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Array 5243
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
The eighth regular meeting of The University of British Columbia for
the session 1969-70 was held on Wednesday, April 29, 1970 at 8:00 p.m.
in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present: President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Miss D.
Allen, Dr. C. S. Belshaw, Mr. S. Black, Mr. C. B. Bourne, Mrs. A.
Brearley, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. C. M.
Campbell Jr., Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. D. H. Chitty, Dr. R. M. Clark,
Dean G. F. Curtis, Dr. R. Daniells, Mr. A. Dobrey, Dr. C. W. J. Eliot,
Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. S. M. Friedman, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Dean J. A. F.
Gardner, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. N. A. Hall,
Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. S. Israels, Mr. R. W. Jacobs, Dr. R. F. Kelly,
Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. D. T. Kenny, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky,
Dean S. W. Leung, Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J. F. McCreary, Dr. M. F.
McGregor, Mr. K. R. Martin, Mr. J. R. Meredith, Mr. D. F. Miller,
Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. E. O'Brien, Mr. R. F. Osborne,
Mr. S. Persky, Mr. P. Plant, Dr. R. A. Restrepo, Dean B. E. Riedel,
Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Dr. I. Ross, Dr. R. F. Scagel,
Dean N. V. Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Dr. J. H. G. Smith,
Dr. J. D. Spouge, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. G. M. Volkoff, Mr. K. Waldman,
Dr. H. V. Warren, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dean P. H. White, Mr. D. R. Williams,
Dr. W. E. Willmott, Mr. E. Wood, Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Miss D. Hopper, Mr. P. Thompson.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from,
Chancellor A. M. McGavin, Deputy-President W. M. Armstrong, Dr. S. D.
Cavers, Mr. W. A. Ferguson, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mr. S. S.
Lefeaux, Miss E. K. McCann, Dr. A. J. McClean, Dean V. J. Okulitch,
Mr. G. R. Selman, Dean M. Shaw, Rev. W. S. Taylor.
Minutes of the March 18 special meeting
Dr. Hardwick )    That thz minutes oh the special meeting
Dean Scarfe  )    oh Marcii 18, having been circulated, bz
takzn as read and adopted.
Carried 5244
Wednesday,  April 29,  1970
Minutes of  the March 25  regular meeting
Dean Riedel     ) That the minutes oh thz seventh rzgular
Mr. Meredith    ) meeting oh the Senate hor the session
1969-70,  having bzzn circulated,  bz
taken as read and adopted.
Carried
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available
(i)  Plant Science 258 to be offered as recommended by the Faculty
of Agricultural Sciences, subject to a notation being inserted
in the calendar that this course constitutes the first term of
Botany 302.  (Page 5203)
(ii) New courses to be offered in Philosophy (405, 421 and 434)
as recommended by the Faculty of Arts; Theatre 351 to be
offered as a non-credit course, and Theatre 450 to be offered
for academic credit subject to a description change.
(iii) A new course, Forestry 130, to be offered as recommended
by the Faculty of Forestry.
(iv) Computer Science 300 to be replaced by Computer Science 310
with revised description, as recommended by the Faculty of
Science.
(v)  New courses and course changes to be offered as recommended
by the Faculty of Graduate Studies in the Faculties of
Agricultural Sciences, Applied Science, Forestry, Science,
and in the School of Community and Regional Planning. (Page 5205)
(vi) New courses and course changes to be offered as recommended
by the Faculty of Law subject to the modifications agreed
to by related Departments and Faculties. (Page 5205) 5245
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available  (Continued)
(vii) A Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree to be offered as
recommended by the Faculty of Arts, subject to the requirements recommended by the New Programmes Committee concerning
arrangements governing transfer of students between the
B.F.A. programme of the Fine Arts Department and the Education
Fine Art and Art Education programme of the Faculty of
Education, and subject to the heads of the departments
concerned holding a fixed number of joint meetings each
year to discuss matters of common concern. (Page 5206)
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe )     That thz new awards listed in Appzndix  'A'
Dean Moyls  )     be accepted subject to thz 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 Extension Department to offer a Diploma Programme
in Criminology
Professor Bourne presented the report of the New Programmes
Committee on the proposal.  He said that the programme had been carefully designed by experts from several disciplines that relate to
criminology and the committee felt that there was a need and demand for
more intellectual training in this field.  To award a diploma on
completion of the programme, however, would involve a change in
university policy. In the past certificates have been given for
programmes that are under the jurisdiction of the Extension Department 5246
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal of the Extension Department to offer a Diploma Programme
in Criminology  (Continued)
and whose courses do not require approval by Senate. The Committee felt
that the usual practice should be followed in this instance. Mr. Bourne
referred to section V, paragraph 1, of the submission of the Extension
Department, which places the direction of the programme under a Policy
Committee and states that "the Policy Committee would have ultimate
authority in respect to academic matters, including academic policy,
admission, curriculum and teaching appointments."  The committee felt
that such a statement might be construed as an abdication by Senate of
its ultimate responsibility in academic matters therefore the word
"ultimate" should be deleted from the statement.
