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 8806.
December 10, 1^86
The Fourth Regular Meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1986-87 was held on Wednesday, December 10, 1986 at
8.00 p.m. in Room 102, George F. Curtis Building.
Present: President D. W. Strangway (Chairman), Chancellor W. R. Wyman,
Vice-President D. R. Birch, Ms. P. M. Arthur, Dr. E. G. Auld, Dr. T. M.
Ballard, Mr. D. W. Barron, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Mrs. H. M. Belkin, Ms. M.
Branson, Dr. T. H. Brown, Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. G. D. Burnyeat, Dr. T. S.
Cook, Ms. L. M. Copeland, Miss A. M. Daszkowski, Dr. J. D. Dennison, Dr. D.
Donaldson, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Mr. L. N. Ennis, Dr. J. A. S. Evans, Dr. C v.
Finnegan, Mrs. E. D. Fulton, Dr. J. Gaskell, Dr. J. H. V. Gilbert, Mr. K. D.
Hancock, Dr. M. A. Hickling, Mrs. D. Jones, Dean R. W. Kennedy, Mr. J.
Kulich, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Mrs. A. Macdonald, Dr. H. J. Matheson, Mr. J. M.
McConville, Acting Dean T. D. McKie, Dean J. H. McNeill, Dean A. Meisen,
Dean R. c. Miller, Jr., Dr. A. G. Mitchell, Mr. C Niwinski, Mr. G.
Olivotto, Professor D. Pavlich, Mr. S. R. Pearce, Mrs. G. E. Plant, Dean
J. F. Richards, Dr. D. F. Robitaille, Mr. T. J. Savage, Dr. G. G. E.
Scudder, Dr. L. de Sobrino, Dr. R. Stewart, Dean P. Suedfeld, Mr. M.
Sugimoto, Mr. G. Taylor, Dr. P. R. Tennant, Dr. R. C Thompson, Dr. J.
Vanderstoep, Dean W. A. Webber, Dr. L. S. Weiler, Dean R. M. Will, Dr.
D. LL. Williams, Dr. M. D. Willman, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal, Miss N. E. Woo, Mr.
R. A. Yaworsky.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr.
C E. Armerding, Rev. P. C Burns, Dr. M. A. Goldberg, Miss T. L. Green, Dr.
K. J. Holsti, Dr. L. M. Lavkulich, Dr. D. S. Lirenman, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Mr.
M. G. McMillan, Mr. D. M. Mustard, Dr. D. L. Weiss.
Senate membership
Replacement
Mr. Gordon Taylor, student representative of the Faculty of Medicine,
replaces Neil Benson.
Minutes of previous meeting
Mr. Savage    )  That the minutes of the Third regular
Dr. Wisenthal  )  meetinq of Senate for the Session 1986-87,
having been circulated, be taken as read
and adopted.
Carried 8807.
December 10, 1986
Business arising from the Minutes
Senate Nominating Committee  (p.8798)
In accordance with established procedures vacancies had been declared at
the previous meeting for a student representative and a faculty
representative on the Nominating Committee.
Dr.  Paul  Tennant was  nominated  to  replace Dr.  Elder  as  faculty
representat ive
Dr. Finnegan  ) That nominations close.
Dr. Cook      )
Carried
Dr.  Tennant was declared elected by acclamation.
Ms.   Marie   Branson   was   nominated   to   replace   Mr.   Neil   Benson   as   student
representative.
Mr.  Olivotto       )    That nominations close.
Mr.   Savage )
Carried
Ms.   Branson was declared elected  by acclamation.
Chairman's  remarks and   related questions
Dr. Strangway informed Senate that he had met with many of the College
heads about issues of common concern. He reported that the discussions had
been most constructive and that at the end of the meeting it was agreed that
it would be useful for the College heads and representatives of UBC to meet
on an annual basis.
Dr. Strangway noted that Dr. K. D. Srivastava had been appointed
Vice-President of Student and Academic Services and that Dr. Nancy Sheehan
had been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Education. He stated that he
looked  forward  to working with both Dr.   Srivastava and Dr.   Sheehan. 8808.
December 10, 1986
Chairman's remarks and related questions  (continued)
Dr. Strangway informed Senate that the Premier had responded to a
suggestion by the Universities and that the name of the Ministry had been
changed to the Ministry of Advanced Education and Job Training.
