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 6020.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
The Fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1973-74 was held on Wednesday, January 16, 1974
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:   PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M.Andrews,
Mrs. M. F. Angus, Dean D. V. Bates, Mr. R. M. Bibbs, Dr. L. L. Bongie,
Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. C. A. Brockley, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Mr. G. B. Burns, Mr. R. M. Buzza, Mr. C. McK. Campbell,
Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. R. M. Clark, Mr. C. J. Connaghan, Dean I. McT.
Cowan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. C. G. David, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Ms. V. C.
Embree, Ms. B. G. Errington, Rev. R. W. Finn, Dr. C. V. Finnegan,
Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C.
Gibson, Acting Dean C. C. Gourlay, Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. D. F. Hardwick,
Mr. A. J. Hilliker, Dr. B. Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Mr. P. A. Insley,
Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. R. V.
Kubicek, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dean S.W. Leung, Mr. T. B. Lindsay, Dr. R. E.
McConnell, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Mr. J. A. McEwen, Dr. M. F. McGregor,
Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. R. J. Mattiussi, Dr. P.
Merivale, Dr. D. D. Munro, Dr. J.M. Norris, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Mr. P. W.
Park, Dr. G. V. Parkinson, Miss E. B. Paul, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. I. S.
Ross, Mr. J. M. Schoening, Acting Dean J. E. Searcy, Dean M. Shaw,
Mrs. H. W. Sonthoff, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Mr. B. B. Trevino,
Dr. M. Uprichard, Mr. F. C. Walden, Dr. W. A. Webber.
Observers:   Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers, Mr. G. R. Selman.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Deputy PresidentW. M. Armstrong, Mrs. F.
Field, Mr. D. B. Fields, Dean W. D. Finn, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Mr. I. F.
Greenwood, Mr. J. Guthrie, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Dr. L.
Kraintz, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Mr. A. J. Longmore, Dean A. J. McClean,
Mr. S. J. Robinson, Dr. J. R. Stein, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. R. L.
White, Mr. D. R. Williams. 6021.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Mr. Gourlay     ) That the Minutes of the Fourth regular
Dr. Friedman   ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1973-74
having been circulated, be taken as
read and adopted.
Carried
Senate Membership
Senate ratified the appointment of Miss W.J. Hudson as Joint Faculty
Representative to replace Dr. A.D. Scott who will be on leave of absence
until June 30, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Dr. Norris presented a report on proposals circulated with the
agenda for the December 12, 1973 meeting.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
It was noted that new courses and course changes in Agricultural
Economics had been withdrawn.
Dr. Norris   ) That course changes in Animal Science,
Dean Shaw   ) changes and deletions in Food
Science, changes in Plant Science and
the change in the Four Year Double
Major, recommended by the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences, be approved.
Carried 6022.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Arts    (See Page 5977)
Dr. Norris     ) That course changes in Creative
Dean Kenny   ) Writing, Economics, English, French,
Music and Psychology, recommended
by the Faculty of Arts and listed in
Appendix 'C of the Minutes of the
meeting of December 12,  1973 (P. 5977)
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris      ) That course changes recommended by
Mr. Gourlay   ) the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris     ) That course changes in Economics,
Dean Cowan   ) Mathematics and Music, a new course
in Oceanography and in Physics, and
course deletions in Physics and Zoology,
recommended by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies, be approved.
Carried
It was noted that the committee recommended the addition of the
underlined words to the description of Physics 537:    "The flow of real
and ideal fluids, emphasizing the influence of turbulence of the ocean
and the rotation of the Earth;   ...  ". 6023.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Medicine
It was noted that the following courses now listed under Paediatrics
were to be listed under Medical Genetics:
430 (3) Human Genetics
440 Medical Genetics
Faculty of Science   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris        ) That Senate approve course and
Dr. Finnegan   ) curriculum changes in Biochemistry;
course and curriculum changes and a
new course in Botany; new course and
course changes in Chemistry; new
courses, revisions to programs and
course changes in Computer Science;
course and curriculum changes in
Geography; new courses, course
changes and new programs in Geological
Sciences; new program in Geophysics
and Astronomy; course and curriculum
changes in Mathematics; new course,
course and curriculum changes in
Microbiology and in Physics; curriculum
change in Physiology; new course,
course and curriculum changes in
Zoology; as recommended by the Faculty
of Science.
Carried
It was noted that the committee had recommended changes in wording
of the descriptions for Computer Science 321, Geological Sciences 107,
310 and 410, and Zoology 412.
Dr. Norris presented the second report of the committee which
concerned proposals circulated with the agenda for the January 16, 1974
meeting. 6024.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Faculty of Applied Science   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris ) That Senate approve new courses,
Dr. Parkinson   ) course and curriculum changes in
Agricultural, Chemical, Civil, Geological,
and Metallurgical Engineering; course
and curriculum changes in Electrical
Engineering, Engineering Physics,
Mechanical Engineering, Mathematics
and in Mineral Engineering; and
revisions in the Geological Engineering
Program.
Carried
A change in the description of Geological Sciences 410, recommended
by the committee, was noted.
Faculty of Arts - Program in Economic History
The committee had considered a proposal by the Faculty of Arts to
offer a program in Economic History.   In the past Economic History had
been taught primarily in the Department of Economics but some courses
were taught in the Department of History.  A student seeking specialization
in the field usually had to opt for one departmental approach or the
other.   The proposed program would allow each department a great deal
of flexibility and autonomy at the Third and Fourth Year levels in
pursuing the study of Economic History, while giving the students a
common basic training which would be of value in both departmental
specializations. 6025.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts - Program in Economic History   (continued)
Dr. Norris     ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Arts
Dean Kenny   ) to offer a Program in Economic History
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies - Ph.D.   in Linguistics
The following outline of the proposed doctoral program in Linguistics
had been circulated:-
"Before entering the program students will be expected to have
completed:
(i)       a Master's degree in Linguistics (or equivalent)
(ii)     a Bachelor's degree with First Class Honours (or
equivalent)
(iii)    a successful first year on a Master's program,
with clear evidence of research ability.
Their course work should have included a general synchronic and
diachronic study of phonology, morphology and syntax.   They
should also have a sound knowledge of a language other than
English and, before completing, should be able to read and translate
accurately linguistic materials in French and German, or - by
arrangement - in some other language or languages deemed to be
specially relevant to their research.
Course work will be planned on the basis of the individual student's
requirements and research.
