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Array 7885.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
The Fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1982-83 was held on Wednesday, December 15, 1982 at 8:00 p.m. in the
Board and Senate Room.
Present: Vice-President M. Shaw (Chairman), Dr. R. A. Adams, Dean G. S.
Beagrie, Dean D. R. Birch, Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. T. H. Brown,
Rev. P. C. Burns, Dean P. T. Burns, Dr. K. O. L. Burridge, Mr. F. Cabanas, Dr. D. J.
Campbell, Dr. J. J. R. Campbell, Dr. D. J. Connor, Dr. T. S. Cook, Dr. J. Dahlie,
Dr. J. D. Dennison, Mrs. S. Dodson, Dr. A. J. Elder, Mr. D. B. Fields, Dean C. V.
Finnegan, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Mr. K. D. Freeman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. R. F. Gray,
Dr. A. M. Hickling, Mr. P. M. Hoemberg, Miss S. J. Holmes, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside,
Dr. R. W. Kennedy, Dr. A. Kozak, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich, Dr. D. S.
Lirenman, Dr. D. Lupini, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Mr. T. Mah, Mr. M. A. McCann, Dr. A. J.
McClean, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Mr. 1. C. Miller, Miss A. H. Rahme, Ms. S. M. Provost,
Dr. J. F. Richards, Dean B. E. Riedel, Miss R. E. Robinson, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder,
Mr. G. M. Shepard, Dr. J. G. Silver, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dr. R. H. T. Smith, Mr. L. P.
Smyth, Miss L. M. Stenger, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Mr. R. J. Summerbell, Dr. P. R. Tennant,
Miss C. L. V. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Mr. V. G. Wellburn, Dean R. M. Will,
Dr. M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Dr. G. D. Bel I ward, Mr. M. S. Dedels,
Dr. D. Donaldson, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dr. H. E. Hirsch, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Mr. J. Kulich,
Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dr. J. P. Martin, Ms. C. E. McAndrew, Ms. D. N. McDonnell,
Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Dr. W. R. Morford, Mr. T. K. P. Ngai, Dr. R. Stewart, Mr. A.
Varma, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Dr. D. LL. Williams.
Minutes of previous meeting
Dr. Gray )        That the minutes of the Third regular meeting of
Dean Gardner  )        Senate   for   the   Session    1982-83   having   been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7886.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Senate membership
The Chairman welcomed the following two new student senators:
Mr. Francisco Cabanas -   student representative at-large replacing
Mr. C P. Fulker
Miss Ann H. Rahme        - student representative at-large replacing
Mr. S. T.  Henderson
Election of student representative to serve on the Nominating Committee
Senate was informed that Mr. F. Cabanas had been elected by acclamation to
serve on the Senate Nominating Committee as a replacement for Mr. S. T. Henderson.
Business arising from the Minutes
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries (P. 7875)
A query had been raised at the previous meeting concerning the deadline
date of November I for applications for the Patricia Ann MacDonald Memorial
Scholarship. Miss Warren reported that information had been circulated to
potentially eligible candidates prior to the deadline. Several applications were
received and a successful candidate had now been chosen.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the proviso thaf none of the programs be implemented without formal
reference to the President and the formal agreement of the President; and that the
Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked to indicate the space
requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i)      New course and course changes recommended by the Faculty of Arts (P. 7884)
(ii)     New courses recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies (P. 7884)
(iii)    Course change recommended by the Faculty of Dentistry (P. 7884)
(iv) Proposal by the Faculty of Medicine concerning The Belzberg Family Professor
of Medicine (P. 7879)
(v) Recommendation of Senate that the Senate-approved Library loan regulations
be amended so that the sentence "Borrowing privileges may be suspended for
failure to pay replacement bills" be changed to "Borrowing privileges may be
suspended for failure to pay bills for replacement or fines."  (P. 7877-8) 7887.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Miss Warren     )        That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Dr. Burridge.    )        accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
It was noted that in the case of the William Alexander MacKenzie Scholarship, the
award was to be made to a graduate student working on a research project aimed at
preventing pollution by mineral recovery operations. In view of the small number of
graduate students that would be eligible for this award, a suggestion was made that the
donors be requested to consider including undergraduate students in the description of
this award. Miss Warren agreed to look into this matter and report back to Senate at
the next meeting.
The motion was put and carried.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Arts - application deadlines
The committee recommended approval of a proposal by the Faculty of Arts
that the deadline for applicaton for admission to Archival Studies and
Librarianship be changed from April I to March I. It was explained in the
material circulated that the practice of interviewing applicants made the earlier
date necessary.
Dr. Smith ) That   the   proposal    of   the   Faculty   of   Arts
Dean Will  ) concerning   application   deadlines   for   Archival
Studies and Librarianship be approved.
In response to a question, the Registrar confirmed that for the  1983-84
application deadline the date as published in the 1982-83 Calendar would apply.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Forestry - English Composition Test
The committee recommended approval of the following proposed change
concerning the last date for passing the English Composition Test in the Faculty
of Forestry:
That the English Composition Requirement in Forestry be amended by
striking the words 'normally within two years of admission to the Faculty of
Forestry' and adding at the end of the paragraph the sentence:
'The last date for passing the English Composition Test is April of the
calendar year in which the student intends to enter Third Year Forestry.' 7888.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Forestry - English Composition Test (continued)
It was explained in the proposal circulated that the change would eliminate
the administrative difficulty of dealing with students who sit the English
Composition Test during registration week which meant that the results were not
available until they had completed several weeks of their Third Year program. It
was intention that authorization to register in Third Year would not be issued until
the requirement had been met.
