the hood be turquoise with a qold and
white twisted cord. 8872.
January 21, 1987
Reports of Committees of Senate
Tributes Committee
Academic Dress for B.Sc.(Dietetics) Degree  (continued)
Dr. Dennison   )  That the colours for the hood for the
Dr. Tennant   )  B.Sc. (Dietetics) Degree be turquoise
with a go Id and white twisted cord.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Carried
Residency requirements  - change  in  Calendar  statement
The  following revised  Calendar  statement had been circulated:
B.    Program  of   Study   -   l.(a)   Replace   first   paragraph  with   the   following
two paragraphs   (i)  and   (ii).     No change  to para   (iii).
(i) Students admitted with a Bachelor's degree normally
will be required to spend a minimum of three winter
sessions in full-time status at the University (see
Graduate   Student   Status"   in  this  section).
(ii) Students admitted with a Master's degree normally
will be required to spend a minimum of two winter
sessions in full-time status at the University.
Departments may recommend a longer residency
requirement.
(iii) For students with Master's degrees and relevant
professional experience, the residence requirement
may be reduced to twelve consecutive months on
campus. Candidates must meet special requirements,
details of which can be obtained from the Dean of
Graduate   Studies.
It was stated in the material circulated that one of the requirements of
Admitted to Candidacy is that the student complete the residency period.
However, nowhere is a minimum residency period defined. Residency for
students with a Bachelor's degree is defined as normally three winter
sessions. For students with a Master's degree this period may be reduced
but  neither a normal  nor  a minimum period   is defined. 8873.
January 21, 1987
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Residency requirements - change in Calendar statement  (cont inued)
A reduced residency of twelve consecutive months is provided  for
students who satisfy special conditions.
Acting Dean Cherry )  That the revised Calendar statement
Dean Beagrie      )  concerning residency requirements be
approved.
Car ri ed
Proposed Schedule for Classes and Examinations - 1987-88
The following recommended Schedule for Classes and Examinations for the
1987-88 Academic Year had been circulated:
Tue. Sept 1 - Fri. Sept 4 - Registration Week.
Mon. Sept 7 - Labour Day - University closed.
Tue. Sept 8 - Winter Session day and evening classes
begin.
Fri. Dec 4 - Last day of classes for most faculties,
scheduling formal Christmas examinations.
Mon. Dec 7 - Fri. Dec 18 - Christmas exam schedule.
Fri. Dec 18 - First term ends, Winter Session.
It was stated in the material circulated that, historically,
registration week (four days) has followed Labour Day. Continuing this
practice would have term 1 ending on December 23, 1987 with no flexibility
in the examination schedule. This proposal, for an earlier registration
week and start date, allows for the scheduling of the thirteen weeks of
classes and a ten day examination period ending December 18, 1987. The
adoption of this new schedule will allow for the increasing number of final
examinations in term 1.
Dr. Finnegan  )  That the Schedule for Classes and
Dr. Tennant   )  Examinations for the 1987-88 Academic
Year be approved.
Car ri ed 8874.
January  21,   1987
The meeting adjourned  at   10.30 p.m
The   next   regular   meeting   of   Senate   will   be   held   on  Wednesday,   February
18,   1987.
Secretary
Confi rmed,
Chairman 8875.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards   recommended  to  Senate
British Columbia Forest Products Limited Fellowship in Silviculture - This
fellowship, the gift of British Columbia Forest Products Limited, provides
$5,000 annually for the support of graduate studies in silviculture in the
Faculty of Forestry at The University of British Columbia. The fellowship
will be awarded to a candidate recommended by the Faculty of Forestry in
consultation with  the  company.     (Available  1987/88 Winter  Session)
Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Prize - A prize of a medal, a
certificate and $50, the gift of the Canadian Society for Chemical
Engineering, is offered to a student entering the final year. It will be
awarded to the student obtaining highest standing in the third year of
Chemical  Engineering.     (Available  1986/87 Winter  Session)
Leslie E. Harowitz Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of approximately
$300 has been established by friends of "Glenrobin" in memory of Leslie E.
Harowitz. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Law.      (Available   19 86/8 7 Winter   Session)
Paul Heller Fellowship - A fellowship in the amount of $1,500 has been made
available by his wife and children, to commemorate Paul Heller's 75th
birthday. The fellowship will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Graduate Studies to a student planning a career related to forest
products. While achievements in the field of forest products will be the
primary criteria for selection, the financial circumstances of the candidate
will also be taken into consideration. Preference will be given to Canadian
citizens  or  permanent  residents.     (Available   1987/88 Winter  Session)
Parrish E. Lalonde Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
$500 has been endowed in memory of Parrish Lalonde who lost his life in a
plane crash while returning to University on September 1, 1986. This award
has been established by his family and many friends, and pays tribute to his
outstanding scholastic ability, his fine personal qualities and the high
regard and affection in which he was held. It will be awarded on the
recommendation of the Faculty to a student in the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration with preference to a student entering second year.
(Available  1987/88 Winter  Session)
Katherine Genevieve MacDougall Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of
approximately $450 has been made available by family and friends, in memory
of Katherine MacDougall. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Law, to a student who achieves high academic standing. in
years when Law 350 (Children and the Law) is offered, the prize will be
available  for  that  course.     (Available  1986/87 Winter  Session)
Dean of Medicine Medical Student Aid Fund - a short term revolving loan fund
has been donated by the Honourable Thomas A. Dohm, Q.C, B.A., LL.D. for the
purpose of providing short term loans for students in the Faculty of
Medicine who are in good academic standing and who, in the opinion of the
Dean of Medicine are also in need of financial assistance. Applicants
should contact the Dean of Medicine's office. (Available 1986/87 Winter
Session) 8876.
January 21,   1987
APPENDIX   'A'
New awards  recommended to  Senate     (continued)
Dr. Margaret Mullinger Prize in Paediatrics - A prize in the amount of
approximately $500 has been endowed bv friends and associates in honour of
Margaret Mullinger. The award will be made to the third year medical
student who, in the opinion of the Department, has shown outstanding ability
in  Paediatrics.     (Available  1986/8 7 Winter  Session)
C L. Mitchell Prize - An annual prize in the amount of $200 has been made
available to recognize Mr. Mitchell's contributions over more than 30 years
to students in the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration. The
prize will be awarded to the student obtaining the highest standing in
Commerce 353 (Intermediate Financial Accounting). The award will be made on
the  recommendation  of  the  Faculty.      (Available   1986/87 Winter  Session)
Thunderbird Society Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $750 has
been made available by the UBC Thunderbird Society. The award will be made
to a student who demonstrates outstanding academic ability and is also a
member of the UBC Golf Team. The award will be made on the recommendation
of the Director, Athletics and Sport Services in consultation with the
Director,   Awards   and   Financial  Aid.      (Available   1986/87 winter   Session) 8877.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  AGRICULTURAL  SCIENCES
Agricultural  Economics
Change program footnote 5 to read: Core courses include Agricultural
Economics 302, 306, 340, 361, 374, 400, 407 and 420. Students selecting
Agricultural Economics 499 must choose a minimum of 7.5 units from this
list,   those  taking Agricultural  Economics  498  require  9 units.
Change program footnote 1 to read: This requirement may be met by a
choice of courses offered within the Faculty but outside the
Department. The choice normally will be made from the following list:
Animal Science 258, Bio-Resource Engineering 258, Food Science 258 or
259,   Plant   Science  259,   Soil  Science  200  or  214.
Food   Science
New course Food   Science   404    (1.5)    Food   Analysis   -   Physical   and
Sensory Methods
Changes Food Science 402 - change in hours
Food Science 303 - change hours and description
Change explanatory note 1 to read: The program must include 4.5 units
of courses chosen from the following list in consultation with a faculty
advisor: Agricultural Economics 201 or 258; Bio-Resource Engineering
258;  Animal Science 258;  Plant Science 259, Soil Science 200 or 214.
Deletion Food Science 412
Program change:
Third and Fourth Year
Agricultural Sciences 300 1
Agricultural Sciences 410 1.5
Bio-Resource Engineering 300 1.5
Food Science 301 1.5
Food Science 302 1.5
Food Science 303 1.5
Food Science 308 1.5
Food Science 309 1.5
Food Science 4 04 1.5
Food Science 424 I
Food Science 499 3
Food Science Electives (Note 3) 3
Microbiology 307 1.5
Plant Science 321 or equivalent 1.5
Nutrition Elective (Note 4) 1.5
Breadth Elective (Note 5) 3
Program Electives (Note 2) 3
Unrestricted Electives (Note 6) 4.5
35 8878.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  AGRICULTURAL   SCIENCES      (continued)
Plant   Science
Change explanatory note 4 to read: Students are required to take a
minimum of 4.5 units of courses offered outside the Department of Plant
Science but within the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. In order to
meet this requirement, students in the Department of Plant Science are
required to take Soil Science 200 in second year. The remaininq 3 unit
minimum should normally be selected from the following: Aqricultural
Economics 201 or 258. Animal Science 258, Bio-Resource Enqineerinq 258,
Food Science 258 or 259, Soil Science 214. Soil Science 214 is stronqly
recommended for students in all options. Aqricultural Economics 258 and
Animal Science 258 are both required of students in the Agronomy and
Rangeland  Resources options.
Soil   Science
New course Soil  Science  422   (1.5)   Root   Symbioses
Changes Soil      Science      321      -     chanqe      in      prerequisite     and
scheduling
Change explanatory note 3 to read: This requirement may be met bv a
choice of courses offered within the Faculty but outside the
Department. The choice should normally be made from the followinq
list: Animal Science 258, Aqricultural Economics 201 or 258;
Bio-Resource Enqineering 258; Food Science 258 or 259; Plant Science
259. Students in the rangeland resources option are required to
complete  Animal  Science   258  and  Plant   Science   259.
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Applied Science
Chanqe APSC 450 - chanqe description
Chemical Enqineering
Changes CHML 341, 351 - change description
CHML 442 - change hours
Deletion CHML 441
Civil Enqineerinq
Chanqes CIVL 3 00 - chanqe hours
CIVL 330, 332, 340 - chanqe description
CIVL 431 - chanqe number, hours (was 333)
CIVL 406, 432 - chanqe title, description
CIVL 331 - chanqe number, description (was 430) 8879.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Civil Enqineerinq     (continued)
Chanqes
CIVL  430  -  chanqe  number,  description,  hours,
prerequisite (was 431)
CIVL 4 39 - chanqe number (was 435)
CIVL 435 - chanqe number, units, title, description,
hours (was 455)
CIVL 433 - chanqe number, units, title, description,
hours (was 461)
CIVL 421 - change number, units, description, hours
(was 477)
CIVL   413   -   change   number,    units,   hours,   prerequisite
(was  479)
CIVL 434 - change number, title, units, description,
hours (was 492)
Deletions
CIVL 459, 460, 462, 467, 470, 481, 485, 495
Changes
! in Programs
Second Year
Thi rd Year
CIVL
205
1.5
CIVL
300
1.5
CIVL
215
1.5
CIVL
3 01
1.5
CIVL
220
1.5
CIVL
310
1.5
CIVL
225
1.5
CIVL
311
1.5
CIVL
230
1.5
CIVL
315
1.5
CIVL
231
1.5
CIVL
316
1.5
CIVL
232
1.5
CIVL
320
1.5
CIVL
235
2.0
CIVL
3 21
1.0
MATH
253
1.5
CIVL
330
1.5
MATH
254
1.5
CIVL
3 31
1.5
MATH
255
1.5
CIVL
332
1.5
STAT
251
1.5
CIVL
340
1.5
iHumanities
MATH
257
1.5
Electives
3.0
Humanities
Elect
ive
1.5
! Please refer to the statement headed "Humanities Electives Courses"
above. 8880.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Civil Engineering  (continued)
Changes in Programs
Fourth Year
CIVL 4 00 1.5
CIVL 402 1.0
CIVL 405 1.5
CIVL 410 1.5
CIVL 415 1.5
CIVL 430 1.5
CIVL 431 1.5
CIVL 439 1.5
*CIVL 445 ) 1>C5
CIVL 446 )
APSC 450 0.5
Humanities 3.0
Plus technical electives
from Civil Engineering 4.5
* Students must take either CIVL 445 or CIVl 446.
