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 5795.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
The Sixth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the Session  1972-73 was held on Wednesday,
February 21,   1973,  at 8.00 p.m.   in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:     President W.   H.   Gage   (Chairman),   Mr.   D.  V.  Anderson,
Mr.   C.   E.  Andreone,   Miss A.  J.   Baumgart,   Dr.   L.   L.   Bongie,   Dr.   C.   B.
Bourne,   Dr.   D.   G.   Brown,   Dr.  T.   H.   Brown,   Mr.   R.   M.   Buzza,
Mr.  C.   McK.  Campbell,   Dr.   R.   M.   Clark,  Dean  I.   McT.  Cowan,
Dr.   R.   Daniells,  Dr.  J.   D.   Dennison,  Mrs.   F.   Field,  Mr.   D.  B.   Fields,
Dean W.   D.   Finn,   Dr.   C.  V.   Finnegan,   Dr.   N.   C.   Franz,   Dr.  J.  G.
Foulks,   Dean J.  A.   F.   Gardner,   Dr.   R.   F.   Gray,   Dr.   D.   F.   Hardwick,
Mr.   G.   H.   D.   Hobbs,   Dr.   B.   Howard,   Dean D.  T.   Kenny,   Dr.   L.
Kraintz,   Dr.   R.  V.   Kubicek,   Dean S.  W.   Leung,   Dr.  J.   Levy,  Mr.  T.   B.
Lindsay,   Mr.  A.  J.   Longmore,   Dean A.  J.   McClean,   Dr.   C.  A.   McDowell,
Mr.  J.  A.   McEwen,   Dr.   M.   F.   McGregor,   Mr.  C.   D.   L.   MacKenzie,
Mr.   J.   G.   Matkin,   Dr.   P.   Merivale,   Dr.  J.   M.   Norris,   Mr.   R.   F.
Osborne,   Dr.   G.   V.   Parkinson,   Mr.   P.   S.   Plant,   Dean  B.   E.   Riedel,
Mr.   S.   J.   Robinson,   Dr.   I.   S.   Ross,   Dean  N.  V.   Scarfe,   Mrs.   H.  W.
Sonthoff,   Mrs.   C.   A.   Soong,   Dr.  J.   K.   Stager,   Dr.   K.   S.   Stockholder,
Mr.   D.  A.  Swain,   Mr.  J.  T.  Sydor,   Mr.   G.  A.  Thorn,   Dr.   M.   Uprichard,
Mr.   F.   C.  Walden,   Dr.  W.  A.  Webber,   Dean P.   H.  White,  Mr.  A.  P.
York,   Dr.  W.   D.  Young.
Observers:     Mr.  J.  A.   Banham,   Mr.  J.   P.   Blaney.
Messages of regret for their  inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N.   T.   Nemetz,   Dr.   A.   E.   Aho,   Mrs.   M.   F.  Angus,   Deputy
President W.   M.  Armstrong,   Mr.   R.   M.   Bibbs,   Dr.  S.   D.   Cavers,
Dr.   N.   Epstein,   The Hon.   E.   D.   Fulton,   Dr.   W.   C.   Gibson,   Mr.  J.
Guthrie,   Mr.   P.  A.   Insley,   Dr.   F.   R.   C.  Johnstone,   Dr.  J.   M.   Kennedy,
Dr.  W.   D.   Kitts,  Mrs.  W.  T.   Lane,   Dr.   R.   McConnell,   Dean  Helen
McCrae,   Rev.  J.   P.   Martin,   Mr.  J.   M.   Munsie,   Dr.   P.   H.   Pearse,
Mr.   A.   R.   Robbins,   Dr.   R.   F.   Scagel,   Dr.   R.   F.   Sharp,   Dean M.   Shaw,
Mr.   B.   B.  Trevino,   Dean G.   M.  Volkoff,   Mr.   D.   R.  Williams. 5796.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr.   Hardwick    ) That the minutes of the Fifth regular meeting
Dean Gardner    )        of Senate held January  17,   1973 and continued
January 24,   1973,  having been circulated,  be
taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Nominating Committee
(i)   Ad  hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation
Dr.   Bourne presented the report.    At its meeting of
January  17,   1973 Senate passed a  resolution that a committee be
established  to investigate teaching evaluation at The University
of British Columbia.    The Nominating Committee recommended
the following membership:-
Dr.   R.   Daniells   (Chairman)
Mr.   G.   E.   Andreone
Mrs.   M.   F.  Angus
Dr.   N.   Epstein
Dr.   B.   Howard
Dr.   R.   E.   McConnell
Mr.  J.   M.   Munsie
The Chairman of Senate suggested that the following  names
be added to the membership of the committee:-
Dr.   M.   F.   McGregor,   Mr.   C.   D.   L.  MacKenzie,
Dr.   R.   F.   Scagel.
