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Array 6253.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
The Fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, December 18, 1974
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:    PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Dean D. V. Bates, Dr.  L. L. Bongie, Dr. C. B. Bourne, Dr. C. A. Brockley,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns, Mr.  R. J. Carter, Dr. S. D. Cavers,
Dr.  R. M. Clark, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr.  R. Daniells,  Dr. C G.  David,
Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, The Hon. E.  D.
Fulton, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean J . A. F. Gardner,
Dr. W. C Gibson, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr.  B.
Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. F. R. C. Johnstone, Dr. J. M.
Kennedy, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mrs. W. T.  Lane, Dr.  D. J. MacDougall,
Mr. D. B. Mackay, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr.  R. E. McConnell, Dr. C. A.
McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C. M. Moriarty, Mr.  R.  F. Osborne, Dr.  R. A.  Restrepo, Dean B. E.
Riedel, Dr. G.  Rosenbluth, Dr.  I. S.  Ross, Dr. A.  D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw,
Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. R. Stein, Mr. G. A. Thorn,
Mr. B. B. Trevino, Dr. M. Uprichard, Dean G. M. Volkoff, Dr. W. A.
Webber, Dr. R. L. White, Acting Dean R. M. Will.
Observer:    Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Mrs. M. F. Ap^us, Mr.  R. M. Buzza, Mr. C P.
Cole, Dr.  N. Epstein, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. J. M. Houston,
Dr. W.  D. Kitts, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean S. W.  Leung, Mr. T. B.
Lindsay, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dr. G. V. Parkinson, Mr. P. S. Plant,
Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr.  F. C. Walden,
Mr. D. R. Williams. 6254.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
The Chairman welcomed to Senate Rev. Paul C. Burns who had
replaced Rev. R. W. Finn as Principal of St. Mark's College and as
representative of the college on Senate.
Congratulations were offered to Ms. B. Gene Errington on her
appointment by the Provincial Government as Status of Women Co-ordinator
for International Women's Year 1975.
Congratulations were also extended to the two faculty members
elected to serve on the Board of Governors, Dr. G. Rosenbluth and
Dr. W. A. Webber, and to the two student members Mr. Svend J.
Robinson and Mr.  Richard H. Murray.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick     ) That the Minutes of the Third regular
Dr. McGregor    ) meeting of Senate for the Session 1974-75
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Business  arising from  the Minutes
Advisory Committee for the selection of Deans   (P.6243-5)
Senate was notified that the following resolution was passed by the
Board of Governors at its meeting of December 3, 1974:-
"That, as recommended by Senate at its meeting of November 13, 1974
the proposed Advisory Committee for the Selection of Deans be adopted
only for the selection of a Dean of Arts, to succeed the present Dean of
Arts; and that President Walter H. Gage be and is hereby authorized
to appoint an ad hoc committee of the Board to meet with an ad hoc
committee of Senate to consider procedures for the establishment of
future advisory committees for the selection of deans;  these procedures
to be available by April 1 , 1975." 6255.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Advisory Committee for the selection of Deans   (continued)
In order to save time the Agenda Committee had requested the
Nominating Committee to submit recommendations for membership of
the Senate ad hoc Committee.   The Nominating Committee recommended
the following membership:
Dr. C. B. Bourne
Dr. C V. Finnegan
Miss A. J . Francis
Acting Dean R. M. Will
Dr. McGregor    ) That the recommendations of the
Dean Volkoff       ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Examination Schedules   (P.6246)
The following statement concerning examination schedules had been
circulated for information:-
"There was discussion at the meeting of Senate held November 13, 1974
(Minutes, P. 6246) of the desirability of adjusting the examination timetable
to avoid multiple exams on the same day for as many students as possible.
The use of a computer to equalize spacings was suggested.
Steps have been taken by the Systems Services Office and the Computing
Centre to experiment with improved methods before the examinations of April,
1975.   One or more algorithms will be tried on the December, 1974 data, and
the results presented to the Registrar's Office for a decision on their merits.
These attemps are unlikely to be greeted with universal acclaim.   For
one thing, the greater the success in equal spacing of examinations, the more
students will find their last exam in the final day or two of the exam period
preventing an early departure for vacation employment or travel.   Also, there
is a conflict with the need to schedule large classes fairly early to give faculty 6256.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Examination Schedules   (continued)
members reasonable opportunities for marking before the Registrar's
deadlines.   Further, there are special problems with exams that require
special facilities, or for which a faculty member has requested avoidance
of certain dates.
In short, the criteria for optimizing the timetable have not been
fully specified by the University."
From the Board of Governors
Student representation on the Advisory Committee for the selection
of a Dean of Arts
The following resolution was passed by the Board of Governors at
its meeting of December 3, 1974:-
"That, subject to approval by Senate, the Board of Governors
accepts the request conveyed in a letter from the Acting
President of the Arts Undergraduate Society, that the two
student representatives on the Advisory Committee for the
Selection of a Dean of Arts, be nominated from and elected
by the registered students in the Faculty of Arts and graduate
students associated with the Faculty of Arts, the nominations
and elections to be conducted by the Arts Undergraduate Society
in accordance with procedures considered satisfactory by the
Registrar."
Dr. Cavers       ) That the resolution of the Board of
Dean Gardner   ) Governors be approved.
Carried
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. 6257.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
From  the  Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate  recommendations
(continued)
(i) New courses and course changes in Botany, Biology, Biochemistry
and Forestry, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(P. 6252)
(ii) Revision in the Calendar statement for requirements for the LL.B.
degree recommended by the Faculty of Law.    (P. 6237-8)
(iii) Deletion of the Combined Honours B.Sc./M . D. or D.M . D. Program
in Physiology, recommended by the Faculty of Medicine.    (P. 6238)
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Riedel     ) That the new awards listed in
Dean Cowan    ) Appendix'A'be accepted subject
to the approval of the Board of
Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hardwick presented the report on proposals referred to the
committee.
Faculty of Agricultural  Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick    ) That new courses and course
Dean Shaw ) changes recommended by the
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.
Attention was drawn to the fact that Plant Science 324 and
325 were comparable to Botany 330, and that Plant Science 331 6258.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Agricultural  Sciences    (continued)
was comparable to Zoology 311.    Dean Shaw agreed to a suggestion
that the descriptions of these courses include a sentence stating that
credit would be granted for only one of these courses and not for both.
The motion was put and carried.
Dr. Hardwick     )        That the calendar changes recommended
Dean Shaw )        by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.
It was pointed out that in the courses listed under Animal Science
Physics 105 should read Physics 145.
The motion was put and carried.
School of Architecture   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     )        That the course changes recommended
Mr. Osborne       )        by the School of Architecture be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix ' B1)
Dr. Hardwick      ) That new courses, course and curriculum
Dean Andrews     ) changes recommended by the Faculty of
Education be approved.
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the committee that
approval of the revision in the unit value of Education 437 be withheld
pending clarification. 6259.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education    (continued)
The motion was put and carried
Faculty of Forestry   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick    ) That new courses and course changes
Dean Gardner    ) recommended by the Faculty of Forestry
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr.  Hardwick     ) That new courses in Physiology
Dean Cowan ) recommended by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Medicine
The following outline of proposed curriculum changes for
implementation in the 1975-76 Academic Year was submitted by
the Faculty of Medicine:
First Year
1. To allow for earlier introduction of clinical material a start of
Pathology and Microbiology in second phase of second term of
First Year, Pathology to conclude at the end of the first term of
Second Year.
2. To allow for the earlier introduction of Pathology and Microbiology,
Anatomy and Biochemistry to conclude at the end of the first phase
of second term of First Year.   The final examinations in Anatomy
and Biochemistry will be at that time. 6260.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine
First Year   (continued)
3. To accomplish this it is necessary to lengthen the second term of
First Year by three weeks, and divide it into two phases of nine
weeks each.
4. Physiology will continue to be taught throughout First Year.
5. Though the Committee recommends that Biochemistry 410 be a
prerequisite and be replaced by an appropriate Biochemistry
course for medical and dental students, it feels it would be
inappropriate to implement this proposal at a time when a head
of Biochemistry has not been appointed.   They propose that
Biochemistry 410 continue for a further year, and 411 and 412
continue to be offered as electives.
6. Behavioural Sciences.   The proposals allow the introduction of
such a course within the first term of First Year, but are not
dependent upon this.   Firm proposals are not yet able to be
brought to Faculty.
Second Year
1. The present formal pre-medical Second Year teaching will be
concluded by the end of first term.
2. The second term will now consist largely of clinical work
(bedside clinics, wardwork and clinical  (systems)  lectures)
and will continue into the two terms of Third Year.
3. The clinical aspects of Pharmacology (e.g. Therapeutics) and
Microbiology will be allotted time within the clinical (systems)
lectures as appropriate.
Third Year
1.     Present format will continue in first term. 6261.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine
Third Year   (continued)
2.     In the second term, three afternoons a week will be set aside for
electives in basic science areas.   On the other two afternoons
wardwork will include attendance at specialty clinics, e.g.
V.D., Radiotherapy, Arthritis, T.B., Rehabilitation.
Fourth Year
Clinical Clerkship should be 52 weeks.
Independent Study
To encourage habits of self education, up to one third of the time is
made available for independent study and electives.   The arrangement
for this time varies, in each year, being formally identified in First
and Second Year, but in Third Year one afternoon per week is
unscheduled and in addition, wardwork usually does not occupy
all the scheduled time.
It is recommended that formal teaching on Saturdays be abandoned.
Feasibility of Proposals
The proposals have been examined by the subcommittees for First
and Second Years, and sample timetables have been prepared and
approved.   In Third Year the proposals have been approved in
principle, but the detailed scheduling of lectures and clinics will
be considered by the Third Year Committee.   The arrangements
for the basic science electives will require consideration by
representatives of the basic science departments.
The Clinical Clerk Subcommittee will examine proposals for the
allocation of time within the Clerkship.
Co-ordination with  Faculty of Dentistry
The proposals have been examined by the Faculty of Dentistry and
are acceptable. 6262.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Co-ordination with other U.B.C.  Timetables
Wherever possible, the existing timetabling has been retained to
avoid difficult re-scheduling.
Dr. Hardwick     )        That the revised curriculum of the
Dr. Johnstone    )        Faculty of Medicine be approved in
principle.   Specific Senate approval
will be required for implemention of:-
a) Behavioural Science course (First Year)
b) Biochemistry course (First Year)
c) Basic Science electives (Third Year)
d) Specialty Clinics and courses
(Third Year)
In reply to a request for information on the proposed Behavioural
Science course Dean Bates stated that the course, which would be
called "Social Issues in Medicine", had been approved by the Faculty
of Medicine curriculum committee and would be submitted to Senate in
due course.   The course would deal mostly with obvious social issues
as they inter-relate to the work of the medical graduate including
problems of the aging population and their care.