Dr. Smith     ) That  the proposed change concerning the  last
Dr. Kozak     ) date for passing the English Composition Test in
the Faculty of Forestry be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration - change in Pre-Commerce
Option Requirements
The following proposal to change the option requirements of Pre-Commerce
had been circulated (changes are underlined):
Students who apply to enter the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration must have completed 15 units, including English 100, and 3
units chosen from Mathematics 100 and 101, 111. or 140 and 141. Credit
will not be granted for Mathematics 105, 203, or 204. Students should note
the English Composition requirements of the Faculty. Electives may not be
taken from courses in Commerce and Business Administration.
Students who completed Mathematics 130 may be admitted but will be
required to take Mathematics 140, 141 in first year Commerce in lieu of 3
units of electives^
It was explained in the proposal that the Department of Mathematics had
approved for consideration by Senate two new courses (Mathematics 140 and 141)
intended for first year students planning to take programs in Economics and
Commerce. The proposed changes included Mathematics 140 and 141 for Pre-
Commerce credit and deletion of Mathematics 130 from courses allowed to satisfy
Pre-Commerce Mathematics requirements.
The committee recommended approval of the proposal, subject to the
following:
- approval by Senate of Mathematics 140 and 141
- the wording "credit will not be granted for Mathematics 105, 203 or 204"
in the second sentance being replaced by: 7889.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration - change in Pre-Commerce
Option Requirements (continued)
"Mathematics 105, 203 and 204 are not acceptable for inclusion in the
15 units on which admission to this program is based."
Dr. Smith   )
Mr. Fields )
That the proposal of the Faculty of Commerce
and Business Administration be approved subject
to the provisos noted.
In reply to a query Dr. Adams stated that there was no reason why
Mathematics 120 and 121 should not appear in the list of Mathematics courses.
It was agreed that the proposal be referred back to the Senate Admissions
Committee for clarification.
Curriculum Committee (See Appendix B')
Dr. Richards presented the report.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences - Co-operative Education Program
The committee recommended approval of a proposal to establish a
Co-operative Education Program for students in the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences.
Dr. Richards     )       That the proposal of the Faculty of Agricultural
Dr. Lavkulich   )        Sciences   to   offer   a   Co-operative   Education
Program be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts - new courses, course and program changes
The committee recommended approval of new courses, course and program
changes, subject to the following:
the description of Fine Arts 261   should be modified to read:
themes and trends in New World art."
"General
Major in General Studies - Second note 2, replace third sentence with the
following: "Students with some previous piano experience may be excused
from all or part of the piano requirement by showing satisfactory
proficiency in all of the second-year secondary piano requirements, including
technique, repertoire, keyboard harmony, score reading, sight reading, and
transposition."
Note 4 - change to read: "Students wishing to continue to a career in
elementary education will be permitted to count a maximum of 6 units of
approved courses in the Faculty of Education (excluding Music Education) in
place of Arts electives." 7890.
Wednesday, December  15,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Arts - new courses, course and program changes (continued)
- Note  6  -   "Harpsichord  Concentrators"   should  be  changed  to "Students
concentrating in harpsichord. . .".
Major in Secondary Music Education - the second sentence of this note
should be changed to read the same as the amended note 2 under Major in
General Studies.
Slavonic Studies 106 - delete the following words from the description:
"Audio-visual material will be used."
It was noted that proposals from the Department of Geography were also
contained in proposals from the Faculty of Science which would be submitted to
the January meeting of Senate and therefore action was not being recommended
at this time.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposals of the Faculty of Arts be
Dean Will       ) approved.
Carried
Faculty   of   Education   -   departmentalization   of   undergraduate  and  graduate
courses, new courses, course and program changes
The committee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of
Education. It was noted that Special Education 317 should be added to the courses
listed under Special Education Concentration and that Special Education 441 and
Industrial Education 459 (previously Education 441 and 459, respectively) should be
added to the departmentalization list.
Dr. Richards) That the proposals of the Faculty of Education
Dr. Cook       ) be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies - new courses and course changes and Ph.D. Program
in Speech Sciences and Audiology
The committee recommended approval of proposed new courses and course
changes and a Ph.D. Program in Speech Sciences and Audiology subject to the
following:
- include new course AUDI 649 Ph.D. Thesis
- under Admission change items A and B to read: 7891,
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies - new courses and course changes and Ph.D. Program
in Speech Sciences and Audiology (continued)
A. A first-class average based on 9 units of relevant graduate and senior
undergraduate courses, of which at least 5 units must be at the 500
level and at least 5 units must be of first-class standing.
B. A Master's Thesis of high quality which gives clear evidence of superior
research ability.
-    under Prerequisites delete item C and change item B to read:
B. Candidates will be expected to have taken at least CPSC 114 and 116
(or the equivalent).
under  Progress Reviews and Comprehensive Examinations change second
paragraph to read:
"Student attainment of research competence and knowledge of
Audiology and Speech Sciences will be assessed through completed
coursework and by two comprehensive examinations covering (a) major,
and (b) minor areas of study."
Dr. Richards  ) That the proposals of the Faculty of Graduate
Dean Larkin   ) Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Law - course change
The committee recommended approval of the proposed change in description
of Law 356 subject to the deletion of the last sentence and the addition of the
following statement to the descriptions of Law 358, 359, 361 and 362:
"Recommended:  Law 356 Natural Resources".
Dr. Richards ) That   the  proposal   of   the  Faculty  of  Law  be
Dean Burns    ) approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
The Nominating Committee nominated the following persons to fill vacancies on
Senate Committees: 7892.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Admissions
Mr. P. M. Hoemberg
Miss A. H. Rahme
replacing Mr. Fulker
replacing Mr. Henderson
Appeals on Academic Standing
Mr. F. Cabanas -      replacing Mr. Gill
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
Mr. L. P. Smyth
University Library
Mr. L. P. Smyth
Dr. Richards )
Dr. Scudder   )
Motion by Dr. Wisenthal
Dr. Wisenthal  )
Miss Warren     )
replacing Mr. Gill
replacing Mr. Fulker
That  the  recommendations  of  the Nominating
Committee be approved.