Dr. Strangway asked Senate to join him in paying tribute to Dr. Terry
Brown who was attending his last Senate meeting. He noted that Dr. Brown
had been a Senate representive of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences for
17 years and that he had been a very active member of Senate and had served
on many of its committees.
Dr. Strangway also asked Senate to join him in paying tribute to Mr. Jim
Banham on his retirement, and noted that during his many years as a UBC
Information Officer, Mr. Banham had recorded the proceedings of the Senate
meetings for use in the UBC Reports.
In conclusion, Dr. Strangway informed Senate that the following had
accepted invitations to receive honorary degrees at the 1987 Congregation:
Aqnes McCausland Benidick son
Alfred Earle Birney
May Brown
Reginald Norman Colbeck
George R. F. Elliot
John Arthur Jacobs
David C. Lam (See-Chai)
John Ross Mackay
James Pattison
William Robert Wyman
In response to a query, Dr. Strangway stated that the Minister of
Advanced Education and Job Training was still Mr.  Stanley Hagen.  Dr.
Strangway further noted that the Ministry was not only responsible for
colleges and universities but had taken over many of the activities with
respect to apprenticeship programs that had previously come under the
Ministry of Labour and the Attorney General's office. 8809.
December 10, 1986
Chairman's remarks and related questions  (cont inued)
At Dr. Strangway's invitation, Dr. Dennison responded to a query
concerning the meeting with College heads. Dr. Dennison stated that those
present at the meeting had expressed an interest in the mission statement of
the University and had asked whether or not there was some recognition of
the role of the Colleges in the mission of UBC. Questions concerning
international students and their admission to UBC were raised and concerns
expressed about the problems of mounting a full second year program with all
of the options students needed to transfer to UBC.
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Dr. Finnegan informed Senate that the Admissions Committee had requested
that Dr. A. J. Elder remain on the committee as a representative of the
Faculty of Arts.
School of Architecture
The Admissions Committee recommended approval of the following addition
to the Calendar statement on "Re-admission":
"Students registered in the School of Architecture after a period of
absence are subject to the regulations and degree requirements in
effect at the time of re-registering. Any deviation from these
regulations and requirements must be approved by the Director."
It was stated in the material circulated that this change will eliminate
confusion where changes have taken place to make elective courses
mandatory to meet new professional registration requirements. 8810.
December   10,   1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
School of Architecture  (continued)
Dr. Finnegan  )  That the addition to the Calendar
Dean Meisen   )  statement on "Re-admission" recommended
by the School of Architecture be approved.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
The committee recommended approval of the following proposal from the
Faculty of Arts, subject to minor editorial changes which have been
incorporated:
"Change in Sociology Honours Program - Admission to Third Year: Admission
requires an overall second-class average in the second year and a standing
of 75% or better in Sociology 200. Continuation to the fourth year
requires an overall second-class average in the third year and an average
of 75% or more in Sociology courses taken in the third year. Outstanding
students from the third-year Major program may on occasion be considered
for admission into the fourth-year Honours program. Interested students
should  consult  the departmental  Sociology Honours Adviser.
Third and Fourth Years: A total of 36 units including 21 units in
Sociology as  follows:
- Sociology 310,   318   (1.5),   350,   400,   490
- one  of:     Sociology 380   (1.5),   381   (1.5),   382   (1.5),   383   (1.5)
- 3     units     of     tutorial     work     organized    around     the     completion     of     a
substantial essay   (Sociology 449).
- 3 additional units   in Sociology.
- 15    additional    units,     of    which    at    least     6    must    be    taken    in    other
disciplines.
Music - Admission requirements:
There are no performance requirements for entrance into the B.A. program.
However, students entering the first year normally should have knowledge
of theoretical rudiments approaching the level of Toronto Conservatory
Grade III   (Harmony).
School of Library, Archival and information studies - change in admission
requirements:
1.       Admission  requirements  for new entrants are as follows:     the candidate
a)     must   possess   a  Bachelor's   degree   from   a   recognized  university   in
a  discipline acceptable to the  Admissions Committee of  the School. 8811.
December  10,   1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of Arts  (continued)
Philosophy - change in admission requirements:
Honours: Normally applicants are expected to have obtained a first class
mark in Philosophy 2 50 and a recommendation from a Philosophy instructor.