Mr. Bourne )      That Senate approve thz proposal oh thz
Dr. Ross   )      Extension dzpartmznt to  o^eA a programmz
in Criminology subject to the qualihication
that success{ul complexion oh the programme
bz recognized by thz award oh a certihicatz
instead oh a diploma.
Carried
Proposal for a two-year graduate programme leading to the degree
of Master of Library Science (M.L.S.)
Mr. Bourne )      That Sznatz approvz thz proposal hor a
Dr. Gibson )      two-year graduatz programme leading to the
dzgrzz oh Mastzr oh Library Scizncz  (M.L.S.)
It was explained that the existing one-year B.L.S. programme was
thought to be inadequate because it attempts to cover too much ground in
the time available, and yet still more must be done in order to train
the specialized librarians needed today. Recognizing these facts,
Library Schools elsewhere in Canada have changed to two year programmes,
and Schools in the United States are giving serious consideration to 5247
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal for a two-year graduate programme leading to the degree
of Master of Library Science (M.L.S.)  (Continued)
replacing their twelve month programmes with two year ones.  In the
circumstances the committee felt the change justified.  It was also
stated that with the adoption of an M.L.S. programme by the University
of Toronto, the School of Librarianship at The University of British
Columbia had become the only accredited School in North America to offer
a B.L.S. degree.
The motion was put and carried.
Majority and Minority Reports on Recommendation 5 of the Long-Range
Objectives Committee Report
Professor Bourne stated that the New Programmes Committee had been
requested by Senate to study Recommendation 5 of the Long-Range Objectives
Committee Report which reads as follows:
"That all proposals for curriculum changes have attached
to them, under the sanction of the Board of Governors,
their estimated cost, and that Senate take this into
consideration in recommending implementation."
The majority of the members of the New Programmes Committee agreed
with this recommendation but in doing so they recognized that Senate
would find it difficult to recommend an order of priority for the projects
it approved.  In spite of this difficulty, however, the Committee felt
that Senate should attempt to form some judgment of the priority to be
assigned to its various recommendations to the Board of Governors.  In
order to do this it would be necessary to have a good knowledge of the
subjects involved and also a general view of the budgets of particular 5248
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Majority and Minority Reports on Recommendation 5 of the Long-Range
Objectives Committee Report  (Continued)
Departments or Faculties and of the University as a whole. Without this
knowledge and view reliable choices could not be made between competing
new courses and programmes or existing courses and programmes.
It was pointed out that since financial resources were inadequate the
Board of Governors could not authorize all of the new courses and programmes
recommended by Senate. Therefore the Board should find it helpful to have
the guidance of Senate on the priority that should be given to Senate's
various proposals.
There were two minority reports. One stated that an attempt should
be made to consider financial aspects but only at the end of the year.
The second stated in substance that it should not be attempted at any time.
Mr.  Bourne        ) Thz Committez rzcommznds ••
Dr.  Hardwick    )
1. That Sznatz approvz Rzcommzndation 5;
2. That in ordzr to implement Recommendation
5, Senate should request the deans oh the
Faculties to submit a statzmznt oh thz
estimated cost oh any proposal hor a
curriculum change or hor a new programmz
whzn that proposal is submittzd to Sznatz;
3. That Senate should request its Curriculum
Committee and New Programmes Committez to
takz into consideration and, insohar as
possible, to comment on thz htnancial
aspects oh thz mattzrs rzhzrrzd to them. 5249
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Majority and Minority Reports on Recommendation 5 of the Long-Range
Objectives Committee Report  (Continued)
Dr. Hall stated that as Chairman of the Curriculum Committee it
would be difficult for the Committee to attach any monetary value to minor
curriculum changes and felt that this should only apply where there was
a major revision in curriculum.