Dr. Hardwick read to Senate a letter received from Dr. Friedman
which stated that when the proposed changes for First Year Medicine
were passed by Faculty it was agreed that these were contingent on the
preparation of an acceptable syllabus for the course in Behavioural 6263.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Science that could be passed by both the Faculty of Medicine and
Senate in the normal manner;  since no such syllabus had been
presented the Department of Anatomy was not prepared to modify
Anatomy 400 and 401 and abbreviate its own highly integrated
courses in favour of an unknown course.
Dr. Johnstone, chairman of the Faculty of Medicine curriculum
committee, commented that the letter was in error in that this was
not what the Faculty of Medicine had agreed to.
In reply to a query as to when the course would be submitted
for Senate approval Dean Bates stated that the Faculty committee
was awaiting assurance of a time slot for this course.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Dr. Hardwick    ) That a new course, Anatomy 405 (3)
Dr. Webber        ) Physiology and Biophysics of Animal
Ceils, recommended by the Faculty of
Medicine, be approved.
Carried
Pharmaceutical  Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     ) That a new course and course change
Dean Riedel ) recommended by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical
Sciences be approved.
Carried 6264.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Physical  Education and  Recreation    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick ) That a new course and course changes
Mr. Osborne    ) recommended by the School of Physical
Education and Recreation be approved.
Carried
School of Rehabilitation  Medicine   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the course and calendar changes
Dr. David ) recommended by the School of Rehabilitation
Medicine be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     ) That new courses and course changes
Dean Volkoff      )        recommended by the Faculty of Science
be approved.
Carried
Modified descriptions for Zoology 417, 314 and 407 recommended
by the committee were approved.
Dr. Hardwick     ) That program changes recommended by
Dean Volkoff       ) the Faculty of Science be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   At its meeting of November 13, 1974
Senate agreed that a committee be established to investigate the operation
of the Bookstore and report back to Senate. 6265.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
The following membership had been recommended by the committee:-
Dr. W. D. Kitts
Mr. A. Milton Moore
Mr. G. J. Peet
Mrs. L. Sayle
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs
Dr . Bou rne        ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. McGregor   ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching  Evaluation
The final report of the committee was presented by Dr. Daniells.   The
report outlined the various methods employed by Faculties and Schools to
evaluate teaching.   The committee concluded that there was no need to alert
Faculties and Schools to their responsibilities in the matter of teaching
evaluation, nor was there any possibility of imposing upon them a common
method of tackling the problem.   What was required was some means of
interchanging the experience and opinion of the various Faculties and
Schools and the provision of a forum where instruction and discussion
may be available to staff members who would find them useful.
The recommendations contained in the report were:-
1.     That the President's office establish a permanent committee to
include the representatives of Faculties specially charged with
the responsibility of evaluating teaching. 6266.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching  Evaluation   (continued)
2.    That the committee set up a series of short courses, staffed by
volunteers from the Faculty at large approved by the committee,
to be offered one or more each academic year, according to
demand.
Dr. Daniells     ) That the report be accepted.
Dr. Bongie       )
Carried
On behalf of Senate the Chairman paid tribute to Dr. Daniells who was
attending his last Senate meeting and would be retiring from the University
at the end of the month.
Dr. Clark read to Senate the following tribute to Dr. Daniells on the
occasion of his last meeting as a member of the University Senate: -
O shades of Dante and of Milton bright!
Come to my aid as I do sing this night
Of your descendant, Daniells, poet of light.
Master of image, metaphor in verse.
Of gentle wit, evocative and terse.
To wield with patient skill how well he knows
The stainless steel of perfect English prose.
Oft has he pondered in his mortal span
The many ways God reaches out to man
With steadfast love to set our hearts aflame.
Free to respond to God who knows us each by name.
To instil love of learning Daniells has zest
To encourage the good to strive for the best.
Such teaching, he tells us, does not come by birth.
But by a commitment, a task of high worth.
And he, when lengthy our verbose debate.
Reminds himself of Milton's thought sedate:
They also serve who only stand and wait. 6267.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate   (continued)
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act
Senate Membership - Joint Faculty  Representatives
Dean McClean presented the report.   The recommendations of the
committee were: -
1. That the President be asked to call a Joint Meeting of the Faculties
for Thursday, February 6, 1975 at 12.30 p.m.
2. That the purpose of the meeting be to determine the manner in
which the 10 joint faculty representatives to Senate are to be
elected.    (As required under the Universities Act section 35 (g).)
3. That to expedite the business of this meeting the faculty members
be asked to make any submissions concerning procedures by giving
written notice of motion not later than January 23, 1975.
Dean McClean     ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. Ross ) committee be approved.
It was agreed that the date of the meeting be changed to
February 13, 1975.    (N.B. The date was later changed back to
February 6, 1975 but the time of the meeting was changed to
4.30 p.m.)
The motion was put and carried.
Representatives from the  individual  Faculties
Dean McClean     )        That the individual Faculties make
Dr . Kennedy       )        their own decisions on the procedures
and timing of the election of their two
representatives to serve on Senate on
the understanding that all elections be
completed by March 31,  1975. 6268.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act
Representatives from  the  individual  Faculties   (continued)
The Chairman confirmed that the elections could be held at
Faculty meetings subject to the terms of the Universities Act.
The motion was put and carried.
Publication of election  results
Dean McClean   ) That Senate accept as policy the full
Dr . Ross ) disclosure of election results by
publication of numbers of votes cast
for the various candidates, except
that for elections already under way
or completed such disclosure be subject
to the approval of all candidates in each
election.
Lost
Academic Year  1975-76
Proposals for the Academic Year 1975-76 were circulated for information
with the exception of one item concerning the last day for changes in courses
in the First Term.
At its meeting of February 24, 1971, Senate approved a recommendation
of an ad hoc committee that students be permitted the first three weeks of
term for changing most courses.   This represented an extension of a week
over the customary period.   However, Faculty criticism had been so
persistent it was felt that Senate should consider making the last day for 6269.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Academic Year 1975-76   (continued)
changes Friday of the second week of lectures.   There would continue to
be provision for changes later than this date with the approval of the Faculty
and instructor concerned.
Dean Cowan        ) That the last day for changes
Dr . McGregor    ) in courses in the First Term be
Friday of the second week of
lectures.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'C')
A list of courses to be offered in Intersession 1975 was circulated for
information.
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix 'C')
A list of courses to be offered January-April 1975, May-July 1975 and
Summer 1976 was circulated for information.
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'C')
A list of Intersession evening credit course proposals was circulated
for information.
Notice of motion re term of office of Deans
The following notice of motion, for discussion at the January 22, 1975
meeting of Senate, had been received from Dr. Epstein:- 6270.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Notice of motion  re term of office of Deans   (continued)
"That the terms of reference of the joint Senate-Board Committee
on the Selection of Deans include the question of the term of office
of Deans."
Other Business
1. Mr. Funt gave notice of the following motion:-
"That Senate accept as policy the full disclosure of student
election results by publication of numbers of votes cast for
the various candidates."
2. A query was raised by Mr. Funt concerning the architectural plans
and siting of the new library data processing centre.   The Chairman
suggested that Mr. Funt confer with him on this matter.
3. Concern was expressed regarding books on sale in the Bookstore
which students had paid full price for in September but would not
be using until the second term.    It was suggested that the matter be
referred to the Ad hoc Committee on the Bookstore.
4. Concern was also expressed that in some cases examination papers
had been distributed 15 minutes late and students had therefore lost
15 minutes of the time allowed for examinations.
5. The following notice of motion was given by Dr. Cavers:- 6271.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Other  Business
5. (continued)
"That Senate establish the following regulations for the University: -
Take home examinations shall not contribute in total more than 20%
of the final mark in any course."
6. Mr. Thorn gave notice of the following motion:-
"WHEREAS
Effective alumni involvement in the University's academic governing
body has been a tradition which has added a knowledge from the
community into the academic decision making at U.B.C and has
helped to create a strong Alumni Association through giving the
graduates a voice in the University affairs through a franchise
which has created a strong graduate tie with the University which
should not be weakened and,
WHEREAS
Convocation Senators with the knowledge gained in participation
have served the university both during and long after their term
as Senators by interpreting the University to the community and,
WHEREAS
The number of Convocation Senators has been reduced from 15 to 4
under the new Universities Act and,
WHEREAS
Much of the work of the University Senate is conducted "in committee"
and the limit of 4 Convocation Senators precludes participation in this
important function,
BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
This Senate increase by 11, the number of Senators to be elected by
Convocation through Section 35 (2)   (1) ." 6272.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Other Business    (continued)
7. Mr. Osborne gave notice of the following motion:-
"That Senate establish a committee to consider specific study of
the examination policies and practices generally with emphasis
on Christmas examinations."
8. The Chairman paid tribute to Mrs. Field and to Mr. Trevino for their
services as Senate representatives on the Board of Governors.
Tributes Committee
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the committee that
Mrs. A. G.  Birkett be granted the status of Professor Emerita of Education.
Dr. McGregor informed Senate that the following persons had accepted
invitations to receive honorary degrees at the 1975 Congregation:-
William M. Armstrong
Carl E. Borden
Roy Daniells
John F. McCreary
Nathan T. Nemetz
The meeting adjourned at 9.45 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
January 22, 1975.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6273.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards  Recommended to Senate
The Joseph Gibbs Memorial  Bursary - A bursary of $100 has been
made available by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Groberman in memory of
Joseph Gibbs who was associated with the firm of Adams Pharmical
Ltd.   The award will be made to a needy student in the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The Robert Lee Scholarship - A scholarship of $200, gift of Mr.
Robert Lee, a graduate of the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration, U.B.C, is offered annually to students in
Commerce and Business Administration who are taking the Urban
Land Economics option, have high academic standards, and are
deserving of assistance to further their education.   The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. 6274.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
A  =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Sciences
B     Change
Plant Science 439 now Agricultural Sciences 400
(change in number, title and description)
Animal Science
A     New course
A     Change
B      Changes
321   (1i)     Analytical  Methods in Animal  Nutrition
422 - change in title, description and hours
258 - change in description and hours
323 - change in prerequisite (now Animal
Science 321   (or equivalent) and 322.)
