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Array 10052.
May 22, 1991
The Ninth Regular Meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1990-91 was held on Wednesday, May 22, 1991 at 8.00
p.m. in Room 102, George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President D. W. Strangway (Chairman), Chancellor L. R.
Peterson, Vice-President D. R. Birch, Mr. S. Alsgard, Mr. D. A. Anderson,
Dr. A. P. Autor, Mr. J. A. Banfield, Miss K. Bentsen, Dr. M. A. Boyd, Dr.
D. M. Brunette, Professor P. L. Bryden, Rev. P. C. Burns, Professor E. A.
Carty, Dr. R. L. Chase, Dr. T. S. Cook, Mr. N. A. Davidson, Dr. K. Dawson,
Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. A. J. Elder, Dean J. R. Grace, Dr. S. E. Grace, Dr.
R. D. Guy, Dr. S. W. Hamilton, Mr. M. L. Hanik, Ms. A. Ironside, Dr. S.
Katz, Dr. J. G. T. Kelsey, Mr. 0. C. W. Lau, Mr. D. K. Leung, Dr. S. C.
Lindstrom, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Mr. S. W. T. Mak, Dean M. P. Marchak, Dean
B. C. McBride, Dr. H. McDonald, Dr. J. A. McLean, Dean J. H. McNeill, Mr.
W. B. McNulty, Dean A. Meisen, Dr. A. G. Mitchell, Ms. E. Onno, Dr. L.
Paszner, Mrs. S. K. Prpic, Miss C. L. Rankel, Professor R. S. Reid, Dr. P.
Resnick, Dean P. B. Robertson, Dean N. Sheehan, Dr. C. E. Slonecker, Dr. L.
de Sobrino, Miss S. Sterling, Mr. G. A. Thorn, Dr. A. Van Seters, Miss R.
Walia, Dr. D. A. Wehrung, Dr. R. M. Will, Dr. D. Ll. Williams, Ms. N. E. Woo.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dean
C. S. Binkley, Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. R. Bush, Dr. D. G. A. Carter, Dr. S.
Cherry, Ms. L. B. W. Drummond, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Mr. C. Fung, Mr. E. B.
Goehring, Dr. J. F. Helliwell, Dean M. J. Hollenberg, Dr. M. Isaacson, Mr.
J. Jacob, Dr. M. M. Klawe, Miss J. Lahey, Mr. S-H. Lu, Dr. R. J. Patrick,
Ms. B. M. Peterson, Dean J. F. Richards, Mr. M. M. Ryan, Mr. A. J. Scow, Dr.
G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. L. J. Stan, Mr. M. Sugimoto, Dr. R. C. Tees, Dr. J.
Vanderstoep, Mr. L. Waldman, Dr. W. C. Wright, Jr.
Senate Membership
Declaration of vacancies (University Act, section 35(6))
Dr. J. F. Helliwell - representative of the Faculty of Arts
President Strangway expressed thanks and appreciation to Dean P. T.
Burns, Rev. P. C. Burns, Dean P. A. Lusztig, and Dr. S. Katz who were
attending their last Senate meeting. 10053.
May 22, 1991
Minutes of the previous meeting
The minutes of the April 24, 1991 meeting were not available.
Business arising from the previous meeting
Senate Nominating Committee Membership  (p.10024)
Election of  two student representatives to serve on the Senate
Nominating Committee
Two student vacancies on the Nominating Committee had been declared
at the previous meeting.
Miss Kari Bentsen and Mr. Lome Waldman were nominated to fill the
vacancies.
Dr. Elder     ) That nominations close.
Mr. Lau      )
Carried
There being no further nominations,- Miss Bentsen and Mr. Waldman were
declared elected.
Chairman's remarks and related questions
President Strangway informed Senate that the memorandum from Dr. Birch
concerning English 100, item 12 on the agenda, would not be discussed at
this meeting.
President Strangway commented on the announcement of the provincial
budget and its implications as far as UBC is concerned. He stated that
although it was announced that the universities would receive 8.3%, this in
fact amounts to approximately 4.5% for UBC since everything has been rolled
into the 8.3% figure. He stated that although the university would get the
benefit of more than 4.5% in the case of increases for specifically 10054.
May 22, 1991
Chairman's remarks and related questions (continued)
earmarked items, this would not offset the increases that the university is
faced with in terms of unemployment insurance and GST costs. When these
fixed costs are taken into account, it appears that there will be
approximately a 2% increase in the operating base.
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) Proposal from the Faculty of Arts to limit enrolment to 250 for the
four years of the Bachelor of Music program.  (p.10008)
(ii) Proposal by the Faculty of Dentistry to offer a degree completion
program in Dental Hygiene - Bachelor of Dental Science (B.D.Sc).
(p.10008, 10020-1)
(iii) Proposal by the Faculty of Graduate Studies to establish a
Sustainable Development Research Institute,  (p.10012-3)
(iv) The Board approved the establishment of an Ombuds Advisory Committee
(representing the Board, the Senate and the A.M.S.) to recommend
initial policies and terms of reference; and that the matter then
return to the Board for further discussion,  (pp.9999-10002)
(President Strangway has asked Vice-President K. D. Srivastava  to
be the Board's representative.)
Candidates for Degrees
Lists of candidates for degrees, as approved by the various Faculties
and Schools, were made available for inspection by Senate members prior to
the meeting.
Dean McBride ) That the candidates for degrees and diplomas,
Miss Bentsen ) as approved by the Faculties and Schools, 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 10055.
May 22, 1991
Scholarships and Awards
A list of scholarships, medals and prizes awarded to students in the
graduating classes was circulated for information.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission requirements for the Ph.D. Program in Nursing
Dr. Will, Chair of the Committee presented the report. The Committee
recommended approval of the admission requirements for the Ph.D. program
in Nursing, subject to the second sentence being amended to read:
"Superior...may apply to transfer...". The statement now reads:
"The prerequisite for the Ph.D. program normally will be a Master's
degree in nursing which includes preparation in nursing theory
development and research methods. Superior M.S.N, students may apply
to transfer to the Ph.D. program after the first year of course work
has been completed. The Ph.D. program in nursing will conform to the
pertinent regulations of the Faculty of Graduate Studies."