Dr.   Bourne     ) That Senate approve the recommendations
Dean Cowan    ) of the Nominating Committee.
In amendment:
Mr.  Andreone   )
Mr.   Robinson    )
That Dr.   Daniells be appointed temporary
Chairman of the Committee.
Lost
The motion was put and carried. 5797.
Wednesday,   February  21,   1973.
Business arising from the Minutes
Report of the Nominating  Committee     (continued)
(ii) Co-opted members of Senate committees
Dr.   Bourne drew attention to the following extract from the
Report of the Senate Committee on the Role and Organization of
Senate concerning co-opted members of Senate committees:-
"1.       Every Senate committee shall  be free to co-opt additional
members,  whether or not they are members of Senate,
subject to two conditions:
(i)        First,  a majority of the entire committee must vote
in favour of each  individual  proposed;
(ii)      thereafter the Senate must vote in favour of each
individual proposed.
2. Persons proposed for co-option to committees shall  not
attend meetings of these committees until  Senate has
approved of their  becoming members.
3. Co-opted members of committees shall  have full voting
rights on these committees."
Dr.   Bourne stated that it had come to the attention of the
Nominating Committee that these rules had  not been followed by
some of the committees of Senate.    The committee requested that
chairmen of Senate committees be asked  to ensure that these
regulations were adhered to in the future.
Education 380 - clarification of approval of this course by the
Faculty of Education
At the January 2H,   1973 meeting of Senate it had been pointed
out that the proposal to offer Education 380 in Singapore had  not been 5798.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Business arising from the Minutes
Education 380 - clarification of approval of this course by the
Faculty of Education     (continued)
approved  by the Faculty of Education.     Dean Scarfe reported  that this
had since received  Faculty approval.
Registration 1972-73 - breakdown of enrolment figures to include
part-time students
A report had been circulated for information showing the number
of part-time students enrolled at the University during  the winter
period,   September to May.
Summer Session Regulations
A query had been raised at the January 24,   1973 meeting
concerning the number of students allowed to take more than 6 units
during the Summer Session.    The Registrar stated that a total of 86
students had  taken more than 6 units during the last Summer Session.
Of these 41  did so in order to complete degree requirements;     three
in order to qualify for teaching certificates and the remainder for a
variety of reasons.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations -
subject,   where applicable,   to the proviso that none of the programmes
be implemented without formal  reference to the President and the formal
agreement of the President;   and that the Deans and Heads concerned
with new  programmes be asked  to indicate the space requirements,   if
any,  of such  new programmes.
(i)       Course changes in Poultry Science and  in Soil Science recommended
by the Faculty of Agricultural  Sciences.     (P.5712) 5799.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
From the Board of Governors     (continued)
(ii)      Courses to be offered  in Intersession  1973 as recommended  by the
Faculty of Arts.     (P. 5740 and 5741)
(iii)     Changes  in the Licentiate in Accounting  Programme recommended
by the Faculty of Commerce and  Business Administration.