425 - change in units (now 3 units)
Food Science
A      New course 258   (li)     Exploring  Man's  Food
B      Changes
416 - change in title and description
425 - change in units  (now 3 units)
Plant Science
A     New course 414   (li)     Landscape Plant Production Systems
A     Change
B      Changes
416 - change in number, title and description, now:
415 (1i)   Design in  Landscape  I
A      New course 416   (li)     Design  in  Landscape  II
324 and 325   - change in title and description
331  - change in description
425 - change in description and units (now 3 units)
436 - change in description
438 - change in number and description
439 - change in number, title, description and hours 6275.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Plant Science   (continued)
A      Deletion 424
Poultry Science
A     New courses 321   (li)     Analytical  Methods in Animal  Nutrition
422   (3)       Nutritional  Principles of Livestock and
Poultry Feeding
change in title, description and hours
change in description and hours
change in prerequisite
A
Change
410 -
B
Changes
Soil Science
258 -
323 -
B
Changes
200 -
addition to description
413 and 416   - change in prerequisite, remove
Soil Science 200
425 - change in units (now 3 units)
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
B      Changes Architecture 408 - change in number and title, now:-
407 (1i)   User  Evaluation of Architecture
Architecture 407 -  change in number, now:-
408 (1i)      Social  Aspects of Architectural  Space
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary  Division
A     New course Education 491   (3)   Computers  in Secondary Education
A     Change Canadian Studies Concentration
First and Second Years to read:
(a)   6 units of course work significantly Canadian
in content or approach. 6276.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary  Division
A     Change Canadian Studies Concentration
First and Second Years to read (continued)
(b)  6 units of first or second year course work in
ANTH, ASIA, CLST, ECON, HIST, HIST FINA,
HIST MUSC, PHIL, POLI, SLAV, SOCI or URST.
Note:   Students combining this concentration with a
Social Studies Concentration may apply no more
than 3 units of course work for credit in both
concentrations.
B      Changes Social  Studies Concentration (emphasis on Social
Sciences) to read:
Recommended this Concentration be combined with
History or Geography emphasis.    (Where this is done,
no more than 3 units of course work for credit in both
concentrations may apply) .
Industrial  Education   -   Addition of phrase "Organization
for instruction" to the course description of each of
the following:    EDUC 230, 252, 350, 351, 354, 357,
359, 360,  450,  451, 452, 453,  457, 463, 467.
Mathematics  Education   -   Add:    EDUC 491 to:
List of available electives for the One-year Program
for Graduates.
List of electives for Fifth Year regular program
(Secondary).
Art Education,   Major
Add:    Fifth Year:    -
Professional year, no Art Education studio courses
may be taken this year.   Studio courses continued
during practice teaching.
Librarianship Concentration - now to read:
Third and Fourth Years:    12 units consisting of:
(a) EDUC 381, 383, 385, 387
(b) 3-4 units selected from EDUC 384, 386, 388
(c) 1i-3   units selected from EDUC 414, 472, 494,
495, 496. 6277.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Secondary Division
B     Changes   (continued)
Admission   -   Section 3.
(a)
Delete:
Add:
(b)
Delete:
Add:
(c)
Delete:
Add:
Delete asterisk against library
Academic Concentrations,   Majors and Honours for
Secondary Teachers
Delete asterisk against:    Library and Earth and
Space Science
Biological Sciences,   Concentration and Major
Second,  Third and  Fourth Years
BOTA 305, MICB 201, ZOOL 305 and 301
BOTA 301 and ZOOL 205
ZOOL 204
ZOOL 304
ZOOL 401
ZOOL 403,  412.
Earth and Space Sciences  Concentration
Group A to read:     At least 3 units from ASTR 200,
420 or GEOP 210
Group B: Insert GEOL 327
Group C: Insert GEOP 210
Add to present penultimate paragraph after ASTR 200:
"or GEOP 210"
Add as new last paragraph:    "Only one of the English
at the 200 level or 303 is required."
Earth and Space Sciences  Major
Add GEOP 210 to list
Chemistry,   Concentration and Major
Add "or 335 (3)" after 320 (1) in both Senior Years
(Concentration) and Second, Third and Fourth Years
(Major)
Mathematics Concentration to read:
Senior Years MATH 310, 311 and at least 3 m  re units
of Mathematics to be selected from MATH 205, 301, 305,
312, 318, 322,  445 	
Mathematics Major to read:
First and Second Years MATH 100,  120, 121, 200, 205,
221, 222 and CPSC 210 6278.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
B      Changes Mathematics Major to read:    (continued)
Senior Years Mathematics 310, 311 and at least
7 more units of Mathematics to be selected from
MATH 301, 305, 312,  318,  322,  445
EDUC 332 - change in hours to (3-0;  3-0)
389 - change in course description
432 -  change in title and hours;  will now read:
432  (3)   Psychology of Adolescence
Elementary  Division
A      Changes EDUC 473  -  change in number and title;  now reads:
EDUC 305  (3)   Curriculum and  Instruction
in  Developmental  Reading  in
the  Elementary School
437 - change in description, units and hours;
now reads:
EDUC 437 (1i or 3)   Teaching Maladjusted
Children
B      Change 416 - addition of (1) laboratory hour
A     Changes Section A
The Four-Year Program
Second Year to read:
Second Year  (1975-76 only)
English at the 200-level
Prerequisite or elective
Academic Electives  (ENG 303 strongly recommended)
EDUC 297 and 305
A question arose re the offering of 305 ahead of
310 and it was agreed that Child Development and
Development in Reading should be offered in the
same year and an attempt would be made to arrange
this. 6279.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
A     Changes Section A   (continued)
Third and Fourth Year
Program changed to make it possible for Third
Year students to include EDUC 305 and in-term
blocks of student teaching.
B      Changes Fourth Year,   regular
Change in wording for clarification.
Transferring to Third Year
English 303 has been deleted as a compulsory
course so that EDUC 305 can be included.   Other
minor changes made for clarification.
Section  C
Program for Candidates Holding a Teaching
Certificate
Delete:    Honours Program for  B.Ed.   (Elem.)
Degree
Art Education Concentration and Major
Professional year imposes necessity to change
course sequences.
Mathematics  Education  Concentration to read as
follows:
MATH 100,  121, EDUC 372, 373. 488, 485 and
3 units of electives to be chosen from MATH
120, 130,  140, 205, 221 and 222.
Mathematics  Education  Major
Third and  Fourth Years to read as follows:
EDUC 372, 373, 488, 485;   MATH 120,  310,  311
and 6 units of electives to be chosen from MATH
140,  205, 312,  318,  CPSC 210
Music Education  Concentration
Third and Fourth Years - change to:
... 3 units from MUED 104 ...
Science Education Major
Third and Fourth Years - change to read as
follows:
EDUC 380, 409, 3 units chosen from one of the
sciences named above and not previously taken
or GSED 309;  9 units of elective science courses
approved by the Science Education Department.
(GEOP 310 is recommended) . APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum  Proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
6280.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
New courses
B     Changes
FRST 373  (2)    Principles of the  Design of Forestry
Structures and Mechanisms
FRST 426 (3)    Forest Rangeland Management
FRST 443  (1i) Remote Sensing  in Forestry
FRST 494 (1)    Forest Landscape Analysis and Design
Deletion
FRST 270, 273
FRST 302 -
FRST 351 -
FRST 395 -
FRST 430 -
FRST 442 -
FRST 463 -
FRST 481 , 482
FRST 491 -
FRST 492   -
FRST 473
change in description
change in lab hours
change in title and description
change in description
change in units and hours
change in description, title and hours
add prerequisite (FRST 373)
addition to description
change in title and description
change in description and hours
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
New courses
Physiology 521 (li)
Physiology 522  (li)
Physiology 523 (li)
Physiology 524 (li)
Physiology 526 (1i)
Physiology 527  (1i)
Advanced Topics in  Renal  Physiology
Advanced Topics in Cardiovascular
Physiology
Advanced Topics in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
Advanced Topics  in
Endocrinology
Advanced Topics  in Neurophysiology
Advanced Topics  in  Respiratory
Physiology
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
A     New course PHAR 441   (li) Advanced  Laboratory  in Pharmacology
B      Change
Under heading "Promotion Requirements", Calendar
pages 265/266;  after Item 4, page 266 insert new Item 5
as follows:    (subsequent numbering to be changed
accordingly) 6281.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
B      Change   (continued)
5.     A student who fails to reach a pass standing in
the Dispensing section of Pharmaceutics 310, will
receive a standing of 'T' for the course.   Provided
other promotion requirements are satisfied, the
student will be permitted to register in the Fourth
year but will be required to repeat the Dispensing
section of 310 and take all necessary tests and
examinations both theoretical and practical
pertaining thereto.   On the satisfactory
completion of the Dispensing section of 310,
a grade will be assigned for the entire
Pharmaceutics 310 course at the end of the
Fourth year.    In the event of failure to reach
a satisfactory standard by the end of the Fourth
year, the degree will not be awarded until evidence
is produced that a satisfactory standard has been
attained.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND  RECREATION
A     New course Physical Education 423  (1)   Wrestling  Coaching
A     Changes The Bachelor of Physical  Education  Degree Program
Option A
Fourth Year
Present calendar entry:     "Electives:
Physical Education Theory 3-6
Physical Education 462 Ii"
Proposed calendar entry:    "Electives:
Physical Education Theory. . . .4i-7i"
Physical  Education Activity
Required courses for all students on Option A and
Option B
Present calendar entry:    "One Course from Area II
(Dance)"
Proposed calendar entry:    "Physical Education 240
or 241   (see Note 1)" 6282.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
A     Changes Physical  Education Activity   (continued)
Physical Education 240 (1)   Dance
Physical Education 241   (1)   Contemporary  Dance
Note  1:   It is strongly recommended that Women
students complete 2 units of Dance, one
of these being P.E. 241.
SCHOOL OF  REHABILITATION  MEDICINE
A     Changes Revisions in numbering of Clinical Training and
Practice courses:
211
di)
(1i)
(1)
(1)
(2)
(2)
(3)
(3)
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
I
212
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
I
309
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
II
310
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
II
311
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
III
312
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
III
409
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
IV
410
P.T.
CI i n i caI
Practice
IV
Old 409   -  change in number, now 408
Delete     -  308 and old 408
Note:
On satisfactory completion of the B.S.R. a student must complete a
senior clinical internship of sixteen weeks in order to qualify for
membership in the Canadian Occupational Therapy Association and
the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.   Eight of these are spent
in occupational therapy departments and eight in physiotherapy
departments.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
A     New courses MRNE 401   (3)       Special  Topics in  Marine Biology
MRNE 402  (1i)     Special Topics  in Marine Biology
MRNE 435 (3)        Introduction  to Biological  Oceanography 6283.