Carried
That Senate establish an ad hoc committee to
prepare recommendations to the Ministry of
Universities, Science and Communications
concerning revisions to the University Act.
In speaking to the motion Dr. Wisenthal explained that during the summer the
Minister of Universities, Science and Communications invited the public to make
suggestions as to possible revisions to the University Act. The Minister stated that the
Government would be opening the Act for revisions in the New Year. Dr. Wisenthal felt
that it was important that whatever groups or individuals in the University may be
doing, Senate should respond to the Minister's request for suggestions about the
University Act. Revisions to the Act could have a direct effect on the composition and
powers of Senate.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Report on Enrolment 1982-83
The report on enrolment for 1982-83 had been circulated for information. The
total day-time enrolment as at December I, 1982 was 24,671. 7893.
Wednesday,   December   15,   1982.
Other business
Financial Statement
A question was raised concerning the Financial Statement of the University for
the year ending March 31, 1982 which was circulated at the September meeting of
Senate. Reference was made to the letter from the Auditor General and to note 9 in
the report in which attention was drawn to the fact that the University's operating
funds accounts receivable included an amount of $1.27 million owing from the UJ3.C.
Health Sciences Centre Hospital Society, lt was felt that in view of the assurances
given by the President to the University and the community that the expansion of the
medical school and the addition of the major hospital on campus would be at no
expense to the budget programs of the other Faculties in different parts of the
University, Senate should be informed as to the status of this account receivable.
The Chairman stated that the President would be asked to report on this matter
at the next meeting of Senate.
Report of the Tributes Committee  (in camera)
Memorial Minute
The following memorial statement had been prepared in accordance with the
custom of Senate in recognition by the University and the Senate of the late
Allan Morton McGavin.
IN MEMORIAM
ALLAN MORTON McGAVIN
Chancellor emeritus Allan McGavin died on December 8, 1982 at the age of 71 and his
passing is a great loss to the community and the University.
Allan McGavin was born in Darvel, Scotland in 1911 and came to Canada with his
family in 1913, settling in Edmonton, where the McGavin bakery firm was founded.
He was educated in Alberta, in Upper Canada College in Toronto, at San Diego Army
and Navy Academy and at Ontario Agricultural College.
He joined the Canadian army artillery in 1939 at the outbreak of the war, and served
actively in the Reserve from that time until 1952 when he retired as Lieutenant
Colonel commanding the 43rd Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment in Vancouver.
Allan McGavin grew up in the bakery business, was familiar with every phase of it and
became President of the family company in 1946. He was also a Director of many
companies, including the Bank of Nova Scotia, Trans Mountain Pipeline, British
Columbia Forest Products Limited, and Hudson's Bay Company.
Allan McGavin had an outstanding record of community service. He was well known
for his strong support of amateur athletics, acting as Vice-President of the Canadian
Olympic Association, Chairman of the Pan-American Games Committee for Canada
and as an organizer of the British Empire Games of 1954.   He was a member of the 7894.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Memorial Minute (continued)
National Fitness Council of Canada, Chairman of the 1963 United Appeal and of the
Vancouver Centennial Committee and a director for many other public spirited
enterprises.
Members of Senate and the University community at large are particularly aware of
the major contribution of Allan McGavin as a member of the Board of Governors from
1966 to 1969, as Chancellor from 1969 to 1972, and as Chairman of the Board of
Governors from 1972 to 1974. He also played a major role from 1964 onward, as
co-chairman of the Three Universities Capital Fund. In the last two years he had
been active in raising funds for a chair of geriatrics in the Faculty of Medicine.
When Allan McGavin was awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) his
citation read in part "No man has done more for the University, its Faculty and its
students, its integrity and its reputation." These words are now a fitting memorial
for a great man and a great friend of the University.
To his wife Beatrice, sons Gerald and Brian and their families, the University
community expresses its deepest sympathy.
Dean Larkin    ) That the memorial statement for Allan Morton
Dean Webber  ) McGavin be spread on the minutes of Senate and
that   a   copy   be  sent  to  the  relatives  of  the
deceased.
Carried
Hood for the B.Sc. Forestry Degree
Dean Larkin reported that the committee recommended that the colours for the
hood be brown with a blue cord.
Dean Larkin       )      That   the  colours   for   the  hood  for  the  B.Sc.
Dean Gardner     )      Forestry degree be brown with a blue cord.
Carried
Emeritus status
Dean Larkin reported that the committee recommended that Dr. J. H. Quastel
be granted the status of Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry.
Dean Larkin    ) That    the    recommendation    of    the    Tributes
Dean Webber  ) Committee be approved.
Carried
Honorary Degrees
The committee recommended that  invitations be extended to the following
persons to receive honorary degrees at the 1983 Congregation: 7895.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
Report of the Tributes Committee
Honorary Degrees (continued)
Douglas T. Kenny
President, The University of British Columbia
Annie M. Angus
Public Servant with significant contributions to U.B.C, Vancouver and
Canada
Robertson Davies
Distinguished International and Canadian author and Master of Massey
College, Toronto
George Manuel
Leader among Native Indians and indigenous peoples
Malcolm F. McGregor
Internationally   renowned   in   the   field   of   epigraphy   and   Professor
Emeritus of Classics, U.B.C.