Some members felt that the main concern was not the initial cost of
proposals for new programmes and curriculum changes but what they might
ultimately cost when fully developed.
After further discussion part 2 of the motion was amended as follows:-
Dr. Hall    )     That, in ordzr to implzmznt Rzcommzndation
Mr. Osborne )     5, Sznatz should rzquest the deans oh the
Faculties to submit a statzmznt oh the
estimated, initial and ulXimatz cost oh
any proposal hor a major axrjiiaxlum changz
or hor a new programme wkzn that proposal
is submitted to Sznatz.
Carried
The motion as amended was carried.
Proposal to offer a Ph.D. Programme in Food Science
Professor Bourne explained that the New Programmes Committee had
discussed this programme with the Head of the Department of Food Science
and the Dean of Agricultural Sciences and was satisfied that the proposal
was sound.  The Committee judged that the cost would be minimal at first
because most of the early candidates for the Ph.D. in Food Science were
already enrolled in the Faculty in the Ph.D. Dairying programme and would
be merely transferring from one programme to the other.  It was pointed 5250
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
New Programmes Committee
Proposal to offer a Ph.D. Programme in Food Science  (Continued)
out, however, that the new programme would attract increasing numbers of
students and would, of course, require additional funds to support it.
Mr. Bourne )      That Senate approve, the proposal oh the
Dr. Moyls  )      Faculty oh Graduate Studies to ohhzr  a
Ph.d.  Programme in Food Scizncz and that
it  be reviewed by Senate ahter a period
oh three years.
Carried
Proposal to offer a Ph.D. Programme in Computer Science
Professor Bourne said that the New Programmes Committee was
impressed by the careful report of the committee of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies that investigated this proposal and agreed with its
conclusion.  As far as the committee could judge, existing and expected
expansion of faculty and facilities in the Department of Computer Science
would be sufficient to implement the proposed programme without
additional costs.
Mr. Bourne )      That Senate approve thz proposal oh thz
Dr. Moyls  )      Faculty oh Graduate Studies to ohhcr a
Ph.d. Programme in Computer Scizncz in the
hizlds oh Programming Languages and
Artihiciat Intzlligzncz and that this
programme be rzviewzd in thrzz years.
In reply to a query regarding who would review this programme, it
was explained that it would be reviewed by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies initially.
The motion was then put and carried. 5251
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hall referred to a report of the Curriculum Committee in January
which recommended that approval of a number of courses in Computer Science
be withheld pending Senate's decision on offering a Ph.D. Programme in
that field. The Curriculum Committee had considered these courses,
together with Computer Science 649 Thesis for Ph.D. Degree which had been
referred to the committee at the March 25 Senate meeting, and now
recommended their approval by Senate.
Dr. Hall   )      That the course revisions and new courses
Dr. Norris )      in Computer Scizncz recommzndzd by thz
Faculty oh Graduate Studies,  outlinzd in
Appzndlx 'B' pagz 5168, and Computer Science
649 Thesis hoi Ph.d. degize, be approved.
Carried
Tributes Committee
Ed.D. Regalia
The proposed regalia consisting of the following was displayed for
approval:
The Gown to be a Cambridge style (Ph.D.) gown, similar to McGill,
of black silk material with front facings panel of U.B.C.
blue silk 4" wide outlined with gold piping; sleeve
facing of U.B.C. blue silk with gold piping for cord and
button.
The Cap to be a Decanal bonnet of black silk material trimmed
with gold cord and with a longer tassel hanging 1" over
the rim of the bonnet.
hoc J
Dean Curtis )     That the Ed.d. gown£ and cap be approved.
