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 Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4021
The fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the Session 1968-69 was held on Wednesday,
December 4, 1968 at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present: Dr. F. K. Hare (Chairman), Dean W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C. S.
Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Mr. C. B. Bourne, Mr. F. K. Bowers, Mr. D. M.
Brousson, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman,
Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dean G. F. Curtis, Mr. W. Ferguson,
Dr. W. D. Finn, Mr. D. A. Freeman, Dr. S. M. Friedman, Dean W. H. Gage,
Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C. Gibson, The Hon. Howard C. Green,
Dr. N. A. Hall, Mr. W. L. Holland, Dr. H. L. Keenleyside, Dr. D. T.
Kenny, Dr. P. Larkin, Rev. E. C. LeBel, Mr. S. Lefeaux, Dean S. Wah Leung,
Mr. K. M. Lysyk, Dean Helen McCrae, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dr. J. R. Mcintosh,
Mrs. H. J. MacKay, Mr. I. S. McNairn, Mr. D. F. Manders, Mr. John R.
Meredith, Dr. Finlay A. Morrison, Dr. D. B. Moyls, Mr. D. Munton,
Dr. J. M. Norris, Dr. H. P. Oberlander, Dean V. J. Okulitch, Dr. G. J.
Parfitt, Dr. A. J. Renney, Dean B. E. Riedel, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. G.
Rosenbluth, Mr. Stuart Rush, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw, Acting Dean
C. E. Smith, Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Dr. R. W. Stewart,
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Rev. W. S. Taylor, Dr. G. H. N. Towers, Mr. Mark
Waldman, Mrs. B. E. Wales, Dr. H. V. Warren, Dr. Wm. A. Webber,
Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Acting Dean J. H. Young,
Dr. S. H. Zbarsky.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers, Mr. K. Buttedahl,
Mr. J. F. Stott.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor J. M. Buchanan, Dr. M. Bloom, Dean I. McTaggart-Cowan,
Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. W. S. Hoar, Mr. V. J. Housez, Dean J. F. McCreary,
Mr. Justice J. MacDonald and Mr. D. F. Miller.
The Chairman called the meeting to order and stated that the
Information Officer had asked permission to record the proceedings of
Senate.  Furthermore permission was requested by the Secretary to seat
39 people in the gallery for this meeting, rather than the usual 30.
Senate agreed to these requests. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4022
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Gage ) That the Minutes oh the third
Dean okulitch ) regular meeting oh the Senate
hor the Session 196%-69, held
on October 30, 196%, having
been circulated, be taken as
lead and adopted, with the
hollowing Amendment:
Page 400%:    Insert as a penultimate
paragraph:
"Attention was drawn to the ijac-t
that no mention was made oh the
needs oh the Geology department.
It was reported that this was the
only university in British Columbia
training prohessional geologists;
that we could not even now supply
the demand, and that in. the success-
hul funding oh the new mines, British
Columbia was dependent hoi maintaining
hrom 20 to 25 cents oh every dollar
earned in British Columbia.    It was
noted that Moscow University's
showpiece building housed the three
departments they considered most
essential, namely Mathematics, Geology,
and Geography."
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
"Petition to the Senate of the University of British Columbia in
support of a new Earth Sciences Building
"We, the undersigned students of Geology, graduates and undergraduates,
are deeply concerned about the deplorable state of accommodation in the
Department of Geology at present, and the absence of any provision for
new facilities in the near future. In excluding Geology from the four
new building projects under consideration, the Senate Committee on
Academic Building Needs apparently has failed to recognize the critical
need for a new Earth Sciences Building. Existing teaching space is
severely congested; research equipment, laboratories and offices are
dispersed among eleven structurally-inadequate buildings and huts; storage
space is virtually non-existent; and technical shops are chaotically overcrowded. We urge the Senate Committee to give top priority to construction
of an Earth Sciences Building.  Canada's largest Department of Geology
should not be housed in army huts." Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4023
Business arising from the Minutes
"Petition to the Senate of the University of British Columbia in
support of a new Earth Sciences Building (Continued)
The Petition was presented by a student senator, who reported that
the Petition bore 811 signatures.
Following discussion, it was agreed that the petition be referred
to the Academic Building Needs Committee.
Report on Status of Consideration of the Student Brief
The Chairman of the Committee to examine the Student Brief stated
that the Senate would recall that the conversations between the two
committees had been broken off, but the Student Council had reconsidered
its position and decided to continue meeting with the Senate committee.
The discussions involved an interpretation of the terms of reference.
It was reported that matters were now on a fairly flexible basis. The
two committees had met on the evening of December 3, 1968, at which time
it had been decided to set up a number of small "task forces", as follows:
"1. Academic and administrative appointments:
Mr. Tobin S. Robbins; Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw (part-time)
2. Faculty Council and student discipline:
Dr. C. S. Belshaw and Mr. David Zirahelt
3. Student aid, scholarships and loans - financing student education:
Mr. Dave Robertson
4. Housing for graduate and undergraduate students and physical
planning and building for the University:
Mr. Fraser D. Hodge and Dr. Wm. Webber Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4024
Business arising from the Minutes
Report on Status of Consideration of the Student Brief (Continued)
5. Students on governing bodies in the University:
Mr. Bud Abbott; Mr. D. M. Brousson; Mr. D. F. Miller;
Mr. M. Waldman.
6. (a) Evaluation
(b) Academic programme
(c) Curriculum
(d) Relationship between teaching and research in the
University:
Mr. Michael H. Bjornson; Dr. J. D. Chapman, Mr. Frank W. Gregory;
Mr. Les Horswill; Mr. M. Keith Moore"
These two committees expect to meet again on December 17, 1968, and
are also planning to meet once a week in the coming term. Before
discussions were temporarily broken off some measure of agreement had
been reached on discussing the problem of student discipline.
Mr. David Zirnhelt was invited to speak. He stated that the students
were pleased that discussions were now going on and would continue after
the beginning of January, 1969.
Page 4017 of the Minutes of October 30. 1968 - Appointment of a
Presidential Advisory Committee on Internal and External aspects
of University Government
The Chairman reported that the immediate task of this committee
would be to prepare a submission to the Perry Committee. He further
reported that an omission from the current agenda was the statement
prepared by the Committee of Deans that had already been forwarded to
Dr. Perry. A brief summary of the report was given.