Wednesday,  December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology    (continued)
B      Changes
A     Change
Botany
A     Change
B     Change
Chemistry
A     Change
B Change
A Change
B      Change
Addition of explanatory note under heading
"Marine Science"
BIOL 313    -  change in title and description;  now reads:
BIOL 313 (li)   Microbes and Man
BIOL 405    - change in term and description, added
prerequisites
BOTA 440 - deleted and replaced by:
BOTA 441   (1i)   Paleobotany
BOTA 442  (li)   Palynology
BOTA 330 - change in description only
CHEM 303  -  change in title and description;  now reads:
CHEM 303  (2)    Intermediate Organic Chemistry
330 - change in description only
403 - change in description only
411   - change in prerequisite only
Computer Science
B      Change CPSC 402   - change in prerequisite
Geography
B     Changes GEOG 313 and 414  -   change in description
Geological Sciences
A     Changes
GEOL 410   -  change in number and description;  now
reads:
GEOL 435  (H)    Field Geology 6284.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences    (continued)
B      Changes
GEOL 300   - change in prerequisites to read:
GEOL 105, 107 or 150
GEOL 312   - change in prerequisites to read:
GEOL 105, 107 or 150
GEOL 415   - change in prerequisites to read: GEOL
314 or permission of the Head of the
Department
GEOL 314   - change in term offered
GEOL 320   - change in hours
GEOL 342   - clarification of calendar description
re hours
GEOL 404   -  change in title;  now reads:
GEOL 404 (1i)   Structural  Geology  II
Geophysics and Astronomy
Deletions
New courses
GEOP 301 (3)    Waves and Seismology
GEOP 302 (3)    General Geophysics
GEOP 402 (1)    Applied Geophysics  Laboratory
GEOP 403 (1)    Geochronology
GEOP 415 (3)    Geophysical Analysis
GEOP 220 (1i) General  Geophysics
GEOP 320 (1i)  Introduction  to Theoretical  Geophysics
GEOP 321 (1i) Seismology
GEOP 322 (li) Time Series Analysis  in Geophysics
GEOP 420 (1i) Potential  Methods
GEOP 421 (1i) Applied Geophysical  Laboratory
GEOP 422 (li) Geophysical  Instrumentation
GEOP 423 di) Geochronology and  Isotope Geophysics
GEOP 425 (li) Geophysics  Seminar
A     Changes
GEOP 449 (2)
GEOP 412
reduction in unit value to li
change in number, unit value and hours;
now reads:
GEOP 424 (1i)   Geomagnetism and
Space Plasma Physics
Hours  (3-0;  0-0) 6285.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy    (continued)
B      Changes
Microbiology
A     Changes
B      Change
Physics
B     Changes
Zoology
A      Deletions
A     Changes
GEOP 201   - change in number;  now reads:
GEOP 221   (3)   Physics of the  Earth
ASTR 200  -  change in description only
MICB 409   -  addition of BIOC 410 as prerequisite;
change in hours to (0-0;   3-0)
MICB 448   - addition of MICB 321 as prerequisite
MICB 449   - addition of MICB 321 as prerequisite
MICB 321   - enrolment restricted to Majors and
Honours students in Microbiology
MICB 403   - MICB 302 prerequisite removed
PHYS 110   -  change in hours to (3-2-1;  3-2-1)
PHYS 300   - change in description and hours
(2-0-1*) (2-0-1*)
PHYS 312   - change in description only
PHYS 319   - change in description only
-  change in number for the following:
105 to 145 318 to 317
130 to 140 328 to 318
210 to 216 330 to 340
220 to 206 400 to 412
300 to 311 430 to 440
310 to 307 441 to 421
ZOOL 301 and   )       these courses will not be given
ZOOL 418 )       after 1974/1975
ZOOL 414   - change in description, units and hours;
now reads:
ZOOL 414 (3)   Marine  Invertebrate Zoology
Hours  (2-3;  2-3) 6286.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Zoology
A     Changes   (continued)
ZOOL 417
New course
B      Changes
to be offered as 1i unit course in Second
Term only
ZOOL 314 (1i) Molecular  Developmental   Biology
ZOOL 407 (1i) Cell  Differentiation
ZOOL 427 (1i) Molecular and Theoretical Aspects
of Morphogenesis
ZOOL 304
ZOOL 404
ZOOL 406
addition of BIOL 200 and 201 as
prerequisites with BIOC 410 highly
recommended as concurrent
change in course description only
change in course description only 6287.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX 'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing  Education
FACULTY OF ARTS -  Intersession  1975
ANTH      201   (3)
ANTH      414 (3)
ASIA        435 (3)
ECON
100 (3)
ECON
490  (3)
ENGL
100  (3)
ENGL
201   (3)
ENGL
204 (3)
ENGL
301   (1i)
ENGL
302  (1i)
ENGL
303  (3)
(2
or more sections)
ENGL
308 (3)
ENGL
321   (3)
ENGL
365  (3)
ENGL
440 (3)
ENGL
452D  (3)
Ethnic Relations
Economic Anthropology
Modern Japanese  Novels  in Translation
Principles of Economics
Applied  Economics
Literature and Composition
A Survey of English  Literature from Chaucer
to  1914
Short Fiction
Practical Writing
Advanced Practical Writing
English Composition
History of the  English  Language
Approaches to Poetry
Shakespeare
Canadian Literature
Studies  in American  Literature:    The American
Renaissance
FINA        125 (3)
FINA        181   (3)
FINA        339 (1i-3)
FINA        397 (3)
(2 sections)
FREN
FREN
GEOG
GERM
HIST
HIST
HIST
402 (3)
418 (3)
351 (1i)
430 (3)
413 (3)
423 (3)
438 (3)
History of Western Art
Studio  1
19th and  20th Century Art
Directed Study Abroad - Section 1 - London
Section 2 - Florence
Advanced Studies  in  French  Language and Style
Literatures of the  French-Speaking World
Geography of Urbanization   (Tentative)
German for Reading  Knowledge
The  Reformation
Economic History of Modern Japan
History of the Soviet Union 6288.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF ARTS -  Intersession  1975   (continued)
ITAL
100  (3)
LING
445  (3)
PHIL
100/410  (3)
PHIL
250/350 (3)
PHIL
301   (3)
PHIL
317  (3)
POLI
204 (3)
POLI
300  (3)
PSYC
200  (3)
PSYC
309  (3)
PSYC
316  (3)
First Year  Italian
Socio-Linguistics
Introduction to Philosophy/Philosophical  Problems
Epistemology & Metaphysics
Ethics
Philosophy of Religion
International  Politics
Development of Political Theory:  Basic Concepts
& Issues
Experimental  Psychology
Cognitive  Processes
Methods of Research
RELG       341   (3)
SOCI
220
(3)
SOCI
270
(3)
SOCI
361
(3)
SOCI
365
(3)
SOCI
473
(3)
SOCI
475
(3)
SPAN
100
(3)
SPAN
200
(3)
Islamic Art and Architecture
Sociology of Life-Styles
Introduction to Comparative Social  Institutions
Social Stratification
Socialization
Sociology of Mental  Illness
Social  Conflict
First Year Spanish
Second Year Spanish
Credit Correspondence Courses
ENGL 340
ENGL 341
ENGL 375
ENGL 451
The  English  Novel  from Defoe to Hardy
The  English  Novel  from Joseph Conrad to
the Present
Milton
A Survey of American  Literature since  1860 6289.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing  Education
FACULTY OF ARTS - (continued)
Courses being developed under the Provincial Government Grant to the
Centre for Continuing Education for Innovative Programs:
ANTH 412 Introduction to Anthropological  Problems
ECON 335 Economic History of Canada
FINA 251 History of the Art of the Americas
FREN 400 A Survey of French  Literature in Translation
HIST 303 History of the Canadian West
*POLI SC 200/201 Government of Canada/Foreign Governments
POLI SC 302 Public Administration
*PSYC 100 Introductory  Psychology
*PSYC 300 Behaviour Disorders
PSYC 301 Developmental  Psychology
PSYC 304 Brain and Behaviour
*PSYC 308 Social  Psychology
*SOCI        471 Social Control
*for degree-credit and for credit toward a Centre for Continuing Education
Criminology Certificate.
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
January-April   1975
EDUC      382 (1-i) Services and Programs in U.B.C.
Elementary School Libraries
-replacing EDUC 389 previously announced
EDUC      465 (1-i) Technical Problem in Burnaby
Industrial Education 6290.
Wednesday, December 18,   1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing  Education
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION    (continued)
May-July  1975 -  Intersession
EDUC       334 (3)
The  Role of the Teacher  in
Home and Community
or alternative course
EDUC
404 (3)
EDUC
430 (3) (tent.)
EDUC
439 (1-i)
EDUC
470 (3)
EDUC
471   (3)
EDUC       473  (3)
-or its
EDUC
Curriculum and Instruction
In Social Studies
History of Education
Instructional Television:
Principals and Application
of non-Studio Techniques
Educational Sociology
Diagnosis of Remediation
in Elementary School Math.
Developmental Reading in
Elementary Grades
replacement if approved by Senate
472/74 (3)
EDUC
478 (3)
EDUC
489 (3)
EDUC
301/302  (1i/1i)
EDUC
310/311   (1i/1i)
EDUC
332  (3)
EDUC
494 (1-i)
EDUC
495  (1-i)
EDUC
496  (1-i)
Guiding Reading Growth in
Junior & Senior Secondary
Schools/Developing Reading
Programs for Junior and Senior
Secondary Schools
Teaching English as a
Second Language
Applied Linguistics for
Teachers
Introduction to Educational
Psychology/Introduction to
Educational Evaluation
Growth and Development/
The Nature and Measurement
of Learning
Psychology of Adolescence -
Development and Adjustment
Communication Media Programs
in Schools - Motion Picture
Film and Television
Still Photography in Education
Motion Picture Production
in Education
Richmond
U.B.C.
U.B.C.
U.B.C
U.B.C
off-campus
location, tba
U.B.C
U.B.C.
U.B.C. or
Greater Van.
U.B.C or
Greater Van.
U.B.C
U.B.C.
U.B.C.
U.B.C
U.B.C.
U.B.C. 6291.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing  Education
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
May-July  1975 -  Intersession   (continued)
ENED       311  (3) Children's Literature U.B.C
PHED      364 (1-i) Psychological Foundations U.B.C.
of Sport and Physical Activity
Summer   1976
PHED      360 (1-i) Comparative Physical Education directed study
in Canada
PHED       461   (1-i) Physical Education Project
- to be offered at several Canadian Universities followed by
attendance at the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Intersession Evening Credit Course Proposals
AGEC      504 (3) Extension  Planning and  Evaluation
- restricted to students on graduate degree
programs in Adult Education and Agriculture
- Instructor:     Dr. J. Thornton
EDUC      580 (li) Problem  in  Education -  Information Systems
and  Knowledge Production and Utilization
in Education
- enrolment limited to 12 suitably qualified students
- Instructor:     Dr. E. Summers 6253.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
The Fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1974-75 was held on Wednesday, December 18,  1974
at 8.00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:   PresidentW. H. Gage (Chairman), Dean J. H. M. Andrews,
Dean D. V. Bates, Dr.  L.  L. Bongie, Dr. C B. Bourne, Dr. C. A. Brockley,
Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C Burns, Mr. R. J. Carter, Dr. S. D. Cavers,
Dr. R. M. Clark, Dean I. McT. Cowan, Dr. R. Daniells, Dr. C G. David,
Ms. B. G. Errington, Mrs. F. Field, Dr. C V. Finnegan, The Hon. E. D.