Upon admission each student will be assigned to a specific supervisor
and, with our present strength, enrolment will not be allowed to
exceed ten students at any given time.
The areas of research for which students can be accepted include
linguistic theory, contrastive linguistics, dialectology, lexicography,
historical and comparative linguistics, language acquisition,
Amerindian linguistics, Japanese linguistics, sociolinguistics,
bilingualism, linguistic theories of translation. 6026.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies - Ph.D.   in Linguistics    (continued)
All students will have to undergo successfully a comprehensive
examination after completing their course work, as well as a final
oral examination for the degree and defence of the thesis."
Dr. Norris     ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dean Cowan   ) Graduate Studies to offer a Ph.D.
program in Linguistics be approved.
Carried
M.Sc.  degree in Physical Geography
A proposal by the Faculty of Graduate Studies to offer a Master of
Science degree in Physical Geography had been circulated.   It was felt
that the degree "Master of Science" described the nature of graduate
study and research in the Physical Geography program with greater
accuracy than "Master of Arts".   The adoption of an M.Sc. designation
would regularize and make explicit the fact that the existing Master's
program in Physical Geography was scientific in philosophy, practice
and tradition.   The existence of graduate studies in Physical Geography
was often overlooked by students who had backgrounds in environmental
sciences and who might be interested in the program.
Dr. Norris     ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dean Cowan   ) Graduate Studies to offer an M.Sc.
degree in Physical Geography be
approved.
Carried 6027.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Reports of the Senate Curriculum Committee   (continued)
School of Home Economics   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Norris     ) That the proposal of the School of Home
Dean Kenny   ) Economics for new courses and course
changes be approved.
Carried
Senate agreed to the recommendation of the committee that the
following be added to the calendar descriptions of Home Economics 204,
207 and 209:-   "Chemistry 12 or Chemistry 103 strongly recommended.",
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies
In the proposals circulated to Senate at the November 14, 1973
meeting the Faculty of Graduate Studies recommended that student
membership in the Faculty be limited to 30 or 40 and that the following
procedures would apply: -
(1)       Each Department, School, or Faculty without departmental
divisions, in which the number of graduate students is 50 or
more, should elect one representative for every 100 or more
graduate students enrolled, rounded to the nearest whole
number;   these to be elected by the graduate students within
the Department (or School or Faculty).
i.e.   50    -   149 students = 1 representative
150   -   249 students = 2 representatives
250   -   349 students = 3 representatives 6028.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies   (continued)
(2)       Departments with fewer than 50 graduate students enrolled  (and
therefore not entitled to a representative by the above rules)
would be grouped together by Faculty to provide this minimum
number, and the resulting groups would elect representatives
on the basis described under (1) above.   No more than one
representative to be chosen from any one Department.   The
electorate would be as above.
This would provide the following representation:   Agricultural
Sciences 1, Applied Science 5, Arts 13, Commerce and Business
Administration 3, Education and Physical Education 3, Forestry 1,
Medicine, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Human Nutrition 1, Science 7,
Community and Regional Planning and Law 1 - for a total of 35.
Dean Cowan reported that the Faculty had since approved the
following arrangements:-
1.     (a)      That selection of the students for attendance at meetings of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies be such as to ensure broad
representation across the Departments engaged in graduate
study.
(b)      That the number of graduate students enrolled in any
'Department' or undepartmentalized Faculty should be a
secondary criterion for representation.
2.     (a)      That graduate students should be elected to the two standing
committees  (the Executive Committee and the Curriculum
Committee) and appointed to the Nominating Committee.
(b) That the students so elected or appointed should be chosen
from the graduate students already elected to attend Faculty
meetings.
(c) That the numbers to be elected to these committees shall be:
Executive Committee 2 (15%), Curriculum Committee 1  (25%),
and Nominating Committee 1   (25%) . 6029.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies    (continued)
3. (a) Because of the unique composition and size of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies it is recommended that Senate approve for
this Faculty a student representation of not less than 30.
(b)      If this recommendation (3a) is not acceptable to Senate then
the Faculty will follow the 5% guideline established by Senate
at its meeting on April 25,  1973.
Dean Cowan   ) 1.  (a)     That selection of the students
Dr. Gray        ) for attendance at meetings of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies
be such as to ensure broad
representation across the
Departments engaged in Graduate
Study;   and
(b)     that the number of graduate
students enrolled in any
'Department'or undepartmentalized
Faculty should be a secondary
criterion for representation.
Carried
Dean Cowan   ) 2.  (a)     That graduate students should
Dr. Bongie    ) be elected to the two standing
committees (the Executive
Committee and the Curriculum
Committee) and appointed to the
Nominating Committee;
(b) that the students so elected or
appointed should be chosen from
the graduate students already
elected to attend Faculty meetings;
(c) that the numbers to be elected to
these committees shall be:
Executive Committee 2 (15%),
Curriculum Committee 1 (25%),
and Nominating Committee 1 (25%). 6030.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Student Membership in Faculties
Graduate Studies    (continued)
Since this item concerned student representation on Faculty
Committees which was to be discussed later in the meeting it was agreed
that discussion could be deferred.
Dean Cowan      ) 3.  (a)     That Senate approve the
Dr. McDowell   ) recommendation that student
representation in the Faculty
of Graduate Studies be 35.
The motion was put and carried, 31: 25.
Six Week Summer Session
A recommendation that the University adopt a six-week Summer
Session in place of the current seven-week Summer Session had been
circulated.   One of the reasons given for the proposal was that it had been
increasingly difficult to obtain the services of local Faculty during the
summer.
It was explained that the proposal would reduce 32 teaching days
to 29 teaching days.   Two suggestions were contained in the proposal
whereby the number of contact hours could be maintained or increased.   It
was also stated that, where applicable, departments would be encouraged
to include pre-reading requirements for the courses offered in the Summer
Session. 6031.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Six Week Summer Session   (continued)
Dr. Gray       ) That The University of British Columbia
Dr. Bongie   ) adopt a six-week Summer Session.
In reply to a query it was confirmed that the intent of the motion
was that there would be a requirement for pre-reading and that there
would be the option of providing a seven-week Summer Session with or
without pre-reading.
During the following debate it was pointed out that the Faculty of
Arts had recently passed a resolution urging Senate to set up a committee
to consider the academic implications of a shorter Summer Session.
Dr. Clark     ) That the proposal be referred to an
Dr. Norris   ) ad hoc committee of Senate.
