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 7652.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
The Fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British Columbia
for the Session 1981-82 was held on Wednesday, December 16, 1981 at 8.00 p.m. in the
Board and Senate Room.
Present: President D. T. Kenny (Chairman), Chancellor J. V. Clyne, Dr. R. A
Adams, Dr. C. E. Armerding, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Dr. G. D. Bellward, Dean D. R. Birch
Mr. W. H. Birmingham, Mrs. M. F. Bishop, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. R. G. Bryan, Rev. P. C
Burns, Dr. J. Dahlie, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Mrs. S. Dodson, Dr. A. J. Elder, Mr. D. B
Fields, Dean C. V. Finnegan, Mr. H. J. Franklin, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Mr. R. C. Gill
Dr. R. F. Gray, Dr. A. M. Hickling, Dr. A. Hirsch, Ms. S. J. Holmes, Dr. R. W. Kennedy
Mr. D. Kirshner, Dr. A. Kozak, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich, Dr. D. Lupini, Dean P. A. Lusztig
Dean K. M. Lysyk, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Mr. M. A. McCann, Dr. A. J. McClean, Ms. D. N
McDonnell, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Mr. J. F. McWilliams, Dr. W. R. Morford, Mr. I. C. Miller
Dr. J. F. Richards, Miss R. E. Robinson, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. M. Shaw, Dr. C. E
Slonecker, Dr. M. Smith, Dr. R. H. T. Smith, Dr. R. A. Spencer, Miss L. M. Stenger
Dr. R. Stewart, Dr. P. Suedfeld, Dr. N. Sutherland, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Mrs. E. M
Thomson, Miss C. L. V. Warren, Dean W. A. Webber, Dean L. M. Wedepohl, Dean R. M
Will, Dr. D. LL. Williams, Dr. M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal.
Observer:  Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr. K. O. L.
Burridge, Mr. B. J. Coulson, Dr. W. M. Keenlyside, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dean W. D. Kitts,
Mr. J. Kulich, Dean P. A. Larkin, Dr. J. P. Martin, Dean B. E. Riedel, Ms. D. Wong.
Minutes of previous meeting
Dean Webber
Dr. Wisenthal
)    That the minutes of the Third regular meeting of
)    Senate   for   the   Session    1981-82,   having   been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
Carried 7653.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Business arising from the Minutes
Financial problems and priorities within the University (P. 7629)
Senate was informed that notice of motion by Ms. McDonnell, outlined on page
7629, had been withdrawn.
Budget Committee (P. 7630)
Notice of motion had been given at the previous meeting.
Dr. Spencer )    That in view of the possible academic implications
Dr. Elder )    of  the present  budgetary  situation,   the  Senate
Budget Committee be requested to report to the
next meeting of Senate on the advice it is offering
the President to assist him in the preparation of
the University budget, and the basis for this
advice.
Dr.   Scudder,   Chairman   of   the   Senate   Budget   Committee,   stated   that   the
committee would prefer to receive the report of the President's Committee on Fiscal
Retrenchment before presenting a report to Senate.
In amendment:
Dr. Wisenthal       )    That the motion be amended to read:
Dr. Dennison        )    "That . . . the    Senate    Budget    Committee    be
requested to report to the February meeting of
Senate . . . advice."
Carried
The motion, as amended, was put and carried.
From the Board of Governors
(i) Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations — subject, where
applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented without
formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the President; and
that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked to indicate the
space requirements, if any, of such new programs.
(i) New courses, course and program changes, recommended by the Faculty of
Arts.  (P.7644-9)
(ii) New courses and course changes recommended by the Faculty of Medicine
(P. 7649)
(iii) Course change and proposal to offer a Bachelor of Science in Occupational
Therapy, B.Sc. (O.T.), and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy, B.Sc.
(P.T.). (pp. 7570-1, 7580-6, 7634, 7649-51) 7654.
Wednesday,  December   16,   1981.
From the Board of Governors (continued)
(ii)     Advisory Committee for the selection of Presidential candidates
The Board of Governors, at its meeting of December I, 1981, resolved that,
with   the   approval   of   Senate,   an   Advisory   Committee   for   the   selection   of
candidates for President of the University, shall be set up in accordance with the
following principles:
1. Membership
The Committee shall be composed of the Chancellor, as Chairman, and the
following:
(a) Four members of the Board of Governors;
(b) Three members of the Senate, to be elected by Senate;
(c) Four members of faculty, to be elected by the Joint Faculties;
(d) Three deans, to be chosen by the Committee of Academic Deans;
(e) Four students, (a member of the executive of the Alma Mater Society;
two undergraduates to be chosen by Students' Council; and one graduate
student to be chosen by the Graduate Students' Association);
(f) Three members of the Alumni Association to be appointed by the Board
of Management of the Alumni Association; and
(g) One member of the non—academic Administration, to be appointed by
the Chairman of the Board of Governors.
2. Terms of Reference
The terms of reference of the Comittee shall be:
(a) To adopt criteria to guide it in the selection of presidential candidates;
and
(b) To recommend a short list of presidential candidates to the Staff
Committee of the Board of Governors.
3. Confidentiality of Proceedings
It is a condition of membership of the Committee that its deliberations and
all matters pertaining to its proceedings will be treated as being
confidential. Acceptance of membership constitutes an undertaking to
adhere strictly to this condition requiring secrecy.
Dean Gardner      )     That    the    recommendation    of    the    Board   of
Dr. Slonecker      )     Governors  that  an  advisory  committee  for   the
selection of candidates for President of the
University be established in accordance with the
principles proposed by the Board of Governors at
its meeting of December I, 1981, be approved. From the Board of Governors
7655.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
(ii)     Advisory Committee for the selection of Presidential candidates  (continued)
It was suggested that the President of the Faculty Association be added to
the membership of the committee.
Dr. Elder )     That    Senate    recommend    to    the    Board    of
Dr. Spencer )     Governors than an additional category be added to
the  membership,   namely,   the  President  of  the
Faculty Association.
During the discussion of the suggestion that the President of the Faculty
Association be added to the membership of the committee it was agreed that the
incumbent would remain a member of the committee until the committee had
completed its task.
The motion to recommend to the Board of Governors that the President of
the Faculty Association be added to the membership of the committee was put
and carried.