Students are admitted to the Honours Program at the discretion of the
Department. "
Dr. Finnegan  )  That the proposed changes in admission
Mr. Pearce    )  requirements recommended by the Faculty
of Arts be approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee     (see Appendix   'B')
Dr. Thompson presented the report on curriculum proposals submitted by
the Faculties of Education, Graduate Studies, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and
Science.
Faculty of  Education
The committee recommended approval of changes to the current
four-year B.Ed. (Elementary) and five-year B.Ed. (Secondary) programs.
Dr. Thompson noted that although these changes required Senate approval,
they would not appear in the Calendar since only the material pertaining
to  the  revised programs  would  be   included   in  the   1987-88 Calendar.
The committee also recommended approval of further proposals from the
Faculty of Education with the exception of Art Education items from the
Department of Visual and Performing Arts, which had been withheld
pending satisfactory consultation with the Department of Fine Arts. Dr.
Thompson informed Senate that consultation had since taken place and
that this had resulted in those proposals being withdrawn. It was
understood, however, that revised proposals would be submitted at a
later  date. 8812.
December 10, 1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education  (continued)
Dr. Thompson also noted the following changes recommended by the
committee:
Modern Languages Education 394 - change prerequisite statement to
read: "French 202 or 220, and satisfactory performance in oral and
written French proficiency tests."
Music Education 401 - add to the Pre- or co-requisite statement
"Music 309".
In continuing the report on items from the Faculty of Education, Dr.
Thompson reminded Senate that when the revised programs of initial
teacher education had been presented to Senate in May, concern had been
expressed about the discrimination clauses under "Selection of
Candidates" and discussion of those items had been postponed. The
Faculty of Education had now submitted modifications to this section.
The conmittee felt that these modifications met the concerns of Senate
and therefore recommended approval.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The conmittee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of
Graduate Studies, subject to the following:
Department of Classics
Under "Information on Course Scheduling", Classical Studies 502
should read classical studies 503
Under "Program Statement", change the first paragraph to read: "The
thesis for the M.A. in Classics may be written in one of the
following fields: Greek Language and Literature, Latin Language and
Literature, Greek History, Roman History, Greek or Roman Archaeology,
or Ancient Philosophy." 8813.
December   10,   1986
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Curriculum  Committee     (continued)
Faculty  of  Pharmaceutical   Sciences
The committee recommended approval of course changes submitted by the
Faculty of  Pharmaceutical   Sciences.
Faculty of   Science
The committee recommended approval of proposals from the Faculty of
Science, with the exception of the deletion of Physics 231 and 239,
subject  to  the  following:
BIOL 334 (1.5) Genetics I - change description to read: First of an
integrated pair of courses stressing fundamentals of Mendelian
genetics, chromosome theory of inheritance, linkage, mutation,
Hardy-Weinberq equilibrium, and inheritance and gene regulation in
prokaryotes. Credit will be granted for only one of Biology 334 and
Agricultural   Sciences   213  or   Forestry  302.        (3-0-?;   0-0-0)
BIOL 336 (1.5) Genetics II - change description to read: Second of
an integrated pair of courses emphasizing fundamentals of eukaryotic
gene regulation and genome organization, organelle genetics,
transposons, mechanisms of mutation, recombination and DNA repair, as
well as the fundamentals of developmental genetics. Prerequisite:
Biology  334.      (0-0-0;   3-0-2)
CHEM 407 - change the proposed title change to read: "Applications
of  Statistical  Mechanics  to Chemistry".
Dr.   Thompson        )     That  the proposals   of   the  Faculties
Dr.   McKie )     of  Education,  Graduate  Studies,
Pharmaceutical  Sciences,   and  Science
be  approved.
During the discussion that followed it was suggested that the Calendar
should contain an explanation of the four letter codes used for each
Department. 8814.
December 10, 1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
Dr. McKie noted that Art Education 3 09 had been listed in two places in
the proposed changes to Calendar entries for the Art Education
Concentration and Major. Since the proposed change in number from Art
Education 442 to Art Education 309, contained in the Art Education
proposals, had not been approved by Senate, Dr. McKie stated that Art
Education 309 should be changed back to Art Education 442.