Dr. Gray    )
Carried
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Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Arts
Item (i) - New courses and course changes
It was agreed, as suggested by the Agenda Committee, that the proposal
of the Faculty of Arts to offer new courses and course changes, outlined
in Appendix 'B', be referred to the Senate Curriculum Committee.
Item (ii) - Extension credit courses
Dr.   Kenny )
Dr. Hardwick      ) That zxtznsion crzdit courses, outlinzd in
Appzndix  'B',   be o^eAed as rzcommzndzd by
thz Faculty oh Arts.
Carried
Item (iii) - Continuation of Arts I programme for a fourth year
Dr. Kenny stated that the Arts I programme had been approved on an
experimental basis for three years with the proviso that it be reviewed
in the third year.  The report of the Committee evaluating the programme,
however, would not be complete until October of this year.
Dr. Kenny )      That the Arts  I programmz bz continuzd
Dr. Ross  )      h°i a hourth yzar.
Carried
Item (iv) - Proposed New Arts II Programme
Dr. Kenny stated that the Faculty of Arts had approved authorization
for the Arts II programme for one year.
Dr. Kenny    ) That Senate approvz thz Arts 11 programmz
Dr. Ross      ) on a onz year basis.
Dr. Hall explained that the Arts II programme had been referred
directly to the Senate Curriculum Committee by the Agenda Committee for
a report to Senate. After extensive discussions, the committee
recommended approval of the programme for 1970/71 subject to the proviso 5253
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Arts
Item (iv) - Proposed New Arts II Programme
that funds were available for staffing purposes and subject to the following
observations:
1. Arts II should be subject to review procedures similar to those
operating in the Arts I programme.
2. A clear and precise statement be made available to students entering
Arts II indicating departmental requirements for Majors and Honours
programmes and the effect of these requirements on study programmes
of students electing Arts II.  Further, students should be warned
that they might have to extend the period of their study to satisfy
degree requirements.
3. Those responsible for the programme should attempt to improve the
range of disciplines represented by faculty participants, particularly
in political science and economics.
Dr. Ross stated that the review procedures would be the same as for
Arts II and the intention was to make certain students knew precisely
what the prerequisites were for subsequent studies.
It was suggested that the three observations of the Curriculum
Committee should be incorporated in the motion.
Concern was expressed regarding the experimental nature of the
programme and the danger this presents to students.
In amendment:
Dr. Eliot  )      That studznts admittzd to Arts 11 must
Dr. Chitty )      have szcurzd  15 units in thz hin>t yzar.
This suggested amendment was accepted as part of the motion.
After further discussion the motion as amended, including the
observations of the Senate Curriculum Committee, was carried. 5254
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Education
Dean Scarfe )     That thz proposal oh thz Faculty oh
Dr. Gray   )     Education to ohhcr extra-sessional credit
courses, outlined in Appendix 'B', bz
approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science
Item (i) - Proposed Course Changes
The proposed course changes, outlined in Appendix 'B', were referred
to the Senate Curriculum Committee.
Item (ii) - Proposed Admission and Promotion Policy
It was agreed, as suggested by the Agenda Committee, that this item
be referred to the Senate Admissions Committee for study.
Item (iii) - Proposals Concerning Description of Standings on
Students' Transcript of Record
It was explained that this proposal was an attempt to distinguish
between a student's standing in the faculty and his standing in his field
of specialty.
Dr. Scagel )      That Senate approvz thz hollowing:
Dr.   Chitty    )
(a)    That thz ti.Sc. dzgrzz standing be
calculatzd on thz best 30 units oh
courses crzditzd toward thz Third
and Fourth Year.
(6)    to introduce hor both Majors and Honours
programmes, on graduation, thz designation
"High Distinction" or "distinction" where
appropriate at the discretion oh a
'Department.
(c)    to acknowledge an additional subject as
Major or Honours on a studznt's transcript whzn appropriate.
Carried 5255
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Science
Item (iv) - Revised Regulations governing B.Sc. degree combined
with either M.D. or D.M.D.
It was explained that the Faculty of Science proposed to remove from
the regulations concerning the combined degrees, the restriction that
First and Second Year be completed on the U.B.C. campus.  This would
open the combined degrees programme to students transferring from regional
colleges.