Dr. Hall, Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on
Internal and External aspects of University Government, stated that a
report of the Committee would be available soon. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4025
Page 4017 of the Minutes of October 30. 1968 - Appointment of a
Presidential Advisory Committee on Internal and External aspects
of University Government (Continued)
Dr. Rosenbluth ) That the reports rehtned to above
Dr. McDowell     ) be circulated to the Senate and
placed on the agenda oh the next
meeting oh Senate.
Carried
From the Board of Governors
(i) The Board resolved that the report on University Facilities for
the Marine Sciences on the Pacific Coast of Canada be referred
to Deputy President W. M. Armstrong for review in terms of short
and long-range fiscal implications, for both operating and capital
aspects of this programme; and that the President be authorized to
release $2,000.00 from Operating Revenues to finance the work of
the Committee during 1968-69 if required.
(ii) The Board gave authorization to the President to establish a Clients'
Committee for the under-noted building facilities, the Clients'
Committee to be instructed to proceed with the preparation of
facilities lists for presentation to the Board:
Buchanan Extension
Multi-purpose Science Building - Stage I
Undergraduate Library Addition - Stage I
Faculty of Law Building
The Chairman agreed that the membership of the Clients'
Committees be expanded to provide for student members.
(iii) Notification of approval of Senate recommendations:
(a) Second Year Dental Hygiene Programme as recommended by the
Faculty of Dentistry.
(b) Increase from 2 to 3 units for Pharmacy 110 as recommended
by the Faculty of Pharmacy.
(c) Commencing 1969-70 the First Year class in Law be limited to
such a number that will result in a total enrolment in all
three years which will not exceed 700, exclusive of graduate
students, as recommended by the Faculty of Law, subject to
periodic review. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4026
From the Board of Governors (Continued)
(d) That the Department of Continuing Medical Education be changed
to a Division of Continuing Medical Education in the Faculty
of Medicine, as recommended by the Faculty of Medicine.
Report by the President
The Chairman asked for and received Senate's approval to include in
this and future agendas an item "Report by the President".
Dr. Hare then reported on the recent newspaper headlines and
television radio coverage concerning universities in British Columbia.
He stated that this was not a calculated opening of a campaign, but the
embarrassing consequence of a Law Faculty meeting at which he had spoken.
Dr. Hare therefore decided it would be wise to follow this up with a
press conference. He quoted from U.B.C. Reports of December 5, 1968,
covering his press conference and also made reference to arguments in
this publication concerning restrictions on enrolment and the allocation
of capital funds.
Dr. Hare then spoke concerning public reaction to the press release
which had been entirely hostile. He said that the question being asked
by the business community and the public at large is:  "Why should we
build more university space when (1) the students in the university don't
seem to be grateful and (2) the staff does not seem to be able to keep
the students under control?"
Senate was assured that the criticism of the universities was being
made by responsible and influential citizens, including members of the
Alumni Association. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4027
Report by the President    (Continued)
It was agreed that the universities'  case must be presented
forcefully to overcome the public's lack of understanding of the
universities'  problems.
Mr. Munton ) That the Senate oh the University
Dr. Belshaw) oh British Columbia strongly endorses
and supports the recent statements
oh the President regarding the
existence oh an education crisis
at British Columbia universities
stemming hK(m increasing enrolments
and insuhhidwit hi^ncial resources,
and reahhiims the necessity and
urgency oh inhorming the general
public oh the Province as to the
nature and seriousness oh this
crisis.
Carried
In answer to a query, the Chairman reported that public criticism
of the University, as revealed in his mail, was not related to the
question of limitation of enrolment, but rather to an impression that the
University was unable "to manage its affairs".
It was suggested that any public relations campaign mounted by the
University should stress the requirements of all British Columbia's
universities, rather than just those of The University of British
Columbia.
Committee on Prizes. Scholarships and Bursaries
A summary of new awards and changes in awards shown in Appendix A
had been circulated.
Dean Gage  )      That the new awards and changes
Mr. Meredith )      in awards be accepted, subject
to the approval oh the Board oh
Governors, and that letters oh
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4028
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
(a) Proposal to institute an M.Sc. degree in the field of
Human Nutrition offered by the School of Home Economics
The Chairman reported that the subject matter of the proposed
programme clearly fell in the field of science. The proposal
provided for an interdisciplinary committee of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies with representatives from the Faculties of
Agricultural Sciences, Medicine and Science to supervise the
programme in its early stages.
Mr. Bourne )        That Senate approve the proposal
Dr. Moyls )       oh the Faculty oh Graduate Studies
to institute an M.Sc. degree in
the h<-ild oh Human Nutrition to be
ohhmd by the School oh Home
Economics.
Carried
(b) Proposal to institute a Ph.D. programme in Slavonic Literature
The Chairman reported that assurances had been given that the
existing members of the Department were able to undertake this
new programme. It was planned to extend Ph.D. work to other areas,
especially Linguistics, as soon as one or two senior scholars
could be added to the Department.
Dr. Norris ) That Senate appiove the proposal
Mr. Bourne ) oh the Faculty oh Graduate Studies
to institute a Ph.V. programme in
Slavonic Literature.
Carried Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4029
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
The Chairman reported that the Committee had considered the
courses Anthropology 545 and Sociology 545 referred to it by Senate.
Dr. Hall   )
Dr. Chapman )
That Senate approve the new
courses proposed by thz Faculty
oh Graduate Studies - Anthropology 545
and Sociology 545.
