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 Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4065
The fifth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of
British Columbia for the Session 1968-69 was held on Wednesday,
January 8, 1969 at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room,
Administration Building.
Present:  Dean W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C S.
Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Dr. M. Bloom, Mr. C B. Bourne, Mr. F. K. Bowers,
Mr. C. M. Campbell Jr., Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. R. M.
Clark, Dean I. McTaggart-Cowan, Dr. D. H. Copp, Dean C F. Curtis,
Mr. W. A. Ferguson, Mr. D. A. Freeman, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C
Gibson, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. D. T. Kenny, Mr. K. M. Lysyk, Dean J. F.
McCreary, Mr. Justice J. MacDonald, Dr. C. A. McDowell, Mr. I. S. McNairn,
Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. F. A. Morrison, Mr. D. Munton, Dr. J. M. Norris,
Dr. H. P. Oberlander, Dr. A. J. Renney, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. C
Rosenbluth, Mr. S. A. Rush, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Dean M. Shaw, Acting Dean
C E. Smith, Dr. J. H. C Smith, Dr. R. W. Stewart, Mr. M. Waldman,
Dr. Wm. A. Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams, Acting Dean
J. H. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. T. A. Myers, Mr. J. F. Stott.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor J. M. Buchanan, Dr. F. K. Hare (President), Mr. R. M. Bibbs,
Mr. D. M. Brousson, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Dr. W. D. Finn, The Hon. Howard C.
Green, Dr. N. A. Hall, Dr. W. S. Hoar, Mr. V. J. Housez, Mr. J. S. Keate,
Dr. H. L. Kennleyside, Dean Helen McCrae, Dr. G. J. Parfitt, Mr. J. V.
Rogers, Dr. M. W. Steinberg, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mrs. B. E. Wales,
Dr. H. V. Warren.
The Chairman opened the meeting by explaining that the President
was in Eastern Canada and would be going to England. He would return
via New York where he would be honoured by the American Meteorological
Society and on January 30 would be representing the University at the
installation of Dr. A. W. R. Carrothers as President of the University
of Calgary. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4066
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Attention was drawn to an error on Page 4037 after the motion.
It was agreed that item (i) only of the recommendations of the Faculty
of Law had been referred to the Admissions Committee.
Mr. Lysyk )      That the Minutes oh the hourth
Dean Shaw )      regular meeting oh Senate hoi
the Session 196%-69 having been
circulated, be taken as read
and adopted wiXh the above
amendment to Page 4037.
Carried
Business Arising from the Minutes
Committee on Enrolment Policy
It was reported that the following additions had been made to
this Committee:
Mr. L. C R. Crouch, Mr. A. J. Tilley, Mrs. B. E. Wales,
Mr. D. Zirnhelt.
Dean Curtis )     That Senate approve the additions
Dr. Copp  )     to the membership oh the Committee
on Enrolment Policy.
Carried
Submissions to the Perry Committee
The report of the Committee of Deans to the Perry Committee had been
circulated to members of Senate, together with a report of the Presidential
Advisory Committee on Internal and External Aspects of University
Government.
Dr. J. H. Young spoke to the report on behalf of Dr. N. A. Hall, the
Committee Chairman, who was unable to attend the Senate meeting. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4067
Submissions to the Perry Committee (Continued)
Dr. Young briefly outlined the recommendations of the report,
explaining that the Committee had been set up to advise the President,
through Senate, whether to approve the report of the Committee of Deans
or revise it. The Committee had made comparisons with briefs submitted
independently by the Faculty Association and the Alumni Association and
was in substantial agreement with the proposals put forward by the
Committee of Deans subject to a few observations and amendments.
Briefly, the Deans had recommended two committees:
1. A Council on University Affairs, made up of the Presidents
of the three Universities, possibly one Board members and
one faculty member from each Senate; thus the membership
would be drawn entirely from the Universities.
2. A Commission on University Finance, with three full-time
members with extensive academic experience but no existing
connections with the institutions, and lay members broadly
representative of the public at large.
The amendments recommended by the Presidential Advisory Committee
are condensed as follows:
1. To avoid the connotation of "academic" vs. "financial", the
committee recommended that the "Commission on University
Finance" be changed to the "Commission on Universities".