Electrical Engineering
New      ELEC 313 (1.5)  Microcomputer Systems Programming
Changes  ELEC 254, 258 - change hours
ELEC 263 - chanqe title, description, add prerequisite
ELEC 356, 358 - chanqe hours, add prerequisite
ELEC 478 - chanqe title, description, add prerequisite
ELEC 253, 352, 359, 360, 362, 363, 365, 371, 37?, 455,
461, 463, 464, 466, 468,  477, 492, 493, 494
- add or chanqe prerequisite
ELEC 469, 470, 483 - chanqe or add prerequisite and add
statement to description re prerequisite to accommodate
Enqineerinq Phvsics students.
ELEC 493, 495 - chanqe units, hours
460,
Computer Enqineerinq Option:
By takinq a modified Electrical Enqineerinq Proqram and bv
consistently choosinq suitable Computer Science courses as Technical
and Free Electives, it is possible to complete the requirements of the
Computer Enqineerinq Option in Electrical Enqineerinq. Students who
satisfactorily complete the followinq proqram will be qiven
recoqnition as receiving the B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering
(Computer Engineering Option). 8881.
Januarv 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Electrical Engineering - Computer Engineering Option:  (continued)
Second Year
CPSC
118
1.5
CPSC
210
1.5
ELEC
251
1.0
ELEC
252
1.5
ELEC
253
1.5
ELEC
256
1.5
ELEC
261
1.5
ELEC
358
1.5
MATH
253
1.5
MATH
254
1.5
MATH
255
1.5
MATH
257
1.5
Humanities
Elective
3.0
Third Year
ELEC 254
ELEC 356
ELEC 359
ELEC 362
ELEC 371
STAT 251
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.5
and three of the following
five courses:
ELEC 258
ELEC 352
ELEC 360
ELEC 363
ELEC 372
Technical Electives:
CPSC 310  3.0
ELEC 313
Humanities
Elective
1.5
3.0
Fourth Year
APSC 4 50
ELEC 473
ELEC 498
ELEC 456
ELEC 464
ELEC 476 )
CPSC 413 )
CPSC 410
Humanities
Elective
.5
3.0
1.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
Remaining electives chosen as indicated below, to bring the total year
load to the same as that of the regular Fourth Year Electrical
Engineering curriculum.
Fourth Year Electives - Computer Engineering Option
The following is a list of suggested elective courses. Other courses
may be substituted with the approval of the Department Head.
* ELEC
258
1.0
ELEC
455
3.0
ELEC
466
1.5
ELEC
468
1.5
ELEC
477
3.0 8882.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Electrical Engineering - Fourth Year Electives - Computer Enqineerinq
Option  (continued)
ELEC
478
1.5
CPSC
311
1.5
CPSC
312
1.5
CPSC
322
1.5
CPSC
404
1.5
CPSC
411
1.5
CPSC
415
1.5
CPSC
422
1.5
* If ELEC 258 has not been completed before fourth year, it must be
taken in the fourth year.
Computer Science 220 is a required prerequisite for Computer Science
311, 312 and 322. Stuents who are unable to fit CPSC 220 into their
proqram should consult the Computer Enqineerinq advisor.
Admission into the Computer Enqineerinq Option in the second year will
be limited and will require at least a Second Class standinq in first
vear Applied science and also in Computer Science 151. Interested
students should consult the Underqraduate student Advisor in
Electrical Engineering before registerinq in Second Year Applied
Science.
Admission into the Third Year of the Computer Enqineering Option
requires prior completion of computer Science 118 and 210 or
equivalent with at least a Second Class standing in each and not less
than an overall Second Class average in Second Year. Students who
have completed the requirements of the Second Year of the Computer
Enqineering Option but who do not meet the academic standards for
admission into the Third Year of the Option will be able to revert to
the regular Electrical Engineering program.
Engineering Physics
Changes  PHYS 250 - change description
PHYS 452 - change title
PHYS 473 - change number, units, hours  (was 453)
PHYS 474 - change number  (was 454)
PHYS 455, 458 - change hours 8883.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B*
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Enqineering Physics  (continued)
Changes in Programs
Second Year
CPSC
118
1.5
ELEC
251
1.0
ELEC
252
1.5
ELEC
253
1.5
MATH
253
1.5
MATH
254
1.5
MATH
255
1.5
MATH
257
1.5
MECH
265
1.5
MECH
280
1.5
PHYS
250
2.0
I Humanities
Elect
ive
3.0
Fourth Year, Core
APSC 4 59
PHYS 3 51
PHYS 398
PHYS 452
PHYS 4 55
Any one of:
PHYS 4 56
PHYS 458
Third Year, Option A
CPSC 210   1.5
ELEC 256   1.5
ELEC 358   1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
2.0
Choose one of the following Options:
Fourth Year, Option 1 "ELEC"
ELEC
352
1.5
ELEC
356
1.5
ELEC
359
1.5
ELEC
360
1.5
* At least 4 units of technical electives normally relevant to
Electrical Engineering, chosen in consultation with the Director of
Engineering Phvsics.
Fourth Year, Option 2 "MECH"
ELEC
367
1
5
ELEC
365
1.
5
MECH
375
1
0
MECH
360
1.
5
MECH
370
1.
0
* At least 3 units of technical electives normally relevant to
Mechanical Engineering, chosen in consultation with the Director of
Enqineerinq Physics. 8884.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Phvsics
Changes in Programs  (continued)
Fourth Year, Option 3 "METL"
ELEC
367
1
.5
METL
3 60
1
.0
METL
370
1
0
METL
374
1
.5
METL
376
1
5
METL
378
1
.5
* At least 1.5 units of technical electives of relevance to
Metallurgy, chosen in consultation with the Director of Engineering
Physics.
Fourth Year, Option 4 "GEOP"
ELEC
367
1.5
GEOP
320
1.5
GEOP
321
1.5
GEOP
322
1.5
* At least 4 units of technical electives, 3 units of which should be
from Computer Science or an Engineering discipline related to
Geophysics, chosen in consultation with the Director of Engineering
Phvsics.
Fourth Year Option  5 "CPSC"
CPSC
220
1.5
CPSC
310
3.0
CPSC
313
1.5
* At least 4.5 units of technical electives from Enqineering
disciplines relevant to Computer Science, chosen in consultation
with the Director of Engineering Phvsics.
Fourth Year Option 6 "OCGY"
ELEC
367
1.5
MECH
380
2.0
OCGY
308
1.5
OCGY
309
1.5
OCGY
408
1.5
* At least 2 units of technical electives from an Engineering
discipline, chosen in consultation with the Director of Engineering
Phvsics. 8885.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics
Changes in Programs  (continued)
Fifth Year, Core
APSC 450
.5
APSC 479
1.5
MATH 400
3.0
Humanities Elective
1.5
Free Elective
1.5
Plus two of:
PHYS 473
1.5
PHYS 474
1.5
PHYS 477
1.5
IPHYS 4 56
1.5
I PHYS 4 58
2.0
Ilf not already taken as 4th year core elective.
Plus one of the following options:
Fifth Year, Option 1 "ELEC"
ELEC 455
3.0
ELEC 460
1.5
ELEC 464
1.5
* At least 3 units of technical electives relevant to Electrical
Enqineering, chosen in consultation with the Director of Engineering
Phvsics.
Fifth Year, Option 2 "MECH"
MECH 450
1.5
MECH 4 51
1.5
MECH 465
1.5
MECH 466
1.5
*At least 3 units of technical elective normally of relevance to
Mechanical Engineering, chosen in consultation with the Director of
Engineering Phvsics.
Fifth Year, Option 3  "METL"
METL 470
METL 495
1.0
1.5
At least 6 units of technical electives, of which not less than 4.5
units must be chosen from the following courses. The remaining 1.5
units can be courses relevant to Metallurgical Engineering chosen in
consultation with the Director of Engineering Phvsics: 8886.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics
Changes in Programs - Fifth Year, Option 3 "METL"  (continued)
MECH 450 1.5
METL 472 1.5
METL 476 1.0
METL 4 80 1.0
METL 482 1.5
METL 484 1.0
METL 486 1.0
METL 4 88 1.0
METL 492 1.0
METL 494 1.0
Fifth Year, Option 4 "GEOP"
GEOP 420 1.5
GEOP 4 21 1.5
At least one of:
GEOP 422 1.5
GEOP 426 1.5
* At least 3 units of technical elective, (1.5 from an Engineering
discipline and 1.5 from a related discipline), chosen in consultation
with the Director of Engineering Physics.
Fifth Year, Option 5 "CPSC"
6 units of courses from Cp. Sc, chosen in consultation with the
Director of Engineering Phvsics, such as:
CPSC
402
1.5
CPSC
403
1.5
CPSC
405
1.5
CPSC
407
1.5
CPSC
410
1.5
CPSC
413
1.5
CPSC
414
1.5
CPSC
415
1.5
CPSC
417
1.5
CPSC
430
1.5
CPSC
435
1.5
* At least 1.5 units of technical electives from a relevant Engineering
discipline, chosen in consultation with the Director of Engineering
Physics. 8887.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF   APPLIED   SCIENCE
Engineering Physics
Changes  in Programs     (continued)
Fifth  Year,  Option  6     "OCGY"
OCGY 4 01
OCGY  4 49
1.5
3.0
* At least 3 units of technical elective at least 1.5 units of which
must be from an Engineering discipline, chosen in consultation with
the Director of Engineering Phvsics.
Mechanical Enqineering
Changes MECH 398
MECH 443
MECH 453
MECH 454
MECH 473
Deletion  MECH 440
Changes in Programs
change units
change number, hours, add prerequisite  (was 442)
change number, title, description, add prerequisite
(was 455)
change number, title, description, add prerequisite
(was 456)
- chanqe description, units, hours
Second Year
Third Year
APSC
278
1.5
ELEC
365
1.5
ELEC
263
1.5
MATH
357
1.5
MATH
253
1.5
MECH
350
1.5
MATH
254
1.5
MECH
355
1.5
MATH
255
1.5
MECH
360
1.5
MATH
257
1.5
MECH
365
1.5
MECH
250
1.5
MECH
370
1.0
MECH
260
1.5
MECH
371
.5
MECH
265
1.5
MECH
375
1.0
MECH
270
1.0
MECH
380
2.0
MECH
280
1.5
MECH
390
1.5
MECH
290
1.5
MECH
391
1.5
Humanities Elective
3.0
MECH
398
1.0
METL
380
1.5
Humanities Elective
3.0 8888.
January 21,   1987
• n>
APPENDIX   'B
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  APPLIED  SCIENCE
Mechanical  Engineering
Changes  in Programs     (continued)
Fourth  Year
APSC 4 50 .5
ELEC 370 1.5
MECH 450 1.5
MECH 4 51 1.5
MECH 455 1.5
MECH 456 1.5
MECH 460 1.5
MECH 465 2.0
MECH 466 2.0
MECH 470 1.0
MECH 475 1.0
Humanities Elective 1.5
Technical Elective  5.0
Metallurgical Engineering
New      METL 4 83 (1)   Processing of Ceramics and Composites
Changes  METL 264 - change units, hours
METL 398, 498 - change units, description
Chanqe in Proqram
Fourth Year
APSC 450 .5
METL 450 2.0
METL 470 1.0
METL 490 .5
METL 495 1.5
METL 498 .5
METL 499 1.5
! Humanities Elective 1.5
Option A: Materials Processing
CHML 356 1.5
METL 4 52 1.0
METL 458 1.0
METL 462 1.0
METL 483 1.0 8889.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Metallurgical Engineering
Chanqe in Program  (continued)
Option B - Materials Science and Engineering
METL 456 1.0
METL 480 1.0
METL 482 1.5
METL 488 1.0
METL 494 1.0
Plus 7.0 units of approved electives with at least 4 units selected
from the other option and the following list of Metallurgical
Engineering electives:
METL 4 54 1.0
METL 464 1.0
METL 466 1.0
METL 468 1.0
METL 472 1.5
METL 476 1.0
METL 478 1.0
METL 484 1.0
METL 486 1.0
METL 492 1.0
! Please refer to the statement headed "Humanities Elective courses"
above.