(P. 5712 and 5713)
(iv)     Course changes recommended by the Faculty of Commerce and
Business Administration.     (P. 5741)
(v)      Psychology 100 or  its equivalent moved from  First Year  Dental
Hygiene to the prerequisite year effective for the academic year
1974-75 as recommended by the Faculty of Dentistry.     (P. 5730)
(vi)     Education 308 to be offered  in England and Scandinavia in  1973,
and  Education 460 to be offered  by correspondence through the
Centre for Continuing  Education,  as recommended  by the Faculty
of Education.     (P. 5737-8 and P. 5747)
(vii)    Education 380 to be offered  in Singapore in  1973.     (P. 5748 and
5797-98)
(viii)  Ph.D.   programme in Art History to be offered through the
Department of Fine Arts,  as recommended by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies.     (P. 5730-33)
(ix)     Baccalaureate programme in Nursing  recommended by the School
of Nursing   (and  ratified  by the Faculty of Applied Science),
approved  in principle.     (P. 5733-35)
(x)      Courses to be offered  in  Intersession  1973 and extra-sessional
courses to be offered from September  1973  to May  1974 as
recommended  by the Faculty of Science.     (P. 5741)
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and  Bursaries
Dean Scarfe      ) That the new awards listed in Appendix  'A'
Mr.  Osborne    ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors,  and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried 5800.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Dr.   Finnegan presented the report.    A proposal from the Faculty
of Science concerning admission and promotion policies had  been
referred to the committee at the December  1972 meeting of Senate.
The committee felt that the proposal  should  have included  part-time
students.
Dr.   Finnegan    ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Science
Dr.   Gray ) be returned to the Faculty with a request
for submission to Senate of a promotion
policy encompassing all Science students,
full and part-time.
Concern was expressed that this would  unnecessarily delay
consideration of the proposal for full-time students.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Dr.   Finnegan    ) That each Faculty be requested to submit a
Dr.   Ross ) statement of its current promotion policy for
both full and part-time students together with
any proposals for change.
It was stated that promotion policies for part-time students were
not clearly defined  in the Calendar and that up-to-date information
was  needed for both full and  part-time students.
The motion was put and carried. 5801.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate    (continued)
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Dr.   Norris      ) That changes in title and description of
Dean Cowan    ) Plant Science 431 and 432 recommended
by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.     (P.5712)
Carried
Category B  items
It was explained that Category B  items were listed for the
information of Senate in the appendix to the minutes of the meeting
of January 24,   1973.
Approval of the Category B  proposals submitted by the
Faculty of Education had  been  postponed at the previous meeting
pending further consideration by  the committee,   (P. 5764,   5784-5).
The committee was now satisfied that these were in fact minor
changes.
Faculty of Law     (See Appendix  'B')
Dr.   Norris ) That the proposal of the Faculty of Law
Dr.   Hardwick    ) to offer new courses be approved.
Carried
Category B  items are  listed  in Appendix  'B' for  information.
Attention was drawn to two Category B  items  i.e.  change in
unit value of Law 501  and  503.    The Dean of Law agreed  to the
recommendation of the committee that the numbers of these two
courses be changed since they were not in fact Graduate courses. 5802.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee    (continued)
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Category B  proposals are  listed  in Appendix  'B' for
information.
Faculty of Applied Science
Approval of Applied Science  160 and  260 had  been withheld
at the previous meeting   (P. 5766)   pending consultations among  the
various departments concerned.    These consultations had since
taken place.
Dr.   Norris ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dr.   Hardwick    )        Applied Science to offer a new course.
Applied Science   160,  be approved.
Concern was expressed that the proposal  to offer Applied
Science 160 as a section of the course Urban Studies 200 had  not
had  sufficient scrutiny by the Urban Studies Committee.     It was
suggested that the increased enrolment in this course might make
a substantial difference to the way  in which the course would  be
offered.
In amendment:
Dean White ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dr.   Dennison    ) Applied Science to offer Applied
Science  160 be approved for one
year only and be subject to review
at the end of the year. 5803.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Applied Science     (continued)
It was stated that a considerable number of changes had
been made in Applied Science programmes in order to include
this course.     It seemed unreasonable to ask the Faculty to proceed
on an experimental  basis when the problems were administrative.
The amendment was lost.
The motion was put and carried.
Dr.  Norris       ) That the proposal of the Faculty of
Mr.  McEwen    ) Applied Science to offer a new course,
Applied Science 260,  be approved.