After a brief discussion the motion to refer the proposal to a committee
was lost.
In amendment:
Dr. Finnegan    ) That there be 29 class periods of 2 hours
Dr. McGregor   ) 10 minutes or 62 hours 50 minutes of
instruction.
Carried
The motion as amended was put and carried. 6032.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Proposals of Faculties and Schools
Faculty of Education
(i)   Revision of membership in  Faculty
A proposal had been circulated which would broaden the
voting membership to include all full-time, part-time and visiting
faculty of the rank of Lecturer or above, including those in the
School of Physical Education and Recreation.
External membership was redefined as follows:
(a) Ex-officio membership to be extended to include:
The Deputy Presidents
The Director of the Centre for Continuing Education
(b) From the Faculty of Arts
The Dean (or his representative)
4 members of the Faculty of Arts chosen by the Dean
of Arts
Director of the School of Librarianship
Director of the School of Home Economics, plus
1 member of the School teaching Education 404
(c) From the Faculty of Science
The Dean  (or his representative)
4 members of the Faculty of Science chosen by the
Dean of Science
(d) The Dean of Agricultural Sciences, plus
1 member of the Faculty teaching Education 404
(e) The Dean of Commerce and Business Administration, plus
1 member of the Faculty teaching Education 404
(f) 2 representatives from the B.C. Teachers' Federation
(g) 15 students from the Faculty of Education
(h)      Director, Education Extension Programs
Program Director, Extra-sessional Courses 6033.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Proposals of Faculties and Schools
Faculty of Education
(i)   Revision of membership in Faculty   (continued)
Dean Andrews   ) That the proposal to increase the voting
Dr. Gray ) membership in the Faculty of Education
be approved.
Carried
(ii) Continuing Education course offerings   (See Appendix'C')
A list of Education courses to be offered through the Centre
for Continuing Education had been circulated for information.
School of Physical Education and Recreation
Physical  Education in England -  1974
A proposal had been circulated for information outlining a
program to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education.
The program which would be divided into three sections would
provide students with opportunities to become acquainted with
current practices and developments in physical education, recreation,
and sport in England.
In Section 1 the core course would consist of PE 360
(Comparative PE);   Section 2 would comprise two consecutive
nine-day courses;   and Section 3 would include a series of seven-day
courses. 6034.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Proposals of Faculties and Schools
School of Physical Education and Recreation
Physical Education in England -  1974   (continued)
It was stated in the proposal that the basic program would
consist of Section 1  (1i units);   one elective from Section 2  (1 unit);
and one elective from Section 3 (1 unit);   totalling 3i units.   In
addition a student may select up to two further courses (1 unit each)
from either Sections 2 or 3.
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The Faculty proposed the addition of the following Calendar statements
to the existing four paragraphs on Promotion Requirements in order to
give a fuller explanation of present promotion policy: -
5. Courses for which credit has not been obtained must be repeated
or permissible substitutes taken, in the next regular session
attended.   In the winter session, the total for all courses taken
may not exceed 19 units except with approval of the Faculty (Dean)
6. A student with standing defective in more than 3 units, although
he will not be permitted to register in the higher year, may be
allowed to continue by registering in the lower year and taking
courses in accordance with Paragraph 5 above.
Dean Riedel ) That the additional statements on
Dr. Brown    ) Promotion Requirements in the Faculty
of Pharmaceutical Sciences be approved.
Carried 6035.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Proposals of Faculties and Schools
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences   (continued)
Dean Riedel explained that the following statement concerning
applicants admitted to the Faculty was to be presented to the Board of
Governors for approval:-
When notified that his application had been accepted, each
applicant shall, within two weeks of notification, send a
deposit of fifty dollars ($50.00) to the Office of the Dean of
Pharmaceutical Sciences (by cheque payable to The University
of British Columbia), which deposit will later be applied to
the tuition fees of the pharmacy course.   If the applicant is
unable to register and notifies the Office of the Dean of this
fact not later than August 20, his deposit will be refunded
to him.   If the applicant does not register or if he neglects to
notify the Office of the Dean of his change of intention until
after August 20th, his deposit will be forfeited.
Note:     The deposit of fifty dollars is payable only by those
applicants who receive official notification of their
admission to the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
and should not be sent in with the initial application
for admission.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
It was noted that the course Education 559 (H) Administration of
Post Secondary  Institutions was to be offered through the Centre for
Continuing Education from January to April 1974.
Annual  Report of the Centre for Continuing Education  1972-73
Mr. Selman commented briefly on the report, which had been
circulated for information. 6036.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Annual  Report of the Centre for Continuing Education  1972-73 (continued)
Dr. Dennison ) That the report be received.
Dr. Gray )
In the following discussion reference was made to part-time study
and the importance of making available a more satisfactory variety of
courses for the evening student.
On behalf of Senate the Chairman extended a vote of thanks to the
Director of the Centre for Continuing Education and his staff and hoped
they would be encouraged to continue their good work.
The motion was put and carried.
Student Representation on Faculty Committees
Dr. Webber reported that all Faculties had provided the Senate Ad
Hoc Committee on Student Representation on Faculties with the following
information concerning their proposals for student representation on
faculty committees:-
Number of
Members     Students    Percentage
Faculty of Agricultural Science
Curriculum Committee 11
Library Committee 8
Timetable Committee 5
Faculty/Student Relations Committee  9
Safety Committee 9
3
27
2
25
1
20
4
44
2
22 6037.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Student Representation on Faculty Committees   (continued)
Faculty of Applied Science
Curriculum Committee
Teaching/Learning Committee
Number of
Members      Students    Percentage
17
9
18
33
Faculty of Arts
Academic Policy Committees
(a) Curriculum Committee
(b) Curriculum Development Committee
(c) Evaluation and Improvement of
Teaching Committee
(d) Part-time Studies Committee
33
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Long Range Planning Committee 8
Curriculum Committee 9
Course Evaluation Committee 6
Student/Faculty Workshop Committee 9
3
38
3
33
2
33
6
67
Faculty of Dentistry
Admissions Committee - Dentistry
Admissions Committee - Dental
Hygiene
Curriculum Committee - Dentistry
Curriculum Committee - Dental
Hygiene
Patient Services Committee
Student Progress Committee
Dental Hygiene/Faculty Liaison
Committee
10
20
10
1
10
14
2
14
12
2
17
9
2
22
4
1
25
50
Faculty of Education
Standing Committees
Ad Hoc Committees
Variable
Variable 6038.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Student Representation on Faculty Committees   (continued)
Number of
Members     Students    Percentage
Faculty of Forestry
Curriculum Committee 13
Faculty/Student Liaison Committee 10
Graduate Program Committee 9
Library Committee 6
4
31
5
50
2
22
2
33
Faculty of Law
All committees except those specifically excluded by Senate.