Fulton, Dean E. M. Fulton, Mr. G. S. Funt, Dean J. A. F. Gardner,
Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. T. D. Heaver, Dr. B.
Howard, Miss W. J. Hudson, Dr. F. R. C Johnstone, Dr. J. M.
Kennedy, Dr. L. Kraintz, Mrs. W. T.  Lane, Dr. D. J. MacDougall,
Mr. D. B. Mackay, Dean A. J. McClean, Dr. R. E. McConnell, Dr. C. A.
McDowell, Dr. M. F. McGregor, Rev. J. P. Martin, Mr. A. M. Moore,
Ms. C M. Moriarty, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr.  R. A. Restrepo, Dean B. E.
Riedel, Dr. G. Rosenbluth, Dr. I. S. Ross, Dr. A. D. Scott, Dean M. Shaw,
Ms. S. H. M. Smaill, Mrs. C. A. Soong, Dr. J. R. Stein, Mr. G. A. Thorn,
Mr. B. B. Trevino, Dr. M. Uprichard, Dean G. M. Volkoff, Dr. W. A.
Webber, Dr. R„  L. White, Acting Dean R. M. Will.
Observer:    Mr. J. A. Banham
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor N. T. Nemetz, Mrs. M. F. Angus, Mr. R. M. Buzza, Mr. C P.
Cole, Dr. N. Epstein, Dean W. D. Finn, Dr. J. G. Foulks, Dr. S. M.
Friedman, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. J. M. Houston,
Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean S. W. Leung, Mr. T. B.
Lindsay, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Dr. C V. Parkinson, Mr. P. S. Plant,
Dr. K. S. Stockholder, Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. F. C Walden,
Mr. D. R. Williams. 6254.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
The Chairman welcomed to Senate Rev. Paul C Burns who had
replaced Rev. R. W. Finn as Principal of St. Mark's College and as
representative of the college on Senate.
Congratulations were offered to Ms. B. Gene Errington on her
appointment by the Provincial Government as Status of Women Co-ordinator
for International Women's Year 1975.
Congratulations were also extended to the two faculty members
elected to serve on the Board of Governors, Dr. G. Rosenbluth and
Dr. W. A. Webber, and to the two student members Mr. Svend J.
Robinson and Mr. Richard H. Murray.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dr. Hardwick     ) That the Minutes of the Third regular
Dr. McGregor    )        meeting of Senate for the Session 1974-75
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
Advisory Committee for the selection of Deans   (P. 6243-5)
Senate was notified that the following resolution was passed by the
Board of Governors at its meeting of December 3,  1974:-
"That, as recommended by Senate at its meeting of November 13, 1974
the proposed Advisory Committee for the Selection of Deans be adopted
only for the selection of a Dean of Arts, to succeed the present Dean of
Arts; and that President Walter H. Gage be and is hereby authorized
to appoint an ad hoc committee of the Board to meet with an ad hoc
committee of Senate to consider procedures for the establishment of
future advisory committees for the selection of deans;  these procedures
to be available by April 1,  1975." 6255.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Business arising from the Minutes
Advisory Committee for the selection of Deans    (continued)
In order to save time the Agenda Committee had requested the
Nominating Committee to submit recommendations for membership of
the Senate ad hoc Committee.   The Nominating Committee recommended
the following membership:
Dr. C B. Bourne
Dr. C V. Finnegan
Miss A.J. Francis
Acting Dean R. M. Will
Dr. McGregor     ) That the recommendations of the
Dean Volkoff      )        Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Examination Schedules    (P. 6246)
The following statement concerning examination schedules had been
circulated for information:-
"There was discussion at the meeting of Senate held November 13, 1974
(Minutes, P.6246) of the desirability of adjusting the examination timetable
to avoid multiple exams on the same day for as many students as possible.
The use of a computer to equalize spacings was suggested.
Steps have been taken by the Systems Services Office and the Computing
Centre to experiment with improved methods before the examinations of April,
1975.   One or more algorithms will be tried on the December,  1974 data, and
the results presented to the Registrar's Office for a decision on their merits.
These attemps are unlikely to be greeted with universal acclaim.   For
one thing, the greater the success in equal spacing of examinations, the more
students will find their last exam in the final day or two of the exam period
preventing an early departure for vacation employment or travel.   Also, there
is a conflict with the need to schedule large classes fairly early to give faculty 6256.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Examination Schedules   (continued)
members reasonable opportunities for marking before the Registrar's
deadlines.   Further, there are special problems with exams that require
special facilities, or for which a faculty member has requested avoidance
of certain dates.
In short, the criteria for optimizing the timetable have not been
fully specified by the University."
From the Board of Governors
Student representation on the Advisory Committee for the selection
of a Dean of Arts
The following resolution was passed by the Board of Governors at
its meeting of December 3,  1974: -
"That, subject to approval by Senate, the Board of Governors
accepts the request conveyed in a letter from the Acting
President of the Arts Undergraduate Society, that the two
student representatives on the Advisory Committee for the
Selection of a Dean of Arts, be nominated from and elected
by the registered students in the Faculty of Arts and graduate
students associated with the Faculty of Arts, the nominations
and elections to be conducted by the Arts Undergraduate Society
in accordance with procedures considered satisfactory by the
Registrar."
Dr. Cavers        ) That the resolution of the Board of
Dean Gardner   ) Governors be approved.
Carried
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. 6257.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval  in principle of Senate recommendations
(continued)
(i) New courses and course changes in Botany, Biology, Biochemistry
and Forestry, recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(P. 6252)
(ii) Revision in the Calendar statement for requirements for the LL.B.
degree recommended by the Faculty of Law.    (P. 6237-8)
(iii) Deletion of the Combined Honours B.Sc./M.D. or D.M.D. Program
in Physiology, recommended by the Faculty of Medicine.   (P. 6238)
Committee on Prizes,  Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Riedel     ) That the new awards listed in
Dean Cowan    ) Appendix 'A ' be accepted subject
to the approval of the Board of
Governors, and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hardwick presented the report on proposals referred to the
committee.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick    ) That new courses and course
Dean Shaw ) changes recommended by the
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.
Attention was drawn to the fact that Plant Science 324 and
325 were comparable to Botany 330, and that Plant Science 331 6258.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences   (continued)
was comparable to Zoology 311.   Dean Shaw agreed to a suggestion
that the descriptions of these courses include a sentence stating that
credit would be granted for only one of these courses and not for both.
The motion was put and carried.
Dr. Hardwick     )        That the calendar changes recommended
Dean Shaw )        by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
be approved.
It was pointed out that in the courses listed under Animal Science
Physics 105 should read Physics 145.
The motion was put and carried.
School of Architecture   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     ) That the course changes recommended
Mr. Osborne       )        by the School of Architecture be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     )        That new courses, course and curriculum
Dean Andrews    )        changes recommended by the Faculty of
Education be approved.
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the committee that
approval of the revision in the unit value of Education 437 be withheld
pending clarification. 6259.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education   (continued)
The motion was put and carried
Faculty of Forestry   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick    ) That new courses and course changes
Dean Gardner    ) recommended by the Faculty of Forestry
be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     )        That new courses in Physiology
Dean Cowan        )        recommended by the Faculty of
Graduate Studies be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Medicine
The following outline of proposed curriculum changes for
implementation in the 1975-76 Academic Year was submitted by
the Faculty of Medicine:
First Year
1. To allow for earlier introduction of clinical material a start of
Pathology and Microbiology in second phase of second term of
First Year, Pathology to conclude at the end of the first term of
Second Year.
2. To allow for the earlier introduction of Pathology and Microbiology,
Anatomy and Biochemistry to conclude at the end of the first phase
of second term of First Year.   The final examinations in Anatomy
and Biochemistry will be at that time. 6260.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine
First Year   (continued)
3. To accomplish this it is necessary to lengthen the second term of
First Year by three weeks, and divide it into two phases of nine
weeks each.
4. Physiology will continue to be taught throughout First Year.
5. Though the Committee recommends that Biochemistry 410 be a
prerequisite and be replaced by an appropriate Biochemistry
course for medical and dental students, it feels it would be
inappropriate to implement this proposal at a time when a head
of Biochemistry has not been appointed.   They propose that
Biochemistry 410 continue for a further year, and 411 and 412
continue to be offered as electives.
6. Behavioural Sciences.   The proposals allow the introduction of
such a course within the first term of First Year, but are not
dependent upon this.   Firm proposals are not yet able to be
brought to Faculty.
Second Year
1. The present formal pre-medical Second Year teaching will be
concluded by the end of first term.
2. The second term will now consist largely of clinical work
(bedside clinics, wardwork and clinical (systems) lectures)
and will continue into the two terms of Third Year.
3. The clinical aspects of Pharmacology (e.g. Therapeutics) and
Microbiology will be allotted time within the clinical (systems)
lectures as appropriate.
Third Year
1.     Present format will continue in first term. 6261.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine
Third Year   (continued)
2.     In the second term, three afternoons a week will be set aside for
electives in basic science areas.   On the other two afternoons
wardwork will include attendance at specialty clinics, e.g.
V.D., Radiotherapy, Arthritis, T.B., Rehabilitation.
Fourth Year
Clinical Clerkship should be 52 weeks.
Independent Study
To encourage habits of self education, up to one third of the time is
made available for independent study and electives.   The arrangement
for this time varies, in each year, being formally identified in First
and Second Year, but in Third Year one afternoon per week is
unscheduled and in addition, wardwork usually does not occupy
all the scheduled time.
It is recommended that formal teaching on Saturdays be abandoned.
Feasibility of Proposals
The proposals have been examined by the subcommittees for First
and Second Years, and sample timetables have been prepared and
approved.   In Third Year the proposals have been approved in
principle, but the detailed scheduling of lectures and clinics will
be considered by the Third Year Committee.   The arrangements
for the basic science electives will require consideration by
representatives of the basic science departments.
The Clinical Clerk Subcommittee will examine proposals for the
allocation of time within the Clerkship.
Co-ordination with Faculty of Dentistry
The proposals have been examined by the Faculty of Dentistry and
are acceptable. 6262.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Co-ordination with other U.B.C  Timetables
Wherever possible, the existing timetabling has been retained to
avoid difficult re-scheduling.
Dr. Hardwick     ) That the revised curriculum of the
Dr. Johnstone    )        Faculty of Medicine be approved in
principle.   Specific Senate approval
will be required for implemention of: -
a) Behavioural Science course (First Year)
b) Biochemistry course (First Year)
c) Basic Science electives (Third Year)
d) Specialty Clinics and courses
(Third Year)
In reply to a request for information on the proposed Behavioural
Science course Dean Bates stated that the course, which would be
called "Social Issues in Medicine", had been approved by the Faculty
of Medicine curriculum committee and would be submitted to Senate in
due course.   The course would deal mostly with obvious social issues
as they inter-relate to the work of the medical graduate including
problems of the aging population and their care.