Mstislav Rostropovich
Internationally renowned Cellist, Pianist and Conductor
John B. Warran
Distinguished scientist and one of the principal architects of TRIUMF
Dean Larkin     ) That    the    recommendations   of   the   Tributes
Dr. Dennison   ) Committee   concerning   Honorary   Degrees   be
approved.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m.
The   next   regular   meeting   of   Senate   will   be   held   on   Wednesday,
January 19, 1983.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 7896.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate
Frank de Bruyn Memorial Debating Prizes - Four prizes totalling $150 will be awarded
to top candidates in the annual English 100 Debating Competition. Each of the two
winners will receive a $50 prize and each of the runners-up will receive a $25 prize.
The prizes were established as a memorial to their son, Frank de Bruyn, by his parents
and members of the English Department. The awards will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of English. (This award will be made available in
the 1983/84 Winter Session.)
Jacqueline Dearman Memorial Prize - A book prize to be chosen by the recipient in
consultation with the selection committee, has been made available by family and
friends in memory of Jacqueline Dearman, LL.B. 1979 who died as a result of a car
accident in 1981. Jackie was involved in the family law clinic in the Faculty of Law
and was engaged in a family practice with the firm of Gatley and Associates in
Surrey. The award, in the amount of approximately $75, will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty to a student who demonstrates an interest in and a
commitment to the area of family law. (This award will be made available in the
1982/83 Winter Session.)
Pauline Rimmer Memorial Bursary - A bursary in the amount of approximately $200
has been made available in memory of Pauline Rimmer (B.A. 1979) by her family,
friends, and colleagues in U.B.C.'s Orthodontics Department where she worked.
Pauline, who tragically lost her life in July 1982, had many fine personal qualities.
She loved life and had a wonderful sense of humour. The award will be made to a
single mother with preference to a student in the Faculty of Dentistry. (This award
will be made available in the 1982/83 Winter Session.)
Marie Elizabeth Adolphe William Pal Jones Bursaries - One or more bursaries to a
total of approximately $750 have been made available by the late Adolphe William
Pal Jones. The bursaries will be used to assist promising and deserving students in the
Department of Music (This award will be made available in the 1983/84 Winter
Session.) 7897.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Co-operative Education Program
Eligibility, Selection and Enrolment
Admission to the Co-op program normally will be restricted to students
completing or holding educational qualifications sufficient to permit enrolment
in the second year of the B.Sc (Agr.) and to students completing the academic
requirements of the second year of the B.Sc. (Agr.) but in their first year of
enrolment in the Faculty and for whom it is likely that three work terms could
be completed before graduation.
Selection of students will be based on academic performance, and general
suitability to the work environment as determined by resume and interview.
The total enrolment will be subject to the availability of appropriate work
placements and is anticipated to grow to about 75 students.
Administrative Structure
The proposed program will be administered jointly by the Office of
Co-operative Education and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, an
arrangement similar to that for existing programs in other Faculties. The
Office of Co-operative Education would be primarily responsible for developing
work placements, and co-ordinating application and selection procedures.
Academic aspects of the program would be the responsibility of the Faculty.
Included would be the provision of co-op advisors, whose activities would
include field supervision and evaluation of technical reports submitted by
students.
Calendar Statement
Co-operative Education Program: Agricultural Sciences
Co-operative Education integrates study during the academic year
(September I - April 30) with supervised related work in co-operating employer
organizations during the summer (May I - August 31).
An optional Co-operative Education Program is available for students in
Agricultural Sciences. The program is intended to help prepare interested and
qualified students for careers in the agriculture and food sector through three
consecutive summer work placements that are supervised by practising
professionals. Faculty advisors also visit students at their placeN of work and
provide advice on technical reports required of all students on the program.
Applicants to the program must be qualified or completing qualifications for
admission to the second or higher years of the B.Sc. (Agr.) program. Selection
of students will be based on academic performance and general suitability to
the work environment as determined by resume and interview. The total
enrolment will be subject to the availability of appropriate work palcements.
The work placements last a minimum of 3fe months and are arranged by mutual
agreement between students and employer organizations. Participating
students register for AGSC 199, 299 or 399 as appropriate. 7898.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Co-operative Education Program
Calendar Statement (continued)
To graduate in the Co-operative Education Program students must complete
three work terms in addition to the normal academic requirements. Students
who complete less that three courses will have each satisfactorily completed
course noted on their academic record.
Detailed information on the program can be obtained from the Office of the
Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences or from the Office of Co-operative
Education, Room 213 in Brock Hall.
New courses AGSC      199 (0)   Work Placement I
299 (0)   Work PlacemenTll
399 (0)   Work Placement HI
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
New course SOCI   240 (lfe/3)d   Introduction to Social Interaction
English
New course ENGL 208 (3)    Introduction to American Literature
Fine Arts
Change in Departmental Introduction:
The Department of Fine Arts offers two courses of study with one common
goal: the development of critical approaches to visual art. This may be pursued
for purposes of general education or for professional activity in the fields of
art, and the available programs reflect both the areas of focus and the depth of
concern. In art history, the Department offers the degrees of B.A. (Major and
Honours), M.A., and Ph.D. A Diploma in Art History is available for students
who have a first degree in another discipline and who wish a foundation in art
history for their own purposes. In studio art, the B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees are
offered. Depending upon the purposes of the student and the nature of the
program, however, the student can give some attention to both art history and
studio art. Brochures which introduce art history and studio goals, program, and
courses are available from the Department.
Change in Program Description:
Major - Third and Fourth Years
The 15 units of the Major require 9 units selected from courses numbered 300 or
above in one of the following three areas:
(a) Western art and architecture
(b) Indigenous art of the Americas, or
(c) Asian art. 7899.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Fine Arts
Change in Program Description  (continued)
See the departmental art-history brochure and consult with an advisor for
courses in these areas.