Mining and Mineral Process Enqineering
Changes  MMPE 301 - change title, description, hours
MMPE 303, 332 - change units, description
MMPE 333 - change units
MMPE 392 - change units, description, hours
MMPE 395 - change description, add prerequisite
MMPE 403, 404 - chanqe title, description, add prerequisite
MMPE 433 - change units, description
MMPE 462, 492 - change description
Changes in Programs
2.0
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
Second Year
APSC
278
CHEM
262
CIVL
215
CIVL
2 30
CIVL
2 35
ELEC
263
Third Year
1.5
CIVL 336
1.5
GEOL 368
1.5
MMPE 300
1.5
MMPE 301
2.0
MMPE 303
1.5
MMPE 304 8890.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curricul
urn
proposals
FACULTY  OF   APPLIED
SCIENCE
Mining
and  Mineral
Process  Engineer in
q
Changes  in Programs
Second  Year
Third  Year
(continued)
GEOL
308
1.5
MMPE  331
2.0
GEOL
354
1.5
MMPE   332
1.5
MATH
253
1.5
MMPE   333
1.5
MATH
254
1.5
MMPE   391
1.0
MATH
255
1.5
MMPE   392
1.5
MATH
257
1.5
MMPE   393
.5
MMPE
201
1.0
MMPE   394
1.0
MMPE
2 31
1.0
MMPE   395
1.0
STAT
251
1.5
Humanities
3.0
Humanities  Elec
tive
1.5
Mathematics
Change
MATH  *357  -  change  title,   description,   add  prerequisite
Co-operative  Education Proqram
Chanqe  in  Calendar  statement:
Co-operative Education at UBC inteqrates academic study with related and
supervised work  experience  in  co-operatinq employer  orqanizations.
The Enqineering Co-operative Education Program is optional and is
intended to prepare interested and qualified students in all branches of
enqineering for their future careers. Faculty advisors visit students
at their place of work and provide advice on the technical reports that
are  required of  all  students   in  the proqram.
A summer-only proqram is available in all branches except Electrical
Enqineering and requires three consecutive summer placements.
Electrical Enqineering Co-op students enroll in a year-round schedule
which requires five work placements, including one spring term and one
fall term placement. Students on the year-round schedule will require
an extra year   to complete  their  degree program.
Students who wish to be considered for the Program must meet all
requirements of the Faculty of Applied Science (Enqineering) and will be
selected on the basis of academic performance and suitability for the
work environment. The total enrolment is subject to the availability of
appropriate    work    placements.      Accepted    students    will    register    in    the 8891.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  APPLIED  SCIENCE
Co-operative  Education  Program
Change  in  Calendar  statement:     (continued)
appropriate non-credit Co-operative Education courses: APSC 110, 210,
310 and 410, and will be required to pay a Co-op fee. Completion of
each of these courses will be recorded on the student's academic
transcript. To graduate in either the summer-only or the year-round
Co-op Program a student must have completed the required number of work
placements satisfactorily, in addition to the normal academic
requirements.
Application for admission to the Co-operative Education Program in
Engineering should be made to the Office of Co-operative Education,
Brock Hall, The University of British Columbia 1874 East Mall,
Vancouver,   B.C.,   V6T  1W5.
SCHOOL OF   ARCHITECTURE
Chanqe Calendar statement under "GRADUATION PROJECT, PART 2 (ARCH 499)",
to   read:     "The   followinq conditions  apply:
i. Students who have achieved at least 6 5% will be required to make a
public presentation of their work at a date scheduled by the
School, and to submit a final report by a specified deadline in
order  to complete  the  requirements  for  the  course.
ii. If, at the final meeting, the Committee decides that the project is
not substantially complete the student may, at the discretion of
and only with the permission of the Committee, continue to work on
the project and make a presentation to the Committee and an
assigned group of faculty at a date scheduled by the School. At
this time the Committee may, only with the approval of the assigned
faculty, allow the student to re-register for the next consecutive
term. The student must complete the project by the end of that
term and achieve a mark of not less than 65%. if the student fails
to do  so  no credit  will   be  granted  for  the  course.
iii. If the Committee decides not to allow a term extension, then a fail
grade will  be  assigned.
The following fourth paragraph should be changed to read as follows:
"If a fail grade is assigned or no credit is assigned the student
will. ..". 8892.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals     (continued)
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Undergraduate  Program
Change  in Program Description
Beginning  the  Major,  Double  Major  or  Honours program in  the  Second  Year.
Several departments (e.g. Asian Studies, Fine Arts, Geography, Hispanic
and Italian Studies, Music, Philosophy, Slavonic Studies) permit qualified
students to take 3 units of senior course work towards the Major or
Honours deqree in the first 30 units. A student who chooses to begin
specialization in the second year must complete at least 9 units of work
in courses outside the field of the Major or Honours Program in the final
30 or 36 units. Students in the Double Major Program must complete 6
units of electives outside the subjects or fields of specialization (three
of  these must  be  at  the third or  fourth  year  level).
Chanqe  in  B.A.  Deqree Regulations
Course  selection:     Second  Year
Language   ...   units   to   15.
These second-year electives are normally chosen from Lists A and B,
although 3 units of senior course work may be included which will form a
part of the student's program (see "Beginning the Major, Double Major or
Honours Program  in  the  Second  Year"  below).
Note:     there are  ...
Change  in Regulations
Courses in the Faculty of Arts numbered 300 and above are open to
First-Year students only if listed on List A and to Second-Year students
only   if  listed on  Lists  A or  B  (see Calendar,   p.   68).
Anthropology and Sociology
New
ANTH 3 23 (1.5)
Archaeological  Foundations  of  New World
Civilizations
ANTH 411 (1.5/3)d Prehistory of a Special Area in the New
World
SOCI 490 (3)      Honours Seminar
Chanqes  ANTH 332 - change units and hours
ANTH 410 - change title and description 8893.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Anthropology and  Sociology    (continued)
Change in Program Description
Undergraduate Courses
Delete 412 from and add 323 to the sentences: "Anthropology 100 ... 412
are general courses open to all students." and "Anthropology 301, 321,
322, 412 cannot be taken for Major credit."
Asian Studies
New      KORN 10 2 (3)      Basic Korean
KORN 200 (3)      Intermediate Korean
ASIA 347 (3)      Performance Traditions of South Asia
Changes  HIND 400 - change prerequisite
Economics
New      ECON 426 (1.5)    Econometric Analysis
ECON 457 Seminar in International Economic Relations
Changes  ECON 325 - change description, prerequisite
ECON 425 - chanqe number, description, prerequisite (was 429)
Change in List of introductory Probability and Statistics Courses:
Add Economics 325 to list under "Statistics".
School of Family and Nutritional Sciences
New      HUNU 409 (1.5)    Developmental Nutrition
FMSC 410 (1.5)    The Family Context of Human Development
Changes  FMSC 312 - change designation (was HMEC)
FMSC 414 - change designation, description, prerequisite
(was HMEC)
HUNU 201, 352 - change prerequisite
HUNU 303 - change description, hours
Geography
Changes  GEOG 453 - change prerequisite
*GEOG 205 - change hours
GEOG 380 - change number, hours, description (was 386)
GEOG 427 - change description
Change in Description of Faculty of Science Requirements for B.Sc.
Faculty requirements for B.Sc. (Graduation Requirement):
b) At least 36 units must be in Science courses. Geography courses
designated as carrying Science credit are numbered 01-09 in the
last two digits. (Geography 449 also carries Science credit, but
only for B.Sc. Honours and Major students in Geography). 8894.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Geography (continued)
Change in Description of Faculty of Science Requirements for B.Sc.
Faculty requirements for B.Sc. (Graduation Requirement):  (continued)
c) At least ... applicable. Arts requirements can be met by Geography
courses numbered 20 and above in the last two digits except those
numbered 40-48 and 70-79 in the last two digits. Courses numbered
10-19, 40-48, and 70-79 in the last two digits may be taken as free
electives.
Change in Description of Requirements for Geography B.Sc. Program
Requirements for the B.Sc. degree:
Students entering the B.Sc. degree program must consult the Science
Adviser of the Department of Geography.
Chanqe in Proqram
Major in Physical Geography.   Substitute "Computer Science 111" for
"Computer Science 101".
Honours - Climatology/Meteorology.  Substitute "Computer Science 111"
for "Computer Science 101".
Germanic Studies
Change   GERM 423 - change description
Chanqe to Faculty of Arts Literature Requirement
Add Germanic Studies 401 to the list "...; Germanic Studies 201, 303,
411; ..."
Chanqe to List B
Add Germanic Studies 401 and 411 to List B, Germanic Studies courses.
Chanqe in Proqram Requirements
Honours in German
Third and Fourth Years:
Sequence I:   German 3002,  310,  3393,  350,  4004,  439,  450 and  3
additional units of German courses 402-410.
Sequence II:   German 310,  323 or  333,  3393,  350,  439,  450, and  3
additional units of German courses 402-423.
Sequence ill:  German 310, 333, 3393, 350, 439, 450, and 3 additional
units of German courses 402-423. 8895.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF   ARTS
Germanic  Studies     (continued)
Chanqe  in Proqram Requirements
Honours  in German
Third and  Fourth  Years:
A  course  in  European history with an emphasis  on German-speakinq countries.
See  Honours  Adviser.
One  university-level course  in  a  language  other  than English or  German.
Notes:
German 123 is open only to students with no prior knowledge of German.
2Students who have taken 223 or 233 will not receive credit for 300. In
sequence T, German 300 is taken in addition to the requirements for the
Major and Honours Program.
3Students may submit an Honours essay (449 - 3 units) in place of 339 or
any other 3 units of senior work, aside from required courses.
4Students who have taken 323 or 333 will not receive credit for 400.
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Changes    ITAL 201 - change hours
ITAL 304 - change number title, description (was 305)
ITAL 303 - change number, description  (was 306)
ITAL 420 - change units and description
Change of Program Description
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts.
Spanish and Portuguese
Students with a previous knowledge of  Spanish should consult  the
Department advisers for placement.
First and Second
Years:
Students
take the
courses
in
below:
A
B*
C
D*
Spanish
100
105
110
100
200
300
205
200,
205
220
220
220
220
* Those with Sequence B, or with first class standinq in Sequence D,
proceed to Spanish 400.
Spanish 220 may be taken in the third year with the permission of the
Department.
Also recommended:  Spanish 211, Portuquese 102,  202, and for those
wishing to specialize in Language, Linguistics 100 or 200. 8896.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Change of Program Description - Spanish and Portuguese  (continued)
Third and Fourth Years:
Students wishing to specialize in Spanish may choose to concentrate either
on literature or on language, although individual programs may also be
approved.  All programs have a common core of 9 units.
3 units of Spanish 300 or 400.
6 units of Survey of Literature courses:  335, 355, 363.
The Major requires a minimum of 15 units of courses in Spanish:
For the program in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Literatures,
in addition to the core courses, 6 or more units are to be chosen from
Spanish courses numbered above 400. At least 1.5 units must be from the
field not covered by the two surveys.
For the program in Spanish with Emphasis on Language, students take
Spanish 400, together with the two survey courses of the core program,
Spanish 403 and 3 or more units in Spanish numbered above 400.
The Honours degree requires a minimum of 24 units of courses in Spanish:
For the program in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Literatures,
in addition to the core courses and Spanish 449 (Honours Essay), 12 or
more units are to be chosen from Spanish courses numbered above 400. At
least 1.5 units must be from the field not covered by the two surveys.
For the program in Spanish with Emphasis on Language, students must
take Spanish 400, together with the two survey courses of the core
program, Spanish 403, Spanish 449 (Honours Essay), and 9 or more units
in Spanish numbered above 400, including Spanish 407.
A reading knowledge of Latin, French or another Romance language is
strongly recommended for Honours students.
Recommended electives for the program in Literatures: Portuguese 307,
History 350, 351, 450, 451, 489.
Recommended electives for the program in Language:  Portuguese  307,
Spanish  444  (Catalan),  Italian  300,  Romance  Studies  420  (Romance
Linguistics),  Linguistics  319,  (320),  420,  425,  435;  English 320;
Latin 100.
History
New       HIST 215 93)   Technology in History
Deletions  HIST 375, 446 8897.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
School of Library, Archival and Information Studies
New       ARST 605 (1.5)  Archival Information Retrieval
ARST 611 (1.5)  Specialized Archives
Change in Degree Requirements
Requirements for the Degree
A. Entrants without a previous librarianship qualification.
Students beinning study of librarianship for the first time must
complete at least thirty units of credit courses approved by the
faculty for the M.L.S. program, plus such non-credit studies (e.g.
field work, colloquia) as may be required.