Dr. Hardwick read to Senate a letter received from Dr. Friedman
which stated that when the proposed changes for First Year Medicine
were passed by Faculty it was agreed that these were contingent on the
preparation of an acceptable syllabus for the course in Behavioural 6263.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Medicine   (continued)
Science that could be passed by both the Faculty of Medicine and
Senate in the normal manner;  since no such syllabus had been
presented the Department of Anatomy was not prepared to modify
Anatomy 400 and 401 and abbreviate its own highly integrated
courses in favour of an unknown course.
Dr. Johnstone, chairman of the Faculty of Medicine curriculum
committee, commented that the letter was in error in that this was
not what the Faculty of Medicine had agreed to.
In reply to a query as to when the course would be submitted
for Senate approval Dean Bates stated that the Faculty committee
was awaiting assurance of a time slot for this course.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Dr. Hardwick    ) That a new course. Anatomy 405 (3)
Dr. Webber        ) Physiology and Biophysics of Animal
Cells, recommended by the Faculty of
Medicine, be approved.
Carried
Pharmaceutical Sciences   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick    ) That a new course and course change
Dean Riedel ) recommended by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical
Sciences be approved.
Carried 6264.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee   (continued)
Physical  Education and Recreation   (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick ) That a new course and course changes
Mr. Osborne    ) recommended by the School of Physical
Education and Recreation be approved.
Carried
School of Rehabilitation Medicine    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick   ) That the course and calendar changes
Dr. David ) recommended by the School of Rehabilitation
Medicine be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Science    (See Appendix 'B')
Dr. Hardwick     ) That new courses and course changes
Dean Volkoff       ) recommended by the Faculty of Science
be approved.
Carried
Modified descriptions for Zoology 417, 314 and 407 recommended
by the committee were approved.
Dr. Hardwick     ) That program changes recommended by
Dean Volkoff       ) the Faculty of Science be approved.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Dr. Bourne presented the report.   At its meeting of November 13, 1974
Senate agreed that a committee be established to investigate the operation
of the Bookstore and report back to Senate. 6265.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee   (continued)
The following membership had been recommended by the committee:-
Dr. W. D. Kitts
Mr. A. Milton Moore
Mr. G. J. Peet
Mrs.  L. Sayle
Mr. B. Stuart-Stubbs
Dr. Bourne        ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. McGregor   ) Nominating Committee be approved.
Carried
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation
The final report of the committee was presented by Dr. Daniells.   The
report outlined the various methods employed by Faculties and Schools to
evaluate teaching.   The committee concluded that there was no need to alert
Faculties and Schools to their responsibilities in the matter of teaching
evaluation, nor was there any possibility of imposing upon them a common
method of tackling the problem.   What was required was some means of
interchanging the experience and opinion of the various Faculties and
Schools and the provision of a forum where instruction and discussion
may be available to staff members who would find them useful.
The recommendations contained in the report were: -
1.     That the President's office establish a permanent committee to
include the representatives of Faculties specially charged with
the responsibility of evaluating teaching. 6266.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Ad hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation   (continued)
2.    That the committee set up a series of short courses, staffed by
volunteers from the Faculty at large approved by the committee,
to be offered one or more each academic year, according to
demand.
Dr. Daniells     ) That the report be accepted.
Dr. Bongie       )
Carried
On behalf of Senate the Chairman paid tribute to Dr. Daniells who was
attending his last Senate meeting and would be retiring from the University
at the end of the month.
Dr. Clark read to Senate the following tribute to Dr.  Daniells on the
occasion of his last meeting as a member of the University Senate:-
O shades of Dante and of Milton bright!
Come to my aid as I do sing this night
Of your descendant, Daniells, poet of light.
Master of image, metaphor in verse.
Of gentle wit, evocative and terse.
To wield with patient skill how well he knows
The stainless steel of perfect English prose.
Oft has he pondered in his mortal span
The many ways God reaches out to man
With steadfast love to set our hearts aflame.
Free to respond to God who knows us each by name.
To instil love of learning Daniells has zest
To encourage the good to strive for the best.
Such teaching, he tells us, does not come by birth.
But by a commitment, a task of high worth.
And he, when lengthy our verbose debate.
Reminds himself of Milton's thought sedate:
They also serve who only stand and wait. 6267.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate   (continued)
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act
Senate Membership - Joint Faculty Representatives
Dean McClean presented the report.   The recommendations of the
committee were: -
1. That the President be asked to call a Joint Meeting of the Faculties
for Thursday, February 6, 1975 at 12.30 p.m.
2. That the purpose of the meeting be to determine the manner in
which the 10 joint faculty representatives to Senate are to be
elected.    (As required under the Universities Act section 35 (g) .)
3. That to expedite the business of this meeting the faculty members
be asked to make any submissions concerning procedures by giving
written notice of motion not later than January 23, 1975.
Dean McClean     ) That the recommendations of the
Dr. Ross ) committee be approved.
It was agreed that the date of the meeting be changed to
February 13,  1975.    (N.B. The date was later changed back to
February 6, 1975 but the time of the meeting was changed to
4.30 p.m.)
The motion was put and carried.
Representatives from the  individual  Faculties
Dean McClean     )        That the individual Faculties make
Dr. Kennedy       )        their own decisions on the procedures
and timing of the election of their two
representatives to serve on Senate on
the understanding that all elections be
completed by March 31,   1975. 6268.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on  Implementation of the Universities Act
Representatives from the  individual  Faculties   (continued)
The Chairman confirmed that the elections could be held at
Faculty meetings subject to the terms of the Universities Act.
The motion was put and carried.
Publication of election  results
Dean McClean   ) That Senate accept as policy the full
Dr. Ross ) disclosure of election results by
publication of numbers of votes cast
for the various candidates, except
that for elections already under way
or completed such disclosure be subject
to the approval of all candidates in each
election.
Lost
Academic Year  1975-76
Proposals for the Academic Year 1975-76 were circulated for information
with the exception of one item concerning the last day for changes in courses
in the First Term.
At its meeting of February 24,  1971, Senate approved a recommendation
of an ad hoc committee that students be permitted the first three weeks of
term for changing most courses.   This represented an extension of a week
over the customary period.   However, Faculty criticism had been so
persistent it was felt that Senate should consider making the last day for 6269.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Academic Year  1975-76   (continued)
changes Friday of the second week of lectures.   There would continue to
be provision for changes later than this date with the approval of the Faculty
and instructor concerned.
Dean Cowan        ) That the last day for changes
Dr. McGregor    ) in courses in the First Term be
Friday of the second week of
lectures.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Faculty of Arts    (See Appendix 'C')
A list of courses to be offered in Intersession 1975 was circulated for
information.
Faculty of Education    (See Appendix 'C')
A list of courses to be offered January-April 1975, May-July 1975 and
Summer 1976 was circulated for information.
Faculty of Graduate Studies   (See Appendix 'C')
A list of Intersession evening credit course proposals was circulated
for information.
Notice of motion  re term of office of Deans
The following notice of motion, for discussion at the January 22,  1975
meeting of Senate, had been received from Dr. Epstein:- 6270.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Notice of motion  re term of office of Deans   (continued)
"That the terms of reference of the joint Senate-Board Committee
on the Selection of Deans include the question of the term of office
of Deans."
Other  Business
1. Mr. Funt gave notice of the following motion: -
"That Senate accept as policy the full disclosure of student
election results by publication of numbers of votes cast for
the various candidates."
2. A query was raised by Mr. Funt concerning the architectural plans
and siting of the new library data processing centre.   The Chairman
suggested that Mr. Funt confer with him on this matter.
3. Concern was expressed regarding books on sale in the Bookstore
which students had paid full price for in September but would not
be using until the second term.    It was suggested that the matter be
referred to the Ad hoc Committee on the Bookstore.
4. Concern was also expressed that in some cases examination papers
had been distributed 15 minutes late and students had therefore lost
15 minutes of the time allowed for examinations.
5. The following notice of motion was given by Dr. Cavers: - 6271.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Other Business
5. (continued)
"That Senate establish the following regulations for the University:-
Take home examinations shall not contribute in total more than 20%
of the final mark in any course."
6. Mr. Thorn gave notice of the following motion:-
'WHEREAS
Effective alumni involvement in the University's academic governing
body has been a tradition which has added a knowledge from the
community into the academic decision making at U.B.C. and has
helped to create a strong Alumni Association through giving the
graduates a voice in the University affairs through a franchise
which has created a strong graduate tie with the University which
should not be weakened and,
WHEREAS
Convocation Senators with the knowledge gained in participation
have served the university both during and long after their term
as Senators by interpreting the University to the community and.
The number of Convocation Senators has been reduced from 15 to 4
under the new Universities Act and,
WHEREAS
Much of the work of the University Senate is conducted "in committee"
and the limit of 4 Convocation Senators precludes participation in this
important function,
BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
This Senate increase by 11, the number of Senators to be elected by
Convocation through Section 35 (2)   (1) ." 6272.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
Other Business   (continued)
7. Mr. Osborne gave notice of the following motion: -
"That Senate establish a committee to consider specific study of
the examination policies and practices generally with emphasis
on Christmas examinations."
8. The Chairman paid tribute to Mrs. Field and to Mr. Trevino for their
services as Senate representatives on the Board of Governors.
Tributes Committee
Senate concurred with the recommendation of the committee that
Mrs. A. G. Birkett be granted the status of Professor Emerita of Education.
Dr. McGregor informed Senate that the following persons had accepted
invitations to receive honorary degrees at the 1975 Congregation: -
William M. Armstrong
Carl E. Borden
Roy Daniells
John F. McCreary
Nathan T. Nemetz
The meeting adjourned at 9.45 p.m.
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday,
January 22,  1975.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chairman 6273.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Joseph Gibbs Memorial  Bursary - A bursary of $100 has been
made available by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Groberman in memory of
Joseph Gibbs who was associated with the firm of Adams Pharmical
Ltd.   The award will be made to a needy student in the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The  Robert Lee Scholarship - A scholarship of $200, gift of Mr.
Robert Lee, a graduate of the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration, U.B.C, is offered annually to students in
Commerce and Business Administration who are taking the Urban
Land Economics option, have high academic standards, and are
deserving of assistance to further their education.   The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty. 6274.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
A  =   new courses or substantial changes
B   =   minor changes
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Sciences
B      Change
Animal Science
A      New course
A      Change
B     Changes
Plant Science 439 now Agricultural Sciences 400
(change in number, title and description)
321   (1i)     Analytical Methods in Animal  Nutrition
422  - change in title, description and hours
258 - change in description and hours
323 - change in prerequisite (now Animal
Science 321  (or equivalent) and 322.)