The 6 additional units must include at least 3 units in Indigenous art of the
Americas or Asian art courses for students in Western art, or 3 units in Western
art for students in Indigenous art of the Americas or Asian art (all at the
300- level or above). Students, especially those who are contemplating graduate
work, should include at least 3 units of fourth-year seminar courses in the
minimum requirements for the Major. Fine Arts 375 (Bibliography) is strongly
recommended, but it may not count towards the minimum requirements for the
Major. No more than 3 units of cross-listed courses offered by other
departments, excepting Fine Arts 329, may be counted towards the minimum
requirements for the Major.
Honours - Third and Fourth Years
Same requirements as for the Major, with the exceptions that Fine Arts 375 and
the Honours essay (Fine Arts 499) are required in addition, and that a total of
36 units must be faken in the third and fourth years.
A reading knowledge of at least one language other than English, appropriate to
the field of study, is strongly recommended.
Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts - Third Year
At least 18 units in courses in the Faculty of Arts numbered 300 and above,
including Fine Arts 381 (9 units) and Fine Arts 339 or 340 (3 units each).
Requirements for the Diploma in Art History
Delete reference to Fine Arts 477 in the present description.
New courses
FINA
100 (3)
225 (Ife)
226 (Ife)
251 (Ife)
340 (3)
352 (3)
354 (3)
365 (3)
Monuments of World Art
Art in Western Europe,~800-1800
Modern Western ATt
Aspects of Asian "Art
Directions in Twentieth-Century Art
History of Chinese Painting
Japanese Painting Traditions
Dynastic Arts of the Classic Maya
Deletions
FINA   253,271,395,477
Changes      FINA   261  - change in title, description and units
348 - change in title, description and number (previously 367)
343 -      " "     " " "        "      (previously 365)
356 - change in description and number (previously 251)
331,  333,335,  337,  339,  347,  351,  353,  363 - change
in title and description
361, 355 -  change in description
375 -  change in number (previously 475) 7900.
Wednesday,  December   15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Fine Arts  (continued)
Changes in Lists A and B:
List A
Fine Arts 100(3), 125(3), 181 (3), 225 (Ife), 226 (Ife), 251 (Ife), 261 (Ife)
ListB
Fine Arts 281-290 (Ife each)
The changes proposed above necessitate changes in the entries on Archaeology,
Canadian Studies, Medieval Studies, and Museum Studies, as follows:
Courses which are ancillary to Archaeology
Fine Arts 251: Aspects of Asian Art
Fine Arts 261: Indigenous Arts of the Americas
Fine Arts 331: The Formation of Christian Art
Fine Arts 333: Architecture of the High Middle Ages
Fine Arts 351: History of Early Chinese Art
Fine Arts 353: Buddhist Art of Japan
Fine Arts 355: Art of India and Southeast Asia
Fine Arts 361: Pre-colonial Art of South America
Fine Arts 363: Arts of the Aztecs and their Predecessors
Fine Arts 365: Dynastic Arts of the Classic Maya
Fine Arts 369: North American Indian Art
Canadian Studies
Fine Arts 343, 348, 369, 465
History
New course    HIST   302    (3)   History of the Native Peoples of Canada
Change HIST    385    -      change in number (previously 410)
Librarianship
New courses  LIBR   640    (Ife) Library Organization
ARST 615    (Ife) Directed Study
Change in Degree Requirements:
The first year of the program requires full-time attendance. Before being
admitted to the second year, students must have completed at least 15 units,
consisting of the first-year required courses, electives, and the practicum. All
degree requirements must be met within five years after initial registration. 7901.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Linguistics
Change in Program Description -    add English 324 Literary Semantics to list of
courses accepted for credit in Linguistics
Mathematics
Change in Program Description -    under "Honours" delete requirements for first
and second years and substitute the following:
First Year: Mathematics 120 or 100 (First Term): Mathematics 121 or 101
(Second Term)
Second Year: Mathematics 221 (First Term): Mathematics 220, 315 (Second
Term): Mathematics 225. Students are also advised to take Computer
Science 114/116.
Under "notes" appended to Honours, delete the following sentence:
"The student is urged to take at least one of Mathematics 205 or 201 in second
year."  (The second sentence of that paragraph is to be retained.)
Under "Combined Honours in Mathematics and Another Subject", delete the
requirements for first, second and third years, and substitute the following:
Mathematics:  First year:  as in Honours Mathematics.
Second year:  Mathematics 200, 221 (First Term):
Mathematics 220, 315 (Second Term).
Third year:  as in Honours Mathematics.
Music
New courses  MUSC  233   (I) Accompanying on the Harpsichord 1
333   (I) Accompanying on the Harpsichord"!I
Change MUSC  249   -    change in description
Changes in Program Description:
Add under "Major in Piano" referring to Music 349:
2
Students may substitute Music 233 (Accompanying on the Harpsichord I).
Under "Major in General Studies", replace note 2 with the following:
2
The secondary instrument is normally piano in the first two years unless the
concentration is a keyboard instrument. Students with minimal keyboard
experience will be placed initially in Piano 143, and will in the second year take
Piano 243 (class) or 244 (private), as determined by the level of achievement in
143. "Students with some previous piano experience may be excused from all or
part of the piano requirement by showing satisfactory proficiency in all of the
second-year secondary piano requirements, including technique, repertoire,
keyboard harmony, score reading, sight reading, and transposition." 7902.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Music
Changes in Program Description:  (continued)
Change note 4 to read:
 requirement.   Students wishing to continue to a career in
elementary education will be permitted to count a maximum of 6 units of
approved courses in the Faculty of Education (excluding Music Education) as
Arts electives."
Change note 6 to read:
Students concentrating in the harpsichord will include Music 233 and 333
among their music electives.