The Chairman of the committee explained  that this proposal
had previously been withheld  because of objections raised  by the
Head of the Department of Economics concerning  the content of the
course.
Dean Finn assured Senate that he would be prepared  to make
any modifications suggested by the Department of Economics.
The motion was put and carried.
The attention of Senate was drawn to changes in curriculum
necessitated  by the introduction of Applied Science 160 and  260.
These had been withheld at the previous meeting  pending approval
of these two courses.     (P.5766 and  5773-6) 5804.
Wednesday,  February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Applied Science     (continued)
Dr.   Norris )        That changes in curriculum to permit
Dr.   Parkinson    )        the introduction of Applied Science
160 and 260 recommended by the
Faculty of Applied Science  (P. 5766
and 5773-6) be approved.
Carried
Approval  had been postponed of a proposal  to delete
English  150 as a compulsory course in the Faculty of Applied
Science pending consultations between the Dean of Applied
Science,   the Dean of Arts and  the Head of the Department of
English.      (P.5766)
Dr.   Norris )        That Senate approve the proposal of
Dr.   Parkinson    )       the Faculty of Applied Science to delete
English   150 as a required course,  and
that students transferring into First Year
Applied Science from institutions other
than The University of British Columbia
be required to write a diagnostic essay
to determine their ability in English.
During  the following debate it was suggested that it was
unfair to require students from other universities and colleges to
write a diagnostic essay if it were not required of students from
this University.
Following further discussion it was agreed that the statement
concerning  the diagnostic essay be deleted from  the proposal and
referred  to the Faculty of Applied Science for reconsideration. 5805.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Applied Science     (continued)
The motion to delete English  150 as a required course was
put and carried.
School of Nursing     (See Appendix  'B')
The Chairman explained that new courses had been submitted
to the December  13,   1972 meeting of Senate as part of the new
Baccalaureate Programme in Nursing.
Dr.   Norris     ) That the proposal of the School of
Mr.  Matkin    ) Nursing to offer new courses be
approved.
In reply to a query it was stated that Grade 11  Science
courses were required prerequisites to enter the programme and
that Chemistry 12 was strongly recommended.
Some members expressed  interest in the course Nursing  112,
Human Behavioural Sciences.     In reply to a query it was stated
that it would  probably be open to all  students.
Concern was expressed that because of the number of hours
of work required during the summer months some students might
experience financial difficulties.    The Director of the School of
Nursing stated  that she intended  to seek financial assistance for
students enrolled  in the summer months. 5806.
Wednesday,   February  21,   1973.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
School of Nursing     (continued)
The motion was put and carried.
Dr.  Norris     ) That the proposal of the School of
Dr.  Gray        ) Nursing to offer two new courses,
Zoology   153 and Microbiology   153,
be approved.
Carried
In reply to a query concerning the publication of a  supplementary
Calendar as agreed  to in Recommendation 8 of the report of the
President's ad hoc Committee on Procedures - Course and Curriculum
Changes,   the Chairman of Senate stated that this would  be issued by
the Registrar  in time for registration  in September.
Report of the  Librarian  1971-72
The Agenda Committee recommended  that the report be received
and  returned to the agenda for discussion at the March Senate meeting.
Dr.   McGregor     )        That the report of the Librarian be
Dean Cowan        )        received.
Dr.  McGregor,   Chairman of the University Library Committee,
urged members of Senate to direct their attention to disclosures
concerning the increasing shortage of space,   particularly  in the
processing divisions of the Library,  and also to the increasing cost
of purchasing books from abroad.
Senate agreed to discuss the report at the March meeting. 5807.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
Other Business
The Role and Organization of Senate
A motion by Dr.   Pearse concerning  the Report of the Senate
Committee on the Role and Organization of Senate had  been received
by the Agenda Committee.
Dr.  Webber        ) That a committee be struck to revise and
Mr.   Robinson    ) bring up-to-date the document entitled  "The
Role and Organization of Senate".
It was explained that the document had been prepared  in  1968 and
formed the background against which Senate conducted  its business.
Since its terms were not widely known by members of Senate and  in
some instances were not being adhered  to,   it was felt that it would be
useful  if the report were brought up-to-date.