Concern was expressed on behalf of Architecture students at the
redistribution of staff resources at the expense of the undergraduate
program. Dean Meisen responded that some changes had been made in the
baccalaureate program. He stated that the School, like many other units
in the University, had to make an assessment of how to distribute their
resources. He said that both he and the Council of the School of
Architecture were assured that the program offered at the baccalaureate
level was sound and was in fact a good program, and he was not concerned
about the reduction in the tutorial component. The Dean also noted that
the program had met the expectations of the accreditation team of the
Commonwealth Association of Architects. He stated that the program would
provide a somewhat different education but that it would be a good
education for students of Architecture at UBC
In response to a query, Dr. Thompson stated that the committee's
decision not to approve the deletion of Physics 231 and 239 was because
the rationale for the proposed deletion was based on budgetary rather than
academic reasons.
Dean Miller   )  That the proposed deletion of Physics 231
Dr. Williams  )  and Physics 239 be re-incorporated.
After considerable discussion the motion was put and carried. 8815.
December 10, 1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee  (continued)
The motion to approve the proposals of the Faculties of Education,
Graduate Studies, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Science was put and carried.
Continuing Education
The annual report on U.B.C Continuing Education and Cultural Activities
for 1985-86 had been circulated for information. Dr. Birch, Chairman of
the Conmittee, spoke briefly to the report and expressed appreciation to
the Director of Continuing Education, Mr. Jindra Kulich, who not only had
reported on the activities offered through his own Centre but had again
collated activities from a wide variety of units across the University.
Committee on Student Awards
Dr. Williams   )  That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Dr. Gilbert   ) be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Senate agreed to a suggestion that the words "...in consultation with
Dr. Julia Levy" be deleted from the description of the David A. Danielson
Post-doctoral Fellowship.
Objections were raised to the reference to political affiliations in the
descriptions of the David A. Danielson Post-doctoral Fellowship and the
David Hemmingway Fellowship.
In amendment:
Dean Suedfeld  )  That the David a. Danielson Post-doctoral
Mr. Burnyeat  )  Fellowship and the David Hemmingway Fellowship
be referred back to the Committee on Student
Awards.
Lost
The motion to approve the awards was put and carried. 8816.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Applied Science
Dean Meisen   )  That the name of the Department of
Dr. Tennant   )  Metallurgical Engineering be changed
to the Department of Metals and Materials
Engineering.
Carried
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
The following material concerning the establishment of a Graduate
Council had been circulated:
"In 1985, the Faculty of Graduate Studies struck an Ad Hoc Committee to
consider the desirability of a Graduate Council. The reason for this
step was that over the years a number of difficulties with the current
system of Faculty governance became apparent. The Faculty of Graduate
Studies comprises the great majority of members of the UBC faculty (over
1,500 individuals), with a very great range of interests and concerns.
For most of them, the administrative activities of greatest interest
were those in their discipline-based Departments, Schools and
Faculties. The meetings and committees of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies were of relatively low priority in the schedule of busy
academics.
As a result, a very small percentage of the membership of the Faculty
ever attended its meetings. Furthermore, even this number was usually
limited to those who had a particular interest in one specific agenda
item. The number of members attending eroded throughout many meetings,
and their interest in what was going on did so even more dramatically.
Furthermore, there was relatively little continuity from one meeting to
the next. Thus, when something was brought to the floor and questions
were raised, the people who originally raised the issue were frequently
not there at the following meeting when the answers to these questions
were provided.  Those in attendance had different questions.
Clearly, this lack of representative participation and of continuity
hampered the ability of the Faculty to process information effectively
and to make generally satisfactory decisions. An informal survey showed
that similar problems had been noted by most major North American
qraduate schools, which in response had established representative
bodies to which many of the legislative activities of a Faculty were
delegated. The Ad Hoc Committee therefore looked into the issue of
whether such a move would be appropriate for UBC and if so, what form
the Council should take. 8817.
December  10,   1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council  (continued)
In the Fall of 1985, the Ad Hoc Committee submitted its report. It
recommended that a representative Graduate Council be established, and
made some proposals considering its composition and functions. These
recommendations were discussed at two meetings of the Faculty of
Graduate Studies and at one meeting of each of the other Faculties.