2. That the composition of the Council on University Affairs
be set-out more specifically as follows: Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4068
Submissions to the Perry Committee
2. (Continued)
The President of each university
One member of the Board of Governors of each university
One academic member of Senate from each university.
3. That the following be substituted for Item (f) on Page 4
of the Deans' brief:
(f) to advise the Minister of Education on the
relation of the planning and development of
other post-secondary educational institutions
to the universities.
4. "The suggestion that the Commission consist of 'full-time'
and 'part-time' members may carry some undesirable
connotations. This may be avoided to some extent by defining
the Commission as a nine-man commission, three of whom shall
be full-time Commissioners with extensive academic experience.
"An alternative to this may be to define it as a three-man
Commission linked-up with an Advisory Board that would be
broadly representative of the public at large."
5. The Presidential Advisory Committee reinforced the
suggestion of the Committee of Deans that the Commissioners
should not be representatives of the three universities.
It was stressed that the emphasis should be on their having
extensive academic experience.  It was pointed out that it
was not the intention that each university should "name" a Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4069
Submissions to the Perry Committee
5.  (Continued)
a representative to the Commission, and every attempt
should be made to avoid the conflicts of interest that such
a system would create.  It was recommended that if a
commissioner at the time of his appointment were associated
with any university, he be granted an extended leave of
absence to serve on the Commission.
The Committee recommended that their report be forwarded to the Perry
Committee for consideration as recommendations and amendments to the
report of the Committee of Deans, with the support of the University
Senate.
Concern was expressed that it may be too late and it was suggested
that Senate request assurance that this material could be considered.
The Chairman agreed to write to Dr. Perry on behalf of Senate.
Dr. McDowell )    That Senate support the recommendations
Dean Curtis )    oh the Presidential Advisory Committee
on Internal and External Aspects oh
University Government and that these
be horwarded to the Perry CommiXXee.
Consideration was given to changing the recommendations for membership of the Commission on University Finance (Commission on Universities)
but no formal recommendation was made.
Whilst the recommendations of Dr. Hall's Committee indicated in the
last paragraph on the first page that a case had not been made for a
single university system with a single board, it was suggested that the Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4070
Submissions to the Perry Committee  (Continued)
case had not been made against such a system and that while there would
be an obvious loss of autonomy, there were, nevertheless, definite
advantages to a federated system, namely that it would provide a mechanism
for uniting academic and financial judgements so that the two would not
be separated; the universities could present a single brief to the
Government with all the difficulties ironed out before the brief reached
the Government; it would provide the possibility of establishing existing
elements in the university system and of cultivating new elements that
were desirable; and it would provide a ready-made basis for the rationalization of the distribution of supporting services, such as the library.
It was also suggested that the autonomy of the individual units could and
would be quite effective in a federated system.
Dr. Young explained that one of the reasons that the committee had
not considered a federated system was the lack of time.
Concern was expressed that whilst a federated system might well be
unacceptable to our smaller sister universities, it was not desirable
that we should imply a unanimous opinion when we had not had time to
consider the system fully.
Dr. Gibson )      That Senate make no submission to
Dr. Webber )     the Perry Committee at this time.
Lost (20:13)
Concern was again expressed that we were perhaps not in agreement
with the decision not to recommend a federated system and the following
amendment to the motion to refer the report to the Perry Committee with
Senate's support was moved: Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4071
Submissions to the Perry Committee  (Continued)
Dr. Copp   )     That the last paragraph at the h°°t
Dr. Stewart )     oh Page 1 oh the report oh the
Presidential Advisory Committee
on Internal and External Aspects
oh University Government be deleted.
This amendment was strongly supported since this paragraph had
indicated that all the submissions had rejected the idea of a federated
system, whereas this was not the case.
Carried
(2 against)
The original motion with the above amendment was then carried.
Notifications of approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate recommendations (Subject to funds being available, where applicable)
(a) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies that the name and
scope of the Institute of Earth and Planetary Sciences be
changed - the new title being "Institute of Astronomy and Space
Science".
(b) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies that an M.Sc. degree
in the field of Human Nutrition be offered by the School of
Home Economics.
(c) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies that a Ph.D.
programme in Slavonic Literature be instituted.
(d) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies that a Master's
degree without thesis be permitted in the M.A., M.Sc, M.B.A.
and M.F. degree programmes, and changes in regulations governing Masters' degrees - the new regulations to apply to students
currently enrolled.