The motion to approve the recommendation of the Board of Governors
concerning the establishment of an advisory committee for the selection of
candidates for President of the University, was put and carried.
In response to a query, the Secretary of Senate confirmed that a call for
nominations for members in categories (b) and (c) would be sent out as soon as
possible.
Prizes, Scholarships and bursaries
Mr. McWilliams  )     That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A') be
Miss Warren        )     accepted subject to the approval of the Board of
Governors and that letters of thanks be sent to
the donors.
Attention was drawn to the Tess Fenger award and the statement that the
scholarship was available to Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Following a
brief discussion it was agreed that this item be referred to the Senate Committee on
Student Awards.
The motion was put and carried. Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
7656.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
(a) Proposal   of   the   Faculty   of   Applied   Science   to   control   enrolment   in   the
Engineering Program
Dr. Smith presented the report. It was stated in the report that the proposal
had first been considered by the committee in March, 1981. At that time, the
committee tabled the proposal pending further consideration by the Faculty of
Applied Science. At a meeting held in August, 1981, the Senate Admissions
Committee approved recommendations on behalf of Senate and reported this for
information at the September 16, 1981 meeting of Senate.
At the October 14, 1981 meeting, Senate was informed that the Board of
Governors had referred the proposal back to Senate for further consideration. The
Admissions Committee recommended and Senate resolved that the matter be
referred back to the Faculty of Applied Science.
The committee subsequently met with representatives of the Dean's Office
and discussed the proposal thoroughly. The committee recommended that the
substance of the original report be adopted by Senate. The recommendations of
the Faculty are outlined below:
(a) that the number of students entering first year engineering be limited;
(b) that the number of students transferring into second year engineering from
outside the Faculty be limited, in consultation with the other B.C
institutions;
(c) that second year enrolment in each engineering program be limited, with
allocation into programs made according to student preferences and
academic qualifications until each program limit is reached;
(d) that the admission and program registration limits be reviewed annually and
revised as faculty resources change;
(e) that henceforth all students entering first year engineering be advised at the
time of acceptance that point (c) above will apply from September 1982
onwards;
(f) that in September 1982 the number of students admitted to first year
engineering be limited to 450 and that the number of students admitted from
outside the faculty to second year be limited to approximately 100 students.
(g) that those institutions preparing students to enter our second year programs
be consulted as soon as possible and that every effort be made to avoid
hardship for individual students in the transition period;
(h) that the Committee on Admissions, Standing and Courses implement the
above recommendations and report to Faculty. Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
7657.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
(a) Proposal   of   the   Faculty   of   Applied   Science   to   control   enrolment   in   the
Engineering Program  (continued)
Dr. Smith )     That recommendations (a), (b), (c), (e), (f) and (g)
Dean Wedepohl    )     be   approved,   and   that   recommendation   (d)   be
approved    with     the    following    addition:  "and
forwarded to Senate for approval."
It was noted that no action had been taken in connection with
recommendation (h) in that the plan for implementation must be approved by
Senate when it has been established by the Faculty.
In speaking to the report Dr. Smith stated that the committee were
convinced that the proposal should be supported by Senate in view of statements
contained in the proposal which related to quality of instruction and accreditation
implications.
The motion was put and carried.
(b) Policies and procedures - Baccalaureate Program for Registered Nurses
The committee recommended approval of the following policy changes
proposed by the School of Nursing in connection with the Baccalaureate Program
for Registered Nurses.   The changes and/or additions are underlined:
Advancement and Supplemental Examinations
On graduation, a student completing the four-year baccalaureate program will be
granted "Honours" standing if First Class standing (a minimum of 80%) is achieved
in each of all four years with no failed courses. A student completing the
baccalaureate program for Registered Nurses will be gTanted "Honours" standing
if First Class standing (a minimum of 80%) is achieved in the third and fourth
years of the program, with no failed courses.
Registered Nurses seeking admission to Third Year of the B.S.N. Program
Proof of satisfactory completion of a refresher course approved by R.N.A.B.C
within three years of application to the School of Nursing followed by at least six
months of acceptable work experience prior to entry into the program. In
addition, satisfactory references are required from each of the following:
i)       A refresher course instructor
ii)       A supervisory person in a nursing unit in which the R.N. has had clinical
experience subsequent to the refresher course. Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
7658.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
(b) Policies    and   procedures   -    Baccalaureate   Program    for    Registered   Nurses
(continued)
Applicants applying as registered nurses must provide evidence of preparation in
psychiatric nursing.  One or more of the following is acceptable:
i)       Official transcript showing theoretical and clinical preparation at the basic
level or
ii)      Acceptable standing in registration examination in psychiatric examination
or
iii)     Acceptable standing in the mental health course offered at B.C.I.T. or
iv)     Three months of full  time work experience in an acute care psychiatric
setting with satisfactory reference
N.L.N, placement tests no longer to be required.
Dr. Smith )    That the policy changes proposed by the School of
Dr. Willman )    Nursing   in   connection   with   the   Baccalaureate
Program for Registered Nurses be approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Richards presented the report.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Dr. Richards )    That  the  proposals  of  the  Faculty of Graduate
Dr. Lavkulich       )    Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
The committee recommended approval of course and program changes, subject to
the following:
1) Proposed changes to Animal Science 424 have been withdrawn
2) References to Plant Science 305 should be changed to Plant Science 408
3) Delete  from   the   description  of  Soil   Science  314  the  words  "long-term
sustainability" and replace with ". . .sustained yield."
Dr. Richards        )    That the proposals of the Faculty of Agricultural
Dr. Lavkulich       )    Sciences be approved.
Carried 7659.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee (see Appendix 'B')  (continued)
Faculty of Arts
The   committee   recommended  approval   of   new  courses,   course  and  program
changes  with the exception of Geography 424 Medical Geography, which is being
withheld pending further consultation.
Dr. Richards ) That the proposals of the Faculty of Arts be
Dean Will )     approved.
Carried
Dr. Spencer drew Senate's attention to the increasing number of Ife unit courses
being proposed by Faculties and pointed out that the relatively short December
examination period was not appropriate for Ife unit courses with final examinations in
December.
Faculty of Science
Dr. Richards )    That the proposals of the Faculty of Science be
Dean Finnegan     )     approved.