Less than 1/3 students except Faculty/Student Liaison Committee
50% students
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty Executive Committee
Curriculum Committee
Admissions Policy Committee
19
2
11
26
4
15
9
2
22
Faculty of Pharmacy
Curriculum Committee 10
Faculty/Student Liaison Committee      7
4
4
40
57
Faculty of Science
Teaching-Learning Committee
15
5
33
Curriculum Committee
16
2
13
Timetable and Registration
Committee
16
2
13
Life Sciences Council
17
2
12
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Executive Committee
Curriculum Committee
Nominating Committee
13
2
15
4
1
25
4
1
25 6039.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Student Representation on Faculty Committees   (continued)
The committee recommended that Senate not approve these
arrangements but that, since student representation was now provided
on faculties, the matter of student representation on faculty committees
be left flexible by allowing the arrangements to be modified at the faculty
level.
Dr. Webber   ) That the information concerning student
Dean Cowan   ) representation on faculty committees be
received.
Carried
Academic Year  1974-75
A draft of the section of the Academic Year for inclusion in the
General Information section of the Calendar had been circulated.   The
Chairman suggested that the Registrar be informed of any possible
amendments immediately.
Report on  Registration  1973-74
The report on registration for 1973-74 was circulated for information,
Total enrolment for the Winter Session was 20,100 compared to 19,166
in 1972-73.
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. 6040.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
From the  Board of Governors    (continued)
(i)       New courses in Japanese, Asian Studies, Economics, English, German,
Geography, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious
Studies;   course deletions in Economics, English, Geography,
Psychology and Slavonic Studies;   and course changes in Linguistics
and Political Science, recommended by the Faculty of Arts.    (5974-5)
(ii)      New courses and course changes in Music, recommended by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies.    (P. 5790, 5962 & 5976)
(iii)    Admission and promotion policy proposals of the Faculty of Science
for full-time and part-time students.    (P. 5954-60)
(iv)     Affiliation of Regent College with The University of British Columbia
for an initial period of three years commencing July 1, 1974;   the
affiliation to be reviewed by a Senate committee at that time.
(P. 5965)
(v)      Change in program requirements concerning Law 231, recommended
by the Faculty of Law.    (P. 5976)
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Mr. Gourlay  ) That the new awards listed in Appendix 'A '
Ms. Searcy    ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Enrolment of women undergraduate and graduate students
Mrs. Sonthoff ) That Senate set up a committee to discover
Ms. Searcy       ) ways of increasing the enrolment of women
undergraduate and graduate students in
the courses of all departments, faculties
and schools and to present at least an
interim report by the October 1974 meeting. 6041.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
Enrolment of women undergraduate and graduate students    (continued)
It was explained that the terms of reference of the committee would
be to determine in which departmental, faculty or school programs the
ratio of women to men students is not close to the general university ratio
of 40: 60 and to discover, in consultation with faculty at U .B.C. and at any
other institution which seems successful in training women students, how
we might increase the enrolment of women within the next 2-5 years.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Student Membership on Senate - eligibility regulations
An amendment to Article 7 (6) and (7) of the A.M.S. Code, passed
by the Students' Council, was referred to the Committee on the Role and
Organization of Senate.
Faculty of Arts - Canadian Studies   (See Appendix 'C')
A list of courses with Canadian content had been circulated for
information.
Other Business
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Arts - Recommendation 3
The following amendment to Recommendation 3 of the Faculty
of Arts on Student Membership in Faculties was defeated at the
December 12, 1973 meeting:- 6042.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Other Business
Ad hoc Committee on Student Membership in Faculties
Arts - Recommendation 3   (continued)
"Election of student participants should be conducted before
March 15 of each academic year by the Arts Undergraduate
Society except in the case of First Year representatives for
whom elections shall be conducted by October 15 of each
year. "
Notice of the following motion was given by Mr. Insley:-
"That the amendment to Recommendation 3 contained on
Page 6001 be reconsidered by Senate. "
The Chairman pointed out that reconsideration of a motion
already passed by Senate would require a two-thirds majority vote.
Committee on the  Universities Act
It was agreed that special meetings of Senate would be held on
Wednesday, February 6, 1974 and Saturday, February 16, 1974 for
further discussion of the report of the Committee on the Universities Act.
*N. B.   The date of this meeting was subsequently changed to Monday,
February 4, 1974.
Academic Building  Needs Committee
Senate agreed to a request that Dr. A.D. Scott, former chairman of
the Academic Building Needs Committee, be permitted to attend meetings
of the committee during his period of leave-of-absence.
* 6043.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
The meeting adjourned at 10.00 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
February 20, 1974.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6044.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards  Recommended to Senate
B'nai  B'rith Women Centennial Chapter 1022 Scholarship   -  A
scholarship of $250 is offered annually to members of Hillel or sons,
and daughters of B'nai B'rith members.   It is open in competition to
students who have successfully completed at least one year at Simon
Fraser University or the University of British Columbia by June 30th
and are continuing studies at either University.   To be eligible for
consideration a candidate must have an academic average of at least
70% with clear standing in each subject.   Candidates must apply by
June 30th on the UBC Undergraduate Application Form, which may
be obtained from the Awards Office, University of B.C.   The form,
when returned, must be accompanied by a transcript of all University
studies completed.
The Alice V.   Borden Memorial Award   -  This award is given by
her pupils and their parents, students, colleagues, friends and
relatives, in memory of Alice V. Borden, 1908-1971, Assistant
Professor of Education at the University of British Columbia, who
taught and practiced pre-school education there from 1958-1971.  The
intent of the award is to encourage the dynamic spirit of dedication
to excellence and integrity in learning and teaching which they were
privileged to experience in this rare person and skilful teacher.   An
amount of approximately $250 may be awarded annually by the Dean
of the Faculty of Education to a student registered in any course or
session of that Faculty, whose chief interest is in Early Childhood
Education, and who shows outstanding promise in that field.