(e) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies that the title of
the Master's degree in Agriculture be changed from M.S.A. to
M.Sc
(f) Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to offer two new
courses Anthropology 545 and Sociology 545.
(g) Proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer Asian Studies 335
extra-sessionally in Japan in the summer of 1969. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4072
Notification of approval by the Board of Governors
of Senate recommendations  (Continued)
(h) Proposal of the Faculty of Arts that extra-sessional courses
be offered May/July, 1969, as recommended to Senate at its
meeting of December 4, 1968.
(i) Proposal of the Faculty of Pharmacy to change its name to
"The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences" and to change the
designation of the degree in Pharmacy from B.S.P. to
B.Sc(Pharm).
(j) Proposal of the Faculty of Science for changes in the procedure
for determining degree standing for honours and major students.
Senate Membership
It was reported that Mr. W. T. Brown, an appointee of the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council, had tendered his resignation and had written to the
Minister of Education asking that he be replaced. He regretted severance
of this close association with the University that was necessitated by
pressure of other commitments that prevented his attendance at Senate
meetings.
Dr. Young )      That a vote oh thanks be passed
Dr. Copp )      to Mr. Brown hor his interest in
the University in the past.
Carried
Report of the President
Dean Gage reported that Dr. Hare had passed a suggestion to the Long-
Range Objectives Committee to consider the possibility of a committee or
group that might consider the formulation of experimental programmes.
Dr. Belshaw informed Senate that this was in fact already under discussion
by his committee. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4073
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dr. Morrison)     That the new awards shown in
Dr. Young  )     Appzndix  A be accepted, subject
to the approval oh thz Board oh
Governors, and that letters oh
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal of the School of Home Economics for an Honours Programme in
Human Nutrition to be added to the existing Foods and
Nutrition Programme
The report of the Committee indicated that the original proposal
to split the existing programme in Human Nutrition and Dietetics into
a Major Programme in Human Nutrition and a Major Programme in Dietetics
had been withdrawn because these programmes would not differ
substantially from the current one. The report supported the proposal
to establish an Honours Programme in Human Nutrition provided the
programme was approved by the Council of the School of Home Economics.
Mr. Bourne)   That the proposal oh the School
Dr. Gibson)   oh Home Economics to establish an
Honours Programme in Human Nutrition
be approved.
It was suggested that the title should be "Human Nutrition" and
not just "Nutrition" as had been shown on the Agenda.  This could
cause confusion with Animal Nutrition and other such programmes.
Dr. Lee, the Director of the School, agreed the title on the Agenda
was incorrect. The motion was then carried. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4074
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee (Continued)
Proposal of the Faculty of Education to introduce one-year Diploma
Programmes in (a) Education of the Mentally Retarded; (b) Education
of Children with Learning Disorders; and (c) Education of Young
Children
The report of the Committee recommended approval of the
proposal.
Mr. Bourne)       That the three new One-year diploma
Dr.  Smith )        Programmes recommended by the Faculty
oh Education be approved.
Carried
Proposal of the School of Physical Education to offer a degree
of Bachelor of Recreation
The Chairman of the New Programmes Committee explained that the
Committee was not ready to report on this item but hoped to do so at
the next meeting of Senate.
It was suggested that in considering the proposal the Committee
might take into consideration the reaction in non-academic circles
to such a title.
Curriculum Committee
The Chairman of the Curriculum Committee was unable to attend the
meeting and had asked that the report of the committee be deferred.
It was agreed that only items that were not satisfactory to the
Curriculum Committee among the curriculum proposals contained in
Appendix 'B' of the previous meeting's Minutes, would be returned to
Senate. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4075
Reports of Committees of Senate  (Continued)
Admissions Committee
The Chairman explained that the material from the Senate Admissions
Committee was not in the form of a proposal but was an outline of the
existing admissions policy. Discussions had taken place with the
junior colleges such as Vancouver City College, Capilano College,
Selkirk College, and others, and the registrar hoped to put a statement
in the calendar for 1969-70 to clarify the procedures in the transfer
of college students to the University.
Members of Senate were invited to study the report and to raise
questions concerning it at the next meeting of Senate.