Carried
Faculty of Forestry
The Leslie L. Schaffer Lectureship in Forest Science
Senate  was  informed that  the following statement  would be  included  in the
1982/83 Calendar:
"In memory of Leslie L. Schaffer, D.Sc, former Executive
Vice-President of Western Plywood Co. Ltd., a fund has been
established by Mrs. Leslie L. Schaffer to finance lectures and
publications by visiting forest scientists at the Faculty of Forestry,
U.B.C"
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Off-campus Graduate Courses
The   following   proposal   concerning   off-campus   graduate   courses   had   been
circulated: 7660.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Off-campus Graduate Courses (continued)
"Faculty of Education
At its meeting of May 24, 1978 Senate approved the following:
During a two-year trial period, students in a master of education program
may receive up to 6 units of credit for off-campus courses provided that:
1. the student will have the recommendation of the Faculty of Education to
pursue the proposed courses off-campus;
2. the student will normally have first completed on campus at least 6 units of
his or her program;
3. graduate courses proposed for off-campus offering satisfy the normal
expectations of the University namely, qualified instructor (normally a
regular member of faculty), lecture/discussion/supervision to the extent
required by the unit value of the course, and provision (by transportation if
necessary) of resource materials available;
4. before approval for credit toward an M.Ed, program, the Dean of Graduate
Studies is satisfied that the course is of a type which lends itself to the
application of theory to practice in a practical situation. (Examples of such
courses are: Education 561 (Laboratory Practicum), 580 (Investigation and
Report of a Problem), and 598 (Field Experience)).
The two year trial period was conducted during the 1979-80 and 1980-81
sessions with 4 offerings of Education 598 at Prince George and 2 at Nanaimo, and
one offering of Education 561, to a total of 44 students for all of the offerings.
All students completed questionnaires concerning the courses. From both
faculty and student experience the courses were judged to be a success, and
student performance was comparable to that for on campus courses. The recent
development of local library resources at Community and Regional Colleges and
the recent creation of the B.C. Union Catalogue are important factors in
improving access to necessary materials. Ready access to research subjects and
practical school settings offered marked advantages over "on-campus"
experiences.
In its report to the Executive of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, the
Faculty of Education recommended continuing off campus offerings of graduate
courses, and the offering of graduate programs at off—campus locations.
Faculty of Applied Science  M.Eng. Program (Department of Civil Engineering)
Proposal
The Department of Civil Engineering desires to offer a part-time M.Eng.
program in the area of Environmental Engineering to practising engineers outside
of the Greater Vancouver Region. Initially it is expected that such offerings will
be limited to Victoria and Kelowna, with further expansions only being considered
when demand warrants it. Faculty of Graduate Studies
Off-campus Graduate Courses
7661.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Faculty of Applied Science - M.Eng. Program (Department of Civil Engineering)
(continued)
"Rationale
Presently, practising engineers in the Greater Vancouver area are able to
pursue part—time programs by attending late afternoon or evening offerings of a
variety of Civil Engineering graduate courses. The Department feels that the
same possibility should be made available to engineers in other parts of the
province where demand warrants it, and where courses can be adequately taught
by UBC faculty.
It is felt that a number of graduate courses in Environmental Engineering
can be successfully taught in any adequate classroom facility.
It is anticipated that degree requirements would otherwise be the same as
for on-campus students.
The Faculty of Graudate Studies recommends that the proposal be approved
and that a review of the practice be carried out within five years.
Ad hoc Committee on off-campus Graduate Courses and Programs
Immediately following an interim report on the Faculty of Education
off-campus offerings and the approval of the M.Eng. proposals described above, an
ad hoc committee of the Faculty of Graduate Studies considered the general
question of off campus courses and programs. The recommendations of the
committee were:
1. The course or program should meet a clear and proven need.
2. A course should be the responsibility of a member of the UBC faculty, who
should also give a majority of the lectures, but the participation of local
specialists should be permitted.
3. There must be adequate facilities, conveniently available to the students.
Of particular concern is an adequate library, but other specialized resources
may be essential (e.g., computers, collections, sophisticated
instrumentation, etc.). A local person should also be available for general
assistance to the students.
4. Before approval of a course is granted, evidence must be presented of
adequate consultation with other higher educational institutions, in order to
avoid unnecessary duplication. As components of some programs it may be
necessary to accept for credit some off-campus courses offered by these (or
other) universities.
5. For an off-campus program there is one major difficulty. An important part
of a graduate education is the general environment of a department
including the informal contact that a student has with the faculty in
seminars or discussions. These do not carry credit but can be just as vital to
the development of the individual as any formal course. We therefore
suggest that in most cases a department will demand a minimum residence
of two summer sessions on the UBC campus or some equivalent in the form
of a tutorial experience. We foresee cases where this experience could be
made available using present or future communication technology and we
suggest that the proposers of a complete program address this problem. 7662.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Off-campus Graduate Courses
Ad hoc Committee on off-campus Graduate Courses and Programs (continued)
"6. When a course is to be funded in whole or in part by the Office of
Extra-Sessional studies, the proposal will have to be submitted to their coordinating committee for approval.
7. For a single course there should be a periodic review by the department.
This should be sent to the Dean of Graduate Studies. If a department offers
more than one course there should be a periodic review made by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies.
8. The course must have the prior approval of the Dean of the relevant faculty
and the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies (or their designates)."
Dr. Williams
Dean Birch
Dr. Williams
Dr. Shaw
Dr. Williams
Dr. Lavkulich
That Senate approve the continued offering of
off-campus graduate courses by the Faculty of
Education.
Carried
That Senate approve the offering of the M.Eng.
program by the Department of Civil Engineering
at off—campus locations.
Carried
That Senate approve the offering of graduate
courses and programs at off-campus locations
subject to the conditions set forth by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies ad hoc Committee on
off—campus Courses and Programs, with the
understanding that Senate will be kept informed
of new offerings.
Carried
Change in regulation concerning credit for Guided Independent Study courses
It   was   stated   in   the  proposal   that  there  was  every   indication  that  Guided
Independent Study courses demanded a lot of the student and a high level of attainment
must be achieved.    It was therefore believed that there were circumstances when a
Guided Independent Study course could be a valid component of a graduate degree.
Dr. Williams )     That   Guided   Independent   Study   courses   to   a
Mrs. Macdonald  )     maximum of three units may be used as credit
toward a graduate degree program provided there
is prior approval of the Department and the Dean
of Graduate Studies.