Admission  requirements  for the Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program
(Pharm.D.)
Dr. Will explained that although this item was not on the agenda, the
Committee was ready to report on the admission requirements for the
program which the Curriculum Committee would be reporting on later in
the meeting.
Dr. Will reported that the Committee recommended approval of the
admission requirements, subject to minor amendments to the wording of
items 4.a. and b. in order to clear up the ambiguity in the wording
proposed by the Faculty. The statement, with the amendments included,
reads as follows: 10056.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission requirements  for the Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program
(Pharm.D.)  (continued)
1. A student may apply for admission to the Pharm.D. program by writing
to the Pharm.D. Program Admissions Committee, Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences, or the Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies.
2. Admission is competitive and class size is limited. All application
materials must normally be received by March 31 to be considered for
admission in the same year.
3. All students are admitted to the program only at the start of the
Winter Session (the beginning of September).
4. Applicants for the Pharm.D. degree must:
a) hold a Bachelor's degree in pharmacy or equivalent, with 80% or
higher in at least 12 credits of course work, and at least 74% in
the remaining course work in the last two years of the Bachelor of
Science in Pharmacy program.
b) be eligible for registration as a graduate with the College of
Pharmacists of British Columbia. A student with questions
regarding eligibility is encouraged to contact the College of
Pharmacists of British Columbia.
5. Applicants who have a Bachelor's degree, or its academic equivalent,
which does not meet the requirements of 4.a. above, but who have had
sufficient formal training and relevant professional experience to
offset such deficiencies may be granted admission on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and approval
of the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
6. A residency in hospital pharmacy practice and/or a minimum of one
year's pharmacy experience is preferred.
7. Admission to the Pharm.D. program will be in one of the following
categories:
a) Full standing:  Granted to applicants
requirements noted in 4 (above).
who have met both of the
b) Provisional  standing:   may
deficiencies in 4.b. (above).
be  granted  to  applicants  with
8. There must be clear evidence that the student is competent to pursue
studies  in the English language. Students may be required to
complete a satisfactory TOEFL before any offer of admission can be
made." 10057.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission requirements for the Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program
(Pharm.D.)  (continued)
Dr. Will      ) That the admission requirements for the
Dean McNeill  ) Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program (Pharm.D.)
be approved.
Carried
Admission  requirements  for  the  Ph.D.  Program  in  Curriculum and
Instruction
Dr. Will explained that this item also was not on the agenda but that
the Committee had examined the proposal and recommended approval,
subject to the reference to the Centre being expanded to read:  "...the
Centre for Curriculum and Instruction...:".  The statement reads as
follows:
Qualifications for the Ed.D. program currently include a thesis- or
course-based Master's degree with high standing in an appropriate
specialization. For the Ph.D. program, a thesis-based M.A., M.Sc,
or equivalent, will normally be required. In the absence of a
thesis, students will be asked to demonstrate competence in research
through a suitable project. As is currently the case, doctoral
applicants who are judged to have an inadequate preparation in either
Curriculum and Instruction or in research methodology will be
required to complete additional courses prior to admittance to the
doctoral program. Applicants will be screened in a two-tiered method
that builds on the close relationship between the Centre for
Curriculum and Instruction and the departments of the Faculty of
Education. For applicants who express an interest in a school
subject specialization, the file will be initially reviewed by the
graduate committee of the appropriate department or school. The
committee will be expected, in recommending the student, to propose a
suitable and qualified pro-tern advisor. The file will then be
assessed by the Centre's Graduate Admissions and Awards Committee
which is made up of members from across the Faculty of Education.
The appointment of the pro-tern advisor will be approved by the
faculty member's Department Head. Students currently enrolled in
Ed.D. programs at the Centre or in other curricular areas within the
Faculty would be eligible to apply for admission into the new Ph.D.
program, with their applications judged for the suitability of their
preparation and the nature of their research plans. Once the new
program is under way, students will not normally be allowed to
transfer between doctoral programs after their first year of
residence. 10058.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Admission  requirements  for  the  Ph.D.  Program  in  Curriculum and
Instruction (continued)
Dr. Will noted that although the Committee recognized the need
initially for this expanded statement so that students understand the
difference between the Doctor of Education and the Ph.D., it was the
Committee's view that after the program is under way the statement could
be modified.  Dean Sheehan confirmed that this was the intention of the
Faculty.
Dr. Will      ) That the admission requirements for the
Dean Sheehan  ) Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction be approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee  (see Appendix)
Dr. Sobrino, Chair of the Committee, presented the report.
Faculty of Arts
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Arts.  Dr. Sobrino reported that satisfactory negotiations
had taken place between Commerce and Economics concerning the statement
that credit may be obtained for only one of Economics 355 or 455 so
therefore the caveat on the report no longer applied.
Faculty of Applied Science
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Applied Science, with the exception of Electrical
Engineering 388, and subject to the following:
BIOE 250 the title should read:  Bio-Systems for Engineers and is
recommended for approval subject to approval by the Faculty of
Agricultural Sciences.  (N.B.  This course has since been approved by
the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.)
ELEC 389 - list CPSC 319 as an alternative course. 10059.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Education
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Education, subject to the following:
EPSE 421 - under the prerequisite statement, Education 421 should
read EPSE 421.
Faculty of Law
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Law.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals, and the
following new programs: Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, Doctor of
Pharmacy Degree Program (Pharm.D.), Master of Landscape Architecture
(M.L.A.), M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programs in Medical Genetics, Ph.D. Program in
Policy Analysis and Strategy, and a Ph.D. Program in Nursing.