Dean Cowan reported that the Academic Board had recently held a
meeting with representatives of various institutions and he promised
to bring the report of the Academic Board forward to Senate.
The Senate concurred in the recommendation of the Admissions Committee
that the reference to the possible requirement of the Law School Admission
Test for applicants to the Faculty of Law in 1970 be included in the
1969-70 calendar.  Senate approval would be sought by the Faculty of
Law if and when it was considered desirable to make the taking of the
test mandatory.
Committee on Enrolment Policy
Dean Cowan spoke to the report explaining that the task of the
Committee had been to make recommendations to meet the problems to be
faced in September 1969. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4076
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Enrolment Policy  (Continued)
Dean Cowan )     That the report oh the Committee
Dean White )     on Enrolment Policy bz accepted.
A discussion followed on the recommendations contained in Item 2 of
the report. Whilst the recommendations would only make a reduction of
280 students, it was considered too late to make any drastic changes in
admission requirements by September 1969.
Dr. Stewart       )       That tie hin>i paragraph oh
Dean McCreary    ) Intern 2 oh the report be deleted
and that Senate approve the
hollowing specihic recommendations
oh the Committee on Enrolment
Policy:
(a) That students seeking admission on the basis of Grade XIII
be required to meet the same standing as those admitted from
junior colleges; this would mean an overall average of 60%
on the five subjects of a full study programme; students
presenting only four or three subjects would be admitted with
an average on the subjects presented of 65%.
(b) That the concession be removed of permitting a First Year
student who has passed two courses in a failed year to repeat
the year at the University, with provision for appeal to the
Senate Admissions Committee.
(c) That a student in the Second Year of the Faculties of
Agricultural Sciences, Arts, Education, Science (or in the
Schools of these Faculties) or in First Year Commerce who
passes in less than 6 units (i.e. does not pass in at least two
full courses of a five or six course programme) be required to
withdraw for at least one year, with provision for appeal to
the Senate Admissions Committee.
Carried
Concern was expressed that the above recommendations were inadequate
to provide the relief necessary and that consideration should still be
given to raising the admission requirements for 1969-70 in view of the
fact that there was a clause in the 1968-69 calendar indicating the
University's intention of restricting enrolment to match available facilities. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4077
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Enrolment Policy  (Continued)
Dr. Gibson )      That the Committee on Enrolment
Mr. Bowers )     Policy be requested to ascertain
what the consequences would be
both to the University and to the
students who would not be admitted
ih the admission requirements hoi
all Freshmen were raised to 65%
hor September 1969.
It was requested that this informational report be available for
the next meeting of Senate.
In further discussion of the motion it was pointed out that budget
changes closely reflected the enrolment figures and that a reduction
in the number of students to be admitted would require a concurrent
reduction in the budget estimates. The motion was then carried.
It had been made clear that every effort was being made to make the
best possible use of the facilities available and an investigation was
being conducted into the extended use of lecture rooms and laboratories
by increasing the hours of their use.
Dean Cowan ) That the Committee on Enrolment
Dean White ) Policy in conjunction with the Long-
Range Objectives Committee, be urged
to take immediate steps to investigate
a policy ahhtcting the admission oh
students to thz University in September
1970 and thereahter, and hor the promotion
oh students enrolled in the Winter Session
oh 1969-70 and in subsequent years.
Carried
It was stressed that in order that adequate notice be given to those
concerned the statement of policy should be available by September 1969.
Dr. Belshaw stated that the Long-Range Objectives Committee hoped to
have its report available for Senate's consideration in May. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4078
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Enrolment Policy  (Continued)
Dean Cowan )       That enrolment in First Year
Dean Armstrong )       Architecture be restricted to 70,
hor the Session 1969-70 without
prejudice to policy in huXure
years.    Furthermore, that no
reherence be made in the Calendar
hor 1969-70 to the IMriitaXion
on the size oh the First-year class.
Carried
It was agreed that paragraph 3 of the report should be deleted.
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Replacement of existing four-year general programme and five-year
Honours Programme by:
(a) Four-Year Major Programme
(b) Four-Year Double-Major Programme
(c) Four-Year Honours Programme
This proposal had been passed to the Curriculum Committee by
the Senate Agenda Committee.