Carried 7663.
Wednesday, December 16, 1981.
Report on Enrolment 1981-82
The report on enrolment for 1981-82 had been circulated for information.   The
total day—time enrolment as at December I, 1981 was 23,879.
The meeting adjourned at 9.30 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, January 20, 1982.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman APPENDIX 'A'
7664.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
New Awards recommended to Senate
Brissenden Scholarship in Architecture - A scholarship in the amount of $750 has been
made available by Mr. & Mrs. P.R. Brissenden. It will be awarded annually to a
student in the School of Architecture who, in the opinion of the faculty, has
demonstrated outstanding initiative and ability, and is preparing to undertake a
graduation project in the area of historic building restoration, rehabilitation, or
re-use.
British Columbia Farm Machinery Museum Association Scholarship - A scholarship in
the amount of $150 will be made available on an annual basis by the Directors of the
B.C. Farm Machinery Museum Association. The award will be made to a student who
has demonstrated an interest in extending engineering principles to the development
of agriculture and is entering the final year in agricultural mechanics or bio—resource
engineering. In selecting a candidate the student's overall standing in the first three
years of undergraduate study will be considered.
B.C Speech and Hearing Association Prize - A book prize in the amount of $75 has
been made available by the British Columbia Speech and Hearing Association to the
outstanding student in the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences. The award will
be made on the recommendation of the School. (This award is available in the
1981/82 Winter Session.)
Madge Hogarth Bursary Fund - One or more bursaries totalling approximately $1,000
have been made available in perpetuity by Madge Hogarth Trumbull. The awards will
be made to students entering the final year in the Faculty of Medicine. (These
bursaries will be available in the 1982/83 Winter Session.)
Janet Narod Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $1,000 has been
established in memory of Janet Narod who attended U.B.C from 1976 to 1980. The
scholarship has been made available by her family and friends and will be awarded to
the outstanding graduating student in English Honours, who intends to continue study
at the graduate level at this university. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of English.
United Association of Plumbers & Steamf itters, Local 170, Scholarships - Two
scholarships of $500 each are provided annually by the United Association of
Plumbers & Steamf itters, Local 170, to students entering first year at any public
university in British Columbia, and proceeding to a degree in any field. To be
eligible, a candidate must be the son, daughter or legal dependent of a member in
good standing of the United Association of Plumbers & Steamf itters, Local 170.
Candidates must write the government scholarship examinations conducted in January
and June by the B.C. Ministry of Education. Academic standing, as determined by the
results of these examinations, will be the principal basis for selecting award
recipients, although grades earned in secondary school subjects during the year may
be considered when rankings among candidates are close. The Union reserves the
right to withhold an award if candidates do not obtain sufficiently high standing or if
they receive other major awards.
University Publishers Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $350 has been
made available by University Publishers to assist a student in the Faculty of Law to
purchase textbooks. The award will be made on the basis of academic standing and
participation in the activities of the Law Students Association. The award will be
made on the recommendation of the Faculty in consultation with the Law Students
Association. The financial circumstances of a candidate may be a consideration.
(This scholarship will be available in the 1982/83 Winter Session.) APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Animal Science
Changes ANSC 320    -change in hours
323    -change in hours and prerequisite
426    -change in title, description and prerequisite
Program change - requirements and electives for Rangeland Resources
Program:  Agricultural Economics 258 replaces Agricultural Economics 374
Plant Science
Changes PLNT 433, 434 - change in title
259    -change in title and description
338, 418 - change in hours
414    -change in hours and frequency
408    -change in number and frequency (formerly 305)
Program changes:
Crop Protection Option
Required: Plant Science 431 (Ife), 432 (Ife) or 437 (Ife), 433 (Ife) or 434 (Ife), 435
(Ife) and a minimum of 4fe units selected from Plant Science 406 (Ife), 408 (Ife),
411 (Ife), 412 (Ife), 417 (Ife).
Recommended electives: Botany 308 (Ife), Microbiology 200 (3) or 417 (Ife), Plant
Science 322 (Ife), 326 (Ife), 414 (Ife), 418 (Ife), Soil Science 315 (Ife).
Agronomy and Rangeland Resources Options
Students are required to take a minimum of 4lfe units of courses offered
outside the Department of Plant Science but within the Faculty of Agricultural
Sciences. In order to meet this requirement, students in the Department of Plant
Science are required to take Soil Science 200 (Ife) in second year. The remaining
3-onits minimum should normally be selected from the following: Agricultural
Economics 258 (Ife), Animal Science/Poultry Science 258 (Ife), Food Science 258
(Ife), Food Science 259 (Ife), Soil Science 214 (Ife). Soil Science 214 is required of
students in the Agromony option and is strongly recommended of students in other
options. Agricultural Economics 258 (life) and Animal Science 258 (Ife) are both
required of students in the Agronomy and Rangeland Resources options. 7666.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Plant Science (continued)
Agronomy option
Required: Agricultural Mechanics 303 (life) and 304 (Ife) or 305 (Ife); Animal
Science 322 (Ife); Plant Science 406 (Ife), 408 (Ife), 434 (Ife); Soil Science 315 (Ife),
4l6(lfe).
Recommended electives: Agricultural Mechanics 304 (Ife) or 305 (Ife); Plant
Science 304 (life), 322 (Ife), 326 (Ife), 413 (Ife); Soil Science 314 (Ife).
Rangeland Resources option
Recommended electives:  Agricultural Economics 374 (Ife).
Prerequisites:
(Add to beginning of Plant Science course listings)
Note:    Admission to Plant Science 406, 407, 408, 411, 412, 414, 417 and 418
requires previous credit for Plant Science 259 or permission of instructor.
Soil Science
Changes SOIL   314      -change in description and hours
418 -change in title, description, units and hours
419 -change in title, description and prerequisite
Program change:
Students in the Rangeland Resources option must complete the following
courses: Agricultural Economis 258 (Ife); Animal Science 421 (Ife); Biology 321
(life); Economics 370 (Ife); Forestry 125 (Ife), 442 or 443 (Ife); Plant Science 304
(Ife); 320 (Ife); 404 (Ife); 405 (Ife); Soil Science 314 (Ife), 315 (Ife) and 416 (Ife). The
program allows 4fe units of unrestricted electives.