Dr. Scagel    )   That thz proposal oh thz Faculty oh
Dean McCreary  )   Science to remove hiom the regulations
concerning the combined degrees, the
restriction that First and Second year
be completed on the U.B.C. campus.
Carried
New eligibility regulations for extramural athletics as proposed by the
Athletic Committees
Mr. Osborne )     That Senate approve the new eligibility
Dean Scarfe )     regulations h0K extramural atlilztics as
proposed by the Men's and Women's Athlztic
Committzzs.
A query was raised as to what provision had been made in the new
regulations to prevent a student from registering, playing a sport for
two months, and then withdrawing.  It was explained that the current
higher entrance standards would be a deterrent to this sort of thing.
Some members felt that Senate was being asked to rubber stamp regulations
approved by other universities but which needed to be closely looked at
by U.B.C.
Dr. Gibson    ) That thz proposzd new eligibility rzgulations
Dr. Warren   ) hor extramural athletics bz reherred to an
ad hoc committez hor study and report back
to Sznatz at its nzxt mzzting.
After further discussion the motion to refer this matter to an ad
hoc committee was put and carried. 5256
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Recommendations from the Long-Range Objectives Committee Report
Recommendation 15 - That fundamental research be undertaken by the
university into:
(1) Student careers, and
(2) Community demand for university-trained personnel."
The Agenda Committee suggested that this recommendation be deferred
pending results of planned study by national bodies.
Dr. Clark expressed concern that the Agenda Committee's suggestion
implied that the results of such research were just around the corner.
He stated that the A.U.C.C was doing nothing in this field and knew of
nothing that would meet the needs of universities.
Dr. Clark   )     That within thz limits  oh the budget
Dr. Belshaw )     available, the Ohhicz oh Academic Planning
study the demand hor university-trainzd
personnel.
It was thought that CAUT contemplated a national research study of
this nature.
Dr.  Scott ) That the motion bz tablzd until thz next
Dr.  Hardwick    ) meeting when h^ithzr inhormation had bezn
obtainzd by thz Ohhicz oh Academic Planning
Carried
Recommendation 20 - "That interested members of Senate explore with
Committees from student residences what could be done to promote
greater contacts between faculty members and the students in the
residences."
It was agreed, as suggested by the Agenda Committee, that this
recommendation be deferred until the fall when newly constituted
student committees will be available for consultation. 5257
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Recommendations from the Long-Range Objectives Committee Report
Recommendations 22, 23, 24 and 25 dealing with the principle of five
year revisions
Dr. Belshaw )     That Senate elect a standing committzz on
Dr. Norris  )     academic review to implement thz htvz year
academic review policy rzherrzd to in
rzeommzndaXions  11 to  25 oh the Long-Rangz
Objectives Committzz Rzport.
Although members agreed with the principle of a five year academic
review policy they disagreed with the methods of implementation.
After further discussion it was suggested that the motion be tabled
until Dr. Friedman, Dr. Belshaw and Mr. Fulton had met to settle on a
suitable wording.
Dean Scarfe )      That thz motion bz tabled.
Mr. Fulton  ) Carried
Proposals of Senate Members
At the Senate meeting of March 4, 1970 the following motion was
tabled and referred to a committee, consisting of Dean Moyls, Dean White,
Dr. Belshaw and Dr. Norris, for clarification:
"That Senate approve the principle that teaching
undertaken by graduate students be assigned to them
and supervised with their own professional education
and training in mind, and not the staffing requirements of departments in the University, but that in
the implementation of this principle care be taken
that the quality of undergraduate education should
not be impaired." 5258
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of Senate Members  (Continued)
Dr. Moyls explained that this motion had arisen out of discussion
of Recommendations 10 and 11 of the Long-Range Objectives Committee report.
The committee revised the motion as follows:
Dr. Moyls   )     "That Sznatz approvz thz hollowing principlzs
Dr. Belshaw )     which apply to thz appointmznt and supervision
oh graduate students as teaching assistants:
(a) thz contribution oh such appointmznts
and supzrvision to thz prohessional
training and education oh thz graduatz
student should bz oh primary concern;
and
(b) the use oh graduate students in teaching
roles should be established in ways which
contnibuXe to rather than impair the
quality oh undergraduate education."