Dean Shaw )   That the abovz proposal oh thz
Dr. Renney)   Faculty oh Agricultural Sciences
be approved subject to no objections
being raised by the Curriculum
Committee oh Senate.
A discussion followed on the proposed electives and members
were asked to submit their comments in writing to the Chairman of
the Senate Curriculum Committee as quickly as possible.  The
proposal would not be returned to Senate unless there were objections
from the Curriculum Committee.  The motion was then carried. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4079
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences  (Continued)
Course Proposals
Dean Shaw )   That the course proposals  hl°m
Dr. Renney)  the Faculty oh Agricultural
Sciences listed in Appendix 'B'
be approved subject to no objections
being raised by the Senate Curriculum
Committee.
Carried
Faculty of Applied Science
Dean Armstrong)    That the course and curriculum
Mr. Miller   )   proposals recommended by the
Faculty oh Applied Science contained
in Appendix 'B' be approved subject
to no objections being raised by the
Senate Curriculum Committee.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to offer an M.Sc. Programme in Audiology and the
Speech Sciences
This item had been referred to the New Programmes Committee by
the Senate Agenda Committee.
Dean Cowan  ) That the proposal to  o^eA an M.Sc.
Dean McCreary) programme in Audiology and Speech
Sciences as recommended by the
Faculty oh Graduate Studies be
approved subject to no objections
being raised by the New Programmes
Committee.
Carried Wednesday, January 8, 1969,
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies  (Continued)
Proposal to change the name of the M.S.P. Degree
Dean Cowan )
Dean Riedel)
That the name oh the Master's
degiee in Pharmaceutical Sciences
be changed f{Aom M.S.P. to M.Sc.  as
lecommended by the Faculty oh
Graduate Studies.
New Courses and Course Changes
Dean Cowan )
Dr. Norris )
That the new courses and course
changes recommended by the Faculty
oh Graduate Studies listed in
Appendix 'B' be approved subject
to no objections being raised by
the Senate Curriculum Committee.
4080
Carried
Carried
The Academic Year  (1969-70)
The draft of the section on the Academic Year for inclusion in the
General Information Bulletin had been circulated. The Registrar was
requested to insert a date for the last day of lectures in the first
term.  It was explained that this had been deliberately left out since
there was uncertainty concerning Christmas Examinations, but to assist
professors to estimate the number of lectures to be available at least
a tentative date was requested.
In connection with Christmas Examinations, Mr. McNairn requested
that the Registrar investigate overlapping in Arts and Education where
students registered in one faculty and taking courses in another had had
problems with their Christmas Examination timetables. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4081
The Academic Year  (1969-70)  (Continued)
The Academic Year was approved with minor changes on Pages 4 and 5.
Senate Elections
It was suggested that all members of faculty were not fully aware of
the procedures for Senate elections and it was reported that members of
faculty had expressed a desire that faculty representatives on Senate
serve for one year only, with a provision for overlapping of terms.  It
was also suggested that the question of replacements for faculty members
on leave of absence needed further consideration.
Dr. Belshaw )    That the Committee on the Role and
Dr. Clark  )    Organization oh Senate be asked to
investigate existing procedures h°i
zlzction oh members oh Faculty to
serve on Senate and hor the methods
oh replacing members oh Faculty on
Senate who go on leave oh absence.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at 10:20 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 26, 1969.
Secretary
Confirmed,
PliQ*lrman. \m^
Chairman Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4082
APPENDIX 'A'
Summary of New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Armstrong, Brawner and Speton Scholarship
This scholarship of $300, gift of Armstrong, Brawner and Speton,
Barristers and Solicitors, will be awarded to a deserving Second Year
Law student who, in the opinion of the Selection Committee of the
Faculty of Law, shows good scholastic ability and proven character,
responsibility and initiative, and who is not the recipient of any
other legal scholarship.
British Columbia Institute of Agrologists, Dean Blythe A. Eagles Bursary
A bursary of $75, a gift of the British Columbia Institute of Agrologists
in honour of Dean B. A. Eagles, Dean Emeritus of Agriculture, for his
outstanding contributions to the profession of agrology, will be awarded
annually to a student who has completed at least one year in the Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences. The award will be made on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences to a student with high academic
standing and awareness of the role of agricultural sciences in the
modern world.