With regard to the Ph.D. Program in Policy Analysis and Strategy, the
Committee recommended that the following paragraph be added to the
section under Preliminary Core:
"There will be the possibility for Ph.D. students in the program to
take relevant graduate seminars in Political Science and for Ph.D.
students in Political Science with interest in public policy to take
graduate seminars in this program."
Faculty of Medicine
The Committee recommended approval of a new course proposed by the
Faculty of Medicine. 10060.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Faculty of Science
The Committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the
Faculty of Science.
Dr. Sobrino   ) That the proposals of the Faculties of Arts,
Dean Grace    ) Applied Science, with the exception of
Electrical Engineering 388, Education, Law,
Graduate Studies, Medicine and Science, be
approved.
Dr. Kelsey drew attention to the proposals from the Faculty of Law
and asked if students could take Law 301 and 309 as well as Law 308
which appeared to be a combination of 301 and 309.  Professor Bryden
responded that it was his understanding that this was not the Faculty of
Law's intention.
In response to a query by Dr. Resnick, Dean McNeill said that he
thought that the Pharm.D. was now a clearly established degree and that
people who have the degree are people that work in health sciences
centres. He said that people had no difficulty in distinguishing
between this and a Ph.D. degree which is quite different. The Faculty
did not view this as taking students away from a Ph.D. program because
the Pharm.D. tends to attract students who want to take advanced
training on the clinical side of pharmacy rather than the research side.
In response to a query by Dr. Cook concerning the Ph.D. Program in
Nursing, Dean Meisen stated that there were seven outstanding faculty
members in the School of Nursing with doctoral preparation. Although
only four of these were in the discipline of nursing, this was not
unusual.  He stated that there were also a number of faculty members 10061.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
with research experience who have taught at the masters level at the
advanced stage. In addition, there were a number of members in the School
of Nursing who were currently off-campus pursuing doctoral studies in the
field of nursing so that the complement would be added to very shortly and
systematically. He stated that he was pleased that the University is
supporting financially a number of nursing faculty members to enable them
to obtain doctoral degrees in nursing. In conclusion, he stated that he
was very confident that Nursing had the necessary core group to deliver
this program and that he personally was satisfied with the expertise that
exists within the School.
The motion to approve the curriculum proposals from the various
Faculties was put and carried.
Electrical Engineering 388
Dr. Sobrino explained that there had been long discussions between
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering concerning the proposal of the
Faculty of Applied Science to introduce a new course, ELEC 388 Software
Engineering Methodology. It was the intention of Electrical Engineering
to replace Computer Science 319 and 310, which are required courses in the
Electrical Engineering Computing Option, with two courses in Electrical
Engineering, ELEC 389 and 388. As Senate was already aware, the Committee
had recommended approval of ELEC 389 provided that Computer Science 319 be
listed as an alternative course. However, in the case of ELEC 388, the
Committee felt that the concerns of Computer Science about the lack of
sufficient basic material were justified, in that students taking this
course would not be competent to proceed with upper level courses in 10062.
May 22, 1991
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (continued)
Computer Science. Under the circumstances the Committee felt that it
could not recommend approval of ELEC 388, which meant that Computer
Science 310 would continue to be the required course.
Dr. Sobrino   ) That Electrical Engineering 388 not be approved.
Dr. Katz     )
Dean Meisen expressed appreciation to the Senate Curriculum Committee
for their efforts in trying to resolve this problem. He stated that three
of the four issues, mainly accessibility, scheduling and workload had been
resolved.  In terms of course content and course orientation, however,
there remained a difference of opinion.  It was the conviction of the
Faculty of Applied Science that a more engineering oriented approach in
this course was desirable.  He noted that Computer Science had since made
some changes to the content of Computer Science 310, and also that there
might possibly be some changes made to their third and fourth year
offerings.  Consequently, the Faculty of Applied Science was prepared to
withdraw ELEC 388 at this point.
Dean Meisen   ) That the motion be tabled.
Dean McBride  )
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal for the restructuring of the Institute of Asian Research and
Creation of its Constituent Centres
It was stated in the material circulated that the Institute would be
restructured as follows: 10063.
May 22, 1991
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal for the restructuring of the Institute of Asian Research and
Creation of its Constituent Centres (continued)
"Reorganization of the Institute of Asian Research
(a) The Institute will be restructured and expanded to include Centres
of Area Studies. The post of Director of the Institute of Asian
Research has been combined with the Hong Kong Bank of Canada Chair
of Asian Research and is currently being advertised.
(b) Five new Centres of Area Studies will be created, devoted to the
expansion of research on each of these areas at UBC and linkages
with specific Asian areas. The Centres would be called:
(i) Centre for Japanese Research
(ii) Centre for Chinese Research
(iii) Centre for Korean Research
(iv) Centre for Southeast Asian Research
(v) Centre for South Asian Research
It is important that these Centres be established as soon as possible so
that activities such as seminars, research development and graduate
programs be expanded. This would not preclude the establishment of
other Centres within the Institute such as "Islamic Studies" or
"Buddhist Studies" if the need should arise.
Each Centre would have a Director with substantial academic expertise in
the geographic area represented. They would report to the Director of
IAR. UBC faculty, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, research
associates and visitors, Asian specialists and disciplinary specialists
working on Asia would be members of one or more of the Centres. All
active members of a Centre would be involved in advising the Director on
the programs of that Centre. A Director would call a meeting once per
term.
The Director of the IAR and the Directors of the Centres will form a
Management Committee of the IAR which will meet regularly. There will
also be a Steering Committee of Deans of appropriate Faculties which
will meet at such times that the affairs of the Institute of Asian
Research and/or its constituent Centres need review or assistance.
An Advisory Council should be created, made up of prominent members of
the academic, business and public sectors from both Canada and Asia. It
should meet at least once a year to consider the Institute's annual
report on its activities and to consider proposals for ongoing research
and programs."