The proqram must begin in the fall term, during which the student
will take all of, and only, a 'core program' of four required courses
representing the knowledge that should be common to all librarians.
These courses are LIBR 500, 505, 510 and 520, credited with 7.5 units
together. No other course in the program may be begun for credit
toward the deqree until this core has been successfully completed.
In addition to the four courses of the 'core', LIBR 623 and LIBR 626
are required courses, and must be taken within the first academic
year of enrolment. In addition, during that year, students are
advised to take at least an additional 4.5 units, thus completing
half their program. The remaining fifteen units need not be started
immediately thereafter, and may be taken on a part-time basis.
However, all degree requirements must be met within a period of five
years after initial reqistration.
All elective courses will be chosen under guidance from the student's
faculty adviser to ensure proper sequencinq and a balanced proqram.
Upon successful application to the faculty, up to six units may be
credited on the basis of courses other than those designated as LIBR
at this University. They may be taken in other departments or at
other institutions, but must be at the U.B.C. 300-level or above, and
must be approved by the faculty in advance, on the basis of their
direct relevance to the individual's work in the library and
information studies proqram.
B. Entrants who already possess a librarianship qualification
A student already holdinq an acceptable qualification in
librarianship may be admitted at the beqinning of any term, and must
complete at least fifteen units of credit chosen under the guidance
of the student's adviser. At the faculty's discretion, particularly
if more than five years have elapsed since the award of the earlier
qualification, or if it did not adequately encompass the subject
matter of the present core program, additional units of course work
may be required. The whole program must be completed within four
years from the date of registration. 8898.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
School of Library,  Archival and  information Studies
Requirements  for  the Degree
B.     Entrants  who already possess  a  Librarianship qualification     (continued)
If such a student is admitted with a B.L.S. from The University of
British Columbia, the program may be completed by part-time study, and
non-LIBR courses may be credited as stated above. Where any other
librarianship qualification is the basis for admission, the student
must be engaged in full-time studies at U.B.C. for at least one term
of 7.5 units, and no application will be considered for the qrantinq
of credit with   respect  to courses  taken at other   institutions.
Mathematics
Chanqe  in Proqram Introduction
Requirements  for  the degree  of Bachelor of  Arts:
Major
The student may develop a program of study within the framework of any
one of three Major options, each of which has a particular emphasis
(General, Mathematical Statistics, Optimization). students preparing
for a career in elementary or secondary school teaching are advised to
select the General Mathematics option, either as a Major in Mathematics
or as part of a double Major in Mathematics and another subject. Any
program that differs from one of the listed options requires the written
approval of the Department.
Music
New        MUSC 225 (1.5)  Masterworks of Western Music
MUSC 310 (1)   Orchestration
Chanqe     MUSC 309 - change title, description, units
Additions to List B:
Add Music 225, 324 and 325.
Delete from Laboratory Fees:
Delete Music 309 (Orchestra) from the Arts list. 8899.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Music     (continued)
Addition to Laboratory Fees:
Add:     Music  309   (Instrumentation) 12.50
Music 310 (Orchestration) 12.50
New Program
Major in General Studies
Elementary Education Stream
This curriculum is a preparation for studies in education leading to
certification as a teacher in the B.C. elementary schools. It is
intended for those who expect to become elementary music specialists as
opposed to general classroom teachers. Students interested primarily in
qeneral classroom teachinq should consider the B.A. with a Major in
Music. The following program, leadinq to a B.Mus., is for those who
expect to be full-time music teachers in the elementary schools.
Students who successfully complete this program will have the
prerequisites for admission to the professional proqram in elementary
education in the Faculty of Education.
The curriculum is based on that of the Major in General Studies, with
the followinq differences:
All Years:
Larqe Ensemble: for instrumental concentrators, one of these, in the
four years, must be a choir, and the remaininq three will be orchestra
or wind symphony, as appropriate.
Students should consult the Faculty of Education requirements for
admission to the Teacher Education Proqram.
Second Year:
Students   must   also   take   Music   Education   103,   one   unit,   for   a   total   of
seventeen units.
Third Year
(300) Music  Theory V 1.5
(301) Music  Theory VI 1.5
1Music  Electives                     5-6
(382)     Concentration  Instrument 2
Larqe   Ensemble 1
instrumental  Class   (Music
102,   112,   or   122) 1
Arts   Elective(s) 3
Music  Educ.   Electives 2
Fourth Year
2Music   Elective(s)
Concentration  Instrument
Larqe  Ensemble
3Music   131
Instrumental  Class   (Music
102,   112,   or  122)
Arts   Electives
Music  Education  Electives
17-18
16 8900.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Music  (continued)
Notes:
1The third year music electives may include Music 306 (Conductinq).
Anv appropriate history, theory, or composition course may be elected.
A maximum of 1 unit of small ensemble and 1 unit of secondary
performance may be elected.
2The music elective(s) in fourth year must be in history, theory, or
composition.
3Students are required to take Music 131 (Class Voice) if they have
had no previous vocal instruction. Vocal concentrators will take an
appropriate level of some secondary instrument. Vocal secondaries will
take the appropriate level of voice secondary.
chanqe in Proqram Descriptions and Requirements:
The School of Music offers proqrams of study in performance and
composition, leadinq to the B.Mus., the M. Mus. , and the D.M.A., as well
as proqrams in musical scholarship, leadinq to the B.Mus., the M.A., and
the Ph.D. The School also offers B.Mus. proqrams designed for
prospective school teachers, elementary and secondary. All B.Mus.
programs have a performance component. For students with a strong
interest in music but little background in performance, the School
offers the B.A. with a Major or Honours in Music. A description of the
various majors within the B.Mus. is given first, and is followed by a
description of the B.A. For graduate degrees, see the listing of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Change in Program Statement
Major in General Studies:
This curriculum is designed to provide a general higher education in
music, including performance, and to prepare students for professional
work in a wide variety of fields such as criticism, broadcasting..., etc.
Philosophy
New PHIL  374   (1.5/3)d
PHIL  453   (1.5/3)d
PHIL  473   (1.5/3)d
PHIL 483   (1.5/3)d     	
PHIL 490   (1.5) Metaphysics
Changes PHIL 353,   363  -  change   title,   description
Topics
in
19th-Centure
Philosophy
Topics
in
Early Modern
Philosophy
Kant
Topics
in
20th-century
Philosophy 8901.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Philosophy     (continued)
Change in Program Requirements
Major requirements
Third and Fourth Years:
add "453, 473, 483, 490" to list "4.5 units from Philosophy 302 ..."
To the present entry add:
Special Honours Programs in Philosophy and Another Subject
First and Second Years:
Philosophy as in Honours Philosophy.  Courses in the other subject as
required by the other Department.
Third and  Fourth Years:
Philosophy   302   or   402   and   at   least   6   units   of   Tutorials   (Philosophy   330
or   430).
Additional units to a total of at least 15, chosen from Third and Fourth
year Philosophy courses in consultation with the Departmental Honours
Adviser.
Courses in the other subject as required by the other Department.
At least 6 units of courses outside either subject.
Psychology
New        PSYC 415 (3)    Applied Social Psychology
Deletion   PSYC 415
Slavonic Area Studies
Change in Program
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Major in Slavonic Area Studies
At least two years of Russian, Polish, Czech/Slovak or Ukrainian (which
may be taken in the third and fourth years), or the equivalent.
Slavonic Studies 105.
15 additional units in Third- and Fourth-Year Slavonic Area Studies
courses chosen from those listed below, including Seminar in Slavonic Area
Studies (SS 447 or SS 448, when offered); Geography 394, one of Geography
493 or 494; at least one from: History 324, History 405, History 438;
at least 3 units from Political Science 325, 362, 460 (section dealing
with Soviet foreign policy), 464 (section dealing with Soviet-American
relations). Students should check for prerequisites if intendinq to take
Political Science 460 and 464. 8902.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Slavonic Area Studies
Chanqe in Proqram
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Major in Slavonic Area Studies  (continued)
Students' attention is drawn to the possibility of combining the Slavonic
Area Studies Major with another Major (e.g. History or Russian or
Sociology).
Programs must be approved by one of the faculty members teaching courses
in the Program, or by the Major Adviser in the Department of Slavonic
Studies, Dr. Peter Petro, Buchanan E165.
Courses:
Slavonic Studies 306 (3)
Slavonic Studies 307 (1.5/3)d
Slavonic Studies 308 (1.5/3)d
Slavonic Studies 310 (1.5/3)d
Slavonic Studies 446 (1.5)
Slavonic Studies 447 (1.5)
Slavonic Studies 448 (1.5)
Economics 387 (1.5)
Geography 394 (1.5)
Geoqraphy 493 (1.5)
Geoqraphy 494 (1.5)
History 319 (3)
History 324 (3)
History 325 (3)
History 405 (3)
History 408 (3)
History 435 (3)
History 438 (3)
Political Science 325 (1.5)
Political Science 362 (1.5)
Political Science 460 (1.5/3)d
Political Science 464 (1.5/3)d
Russian Literature in Translation
Modern East European Literature in
Translation
Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky in Translation
Studies in Russian Culture
Women in Russia
Seminar in Slavonic Area Studies I
Seminar in Slavonic Area Studies II
The Soviet Economy
Geoqraphy of the Soviet Union:  Thematic
Analysis
Geoqraphy of Eastern Europe
Geoqraphy of the Soviet Union: Reqional
Analysis
History of  Poland,   1505-1921
History of  East  Central Europe  in  the  19th
and  20th centuries
German-Slav Relations  from the 9th Century
to   1945
History of   Imperial Russia,   1689-1918
History of the Hapsburq Monarchy, 1273-1918
Communist  Movements  in Russia and  Eastern
Europe since 1900
History of the Soviet Union
Soviet and East European Politics
Foreiqn  Policies  of the  Superpowers
Foreiqn  Policy Analysis   (Section  dealinq
with  Soviet  Foreign  Policy)
Problems   in  International  Relations   (Section
dealing with  Soviet-American   relations) 8903.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Theatre
Addition to List B - Add:  Theatre 363 (1.5)
Change in Program Description
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Theatre Major
Third and Fourth Years:
15 units in Theatre, only courses numbered 300 and above, which must
include Theatre 310 and 320.
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Four-Year  Bachelor  of  Commerce  Degree Program
The program consists of a pre-Commerce year (15 units: 5 courses); three
terms for core material; and three terms primarily for option
specialization and breadth. The workload increases from 7.5 units (Term
I) to 9.0 units (Terms IV-VI) per term as the student progresses through
the program.
A one-unit course called introduction to Business is included in the first
term in order to establish a context in which the student can be
introduced  to some  basic  functional  concepts  and  skills.
The foundation work in Financial Accounting and Microeconomics is covered
in Term I and will serve as a prerequisite for the course work in Term II.
Quantitative Methods begins in Term I and continues through Term II in
order to provide students with the necessary guantitative and statistical
tools as early as possible in the program. Quantitative Methods I and
Introduction To Business will bear a major responsibility for introducing
students to the computer. The non-credit course in Public Speaking would
be  taken  in Term I when classroom hours are  lower  than in  subsequent  years.
New courses
COMM
290
291
292
293
(2)
(2)
(2)
(1.5)
Introduction to Decision Analysis
COMM
Application of Statistics in Business
COMM
Management and Organizational Behaviour
COMM
Financial Accounting
COMM
294
(1.5)
Managerial Accounting
COMM
296
297
391
(1)
(1.5)
(1.5)
Introduction to Business and Management
COMM
Capital Markets and Institutions
COMM
Introduction to Management Information
Systems
COMM
392
(1.5)
Labour Relations
COMM
393
(2)
Commercial Law
COMM
396
(2)
Introduction to Marketing
COMM
397
(1.5)
Business Finance 8904.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Four-Year Bachelor of Commerce Degree Program (continued)
Changes
COMM 291
COMM 396
COMM 337
COMM 356
change in number to COMM 237
- change in number to COMM 339
- change in number to COMM 334
- change in number to COMM 337
The following courses are to be deleted effective September 1988 (or later
if the implementation of the Four Year Program is delayed):
COMM 110, 120, 151, 153, 211, 212, 220, 254, 261, 271, 237, 322, 331
Program deletion:
Combined B.Com./LL.B. Degrees - The B.Com./LL.B. combined degrees
program to be discontinued for students enrolled in the new Four Year
Commerce Program.