The Nora Black Memorial Scholarship   -  A scholarship of $150 has
been established and endowed by Dr. William Black to honour the
memory of his late wife, Nora Black (B.A., Honours French, 1928).
It will be awarded annually at the discretion of the Department of
Music to a student who has shown outstanding promise as a creator
of lyric vocal composition.
The Eberts Mills McKechnie Scholarship   -  This scholarship
of $150, established through a bequest from the late Chancellor R. E,
McKechnie, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History to the undergraduate entering the Final Year
who is considered to be the most deserving and meritorious student
in the field of History. 6045.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate   (continued)
The Helen Russell McKechnie Scholarship   -  This scholarship
of $150, established through a bequest from the late Chancellor R. E.
McKechnie, will be awarded annually on the recommendation of
the School of Nursing to the woman student entering the final
undergraduate year who is considered to be the most deserving and
meritorious. 6046.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A    =    new courses or substantial changes
B    =    minor changes (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Animal Science
B     Changes
Animal Science 258, 323, 402, 406, 415, 421
(minor description changes)
Food Science
A     New courses
A     Deletions
B     Changes
Food Science   308 (li)   Principles of Food  Process
309
di)
(li)
di)
Science I
Principles of Food  Process
401
Science II
Food Process Science -
Fabrication of Food
402
Systems
Food Process Science -
Nutritive Aspects
Food Science   304, 305, 306 and 408
Food Science   406 - number changed to 303
414 - change in hours and description
Plant Science
B     Changes
Plant Science 418 - change in title and description
322, 405 and 500 - minor changes in
description and/or titles
General
A     Four-Year Double Major
-    delete 6047.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals   (continued)
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Addition of elective to all Third-Year Applied Science Programs: -
*Applied Humanities Elective:      Economics 309 (3) Principles of
Economics
English      305 (3) Literature of Ideas
*Humanities courses totalling 3 hours may be substituted with the
approval of the department.
Agricultural Engineering
A     New course AGEN 498   (1-3)   Directed Studies
B      Change AGEN 499   -   change in description
B     Program changes    Core - Delete AGEN 481 (becomes elective)
Third Year       - Delete Math 251 (now part of Second
Year core)
Fourth Year     - Delete ELEC 451 (now part of Third
Year core)
A     Program change      Fourth Year      - Units of electives to be increased
to 9
B     Change
AGEN 355 and 365 being interchanged in the program
Chemical Engineering
A     New course
CHML 476 (2)   Modelling and Optimization in
Chemical  Engineering
B     Change
Third Year
Delete English 305 from core
Civil Engineering
New courses
CIVL   447 (1)       Coastal  Engineering
474 (1i)     Soil Stabilization 6048,
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Civil Engineering   (continued)
B     Changes CIVL   350 - change in description
351 - change in hours and description
365 - change in number to 265
464 - change in description
B     Program changes    Second Year - delete Physics 253
Third Year   - delete Biology 311
B      Deletion CIVL   352
Electrical  Engineering
A     Change ELEC   357 to be replaced by the following:
ELEC   356 (1i) Electronic Circuits
358 (1i) Digital  Systems and
Mini-computers
B     Changes ELEC  353 - change in hours and description
Third Year - delete free elective
Geological  Engineering
A     New courses Geology 305 (li)  Field Methods
342 di)  Groundwater Hydrology
406 (li) Advanced Sedimentology
A     Change Geology 203 and 414 to be rearranged into the
following:
321   (1i)   Paleontology  I
421   (1i)   Paleontology  II
B     Change 206 - change in number and description;   now 226 6049.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Geological Engineering    (continued)
A     Change
B     Changes
A     Change
B     Changes
304 - split into two 1i unit courses as follows:
216 (li)  Stratigraphy and Structure
314 (li)  Structural Geology I
403 - change in title and number;  now:
416 (1i)  Carbonate-Chert Sedimentology
407 - change in number to 433
408 - change in number, hours and prerequisites;
now:    448 (3)   Mineral Deposits
410 - change in description
412 - change in number, title and prerequisite;  now:
322 (3)    Geomorphology and Surficial Geology
Fourth Year - add to electives - Geology 321, 406;
add CIVL 490 to Option III only
delete Geology 203 as elective
change Geology 404 from requirement
to elective
Third Year - drop MINL 398
drop CIVL 353
add Geol 305
Engineering Physics
A     Changes
Physics 355 - change in title, description and
hours;    now 355 (2) Quantum Mechanics
453 - change in unit value, description
and hours
456 - change in unit value, title and
description;   now:
456 (3) Advanced Classical Mechanics 6050.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B
"Rl
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics   (continued)
B     Changes
Deletion
Physics 358 - change in title and description; now:
358 (3) Applied Optics
398 - change in title; now:
398 (2) Technical  Report
455 - change in unit value, hours and
description (unit value reduced from
3 to 2)
Physics 457
B     Changes in Mathematics offerings
Mechanical Engineering
A     Changes
B     Changes
M.E.   363 - change in hours, title and description;
now 363 (2) Mechanics of Materials
365 - change in description and hours
M.E.   465 and 468 - change in description and
hours
M.E.    364, 372, 378, 384, 466, 467, 473, 476,
479, 481, 484 - change in hours
Math   450 - change in hours
Program change      Third Year - English 305 changed from requirement
to elective
Metallurgy
A     New course
A     Change
B     Changes
B     Program change
Met      373 (2) Physical  Metallurgy  Laboratory
Met      458 - change in title and description; now
458 (1) Corrosion
Met      380 - reduction in unit value from  (3) to (2)
Third Year - change in description of electives 6051
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE    (continued)
Mathematics
B     Change
Math 360 to be offered in the Fall semester and
Math 362 to be offered in the Spring semester
Math 450 - reduction in hours
Mineral Engineering
B     Change