In speaking to the proposal, Dean Grace stated that the Institute of
Asian Research has been in existence since 1978 and that it had played a
very positive role in promoting multidisciplinary research in Asia.  He 10064.
May 22, 1991
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal for the restructuring of the Institute of Asian Research and
Creation of its Constituent Centres (continued)
stated that there was a growing interest in Asia on the campus and that
there are approximately 115 courses offered on Asia.  He also noted that
there are over 60 graduate students studying topics related to Asia.  He
stated that the Asian Library was a major facility and was one of the best
Asian Libraries in North America.  The proposal, he said, had grown out of
a number of factors.  A review of the Institute had taken place in 1988,
and one of the results of the review was a recommendation for the
restructuring of the Institute along the lines being proposed.  It was
also consistent with the recommendation of Dr. Terry McGee, the Director
of the Institute. Dean Grace stated that the proposed restructuring would
allow more coordination at the local levels.  Implementation would take
place as soon as the Centres were ready to go.
Dean Grace    ) That the proposal for the restructuring
Dean Lusztig  ) of the Institute of Asian Research and
Creation of its Constituent Centres be
approved.
Dr. Van Seters asked how much consideration had been given to the
religious dimension, and also if there was any particular reason why this
had been downplayed in the proposal rather than integrated.
Dean Grace responded that there was no question but that the religious
aspects came very directly into both the social and political questions
being looked at, and he felt that the reason it was not mentioned was
perhaps because it was so inherent and so obvious.
The motion was put and carried. 10065.
May 22, 1991
Establishment of the Dr. Jean Templeton Hugill Chair in Anaesthesia
It was stated in the material circulated that in recent years great
progress has been made in the sophistication of techniques, monitoring of
vital signs and safety of anaesthesia administration. In addition, the
specialty has been predominant in acute and chronic pain management programs
and is a major contributor in staffing critical care areas. As high risk
patients become more common in teaching hospitals, the establishment of the
Dr. Jean Templeton Hugill Chair in Anaesthesia will provide a focus for
anaesthesiology research in the Faculty of Medicine, and will facilitate
development of exemplary programs of teaching and research which are vital
for the maintenance and enhancement of the highest standard of clinical care.
Dr. Birch     ) That the establishment of the
Dr. Slonecker ) Dr. Jean Templeton Hugill Chair in
Anaesthesia be approved.
Carried
Report from St. Mark's College
Father Burns presented the annual report to Senate from St. Mark's
College, which had been circulated for information.  Father Burns stated
that he had served on Senate as a representative of St. Mark's College since
1974.  As he had recently resigned as Principal of St. Mark's College, and
would therefore no longer be a member of Senate, Father Burns stated that he
wished to say how much he had appreciated the opportunity of participating
in the deliberations of Senate, and in particular Senate committees.
Report from Vancouver School of Theology
Dr. Van Seters presented the annual report to Senate from the Vancouver
School of Theology, which had been circulated for information. Dr. Van
Seters informed Senate that subsequent to the circulation of the report, 10066.
May 22, 1991
Report from Vancouver School of Theology  (continued)
negotiations between VST and the University concerning the possible use of
space in the Iona building had not materialized in the form anticipated.
Dr. Van Seters also drew attention to the section of the report dealing with
the relationship of VST to the University, and stated that the School would
like to have more dialogue with a number of departments on campus,
particularly the Department of Religious Studies.
The meeting adjourned at 9.15 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, September
11, 1991.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 10067.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Bio-Resource Engineering
New      BIOE 350 (3)   Biological Systems Engineering
Changes  BIOE 250 - change in description
BIOE 356 - change in title, description, hours, term
Deletion BIOE 357
Change in Program
Third Year
delete: BIOE 357
add: BIOE 350
move: BIOE 356 to second term
Civil Engineering
Changes  CIVL 301, 310, 316, 331, 402, 406, 416, 417, 418, 432, 434,
435, 441, 445 - changes in prerequisites/corequisites
Electrical Engineering
New     ELEC 389 (3)   Software Engineering Project
ELEC 487 (3)   Introduction to Robotics
ELEC 494 (3)   Real-Time Digital System Design
Changes in Programs
Computer Engineering
Second Year
Replace CPSC 118 and 210 by CPSC 128 and 216
Fourth Year
Add ELEC 494 as alternative to CPSC 415 or 416, and add to elective list
Regular Program
Fourth Year
Add: ELEC 487 and 494 to Group C in the "Electives" list
Engineering Physics
Changes in Programs
Fourth Year Core
Delete: requirement for one of PHYS 456 or 458 10068.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics
Changes in Programs  (continued)
All Options
Fourth Year
revocation of change, approved in November 1990, to reduce the technical
elective requirement of all options and the consequent restoration of
these requirements to their previous levels, as follows:
Opt. 1 - ELEC (8)
Opt. 2 - MECH (6)
Opt. 3 - METL (3)
Opt. 4 - GEOP (8)
At least 6 credits are to be chosen from Computer Science or an
engineering discipline related to Geophysics, chosen in
consultation with the Director of Engineering Physics.
Opt. 5 - CPSC (12)
Opt. 6 - OCGY (4)
Geological Engineering
Change in Programs
Fourth Year, Fuels and Minerals Option (Option 1)
replace GEOL 418 by GEOL 419 (3 credits) and GEOL 420 (3 credits)
amend footnote 2, to read:
Option 1 students specializing in Fuels will take GEOL 321 and 368;
those specializing in Minerals will take GEOL 419 and 420.
delete footnote 3
Fourth Year, Applied Geophysics Option (Option 2)
delete superscript to footnote 3 on GEOL 368.
For information: GEOL 418 - split into two courses:
GEOL 419 (3) and 420 (3)
Metals and Materials Engineering
Change in program
Fourth Year
Move MMAT 466 from second to first term.