Program change:
Dean's Honour Roll Requirements - effective for students enrolled in the
new  Four  Year Program,   change to  read:
The words "Dean's Honour Roll" will be placed on a Student's transcript
if an overall average of 80% or better has been achieved in the proqram
of an academic year of at least 12 units in the first year and 15 units
in the second and third years. To qualify a student must pass in all
courses.
"The words "with Honours" will be placed on the transcript of record,
the degree certificate and the degree parchment of a student graduating
with the B.Com. degree where the average is 80% or better in the normal
courseload of the final two years. A maximum of three units of 200
level courses may be  included  in  this average."
Calendar changes - editorial: The calendar to be amended each year
during the implementation period to adequately describe both the old
proqram (for current students) and the new program (for new students)
and that these calendar changes be made in consultation with the
Registrar's  Office to minimize  the  costs  of ongoing  calendar changes.
Implementation  Issues
Once the new Four Year Commerce Program starts (proposed for September
1987), there will be a three-year phase-in period. During this phase-in
period the Faculty will be offering two programs: the old and the new
versions as  follows: 8905.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  COMMERCE   AND   BUSINESS   ADMINISTRATION
Four-Year  Bachelor  of  Commerce  Degree Program    (continued)
1987/88
19 88/8 9
1989/90
Old Program
2nd year
3rd year
4th year
3rd year
4th year
4th year
New Program
Pre-Commerce
1st year Commerce
Pre-Commerce
1st vear  Commerce
2nd  year  Commerce
Pre-Commerce
1st  year   Commerce
2nd year  Commerce
3rd year  Commerce
With this timetable there would be two graduating classes in the spring,
1990. In order to avoid a concentration of two full graduating classes
at one time, the Faculty will offer a large selection of summer school
courses to provide students in the old program to accelerate their
expected time of graduation. Since one of the two graduating classes
will have completed 66.5 units (Four Year Program) and the other 79.5
(Five Year Program), the following system for altering the unit
requirement for the last two graduating classes in the old program will
be introduced: During the phase-out period for the existing Five Year
Program, no student will be permitted to graduate with less than 66.5
units and the individual student programs will be designed in
consultation with  the Director  of  the  Underqraduate Programs.
FACULTY  OF   DENTISTRY
Re-distribution of courses among the newly-created departments of Clinical
Dental Sciences and Oral, Medical and Surgical Sciences, as follows:
(Titles,   units  and  descriptions  remain  the  same).
Clinical  Dental   Sciences
Change  in Department  Designation and  Course Number
From To
PCDY 410
ORTH 420
REST 423
ORME 420
PCDY 420
REST 4 22
ORTH 430
CDSC 414
CDSC 421
CDSC 422
CDSC 423
CDSC 424
CDSC 425
CDSC 4 31 8906.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
Clinical Dental Sciences
Change in Department Designation and Course Number  (continued)
REST
433
ORME
430
PCDY
430
REST
432
ORTH
440
REST
443
ORME
440
PCDY
440
REST
442
CDSC
432
CDSC
433
CDSC
434
CDSC
435
CDSC
441
CDSC
442
CDSC
443
CDSC
444
CDSC
445
Change in Department Designation only (to CDSC)
REST 410, 420, 430, 440
ORTH 700, 701
ORME 710, 711, 712, 714, 715, 721, 723, 724, 725, 727, 729, 731, 734, 735
Oral, Medical and Surgical Sciences
Change in Department Designation and Number
From To
ORME
424
ORME
421
ORME
423
ORME
422
ORSU
420
ORME
431
ORSU
430
ORME
433
ORME
432
REST
434
ORME
4 41
ORSU
440
ORME
442
ORME
716
ORME
713
OMSS
422
OMSS
423
OMSS
425
OMSS
426
OMSS
427
OMSS
433
OMSS
434
OMSS
435
OMSS
436
OMSS
437
OMSS
443
OMSS
444
OMSS
446
OMSS
713
OMSS
716
Change in Department Designation only (to OMSS)
REST 421, 431, 441 8907.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals  (continued)
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
Harvesting and Wood Science
New courses      WOOD 376 (1.5) Mechanics of Wood products
WOOD 280 (0.5) Wood Identification Laboratory
WOOD 475 (1.5) Wood Properties, Identification and Uses
Changes WOOD 335, 461, 470, 484, - change in prerequisite
WOOD 371, 482 - change in prerequisite and hours
WOOD 377, 487 - change in description and prerequisite
WOOD 482 - change in description, prerequisite and
hours
WOOD 488 - change in title and description
WOOD 476 - change in number (previously 373), hours
and prerequisite
WOOD 372 - change in title, description, hours and
prerequisite
WOOD 353 - change in description
Deletions        WOOD 375, 480
Forest Harvesting
Chanqes FORH 359, 463, 465 - chanqe in prerequisites
Forest Sciences
New course       FRST 204 (2) Forest Ecology and Si Ivies
Chanqes FRST 305, 306, 309, 327 - change in prerequisites
FRST 351, 486 - change in description
FRST 403 - change in description and prerequisite
Deletions        FRST 202, 203, 205, 303
Forest Resources Management
New course       FRST 418 (1.5) Economics of Silviculture
Changes FRST 436 - change in description
FRST 419 - change in title and description
FRST 325, 415 - change in prerequisites 8908.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF   FORESTRY
Forest  Resources  Management     (continued)
Study Programs
Forest  Resources  Management  Major   (B.S.F.)
Calendar entry: The study program in Forest Resources Management is
designed to education thoughtful, responsible and adaptable
professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the discipline, an
ability to acquire specific knowledqe and skills as rwquired, and the
confidence to play a decision-making role in a wide variety of resource
management situations. Additionally, the program provides a foundation
for advanced studies in many aspects of forest resources management.
Graduates, after appropriate work experience and examination, should be
eligible  for  registration as professional  foresters.
Forest Resources Management is the most general of the four majors
offered by the Faculty of Forestry and involves all aspects of format
resources biology and management. The resources considered include
fisheries, range, recreation, timber, water and wildlife. The core
program provides students with an introduction to the biological,
physical, and social sciences upon which forest resources management is
based; a working knowledge of the characteristics of forest resources,
their interactions, and the ways in which they can be manipulated to
yield a socially optimum mix of goods and services; an ability to use
quantitative and interpersonal skills necessary in the management of
forest resources and an awareness of the technologically advanced tools
and techniques available to resource managers; an understanding of the
political and socio-economic environment in which forestry is practised,
and an appreciation for the historical and ethical foundations of the
profession. Through their choice of electives, students may emphasize
biological, economic, social or quantitative aspects of resource
manaqement. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on encouraging
communicative skills, both oral and written; creative thinking;
critical analysis  and  professional  pride.
For students entering the Faculty of Forestry from senior secondary
school, the program consists of a minimum of 61 units of in-session and
7 units of extra-sessional course work, normally taken over a four-year
period. For those students entering the Faculty of Forestry from First
Year Science at The University of British Columbia (or its equivalent),
the proqram consists of a minimum of 47 units of in-session and 7 units
of extra-sessional  course work,   normally  taken over  a  three-year  period. 8909.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (continued)
STUDENTS ENTERING FROM SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
First Year
English   100
Mathematics   100,   101
Biology 101  or   10 2
or Chemistry 103 or 110
or Phvsics 110
Forestry 111
Forestry 130
Second Year
Third Year
Forestry 305
Forestry 306
Forestry 308
Forestry 309
Forestry 319
Forestry 325
Forestry 327
Harvesting 364
(3)
(3)
(3)1
(3)
(3)
(15)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(I)
(1)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1)
(1.5)
Forestry 290 (1.5)
Plant Science 304 (1.5)
Free Elective2 (1.5)
One course to be chosen from
Forestry 385, 386, or 395 (1-1.5)
(16-16.5)
Forestry 348
Forestry 3515
(1)
(1.5)
Economics 10 0
(3)
English 301
(1.5)
Soil Science 200
(1.5)
Geography 214
(1.5)
Forestry 204
(2)
Forestry 237
(1.5)
Forestry 238
(1.5)
Humanities or Social
Science Elective2
(1.5)
Free Elective2
(1.5)
(15.5)
Harvesting 2623
(1.5)
Fourth Year
Forestry 415
(1)
Forestry 421
(1.5)
Forestry 432
(1.5)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Wood Science 475
(1.5)
Forestry 497
(1)
or Forestry 499
(3)
Humanities or Social
Science Elective2
(1.5)
Free Electives2
(4.5-6)6
Forestry 451^
(14.5-15)
(3)
STUDENTS ENTERING FROM FIRST YEAR SCIENCE (OR ITS EQUIVALENT)
First Year
(See Faculty of Forestry
admission requirement)
Second Year
Economics 10 0
English 301
Soil Science 200
Geography 214
Forestry 111
Forestry 130
Forestry 204
(3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(3)
(3)
(2)
(15.5)
Harvesting  2633
(1.5) 8910.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (continued)
STUDENTS ENTERING FROM FIRST YEAR SCIENCE (OR ITS EQUIVALENT)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Forestry 237
(1.5)
Forestry 238
(1.5)
Forestry 305
(1.5)
Forestry 306
(1.5)
Forestry 308
(1)
Forestry 309
(1)
Forestry 319
(1.5)
Forestry 325
(1.5)
Forestry 327
(1)
Harvesting 364
(1.5)
Plant Science
304
(1.5)
Humanities or
Social
Science Elect
0
ive^
(1.5)
(16.5)
Forestry 348
(1)
Forestry 3514
(1.5)
Forestry 290
Forestry 415
Forestry 421
Forestry 432
Forestry 445
Wood Science 475
Forestry 497
or Forestry 499
One course to be chosen
from Forestry 385, 386
or 395
Humanities or Social
Science Elective2
Free Electives2
(1.5)
(1)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(0.5)
(1.5)
(1)
(3)
(1-1.5)
(1.5)
(3-4.5)7
Forestry 4515
(15.5-16.5)
(3)
Footnotes
1. Select course not taken at Grade 12 level. Note that virtually all
courses in Biology, Botany and Zoology require Biology 101 or 102 as
a prerequisite.
2. Electives should be chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor.
3. To be taken during a ten working-day period immediately preceding
second year.
4. Seven working days of field study in the Interior of British Columbia
immediately prior to the commencement of third year.
5. Twenty-one working days of field study at the University Research
Forest immediately following the spring examination period of third
year.
6. Those students who elect Forestry 497 require 6 units; those who
elect Forestry 499 require 4.5 units.
7. Those students who elect Forestry 497 require 4.5 units;  those who
elect Forestry 499 require 3 units. APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (continued)
8911.
January 21, 1987
Forest Harvesting Major
First Year
Second Year
(Unchanged)
Economics 10 0
Soil Science 200
Forestry 204
Forestry 237
Forestry 238
Wood Science 475
Harvestinq 262
Harvestinq 260
Mathematics 200
or COMM 457
or COMM 120
Phvsics 170
Physics 236
Harvestinq 2631
(3)
(1.5)
(2)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(18.5)
(1.5)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Forestry 305
(1.
5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Forestry 306
(1.
5)
Forestry 325
(1.5)
Forestry 308
(1)
Forestry 3 31
(3)
Forestry 309
(1)
Forestry 442
(1.5)
Forestry 327
(1)
Forestry 462
(1)
Harvestinq 359
(1.
5)
Harvestinq 463
(1.5)
Harvestinq 362
(1.
5)
Harvesting 464
(1.5)
Harvestinq 363
(1.
5)
Harvesting 459
(1.5)
Forestry 385
(1)
Forestry 497
(1)
Civil Enqineerinq 230
(1.
5)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
or Wood Science 376
Forestry 448
(1.5)
Social Science or
Technical electives
(1.5)
Humanities elective
(1.
(3)
5)
Technical electives
(17.5)
(17.
5)
Forestry 4513
(3)
Forestry 348 (1)
Harvesting 3522 (1)
(Footnotes remain unchanged) APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (continued)
8912.
