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 7365.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
The Ninth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia for
the Session 1979-80 was held on Wednesday, May 21, 1980 at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and
Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Mr. I. A.
Bakshi, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Acting Dean T. R. Bentley, Mr. W. H. Birmingham,
Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. E. V. Bohn, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Mr. M. E. P. Braun, Rev. P. C.
Burns, Dr. J. G. Cragg, Dr. J. Dahlie, Mrs. L. Daniells, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. A. J.
Elder, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. P. C. Gilmore, Dr. H. J.
Greenwood, Miss A. M. S. Hall, Mr. J. H. Holm, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. L. D. Jones,
Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dean W. D. Kitts, Mr. J. Kulich, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. J. R.
Ledsome, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dean K. M. Lysyk, Dr. D. J. MacDougall,
Ms. C. E. McAndrew, Dr. J. H. McNeill, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Rev. J. P. Martin,
Miss A. J. Moonen, Mr. C. Niwinski, Dr. R. A. Nodwell, Dr. J. F. Richards, Dr. V. C.
Runeckles, Dr. S. O. Russell, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Mr. R. S. Sigurdson, Dr. R. H. T.
Smith, Dr. G. J. Spitler, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr.B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. R. S. Szeliski, Mr. L.
Valg, Mrs. J. C. Wallace, Miss C. L. V. Warren, Miss S. I. Waters, Dean W. A. Webber,
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 Dr. C. E.
Armerding, Dr. K. T. Brearley, Dr. T. H. Brown, Dean C. V. Finnegan, Ms. P.
Gouldstone, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. J. G. Silver,
Dr. 0. Sziklai, Dean L. M. Wedepohl.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean Webber )    That   the   minutes   of   the   Eighth   regular
Acting Dean Bentley  )    meeting of Senate for the Session  1979-80,
having been circulated, be taken as read and
adopted.
Carried 7366.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
Senate membership
New student senator
The Chairman welcomed to Senate Miss A. M. S. Hall as student representative of
the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration replacing Mr. N. Akiha.
Declaration of vacancies
As required under section 36 (6) of the Universities Act, the following vacancies
were declared:-
Dr. K. T. Brearley -    Faculty representative at-large
Dr. J. G. Cragg -    Faculty of Graduate Studies representative
Dr. J. L. Wisenthal -    Faculty of Arts representative
On behalf of Senate the Chairman expressed thanks and appreciation to
Dr. Brearley, who would be retiring in June, for the valuable contributions she had
made to the University.
The Chairman also paid tribute to Dr. Wisenthal for his work as Chairman of the
Senate Curriculum Committee.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented without formal
reference to the President and the formal agreement of the President; and that the
Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked to indicate the space
requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i)      New course recommended by the Faculty of Applied Science (P.7360)
(ii)     New courses and course changes recommended by the School of Architecture
(P.7360-1)
(iii)    New  courses,  course  and  curriculum  changes  recommended by  the  School  of
Physical Education and Recreation (P.7363)
(iv)    Program changes recommended by the School of Rehabilitation Medicine (P.7363)
(v)      Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Science (P.7363)
(vi)    Proposal of the Faculty of Education to establish departments (P.7357-8)
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Acting Dean Bentley )     That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Mrs. Bishop )     be accepted subject to the approval  of the
Board of Governors and that letters of thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried 7367.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
Candidates for Degrees
The Chairman reminded Senate that at its meeting of November 14, 1979 Senate
had agreed that, because of budgetary constraints, the lists of candidates for degrees
would not be circulated to each member of Senate. Only a few lists had therefore been
made available for inspection by Senate members at the meeting.
Dean Gardner) That the candidates for degrees and diplomas
Dean Kitts      ) as approved by the Faculties be granted the
degree or diploma for which they were
recommended, and that the Registrar, in
consultation with the Deans and the
Chairman of Senate make any necessary
adjustments.
Carried
Scholarships and Awards
The Chairman reported that Anne A. Gardner was to receive the
Governor—General's Gold Medal, and that Lauren Mary—Anne Dubeau would receive the
University Medal for Arts and Science. Congratulations were extended to the other
winners of medals, prizes and scholarships shown in the list circulated.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration - restriction of enrolment
Dr. Smith presented a report which stated that the committee had
considered the following proposal from the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration and recommended approval:-
"For the past several years the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration has imposed enrolment restrictions and minimum
entrance requirements. For first and Second Years combined we have
limited enrolments to 990 students while requiring a minimum average
of 60% for entry. Despite these restrictions, total enrolments have
continued to climb from just under 1600 in 1976 to about 1800 this past
year.