Carried
Nominating Committee
(a) Membership of Continuing Education Committee
The following list of members was recommended to Senate:
Dean W. M. Armstrong
Dr. Cyril Belshaw
Mr. R. M. Bibbs
Professor S. Black
Mr. D. M. Brousson
Mr. F. J. Cairnie
Mr. J. E. Currie
Dr. G. W. Marquis
Dean J. F. McCreary
Dean V. J. Okulitch
Mr. G. R. Selman
Dr. R. F. Sharp
Dr. J. H. G. Smith
Dr. R. W. Stewart
Dr. C Verner
Dean P. H. White
Dr. D. H. Williams
Dr. J. H. Young
Chancellor  )
President   )  ex officio
Registrar
)
It was agreed that the nominations be accepted with the
addition of further members, to be decided by the President and the
Chairman of the Nominating Committee. Among the additional members
should be four students - possibly including the President of the
Alma Mater Society and students in Continuing Education.  It was
also suggested that some women be included. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4030
Reports of Committees of Senate
(b) Other Committees of Senate
It was reported that the Senate Nominating Committee recommends
to Senate that student senators be nominated for membership on the
committees as indicated:
Nominating Committee
(b)  Other Committees of Senate
Admissions
Agenda
Curriculum
Long-Range Objectives
Liaison on Planning
Permanent Buildings
Library
New Programmes
(Continued)
Mr. William A. Ferguson
Mr. Stuart A. Rush
Mr. Mark Waldman
Mr. Don Munton
Mr. Stuart A. Rush
Mr. Don Munton
(Plus two other non-Senate
student members)
Mr. Don Munton
Dr. McDowell) That the Senate approve having
Dr. Kenny     ) student senators as members on
certain Senate Committees, as
indicated, and that Senate also
approve having a student senator
on the Academic Building Needs
Committee.
Carried
It was agreed that Mr. William A. Ferguson be asked to be the
student senator on the Academic Building Needs Committee. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4031
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
(b) Other Committees of Senate (Continued)
It was agreed that an additional student be added to certain
committees, and two additional students to the Admissions Committee.
This was left to the President and the Chairman of the Nominating
Committee.
(c) Membership of Ad hoc Committee on Enrolment Policy
The following list of members was recommended to Senate:
Dr. C S. Belshaw Dr. R. Restrepo
Dean I. McT. Cowan Dr. G. Rosenbluth
Dean W. H. Gage Dr. C E. Smith
Dr. D. T. Kenny Dean P. H. White
Dean V. J. Okulitch Dr. J. H. Young
Chancellor  )
President   ) ex officio
Registrar   )
Mr. Munton  )     That Senate approve the list oh
Dean Armstrong)      committee members, with the
addition oh Mr. Stuart Rush.
Carried
In further discussion it was agreed that the President and
Dean Gage consider additions to the committee from representatives
of professional faculties, the Alumni Association, and two or three
students, possibly the President of the Alma Mater Society and the
President of the Graduate Student Association or their nominees.
Senate expressed its hope that a report of this committee would
be produced as soon as possible in view of the enrolment crisis. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4032
Reports of Committees of Senate
Long-Range Objectives Committee
The Chairman of the Committee spoke to a preliminary report
that had been circulated earlier.
Dr. Belshaw ) That the preliminary report
Dr. Norris   ) oh the Long-Range Objectives
Committee be received.
Carried
Mr. Stuart Rush asked whether a study was being made of present
space utilization - making use of buildings not now used.  Dr. Belshaw
stated that a study was being made of the relationship between the
use of various types of space throughout the campus.
A lengthy discussion followed in which it was suggested that
the committee had been concerned with the existing situation.
The role of the University and the social relevance of its efforts
had not yet been sharply defined, but the committee would be
attempting to formulate a philosophy to guide the University in the
future.
Dr. Hare thanked Dr. Belshaw for the preliminary report and
congratulated him on the work done so far.
It was stated that the committee would appreciate comments,
ideas and briefs from members of Senate by January 1, 1969. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4033
Report of Senate representatives of the Senate Liaison Committee with
the Board of Governors on Planning Permanent Buildings
The report had been circulated earlier.
Dr. Oberlander )     That the report be received.
Dr. J. H. Smith)
Carried
After a lengthy discussion it was agreed that the report be taken
into consideration by both the Long-Range Planning Committee and the
Academic Building Needs Committee.
The three committees were urged to complement one another and not
have unnecessary overlapping or duplication of effort.
Report of the Librarian
The Librarian's Report had been distributed for the October 30, 1968
meeting of Senate and comments on it by the Chairman of the Senate
Library Committee had been circulated.
Mr.Stuart-Stubbs) That the Report oh the Librarian,
Dr. Norris ) together with the letter hl&n the
Chairman oh the Senate Library
Committee, be received.
Carried
Reference was made to Paragraph 4, Page 1 of the letter -
"The University has completely changed its study
habits in the last five years from one depending
primarily upon a text book and lecture notes, to
one requiring more direct student participation
in the use and analysis of sources."
It was emphasized that the nature of our educational system was
changing from a teacher-oriented to a student-oriented one, and therefore Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4034
Report of the Librarian (Continued)
provision should be made for more independent study.  It should be
realized that these changes would affect the library vastly, and
consideration should be given to the new types of facilities that
would be needed.
Proposals from the Faculties
School of Architecture
Dean White )        That the proposal hiom the School
Dr. Norris )        oh Architecture to limit the size
oh the First-year class, subject
to periodic review, be rehened
to the Committee on Enrolment Policy.
Carried
It was agreed that all curriculum proposals be approved,
subject to ratification by the Curriculum Committee. Comments
on these proposals by Senate members were to be made to the
Chairman of the Curriculum Committee by December 20, 1968.
(Appendix B)
Faculty of Applied Science
Dean Armstrong )     That the curriculum and course
Dean Okulitch )     proposals submitted by the Faculty
oh Applied Science be approved,
subject to review by the Curriculum
CommiXXee.     [Appendix B)
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Young     ) That the proposal to ohh^i teian
Mr. Holland ) Studies 335 Extra-sessionally in
Japan in the summer oh 1969 be
approved by Senate,
Carried Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4035
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Arts (Continued)
Dr. Young  )      That the course and curriculum
Mr. Holland )      proposals be reherred to the
Curriculum Committee.    [Appendix  B)
Carried
Dr. Young     ) That the list oh extra-sessional
Dr. Belshaw ) courses to be oj^eAed May/July,
1969 be approved by Senate.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Proposal for a Baccalaureate degree in Accounting
This proposal was referred to the New Programmes Committee.
Faculty of Education
It was agreed to refer the new One-Year Diploma Programmes to
the New Programmes Committee.