Landscape Architecture
Program change:
Second Year: Landscape Architecture 200 from 3 to 4fe
Recommended Electives from 6 to 4fe
Third Year: Landscape Architecture 300 from 3 to 4fe
Recommended Electives from 7fe to 6
Fourth Year: Landscape Architecture 400 from 3 to 4fe
Recommended Electives from 7fe to 6
Changes LARC 200, 300, 400 - change in units 7667.
Wednesday,  December   16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals (continued)
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology and Sociology
New courses ANSO 205 (I fe)   Introduction to Historical Archaeology
321 (Ife)   The Canadian Far West in Prehistory
322 (Ife)   Archaeological    Foundations    of    East    and
Southeast Asian Civilizations
424 (I fe/3)d Appl ied Archaeology
451  (lfe/3)d Conservation of Artifacts
Addition of courses to the Archaeology listing:
Anthropology 205
Anthropology 321
Anthropology 322
Anthropology 424
Anthropology 45
Anthropology 510
Introduction to Historical Archaeology
The Canadian Far West in Prehistory
Archaeological Foundations of East and Southeast Asian
Civilizations
Applied Archaeology
Conservation of Artifacts
Comparative and Developmental Studies in Archaeology
Changes ANSO 203 -change in description
420 -change in description, units, hours and prerequisite
Asian Studies
Chinese 405 - add prerequisite:  Chinese 301 or equivalent
Add the following courses to the Literature Requirement: Asian Studies 302, 335,
345, 350,415,435.
The following courses are to be cross-listed with History 380 and History 480:
ASIA   380 (3)      Modern Chinese History since 1840
480 (3)      Economic   and   Social    History   of   Modern
China to 1949
Classics
Changes GREK 200 -change in title
301  -change in description and prerequisite
303 -change in description
Program change:
Major in Greek. Classical Studies 331 (preferably in the second year). 15 units of
Greek numbered above 300; for 3 of these, a course in Latin or in Classical Studies
numbered above 300 may be substituted.
Major in Latin. Classical Studies 331 (preferably in the second year). 15 units of
Latin numbered above 300; for 3 of these, a course in Greek or in Classical Studies
numbered above 300 may be substituted. 7668.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Classics   (continued)
The current entries for "Honours in Greek" and "Honours in Latin" should be
deleted and replaced by a single honours program, as follows:
Honours in Classics
Prerequisites: Greek 200, Latin 205, Classical Studies 331. Latin 301 may be
substituted by permission of the deparmental Honours Advisor.
Third and Fourth years: 30 units in Greek and Latin numbered 300 or above which
must include either Latin 410 (composition), or Greek 410 (composition). Students
preparing for admission to a Graduate Program in Classics should schedule both
Greek 410 and Latin 410 (offered in alternate years).
The Department is prepared to arrange Honours programs in collaboration with
other Departments (e.g., French, Hispanic & Italian Studies, English).
Economics
Deletions ECON 327, 328, 470
New courses ECON 471  (Ife)   Economics of Nonrenewable Resources
471  (Ife)   Economics of Renewable Resources*
Changes ECON 308 -change in description
ECON 371  -change in course rider
Program changes:
Under "Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Major" delete all
references to Mathematics 101.
Under "Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Honours" line 3 should
be changed to read:
Economics 306 and 307 (or Economics 301 and 302, or
Economics 201 and 202, or Economics 200)
Under "Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Major" line 6, delete the
phrase "or 327 and 328 with permission of instructor."
Under "Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Honours" line 5 and 10,
delete references to Economics 327 and 318. APPENDIX 'B'
7669.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Geography
Deletions GEOG 310, 314, 315, 317, 318, 323, 326, 415, 417, 420, 424,
462, 492
New courses GEOG 310 (3)     Our Natural Environment
315 (Ife)   Environmental Inventory and Classification
317 (Ife)   The     Physical      Environment     of     British
Columbia
320 (Ife)   Cultural Geography of Canada and the United
States
352 (Ife)   The Geography of Third World Urbanization
362 (Ife)   Geography of Economic Development
363 (Ife)   the Geogrpahy of Resource Industries
415 (Ife)   Environmental        Quality        and        Impact
Assessment
417 (Ife)   Physical Environment of the City
418 (Ife)   Environmental Change
422 (Ife)   Rural Settlement in the Third World
425 (life)   Landscape and Life in Imperial China
490 (life)   Geography      of      International      Economic
Systems:  Canada and the Pacific Basin
Changes GEOG 201  -change in title, description and hours
345 -change in title, description, hours and rider
350 -change in description, hours and prerequisite
360 -change in title and hours
366 (3)      Geography and Natural Resources, split into
two courses, now:
366 (Ife)   Environment and Resources, and
466 (Ife)   Geography and Resource Management
372 -change in description, hours and prerequisite
423 -change in title, description, hours and prerequisite
461  -change in title, description and hours
325 -change   in   number   (formerly   482),   description,
hours and prerequisite
481, 483, 484 - change in prerequisite
Program change - requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Major
First and Second Years:
At least Ife units from Geography 103 and 200; Geography 201 and at least 3 units
from Geography 101, 212 and 213.
Third and Fourth Years:
15 units of Geography courses numbered 300 or above, and selected as follows:
Geography 320, 350 366 (4fe units); and 3 units from Technique Courses, and 7fe
units, at least 3 of which shall be at the 400 level.   Students may wish to select
these courses from the following streams:
Cultural/Historical
Economic
Environmental
Urban 7670.
Wednesday,  December   16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Germanic Studies
New courses GERM 300 (3)      Third-year German
400 (30     Fourth-year Gentian
Changes GERM 450 -change in number (formerly 400)
Deletion GERM 313
Program change - requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts:
Major in German
First and second years:
Sequence I      (for students with no prior knowledge of German):
German 100, 200 or 203
Sequence II    (for students with High School German or German language
background):   German I 10 or 120, 223 or 233
Sequence III   (intensive sequence):   123 , 233/333 or 100, 203, 233
Third and Fourth Years:
2 3
Sequence I      German 300 ,310, 350, 400 , 450 and 3 additional units from
German courses 402-410.
Sequence II     German 310, 323 or 333, 350, 450 and 3 additional units from
German courses 402-423.