The Faculty requests that 1980-81 enrolment in the First and Second
Years be limited to a total of 950. Selection will be based on
academic standing. This modest reduction will enable us to drop class
sizes from levels which are quite inappropriate for Second and Third
Year University classes. We expect that further restrictions will
improve the average performance of First Year Commerce students.
Last year, only 66.1% of students in First Year Commerce passed all
courses taken. This is a significant improvement over earlier years
when no entrance requirements were in place. It is still unacceptable
however." 7368.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Commerce  and Business  Administration - restriction of enrolment
(continued)
Dr. Smith        ) That Senate approve the proposal of the Faculty
Dean Lusztig ) of Commerce and Business Administration that
the  1980-81  enrolment in the First and Second
Years be limited to a total of 950.
Carried
1981 Admission Requirements
Dr. Smith presented the following report for information:-
"I. Several recommendations concerning revised admission requirements were
adopted by Senate at its meeting of September 14, 1977. There was further
discussion of this matter at the November 16, 1977 meeting; in the interim,
the President had received a number of communications from various groups
concerning the timing for the implementation of the new requirements, and
he had requested the Admissions Committee to re—examine the matter. The
specific subjects required or recommended by Faculties and Schools
admitting to the first year (the Faculties of Agricultural Sciences, Arts,
Education, and Science; and the Schools of Home Economics, Nursing, and
Physical Education and Recreation) were approved at the December 14, 1977
meeting of Senate.
2. As the date for the implementation of the third component of the revised
admission requirements has approached (September 1981), a number of
representations have been made about the impact of requiring 10 courses
from the Arts and Science category on other parts of the secondary school
curriculum: home economics, fine arts, drama, music, industrial education,
etc. In particular, it is asserted that enrolment in these areas is declining as
students seek to satisfy the Arts and Science requirements.
3. The 1977 decision was taken to attempt to ensure that students arrive at
U.B.C. well prepared for the kinds of programs they wish to pursue. The
Committee does not denigrate courses in the areas identified in item 2
above; indeed, the Committee points out that as many students offer at
least fourteen Grade I I and 12 subjects for graduation, there is room for the
selection of electives even after such graduation requirements as Physical
Education 11 are included."
Curriculum Committee  (See Appendix 'B')
Faculty of Dentistry
Dr. Wisenthal ) That    the    new   courses    and   course   changes
Dean Beagrie ) submitted   by   the   Faculty   of    Dentistry    be
approved.
Carried 7369.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Education
Dr. Wisenthal )    That   the   new   courses   and   the   proposed
Acting Dean Bentley )    reorganization  of   the  Diploma  Program   in
Adult Education, submitted by the Faculty of
Education, be approved.
In recommending approval of the proposals submitted by the Faculty of
Education the committee made the following suggestions:-
1. That a statement be added to the description of Education 335 to the
effect that credit cannot be obtained for both this course and
Theatre 301.
2. That the course titles of Education 140 and 240 be changed to read
"Introduction to Native Indian Studies" and "Issues in Native Indian
Education", respectively.
3. That the unit value for Education 375 be changed to (3).
4. That a note be added to the descriptions of Education 327, 328 and 412 to
the effect that credit may not be obtained for more than one of
Education 412, or 327 and 328. (N.B. As far as the Adult Education
Diploma Program is concerned no student will be permitted to offer
Education 412 in place of either Education 327 or 328; all students in
that program must take both Education 327 and 328.)
5. That Sociology 362 be deleted from the list of electives in connection
with the Adult Education Diploma Program; this course is no longer
offered.
It was also noted that a statement would appear in the Calendar to the
effect that there are prerequisites to some of the elective courses listed for the
Adult Education Diploma Program.
The motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Medicine, School of Physical Education
and Recreation, School of Rehabilitation Medicine, and the Faculty of Science
The committee recommended approval of a non—Thesis Option for the
Master of Physical Education, together with new courses, submitted by the
Faculty of Graduate Studies; new courses and course changes submitted by the
Faculty of Medicine; new courses and modifications to courses submitted by the
School of Physical Education and Recreation; course changes submitted by the
School of Rehabilitation Medicine and a course change submitted by the Faculty
of Science. 7370.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Medicine, School of Physical Education
and Recreation, School of Rehabilitation Medicine, and the Faculty of Science
(continued)
Dr. Wisenthal  ) That the proposals of the Faculty of Graduate
Dean Larkin     ) Studies, the Faculty of Medicine, the School
of Physical Education and Recreation, the
School of Rehabilitation Medicine and the
Faculty of Science, be approved.