It was further agreed to refer the other items:  (i) Changes in
General Regulations (ii) Elementary Division proposals and (iii)
Secondary Division proposals to the Curriculum Committee.  (Appendix B)
Faculty of Forestry
It was agreed to refer the curriculum and course proposals to
the Curriculum Committee.  (Appendix B)
Faculty of Graduate Studies
(1) Proposal to change the title of the Master's degree in
Agriculture from M.S.A. to M.Sc.
Dr. Moyls ) That Senate approve the change
Dr. Renney) in title oh the Master's degree
in Agriculture (jAom M.S.A, to
M.Sc.
Carried Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4036
Proposals from the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (Continued)
(2) An explanation was given of the proposal to permit the offering
of a Master's degree without thesis and of certain changes in
the regulations for Masters' degrees.
The degrees to which this change would apply were given as M.A.
M.Sc, M.A.Sc, M.S.A. M.B.A. and M.F.
Dr. Moyls     ) That the pioposal to permit the
Dr. McDowell)        o^eAing oh a Master's degree without
thesis, excluding the M.A.Sc. and the
M.S.A., and proposed changes in
degree regulations be approved, with
provision hor the new regulations to
apply to students currently enrolled.
Carried
School of Home Economics
It was agreed that the proposal to replace the existing Foods
and Nutrition programme by:
(a) An Honours programme in Nutrition
(b) A Major programme in Nutrition
(c) A Major programme in Dietetics
be referred to the New Programmes Committee.
It was agreed that the course proposals - two new courses
proposed in Nutrition, otherwise minor changes - be referred to the
Curriculum Committee.  (Appendix B) Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4037
Proposals from the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Law
Proposals of the Faculty of Law consisted of (i) a calendar
statement on limitation of enrolment, the principle of which had
been approved earlier by Senate, (ii) a requirement that applicants
take the Princeton Law School Admission Tests, and (iii) course
changes and introduction of new seminars.  (Appendix B)
Dean Curtis )      That the three items proposed by
Mr. Lysyk   )      the Faculty oh Law be accepted
by Senate.
Carried
After discussion, it was suggested that Items (i) and (ii) be
referred to the Admissions Committee of Senate for a report back to
the next meeting of Senate.  The mover and seconder of the Motion
agreed with the suggestion.
Faculty of Medicine
Proposed establishment of a Division of Biophysics within the
Department of Anatomy
It was explained that the change was organizational only and
did not indicate the introduction of a new study programme.
It was clear that the Department of Anatomy had no intention
of monopolizing the study of Biophysics and that the establishment
of the Division would in no manner be prejudicial to the offering
in the future of studies in Biophysics by other departments. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4038
Proposals from the Faculties (Continued)
School of Nursing
It was agreed that the proposals be referred to the Curriculum
Committee.  (Appendix B)
Faculty of Pharmacy
Dean Riedel  )
Dean Okulitch )
That the name oh the Faculty oh
Pharmacy be changed to "The
Faculty oh Pharmaceutical Sciences".
Carried
Dean Riedel  )
Dean Okulitch )
That the designation oh the
degree in Pharmacy be changed jjAom
B.S.P. to B.Sc.(PhaAm.).
Carried
School of Physical Education and Recreation
Dr.  Smith )
Dr. Webber)
That the proposal to ohh^i & degree
oh Bachelor oh Recreation be
reherred to the New Programmes
Committee.
Carried
Dr. Smith )
Dr. Webber)
That the 23 candidates hoi the
B.P.E. degiee be granted the
degree.
Carried
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
It was agreed that the course proposals submitted by the
School of Rehabilitation Medicine be accepted by Senate, subject
to perusal by the Curriculum Committee.  (Appendix B) Wednesday, December 4, 19b8~.
4039
Proposals from the Faculties  (Continued)
Faculty of Science
The proposal for a change in the procedure for determining
degree standing was explained. The proposal was to determine degree
standing on the required courses for the Honours or Major rather
than upon all the courses of the final two years.
Dr. okulitch)   That the proposal  jjAom the
Dr. Copp  )   Faculty oh Science hoi & change
in the procedure hoi determining
degree standing be approved by
Senate.
Carried
A brief explanation of the curriculum and course proposals was
given.  Underlying most of the changes was an attempt to break up
large courses into smaller ones. It was agreed to refer these
curriculum and course changes to the Curriculum Committee.
(See Appendix B)
Other Business
Public Relations
Mr. Rogers of Trail recounted his experience with the public
reaction to the President's recent meeting with the Press. He was
convinced that any public sympathy for the critical situation facing
universities has been submerged by a growing resentment against the
actions of radical students.  He expressed the opinion that any
immediate appeal to the public by the University was doomed to
failure. It was his view that unless the majority of students take
action to restore public confidence in the universities, the
universities will suffer in their relationships with government. Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4040
Other Business    (Continued)
Admissions Policy
Mr. Munton ) That the Senate Admissions Committee
Mr. Waldman) be lequested to review the present
enrolment process, the Committee's
own role in that process, and the
existing enrolment requirements with
respect to students trans htrring (jAom
other post-secondary institutions,
and that this report be presented, ih
at all possible, to the January 1969
meeting oh Senate.
Carried
It was reported that enquiries made with Vancouver City College,
Selkirk College and Capilano College had not revealed difficulties
in the transfer of students from these institutions to the University.
Reform at Laval University
Mr. Brousson presented to the Chairman of Senate a document in
French, outlining proposals for reform at that institution.
The meeting adjourned at 11:30 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday January 8, 1969,
at 8:00 p.m.
A&&>
(VwySecretary
Confirmed Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
4041
APPENDIX 'A'
Summary of New Awards and Changes in Awards
Recommended to Senate
New Awards
Charles Brooks Memorial Bursary
A bursary of $100, given as a memorial to Charles Brooks by his wife, is
offered to students entering the final year of Mineral Engineering. The
award will be made to a student with a sound academic record who needs
financial assistance.
The Ghent Davis Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship in the amount of $750, gift of Mrs. Frances Davis in memory
of her husband Ghent Davis, is offered to an undergraduate or graduate
student in Commerce and Business Administration.  The award will be made
to a student who, though not necessarily among the leaders of his class,
is in the opinion of the Faculty deserving of financial assistance.  At
the discretion of the Faculty the sum may be divided between two students.