In amendment:
Mr. stubbs      ) That thz words "rather than impair" bz
Mr.   O'Brien     ) dzlztzd  j^AOm thz motion.
Carried
The motion as amended was carried.
Mr. Persky )      That SenaXz rzcommznd thz FaculXy oh Scizncz
Mr. Jacobs )      to consider thz desirability and hcasibility
oh a Science  I programmz.
Carried
Mr. Persky )      That Sznatz przparz a rzport hor thz
Dr. Gray   )      Chairman detailing all research that has
been done at U.B.C. sincz 1960 sponsorzd
by military organizations oh thz  U.S.A.
and Canada,     (i.e. The United States Army,
Navy, Marine Corps, Air Forcz,  C.I.A. and
in Canada, the National Research Pe^ence
Board.)
It was suggested that the reported research be limited to projects
known to and approved by the University.  The Chairman stated that this
was the only research the University would be able to report on. 5259
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
Proposals of Senate Members (Continued)
It was pointed out that details of research carried out for the
past 10 years were not available, but no research projects had been
undertaken at U.B.C. since 1960 at the request of military organizations.
The motion was defeated.
Dr. Volkoff gave notice of the following motion:
"That the University be asked to prepare a statement
of policy and give examples of research over the past
12 months."
Senate then met in camera to hear a notice of motion concerning
alleged problems in the Department of Psychiatry.
The meeting adjourned at 11:30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
May 20, 1970.
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Confirmed.
Chairman. 5260
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The British Columbia Professional Recreation Society Prize
A cash prize of $50 and a framed certificate, gift of the British
Columbia Professional Recreation Society, will be awarded to the
Head of the Graduating Class for the degree of Bachelor of
Recreation Education (B.R.E.).
The College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia Gold Medal
in Dental Hygiene
A gold medal, gift of the College of Dental Surgeons of British
Columbia, will be awarded annually to the top graduating student
in the dental hygiene program.
The Dr. Joseph J. Schachter Bursary in Home Economics
A bursary of $100, provided by a fund established by Dr. Joseph J.
Schachter of Saskatoon, is offered annually in the School of Home
Economics.  It will be awarded to a student with good academic
standing who needs and deserves financial assistance. The student
who receives this award is requested to repay the bursary if and
when circumstances in the future permit.
The Mack Eastman United Nations Award
This prize of $100, given in memory of Dr. S. Mack Eastman, is
available to all students in the University. This price will be
awarded for the best essay on an issue current in the United Nations
or any of the affiliated organizations.  Students intending to
compete for this prize should submit their essays to the Scholarship and Bursary Office, Room 207, Buchanan Building, University of
B.C, not later than March 31. 5261
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Political Science
New Course
Political Science 427 Comparative Political Development
Psychology
Change        Psychology 404 description change
Economics and Philosophy
Joint Offerings - Economics 101 - Philosophy 100
Extension Credit Courses
Economics 300  Intermediate Economic Analysis
(To be substituted for Economics 352 and Economics
have been cancelled)
May-July 1970
357 which
French 220
French 302
An Introduction to French Literature Sept-April 1970-71
Studies in French Language and
Style, II
French 414     The Twentieth-Century Drama
History 326    British North America, 1763-1867
Linguistics 200 General Linguistics:  Part I
Linguistics 205 General Linguistics: Part II
Philosophy 100 Introduction to Philosophy
Psychology 100 Introductory Psychology
Psychology 200 Experimental Psychology
Psychology 301 Developmental Psychology
Psychology 307 Motivation and Emotion
Psychology 308 Social Psychology
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
May-July 1970
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
May-July 1970
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
(Also by Correspondence)
Psychology  316    Methods  in Research
Sept-April 1970-71 5262
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF ARTS
Extension Credit Courses (Continued)
Psychology 403 Tests and Measurement
Psychology 405 Social Learning
Religious
Studies 200
Religious
Studies 407