Dr. Wisenthal reported that the committee was now recommending approval
of PHED 300, 368, 369 and 400, withheld at the previous meeting pending
clarification.
Approval of proposed changes in prerequisites for Computer Science 215 and
315 had also been withheld at the previous meeting, pending further consultation.
The proposal was that in the respective prerequisites students would be required
to obtain a mark greater than the minimum passing grade. The committee was
now recommending approval of the proposed change in the prerequisite for
Computer Science 215. However, as far as the proposal for Computer Science 315
was concerned Dr. Wisenthal explained that this did not require the approval of
Senate since there was already a statement in the Science section of the Calendar
which states that in Third Year courses, departments may, if they wish, apply this
particular rule.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Nominating Committee
Dr. Stager presented the report.   The committee nominated the following persons
to fill vacancies on Senate committees:-
Academic Building Needs
Mr. J. Holm -  replacing Ms. Gardner
Mr. M. B. Lund -  replacing Mr. Santo
Admissions
Professor W. J. Dusing - replacing Dr. Brearley
Mr. M. E. P. Braun - replacing Miss Johl
Agenda
Mr. F. Lee -  replacing Mr. Short
Mr. R. S. Sigurdson - replacing Mr. Smith
Appeals on Academic Standing
Miss A. J. Moonen - replacing Mr. Watts 7371.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Budget
Miss A. M. S. Hall
Continuing Education
Mr. M. B. Lund
Curriculum
Miss M. C. MacPherson
Mr. R. S. Szeliski
Extracurricular Activities
Mr. J. J. Fitzpatrick
Mr. R. S. Wilczek
Liaison with Post-Secondary Institutions
Mr. J. J. Fitzpatrick
Nominating
Mr. R. S. Szeliski
Student Appeals on Academic Discipline
Mr. J. H. Holm
Mr. R. S. Sigurdson
Miss S. I. Waters
Student Awards
Miss M. C. MacPherson
Miss S. I. Waters
Tributes
Mr. 1. A. Bakshi
University Library
Miss M. C. MacPherson
Miss A. J. Moonen
Ms. L. P. Stewart
Implementation of the Universities Act
Mr. R. S. Wilczek
Standards in English
Mr. J. J. Fitzpatrick
Miss A. M. S. Hall
Elections
Mr. I. A. Bakshi
- replacing Mr. Akiha
- replacing Mr. Smith
replacing Ms. Gardner
to fill a vacancy
replacing Mr. Antosz
replacing Mr. Smith
replacing Mr. Niwinski
elected (replacing Mr. Short)
- replacing Miss Johl
- replacing Mr. Kehler
- replacing Mr. Wright
- replacing Mr. Fryer
- replacing Mr. Watts
-  replacing Mr. Thompson
replacing Mr. Kehler
replacing Mr. Lee
replacing Mr. Thompson
- replacing Mr. Thompson
- replacing Mr. Akiha
- replacing Mr. Formosa
Dr. Stager )
Dr. MacDougall  )
-  replacing Mr. Wright
That the recommendations of the Nominating
Committee be approved.
Carried 7372.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (continued)
Dr. Stager drew the attention of Senate to the fact that the Chairman of the ad
hoc Committee on the Implementation of the Universities Act had resigned and that
the committee had not recommended a replacement. It was the feeling of members
of the Nominating Committee that the Act had now been implemented and that
perhaps the committee should be discharged. Dr. Stager stated that if there were no
objections the Nominating Committee would make a formal recommendation at the
September meeting of Senate that the committee be discharged.
Ad hoc Committee on Examinations
The Agenda Committee recommended that the report, which had been circulated,
be referred to the Faculties for consideration and that they be requested to report
back to Senate at the November 12, 1980 meeting.
Dean Beagrie ) That the report of the Ad hoc Committee on
Dean Will ) Examinations be referred to the Faculties for
consideration and that they be requested to
report back to Senate at the November 12,
1980 meeting.