Changes in Awards
Health Officers' Prizes
These have been replaced by prizes to be known as:
The G.F. Amyot and S. Stewart Murray Prizes
Two cash prizes of $100 each have been provided by a fund established
and maintained by donations from the Health Officers of British Columbia
to honour these two public health physicians who contributed greatly to
the development of public health services in British Columbia and
assisted in the establishment of the Department of Health Care and
Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine. The prizes will be given to students
who have demonstrated leadership and academic or research ability,
selected by the Department after consultation with the Health Officers'
Council of British Columbia. The S. Stewart Murray prize will be awarded
for meritorious scholarship in the field of public health, preventive
medicine or epidemiology; the G. F. Amyot prize will be awarded for
meritorious scholarship in the field of health care research and
administrative medicine. 4042
Wednesday, December 4, 1968.
Appendix 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes referred
to Senate Curriculum Committee
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
First Year
New Courses
Mathematics 151 (1*5) Linear Algebra
Mathematics 156 (1%) Vector Calculus
Change Mathematics 155 - hours and description changed
Second, Third and Fourth Years
Agricultural Engineering
Second Year  Delete Biology 101
Move Chemistry 253 from third year to second year.
Add Mathematics 251
Third Year
Move Biclogv 101 from second year to third year
Delete Chemistry 253, Plant Science 321, M.E. 372
Change M.E. 365 and M.E. 479 from compulsory to
optional courses.
Add elective courses and options.
Fourth Year  Change Plant Science 344 from compulsory to elective
Revise electives and options.
Chemical Engineering
Changes
New Course
Chemistry
Changes
Che.E. 353)
Che.E. 354)  Hours changed
Chem.  257)
Min. 271
253 Description revised
257 Hours changed
352 Hours changed
Civil Engineering
Changes
467 Description revised
351 )
476 ) Moved from second to first term 4043
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE   (Continued)
Electrical Engineering
New Courses    455 Communication Systems
483 Radiation and Propagation
485 Computer Methods in System Design
490 Topics in Electrical Engineering
Changes        355 Title, content and hours changed
367 Hours changed
453 Title, content and hours changed
463 Hours changed
467 Title, content and hours changed
469 Title, content and hours changed
473 Hours changed
475 Title, content and hours changed
477 Hours changed
481 Hours changed
Fourth Year curriculum changes.
Geological Engineering
Change        401 replaced by:
404 (l*s) Structural Geology
419 (1*5) Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
Mechanical Engineering
Changes        352 Number changed to 252
463 Hours reduced
Metallurgical Engineering
Change        478 Title, content and number changed to:
378  Electron Theory of Solids
Mineral Engineering
New Course     271 Interfacial Properties
Changes        370 Content, hours and description amended
453 Hours increased
455 Title and description changed
Curriculum changes involving options for Second, Third and
Fourth Years. 4044
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE   (Continued)
Engineering Physics
New Courses    353 (l*s) Cryogenics
354 (1*5) Vacuum Physics and Beam Technology
457 (2)  Continuum Mechanics
Deletion       458
Curriculum changes involving Second, Third and Fourth Years.
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Revision of introductory statement in Calendar, change in
application date and statement explaining amended admission
requirements.
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
Anthropology
New Courses
Sociology
New Courses
431 Museum Principles and Methods
450 Formal Structure of Anthropological Theories
250  Introduction to Quantitative and Formal
Theoretical Sociology
260  Introduction to Socio-Cultural and
Socio-Ethnographic Studies
354 Communities
355 Societal Dynamics
356 Social Ecology
357 Evaluative Structures
362 Collective Behaviour
363 History of Social Thought
364 Sociology of Knowledge
366 Principles of Social Organisation
400 Sociological Research
450 Theoretical Problems
451 Problems in Research Design and Analysis
462  Social Change
464 Social Movements
465 Sociology of the Arts 4045
FACULTY OF ARTS   (Continued)
Sociology (Cont
*d)
New Courses
466
467
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
Changes
415
325
420
430
410
315
306
421
405
Deletions
301
406
407
Asian Studies
Sociology of Education
Sociology of Science
Social Ideologies
Formal Interactional Analysis
Social Control
Ethnomethodology
Sociology of Mental Illness
Professions and Occupations
Dynamics of Interpersonal Relations
Number changed to 463
Number and Title changed to
352 Organisations
Number and Title changed to
353 Work and Industry
Number and Title changed to
300 Comparative Sociology
Number and Title changed to
351 Experimental Small Groups
Number and Title changed to
361 Social Stratification
Number and Title changed to
365 Socialisation
Number and Title changed to
461 Political Sociology
Number and Title changed to
468 Issues in Sociological Theory
New Courses
Japanese 301 Classical Japanese
Japanese 440  Supervised Study in the Japanese
Language
Chinese 342  Reading Course in Chinese for
Honours Students
Chinese 440  Supervised Study in the Chinese
Language
Chinese 442  Tutorial in Chinese for Honours
Students
Indie Languages 440  Supervised Study in Indie
Languages FACULTY OF ARTS   (Continued)
Asian Studies (Cont'd)
4046
Changes
101
301
401
413
411
409
419
201
101
300
342
400
407
408
200
442
305
414
Deletions
406
440
449
Classics
New Courses
Lat
Changed to Chinese 100 Basic Chinese
Changed to Chinese 300 Advanced Modern
Chinese
Changed to Chinese 400 Classical Chinese II
Changed to Chinese 410 Twentieth Century
Chinese Authors
Changed to Chinese 411 Premodern Chinese
Fiction and Drama
Changed to Chinese 412 Readings in Classical
Chinese Prose
Changed to Chinese 413 Readings in Classical
Chinese Poetry
Changed to Chinese 200 Intermediate Chinese
Changed to Japanese 100 Basic Japanese
Changed to Japanese 300 Advanced Modern
Japanese
Changed to Japanese 342 Reading Course in
Japanese for Honours Students
Changed to Japanese 400 Readings in Modern
Japanese Prose
Changed to Japanese 401 Readings in
Premodern Japanese Prose
Changed to Japanese 402 Readings in Japanese
Poetry
Changed to Japanese 200 Intermediate Japanese
Changed to Japanese 442 Tutorial in Japanese
for Honours Students
Changed to Sanskrit 305 Introductory Sanskrit
Changed to Sanskrit 414 Intermediate Sanskrit
Latin 205  Intensive Intermediate Latin
Latin 301 Latin Literature of the Classical Period
Changes
Classical Studies 430 Re-titled Athens
Classical Studies 431 Re-titled Rome, and Roman
Britain
Deletion
Latin 210
r 4047
► -
FACULTY OF ARTS   (Continued)
Creative Writing
New Courses    496 Tutorial
497  Tutorial
Change
Economics
New Courses
201
304
305
354
364
454
Deletions
304
404
English
210
351
New Courses
371
498 Tutorial (Description changed)
Political Economy II
Introduction to Empirical Economics
Empirical Problems in Economics
Probability and Economics
Statistical Inference in Economics
Introduction to Econometrics
Change
French
An Introduction to English Honours
History of the English Language
Seventeenth-century Poetry
372 Seventeenth-century Prose
(English 371 and English 372 are to be given
in alternate years.)