Canada Western Cordage Co. Ltd. Student Aid Fund
Established by Canada Western Cordage Co. Ltd., Vancouver, this revolving
loan fund provides assistance to students in any year and faculty who
have satisfactory academic standing and need financial help. Provided
they apply early in the session, preference will be given to sons and
daughters of employees of the Company. Terms and conditions for repayment of each loan will be decided by the University on the basis of
the applicant's financial circumstances.
The Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Scholarship in Commerce
Four scholarships, each of the value of $250, are offered by Canadian
Forest Products Ltd. to students in Commerce and Business Administration.
Two of these awards are open to students entering the penultimate year
and two are open to students entering the final year. Awards will be
made on the basis of ability and academic standing. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4083
Summary of New Awards Recommended to Senate (Continued)
The Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Scholarships in the Combined Biology
and Forest Biology Honours Programme
Two scholarships, one of $250 and the other of $200, the gift of
Canadian Forest Products Ltd., are offered to students proceeding to
the Third or Fourth Year of the B.Sc. programme in honours Biology and
Forest Biology. The awards will be made on the basis of ability and
academic standing.
C.H.A.P. Copy Ltd. Scholarship
A scholarship of $100, gift of C.H.A.P. Copy Ltd., is offered annually
in the Faculty of Law.  It will be awarded on the recommendation of the
Selection Committee of the Faculty to a worthy student who has a good
academic record and is deserving of financial assistance.
The Mabel Johnston Scholarship in Nursing
This scholarship, established through a bequest from Mabel Johnson, a
graduate of Nursing '28, is offered to a student proceeding to the
Master's degree in Nursing. The award will be made on the recommendation
of the School of Nursing.
The Northwest Survey Corporation Scholarship
A scholarship of $100, gift of the Northwest Survey Corporation, is
offered annually to a student in Civil Engineering in the Faculty of
Applied Science.  It will be awarded to a student on completion of his
Third Year, who is proceeding to the Final Year of Civil Engineering.
The award will be made on the basis of his academic standing in general
and his demonstrated interest in surveying, mapping and photogrammetry
in particular. The recipient will be seleted by the Department of
Civil Engineering. Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4084
APPENDIX ,'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes referred
to the Senate Curriculum Committee
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Proposal to replace the existing four-year general course programme
and five-year honours course programme by:
(i)       a four-year major programme
(ii)     a four-year double major programme
(iii)     a four-year honours programme
Course proposals
Agricultural Sciences
Change:        Agriculture 100 changed to:
Agricultural Sciences 101 (3) Concepts and Resources
in Agriculture I.
Agriculture 300 - name changed to Agricultural
Sciences 300
Agricultural Economics
New: 400 (2) Enterprise Evaluation
408 (3) Research Methods
Changes:      300 -  change in unit value
423 -  change in unit value
deletions:     200, 402, 420
Agricultural Mechanics
Changes:       303 description changed
414 title and description changed
415 title changed
423 unit value reduced
Animal Science
New: 418 (3) Environmental Physiology
Changes: 313 change in unit value and description
318 change in unit value and description
322 description changed Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4085
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Animal Science (Continued)
Changes:
413
420
unit value reduced - prerequisite added:
(Animal Science 313)
prerequisite added: Chemistry 230
422 unit value increased
Dairying
Changes:
Deleted:
Fpod Science
New:
Changes:
301 transferred to Food Science as Food Science 403
406 transferred to Food Science as Food Science 302
413 transferred to Food Science as Food Science 413
200, 423, 425, 430
301 (1*5) Food Chemistry
303 (1*5) Dairy Products Technology
304 (l*s) Food Processing - Tissue Systems
305 (1*5) Food Processing - Fluid and Semisolid Systems
414 (1*5) Applied Microbiology
302 (1*5) Analytical Methods (formerly Dairying 406)
403 (1*5) Principles of Dairy Product Processing
(formerly Dairying 301)
413     formerly Dairying 413
Plant Science
New:
313
(3)
Genetics in Agriculture
Changes:
Courses
renumbered:
311
-
formerly Hort. 301
320
-
formerly Pl.Sc. 300
324
-
formerly Pl.Sc. 344
332
-
formerly Pl.Pr. 312
338
-
formerly Pl.Pr. 308
339
-
formerly Pl.Pr. 309
426
-
formerly Pl.Sc. 406
420
-
formerly Pl.Sc. 450
407 -  number changed to 413; unit value reduced and
title changed:  Plant Breeding
Plant Protection 409 - number changed to 433, title
and description changed: Crop Entomology Wednesday, January 8, 1969,
4086
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES  (Continued)
Poultry Science
Changes:
313
-
unit value, title and description changed:
Genetics in Agriculture
322
-
unit value increased
404
—
title and description changed to: Poultry
Management
406
"
title and description changed to: Product
Technology
413
-
unit value increased, title and description
423
-
changed: Advanced Genetics in Agriculture
unit value changed
Deletion:
306
Soil Science
New:
417
(1*5)
Interpretation and Use of Soil Survey
Information
Changes:
313
-
number changed to 413
314
-
description changed
404
-
description changed
406
-
number changed
416
-
title and description changed
417
—
number changed to 419
Miscellaneous
Courses
numbered 425 are now all designated Research
Proi
ect
(1*5 or 3)
Courses numbered 423 (Seminar) in each department are
all 1 unit.