Sociology 200
Spanish 100
Spanish 200
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 1970-71
Introduction to Religious Studies  Sept-April 19 70-71
Archaeology of the Ancient Near
East
Introduction to Sociology
First-Year Spanish
Second-Year Spanish
Sept-April 1970-71
By Correspondence
Sept-April 1970-71
Sept-April 19 70-71
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Extra-Sessional Credit Course Proposals 1970-71
(a) On Campus
Education 305
Education 309
Education 332
Education 401
(Ih units, first
Education 408
(1*1 units, second
Education 407
Education 414
Education 431
(1% units, first
Education 436/437
Education 470
Education 475/476
Education 478
Education 479
Education 480
Education 491
Education 576
Art Education
General Science
Psychology of Adolescence
Programmed Instruction
term)
Teaching the Mentally Superior
term)
Introduction to the Study of Exceptional
Children
Audio-Visual Education
Primary Learning Disabilities
term)
Behavior Disorders/Teaching Maladjusted
Children
Educational Sociology
Remedial Reading - Theoretical/Practical
Teaching English as a Second Language
Cross-cultural Education (Native Indians)
Advanced Studies in the Language Arts in
Intermediate Grades
Acquisition and Organization of Library
Materials
Advanced Seminar in the Supervision of
Instruction 5263
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Extra-Sessional Credit Course Proposals 1970-71  (Continued)
(b)  Off Campus
Education 305
Education 307
Education 308
Education 309
Education 331
Education 333
Education 430
Education 460
Education 475/
476
Art Education
Music Education
Physical Education
General Science
Human Development
Curriculum and Instruction in
the Education of Young Children
History of Education
Introduction to Educational
Administration
Remedial Reading - Theoretical/
Practical
Nanaimo
Vernon
Kelowna
Europe
Fort St. John
Nanaimo
Abbotsford
Terrace
Haney
North Surrey
Cranbrook
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
Marine Biology Option - The option represents a set of courses
appropriate to studies in marine biology; no new courses are involved.
Chemistry
Change
Chemistry 305  change in hours
324 change in hours
Zoology
Change
Delete
In Major Programme - Replace Zoology 302 by an elective
In Honours Programme - Replace Zoology 302 by Zoology 349
Zoology 302
Mathematics
Delete
Mathematics 301 5264
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Courses from Faculties other than Arts and Science to be accepted
for transfer credit
Anatomy
Change      401 slight description change due to deletion of
Zoology 302, now: Microscopic Human Anatomy
Microbiology
Addition     426 (1)  Parasitology (Credit will not be given for
both Microbiology 426 and Zoology 413).
Change  ^25 - change of name only, now: Bacteriology, Mycology
and Virology
Paediatrics
Addition     430 (3)  Human Genetics
Physiology
Change       400 description change only
Biochemistry
Delete       400
Chemistry
Change      156 unit value reduced from (3) to (14)
Animal Science
Addition     322 (14) Fundamentals of Animal Nutrition
323 (1^)  Experimental Nutrition
Food Science
Addition     301 (Ih)    Food Chemistry
302 (14) Analytical Methods 5265
Wednesday, April 29, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Courses from Faculties other than Arts and Science to be accepted
for transfer credit
Forestry
Addition
Changes
312 (14) Forest Soils
352 number and description change now:  302 (14)
Forest Genetics (Credit will be given for only
one of Forestry 302 and Biology 334).
410 number and title change, now: 408 (14) Problems
in Forest Entomology
466 number and title change, now: 430 (14) Advanced
Biometrics (Credit will be given for only one of
Biology 301, Mathematics 305 and Plant Science 322),
- change in number only:  150 to 111; 250 to 204; 278
to 273; 350 to 304; 418 to 406; 351 to 307.
Plant Science
Addition
Changes
331 (14)  Economic Entomology
321 change in description only, now:  321 (14)
Biometrics (Credit will be given for only one of
Plant Science 321, Biology 300, Mathematics 205,
Mathematics 305)
322 change in description only, now:  322 (14) Design
of Experiments (Credit will be given for only one
of Plant Science 322, Biology 301, Forestry 430,
Mathematics 305).
Poultry Science
Addition     322 (14)  Fundamentals of Animal Nutrition
323 (14)  Experimental Nutrition
415 (14) Avian Diseases
Soil Science
Changes
416 title change only, now:
Geography of Soils
Classification and
change in number only:  203 to 303.

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