Under "Major in Music History and Literature" replace note I with the
following:
Music Performance: Students must study in some field of performance, which
must include piano unless the student can demonstrate proficiency
commensurate with requirements of Music 243 (Class Piano II) to the
satisfaction of the keyboard division. (For details of requirements of Music 243,
address enquiry to the Faculty Co-ordinator, Keyboard Performance Division.)
Available performance fields include voice, piano, orchestral instruments, and
historical instruments such as harpsichord, Baroque flute, viola da gamba,
recorder, and lute.
Under "Major in Secondary Music Education", insert the following, referring to
Music 144:
For students with insufficient piano experience the secondary instrument must
be piano for at least two years, beginning with Piano 143. Students with some
previous piano experience may be excused from all or part of the piano
requirement by showing satisfactory proficiency in all of the second-year
secondary piano requirements, including technique, repertoire, keyboard
harmony, score reading, sight reading, and transposition."
Philosophy
New courses  PHIL   313 (Ife)   Ethical and Political Issues in Contemporary
Science and Technology A
314 (Ife)   Ethical and Political Issues in Contemporary
Science and Technology B
Changes PHIL   410, 411 - change in hours
440 - change in prerequisites 7903.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Philosophy (continued)
Change in Program Requirements:
Major
Third and Fourth Years
Philosophy 301
Philosophy 350 if Philosophy 250 not taken in Second Year
4.5 units from Philosophy 302, 333, 343, 353, 363, 420, 450 or 451, 460, 470
Additional units in Third-Year and Fourth-Year Philosophy courses (exclusive of
350, 410 and 41 I) . . .etc.
Change in Department Introduction:
The Department of Philosophy offers programs of study that lead to the degrees
of Ph.D., M.A., B.A. Students considering graduate work in philosophy at
U.B.C.  should see requirements under Graduate Studies, Philosophy.
Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Additions to List B:
...302 (Ife), 303 (Ife), 306 (Ife)
Psychology
Changes in Program Description:
Replace the opening entry of "Fourth Year" for both "Major" and "Honours"
with:
Six units from:
Psychology 460
Psychology 463
Psychology 465
Psychology 466
Psychology 467
Add Philosophy 407 (Ife) to the lists of recommended non-psychology electives
for both the Major and Honours programs.
Slavonic Studies
Changes in Program Description:
Major in Russian
First and Second Years:
Russian 100 and 200, or Russian 110
Slavonic Studies   106 and Russian  215, or Slavonic Studies   105, or Slavonic
Studies 206. 7904.
Wednesday, December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Slavonic Studies
Change in Program Description:  (continued)
Third and Fourth Years:
Russian 300, 305, 315, 400 and at least 6 units in Russian literature courses
Russian 303 and Slavonic Studies 410 are recommended
Students should also consider taking some of the following courses as electives:
Linguistics 100 or 420, History 405 or 438
Honours in Russian
Admission:
First or high second-class standing in Russian 200 or 110
Slavonic Studies 106 and Russian 215; or Slavonic Studies 105 or 206
Third and Fourth Years:
Russian 300, 303, 305, 315, 400
Russian 449
3 units in Slavonic Area Studies
At least 9 additional units in Russian literature
6 units in courses outside the Department
To continue in the Honours program students must obtain at least one
second-class average in Russian courses in their third year. Students are
advised to take Linguistics 100 or 420.
New courses SLAV   106 (Ife)   Introduction to Russian Culture
RUSS  305 (lfe/3)d   Readings in Contemporary~Russian
Changes RUSS   100 - change in description
200 - change in title, description and prerequisite
110 - change in title and hours
215 - change in number (previously 315)
315-change    in    number    (previously    415),    addition    of
description and prerequisite
300 - change in number (previously 310), title, description and
prerequisite
400 - change in number (previously 410) and prerequisite
325 - change in number (previously 401)
425 - change in number (previously 408), title, description and
prerequisite
Deletions       RUSS   180,210,280,308
Additions to List A:
Slavonic Studies 106 (Ife)
Russian 325 (3)
Changes to List B:
Delete:     Russian 210
Add: Russian 215 (Ife)
Russian 425 (3) 7905.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Theatre
Changes THTR 200 - change in title
262 - add   following   rider:      "Open   only   to   B.F.A.   Acting
students."
361 - change in prerequisite
362, 462 -   change  in  prerequisite  and  add  following  rider:
"Open only to B.F.A. Acting students."
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Change Program Descriptions
1. Undergraduate Degree Program B.Ed. (Secondary)
Fifth Year
• •   •
3-9 units from Education 312, ... 416, 417, 418,
• •   •
2. Programs in Secondary Education for Graduates
• •   •
4. 5-7.  5 units chosen from Education 312 ... 416, 417, 418 .. .