425 - change in units  (now 3 units)
Food Science
A     New course 258   (1i)     Exploring Man's  Food
B      Changes
Plant Science
416
425
change in title and description
change in units (now 3 units)
A     New course 414   (1i)     Landscape Plant Production Systems
A     Change
B      Changes
416 - change in number, title and description, now:
415 (li)   Design in  Landscape I
A     New course 416   (1i)     Design in  Landscape II
324 and 325   - change in title and description
331   - change in description
425 - change in description and units (now 3 units)
436 - change in description
438 - change in number and description
439 - change in number, title, description and hours 6275.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Plant Science   (continued)
A      Deletion 424
Poultry Science
New courses
A     Change
B      Changes
Soil Science
B     Changes
321   (1i)    Analytical Methods in Animal  Nutrition
422   (3)      Nutritional Principles of Livestock and
Poultry Feeding
410 - change in title, description and hours
258 - change in description and hours
323 - change in prerequisite
200 - addition to description
413 and 416   - change in prerequisite, remove
Soil Science 200
425 - change in units (now 3 units)
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
B      Changes
Architecture 408 - change in number and title, now:
407 (li)   User Evaluation of Architecture
Architecture 407 - change in number, now:-
408 (1i)     Social Aspects of Architectural Space
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary  Division
A     New course Education 491  (3)   Computers in Secondary Education
A      Change
Canadian Studies Concentration
First and Second Years to read:
(a)   6 units of course work significantly Canadian
in content or approach. 6276.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
A     Change
B      Changes
Canadian Studies Concentration
First and Second Years to read (continued)
(b)  6 units of first or second year course work in
ANTH, ASIA, CLST, ECON, HIST, HIST FINA,
HIST MUSC, PHIL, POLI, SLAV, SOCI or URST.
Note:   Students combining this concentration with a
Social Studies Concentration may apply no more
than 3 units of course work for credit in both
concentrations.
Social  Studies Concentration (emphasis on Social
Sciences) to read:
Recommended this Concentration be combined with
History or Geography emphasis.    (Where this is done,
no more than 3 units of course work for credit in both
concentrations may apply) .
Industrial  Education   -   Addition of phrase "Organization
for instruction" to the course description of each of
the following :   EDUC 230, 252, 350, 351, 354, 357,
359,  360, 450,  451,, 452, 453, 457, 463, 467.
Mathematics  Education   -   Add:    EDUC 491 to:
List of available electives for the One-year Program
for Graduates.
List of electives for Fifth Year regular program
(Secondary).
Art Education,  Major
Add:    Fifth Year:   "-
Professional year, no Art Education studio courses
may be taken this year.   Studio courses continued
during practice teaching.
Librarianship Concentration - now to read:
Third and  Fourth Years:    12 units consisting of:
(a) EDUC 381, 383, 385, 387
(b) 3-4 units selected from EDUC 384, 386, 388
(c) 1i-3   units selected from EDUC 414, 472, 494,
495, 496. 6277.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
B      Changes   (continued)
Admission   -   Section 3.
Delete asterisk against library
Academic Concentrations,   Majors and Honours for
Secondary Teachers
Delete asterisk against:    Library and Earth and
Space Science
Biological Sciences,   Concentration and Major
Second,  Third and Fourth Years
(a) Delete:    BOTA 305, MICB 201, ZOOL 305 and 301
Add: BOTA 301 and ZOOL 205
(b) Delete:    ZOOL 204
Add :       ZOOL 304
(c) Delete:    ZOOL 401
Add :      ZOOL 403, 412.
Earth and Space Sciences Concentration
Group A to read:     At least 3 units from ASTR 200,
420 or GEOP 210
Group B: Insert GEOL 327
Group C: Insert GEOP 210
Add to present penultimate paragraph after ASTR 200:
"or GEOP 210"
Add as new last paragraph:    "Only one of the English
at the 200 level or 303 is required."
Earth and Space Sciences Major
Add GEOP 210 to list
Chemistry,   Concentration and Major
Add "or 335 (3)" after 320 (1) in both Senior Years
(Concentration) and Second, Third and Fourth Years
(Major)
Mathematics Concentration to read:
Senior Years MATH 310, 311 and at least 3 more units
of Mathematics to be selected from MATH 205, 301, 305,
312, 318, 322, 445	
Mathematics Major to read:
First and Second Years MATH 100, 120,  121, 200, 205,
221, 222 and CPSC 210 6278.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
B      Changes Mathematics Major to read:    (continued)
Senior Years Mathematics 310, 311 and at least
7 more units of Mathematics to be selected from
MATH 301,  305,  312, 318,  322,  445
EDUC 332 -  change in hours to (3-0;  3-0)
389 -  change in course description
432 -  change in title and hours;  will now read:
432  (3)   Psychology of Adolescence
Elementary  Division
A      Changes EDUC 473 - change in number and title;  now reads:
EDUC 305 (3)   Curriculum and  Instruction
in  Developmental   Reading  in
the Elementary School
437 - change in description, units and hours;
now reads:
EDUC 437 (1i or 3)   Teaching Maladjusted
Children
B      Change 416 -  addition of (1) laboratory hour
A     Changes Section A
The  Four-Year Program
Second Year to read:
Second Year (1975-76 only)
English at the 200-level
Prerequisite or elective
Academic Electives (ENG 303 strongly recommended)
EDUC 297 and 305
A question arose re the offering of 305 ahead of
310 and it was agreed that Child Development and
Development in Reading should be offered in the
same year and an attempt would be made to arrange
this. 6279.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
A     Changes Section A   (continued)
Third and Fourth Year
Program changed to make it possible for Third
Year students to include EDUC 305 and in-term
blocks of student teaching.
B      Changes Fourth Year,   regular
Change in wording for clarification.
Transferring  to Third Year
English 303 has been deleted as a compulsory
course so that EDUC 305 can be included.   Other
minor changes made for clarification.
Section C
Program for Candidates Holding a Teaching
Certificate
Delete:    Honours Program for  B.Ed.   (Elem.)
Peg ree
Art Education Concentration and Major
Professional year imposes necessity to change
course sequences.
Mathematics  Education Concentration to read as
follows:
MATH 100, 121, EDUC 372, 373, 488, 485 and
3 units of electives to be chosen from MATH
120, 130, 140, 205, 221 and 222.
Mathematics  Education Major
Third and  Fourth Years to read as follows:
EDUC 372, 373, 488,  485;   MATH 120, 310, 311
and 6 units of electives to be chosen from MATH
140,  205, 312, 318, CPSC 210
Music Education Concentration
Third and  Fourth Years - change to:
... 3 units from MUED 104 ...
Science Education Major
Third and Fourth Years - change to read as
follows:
EDUC 380, 409, 3 units chosen from one of the
sciences named above and not previously taken
or GSED 309;  9 units of elective science courses
approved by the Science Education Department.
(GEOP 310 is recommended) . 6280.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
A     New courses FRST 373 (2)    Principles of the Design of Forestry
Structures and Mechanisms
FRST 426 (3)    Forest Rangeland Management
FRST 443  (1i) Remote Sensing  in  Forestry
FRST 494 (1)    Forest Landscape Analysis and Design
B     Changes FRST 270, 273 - change in description
FRST 302   - change in lab hours
FRST 351   - change in title and description
FRST 395   - change in description
FRST 430   - change in units and hours
FRST 442   - change in description, title and hours
FRST 463   - add prerequisite (FRST 373)
FRST 481, 482 - addition to description
FRST 491   - change in title and description
FRST 492   - change in description and hours
A      Deletion FRST 473
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
A     New courses Physiology 521  (1i)   Advanced Topics in Renal  Physiology
Physiology 522 (li)   Advanced Topics  in Cardiovascular
Physiology
Physiology 523 (li)   Advanced Topics  in Gastrointestinal
Physiology
Physiology 524 (1i)   Advanced Topics  in Endocrinology
Physiology 526 (1i)   Advanced Topics  in Neurophysiology
Physiology 527 (1i)   Advanced Topics in Respiratory
Physiology
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
A     New course PHAR 441   (1i) Advanced  Laboratory in Pharmacology
B     Change Under heading "Promotion Requirements", Calendar
pages 265/266; after Item 4, page 266 insert new Item 5
as follows:    (subsequent numbering to be changed
accordingly) 6281.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
B     Change   (continued)
5.    A student who fails to reach a pass standing in
the Dispensing section of Pharmaceutics 310, will
receive a standing of 'T' for the course.   Provided
other promotion requirements are satisfied, the
student will be permitted to register in the Fourth
year but will be required to repeat the Dispensing
section of 310 and take all necessary tests and
examinations both theoretical and practical
pertaining thereto.   On the satisfactory
completion of the Dispensing section of 310,
a grade will be assigned for the entire
Pharmaceutics 310 course at the end of the
Fourth year.   In the event of failure to reach
a satisfactory standard by the end of the Fourth
year, the degree will not be awarded until evidence
is produced that a satisfactory standard has been
attained.
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
A     New course Physical Education 423 (1)   Wrestling Coaching
A     Changes The Bachelor of Physical  Education  Degree Program
Option A
Fourth Year
Present calendar entry:    "Electives:
Physical Education Theory 3-6
Physical Education 462  H"
Proposed calendar entry:   "Electives:
Physical Education Theory... .4i-7i"
Physical  Education Activity
Required courses for all students on Option A and
Option B
Present calendar entry:    "One Course from Area II
(Dance)"
Proposed calendar entry:    "Physical Education 240
or 241  (see Note 1)" 6282.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION
A     Changes Physical  Education Activity   (continued)
Physical Education 240 (1)   Dance
Physical Education 241  (1)   Contemporary Dance
Note 1:   It is strongly recommended that Women
students complete 2 units of Dance, one
of these being P.E. 241.
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
A     Changes Revisions in numbering of Clinical Training and
Practice courses:
211
(1i)
212
(1i)
309
(1)
310
(1)
311
(2)
312
(2)
409
(3)
410
(3)
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
1
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
1
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
II
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
II
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
III
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
III
O.T.
Clinical
Practice
IV
P.T.