Mining and Mineral Process Engineering
Change   MMPE 396 - change in title, description, prerequisite, hours 10069.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
All changes in Anthropology and Sociology are effective September, 1992,
with the exception of the change in credits for ANSO 100.
Change of program statement
under ANTHROPOLOGY; under Major - change to read:
First ad Second Years
Anthropology 100
Anthropology 103 and/or 140
3 credits chosen from other anthropology courses at the 200 level
Third and Fourth Years
30 credits in Anthropology and Sociology, including:
At least 3 credits from courses in each of the following areas:
(a) evolution and cultural ecology (ANTH 320, 325, 460)
(b) the anthropology of knowledge and power (ANTH 300,
312, 316, 331, 332, 333, 341, 413, 415, 417)
(c) the practice of anthropology (ANTH 317, 400, 407, 408,
409, 418, 424, 431)
6 credits from the following ethnographic area courses: ANTH 302-304,
315, 350-353, 401-405
Other courses to be chosen in consultation with a departmental adviser.
Also, students majoring in Anthropology must at some point in their course
of studies take either Linguistics 200 or Anthropology 317, or equivalent.
A course in social statistics such as ANTH 218 is also recommended as part
of an anthropology Major program.
Under Honours delete the third line under Admission to Third Year and
add:
Anthropology 100
Anthropology 103 and/or 140
3 credits in anthropology courses at the 200 level
Under Third and Fourth Years change to read:
36 credits in Anthropology and Sociology, including:
At least 3 credits from courses in each of the following areas:
(a) evolution and cultural ecology (ANTH 320, 325, 460)
(b) the anthropology of knowledge and power (ANTH 300,
312, 316, 331, 332, 333, 341, 413, 415, 417)
(c) the practice of anthropology (ANTH 317, 400, 407, 408,
409, 418, 424, 431)
6 credits from the following ethnographic area courses: ANTH 302-304,
315, 350-353, 401-405
Anthropology 449
Other courses to be chosen in consultation with a departmental adviser.
Also, students in the Honours Anthropology Program must at some point in
their course of studies take either Linguistics 200 or Anthropology 317
or equivalent. 10070.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology (continued)
Deletion ANTH 100
Changes  ANTH/SOCI 100 - change in credits to (3/6)d
ANTH 100 - change in number, title, description, credits to:
(3) (formerly 200)
ANTH 103 - change in number (formerly 203)
ANTH 140 - change in number (formerly 240)
ANTH 300 - change in title, description, hours, credits to:
(3/6)d
ANTH 218 - change in number, description (formerly 318)
Changes to Lists A and B - change the Anthropology entries under
List A and List B to read as follows:
List A
Anthropology 100(3), 103(3), 140(3), 204(3), 205(3), 206(6).
List B
Anthropology  201(3/6),  202(3/6),  213(3/6),  214(3/6),  215(3/6),
217(3), 218(3), 220(3), 221(3).
Change the notes at the beginning of the Anthropology course listings to
read as follows:
Notes:
1. Anthropology 100, 103, 140, 201, 202, 204, 205, 206, 213, 214, 215,
217, 218, 220, 221, 301, 320, 321, 322, 323, 325 and 329 are
general courses open to all students.
2. Anthropology 100 is a prerequisite to all other third- and
fourth-year courses unless permission of the instructor is
obtained. Some courses have additional prerequisites, as listed in
the descriptions.
Change to program statement
Under Undergraduate Courses change to read:
Anthropology 100, 103, 140, 201, 202, 204, 205, 206, 213, 214, 215, 217,
218, 220, 221, 301, 320, 321, 322, 323, 325, and 329 are general courses
open to all students.  Anthropology 301, 321, 322 and 323 cannot be
taken for Major or Honours credit.
Other courses listed in Courses of Instruction under "Anthropology" are
intended primarily for students in the Major and Honours programs.
Except for 449, these are open to non-Majors and students in the General
B.A.  Program with appropriate prerequisites or permission of the
instructor.
Anthropology 100 is prerequisite to all courses in the Department except
those described above as "general", unless specific permission of a
departmental adviser is obtained. 10071.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Economics
Changes  ECON 355, 455 - change in description
Linguistics
New      LING 434 (3)   Native Languages of Canada
Changes  LING 400, 401 - change in description
LING 433 - change in title, description, credits to (3)
LING 437 -change in number, title, description, credits to:
3/6)d (formerly 515)
Deletion LING 330
Slavonic Studies
New      RUSS 101 (3)   Basic Russian I
RUSS 102 (3)   Basic Russian II
Change   RUSS 200 - change in prerequisite
Sociology
Change in program statement to:
SOCIOLOGY
The Department of Anthropology and Sociology offers programs of study
that lead to the degrees of Ph.D., M.A., B.A.
Requirements for the B.A. degree
Major
First Year
Sociology 100
Second Year
Statistics 203 and at least 3 credits from Sociology 201, 210, 213, 214,
240, 250, 260
Third and Fourth Years
At least 30 credits of Sociology, including Sociology 310 and 350, and
at least one of Sociology 380, 381, 382, 383, all normally taken in the
third year.  Additional Sociology (and some Anthropology) courses taken
in consultation with a departmental adviser.
At least 6 credits must be from Sociology courses numbered between 400
and 495.
Sociology 300 can be taken by third-year and fourth-year students in
lieu of Sociology 100, but Sociology 300 does not count among the 30
credits of Sociology required in the third and fourth years. 10072.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Sociology (continued)
Honours
First Year
Sociology 100
Second Year
Statistics 203 and at least 3 credits from Sociology 201, 210, 213, 214,
240, 250, 260.
Admission to the Honours Program: A standing of 75% or better in
Sociology 100 and an overall second-class average in the second year are
required for admission to the third year.  Continuation to the fourth
year requires an overall second class average in the third year and an
average of at least 75% in the sociology courses taken in the third
year.  Outstanding students from the third-year major program may be
considered  for  admission  into  the  fourth-year  Honours  program.