Sequence III   German 310, 333, 350, 450 and 3 additional units from German
courses 402-423.
Honours in German
Third and Fourth Years:
Sequence I      German 300,  310,  350,  400, 450, 439 and 3 additional units
from German courses 402-410.
Sequence II     German 310, 323 or 333, 350 450, 439 and 3 additional units
from German courses 402-423.
Sequence III   German 310, 333, 350, 450, 439 and 3 additional units from
German courses 402-423.
1. German 123 is open only to students with no prior knowledge of German.
2. Students who have taken 223 will not receive credit for 300.
3. Students who have taken 323 will not receive credit for 400. APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
7671.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
History
New courses
Change
HIST   205 (Ife)   Introduction to Historial Archaeology
207 (Ife)   Piety and Dissent in the High Middle Ages
208 (Ife)   Mediaeval Trade and Towns
HIST   246 -change in title and description
Linguistics
New courses
LING   427 (lfe/3)d  Introduction to Semantics
431 (Ife)   Field Methods:  Phonology
432 (Ip)   Field Methods:   Morphology and Syntax
Music
Change
Music 100   -change in description
Addition of credit for non-Music Majors - add the following courses to List
•A': Music 150 (10, 151 (I), 152 (I), 153 (I), 154 (I), 155 (I), 156 (I), 160 (I), 161
(I), 162(1), 163(1), 164(1).
Under "Performing Organizations" change the second sentence to read: The
organizations include qualified non-music majors as well, who may be accepted by
audition.
Change the bracketed phrase following "Ensembles" — which introduces
Music 150-156, 160-164 — to read: ensembles--(Open to non-music majors,
after audition.)
Philosophy
New courses
Changes
PHIL 426 (Ife) Philosophy of Psychology: A.
427 (Ife) Philosophy of Psychology: B.
403 (Ife)   Topics in Symbolic Logic:  57
PHIL   402 -change in title, description, units and prerequisite
Program change:
(Under both "Requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Major" and
"Honours," change the wording of the paragraphs to read as follows:) Additional
units in Third-Year and Fourth-Year Philosophy courses (exclusive of 350 and 410)
or Greek 407 (only Ife units from Greek 407 may be counted towards the
Philosophy Major) or . . . APPENDIX 'B'
7672.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS (continued)
Political Science
New course
POLI
317
Changes
POLI
203
302
309
310
415
470
(3)      African Politics and Government
-change in title and description
-change in description
-change in course rider
-change in title and prerequisite
-change in description and prerequisite
-change in description
Program change - requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts: Major: Third
and Fourth Years - 15 units in courses in Political Science numbered 300 and
above.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Change EDUC 504 -change in title
Linguistics
New courses
LING   501  (lfe/3)d Syntactic Theory
538 (lfe/3)d  Seminar on Language Acquisition in
Children
Music
Change
Pathology
Change
MUSC 509 -change in unit value
PATH 500 -change in unit value
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry
Change BIOC   301  -change in hours and prerequisite
Program change - Honours Biochemistry:
First Year Second Year
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Mathematics 120 and 121
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Physics 110, 115, or 120
(3)
English 100
(3)
(15)
Biology 200
(life)
Biology 201
(life)
Chemistry 203
(3)
Chemistry 220
(3)
Mathematics 200
(life)
Microbiology 200
(3)
Arts elective       ,
(3)
Science elective
(life)
(18) 7673.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry (continued)
Program change - Honours Biochemistry:
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
Third Year
Fourth Year
Biochemistry 303
Biochemistry 301
Chemistry 313
Chemistry 305
Biology 334
Physiology 301
(3)
(Ife)
(3)
(3)
(life)
(3)
Biochemistry 402
Biochemistry 403
Biochemistry 404
Biochemistry 449
Two units from Chemistry
403,405,411,413
(Ife)
(life)
(1)
(3)
(2)
Elective '
(JL
Science elective
(3)
(18)
Elective '
(3J_
(15)
Suggested Science Electives (Major and Honours):
Second, Third or Fourth Year
Computer Science 115        (3)
Computer Science 118       (Ife)
Third or Fourth Year
Biochemistry 430 (I)
Biology 300 (life)
Biology 301 (Ife)
Biology 330 (3)
Biology 334 (Ife)
Botany 435 (3)
Chemistry 335 (3)
Chemistry 403 (I)
Chemistry 405 (I)
Chemistry 41 I (I)
2
Nine units of Arts are required for graduation.
Biochemistry   300,   302   or  303   and  Biochemistry   301   are  prerequisite  to  all
graduate courses in Biochemistry.
Biology
Program   change  -  Combined Biology and Forestry  Honours  Program:  Change
Third Year to:  Biology 330 or Botany 330, or Zoology 303 (3)
Mathematics 205
(Ife)
Zoology 203
(Ife)
Chemistry 413
(1)
Chemistry 435
(1)
Microbiology 302
(Ife)
Microbiology 325
(Ife)
Microbiology 402
(Ife)
Microbiology 409
(Ife)
Physiology 303
(Ife)
Zoology 304
(life)
Zoology 408
(Ife)
Zoology 405
(Ife)
Botany
Changes
BOTA 209, 301 -change in hours APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (continued)
Computer Science
7674.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
New courses
Changes
Deletions
CPSC 319 (Ife) Introduction to Compiler Construction
419 (Ife) Advanced Compiler Construction
322 (Ife) Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
422 (Ife) Intelligent Systems
410 (Ife) Introduction to (Operating Systems 1
415 (Ife) Introduction to Operating Systems II
CPSC 420 -change in hours
430 -change in title
CPSC 410 (3)      Systems Programming
411 (3)      Compiler Design
422 (3)      Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
New Program:
Major in Mathematical Computing
First Year
Computer Science I 15
Mathematics 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
Physics NO, 115 or 120
Chemistry I 10 or 120
English 100
Third and Fourth Years
Second Year
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(15)
Computer
Science
215,
220
(41fe)
Mathemaf
cs 200,
315
205,
221,
(6)
Arts elect
ves
(3)
Elective
(life)
Computer Science 302, 315, 405
Mathematics 305, 307, 340, 344
Courses chosen from the Options List:
Computer Science 402, 403, 406
Mathematics 304, 306, 316, 318,
345, 405, 407, 480
Arts electives
Electives
(7fe)
(6)
(6)
(3)
(7fe)
(30)
(15)
Students should consider the advisability of taking Mathematics 220.