441 Canadian Prose
442 Canadian Poetry
442 Number changed to 460
New Courses
100 Beginning French
115 French Practice
301 Honours Seminar, I
417 Twentieth-Century French Poetry
Changes
223  Changed to 202 Studies in French Language
and Style, I
304  Changed to 402 Studies in Franch Language
and Style, III
120 Re-titled Contemporary French:  Language and
Literature
210 Re-titled Second-year French
220 Re-titled An Introduction to French
Literature
302 Re-titled Studies in French Language and
Style, II 4048
FACULTY OF ARTS   (Continued)
French  (Cont'd.)
Changes
(Cont'd.)
400 Re-titled A Survey of French Literature
in Translation
401 Re-titled Honours Seminar, II
411 Re-titled Poetry and Drama of the
Nineteenth Century
412 Re-titled The Nineteenth-Century Novel
413 Re-titled Currents of Thought in
Nineteenth-Century Literature
414 Re-titled The Twentieth-Century Drama
Geography
New Courses
315 Ecosystem Geography
374 Statistics in Geography I
375 Statistics in Geography II
414 Fluvial Geomorphology
German
New Course     123  German Language - accelerated course
Changes        405 Re-titled Prose Works of the Nineteenth
Century
406 Re-titled Studies in the Classical Period
Hispanic and
Italian Studies
New Course     Spanish 304 Modern Spanish Drama
Changes        Spanish 303  Changed to 415
Spanish 404 Re-titled Spanish Drama
Italian 310 Re-titled Italian Literature in
English Translation
History
New Course
100-199 Problems in History
Deletions
100
201
202
204
205
206
212 4049
FACULTY OF ARTS   (Continued)
Philosophy
New Course     474 Russian and Soviet Scientific Thought
Change 414 Description changed
Political Science
New Courses    442 Problems in International Relations:
World Communism
443 Problems in International Relations:
Rich Nations, Poor Nations and
International Stability
(These two courses will also be listed under
International Relations.)
Change        309 Change in unit value
Religious Studies
New Courses    Religious Studies 410 Modern Hinduism
Hebrew 300 Advanced Hebrew (Biblical)
Slavonic Studies
New Course     Russian 180  Intensive Summer Workshop in Russian
Change Russian 210 Change in unit value
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
New Courses    Commerce 110 Probability and Statistics
(This course replaces Mathematics 211 and 212)
Commerce 210 Quantitative Analysis for Business
(This course replaces Mathematics 311 and 312,
and Commerce 311 and 312)
Commerce 310  Simulation Models in Business
Commerce 410 Problem-Solving Methods
Commerce 411  Selected Topics in Quantitative
Methods
(The two courses Commerce 410 and 411 replace
Commerce 495) 4050
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  (Continued)
Change
Commerce 323  Title changed to:
Introduction to Administrative Studies
Deletions
Mathematics 211
212
311
312
Commerce   495
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Revision of calendar statements concerning changes in general
regulations.
Elementary Division
New Course     Education 438 Observation and Recording
Changes
Education 203 Number changed to 303
204
" 304
201
"   " 321
202
" 322
205
" 323
207
" 324
209
" 325
Mathematics 203 - divided into two courses:
Mathematics 370 Mathematics for Elementary
Teachers
Education 371   Methods of Elementary School
Mathematics
Mathematics 303 - divided into two courses:
Mathematics 372 Topics in Mathematics for
Elementary Teachers I
Mathematics 373 Topics in Mathematics for
Elementary Teachers II
Education 417)  Unit vaiue changed from 1*2 to 1*5-3
437)
Second Year Elementary Transfer Programme discontinued 4051
FACULTY OF EDUCATION   (Continued)
Secondary Division
Changes        Education 301 - divided into two courses:
Education 301  Introduction to School Learning
Education 302  Introduction to Educational
Evaluation
Education 435 - Description changed
Education 490 - Title and description changed
The Secondary School Library:
Selection of Materials
Deletion       Education 410
New Concentration in Commerce (Data Processing)
Change in requirements of First Year to allow more flexibility.
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New Course
495
Changes
350
351
372
462
464
471
472
476
477
482
Forest Environmental Management
Hours changed
Unit value, title and description changed
Forest Protection
Unit value increased, description revised
Unit value decreased, hours changed
Unit value decreased, hours changed
Description revised
Description revised
Description revised
Description revised
Revised to incorporate Forestry 483 -
Hydrology of Forest Land Use -
unit value increased to 3
Deletion       483
Additional Non-Forestry Electives:
Mathematics 200
Mathematics 300
Botany 303
Commerce 322
Commerce 465
Changes in Second, Third and Fourth Year Curriculum 4052
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anatomy
New Courses
Anthropology
New Course
Architecture
New Course
Changes
Deletion
Botany
New Courses
Change
505 General Cytological Biophysics
506 Biophysics of Cell Membranes
515 Cultural Evolution and Cultural Ecology
500 Architecture Seminar
503 Title, description and unit value changed:
History of Architectural Theory and
Philosophy
504 Title and description changed:
The Residential Environment
549 Unit value increased to 9.  Title
and description changed:
Research Project for the Master's Degree
500
528 Current Topics in Plant Biochemistry
(1969-70 and alternate years)
529 Chemical Plant Taxonomy
(1969-70 and alternate years)
543 Title and description changed:
Recent Advances in the Biology of Plant Cells
(1969-70 and alternate years)
Civil Engineering
New Courses
Changes
514 Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design II
519 Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures
521 Optimization of Engineering Design
537 Finite Elements
550 Renumbered 529, description changed 4053
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (Cot
itinued)
Civil Engineering  (Cont'd.)