Third Year Electives - electives changed from 5
to 2 units in consultation with the department
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
A     Changes
B     Changes
Commerce   352 (3) Managerial Accounting split
into two li unit courses:
351 di) Financial Accounting and
352 (1i) Managerial Accounting
Commerce   356 - change in description
452 - change in number and description
Licentiate in Accounting
B     Change:
Requirements of the Licentiate second year be modified to reflect
changes approved last year in the A.M.I.S. program.   Course
requirements now to read:
Second Year
Intermediate;
Commerce 353 (3 units) ■
Commerce 354 (1i units)
Financial Accounting,
Cost Accounting Systems,
Part A;   Commerce 356 (3 units) - Management Information Systems;
Commerce 358 (li units) - Cost Accounting Systems, Part B;
Commerce 418 (1i units) - Quantitative Methods  II; Commerce 453
(li units) - Financial Accounting, Advanced; Commerce 492 (3 units) -
Policy and Administration;  3 units elective chosen from Commerce 391,
Commerce 355, Commerce 450, Commerce 451, Commerce 454,
Commerce 455. 6052.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  (continued)
Management and Policy
B     Changes
Commerce 190, 492 and 494 - change in title and
description
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Economics
B     Changes
Economics  530 (3) Economic History - split into
two li unit courses:
531 (li) Economic History of Modern
Europe
532 (1i) Economic History of North
America
A     Change
Economics   594 - change in title and description
Mathematics
B     Change
Math 528 - change in number;  now Math 500
Music
B     Changes
Music 521 - change in description
524 - change in title and prerequisite
526 - change in title
504, 509, 522, 523 and 525 - change in
prerequisite
527 - change in description and prerequisite
Oceanography
A     New course
Oceanography 510 (1) Seminar in Dynamic
Oceanography 6053.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES    (continued)
Physics
A      New course
A     Deletions
Physics 537 (2) Dynamic Oceanography
Physics 513,  515, 524, 538
Zoology
A     Deletions
Zoology 507, 526
SCHOOL OF  HOME  ECONOMICS
A      New courses
B      Changes
Home Economics 204 (li) Textiles
207  (3)    Foods
209  (li) Nutrition
Home Economics  301, 401, 402 and 403 - change
in description
201 and 203 - change in title
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry
B      Changes
Fourth Year Major - delete Physiology 302 as
requirement
Revision of "Suggested Science Electives":
Add: Botany 330, Chemistry 411, 435,
Microbiology 408, Zoology 304, 405
Biochemistry 449 - delete word 'laboratory' in
description 6054.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE    (continued)
Botany
A     Changes
A      New course
A     Deletion
B     Change
Honours, Third and Fourth Years -
Add:        Botany 301   (1i), 302  (3), plus:
3 units selected from Botany 306, 307,
308, 15 additional units in Science, 7i
of which must be in Botany;    3 units of
electives in Arts
Delete:    13i additional units in Science, 9 of
which must be in Botany.   12 units of
elective courses, of which 3 must be
in Arts
Botany   412  (li) Phytogeography
Botany   420
Botany    309 - change in number;  now 409
Chemistry
A     New course
B     Changes
Chemistry 408 (1) Chemical  Dynamics
Chemistry 208, 304, 404, 414, 417 - change in
prerequisites
Computer Science
New courses
312 (li) Symbolic Computing
313 (li) Assembly  Language Programming
320 (1i) Discrete Structures
321 (1i) Introduction to Theory of Computing  I
420 (li) Analysis of Algorithms 6055.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computer Science   (continued)
A     Revised programs:
Honours - Third and  Fourth Years
Replace requirement of CPSC 311 by 320, 321 and 420.
(other minor changes)
Major - Third  and  Fourth Years
Drop CPSC 302 as a requirement;  replace requirement of nine units
of "other Computer Science courses" numbered 300 or higher by six
units 300 or higher and 6 units 400 or higher.    (List of recommended
courses provided)
Combined Honours in Computer Science and Mathematics
First Year      - replace the elective by CPSC 210
Second Year  - replace CPSC 210 by 310
Third Year     - replace CPSC 310 and 311 by 320 and 321
Fourth Year   - replace the old 421 by 420 and 421; widen option for
other Computer Science courses to 300 and above;
add Mathematics 406 and 418 to the list of courses
from which 6 units must be chosen.
A     Changes        CPSC 310, 311, 404 and 421 - change in description
B     Changes CPSC 200 - drop prerequisite
201 - add to prerequisite "may be taken concurrently"
210 - reword prerequisite to read "Mathematics 100
and 121 or equivalent (may be taken
concurrently)"
400 - this course to be dropped in 1975/76
410 - reword prerequisite to read "CPSC 310
and 313 (or 310 taken prior to 1974/75)
411 - reword prerequisite to read "CPSC 310,
311 and 313 (or 310 taken before 1974/75;
and 311)"
422 - reword prerequisite to read "CPSC 310.
Beginning in 1975/76 CPSC 310 and 312
(may be taken concurrently in the fall term)" 6056.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE    (continued)
Geography
A     Deletion Geography 316
B     Changes:
Honours -  Focus Climatology
Second Year  - add Geography 200 or 201; drop Math 205
Third Year     - drop requirement of Geog 375;  transfer elective in
in Botany, Soil Science or Forestry to Fourth Year;
add Geog 374;  add Math 315/Physics 312 as an
alternative to Math 301;  increase Science electives
to 4i units to give total in year of 18 units.
Fourth Year   - require 2 units from among Phys. 441,
Oceanography 400 and 401 rather than all three
courses being mandatory; add requirement of 3
units from among Soil Sc. 413/414, Botany 330 or
Forestry 312/405;   reduce Science electives to 2-3
units to give a total in year of 16-17 units.
Combined Honours Geography and Geology - Focus Geomorphology
First Year      - add Geography 107 as alternative to Geography 101
Second Year - add Geography 200 or 201; add Geol 216/226; drop
requirement of Geol. 206 or Soil Science 200, drop
Math 205;  replace Chem 203 by "200 level Chemistry"
reduce elective to li units to give year total of 16
units
Third Year     - replace Geol. 300, 317, 412 by 307, 315, 322;  replace
Geog 379 and 2 of Geog 370, 372, 375 by Geog 372,
374, 417, Geog. 370 or Geol. 305;  replace Math 301
by 315;  replace one of Phys. 316/318, Chem 310/320,
Chem 304/334 or Math 305 by 3 units Arts elective.