The motion was put and carried.
Extracurricular activities
Mr.   Swain gave notice of the following motion: -
"That a committee be established to review Senate's
philosophy and objectives in extracurricular activities. "
Report of the Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
As the report of the Committee on Appeals on Academic Standing
concerned matters that as a courtesy to those involved  should  not be
released for publication,  members of the gallery were asked to leave.
Dean McClean reported on behalf of the committee.    The first
appeal was from a Mr.  Whitely who had failed  his year  in Librarianship Pages 5808-5811
Restricted access - not scanned 5813.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'A1
New awards recommended to Senate
The Burnaby Creative Writers'  Society Bursary    -    A bursary
of $100,  gift of the Burnaby Creative Writers' Society,   is offered
to Burnaby students entering or continuing a program of studies
leading to a degree or diploma in creative writing at any University
or regional  college in British Columbia.    The winner will  be
considered for a further renewal  in the following year provided
he or she has maintained a satisfactory scholastic level   (i.e.  a
minimum of 65% or the equivalent grade-point standing) .    The
award will be made by The University of British Columbia on
the basis of academic record,  financial  need,   length of residence
in Burnaby,  and  proposed  program of study.    Application must
be made on the UBC Bursary Form not later than July 15.
The Canadian Forest Products Fellowship in Forest Wildlife
Management    -    This fellowship,   the gift of Canadian Forest
Products Limited,   provides  $5,000 annually for support of
graduate studies in wildlife management in the Faculty of
Forestry at The University of British Columbia.     A portion
will  be provided to the fellow or fellows,   the balance to be
used for equipment,  materials and  supplies essential  to the
research.    The fellowship will  be awarded  to candidates
recommended by the Faculty of Forestry and approved by
the University Scholarship Committee.
Dafoe Foundation Post-Graduate Fellowship - To assist graduate
studies conducive to an understanding of international  relations,
the Dafoe Foundation will  provide a post-graduate fellowship each
year until further  notice.    The fellowship will  be tenable annually
at The University of British Columbia,   beginning with the academic
session  1974-75.     The fellowship will   have the value of $5,000.
Graduate studies may be undertaken in such fields as  international
relations,   political  science,   international or other economics,   or
diplomatic or other history.    The governing consideration is that
such studies should  have relevance to the purpose for which the
fellowship has been established.    A candidate must file his
application with the University Awards Office of The University of
British Columbia.    Conditions of application will  be determined
independently by the participating university.   The Dafoe Foundation
will  not award a post-graduate fellowship unless,  or until,  a candidate
is nominated  by the appropriate academic body at the institution
where the graduate studies are to be pursued.    Nominations should
be made to the Foundation prior to its annual  meeting  in May. 5814.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'A'
New awards recommended to Senate     (continued)
The Frank A.   Forward Memorial Scholarships  in Metallurgy - In
memory of Frank A.   Forward and  in honour of his  long and
distinguished career as both faculty member and department head
in Metallurgy,   these scholarships,   in the amount of $500,  will  be
awarded to students entering  the Second Year  in Metallurgy.     It
is expected that two such scholarships will be available,  and the
award will  be made on the basis of academic ability and  interest
in the field of Metallurgy,  on recommendation of a committee
chaired  by the Head of the Department of Metallurgy.
The Heather Howard Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship,
established  in memory of Heather Howard   (B.S.R.,   U.B.C,   1970),
is open to students who have completed the first three years  in
the program  leading  to the degree in Rehabilitation Medicine.     It
will  be awarded annually on the recommendation of a committee of
faculty and  students to a  student who is deserving of assistance,
has demonstrated good academic ability and a  keen  interest in
Rehabilitation Medicine,  and who has participated meaningfully
in student activities.
The Peter Howard Memorial Scholarship - This scholarship in
memory of Peter Norman Howard   (UBC - B.A.,   1962 and  LL.B.,
1965;   Harvard -  LL.M.,   1966)   will be awarded  to a student
deserving of financial assistance,  who has demonstrated a high
level of academic ability and  interest in the field of law and
who,   through personal  endeavour or participation  in student
activities and/or athletics,   has  indicated a potential  for excellence
and  leadership.