January 21, 1987
Wood Science and industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry)
First Year
English   100
Mathematics   100,   101
Biology 101  or   102
or  Chemistry  103 or  110
or Physics  110
Forestry 111
Forestry  130
(3)
(3)
(3)'
(3)
(3)
7T5T
Second Year
Economics  10 0 (3)
English  301 (1.5)
Wood  Science  3 35 (1.5)
Wood  Science  3 712 or
or   3772 (1.5)
Wood  Science  280 (0.5)
Wood   Science  372 (1.5)
Chemistry   103  or   1203 (3)
Physics   17 0 (1.5)
Physics  236 (1.5)
Commerce  4574 or  120 (1.5)
Third Year
Chemistry 230
Forestry 331
Wood  Science  3712
or  3 772
Wood  Science  376
Area  of  Concentration
Wood  Science  4822'5
or  4872
Forestry 348
Wood  Science  3532'6
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1.5)
(7)
(1.5)
(17.5)
(1)
(1.5)
(17)
Fourth Year
Forestry 419
(1.5)
Forestry 445
(0.5)
Wood Science 461
(1.5)
Wood Science 473
(1.5)
Wood Science 476
(1.5)
Wood Science 4822»5
or 4872
(1.5)
Wood Science 4 88
(1.5)
Chem. Eng. 470
(1)
Forestry 497 or 498  (1
or 3)
Area of Concentration7
(5-7)
Forestry 4498
Wood  Science  3532»6
(18.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
Footnotes:
5
6
be
of
Select  the one  note  taken at  Grade  12   level
Course offered in  alternate years
If   CHEM   103   has   been   taken   in   the   first   year   another   course  may
substituted
Recommended    for    students    entering   the   Business   Management    Area
Concentration
Wood Science  484 may be  taken as  an alternative  to Wood  Science  482
Ten   working   days   of   on-site   study   of   forest   products   manufacturing
plants    during    a    two-week    period    immediately    following    the    Spring
examination  of  the  Second  Year.
Number   of   units    will   be   determined   by   whether   FRST   497   or    498    is
selected
All students proceeding to Fourth Year must submit a report based on
their summer work experience in the forest industry, no later than
the second Monday in October. This report must have a
5000 words  exclusive  of  bibliography and  appendices.
minimum   of 8913.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY  (continued)
Program changes - Forest Science Major B.Sc. (Forestry):
First and Second Year
1. Replace FRST 202 (1.5) and FRST 203 (1.5) with Forestry 204 (2)
2. Change total units from (33) to (32)
Third Year
1. Replace WOOD 375 (1) with WOOD 377 or 475 (1.5)
2. Replace FRST 237 (1.5) with FRST 238 (1.5) Fo rest Mensu rat ion.
3. Change total units from (15.5) to (16)
Footnotes
1. In Footnote 3 change "Fourteen days of..." to "Seven workinq days
of..."
2. Delete last sentence of Footnote 4.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anthropology and Sociology
New courses      SOCI 596 (l.5/3)d Seminar in Political Sociology
SOCI 597 (1.5/3)c Tutorial in Political Sociology
Biochemistry
Change BIOC 509 - chanqe in description
Deletion BIOC 508
Chemical  Enqineering
New  course CHML     588      (1)      Administration      of      Pulp     and      Paper
Operations
Civil Engineering
Changes CIVL 554, 556 - chanqe in title and description
CIVL 569 -chanqe in title and description and addition
of corequisite
CIVL 520, 522, 524, 528, 547, 551, 555, 577 - chanqe
in prerequisites 8914.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Commerce and Business Administration
New courses      COMM 695 (1.5) Research in Capital Markets
COMM 5 33 (1.5) User-Oriented Information Technology
COMM 580 (1.5) Business Statistics
COMM 588 (1.5) Public Policy Analysis and Management
COMM 592 (1.5) Management Simulation
COMM 593 (1.5) Corporate Planning Models
COMM 594 (1.5) Business, Government and Society
COMM 691 (1.5) Advanced Topics in Policy Analysis
COMM 692 (1.5) Research Seminar in Policy Analysis
Changes COMM 544, 581 - change in description
COMM 534, 536, 591 - change in title and description
COMM 693 - change in number (was 593)
COMM 694 - change in number (was 594)
Deletion        COMM 59 2
Chanqe in Program
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) - Second Year
delete COMM 592 (1.5) as required course
M.B.A. Enql ish Requirement
Add Calendar statement under M.B.A. Deqree section:
"Students deficient in Enqlish communication skills will be
required to enroll in Enqlish 301, or its equivalent, and
obtain a mark of at least 65 percent before beinq allowed to
enroll in the second year of the MBA proqram."
Comparative Literature
Chanqe proqram description to read: The Proqram in Comparative
Literature offers opportunities for interdisciplinary study at the
qraduate level, leadinq to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Undergraduates
who are interested in preparing for the degrees should acquire
competence in at least two languages other than their native language.
In addition, comprehensive knowledge of at least one, and preferably
two, literatures should be acquired through study in a double Majors
program or through the Honours program of one of the language
departments. While retaining a primary focus in the study of literary
texts, the Program also encourages study of interrelationships among
literature, the arts and the social sciences. Students interested in
Comparative Literature should consult Professor Lorraine Weir, Chairman,
for further information and should obtain from the Program's main office
a copy of the Handbook for Graduate Students in Comparative Literature
which provides aetaiis of Erie Program's enc ranee requirements and"
deqrees. 8915.
January 21,   19 87
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY  OF  GRADUATE  STUDIES
Comparative Literature  (continued)
Comparative Literature - Ph.D. and M.A. Deqrees
Change program description to read: The Program in Comparative
Literature offers opportunities for advanced interdisciplinary study
leading to the Ph.D. and M.A. degrees. Fields of study include literary
theory, Asian and Western literatures, and the major literatures of
Europe and of the Americas. Undergraduates who are interested in
preparing for the degrees should acquire competence in at least two
languages other than their native language. In addition, comprehensive
knowledge of at least one, and preferably two, literatures should be
acquired through study in a double Majors program or through the Honours
program of one of the lanquaqe departments. Fifteen units of coursework
are required for the non-thesis M.A. , twelve for the M.A. with thesis,
and nine for the Ph.D. M.A. students and Ph.D. students who have not
already done so, will write the Qualifyinq Examination, a test of the
linguistic, analytic and interpretive competence which is fundamental to
the discipline of Comparative Literature. Normally, in the second vear,
Ph.D. students will write their Candidacy Examinations and then proceed
to the thesis. Details of seminars to be offered each year are given in
the Program's brochure, Comparative Literature Courses. For detailed
requirements concerning the M.A. degree, with or without thesis, and for
the Ph.D., consult the Handbook for Graduate Students in Comparative
Literature.
Education
New courses
EADM 510 (1.5) The    Politics    of
Governance in Education
Institutional
EADM  511   (1.5)   Leadership  in  Educational  Organizations
HIED 560   (1.5)   institutional   Analysis   and   Planning    in
Post-Secondary Institutions
Changes
EADM 552
EADM 551
EADM 557
EADM 576
EADM 554
EADM 567
(3) - change in number title and units, now
500 (1.5) and 520 (1.5)
(3) - change in number title and units, now
501 (1.5), 502 (1.5), 522 (1.5)
& 588 - change in number title and units, now
505 (1.5)
change in number title
507 (1.5) and 517 (1.5)
change in units, now (1.5)
prerequisite
delete prerequisite
and   units,   now
and   delete
Deletions
EADM 551, 552, 557, 558, 576 8916.
January 21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  GRADUATE  STUDIES     (continued)
Electrical  Engineering
Change ELEC  579 - change  in  description  and  prerequisite
Family and  Nutritional   Sciences
New course FMST 504   (1.5-4.5)d  Current  Topics  in  Family  Studies
Forestry
New course FRST 501   (1.5)   Forest  Tree  Improvement
Geological   Sciences
Change Geology  553  -  change   in  description  and   units   from   (1)
to   (1.5)
Health  Care and  Epidemiology
New HCEP 545   (2)   Seminar   in  Health  Care Management
Linguistics
New courses Linguistics   512   (1.5)   Current  Models  of  Phonology
Linguistics  522   (1.5)   Current  Models  of  SyntaF
Mathematics
Change MATH 523  - change   in  title and units   from  (3)  to  (1.5)
Mechanical Engineering
Change MECH 558 - change in units
Medicine
Graduate Program in  Experimental Medicine
Calendar   statement:
The program is intended for individuals seeking a career in research
through training in experimental medicine. It furnishes the opportunity
for students to work towards an M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree in experimental
medicine in the Divisions of Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology,
Neurology,    and    Respirology,    all    of    which   may   involve   patients   and/or 8917.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Graduate Program in Experimental Medicine
Calendar statement:  (continued)
experimental animal models. It is anticipated that normally applicants
will possess the M.D., D.M.D. or D.V.M. degrees. Non-medical university
graduates, however, may apply for admission. The admission requirements
of the Faculty of Graduate Studies must be satisfied. The student's
research proqram must be acceptable to his or her research supervisor as
well as to the Department's Committee on Postqraduate Deqree in
Experimental Medicine.
New courses    MEDI 501 (1.5) Pathophysiology of Experimental Medicine
MEDI 502 (1.5) Experimental Medicine Methodology
MEDI 510 (1.5) Nephrology
MEDI 530 (1.5) Gastroenterology
MEDI 5 35 (1.5) Research Seminar
MEDI 540 (1.5) Advances in Neurology
MEDI 560 (1.5) Pulmonary Pathophysiology
MEDI 570 (1.5) Cardiology
MEDI 548 (l-3)d Directed   Studies   in   Experimental
Medicine
MEDI 549 (6) M.Sc. Thesis
MEDI 6 49 Ph.D. Thesis
Admission requirements and prerequisites
The program will be open to students with an M.D. D.V.M. or D.M.D.
degree, as well as students with the equivalent of a major or honours
Bachelor's degree, provided their background in Biology, Physiology, and
Biochemistry is satisfactory. Students also will be considered with a
degree in engineering or a health-related field such as nursing or
physiotherapy, provided they have sufficient biological training. The
latter individuals must have the following prerequisite: Physiology 301
or Zoology 303 or equivalent, and Biochemistry 300 or equivalent.
Course requirements
All students must take three core courses in Medicine, namely Medicine
501 (Experimental Medicine - Pathophysiology); Medicine 502
(Experimental Medicine - Pathophysiology Lab. Course); and Medicine 535
(Research Seminar). In addition, each division will have one specific
core course requirement, together with courses from a specified list of
ancillary courses. It is understood that a consideration of ethics of
research on human subjects will be included in one of the three core
courses. All three core courses will be taught at the Health Science
Centre Hospital. 8918.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
New course
Changes
MMPE 592  (l/2)c Stability and Rheology of Mineral
Suspensions
MMPE 572 - Addition of prerequisite, and change in
description and units from (1.5) to (l/2)d
Add the following sentence to the description of the graduate program:
Surface properties of coal and minerals; fines processing; selective
flocculation and selective coagulation, oil agglomeration, pelletizing
and briquetting.
Music
Music 557 (1) Vocal Collegium Musicum Ensemble
New course
Change Music 556 - change in title
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
OBST 503 - change in description
Pathology
New course
Change
Philosophy
PATH 501 (3) Systemic Pathology
PATH 525 - change in description
Change in program requirements: Philosophy - Ph.D. and M.A. deqrees
Prerequisites: Philosophy 301, 302; 3 units from 333, 343, 353, 363,
453, 473, 483; 3 units from 420, 450 or 451 but not both, 460, 470,
490; or their equivalents,
Physiology
New
Psychology
Change
Soil  Science
Change
FACULTY OF LAW
New course
PHYL 5 33 (1.5) Physiology of Thermoregulation
Psychology 545 - change in units
SOIL 512 - change in description and prerequisite
LAW  487  (1.5)  Legal  Reasoning
Intelligence
and  Artificial 8919.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals  (continued)
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Biochemistry
Change in Calendar Entry
Option B:  Genetic and Molecular Biological Aspects
Major
Third Year
BIOC 301
1.5
BIOC 303
3
CHEM 313 and 305
6
BIOL 3 34
1.5
MICB 325
1.5
Science Elective
1.5
15
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Changes
Paediatrics
New course
Pathology
New course
Deletions
Changes
OBST     450,      475,     702,     704,     709,     712     -     change     in
description
PAED   452   (1.5)   Health  Problems   in  the  Adolescent
PATH 300   (2)   Background  to Medical  Laboratory Science
PATH 415 (1) Immunopathology"
PATH 437 (1.5) Viral Infections in Humans
PATH 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 210
PATH 306 - change in description and number (was 403)
PATH 408 - change in number (was 30 2)
Change in program:
requirements:
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science
course
Third Year
instrumental Analysis Chem 311
Bacterioloqy, Mycology, Virology, Parasitology PATH 427
Background to Medical Laboratory Science PATH 300
Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science PATH 301
Nuclear Medicine for MLSc. PATH 306
Principles of Tissue Culture etc. PATH 303
Normal Human Histology PATH 304
Modern Microscopy PATH 305
Introduction to Human Pathology PATH 375
An Arts elective APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
8920.