Support for the proposal was obtained from the Executive Committee of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies and from the Committee of Deans. A mail
ballot in the Spring of 1986 indicated a 50% margin in favour of the
establishment of a Graduate Council by the members of the Faculty (for
346, against 234). At that point, another Ad hoc Committee, called the
Implementation Committee, was established to work out the details of the
composition, duties and procedures of the Graduate Council. This report
was approved by the Executive Committee of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies and was discussed at a meeting of the Faculty. It was then
submitted to a mail ballot, and was approved by a margin of almost 3:1.
It now comes to Senate for final approval.
It should be noted that the regulations governing the Council allow for
considerable latitude in referring matters to the Faculty of Graduate
Studies as a whole. It is intended that any major change in the
principles that govern the Faculty will be submitted for approval to the
entire body; in addition, a relatively small percentage of either the
membership of the Faculty or the membership of the Graduate Council can
submit a binding request for such a meeting. All meetings of the
Graduate Council will be open to all members of the Faculty, although
only Council members will have the vote. Two annual meetings of the
Faculty will still be held, at which issues dealt with by the Graduate
Council can be further discussed. The Graduate Council will assume the
routine legislative and advisory duties of the Executive Committee and
of most Faculty meetings. Further details, as outlined in the
recommendations of the Implementation Committee, are as follows:
Recommendat ions
1. Membership of the Graduate Council
The Graduate Council should consist of 64 members representing each
Faculty involved in graduate education. The majority of the Graduate
Council should be elected by the Faculties based on the number of
faculty and graduate students in each Faculty. Therefore the Graduate
Council should consist of:
A. Ex Officio Members (5)
i.       Dean,   Faculty of  Graduate Studies   (chairman of the Council)
ii.     Associate  Deans,   Faculty  of Graduate  Studies
iii.   University    Registrar     (non-voting    member     and     Secretary    of     the
Council)
iv.    Vice President  Research   (or his/her designate) 8818.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council  (cont inued)
B. Elected Faculty Members (52)
i. The Faculties should elect 50 members according to distribution in
Appendix 1. Only members of the Faculty of Graduate Studies are
eligible to vote or be elected to the Graduate Council.
ii. The Graduate Council should review the distribution of these
elected members every five years and make appropriate changes.
iii. Faculty members of Senate elected by the Faculty of Graduate
Studies will serve as members-at-large (two at present).
iv. Each Faculty should determine their own procedures to elect their
representatives under i.
v. The number of elected representatives under i will be fixed at 50,
only the distribution can change.
vi.  The elections of faculty members should be completed by October 15.
C Elected Student Members (7)
i.  The Graduate Student Society should elect 6 members according to
the distribution in Appendix 2.  The elected students must be
registered in the Faculty of Graduate Studies,
ii.  The Graduate Council  should  review the distribution  of these
elected members every five years and make any appropriate changes,
iii. The student member of Senate elected by the students in the Faculty
of Graduate Studies will serve as a member-at-large.
iv.  The Graduate Student Society should determine its own procedures to
elect the representatives under i.
v.  The number of elected representatives under i will be fixed at 6,
only the distribution can change,
vi.  The election of student members should be completed by October 15.
D. Term of Membership
i. The term of membership on the Graduate Council for the graduate
students should be one year.
ii. The term of membership on the Graduate Council for the elected
faculty should be three years.
iii. The terms of the elected faculty members should be staggered such
that one-third of faculty members are elected each year.
iv.  Either student or faculty members may be re-elected without limit. 8819.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
D. Term of Membership  (continued)
Since this committee proposes staggered terms for the elected
faculty members, in the initial instance members will be elected
for one-, two-, and three-year terms. This shall be determined by
lot after the first election.
v. The position of a Graduate Council member shall be declared vacant
by the Secretary of the Graduate Council when he has received
notice that the member has resigned, or that the member is going on
leave for a period of more than six months, or that the member has
been granted disability leave. Any elected member may be granted a
leave of absence for up to two consecutive ordinary meetings of the
Graduate Council. Any absence without leave for three consecutive
ordinary meetings shall result in a declaration of vacancy by the
Secretary of the Graduate Council. No one may appoint a proxy to
act in the member's absence.
vi.  If an elected member (graduate student or  faculty) must be
replaced,  then  a  new member  must  be  elected  using  whatever
procedures the affected unit (Faculty or Graduate Students Society)
deems proper.