Interested students should consult the sociology adviser.
Third and Fourth Years
A total of 72 credits including 42 credits in Sociology as follows:
- Sociology 310, 350 and 449;
- at least one of Sociology 380, 381, 382, 383;
- 15 additional credits of Sociology of which at least 6 credits must be
from Sociology courses numbered 400 and above, in addition to
Sociology 449.
- 30 additional credits of which at least six must be from another
discipline.
Undergraduate Courses
Sociology 100 is the prerequisite for all third-year and fourth-year
courses except Sociology 300, 301, 315, 330, 352, 360 425, 465.
Each May the department issues a booklet to inform students in detail
about courses that will be offered the following September.  Students
should obtain a copy in preparation for seeing the departmental adviser
and for registration.
Changes to List A and List B
Under List A change: Sociology 100(3), 201(1.5/3) to read:
Sociology 100(6)
Under List B change the Sociology entry to read:
Sociology 201,(3/6), 210(3/6), 213(3/6), 214(3/6), 215(3/6), 240(3/6),
250(3/6), 260(3/6)
Changes to notes in program statement
Change present notes 1 and 2 to read:
Note:  Sociology 100, 201, 210, 213, 214, 215, 240, 250, 260, 300,
301, 315, 330, 352, 360, 425, 465 do not have prerequisites listed after
the description of each course. 10073.
May 22, 1991
^^       APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Sociology (continued)
Change of course prerequisites
Sociology 302, 310, 312, 350,
354,
361,
368,
380,
381,
382, 383, 400,
410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415,
433,
460,
461,
462,
464,
466, 470, 473,
475, 484, 495
At the end of the description of each of these courses add the following:
Prerequisite: Sociology 100 or 300 (Ed. note:  All other prerequisites
unchanged)
Sociology 328, 418 - at the end of the description of these courses add:
Prerequisite: Statistics 203, and either Sociology 100 or 300.
Sociology 481 - at the end of the description add Sociology 381, and
either Sociology 100 or 300.
Changes  SOCI 466 - change in title, description
SOCI 100 - change in number, description (formerly 200)
SOCI 300 - change in number, description (formerly 366)
SOCI  218 - change  in number, description, prerequisites
(formerly 318)
SOCI 352 - change in title, description, credits to: (3/6)
SOCI 400 - change in title, description, credits to: (3/6)d
SOCI 100, 210, 425 - change in credits to: (3/6)d
SOCI 449 - change in credits to: (12)
Deletions SOCI 100, 220, 415, 450, 453, 467, 477, 490
Theatre and Film
Changes  THTR 410 -change in credits to: (3/6)d
Music
Deletions MUSC 150, 152
Changes  MUSC 153, 155 - change in hours, credits to: (4)
MUSC 154 - change in hours, credits to: (3)
New      MUSC 166 (1)   Intensive Chamber Ensemble
MUSC 169 (1)   Intensive Specialized Chamber Ensemble 10074.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Music  (continued)
Change in program description
Under the following Majors:
Ma^oruGtritar (CakNfarpacelOT)
Maj« fa Vcriee (Calendar paat 207)
Major bi Orchestral Instalment (Calendar page 208)
Major in Open (Calendar page 20B)
delete Hit present footnote 1 and substitute:
1 The secondary Instrument will ba piano except where a student elects another
Instrument after having met in full the minimum achievements fat piano for
second year (see p. 206). Secondary piano students will be auditioned. Those
Judged to have insufficient background to require private study will ba placed
initially In Music 141 (dan), and will, in second year, take either Music 241
(class) or Music 271 (private) as determined by the level of achievement in 141.
Under Major In Composition (Calendar paga 210) change as follows:
First Year
Second Year
107
'Composition I
6
207
Composition D
100
Theory of Music I
2
200
Theory of Music m
101
Theory of Music II
2
201
Theory of Music IV
105
Aural Skills I
2
205
Aural Skills U
120
Music in Society
3
220
History of Music HI
121
History of Music I
3
221
History of Music IV
'Music Performance
4
309
Instrumentation
'Ensemble
2
310
Orchestration
100
English
6
'Music Performance
Non-Music Elective
6
'Ensemble
Literature Requirement
Jt
36
35
Third Year
Fourth Year
300
Theory of Music V
3
'Theory Electives
301
Theory of Music VI
3
407
Composition IV (Recital)
307
Composition DI
6
'Music Performance
'Music Performance
4
306
Conducting
'Ensemble
2
Music Elective
'Music Elective
36
Non-Music Qective(s)
32
1 Composition t tt Is possible to commence a Major in composition after
beginning in another Major. In such a case the Composition Division will
decide whether the student must take all four composition courses.
1 Music Performance At least two credits of piano Is required each year. Students
may study ether at the concentration level (182.282,382.482) or at the
secondary level (172.272.372,472). If concentration is elected they wiQ be
expected to meet Jury requirements.
' Ensemble: The ensemble requirement for the four years is defined as 3 credits of
large ensemble, 2 credits of small ensemble, and 2 credits of ether.
* Music Elective Music 328 (at least 3 credits) is recommended as the third-year
music elective.
'Students will choose two courses from Music 410-415.