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Civil Engineering
New:
465 Municipal Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal
466 Water Resources Engineering (Replaces part of
existing 465 and 466)
468 Basic Sanitary Engineering Concepts
469 Environmental Sanitation
Changes:      360 description revised
Engineering Physics
Changes:       Physics 409 - number changed to 459
Curriculum
Change:
Fourth Year: Delete Chem. 412 Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4087
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Animal Science
Changes:
520 - to be divided into two l*s-unit courses:
518    Advanced Animal Physiology I
520    Advanced Animal Physiology II
522 - to be divided into two l*5-unit courses:
Architecture
Change
Astronomy
Change:
Chemistry
Change:
521
522
505
Advanced Animal Nutrition I
Advanced Animal Nutrition II
title and description changed to:
Form and Structure
Geophysics 501 - to be double-listed as Astronomy 501
with same title and description
500 - title, description and unit value changed:
Advanced Physical Chemistry
Civil Engineering
New:
Education
New
544 (1) Water Resource Development I
555 (1) Water Resource Development II
558 (1) Water Resource Development Seminar
560 (1) Sanitary Engineering Design
562 (l*s) Sanitary Engineering Laboratory
563 (1%) Unit Operations & Unit Processes in Sanitary
Engineering
565 (l*s) Water Supply Engineering
567 (1*5) Water Pollution Control Engineering I
568 (1*5) Water Pollution Control Engineering II
531 (l*s) The Interview and Non-Standardized Measures in
Guidance Services
532 (1%) Tests in Pupil. Personnel Services
677 (1*5) Theories of Vocational Development
679 (1*5) Information Systems in Guidance and Counselling Wednesday, January 8, 1969,
4088
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Education (Continued)
Changes:
Forestry
New:
Geography
Changes:
German
Change:
History
New:
Metallurgy
Change:
Plant Science
535 -
578
to be divided into two l*5-unit courses:
534 Basic Principles of Testing
535 Test Construction
to be divided into two l*5-unit courses:
578 Counselling Theory and Procedures I
678 Counselling Theory and Procedures II
582 and 592 to be replaced by:
592 (l*s) Design and Analysis in Educational
Research I
682 (l*s) Design and Analysis in Educational
Research II
580 (1-3) Studies in Forestry Policy
590 (1-3) Studies in Forest Land Use History
502 -   title changed: Cultural and Historical Geography
511 -   title changed:  Modeling Techniques in Geography
534 -   number, title and unit value changed to:
509 - (l*s) Cultural and Historical Geography
542 -   title changed to: Urban and Transportation
Geography
548 -   unit value changed
589 (6)  Seminar in Diplomatic History
572 -   to be replaced by three 1-unit courses:
571 Solidification I
573 Solidification II
575 Phase Transformations
New:
516 (1-3) Advanced Landscape Horticulture Wednesday, January 8, 1969.
4089
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (Continued)
zpoiogy
New: 530 (2) Vertebrate Reproduction
Food Science
New:
Changes:
503 (1*5) Advanced Dairy Chemistry
504 (1*5) Sensory Properties of Food
513 (1*5) Advanced Cell Culture
Agriculture 500 - name changed to Food Science 500
Agriculture 530 - name changed to Food Science 530
Agriculture 549 - name changed to Food Science 549

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