Carried
Centre for Continuing Education
At its meeting of April 20, 1977 Senate requested that the University departments
responsible for certificate and diploma programs report to Senate annually on these
programs. Mr. Kulich presented for information the following reports on three
programs administered by the Centre for Continuing Education:-
Certificate Program in Criminology
"The Criminology Certificate Program offered by Guided Independent Study was
designed to enable those individuals working in corrections, law enforcement and
related areas to obtain a broad theoretical foundation in criminology. The program
was developed by the Centre for Continuing Education in cooperation with the various
academic departments, and is designed to accommodate part-time students.
In the past few years there has been an increasing number of persons who applied
simply for interest or in the hopes of obtaining employment. In consideration of the
original purpose behind the development of the program (as an opportunity for
in-service training and not as a pre-employment program), admittance has been
restricted to those individuals currently working in the field of criminology, or to
persons who have been employed in this field within the last two years prior to
applying for admission. 7373.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Centre for Continuing Education
Certificate Program in Criminology (continued)
"There have, in addition, been changes in the policy regarding credit received in the
Criminology Program and possible advance credit granted by the Faculty of Arts.
Registrants will no longer be able to obtain double credit for the Criminology
Certificate and the B.A. Degree. Also, the Faculty of Arts will give advance
placement but not advance credit for courses in the Faculty of Arts taken as part of
the certificate program, once the individual has completed the program and been
awarded the certificate.
There has been a further update of the student master list in an effort to discover the
total number of active students - 99. Four students have completed the entire
program and been awarded their certificates.
The existing Policy Committee has been dissolved and a new one reorganized to
include members from all the academic departments concerned. The new
membership will be as follows:
Dr. K. G. Banting, Political Science
Prof. P. T. Burns, Law
Mrs. A. Campbell/Ms. C. Cummings, CCE
Mr. W. J. Dusing, Senior Faculty Adviser, Arts
Mr. J. Kulich
Prof. A. J. H. Marriage, Anthropology/Sociology
Dr. P. Remnant, Associate Dean, Arts
Mr. G. Williams, Registrar's Office
Mr. K. G. Young, Registrar
Dr. J. C. Yuille, Psychology  "
Diploma Program in Administration for Engineers
"This diploma program is offered jointly by the Faculty of Applied Science and the
Centre for Continuing Education.
1. There were forty-five admissions into the program this year. Of these thirty were
in Greater Vancouver and 15 at interior locations.
2. Total enrolment in the program since its inception in 1968 now stands at 944.
3. Sixty-three graduates have received their Diploma in Administration for Engineers
to date.
4. There were 555 registrants for the 24 courses offered on-campus and in the
Greater Vancouver area.
5. Twenty-one courses were offered out-of-town with a total of 281 registrants.
6. A total of twenty-five professional foresters were admitted to the parallel
Diploma Program in Administration for Foresters; thirteen of them enrolled this
year in courses offered in the Diploma Program in Administration for Engineers."
Certificate Program in Early Childhood Education
"This Certificate Program in Early Childhood Education is offered by the Centre for
Continuing Education in cooperation with the Faculty of Education. 7374.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
Centre for Continuing Education
Certificate Program in Early Childhood Education  (continued)
"I.   There   are   at   present   377   registered   candidates   in   the   Program   and   106
Certificates have been awarded.
2. Six cooperative programs were offered with the B.C. Pre-School Teachers'
Association.
3. The Director of the Certificate Program continued as a member of the Education
Advisory Committee to the Child Care Facilities Licensing Board (until dissolution
of this Committee on January 31, 1980) and as Editor-in-Chief of the B.C. Pre-
School Teacher (until his resignation January 31, 1980).
4. In cooperation with the Guided Independent Study Division of the Centre for
Continuing Education, two courses were offered by guided independent study,
Discipline in Early Childhood Group Settings and The Roots of Behaviour
Disturbances in Young Children. A grant from the Interior University Programs
Board permitted the development of another course by Guided Independent Study.
It is hoped that this course will be available in Fall 1980."
Report from the Vancouver School of Theology
A report from the Vancouver School of Theology was presented to Senate in
accordance with the regulation in the Affiliation Agreement of January 18, 1978 which
requires that a theological college "shall submit a resume of its academic operations to
the Senate annually".
Some of the points noted in the report were as follows:
116 students were enrolled for degree courses in the winter session.
Approximately 40% of these students were women.
119 students holding a first theological degree were enrolled in advanced
study in the Summer School courses in 1979.