2
Students are encouraged to take courses in areas of application in consultation
with a program advisor. APPENDIX 'B'
7675.
Wednesday,  December   16,   1981.
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE   (continued)
Geography
New course GEOG 310 (3)     Our Natural Environment
Geological Sciences
Changes GEOL 305 -change in title and description
462 -change in description
Program change - Honours in Geology:
Third Year
Geology 323        (life)
Electives (3)
Recommended courses in Geology are
315, 322, 330, 333, 342.
Geophysics and Astronomy
Changes GEOP 310 and ASTR 310 - change in description
GEOP 400 -change in description
ASTR 401   -change in prerequisite
ASTR 402 -change   in   title,   description,   units,   hours   and
prerequisite
Delection ASTR 301
Program change - Combined Honours in Physics and Astronomy:
Third Year Fourth Year
Astronomy 302 (Ife) Astronomy 401, 402 (4fe)
Electives chosen in
consultation. . . (4)
(footnote I is deleted)
Program change - Combined Honours Astronomy and Geophysics—Focus Planetary
Sciences:
First Year Second Year
Chemistry 208 (3)
Computer Science 101 or 118 (Ife)
Geology 210 (3)
Mathematics 200, 201, 221
and 315 (6)
Physics 201 and 209 (3)
(I6fe)
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
English 100
Mathematics 100 and 101
or 120 and 121
Physics 120, 115 or 110
Geophysics 120 and
Geology 125
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)_
(15) 7676.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy (continued)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Astronomy 300
(Ife)
Physics 303
(2)
Geophysics and
Geophysics 424 or
Astronomy 315
(3)
Physics 304
(life)
Geophysics 320
(Ife)
Geophysics 426
(Ife)
Geophysics 424 or
Astronomy 449 or
Physics 304
(Ife)
Geophysics 449
(1-3)
Mathematics 316 or
Arts elective
(3)
Physics 312
(Ife)
Option A2
Physics 200 and 206 (or 216)
(3)
Astronomy 421, 431
(3)
Physics 307, 3082                   3
Science electives
3
(4fe-2fe)
or Geophysics 321, 322
(3)
Option G
Arts elective
(3)
Geophysics 420, 421
(3)
(\Q\
Science electives
■ (4fe-2fe)
(I6fe)
Geology 105 may be accepted.
2
Required courses in the Astronomy Option.    Science elective to be chosen in
consultation with the Departmental program advisor.
3
Required courses in the Geophysics Option.    Science elective to be chosen in
consultation with the Departmental program advisor.
Program change - Major in Astronomy:
First Year
(Unchanged)
Third Year (to be implemented in
83—84 academic year)
Astronomy 300, 302
Physcis200, 206 (or 216)
Mathematics 316 or
Physics 312
Physics 307, 308
Electives
(3)
(3)
(Ife)
(3)
(4fe)
(15)
Second Year
Astronomy 200 (3)
Physics 201, 209 (3)
Mathematics 200, 221, 201,
and 315 (6)
Arts elective (3)
(15)
Fourth Year (to be implemented in
84-85 academic year)
Astronomy 401, 402 (41fe)
Astronomy 421, 431 (3)
Physics 303, 304, 409 (5fe)
Elective (2)
(15)
"Computer Science 101 (Ife), I 15 (3) or I 18 (Ife) is recommended. APPENDIX 'B'
Wednesday,  December
7677.
16,   1981.
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Mathematics
New course MATH 225 (3)      Advanced Calculus
Change MATH 418 -change in title and description
Program change - Honours Mathematics:
First Year Second Year
Mathematics 120 and 121
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Physics 120 or 115 or 110
(3)
Chemistry 120 or 110
(3)
English 100
(3)
Electives
(3)
Mathematics 221 (1st term)
(life)
Mathematics 220 (2nd term)
(life)
Mathematics 225 or
200 and 201
(3)
Mathematics 315 (2nd term)
(Ife)
Computer Science 1 15
(3)
Electives
(lfe-4fe)
Arts elective
(3)
(15)
"Students are stongly urged at this point to take Mathematics 205.
(15-18)
Microbiology
New courses
Deletions
MICB 415 Principles of Pathogenic Microbiology
425 (Ife)   Oral Microbiology
MICB 426, 447, 457
Oceanography
Changes OCGY 401, 405 -change in description
Program change - Combined Honours Biology/Oceanography:
First Year
Second Year
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
(Ife)
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Chemistry 230 or 203
(3)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Science electives '
(9)
Physics 110 or 115 or 120
(3)
Arts elective
(3)
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
(15)
(18) APPENDIX 'B'
7678.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography  (continued)
Third and Fourth Years
Oceanography 300
(1)
Oceanography 449
(3)
Oceanography 301
(1)
Biology 300
(Ife)
Oceanography 303
(1)
Biology 334
(Ife)
Oceanography 316
(Ife)
Biology 321, 322
(3)
Oceanography 406
(Ife)
Other Biology, Botany or
Zoology courses
number 300 or higher
(4fe)
Arts elective
(3)
Science electives
(lOfe)
(33)
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science I 15 (or
101 and 118), or Geography 101, and 6 additional units chosen from list given
under Biology program, Second Year, including 3 units of courses on organisms,
e.g. Botany 209 and Zoology 205 or Microbiology 200.
2
Mathematics 200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third Year; Science
electives may include additional oceanography courses in 3rd and 4th years.
Program change - Combined Honours Botany/Oceanography:
First Year Second Year
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
(Ife)
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Botany 209
(Ife)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Botany 210
(life)
Physics 1 10 or 115 or 120
(3)
Chemistry 230
(3)
Biology 101 or 102
(3L
Zoology 205
(Ife)
(15)
Science electives '
(4fe)
Arts elective
(3)
(18)
Third and Fourth Years
Oceanography 300
(1)
Biology 300
(Ife)
Oceanography 301
(1)
Biology 321
(Ife)
Oceanography 303
(1)
Biology 322
(Ife)
Oceanography 316
(life)
Botany 301
(Ife)
Oceanography 406
(Ife)
Botany 330
(3)
Oceanography 449
(3)
Botany 410
(life)
Botany 415
(Ife)
Other Botany courses
numbered 300 or higher
(4fe)
Science elective   '
(4fe)
Arts elective
(3)
(33) 7679.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography  (continued)
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science 115 (or
101 and I 18), or Geography 101, and additional units for required total.