January 21, 1987
Pathology
Change in program:  Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science - course
requirements:  (continued)
Fourth Year
Statistics in the Health Sciences
Clinical Chemistry
Analytical, Clinical and Forensic Toxicology
Haematology
Laboratory Administration
Histochemistry
Immunopathology
Seminars  in  Current  Topics
An Arts elective
HCEP 40 0
PATH 406
PATH 407
PATH 402
PATH 408
PATH 404
PATH 415
PATH  405
SCHOOL OF   NURSING
Program Revision
First  Year
Nursing 105
Nursing 130
Nursing 131
Zoology 153
Psychology 10 0
English 100
Microbiology 153
Professional  Nursing  in  Contemporary Society  I       1
Introduction to  Nursing Care   I 1.5
Introduction  to  Nursing  Care  II 2
Human Biology 3
Introductory Psychology 3
Literature and  Composition 3
Applied  Microbiology 1.5
Note: Students are reguired to complete the St. John Ambulance Basic
Cardiac Life Support course before entering second year and to be
re-certified yearly.
Second  Year
Nursing  202
Nursing  230
Nursing  231
Pharmacy 240
Pathology 390
Elective(s):
Human Nutrition  209
Core Concepts   in Nursing
Nursing Care  of  Adults
Nursing  Care of  Older   Adults
Pharmacology of Nurses
social or behavioural science
2
3
3
1.
2
3
1. APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Proqram Revision  (continued)
8921.
January 21, 1987
Third Year
Nursinq 302*
Nursinq 335*
Nursinq 333**
Nursinq 334**
Nursinq 303
Nursing 304
Nursing 305
Statistics 203
Elective(s):
The Process of Nursing I 3
The Process of Nursing II 3
Nursing Care of Children 3
Nursing Care of Individuals in the
Childbearing Cycle 3
Family and Community Nursing 2
Introduction to Nursing Research 1.5
Professional Nursing in Contemporary Society II  1
Statistical Methods I 1.5
300/400 level 3
*  Registered Nurse students only
**  Generic students only
Note: Registered nurse students are required to complete the St. John
Ambulance Basic Cardiac Life Support course before entering third
year and to be re-certified yearly.
Fourth Year
Nursing 405
Nursing 406
Nursing 426
Nursing 432**
Nursing 440-444
Nursing 445
Electives:
Issues in Professional Nursing 1
Management in Nursing Practice 1.5
Nursing and the Health of Communities 1.5
Nursing Care of Adults and Families with
Mental Health Concerns I 3
(generic students select one;  R.N. students
select two) 3-6
Extended Practicum in Professional Nursing 0
300/400 level 6
(Nursing 408 or 409 may be selected for 3 units of elective credit)
** Generic students only
Electives may be  selected  from any  of  the  courses offered in  the
University subject to prerequisites and approval of the School of Nursing.
In selecting electives students are advised to consider:
(a) purposes to be served by the electives in the student's total
program, i.e. selecting courses in one content area for depth of
knowledge vs. selecting courses in several content areas for breadth
of knowledge. 8922.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Program Revision
In selecting electives students are advised to consider:  (continued)
(b) necessary prerequisites for desired upper level courses.
(c) career qoals, e.g. graduate study, nature of employment.
(d) acceptability of certain electives because of duplication of content
included in nursing courses.
Students who wish counselling should seek it well in advance of
registration week by arranging an appointment with the year coordinator or
designated academic adviser.
New courses
Chanqes
NURS 10 5 (1)  Professional   Nursinq   in   Contemporary
Society I
NURS 130 (1.5) Introduction to Nursing Care I
NURS 131 (2)   Introduction to Nursing Care II
NURS 202 (2   Core Concepts in Nursing
NURS 230 (3)   Nursinq Care of Adults
NURS 2 31 (3)  Nursinq Care of Older Adults
NURS 333 (3)   Nursinq Care of Children
NURS 3 34 (3)
Nursing  Care  of  Individuals
in
the
NURS 335 (3)
NURS 432 (3)
Childbearing Cycle
The Process of Nursing II
Nursing of Adults and Families with Mental
Health Concerns I
NURS 440 (3)  Nursinq  Care  of  Adults  and  Families
Experiencinq
Acute
and
Long-term
NURS 441 (3)
NURS 442 (3)
NURS 443 (3)
NURS 444 (3)
NURS 445 (0)
Disabilities
Nursing    Care    of    Older    Adults    and    their
Families
Nursing   Care   of   Adults   and    Families   with
Mental  Health  Concerns  II
Nursing  Care of  Children and  their  Families
Nursing Care of Childbearing Families
Extended Practicum in Professional Nursing
NURS 302 - change in title, units, description and hours
NURS 303 - change in title, units, description, hours and
prerequisites
NURS 304 - change in description and prerequisites
NURS 305 - chanqe in title, units, description and hours
NURS 405 - change in title, units, description, hours and
prerequisites
NURS 406 - chanqe  in  title,  description,  hours  and
prerequisites
NURS 408 - chanqe in units, hours and prerequisites
NURS 409 - chanqe  in  description,  units,  hours  and
prerequisites
NURS 426 - change in title, units, hours, description and
prerequisites 8923.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL  OF   NURSING
Program Revision     (continued)
Deletions       NURS  101,   201,   301,   403
Lecture/Clinical Hours - The ratio of lecture hours to clinical hours
for 3 unit courses in the third and fourth years is 2-0-12 as consistent
with  application  of  UBC policy.
All students are required to show proof of annual completion of St. John
Ambulance basic life support course "Basic Rescuer", or the equivalent
thereof,  at  the beginning of  each  academic year.
SCHOOL  OF  PHYSICAL   EDUCATION  AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions
Bachelor of Physical Education Degree
B.P.E.   Course of  Studies
Degree Requirements:
ENG  100;   AND  3  units  of  Enqlish courses
at  the 200-level  or  higher   (see  Note  1) 6       units
Physical  Education  Core 16.5  units
Program Courses   (see:   Degree Program) 40.5 units
PHED Electives   (see Course of  Studies: 3      units
3rd and  4th Years) 66       units
Performance Requirement
1.   Physical  Education  Core   (16.5  units)
The  following courses  are  required:
PHED  103   (1.5) Conditioninq  for  Sport and  Physical Activity
PHED 110   (1.5) Analysis  of  Individual  Sport and  Dance Performance
PHED  161   (1.5) Introduction  to  Social  Aspects  of  Leisure  and  Sport
PHED  163   (1.5) Biodynamics  of Physical  Activity
PHED  164   (1.5) Dynamics  of  Motor   Skill  Acquisition
PHED 200   (1.5) Analysing Performance  in  Team Sports
PHED  261   (1.5) Leisure and  Sport  in  Canadian  Society
PHED 284   (1.5) Physical Growth and Motor Development
(PHED  310   (1.5) Performance  Analysis  of  Selected   Individual   Sports
1  of:( and  Activities
(PHED  320   (1.5) Performance     Analysis     of     Selected     Team     Sports     and
Activities
PHED  39]    (3) Human Functional  Anatomy  and  Applied  Physiology 8924.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions
1. Physical Education Core (16.5 units)  (continued)
These core courses are normally to be taken in first and Second Years
(exception: 1.5 units from either PHED 310 or 320 shall be taken in
Third or Fourth Year).
2. Degree Program (40.5 units)
Each student is required to elect an approved program of study in one
of the following areas: Exercise Science, Motor Performance and
Control, Leisure Studies, Health and Fitness, Instruction and
Coaching, Leisure and Sport Administration and General Studies in
Physical Education. Complete details for each program are available
from the Undergraduate Advisor or the office of the Director of the
School.  Program approval is required prior to registration each year.
3. Performance Requirement
For the Bachelor of Physical Education Deqree, students must
demonstrate peformance knowledge and ability in a minimum of three
competency tests in activities approved by the School of Physical
Education and Recreation. A written and practical test must be
passed (65%) in each of the following performance areas: aquatics,
individual sports/activities, and team sports/activities. Normally,
students should complete this requirement before the end of Second
Year. Arranqements to take tests should be made with the performance
competency coordinator two weeks prior to the testing periods
scheduled in September, December, and April of each academic year.
Course of Studies
First Year - recommended
ENGL 100 3  units
Arts/Sc/Comm 6  units
PHED 103 1.5 units
PHED 110 1.5 units
PHED 161 1.5 units
PHED 163 1.5 units
PHED 16 4 1.5 units
16.5 units 8925.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions  (continued)
Second Year - recommended
ENGL at 200-level or higher (see Note 1)
Arts/Sc/Comm
PHED 200
PHED 261
PHED 284
PHED 391
Third and Fourth Years (33 units)
3 units
6 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
3 units
16.5 units
1. 1.5 units of Performance Analysis (PHED 310 or PHED 320), to
complete the Degree Core requirements.
2. A program of study, selected by the student from the list of
approved programs (see above). (Note: Prerequisites shall
normally have been taken in First and Second Years).
3. Three (3) units of PHED elective courses, in addition to the
student's approved program.
NOTES:
1. Recommended:  ENGL 301/302 or ENGL 303.
2. A total of 24 to 33 units of Arts, Science and/or Commerce
courses is required, including 6 units of English. A minimum of
6 units of 300- or 400-level courses must be taken within one
general area of Arts, Science, or Commerce; program approval is
required prior to registration each year.
3. Teacher Certification Program: the requirements for the Faculty
of Education Teacher Certification Programs in Physical Education
are given in the Faculty of Education section of the Calendar.
4. Students intending to enter Graduate Studies (M.p.E.) should take
PHED 371 or approved equivalent.
Revisions to General Regulations
1. (1) Add after "Bachelor of Recreation Education":
(THe Bachelor of Recreation Education degree program is being
discontinued. students who enrolled in this degree program prior
to the 1985-86 academic year will be permitted to complete their
degree requirements. Students interested in the study of leisure
and in preparation for leisure services careers should refer to
the programs listed below under the B.P.E. degree).
(2) Delete last sentence. 8926.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions  (continued)
2. General Requirements for the Degrees of B.P.E. and B.R.E.
Amend second sentence to read: Supplemental examinations will not be
granted in Physical Education courses where the final examination
contributes less than 4 0% of the course grade.
3. Unsatisfactory Standing
Replace existing section with "See Promotion Regulations under the
category of General Academic Regulations."
New courses    PHED 10 3 (1.5)    Conditioning for Sport and Physical
Activity
PHED 110 (1.5)    Analysis  of  Individual  Sport  and
Dance Performance
PHED 200 (1.5)    Analysing Peformance in Team Sports
PHED 303 (1.5)    High  Performance  Conditioning  in
Physical Activity and Sport
PHED 310 (1.5-6)d  Performance  Analysis   of   Selected
Individual Sports and Activities
PHED 320 (1.5-6)d Performance Analysis of Selected Team
Sports and Activities
PHED 420 (1.5-6)d  Coaching  Effectiveness  in  Selected
Sports and Activities
PHED 367 (1.5)    Leisure and Disabled Persons
Changes        PHED 384 - change in number (now 284), description and
prerequisites
PHED 462 - change  in  number  (now  352),  description,
prerequisite, and title
PHED 455 - change   in   number   (now   355),   title,
description and units
PHED 460 - change   in   number   (now   392),   title,
description and prerequisites
RECR 201 - change in designation and number to PHED 275,
title, description and prerequisites
RECR 301 - change in designation and number to PHED 375,
title, description and prerequisites
RECR 492 - change in designation, title, description and
prerequisites
PHED 448 - change in title, units, description and hours
PHED 369, 380, 456 - change in prerequisites
PHED 381 - chanqe in description and prerequisite
PHED 161, 261, 340, 362, 467, 469 - chanqe in title and
description
PHED 360, 364, 400, 464 - change in title, description
and prerequisite APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions     (continued)
8927.