Changes  (Cont'd.)
553 Number changed to 531
554
'  532
555
*  533
556
' 535
557
'  505
558
'  510
559
'  511
560
1 546
561
'  542
562
'  543
563
' 545
564
*  550
566
' 548
567
' 540
568
' 541
569
' 551
570
'  513
571
* 515
572
'  517
579
'  544
580
' 507
581
'  508
582
*  500
583
'  501
585
'  503
588
'  574
589
'  576
590
'  570
591
1  571
592   '
'  572
593
' 580
594
'  578
595
'  585
596
'  590
597
' 591
Deletions      551
552
573
Computer Science
New Courses    501 The
iory of 1
Uitom£
ita
502 Adaptive Systems
503 Formal Languages
531 Topics in the Theory of Automata 4054
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (Continued)
Computer Science  (Cont'd.)
New Courses  (Cont'd.)
532  Topics in Adaptive Systems
534 Topics in Computer Systems
535 Topics in Simulation
537 Topics in Coding and Information Theory
538 Topics in Information Processing
Electrical Engineering
New Course     595 Digital Systems Engineering
Changes        569 Description changed
French
573   Unit value reduced to 1.  Title and
description changed:
Synchronous Machine Dynamics
500)
506)
512)
Changes
501)
507)
513)
502)
508)
514)  -  Change in unit value
503)
509)
515)
504)
510)
516)
505)
511)
520)
Forestry
New Courses
510
Advanced
Forest Entomology
558 Studies in Forest Tree Physiology
567 Forest Sampling Methods
568 Dynamic Programming in Resource Allocation
576 Energy Transfer Mechanisms in Wood and
Related Products
585 Research Methods in Forest Hydrology
591 Studies in Forest Development Planning
Geography
New Course
Geology
New Course
600 Doctoral Research Seminar
546 Directed Studies in Geology 4055
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (Continued)
Geology  (Cont'd)
Changes
505) These two 3-unit courses divided into three
506) 1*5 unit courses:
534 Mechanics of Natural Deformation
544 Rheology and Analysis of Natural
Deformation
554 Structure and Properties of Crystals
and Crystal Aggregates
520 Description revised
523 This 3-unit course divided into two
1% unit courses:
533  X-Ray Mineralogy
543 Advanced Mineralogy
525  This 3-unit courses divided into two
1-unit courses:
555 Advanced Igneous Petrology
565 Advanced Metamorphic Petrology
535 This 3-unit course divided into two
1-unit oourses:
Geophysics
Change
575 Geological Phase Equilibrium
585  Equilibria in Mineral Systems
501 Title and description changed:
Topics in Geophysics and Astronomy
German
Changes
501)
509)
514)
502)
510)
515)
503)
511)
517)     -
Change  in unit value
505)
512)
518)
508)
513)
519)
520)
Home Economics
New Courses
511 Current Topics in Protein and Amino Acid
Nutrition 4056
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (Continued)
Home Economics  (Cont'd)
New Courses (Cont'd)
513
515
517
531
547
549
Current Topics in Lipid Nutrition
Current Topics in Vitamin Nutrition
Current Topics in Mineral Metabolism
Nutrition Seminar
Directed Studies
M.Sc. Thesis
Mathematics
Change
Deletions
Mechanical
Engineering
New Courses
Changes
510 Title changed to Homological Algebra
528) Changed to courses under
529) Computer Science
558 Engineering Applications of Statistical
Distribution Theory
567 Nonlinear Elasticity
587 Engineering Acoustics
563 Title changed to Tribology
565 Title and description changed:
Linear Mechanical Vibrations
586 Unit value increased
Mineral
Engineering
New Course
Change
Pathology
New Course
Changes
572 Nature of Adsorbed Molecules
570 Unit value reduced;  description changed
521 Recent Advances in Bio-pathology -
Chemical Aspects
500
502
506
520
525
Description changed
Description changed
Description changed
Titled and description changed:
Recent Advances in Bio-pathology -
Morphological Aspects
Prerequisites changed to
Pathology 500 or 425 or equivalent 4057
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES   (Continued)
Physical Education
New Course
Changes
568  Seminar in Human Motor Performance
and Learning
563 Title and description changed:
Measurement of Human Motor Proficiency
565 Description changed
570 Title and description changed:
Research in Physical Education
571 Title and description changed:
Physical Education for the Atypical Student
Russian
New Courses
540)
541)
542)
Topics in Russian Literature
543)
544)
FACULTY OF HOME ECONOMICS
New Courses
Changes
Deletion
303 World Problems in Nutrition
409 Principles of Infant Nutrition
340 Replaced by the following two courses:
340 Human Growth and Development I
341 Human Growth and Development II
342 Replaced by the following two courses:
342 The Contemporary Family I
343 The Contemporary Family II
403 Unit value changed
414 FACULTY OF LAW
4058
New Courses
Change
Deletion
331 Three new Seminars added:
Civil Liberties
Family Law Reform
Conflict of Laws
331 Description of one Seminar changed:
Current Problems in Constitutional Law
213  Jurisprudence - Description changed
331 One Seminar dropped:
Government Regulation of Business
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Baccalaureate Programme
Changes
Deletion
Nursing 189  Description changed
Nursing 281  Title and description changed:
Introduction to Statistics and
Research Method
Nursing 382 Title changed:
Maternal and Newborn Infants Nursing
Nursing 454  Title and description changed:
Epidemiology and Health Care
Nursing 463 Description changed
Nursing 489 Description changed
Nursing 389
Choice of options for final year students expanded
Diploma Programmes
(a) Nursing B.  Public Health Nursing
Calendar Statement indicating changes proposed to curriculum
decision would not be available for 1969-70 Calendar.