385 clergy were involved in the School's continuing professional education
programs in 1979/80.
The School had been engaged in a self-study for re-accreditation by the
Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. This
self-study followed an initial 5 year accreditation period. Subsequent to
successful re-accreditation self-studies will occur every ten years.
Library:  Holdings in the V.S.T. Library are approximately 65,000 volumes.
Degrees conferred in May, 1980 were:
Master of Theology 2
Master of Divinity 18
Bachelor of Theology   2 7375.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Other business
Faculties' statements of policies and procedures for reviews
Dr. Wisenthal drew attention to a resolution passed by Senate at its meeting of
December 13, 1978 requesting those Faculties that had not already done so to report
to Senate by April 1979 on the methods they planned to use in conducting reviews.
He stated that some Faculties had not yet done this and hoped that the Chairman
would ensure that this was carried out. The Chairman confirmed that he would look
into the matter.
The Chairman also stated that the President's Office had recently conducted
reviews of the Faculties of Science and Education and that a review of the Faculty of
Forestry was about to take place.
U.B.C. Library
The Chairman drew attention to the President's Committee established to look at
the future space needs of the Library. He stated that the committee, chaired by
Dean Larkin, had submitted a report which indicated that there were two options
facing the University, either of which would be very expensive, costing at least $25
million or more. The committee had recommended that additional technical studies
be done on the report and that it be referred to the Deans for comment and then back
to the committee for further consultation.
In commenting briefly on the report submitted to the President, Dean Larkin
outlined some of the problems tackled by the committee. He stated that there were
more books published in the previous decade than in the whole history of publishing
prior to that; this would give Senate some idea of the problems involved in
maintaining a book collection for scholarly work.
The job of selecting which material a University should keep and the job of storing
all the existing material, together with material which would be accumulated in the
future, was awesome. As one would expect, most professors and students preferred
to have all the books that the Library had acquired available as quickly as possible.
This was an impossible ideal but one which the Library liked to strive toward. For
this reason the committee had taken a good look at the habits of Library users and
tried to draw a very careful assessment of the impact of modern technology. The
committee had looked at microforms, storage and computer systems and had tried to
evaluate how soon they would have a major impact on the way in which Libraries
would be built and run in the future. 7376.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
Other business
U.B.C. Library (continued)
The committee concluded that for the next two decades more buildings were going
to be needed for the Library system at U.B.C. A "doomsday" report had been
prepared for the committee which predicted that in about I I years from now all of
the library space would be plugged and there would be no more space to put books. It
was therefore necessary to undertake a building program right now in order to
prevent some very serious problems concerning the convenience of library users. The
cost of providing these new buildings would certainly be somewhere in the region of
$25 million.
As far as the financing was concerned the committee observed that the U.B.C.
Library was really more than just a library for the University; it was a provincial
resource drawn on very heavily by other universities as well as by the community and
regional colleges. At any one time if a census were taken of people in the Library at
least one-third of them were likely to be non-U.B.C. people. The Library was also a
resource in a national sense, it being the second largest library in Canada and a very
important resource for the other universities in Western Canada. The committee felt
that there were therefore some very strong arguments to be made for a special
financing formula that would involve substantial and special grants from both
provincial and federal governments as well as contributions from private donors who
represent institutions that make substantial use of the Library. The committee hoped
that within the next six months it would be able to present to Senate something more
detailed about the kind of physical solution to the problem which had been defined.
Report of the Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
It was noted that the Chairman, Dr. A. J. McClean, was not at the meeting and it
was therefore agreed that this item be deferred to the September 10, 1980 meeting.
The meeting adjourned at 9.35 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, September 10, 1980.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 7377.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards recommended to Senate
William M. Armstrong Scholarship - One scholarship in the amount of $500 will
be awarded on the recommendation of the Board of Directors of International
House from time to time. The award is available to graduate students at U.B.C.
who have demonstrated scholastic ability and who, in the opinion of the Selection
Committee of the Board of Directors of International House, have made a
distinctive contribution in comparative, international, development or
intercultural studies. Applications should be made to International House by
September 1st.  This award will not be available until 1981/82.