Fourth Year   - Require Geog. 345; replace Geol 304 by Geol 342, 415
or 425; add Geog 379 or Geol 410; add Earth Science
3i units; drop free elective - 3 units;  drop Geog 401 6057.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE    (continued)
Geological Sciences
New courses
Geology 107 (3)
216 (li)
305 (1i)
307  (li)
310  (3)
314 (1i)
315  (li)
321   (1i)
323 (li)
330  (1i)
333  (1i)
342  (li)
406 (1i)
421   (li)
425  (li)
426  (1i)
438  (li)
Introductory Geology
Stratigraphy and Structure
Field Methods
Crystals,  Minerals and Rocks
Canadian Geology - Our
Environment and  Resources
Structural  Geology  I
Geological Analysis
Paleontology I
Introductory Geochemistry
X-ray Mineralogy
Analytical Geochemistry
Groundwater Hydrology
Advanced Sedimentology
Paleontology II
Geologic Evolution of North
America
Marine Geology
Geochemistry of Ore Genesis
A     Deletions
B     Changes
203, 304, 309, 324, 405, 414, 419
206 - change in number, title and
description;  now reads:
226 (1i) Sedimentology
410 - change in description only
412 - change in number and title;  now:
Geology 322  (3) Geomorphology
and Surficial  Geology
402 - change in number, title and
prerequisite;  now reads:
Geology 415 (1i) Geology of the
Western Cordillera
403
407
408
change in number, title and
prerequisite;  now reads:
Geology 416 (li) Carbonate-Chert
Sedimentology
change in number to 433
change in number, hours and
prerequisite;  now: Geology 448;
Hours -  (2-2;  2-2) 6058.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences   (continued)
A     New Program outlines to accommodate course changes
Honours
First Year      -  (15 units) - Geology 105, Chemistry 120 or 110,
Physics 110, or 115, or 120; Mathematics 100 and
121, English 100
Second Year  -  (16 units) - Geology 216 and 226, Geology 210,
Mathematics 200, 205, Chemistry 208, Geophysics 201
or equivalent, or Biology 101 or 102
Third Year     -  (17 units) - Geology 305, 330, 314, 320, 321, 410;
5 approved Science units and 3 units Arts elective
Fourth Year   -  (18 units) - Geology 410, 415 or 425, 449, additional
Geology course numbered 400 or over (6 units),
Elective and Arts elective
Major
First Year       -  (15 units) - Geology 105, Chemistry 120 or 110;
Physics 110 or 115, or 120;  Mathematics 100 and 121;
English 100
Second Year  - (15 units) - Geology 216 and 226, Geology 210,
Mathematics 200, Geophysics 201 or equivalent
and/or Biology 101 or 102; Chemistry 208, Elective
Third Year    - (15 units) - Mathematics 205, Geology 305, 314, 320,
321 and additional Science units and Geology 410 and
electives
Fourth Year  - (15 units) - Geology 410; 415 or 425; Additional
Geology units; Additional Earth Science units; Elective
Combined Honours,  Geology and Geophysics
First Year      -  (15 units) - Geology 105; Chemistry 120 or 110;
Physics 110, or 115 or 120; Mathematics 100 and 121;
English 100
Second Year  -  (16i units) - Geology 216, 210; Geophysics 201;
Physics 234, Mathematics 200, 221; Arts Elective
Third Year     -  (16i units) - Geology 320, 314, 410; Geophysics 301,
302; Mathematics 301 or 315/Physics 312,
Physics 300, 319
Fourth Year   - (18 units) - Geology 410, 415 or 425; Geophysics 415,
402, 449, Mathematics 300, Additional science units,
Arts elective 6059.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences
A     New Program outlines to accommodate course changes   (continued)
Combined Honours,  Geology and Geography - Focus Geomorphology
First Year      -  (15 units) - Geology 105, 107 or Geography 101;
Chemistry 120 or 110;  Physics 110, 115 or 120;
Mathematics 100 and 121, English 100
Second Year  - (16 units) - Geology 216 and 226; Geography 200 or
201; Geography 212 and 213;  Mathematics 200 and
221; Geophysics 201 or a Chemistry course numbered
200 or above; Elective
Third Year     -  (18 units) - Geology 307, 322, 315;  Geography 313,
372, 374, 417;  Geology 305 or Geography 370;
Geology 410 or Geography 379; Mathematics 315;
Arts elective
Fourth Year   - (17 units) - Geology 342 and 415 or 425; Geography 345,
414; Geology 410 or Geography 379; Geology 449 or
Geography 449; Additional Earth Science Units; Arts
elective
Geophysics and Astronomy
A     New program - Honours Geophysics and Astronomy (Single Honours)
(Some adjustments may be necessary because of changes in courses
of Department of Geological Sciences)
First Year      - (15 units) - Mathematics 100, 121; Physics 120, 115
or 110; Chemistry 120 or 110; English 100; Arts elective
Second Year -  (18 units) -Mathematics 120, 200, 220, 221;
Physics 204, 209;  Physics 220 (or 210);  Elective*;
Arts elective
*normally Astronomy 200 or Geology 105
Third Year     -  (16 units) - Astronomy 320; Geophysics 301
(or Physics 308 and 310): Geophysics 302;
Mathematics 300 (or 315/316;  Physics 301, 306)
Fourth Year  - (17 units) - Astronomy 420; Geophysics 415;
Mathematics 400 (or 300 or 315/316);  Physics 401,
402; at least 3 units from Astronomy 421, 431, 449
or Geophysics 402, 412, 449. 6060.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
406, 418, 424 - change in description
445 - change in unit value, title and description
318 - change in title and description
Mathematics
A     Changes
B     Change
A     Revised Programs:
Honours
Replace "two from 400, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425 and an additional
6 units of Mathematics courses ...  "by "three from 400, 406, 418,
420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425 and an additional 3 units of Mathematics ...
B     Combined Honours in Mathematics and Another Subject
Add Mathematics 406 and 418 to list of courses from which two are
to be chosen.
Microbiology
B      Changes
A     Changes
A     New course
Major        -   Second Year: delete Microbiology 201
Honours   -   delete Microbiology 201;  replace
recommended elective Chemistry 330
with 313; add Microbiology 302
Microbiology  200 - change in description
324 - change in title and description;
now: Regulation of Cell
Growth and Division
403 - Prerequisite 302 to replace
old 402
417, 418 - delete reference to
Microbiology 201
Microbiology  201 - delete
402 - change in number and
description; now 302
409 - change in prerequisite and
hours
Microbiology  402 (li) Advanced  Immunology 6061.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Physics
Revised Programs:
A     Major
Third and Fourth Years:   (30 units) - Math 315*,
Physics 312*, 300/319, 328/318, Physics additional
courses  (8 units) ** Electives  (13 units)***
*
**
***
New course
B     Changes
Must be taken in Third Year
To be selected from:  314, 326, 400, 411, 413,
419, 441
At least one basic course in Computer Science
(210 or 201) is strongly recommended
Physics honours courses are also available.   Physics 210
will not count towards the 8 units of additional Physics
courses.   Early consultation with a Physics Department
Advisor is recommended before entering Third Year.