2
Mathematics 200  is strongly recommended in Second or Third years;  Science
electives may include additional oceanography courses in 3rd or 4th years.
3
Biology 334 strongly recommended.
Program change - Combined Honours Zoology/Oceanography:
First Year Second Year
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Biology 200
(life)
English 100
(3)
Biology 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Zoology 203
(Ife)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Zoology 205
(life)
Physics 1 10 or 1 15 or 120
(3)
Chemistry 230       . 0
Science electives   '
(3)
Biology 101 or 102
(3)
(6)
t\ c\
Arts elective
(3)
Third and Fourth Years
(18)
Oceanography 300
(1)
Biology 300
(Ife)
Oceanography 301
(1)
Zoology 304
(Ife)
Oceanography 303
(1)
Zoology 303
(3)
Oceanography 316
(Ife)
Biology 321, 322
(3)
Oceanography 406
(life)
Zoology 402          ~ ~
Science electives   '
(Ife)
Oceanography 449
(3)
(lOfe)
Arts elective
(3)
(33)
One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science 115 (or
101 and I 18) or Geography 101, and additional units for required total.
2
Mathematics 200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third years; Science
electives may include additional oceanography courses in 3rd or 4th years.
3
Zoology 340 and 440 available as electives; Biology 334 and Zoology 415 strongly
recommended. 7680.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography  (continued)
Program change - Combined Honours Chemistry/Oceanography:
First Year
Fourth year
Second Year
No changes
Chemistry 403
(1)
Chemistry 404
(1)
Third Year
Chemistry 421
(1)
Chemistry electives
(2)
Oceanography 401
(1)
Oceanography 408, ^
Science electives   '
(1)
(3)
Arts elective
(3)
Oceanography 449
OR               3
Chemistry 449
(3)
(16)
2
Mathematics 315, 316 are recommended for Chemistry 304; Science electives
may include additional oceanography courses in third and fourth years.
3
Electing Chemistry 449 requires that the Science electives all be oceanography
courses.
Program change - Combined Honours Physics/Oceanography:
First Year Second Year
Chemistry 110 or 120
(3)
Physics 200
(1)
English 100
(3)
Physics 201
(Ife)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Physics 206 or 216
(2)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Physics 209
(Ife)
Physics 110 or 115 or 120
(3)
Mathematics 200
(life)
Elective
(3)
Mathematics 201
Mathematics 221
(Ife)
(Ife)
(15)
Mathematics 315
Science elective
(Ife)
(3)
Arts elective
(3)
(18) 7681
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
Course curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography (continued)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Physics 303
(2)
Physics 401
(Ife)
Physics 304
(life)
Physics 402
(life)
Physics 306
(2)
Physics 406 and 408
(2)
Physics 307
(1)
Oceanography 408
(1)
Physics 308
(2)
Oceanography 409
(1)
Physics 309
(2)
Oceanography 449
(3)
Mathematics 316
(Ife)
Arts elective      -
Science elective
(3)
Oceanography 300
(1)
J3)
Oceanography 301
(1)
(16)
Oceanography 302
(1)
Oceanography 303
(1)
Oceanography 401
(1)
(17)
One of Geology 105 (or Geophysics  120 and Geology 125), Biology 101  or  102,
Computer Science I 15 (or 101 and I 18), Geography 101.
2
Recommended:  more Computer Science, Mathematics, or Geography 212.
3
Three    units    recommended    from    the    following:        Mathematics 300    (3),
Mathematics 345 (Ife), Geography 311  (Ife), Geography 312 (Ife), Geophysics 322
(Ife), Computer Sciences 302 (3).
Program change - Combined Honours Geology/Oceanography:
First Year Second Year
Chemistry 1 10 or 120
(3)
Geology 206
(Ife)
English 100
(3)
Geology 210
(3)
Mathematics 120 and 121
Geology 226
(Ife)
(or 100 and 101)
(3)
Mathematics 105
(life)
Physics 110 or 115 or 120
(3)
Two of Mathematics 200,
Geology 125
(Ife)
221, Computer Science 101
(3)
Geophysics 120
(life)
Chemistry 208
(3)
(15)
Electives
(4fe)
(18) 7682.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981
APPENDIX 'B'
Course curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography (continued)
Third Year
Fourth Year
Oceanography 300
(1)
Oceanography 401 or 405
(1)
Oceanography 301
(1)
Oceanography 408
(1)
Oceanography 302
(1)
Oceanography 449
(3)
Geology 426
(Ife)
Oceanography elective
(Ife)
Geology 304
(3)
Geology electives
(4fe)
Geology 320
(3)
Arts elective       0
Science elective
(3)
Geology 321
(Ife)
(3)
Arts elective       0
Science elective
(3)
(1)
(17)
(16)
Recommended Biology 101 or 102 or Geophysics 221.
2
Science electives may include additional oceanography courses in 3rd and 4th
years.
Physics
Change PHYS 209 -change in hours
Deletions PHYS 317, 318 (to be implemented in 1983-84)
Program change - Major in Physics (to be implemented in 1983—84):
Third and Fourth Year
Physics 307 (I) and Physics 308 (2)
Program change - Combined Honours in Physics and Computer Science:
Fourth Year
Physics 409 (3)
Additional Physics (3)
(per consultation)
Psychology
New course PSYC 465 (3)     Computers in Psychology
Change PSYC 467 change in prerequisite statement 7683.
Wednesday,  December  16,   1981.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (continued)
Zoology
New course ZOOL 431  (Ife)   Comparative Endocrinology
Changes ZOOL 408 - change   in   number   (formerly   308)   description,
hours and prerequisites
340 -  change in description
307, 429, 440 - change in prerequisites
428 - change in description, hours and prerequisities
Program change - major in Zoology:
Third and Fourth Year - At least 15 units of Zoology or Biology courses must
be taken at the 300 or 400 level to include 9 units chosen from Biology 300,
321, 322, 334, Zoology 303, 304, 305, 306, 323, 402.
Program change - Honours in Zoology:
Third Year - Zoology 303 (3)
Electives (3)

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