Under Major In Music Theory (Calendar
Change Fourth Year as follows:
Delete (309) Orchestration    4
add
(309) Instrumentation 2
(310) Orchestration 2
211) 10075.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Centre for the Study of Curriculum and Instruction
New     ECED 425 (3)   Advanced Studies in Curriculum Development:
Non-Graded Primary Programs
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Changes  EPSE 306, 313 - change in description, hours
EPSE 315 - change in title, description, prerequisite, hours
EPSE 390, 410, 421, 426 - change in prerequisite, hours
EPSE 406, 419, 436, 437 - change in description, prerequisite,
hours
EPSE 448 - change in title, prerequisite, hours
Change in Program
Degree Completion Courses
EPSE 317 (The Exceptional Child in the Regular Classroom)  3 credits
Social and Educational Studies
New      SSED 317 (2)   Curriculum Topics in Social Studies: Secondary
Changes  SSED 312 - change in description, prerequisite, hours, credits
to: (4)
Deletion SSED 314, 315, 316
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Civil Engineering
Changes  CIVL 572 - change in title, description
CIVL 522, 524, 528, 575, 577 - change in prerequisites
Deletions CIVL 576, 590, 592
Calendar statement (Graduate Studies section)
Remote Sensing Council
delete "Civil Engineering" in final paragraph of statement
Economics
New     ECON 567 (3)   Organization Theory and Nonmarket Allocation
Family and Nutritional Sciences
New     HUNU 500 (3)   Research Methods in Human Nutrition 10076.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Family Practice
New     FMPR 562 (3)   Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in
Family Practice
Fine Arts
New     FINA 580 (0)   Major Essay
Health Care and Epidemiology
Changes  HCEP 501 - change in title, description, prerequisite, and
credits from (3) to (3/6)
HCEP 517 - change in title
HCEP 519 - change in title, description, prerequisite
Language Education
New     MLED 575 (3)   Bilingual Education: Theory and Practice
Library, Archival and Information Studies
Change   LIBR 644 - change in description, credits to: (3)
LIBR 605 - change in credits to: (3)
Linguistics
Deletions LING 536, 537
Mathematics and Science Education
New      CSED 565 (3/6)d Special Course in Subject Matter Field
Medicine
Changes  MEDI 501, 502 - change in description
Music
Deletions MUSC 550, 552
New     MUSC 550 (4)   Large Instrumental Ensemble
MUSC 566 (1)   Intensive Chamber Ensemble
MUSC 569 (1)   Intensive Specialized Chamber Ensemble
Changes  MUSC 553, 555 - change in credits to: (4)
MUSC 554 - change in credits to: (3) 10077.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Oceanography
Change   OCGY 515 (3)   Water Waves
Pathology
Division of Medical Microbiology
Change in Calendar Statement
Division of Medical Microbiology
Graduate training in Medical Microbiology concentrated in areas of
Bacteriology, Parasitology or Virology, is provided for medical or
veterinary graduates, or baccalaureates with microbiology majors. Core
and elective courses emphasize Medical Microbiology instead of General
and Systemic Pathology.
Changes  MMIB 523, 526, 529 - change in acronym (formerly PATH)
MMIB 509 -
MMIB 524 -
MMIB 527 -
New
MMIB
MMIB
MMIB
MMIB
MMIB
MMIB
535
548
549
635
648
649
(2)
(l-6)c
(18)
(2)
(2-6)c
change  in  acronym,  title,  description
(formerly PATH)
change  in  prerequisite,  description  and
acronym, (formerly PATH)
change in description and acronym (formerly
PATH)
Seminar
Directed Studies for M.Sc.
Students
M.Sc. Thesis
Seminar
Directed Studies for Ph.D.
Students
Ph.D. Thesis
Theatre and Film
Changes  THTR 510, 525, 530 - change in credits to: (3/6)d
Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction
(see p.10057 for admission requirements)
Residence requirement: Students are currently allowed to apply for a
modified residence in the Ed.D. and Ph.D. degree programs in this
University. While this may be more appropriate for the Ed.D. program,
given the career demands of educational professionals,--the Ph.D. program
will normally require a full two years of residence in the academic
community. Students will have, as is the case with other doctoral
programs, six years from the point of initial registration to complete
the degree. APPENDIX 'B'
10078.
May 22, 1991
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction (continued)
Course Work: An appropriate Master's degree for this program will
ensure that the student has a broad selection of courses in Curriculum
and Instruction, as well as in research methodology. In accord with the
Faculty of Graduate Studies policy, the Candidate's Committee will
recommend sufficient courses to provide a strong background, appropriate
research skills, and a degree of subject specialization at doctoral
level in the student's chosen field of study. In addition, the Centre
will continue to require dosctoral students to complete six credits of
the Doctoral Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction (EDCI 601). The aim
will be to prepare Ph.D. students not only for their dissertation, but
also to contribute to the instructional program of a typical Faculty of
Education.
Comprehensive Examinations and Dissertaion: Students in the Ph.D.
program, as in the Ed.D. program, will sit a three-part comprehensive
examination in accordance with the regulations of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies. The examination will include papers in a) curriculum
theory, b) research methodology, and c) the student's area of
specialization, accompanied by an oral defence of the entire set.
Following the Comprehensive Examinations, the student will prepare a
formal dissertation proposal for approval by the Candidate's Committee
before proceeding to carry out the necessary research for their
dissertation.
Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program (Pharm.D.)
(see p.1056 for admission requirements)
Calendar statement:
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Under Fields of Study
add: Clinical Pharmacy
Under Degrees Offered
add: Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D.)
New courses
PHAR 501 (12)
PHAR 502 (4)
PHAR 570 (2)
PHAR 508 (4)
PHAR 533 (2-12)c
PHAR 534 (2-12)c
PHAR 5 35 (2)
Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics
Advanced Concepts in Pharmacokinetics
Physical Assessment
Advanced Applications in Clinical
Pharmacokinetics
Clinical Ckerkships I
Clinical Clerkships II
Pharm.D. Seminar 10079.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Doctor of Pharmacy Degree Program (Pharm.D.)  (continued)
Course requirements for the Pharm.D. Degree:
a) Year One: Credits
PHAR 501 Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics 12
PHAR 502 Advanced Concepts in Pharmacokinetics 4
PHAR 570 Physical Assessment 2
HCEP 506 The Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials 3
PHAR 508 Advanced Clinical Pharmacokinetics 4
PHAR 5 35 Seminar 2
*HCEP 400 or
equivalent Statistics 3
**PATH 425 Human Pathology 8
PHAR 554 Advanced Hospital Pharmacy Management 3
PATH 415 Immunopathology 2
♦Equivalent courses BIOL 300, STAT 200
♦♦Students will take systems pathology portion of course.