2. Powers and Duties of the Graduate Council
Under the University Act the Faculty of Graduate Studies has various
powers and duties relating to the academic quality of graduate studies
at the University. Some of these powers will be delegated to the
Graduate Council, which will be constituted as in Section 1 and which
will operate as detailed in Section 3.
The powers and duties of the Council, acting on behalf of the Faculty,
will be:
i. subject to Senate approval, and appeal to the Faculty, to make
rules and regulations for the government, direction and management
of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and its affairs and business;
ii. subject to Senate approval, and appeal to the Faculty, to
determine, and to review proposals for changes in, the courses of
instruction and programs in the Faculty of Graduate Studies;
iii. to advise the Dean of the Faculty on scholarships and matters
associated with graduate research within the University;
iv. generally, to deal with all matters assigned to it by the Faculty
and the Dean. 8820.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
2. Powers and Duties of the Graduate Council  (continued)
It will be the responsibility of the Graduate Council, acting on behalf
of the Faculty to ensure adherence to requirements of the Senate of the
University regarding programs of study. This administrative authority
of the Faculty shall be vested in the Graduate Council. In all matters
concerning admission, programs and examinations, the Dean and Associate
Deans act, with the Registrar, as administrative officers for the
Graduate Council.
3. Operational Procedures for the Graduate Council
A. Meetings of the Graduate Council
i. There shall be at least four regular meetings of the Graduate
Council scheduled each academic session, September through May. A
regular meeting may be cancelled by the Coordinating Committee (cf.
3-B-iv) if there is neither urgent nor sufficient business. The
agenda for the regular meetings shall be set by the Coordinating
Committee and delivered to the Faculty of Graduate Studies
membership at least 10 days prior to the meeting.
ii. The quorum for the Graduate Council meetings will be 60% of the
total Graduate Council membership, other than the Chairman.
iii. Meetings of the Graduate Council are open to Graduate Studies
Faculty and others invited by the Chairman. Normal business shall
be conducted with members of the Graduate Council allowed to
propose and second motions, and to vote. During the course of
discussion the chairman may invite comments from the visitors.
iv.  The usual order of agenda shall be
Record messages of regret from absentees
Co r re spo nd enc e
Membership - declarations of vacancies and new members
Unfinished business from earlier meetings
Minutes of previous meetings
Business arising from the minutes
Chairman's  remarks
Reports of standing committees
Reports of other committees
Other business
Any matter not already on the agenda of a regular meeting may, at
the request of a member from the floor of the Graduate Council and
at the discretion of the Chair, be included on the agenda under
other business. Any member may request in writing to the Secretary
of the Graduate Council an agenda item for the next meeting of the
Graduate Council. A member may give notice of a motion from the
floor of the Graduate Council and the motion shall be on the agenda
for the next regular meeting. 8821.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
3. Operational Procedures for the Graduate Council
A. Meetings of the Graduate Council  (continued)
v. The Registrar will perform the same duties for the Council as for
the Faculties.
B. Committees of the Graduate Council
i. The standing committees of the Graduate Council will include
Coordinating, Curriculum, Scholarships, and Nominations. Graduate
Council may delegate its responsibility to a standing committee by
a 2/3 vote. Elected members of Graduate Council are eligible for
membership on any committee. The Graduate Council may establish
standing or ad hoc committees as needs arise.
ii. When a vacancy in a standing committee occurs or is expected to
occur, the chairman of the standing committee shall notify the
Nominations Committee. The vacancy should be announced in a
regular meeting agenda before the vacancy is filled.
iii. Every Graduate Council committee shall be free to include
additional members, whether they be members of the Graduate Council
or not. The majority of the committee must vote in favour of the
additional member and the Coordinating Committee must also vote in
favour of the additional member. Those persons proposed shall not
attend meetings of these committees until the Coordinating
Committee approved of their becoming members. The membership
addition shall be reported and ratified at the next regular
Graduate Council meeting.
iv. The Coordinating Committee of the Graduate Council will serve to
prepare agenda and background material for the Graduate Council and
to perform executive tasks between Graduate Council meetings. The
Coordinating Committee of the Graduate Council shall consist of the
Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies as chairman, a
Vice-chairman, a Secretary, the Chairmen of the Standing
Committees, and both Associate Deans of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies. The Vice-chairman shall be one of the Associate Deans of
Graduate Studies. The Vice-chairman shall also chair the meetings
in the absence of the Chairman. The Secretary of the Coordinating
Committee shall be appointed from the Graduate council membership.
v. The terms of reference of each standing committee shall be
determined by the Coordinating Committee and approved by the
Graduate Council. 8822.