January  21,   1987
Deletions
PHED 201, 202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211,
212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222,
223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233,
240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 250, 251, 252, 260, 262,
290 (to be deleted immediately)
PHED 301, 302, 330, 331, 332, 333, 341, 342, 402, 410,
411, 412, 413, 414, 416, 419, 423, 426, 428, 430, 441,
450 (to be deleted September 1989)
Proqrams:
Exercise Science
Proqram courses:  Required
(27)
PHED   363,   370,   371,   463,   468,   499;
9   units   from  3   First-year   courses   in   Math,
Bioloqy,    Chemistry   and/or   Physics;    9   units
of   300   and   400-level  courses   in   Arts   and/or
Science.
Elective  -  6-9  units   in  Arts  and/or  Science courses;
(13.5)     -  4.5  -  7.5  units  of  PHED courses
YEAR  1
Enqlish 100
3.0
3 of First-year: Math,
Biol. Chem. Physics
9.0
PHED 110
1.5
PHED 161
1.5
PHED 16 3
1.5
YEAR   2
Enqlish
Arts/Science
PHED   103
PHED  16 4
PHED   284
PHED   391
16.5
3.0
6.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
3.0
16.5
YEAR 3
Arts/Science
6.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 310/320 (Core)
1.5
PHED 370
1.5
PHED 371
1.5
PHED 36 3
1.5
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
1.5
YEAR 4
Arts/Science
PHED 463
PHED 468
PHED 499
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
PHED Electives
16.5
3.0-6.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
3.0-6.0
3.0
16.5 8928.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions     (continued)
MOTOR   PERFORMANCE  AND   CONTROL
Program courses:
Required  -  Biology  101  or  10 2;  Psych   100,   200;
(27) 9   units   of   300  and   400-level  Psych  courses;
PHED   368,   364,   370,   371,   468,   499
Elective  -  9  units  of  PHED courses and  4.5  units  of
(13.5) Arts      or      science      courses      selected
supplement  chosen  area of  interest.
to
YEAR 1
YEAR 2
English 100
3.0
Psych 100
3.0
Biol 101 or 102
3.0
PHED 103
1.5
PHED 110
1.5
PHED 161
1.5
PHED 16 3
1.5
PHED 164
1.5
English
3.0
Psych 200
3.0
Arts/Science Elec.
3.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 391
3.0
PHED 284
1.5
16.5
16.5
YEAR 3
3 00 and/or 4 00-level
Psych courses
6.0
PHED 370
1.5
PHED 371
1.5
PHED 364
1.5
PHED 368
1.5
PHED 310/320 (Core)
1.5
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
1.5
PHED Elective
1.5
16.5
YEAR 4
300 and/or  4 00-level
Psych  courses 3.0
Arts/Science  Elec. 1.5
PHED  468 1.5
PHED   499 1.5
Prog.   Elec.   (PHED) 7.5
(See Note  1)
PHED  Elective 1.5
1675"
Note: 1. PHED 489 (Seminar) is strongly recommended. 8929.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions  (continued)
LEISURE STUDIES
Program courses:
YEAR 1
English 100
Hist 135
Soci 200
PHED 10 3
PHED 110
PHED 161
PHED 16 3
PHED 16 4
Required - Hist 135, Soci 200; plus 1 of: Phil 115,
(21)    Econ 100, or Anth 200; PHED 499; 1.5 units
of research methods from specified list; 9
units of PHED courses from: PHED 275, 340,
360, 367, 375, 380, 381, 382, 383.
12 units of Arts or Science courses;
7.5 units of PHED courses.
YEAR 2
English 3.0
1 of: Phil 115,
Econ 100, Anth 200    3.0
Arts/Science 3.0
PHED 200 1.5
PHED 261 1.5
PHED 284 1.5
              PHED 391 3.0
16.5 16.5
Elective
(19.5)
3.0
3.0
3.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
YEAR 3
Arts/Science
PHED 310/320 (Core)
PHED courses - 6 from
Program required list
YEAR 4
6.0
1.5
9.0
16.5
Arts/Science
3.0
PHED 371 (see Note 1)
1.5
PHED 499
1.5
Proq. Elec. (PHED)
7.5
(see Note 2)
PHED Electives
3.0
16.5
Notes: 1. Research Methods - Students shall select 1.5 units of
research methods from PHED 371, Soci 380, or an equivalent
course. For purposes of illustration, PHED 371 is chosen in the
year course listings.
2. PHED 489 (Seminar) is strongly recommended. 8930.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions  (continued)
Program courses:
HEALTH  AND   FITNESS
Required   -  1.   PHED  303,   352,   355,   361,   363,   461,   370,
(15) 463,   464,   469
2.     12-15    units     of     Arts,     Science    and/or
Commerce    to    include    one    of    the    following
specializations:
(i)       Biology  101   or   102,   Psyc   100,   200,   6
units       of       300       and/or       400-level
Psychology courses;
(12-15) (ii)     Biology    101    or    102,    Psyc    100,    Soci
200   6   units    of    300   and/or    400-level
Sociology courses;
(iii)   Economics   100,   Commerce  120,   220,   261,
457,    458    (see   Note   1),    1.5   units   of
Arts,   Science  or   Commerce  electives.
(iv)     6   units   of   300  and   400   level   Science
courses    which    carry    credit    in    the
Faculty of  Science.
Electives
(10.5-13.5)
YEAR   1
English 100
Arts/Science
PHED 10 3
PHED 110
PHED 161
PHED 163
PHED   16 4
3
0
6
.0
1.
5
1
5
1.
5
1
.5
1
5
4.5   units   of  PHED courses;   6-9  units
of     Arts,      Science,     and/or     Commerce
courses.     (see  Note  2).
YEAR  2
16.5
English
3.0
Arts/Science/Commerce
6.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 284
1.5
PHED 391
3.0
16.5
YEAR   3
YEAR   4
Arts/Science/Commerce
6.0
PHED 310/320 (Core)
1.5
PHED 303
1.5
PHED 352
1.5
PHED 361
1.5
PHED 363
1.5
PHED 370
1.5
PHED Elective
1.5
16.5
Arts/Science/Commerce
3.0
PHED 355
1.5
PHED 461
1.5
PHED 463
1.5
PHED 464
1.5
PHED 469
1.5
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
4.5
PHED Elective
1.5
16.5
Notes:     1.   Students  selecting  the Commerce  specialization  should  consult
the Commerce  faculty  for   recommended background  courses.
2.   HUNU  205 and  209   (Nutrition  courses)   are strongly recommended. 8931.
January 21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions     (continued)
Proqram courses:
(9)
(10.5-13.5)
INSTRUCTION AND COACHING
Required:  PHED 355, 368, 369; 2 of: 310, 320.
instruction Specialization: PHED 361, 362, 364, 370,
400; 1 of 363, 463; 1 of 310, 320, 420; 0-6 units of
PHED courses (may substitute up to 6 units of non PHED
courses to meet the B.Ed. second concentration
requirement).
OR
(13.5)
Coachinq  Specialization:   PHED   361,   363,   364,   365,   370,
420,   463;   3-6  units  of  PHED  courses   (may  substitute  up
to    3    units    of    non    PHED    courses    to   meet    the    B.Ed,
second  concentration   requirement).
(18-21) Elective:    18-21   units    of   Arts,    Science,    or    Commerce
courses.
Notes: 1. A total of 7 performance competencies are required for the
Instructional Specialization. At least one must be selected
from each  of   Team Games,   Dance,   Gymnastics,   and   Aquatics.
2.   A   second   concentration   in   a   teaching   area   acceptable   to   the
Faculty of   Education   is   strongly  recommended.
YEAR   1
YEAR   2
English 100
3.0
Arts/Science
6.0
PHED 10 3
1.5
PHED 110
1.5
PHED 161
1.5
PHED 163
1.5
PHED 16 4
1.5
16.5
YEAR 3
Arts/Science/Commerce
3.0
PHED 310/320 (Core)
1.5
PHED 3 55
1.5
PHED 368
1.5
PHED 369
1.5
PHED 370
1.5
PHED 392
1.5
1 of: 310, 320
1.5
Prog. Req. (PHED)
3.0
16.5
English
3.0
Arts/Science/Commerce
6.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 284
1.5
PHED 3 91
3.0
16.5
YEAR   4
Arts/Science/Commerce
3.0-6-0
PHED 361
1.5
PHED 364
1.5
1 of: PHED 310, 3 20
1.5
Prog. Req. (PHED)
3.0
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
0.0-3.0
PHED Electives
3.0
TrT75" 8932.
January 21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions     (continued)
LEISURE & SPORT ADMINISTRATION
Program courses:
(22.5)    Required:
Econ 100; Commerce 120, 261, 457, 458; PHED 355
(3.0) units, 360, 364, 375, 392, 400, 492, and
(1.5)  units  of  Arts,  Science, or Commerce
electives.
(18)
Elective: 7.5 units of Arts, Science and/or Commerce
courses; plus 10.5 units selected from one of the
following specializations:
A. Society and organizations with reference to
leisure and sport PHED 367, 275, 380, 381,
382, 383, 489, 499; 1.5 units from Research
Methods;  1.5 units from Specialization B.
B. Individuals and groups with reference to sport
and physical activity: PHED 234, 361, 362,
365, 368, 489, 499; 1 of 310, 320, 420; 1.5
units from Research Methods; 1.5 units from
Specialization A.
YEAR   1
English 100
Econ 100
Arts/Science
PHED 103
PHED 110
PHED 161
PHED 16 3
PHED   164
3.0
3.0
3.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
T6T5"
YEAR 2
English
3.0
Commerce 120
1.5
Commerce 261
1.5
(2)
Arts/Science
3.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 284
1.5
PHED 391
3.0
16.5   (17)
YEAR   3
Arts/Science
or Comm
1.5
COMM 457
1.5
COMM 458
1.5
PHED 310/320
(Core)
1.5
PHED 355
1.5
PHED 360
1.5
PHED 364
1.5
PHED 375
1.5
PHED 392
1.5
Prog. Elec.
(PHED)
3.0
16.5
Note:  1. PHED 489 (Seminar
YEAR   4
Arts/Science/Comm
PHED  355
PHED  400
PHED  492
Prog.  Elec.   (PHED)
(see  Note   1)
PHED Electives
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
7.5
3.0
TF75- 8933.
January 21, 1987
APPENDIX *B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Curriculum revisions  (continued)
GENERAL STUDIES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Program courses:
(13.5)
(27)
Required:     PHED   370;    PHED   364,    368;      3   units    from   PHED   363,
463,   468;      3   units   from   PHED   360,   380,   381,   382;
3   units   from PHED  310,   320.
Electives:   18-24     units     of    Arts,     Science     and/or     Commerce
courses;     3-9  units  of  PHED courses.
YEAR  1
English 10 0
3.0
Arts/Science/Comm
6.0
PHED 10 3
1.5
PHED 110
1.5
PHED 161
1.5
PHED 163
1.5
PHED 16 4
1.5
YEAR   2
English
3.0
Arts/Science/Comm
6.0
PHED 200
1.5
PHED 261
1.5
PHED 284
1.5
PHED 391
3.0
16.5
16.5
YEAR   3
Arts/Science/Comm
3.0-6.0
PHED 310/320 (Core)
1.5
Prog. Req. (PHED)
6.0
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
1.5-4.5
PHED Elective
1.5
YEAR   4
1675
Note:     1.   PHED 499   (Project)   is   recommended.
Arts/Science/Comm
0-6.0
PHED 370
1.5
Prog. Req. (PHED)
6.0
Prog. Elec. (PHED)
1.5-7.5
PHED Elective
1.5
16.5
SCHOOL OF  REHABILITATION  MEDICINE
Changes       Clinical  Experience  - change para  3  to  read:
RHME 330/335 (18 weeks/12 weeks) - A student
failing to complete these courses satisfactorily
may be granted permission to advance to fourth
year only on the recommendation of the
Promotions Committee. 8934.
January  21,   1987
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
SCHOOL  OF  REHABILITATION MEDICINE     (continued)
Chanqe non-academic requirements  to  read:
"Bv   April   30   of   second   year,   all   students   are   required  to   show
evidence  of:
•        •       •
2. a  valid   Basic   Cardiac   Life   Support   (BCLS)   Basic
Level £ Certificate co-ordinated throuqh the
Justice institute of B.C., Emergency Health
Services. In addition students will be required
to show proof of current certification in BCLS
Basic Level £ Certificate on an annual basis
prior  to commencinq clinical fieldwork.

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