(b) Nursing E.  Psychiatric Nursing
To be offered in the 1969-70 Calendar.  (Not offered during
the 1968-69 session.)
(c) Course change
Nursing 336 - Description changed. 4059
FACULTY OF PHARMACY
Changes
210
310
410
411
414
415
416
425
450
Deletion
417
Title and description changed:
Pharmaceutics II
Title and description changed:
Pharmaceutics III
Title and description changed:
Biopharmaceutics
Title and description changed:
Applied Pharmaceutics
Title changed:  Problems in
Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
Title and description changed:
Topics in Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
Description changed
Description changed
Description changed
Revision of Calendar Statement with regard to Options.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
Replacement of existing programme for specialization in Physical
Education by a two-option programme, one to allow for a reduction
in science content and the other to allow more concentration in
science or psychology, for those students interested in advanced
studies in physical education.
New Courses
Physical Education 391 Applied Anatomy and
Physiology
Physical Education 468 Human Motor Performance
and Learning
Changes
Physical Education 221)  unit value
227)  increased
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
Changes
201)
202)
Combined to form one course:
201 Medicine and Surgery II 4060
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE   (Continued)
Changes (Cont'd.)
301)
302)
Combined to form one course:
301 Medicine and Surgery III
404 Title changed:  Rehabilitation I
406 Title changed:  Rehabilitation II
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Astronomy
New Course
Change
New Programme
Chemistry
New Courses
Changes
Programme
Changes
449 Directed Research in Astronomy
321  Separation of lectures and laboratories
to give:
321 Astronomical and Astrophysical
Measurements
331 Astronomical Laboratory
Combined Honours Astronomy and Physics
410 Solid State Chemistry
411 Synthesis and Chemistry of Natural Products
413 Bio-Organic Chemistry
414 Coordination Chemistry
416 Physical Organic Chemistry
418 Organometallic Chemistry
419 Chemical Thermodynamics
420 Molecular Spectroscopy
303 Title and description changed
403 Unit value reduced; change in description
407 Unit value reduced; change in description
409 Renumbered as 330
412 Divided into two courses:
401  Quantum Chemistry
404 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Honours and Majors programmes (to incorporate
new courses) 4061
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (Continued)
Computer Science
New Course
Changes
Geology
Change
Geophysics
New Course
(1970-71)
Changes
Programme
Changes
Life Sciences
Biology
New Courses
410  Systems Programming
200 Title and description changed
201)
210) Change in prerequisite
400)
401 Divided into two courses:
404 Structural Geology
419  Stratigraphy and Sedimentation
412  Introduction to Space Plasma Physics
300 Renumbered as 201 with same title but with
revised course content
302 Title and content changed
Major Geophysics
Combined Honours Geophysics and Physics
Combined Honours Geophysics and Geology
Change
Programme
Change
200 Cell Biology I:   Structural Basis
201 Cell Biology II:  Chemical Basis
(Required courses in the second year of
Majors and Honours programmes in Biology,
Botany and Zoology)
315 Protistology
335  Fundamental Genetics (Summer Session only)
340 Title and content changed
Majors and Honours programmes, First and Second
Years - revised to incorporate new courses. 4062
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (Continued)
Life Sciences (Cont'd.)
Botany
New Courses
209 Non-Vascular Plants
210 Vascular Plants
(Required courses in the second year of
both the Majors and Honours programmes
in Botany)
310 Plants and Man
(Proposed in response to a request from the
Faculty of Arts)
Programme    Revised Majors and Honours programmes
Changes
Microbiology
New Course
Zoology
New Courses 203 Comparative Animal Morphology (Half of
1969-70 present course 202)
204 Developmental Biology (Half of present
course 302)
424  Comparative Histology and Histophysiology
New Courses, to be instituted not later than 1970-71
306 Vertebrate Zoology  (Half the present course 202)
305  Invertebrate Zoology
349 Honours Tutorial
416 Applied Microbiology
Changes
1969-70
304  Separation of lectures and laboratories as:
307 Physiology
308 Physiology Laboratory A
416 Title changed
420 Unit value reduced
421 Change in orientation, title and description
422 Renumbered as 323 with change in title and
description;  unit value reduced.
423 Title and description changed
428  Separation of lectures and laboratories as:
428 Comparative Physiology  (New title
and description)
429 Physiology Laboratory B 4063
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (Continued)
Life Sciences (Cont'd.)
Zoology  (Cont'd.)
Deletion
1969-70
412
Programme
Changes
1969-70
Revised Majors and Honours programmes
Mathematics
A complete reorganization of all courses offered by the Department
of Mathematics.
(1) Courses numbered 100 to 140 to start in 1969-70.
(2) The new course Mathematics 400 to be given in 1969-70 and
subsequent years but to be numbered Mathematics 423 until
the fourth year of the new programme comes into effect.
(3) Courses numbered 200 to 222 to start not later than 1970-71.
(4) Courses numbered 300 to 499 to start not later than 1971-72.
Revised requirements for Majors and Honours programmes, and for
combined Honours programme in Mathematics and Physics.
Physics
New Courses
(Honours
programme)
349 Directed Studies
401 Electromagnetic Theory
406 Continuum Mechanics
449 Directed Studies
Changes
(Honours
Programme)
302 Title and description changed;
unit value reduced.
308 Title and description changed
402 Title and description changed;
unit value increased.
408 Description changed; unit value reduced
409  Unit value increased
415  Renumbered as 403
(Majors
programme)
Deletions
302 (Majors section) - renumbered as 312
315 (Majors section) - renumbered as 413
401 Renumbered as 411; title changed
/n/v (Both in the Honours programme) 4064
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Physics  (Cont'd.)
Programme      Revision of Honours programme, and of combined Honours
Changes        programmes in Physics and Mathematics, Physics and
Geophysics, Physics and Chemistry, and Physics and
a subject other than Mathematics, Geophysics or
Chemistry.
Revision of fourth year Majors programme.
New combined Honours programme in Physics and
Astronomy

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