Physics 314 (2) Fluids and Solids
Physics 105 - not for credit towards the B.Sc.
degree; change in description
110 - change in description
120, 214 - change in title and description
220 - change in hours
400 - Prerequisite to read:  "at least 5
units of Physics courses, plus
Mathematics 315 or 301"
405 - change in number to 407
Honours - reduce requirement of electives in
combined Third and Fourth Years
by 1 unit
Physiology
B     Change
Honours - add Chemistry 305 requirement to
Third Year 6062.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE    (continued)
Zoology
A     New course
Changes
B     Changes
412 (li) Zoogeography
203, 306 - change in title and description
305 - change in number, title and hours;  now 205
417 - change in hours
204 - change in number and description; now 304
Revised Programs:
B     Honours - replace Zoology 204 by 205; drop Zoology 301;
replace 305 by 304
Major      - replace Zoology 204 by 205;  305 by 304 6063.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX  'C
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE OFFERINGS
ON CAMPUS - May to July,   1974
Education 333 (3)
Education 400 (3)
Education 405 (3)
Education 439 (1i)
Education 465   (3)
Education 495/496
(2x 1i)
English      311    (1i)
Curriculum and  Instruction for Young
Children
Philosophy of Education
Curriculum and  Instruction in the
Primary Grades
Instructional Television:     Principles
and Application of Non-studio
Techniques
Technical  Problems in Science Education
Still Photography in Education/Motion
Picture Production in Education
Children's  Literature
OFF CAMPUS - May to July,   1974
Education 333 (3)
Education 334 (3)
Education 403   (li)
Curriculum and Instruction for Young
Children (Lower Mainland)
The Role of the Teacher in Home and
Community
Mental  Retardation
(Kamloops)
(Prince George)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Canadian Studies
The following courses in the Faculty of Arts are called to the
attention of those students with a special interest in Canadian Studies,
whether as part of a major programme or as electives.   The courses
listed have been suggested by the Departments concerned as
significantly Canadian in content or approach.   Students desiring to
enrol in any of these courses or get further information about them
should consult the Department Advisors. APPENDIX  'C
FACULTY OF ARTS
6064.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
Canadian Studies   (continued)
Anthropology
301
(3)
304
(3)
401
(3)
300
(6)
331
(3)
332
(3)
440
(3)
335
(3)
Economics
336
(3)
345
(3)
350
(3)
355
di)
360
di)
361
(li)
370
(1i)
371
(li)
378
(3)
395
(3)
455
di)
456
di)
460
di)
461
(1i)
465
di)
466
di)
470
(3)
480
(1i)
495
(3)
English
205
(3)
440
(3)
441
(3)
442
(3)
Indians of British Columbia
Ethnography of the Northwest Coast
Indians of North America
Course and Seminar in Social Organization
Primitive Art
The Analysis of Myth
Applications of Anthropology to Modern Life
Folklore of Canada
Economic History of Canada
Money and Banking
Government Finance
International Economics
Labour Economics and Manpower
Economics of Industrial Relations
Economics of Project and Programme Evaluation
Problems in Natural Resource Use
French Canada
Honours Seminar
International Trade
International Financial Systems
Economics of Labour Markets
Economics of Labour Policies
Market Structure
Business Regulation and Public Policy
Economics of Natural Resources
Transportation
Honours Seminar
Canadian Literature
Canadian Literature
Canadian Prose
Canadian Poetry 6065.
Wednesday, January 16, 1974.
APPENDIX   'C
FACULTY OF ARTS
Canadian !
Studies
(continued)
Fine Arts
365
465
(3)
(3)
Art and Architecture of North America
Seminar in Canadian and American Art
French
333
416
(3)
(3)
French Canada
French-Canadian Literature
Geography
(a)       Ove
r 90% Canadian content:
100
313
327
417
(3)
di)
(3)
di)
(li)
(3)
(1i)
(3)
Introduction to Geography
Regional Hydrology
Historical Geography of Canada
Permafrost and the Arctic and Alpine Environments
450
491
497
499
Urban Analysis
Geography of the Pacific Northwest
Geography of the Canadian Arctic
Geography of Canada
(b)      50% - 90% Canadian content:
200
(li)
201
(1i)
370
di)
470
di)
315
di)
350
di)
360
di)
361
di)
366
(3)
423
di)
424
di)
461
di)
462
di)
464
di)
Human Geography
Locational Analysis
Air Photography Analysis
Aerial Photographs in Geographical Enquiry
Geography of Econsystems
Introduction to Urban Geography
Geography of Manufacturing
Introduction to Regional Analysis
Geography and Natural Resources
Attitudes towards the North American Environment
Problems in Historical and Cultural Geography
Geography and Economic Development
Geography of Water Resources
Spatial Interaction 6066.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
FACULTY OF ARTS
Canadian Studies   (continued)
History
135   (1i-3)   The Making of Canadian History
140   di~3)    British Columbia in Confederation
145   (1i~3)   An Introduction to French Canada
303    (3) History of the Canadian West
307   (3) French Canada in the 17th and 18th centuries
326    (3) British North America,  1763-1867
329   (3) The Social Development of Canada
401    (3) French Canada from the end of the 18th century
to the present
403 (3) French Canada - An interdepartmental seminar
on the history of economics and literature of
French Canada, limited to 20 students in any
department in the Faculty of Arts, selected on
the basis of previous academic performance
404 (3) British Columbia
420   (3) Evolution of the Canadian Constitution
426   (3) Canada after 1867
430   (3) Development of Canadian External Policy since
Confederation
437   (3) The American Impact on Canada
Linguistics
440
(3)
445
(3)
Political Science
200
di)
302
(3)
306
di)
321
(li)
322
(1i)
402
(1i)
404
(1i)
418
di)
470
(3)
Regional Linguistics
Socio-Linguistics
The Government of Canada
Public Administration
Parties and Movements
Quebec Government and Politics
Federalism in Canada
Canadian Parties and Political Processes
Local Government
Selected Problems of Canadian Politics
Public Policy and Its Administration 6067.
Wednesday, January 16,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
FACULTY OF ARTS
Canadian Studies   (continued)
Religious Studies
420   (3) Religion in Canada
Sociology
210   (3) Canadian Social Issues
425   (3) Urban Sociology
453   (3) Work and Leisure

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