Directed self-study will be undertaken in topics in
General Pathology.
b) Year Two
PHAR 533 Clinical Clerkship I 12
PHAR 534 Clinical Clerkship II 12
PHAR 535 Seminar 2
Comprehensive Pharm.D. Examination _^
Total 69
Master's Program in Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.)
Calendar Statement:
Landscape Architecture - M.L.A. Degree
list Faculty members
Program
To fulfill the requirements of the degree of Master of Landscape
Architecture, the student must complete a 30 credit program. Part-time
study is allowed with the approval of the Landscape Architecture
Graduate Program Committee.  Full-time students normally complete this
program within two academic years.
The degree is designed for those who have a professional degree in
landscape architecture, or a related design discipline, and have some
experience in a design practice.  Consult the Landscape Architecture
Program for detailed application requirements such as portfolio and
statement of intent.  This post-professional program is not intended to
fulfil the  requirements for membership established by the British
Columbia Society of Landscape Architects or similar organizations in
other provinces of Canada. 10080.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Master's Program in Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.)  (continued)
Course of Study
This program allows the student to investigate an area of knowledge
within the broad field of landscape architecture in collaboration with
faculty who may be engaged in research or consulting activity in that
area. The research project is expected to synthesize existing knowledge
in landscape architecture and related fields to produce a new
understanding in the field. The synthesis may result in a creative work
and/or written report. The course of study is comprised of LARC 500 (0)
Seminar; LARC 520 (3) Advanced Design Methods and Theories; LARC 540
(3) Environmental Analysis for Site Planning; LARC 599 (12) Thesis;
500-level electives (6); and 300-level and above electives (6).
Entering students will be required to work out a course of study with an
advisor for approval by the Graduate Program Committee using the
Guidelines provided. Make-up courses may be required beyond the total
number of units normally prescribed for the degree, particularly for
candidates from design disciplines other than landscape architecture.
At least one statistics course is a prerequisite for applicants.
Area of Study
Research activities and thesis development will be focussed within two
broad areas:
Design Theory and Design Education
Environmental Planning and Management at the Site Specific Scale
New courses   LARC 520 (3) Advanced Design Methods and Theories
LARC 500 (0) Landscape Architecture Seminar
LARC 530 (3/6)d Directed Studies
LARC 540 (3) Environmental Analysis for Site Planning
LARC 599 (12) Master's Thesis
Change       LARC 510 - change in designation and number (formerly
PLNT 516)
M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programs in Medical Genetics
Calendar Statement:
The Department of Medical Genetics offers advanced study and research
leading to the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in a variety of areas of human
and medical genetics. The Department has particular strength in human
molecular genetics, genome analysis, developmental genetics, gene
therapy, cytogenetics, oncogenetics, immunogenetics, genetic
epidemiology, genetics of common disorders, and clinical genetics.
Required courses included MEDG 520, 530 and 540. In addition, M.Sc.
students must successfully complete MEDG 549 and at least 6 additional
credits in approved elective courses; Ph.D. students must successfully
complete a comprehensive examination and thesis (MEDG 649). 10081.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programs in Medical Genetics
Calendar Statement:  (continued)
Students admitted to the program will normally have an undergraduate
degree in science, including introductory courses in genetics,
biochemistry, and statistics.
New courses   MEDG 510 (3) Advanced Immunogenetics
MEDG 520 (3) Advanced Human Molecular Genetics
MEDG 540 (3) Seminar
MEDG 549 (12) M.Sc. Thesis
MEDG 649 Ph.D. Thesis
Change       MEDG 530 (6) - add description and prerequisite.
Ph.D. Program in Policy Analysis and Strategy
Revised Calendar Statement  (additions and changes underlined)
Ph.D. Degree
General
The objectives ...
Eight divisions of the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
• • •
Accounting, Finance ... Marketing, Policy Analysis and Strategy, Urban
Land Economics.
Within each of these general areas ...
These alternatives allow specialization in such areas as Transportation
or International Business, as well as programs of study ...
Ph.D. Program in Nursing
(see p.10055 for admission requirements)
Calendar statement:
"Ph.D. Degree
The School offers advanced research preparation leading to the doctoral
degree.  Faculty members are engaged in a variety of research programs,
facilitated through the School's Research Unit.  Community agencies and
institutions provide the clinical facilities for conducting research in
nursing."
FACULTY OF  L?W
New LAJ   308  (6) Canadian Constitutional Law
Lflrf   309  (3) Canadian Federalism
Change LftJ   301 - change  in title to:   Canadian Charter of Rights  &
Freedoms 10082.
May 22, 1991
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
Interdepartmental
New     INDE 475      Professional Dimensions in Medicine
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
New     BIOL 416 (3)   Principles of Conservation Biology
Chemistry
Changes  CHEM 301, 302, 312 - change in prerequisite
Microbiology
New      MICB 309 (3)   Food Microbiology
Statistics
Changes  STAT 305, 306, 344, 404 - change in prerequisite
Change in Program - add Program Prerequisite:
Honours Programs
Students planning to take an Honours degree in Statistics or a Combined
Honours degree in Mathematics and Statistics, please note the following:
1. To be admitted to either of these programs in second year, a
students must obtain at least 65% in MATH 121 or 80% in MATH 101
and an 80% average in MATH 100/101.
2. Students must obtain formal program approval from a Departmental
Adviser (from both departments for the Combined Honours program)
before registration will be considered complete for Second, Third
and Fourth Years. Ideally this would be done before registration,
but program approval can also be obtained in the first two weeks of
the academic year.
3. To continue in these programs, a student must obtain an overall
second-class standing in each academic year.

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