The Ethel Johns Memorial Scholarship - As a memorial  to Ethel
Johns,  who was first director of the Nursing  program at The
University of British Columbia,   a scholarship fund  has been
established by Professor Margaret Street and augmented  by
donations from other sources.    The annual  income provides
a scholarship for a graduate student in Nursing.    The award
will be made to a student who needs financial assistance and
who has outstanding  personal and professional qualifications. 5815.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'A'
New awards recommended to Senate     (continued)
The Council for Exceptional  Children Samuel  Laycock Book Prize -
A book prize to the value of $100,  gift of Vancouver Chapter 257,
The Council for Exceptional Children,   is offered annually  in all
fields and faculties dealing with exceptional children,   such as
psychology,  psychiatry,  medicine,  education,  and open to all
students,  undergraduate or graduate,  who have an  interest in
exceptional children and  have shown an aptitude for study and
investigation concerning them.     Selection of the winner will  be
made by the University from nominations submitted  by the
appropriate departments to a Committee named by the Dean
of Education.     Nominations must be submitted  by May  1st.
The Bruce Marshall Award - Established by the Physics Society
of The University of British Columbia,   this award of $50 will  be
presented  to the student who,   having won no other  private award,
grant,  fellowship,   or  scholarship,   has  in the opinion of the
instructor contributed  the most to the quality of class discussion
in the Honours Section of Physics 308.
Metallurgy Trust Fund Scholarships - The Metallurgy Trust Fund
was established to receive donations and payments from  industries
which benefit from consultations with Metallurgy Faculty.     From
this fund,   scholarships  in the amount of $400 will  be awarded  to
students entering  the Second Year or Third Year  in Metallurgical
Engineering.    The number of scholarships may vary from year
to year depending on the quality and number of applicants.
Awards will be made on the basis of both merit and  need,  on
the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Metallurgy.
The M.S.A.   Entrance Scholarship in Dentistry - A scholarship
of $750 a year for two years  is awarded annually to a student
beginning studies in the Faculty of Dentistry toward the degree
of D.M.D.      The award will  be made on the recommendation of
the Dean of Dentistry to a student selected on the basis of
outstanding promise and personal qualities.     Renewal of the
scholarship for the Second Year will  be subject to maintenance
of satisfactory standing and  progress. 5816.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'A'
New awards recommended to Senate     (continued)
British Columbia Provincial  Executive,  Ukrainian Women's Association
of Canada Prize - A prize of $50,  gift of the British Columbia
Provincial  Executive,   Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada,   is
offered annually to a student with the highest academic achievement
in Ukrainian.    The award will  be made on the recommendation of the
Instructor in the course. 5817.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
A    =    new courses or substantial changes
B    =    minor changes   (approved unless otherwise indicated)
FACULTY OF LAW
A     New courses
B     Changes
Law     446   (li)   Seminar on Non-Western  Legal
Systems
465   (1i)  Seminar on Women and  the Law
208   (1)    Advanced Taxation
246   (1)     Legal Ethics
215,   225 - change in unit value and  hours
277,   279,   281,   *501,   *503  - change in
unit value
SCHOOL OF NURSING
*see page 5801  re numbering of these
courses.
457A number changed  to 434
A      New Courses
N.110   (6) The Well  Person
N.112   (3) Human Behavioural Science
N.115   (6) Maturational  Problems of the
Well  Person
N.210   (8) The Person with Problems
Related to Loss I
N.215  (6) The Person with Problems
Related to Loss II
N.310   (6) Maturational  Problems of Individuals
and Families
N.320   (1i)        Elementary Statistics and  Research
Methodology
N.410   (6) Individuals and Families
Experiencing  Loss
N.420   (3) Nursing and  the Changing Society
N.425   (3) Independent Study in Nursing
Microbiology  153   (1£)  Applied Microbiology
Zoology 153   (3)  Human Biology 5818.
Wednesday,   February 21,   1973.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals     (continued)
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
B     Changes Pharmacy 340,   345 and 440 - change in
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