Departmentalization of undergraduate and graduate courses
Education
Education 140, 197, 198, 217, 240, 297, 298, 306, 325, 326, 379, 380, 395, 397, 398,
399, 404, 413, 417, 432, 440, 449, 479, 490, 491, 492, 497, 498, 499, 508,
517, 546, 561, 565, 566, 580, 598, 599, 601, 699
Education: Curriculum and Instruction 396, 487, 508, 561, 562, 563, 564, 565, 567,
572, 580,598,599,601,699
Changes EDUC 140, 240 - change in description
Administrative, Adult, and Higher Education
Adult Education 328, 329, 330, 375, 412, 508, 514, 518, 561, 565, 580, 583, 598,
599, 699
Educational Administration 460, 508, 560, 561, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557,
558, 565, 576, 580, 598, 599, 601, 699
Higher Education 493, 508, 559, 561, 565, 569, 580, 590, 598, 599
Counselling Psychology
Counselling Psychology 362, 363, 364, 365, 426, 427, 433, 508, 531, 561, 565, 578,
579, 580, 598, 599, 601, 677, 678, 679, 699 7906.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Departmentalization of undergraduate and graduate courses
Counselling Psychology (continued)
New course    Counselling Psychology 362 (Ife) Basic Interviewing Skills
363 (Ife) Career Counselling
364 (I fe) Family Education and Consultation
Introduction
Counselling
my    	
365 (Ife) Introduction to Theories of
Change Counselling Psychology 433 - change in description
Curriculum and Instructional Studies
Business Education 166, 175, 176, 186, 374, 376, 377, 378, 404, 410, 411, 508, 561,
565, 580, 598, 599
Communication Media and Technology 414, 439, 494, 495, 496, 508, 516, 538, 539,
540,561,565,580,598,599
Education of Young Children 303, 333, 334, 336, 405, 438, 508, 561, 565, 580, 585,
598, 599
Home Economics Education  404, 508, 561, 565, 580, 598, 599
Industrial Education 230, 252, 308, 350, 351, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359,
360, 361, 404, 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 456, 457, 458, 459, 463, 464, 465,
466, 467, 508, 561, 565, 580, 598, 599
Library Education 381, 382, 383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 404, 508, 527, 561,
565, 580, 598, 599
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Educational Psychology 301, 302, 310, 311, 331, 332, 401, 428, 435, 461, 462, 481,
482, 483, 484, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 508, 528, 529, 532, 535, 536,
561, 565, 571, 580, 581, 584, 592, 596, 597, 598, 599, 601, 630, 682
Special Education 312, 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 342, 343, 344, 345,
346, 347, 348, 390, 403, 406, 408, 415, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424,
429, 431, 434, 436, 437, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 455, 507,
508, 509, 512, 513, 515, 526, 530, 533, 537, 561, 565, 568, 573, 580, 598,
599,601,699
New course    Special Education 320 (Ife) Teaching Concepts to Visually
Handicapped  Children
Change Special Education 421   -      change in description, hours, units,
prerequisite 7907.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Departmentalization of undergraduate and graduate courses
Educational Psychology and Special Education (continued)
Change Program Descriptions:
(b) Diploma in Education of Visually Impaired Children.
. . . The program consists of: Required courses—Education 344, 320, 415, 421,
448, 455. Ophthalmology 390 and Education 399 (minimum of 180 hours student
teaching): . . .
(xv) Special Education Concentration
Education 312:   7.5 units selected from Education 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 403,
406, 408, 419, 420, 421, 423, 424, 429, 431, 434, 436, 437, 448.
Language Education
English Education 216, 304, 335, 337, 338, 340, 341, 349, 402, 404, 416, 478, 480,
486, 489, 500, 508, 534, 543, 550, 561, 565, 580, 588, 598, 599
Modern Languages Education 393, 394, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 508,
561,565,580,598,599
New course    Modern Languages Education 408 (Ife)  Curriculum and Instruction in
M"odem Languages (Secondary)
Reading Education 305, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 508, 544, 561, 565, 574, 580,
598,599,601,699
Change Reading Education 476 - change in description
Mathematics and Science Education
Mathematics Education 369, 372, 373, 404, 471, 485, 488, 508, 545, 547, 548, 549,
561, 565, 580, 598, 599, 601, 699
Science Education    190, 309, 321, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 409, 508, 510, 511,
561, 565, 580, 598, 599, 601, 699
Change Program Descriptions:
(vi) Mathematics Education Concentration and Major
Concentration
Education 372, 373, 485, and 488.
3 units of Mathematics (Education electives approved by the Head, Department
of Mathematics and Science Education, may be taken if the Mathematics
requirements has already been satisfied). 7908.
Wednesday,  December   15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Departmentalization of undergraduate and graduate courses
Mathematics and Science Education
Change Program Descriptions:  (continued)
(ix) Earth and Space Science Concentration and Major
Second, Third and Fourth Years:
Concentration:  A minimum of 12 units including:
(d) . . . Oceanography 300, 301, 302, 303, 405 are recommended.
Major:  A minimum of 18 units including:
•   *   •
(b) . . . Oceanography 301, 302, 303, 405.
Social and Educational Studies
Educational Studies 200, 400, 407, 430, 468, 470, 508, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523, 524,
525, 561, 565, 570, 575, 577, 580, 586, 587, 589, 591, 593, 594, 595, 598,
599,601,699
Social Studies Education 322, 339, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 469, 508, 561, 565,
580, 598, 599
New courses  Social Studies Education  403  (Ife) Curriculum and Instruction in
Canadian Studies (Secondary)
406  (Ife)   Curriculum and Instruction!?!
Social Sciences (Secondary)
Visual and Performing Arts in Education
Art Education 323, 404, 425, 508, 541, 561, 565, 580, 598, 599, 601,
Music Education   307, 324, 404, 508, 542, 561, 565, 580, 598, 599, 601, 699
Change Program Description:
(ii) Art Education Concentration Major
Major
Third Year:  Fine Arts 339 or 340, or Philosophy 311; one of . . .
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anthropology and Sociology
New courses    ANTH   516 (Ife) Qualitative Methods in Anthropology
517 (life) Archaeological Methods
527 (Ife) Advanced Archaeological Methods
528 (life) Advanced Quantitative Methods 7909.