Clinical
Practice
IV
Old 409  - change in number, now 408
Delete     - 308 and old 408
Note:
On satisfactory completion of the B.S.R. a student must complete a
senior clinical internship of sixteen weeks in order to qualify for
membership in the Canadian Occupational Therapy Association and
the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.   Eight of these are spent
in occupational therapy departments and eight in physiotherapy
departments.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology
A     New courses MRNE 401  (3)       Special Topics in Marine Biology
MRNE 402 (li)     Special Topics in Marine Biology
MRNE 435 (3)       Introduction to Biological Oceanography 6283.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biology   (continued)
B      Changes
A     Change
Botany
A     Change
B      Change
Chemistry
A     Change
B Change
A Change
B      Change
Addition of explanatory note under heading
"Marine Science"
BIOL 313   - change in title and description; now reads:
BIOL 313(H)   Microbes and Man
BIOL 405    - change in term and description, added
prerequisites
BOTA 440 - deleted and replaced by:
BOTA 441  (1i)   Paleobotany
BOTA 442 (1i)   Palynology
BOTA 330 - change in description only
CHEM 303 -  change in title and description;  now reads:
CHEM 303 (2)   Intermediate Organic Chemistry
330 - change in description only
403 - change in description only
411  -  change in prerequisite only
Computer Science
B      Change CPSC 402   -  change in prerequisite
Geography
B     Changes GEOG 313 and 414  -   change in description
Geological  Sciences
A     Changes GEOL 410  - change in number and description; now
reads:
GEOL 435 (li)   Field Geology 6284.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geological Sciences   (continued)
B      Changes
GEOL 300   -  change in prerequisites to read:
GEOL 105, 107 or 150
GEOL 312   - change in prerequisites to read:
GEOL 105, 107 or 150
GEOL 415   - change in prerequisites to read: GEOL
314 or permission of the Head of the
Department
GEOL 314  - change in term offered
GEOL 320   - change in hours
GEOL 342   - clarification of calendar description
re hours
GEOL 404  - change in title;  now reads:
GEOL 404(H)   Structural Geology  II
Geophysics and Astronomy
Deletions
A     New courses
A     Changes
GEOP 301   (3) Waves and Seismology
GEOP 302  (3) General Geophysics
GEOP 402  (1) Applied Geophysics  Laboratory
GEOP 403  (1) Geochronology
GEOP 415 (3) Geophysical Analysis
GEOP 220 (H) General Geophysics
GEOP 320 (H) Introduction to Theoretical  Geophysics
GEOP 321   (H) Seismology
GEOP 322 (H) Time Series Analysis in Geophysics
GEOP 420 (H) Potential  Methods
GEOP 421  (H) Applied Geophysical  Laboratory
GEOP 422 (H) Geophysical  Instrumentation
GEOP 423 (H) Geochronology and  Isotope Geophysics
GEOP 425 (H) Geophysics Seminar
GEOP 449 (2)
GEOP 412
reduction in unit value to li
change in number, unit value and hours;
now reads:
GEOP 424 (H)   Geomagnetism and
Space Plasma Physics
Hours (3-0;  0-0) 6285.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geophysics and Astronomy   (continued)
B      Changes
Microbiology
A     Changes
B      Change
Physics
B     Changes
Zoology
A      Deletions
A     Changes
GEOP 201   - change in number;  now reads:
GEOP 221   (3)   Physics of the Earth
ASTR 200  - change in description only
MICB 409   - addition of BIOC 410 as prerequisite;
change in hours to (0-0;  3-0)
MICB 448   - addition of MICB 321 as prerequisite
MICB 449   - addition of MICB 321 as prerequisite
MICB 321   - enrolment restricted to Majors and
Honours students in Microbiology
MICB 403   -  MICB 302 prerequisite removed
PHYS 110   - change in hours to (3-2-1;  3-2-1)
PHYS 300   - change in description and hours
(2-0-1*) (2-0-1*)
PHYS 312   - change in description only
PHYS 319   - change in description only
- change in number for the following:
105 to 145 318 to 317
130 to 140 328 to 318
210 to 216 330 to 340
220 to 206 400 to 412
300 to 311 430 to 440
310 to 307 441 to 421
ZOOL 301 and   )
ZOOL 418 )
these courses will not be given
after 1974/1975
ZOOL 414  - change in description, units and hours;
now reads:
ZOOL 414 (3)   Marine Invertebrate Zoology
Hours (2-3;  2-3) 6286.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX  'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Zoology
A      Changes    (continued)
ZOOL 417   - to be offered as 1i unit course in Second
Term only
A     New course ZOOL 314 (H) Molecular Developmental  Biology
ZOOL 407 (H) Cell  Differentiation
ZOOL 427 (H) Molecular and Theoretical Aspects
of Morphogenesis
B      Changes ZOOL 304   - addition of BIOL 200 and 201 as
prerequisites with BIOC 410 highly
recommended as concurrent
ZOOL 404  - change in course description only
ZOOL 406   - change in course description only 6287.
Wednesday, December 18, 1974.
APPENDIX 'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF ARTS -  Intersession  1975
ANTH 201 (3)
ANTH 414 (3)
ASIA 435 (3)
ECON 100 (3)
ECON 490 (3)
ENGL
100 (3)
ENGL
201   (3)
ENGL
204 (3)
ENGL
301   (li)
ENGL
302  (1i)
ENGL
303  (3)
(2
or more sections)
ENGL
308 (3)
ENGL
321   (3)
ENGL
365 (3)
ENGL
440 (3)
ENGL
452D (3)
FINA        125 (3)
FINA        181   (3)
FINA       339 (H-3)
FINA        397  (3)
(2 sections)
FREN
FREN
402  (3)
418  (3)
GEOG 351   (li)
GERM 430 (3)
HIST 413 (3)
HIST 423 (3)
HIST 438 (3)
Ethnic Relations
Economic Anthropology
Modern Japanese Novels in Translation
Principles of Economics
Applied Economics
Literature and Composition
A Survey of English Literature from Chaucer
to  1914
Short Fiction
Practical Writing
Advanced  Practical Writing
English Composition
History of the English  Language
Approaches to Poetry
Shakespeare
Canadian Literature
Studies in American  Literature:   The American
Renaissance
History of Western Art
Studio 1
19th and 20th Century Art
Directed Study Abroad - Section 1 - London
Section 2 - Florence
Advanced Studies in French  Language and Style
Literatures of the French-Speaking World
Geography of Urbanization   (Tentative)
German for  Reading Knowledge
The Reformation
Economic History of Modern Japan
History of the Soviet Union 6288.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
PHIL
100/410
(3)
PHIL
250/350
(3)
PHIL
301   (3)
PHIL
317  (3)
POLI
204 (3)
POLI
300  (3)
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF ARTS  -  Intersession   1975    (continued)
ITAL        100 (3) First Year  Italian
LING        445 (3) Socio-Linguistics
Introduction to Philosophy/Philosophical  Problems
Epistemology  & Metaphysics
Ethics
Philosophy of Religion
International  Politics
Development of Political Theory:   Basic Concepts
& Issues
PSYC      200 (3) Experimental  Psychology
PSYC       309  (3) Cognitive  Processes
PSYC       316 (3) Methods of Research
RELG       341   (3) Islamic Art and Architecture
Sociology of Life-Styles
Introduction to Comparative Social  Institutions
Social Stratification
Socialization
Sociology of Mental  Illness
Social Conflict
First Year Spanish
Second Year Spanish
Credit Correspondence Courses
ENGL      340 The  English  Novel  from  Defoe to Hardy
ENGL      341 The  English  Novel  from Joseph Conrad to
the  Present
ENGL      375 Milton
ENGL      451 A Survey of American  Literature since  1860
SOCI
220
(3)
SOCI
270
(3)
SOCI
361
(3)
SOCI
365
(3)
SOCI
473
(3)
SOCI
475
(3)
SPAN
100
(3)
SPAN
200
(3) 6289.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF ARTS - (continued)
Courses being developed under the Provincial Government Grant to the
Centre for Continuing  Education for  Innovative Programs:
ANTH 412
ECON 335
FINA 251
FREN 400
HIST
303
*POLI SC 200/201
POLI SC 302
*PSYC
100
*PSYC
300
PSYC
301
PSYC
304
*PSYC
308
*SOCI        471
Introduction to Anthropological  Problems
Economic History of Canada
History of the Art of the Americas
A Survey of French  Literature  in Translation
History of the Canadian West
Government of Canada/Foreign Governments
Public Administration
Introductory Psychology
Behaviour Disorders
Developmental  Psychology
Brain and  Behaviour
Social  Psychology
Social  Control
*for degree-credit and for credit toward a Centre for Continuing Education
Criminology Certificate.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
January-April   1975
EDUC      382 (1-i) Services and Programs in
Elementary School Libraries
-replacing EDUC 389 previously announced
EDUC      465 (1-i)
Technical Problem in
Industrial Education
U.B.C
Burnaby 6290.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX 'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF EDUCATION    (continued)
May-July  1975 -  Intersession
EDUC       334  (3)
The  Role of the Teacher in
Home and Community
or al
te
rnative course
EDUC
404 (3)
EDUC
430  (3) (tent.)
EDUC
439  (1-i)
EDUC
470 (3)
EDUC
471   (3)
-or i
EDUC
Curriculum and Instruction
In Social Studies
History of Education
Instructional Television:
Principals and Application
of non-Studio Techniques
Educational Sociology
Diagnosis of Remediation
in Elementary School Math.
Developmental Reading in
Elementary Grades
ts replacement if approved by Senate
EDUC      473 (3)
472/74 (3)
EDUC
EDUC
EDUC
478 (3)
489 (3)
301/302  (1i/1i)
EDUC       310/311   (H/1i)
EDUC
332
(3)
EDUC
494
(1-
i)
EDUC
495
(1-
i)
EDUC
496
d-
i)
Guiding Reading Growth in
Junior & Senior Secondary
Schools/Developing Reading
Programs for Junior and Senior
Secondary Schools
Teaching English as a
Second Language
Applied Linguistics for
Teachers
Introduction to Educational
Psychology/Introduction to
Educational Evaluation
Growth and Development/
The Nature and Measurement
of Learning
Psychology of Adolescence -
Development and Adjustment
Communication Media Programs
in Schools - Motion Picture
Film and Television
Still Photography in Education
Motion Picture Production
in Education
Richmond
U.B.C.
U.B.C
U.B.C.
U.B.C
off-campus
location, tba
U.B.C.
U.B.C.
U.B.C. or
Greater Van.
U.B.C. or
Greater Van.
U.B.C.
U.B.C.
U.B.C.
U.B.C
U.B.C
U.B.C 6291.
Wednesday, December 18,  1974.
APPENDIX  'C
Courses to be offered through the Centre for Continuing Education
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
May-July  1975 -  Intersession    (continued)
ENED      311  (3) Children's Literature U.B.C.
PHED      364 (1-i) Psychological Foundations U.B.C.
of Sport and Physical Activity
Summer   1976
PHED      360 (1~i) Comparative Physical Education directed study
in Canada
PHED       461   (1-i) Physical Education Project
- to be offered at several Canadian Universities followed by
attendance at the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Intersession Evening Credit Course Proposals
AG EC      504 (3) Extension Planning and Evaluation
- restricted to students on graduate degree
programs in Adult Education and Agriculture
- Instructor:     Dr. J. Thornton
EDUC      580 (H) Problem in  Education -  Information Systems
and  Knowledge Production and Utilization
in  Education
- enrolment limited to 12 suitably qualified students
- Instructor:     Dr. E. Summers

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