December 10, 1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
3. Operational Procedures for the Graduate Council
B. Committees of the Graduate Council  (continued)
vi. An additional meeting of the Graduate Council may be called to
discuss particular topics. It may be called by the Chairman of the
Graduate Council at his discretion on consultation with the
Coordinating Committee. An additional meeting must be called bv
the Chairman upon a motion of the Graduate Council carried by a
simple majority of those voting.
vii. There shall be at least two meetings per year of the full
membership of the Faculty of Graudate Studies to approve the
awarding of degrees, and to allow the Dean to solicit advice from
the membership and to report on the operation of graduate studies
at the University.
viii On any proposed recommendation(s) of the Graduate Council, 25% of
the membership of the Council, or 5% of the membership of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies, may request a mail ballot, or a
referral to a Special Meeting of the Faculty of Graduate Studies
called for the sole purpose of discussing the proposed
recommendat ion(s).
ix. A notice of a Special Meeting shall describe the purpose of the
meeting and be given to all members of the Faculty of Graduate
Studies at least 10 days before the meeting. The Special Meeting
shall only concern itself with matters outlined in that agenda.
The quorum for any Special Meeting shall be 10% of the members of
the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
4. Faculty Review of the Graduate Council
The two annual meetings of the full membership (section 3-B-vii) and the
Special Meetings (section 3-B-ix) provide an opportunity for faculty to
review the operation of the Graduate Council.
A formal review of the Graduate Council should also be conducted as
follows:
i.  After  the  Graduate  Council has functioned for two years,  a
committee shall be formed which will review its operation and
propose a motion on the future of the Graduate Council to be
submitted to the entire Faculty.
ii. The Conmittee shall be composed of eighteen individuals: six
elected by and from the Graduate Council and one elected by each of
the twelve faculties in the University. 8823.
December  10,   1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council
4. Faculty Review of the Graduate Council  (continued)
iii. Prior to the vote of the entire Faculty there shall be at least one
meeting of the Faculty at which the motion is discussed.
iv. The vote on the motion shall be conducted by mail ballot by the end
of the third year following the establishment of the Graduate
Council. Passage should require a simple majority.
Appendix 1.  Elected Faculty Members to the Graduate Council
The distribution of the 50 faculty members elected by the Faculties
shall be based on the number of faculty members who are members of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies and on the number of graduate students in
each Faculty.  The data for 19 85/8 6 is given in Table 1.
Table 1.  Distribution of Faculty, Graduate Students and Elected Faculty
Members of the Graduate Council.1
Faculty
Faculty
Members
%
Graduate Students
Total     Doctoral2
#   %      #   %
Faculty Elected to
Graduate Council
#   %
AgSc
51
3
13 3
3
38
3
ApSc
124
8
486
13
127
11
Arts
457
30
686
18
245
21
Comm
94
6
439
11
66
6
Dent
18
1
3
.1
—
—
Educ
175
12
925
24
128
11
Frst
29
2
89
2
38
3
Gr St
II3
.7
87
2
6
Law
24
2
20
.5
20
2
Medi
236
16
215
6
70
6
Phar
18
1
33
1
13
1
Scie
278
18
740
19
408
35
1515
3856
1159
2
5
12
4
1
6
2
1
1
6
1
_9
50
4
10
24
8
2
12
4
2
2
12
2
18
1 Based on enrolment and faculty data for 1985/86
2 Includes Ph.D., Ed.D., D.M. A., LL.M.
3 Includes only faculty in units that report directly to the Faculty of
Graduate Studies. 8824.