Wednesday,  December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course amd curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anthropology and Sociology (continued)
New courses    SOCI
555 (lfe/3)c Tutorial in Social Interaction
565 (lfe/3)c Tutorial in the Sociology of Knowledge
575 (lfe/3)c Tutorial in Work and Industry
585 (lfe/3)c Tutorial in Canadian Society
595 (lfe/3)c Tutorial in an Ethnographic Area
Changes
ANTH 500
SOCI 501,
510
520
530
540
550
560
570
580
590
598
599
535
503
■ change in title and description
502 - change in title and units
change in title, un
Change in Calendar entry:
Studies   in  the  M.A.  and
following areas of study:
change in title, un
change    in   title,
(formerly 524)
504 - change   in   title,
(formerly 531)
515 - change    in    title,
(formerly 510)
525 -  change    in    title,
(formerly 534)
545 - change   in   title,
(formerly 540)
ts and number (formerly 503)
'      " "         (formerly 504)
'      " "         (formerly 511)
'      " "        (formerly 512)
'      " "        (formerly 513)
'      " "         (formerly 514)
'       " "         (formerly 521)
'      " "         (formerly 522)
'      " "        (formerly 523)
'      " "        (formerly 533)
1      " "        (formerly 545)
ts and prerequisite
units, prerequisite   and   number
units,
units,
units,
units,
prerequisite
prerequisite
prerequisite
prerequisite
and   number
and   number
and   number
and   number
Ph.D.  programs  in  Sociology are available  in  the
1. Sociological Theory
2. Research Methods
3. Community Studies & Demography
4. Deviance & Social Control
5. Social Change & Development
6. Social Inequality
7. Social Interaction
8. Sociology of Knowledge
9. Work & Industry
10. Canadian Society 7910.
Wednesday,  December   15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anthropology and Sociology (continued)
The M.A. program which is available to both full-time and part-time students,
requires a thesis and courses which include Sociological Theory and Research
Methods. The prerequisite for the Ph.D. program is a Master's degree in
Sociology, which includes preparation in Sociological Theory and in Research
Methods. M.A. candidates may be transferred to the Ph.D. program after the first
year of graduate work has been completed. The Ph.D. program includes a
Proseminar and other seminars and tutorials in the areas listed above;
comprehensive examinations in General Sociology and in two of the ten areas of
study, and a dissertation.
Anatomy and Physiology (cross-listing)
New course      ANAT 527 (I fe)   Muscle Biophysics
PHYL 530 (Ife)   Muscle BiophysTEs
Education
Change Educational Psychology 571 - change in units
School of Audiology and Speech Sciences Ph.D. Program
Admission
Applicants must normally have completed a Master's degree in Audiology and
Speech Sciences or a closely related discipline, and have satisfied the following
admission criteria:
A. A first-class average based on 9 units of relevant graduate and senior
undergraduate courses, of which at least 5 units must be at the 500 level and
at least 5 units must be of first-class standing.
B. A Master's Thesis of high quality which gives clear evidence of superior
research ability.
Prerequisites
Applicants will be expected to have satisfactorily completed the following
prerequisite work as part of their undergraduate and graduate programs.
A. Courses in Science, Linguistics and Psychology comparable in number and
level to those included in the Master of Science programs for Audiology and
Speech Sciences.
B. Candidates will be expected to have taken at least CPSC 114 and I 16 (or the
equivalent).
Applicants must complete the prerequisite work with a First Class average prior
to comprehensive examinations. 7911.
Wednesday,  December   15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
School of Audiology and Speech Sciences Ph. D. Program (continued)
Program Outline
Students normally will spend two or three winter sessions in full-time residence
at the University.
Dissertation. The dissertation, which forms the major component and marks the
culmination of the candidate's studies, will embody results on independent,
substantial, original research. To prepare the candidate for the dissertation,
some advanced coursework, seminars (held under the existing Departmenf
Seminar course listing) and supervised research experience typically will be
necessary.
Coursework. Advanced coursework to be completed by each student will be
determined by the candidate's program guidance committee, taking into account
his/her background and specific interest in Audiology and Speech Sciences. It
may include:
A. Research Methodology: Each student will be expected to develop conceptual
and analytical skills appropriate for theory evaluation and the analyses of
qualitative/quantitative data.
B. Major: Coursework and seminars related to each student's major area of
interest, directed towards the dissertation research. Students will be
expected to acquire knowledge of experimental results, earlier and current
theories, issues, and research practices, in the area.
C. Minor: It is expected that a minor area that supports the major area will be
taken outside of Audiology and Speech Sciences and that necessary courses
and seminars will be selected in consultation with representatives from the
appropriate departments.
Supervised Research. Beginning in the first year, each student will be expected
to begin some independent research and/or participate in the research of a
faculty member and will be encouraged to report the results of these
investigations at appropriate professional conferences and/or in appropriate
refereed journals. Financial assistance to support students engaged in
supervised research will be provided, as appropriate, through MRC Studentships,
University Graduate Fellowships, independent funding agencies in British
Columbia, grants to faculty members, and research assistantships set aside for
Ph.D. students by the Faculty of Medicine.
Progress Reviews and Comprehensive Examinations. The progress of each
student will be reviewed in the spring of each year by the School in consultation
with the candidate's committee and by the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies. A student will be asked to withdraw from the program if progress has
not been satisfactory. 7912.
Wednesday, December  15,   1982.
APPENDIX B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
School of Audiology and Speech Sciences Ph.D. Program  (continued)
Student attainment of research competence and knowledge of Audiology and
Speech Sciences will be assessed through completed coursework and by two
comprehensive examinations covering (a) major, and (b) minor areas of study.
Coursework taken in each year will be expected to be completed with a
First-Class average. The major and minor qualifying comprehensives normally
will be taken during or at the end of the second year, following completion of
all appropriate coursework.
Upon satisfactory completion of the qualifying comprehensives, the student will
be advanced formally to candidacy for the Ph.D. degree.
Final Oral Examination. Each candidate will defend his/her dissertation
following the procedures of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
FACULTY OF LAW
Changes LAW 356, 358, 359, 361, 362 - change in description

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