Maureta Evelyn McDonald Memorial Scholarship - One or more scholarships to a
total of approximately $350 have been made available by the late Maureta Evelyn
McDonald. The awards will be made to students in the Faculty of Science, on the
recommendation of the Dean. 7378.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
New courses
Course changes
Deletions
PCDY 301 (6)  Clinical Dental Hygiene
PCDY 302 (3)  Dental Hygiene Practice
DHYG 303 - change in number, title, description, unit and
hours, now:
PCDY 303 (3)  Community Dental Hygiene
ORSU 420, 430, 440 - change in title and description
DHYG 302, 304 and 307
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
New courses
EDUC 335 (3)
EDUC 140 (Ife)
EDUC 240 (Ife)
EDUC 349 (Ife)
EDUC 327 (Ife)
EDUC 328 (Ife)
EDUC 329 (Ife)
EDUC 330 (I fe)
EDUC 375 (3)
Drama in Education
Introduction to Native Indian Studies
Issues in Native Indian Education
Teaching Literature for the Adolescent
Instructional Techniques for Teaching Adults
Institutions of Adult Education
Developing Short Courses, Workshops and
Seminars
The Community Practice of Adult Education
Diploma Seminar and Internship in Adult
Education
Course change
EDUC 401 - change in title and description
Requirements for the revised Diploma Program in Adult Education
Required (12 units)
EDUC 301 (Ife)
EDUC 327 (life)
EDUC 328 (Ife)
EDUC 329 (Ife)
EDUC 330 (Ife)
EDUC 375 (3)
EDUC 401 (Ife)
Elective (3 units)
Introduction to Educational Psychology
Instructional Techniques for Teaching Adults
Institutions of Adult Education
Developing Short Courses, Workshops and Seminars
The Community Practice of Adult Education
Diploma Seminar and Internship in Adult Education
Instructional Design
Electives may be chosen in consultation with the student's academic advisor
from the total course offerings of the university. Appropriate courses
include the following:
Within Faculty of Education
EDUC 396, 414, 433, 460, 478, 493 7379.
Wednesday,   May 21,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Reguirements for the revised Diploma Program in Adult Education
Elective (3 units) (continued)
Outside Faculty of Education
AGEC 401, 403
COMM 320, 321,324, 425
ENGL 301, 302
PSYC 308, 310, 311,322
RECR 467
SOWK 300
SOCI 210, 411
The program should be completed within five years from admission, either
by full or part-time study.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Computer Science
New courses CPSC 506 (I fe)     Complexity of Computation
CPSC 536 (l-3)c Topics in Algorithms and Complexity
Economics
New courses ECON 517 (I Ife) Social Evaluation, Social Choice and
Economic Performance
ECON 587 (I fe) Comparative Economic Systems
Genetics
New course GENE 500 (3)   Genetics
Pathology
New course PATH 518 (2)   Pulmonary Pathophysiology
Physical Education
M.P.E. Program - Non-Thesis Option
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Health Care and Epidemiology
Course changes       HCEP 402 - change in title
HCEP 503 - change in number, title and description, now 404
Medical Genetics
New course GENE 421 (Ife)  Oncogenetics
Interdepartmental
Course change INDE 401 - change in jurisdiction and description, now:
FMPR40I (Ife)   Introduction to Clinical Practice 7380.
Wednesday,  May 21,   1980.
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF MEDICINE (continued)
History of Medicine and Science
Course change MEDH 400   History of the Health Sciences - addition of unit
value, now:  MEDH400(I)
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
New courses PHED 300 (I fe)  An introduction to Professional Studies in
Physical Education
PHED 368 (Ife)   Motor Skill Learning and Performance
PHED 369 (Ife)  Instructional Analysis and Design in Sport
and Physical Activity Programs
PHED 400 (I fe)  Planning Sport and Exercise Programs
Modifications to courses:
1. The phrase "teaching methods and techniques" to be deleted from the
description of courses of instruction in the calendar and replaced by the
phrase "performance and analysis".
2. All references to "activity" courses to be re-worded as "performance"
courses and all references to P.E. 400 courses previously known as
coaching courses to be re-worded as "performance analysis" courses.
3. In the courses of instruction section, all 200 level games courses to be
marked with an asterisk which denotes reference to a single description
which would read *fundamental skills and strategies, performance and
analysis.
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
Changes in requirements:
MEDH 400 - removed as required course and added to
list of elective courses.
PHED 203 - delete from School of Rehabilitation Medicine
program.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Change CPSC 215 (3)   Computer Program Design I - change
prerequisite from "Computer Science I 15
or I 18" to "Computer Science I 15 or 118
with a mark greater than the minimum
passing grade".

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