December 10, 19 86
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Proposal to establish a Graduate Council  (cont inued )
Appendix 2.  Elected Student Members to the Graduate Council
The representation of the 6 graduate students elected by the Graduate
Student Society should be based on the number of graduate students in
each Faculty. There should be one graduate student from each of the
following units (the numbers in parentheses are the 1985/86 number of
graduate students in the unit):
Faculty of Education   (925)
Faculty of Science     (740)
Faculty of Arts        (686)
Faculty of Applied Science       (486)
Faculty of Commerce    (439)
All other Faculties    (580)
Calendar Statement
Graduate Council
The legislative and administrative authority of the Faculty regarding
graduate programs of study is vested in the Graduate Council. In all
matters concerning admission, scholarships, programs and examinations,
the Dean and Associate Deans act, with the Registrar, as
administrative officers for the Graduate Council.
Membership of the Graduate Council
Ex-officio Members - The Dean (Chairman) and the Associate Deans of
the Faculty, the Registrar (Secretary), and the Vice-President
(Research).
Elected Members - Fifty faculty elected by and from the members of the
Faculty of Graduate Studies; two faculty members of Senate elected by
the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Elected Student Members - Six members by and from students registered
Tn the Faculty of Graduate Studies; one student member of Senate
elected by the students of the Faculty of Graduate Studies."
Dean Suedfeld  )  That the proposal of the Faculty of
Dean Burns    )  Graduate Studies to establish a Graduate
Council be approved.
Carried 8825.
December  10,   1986
Other  business
Ms.   Arthur )     That  the  Chairman  of  Senate write  to
Mrs.   Jones )     Dr.   Elder   expressing   Senate's   regret at
her   resignation  from Senate.
Carried
Report of the Tributes Committee  (in camera)
Emeritus status
In presenting the report, Dr. Dennison reminded Senate that at the
October 15, 1986 meeting a resolution was passed that early retirees would
be eligible for emeritus status with a minimum of 10 years service and a
minimum of seventy "points", in a combination of aqe and years of
service. The committee recommended that the followinq early retirees,
toqether with Clinical faculty of the Faculty of Medicine, recommended by
the Dean of Medicine, be offered emeritus status:
Early retirees
Dr. C T. Anderson
Dr. D. G. Brown
Ms. F. Bailey
Ms. R. Butterfield
Mr. D. D. Caspersen
Dr. K. Cole
Dr. W. L. Dunn
Mrs. M. Forster
Mr. L. G. Jahnke
Dr. R. E. Kucera
Mr. R. p. Merriam
Dr. J. R. Mitchell
Dr. P. Montgomery
Dr. M. w. Ovenden
Mrs. M. Pahr
Mrs. J. L. Pavelich
Dr. C. D. Pennock
Mrs. M. Pomfret
Dr. L. A. Rousseau
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
- Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
- Librarian Emerita
- Librarian Emerita
- Assistant Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and
Science Education
- Professor Emerita of Botany
- Professor Emeritus of Pathology
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Mathematics and
Science Education
- Professor Emeritus of Law
- Associate  Professor  Emeritus  of  Geological
Sciences
- Assistant Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and
Science Education
- Associate   Professor   Emeritus   of   Physical
Education and Recreation
- Associate  Professor  Emerita  of  Educational
Psychology and Special Education
- Professor Emeritus of Geophysics and Astronomy
- Librarian Emerita
- Senior Instructor Emerita of English
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Language Education
- Assistant Professor Emerita of Physical Education
and Recreation
- Associate Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and
Science Education 8826.
December  10,   1986
Report  of the Tributes Committee     (in camera)
Emeritus  status
Early  retirees     (continued)
Dr. R.   J.  Rowan
Mr. J.  M.   Smith
Dr. J.   R.   Stein
Ms. J.  M.  Weakland
Mr.  R.   B.   White
Clinical faculty
Dr. R. J. Cowan
Dr. J. Dick
Dr. L. Fratkin
Dr. P. Gofton
Dr. S. Maddin
Dr. B. Paige
Dr. C. Robinson
Dr. R. Simpson
Dr. A. Waldie
Dr. M. Walters
Professor Emeritus of philosophy
Senior instructor Emeritus of
Science Education
Professor Emerita of Botany
Associate  Professor  Emerita
Performing Arts
Assistant  Professor  Emeritus
Psychology and Special Education
Mathematics and
of  Visual  and
of  Educational
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Clinical   Associate   Professor   Emeritus   of
Anaesthesia
Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus of Family
Practice
Clinical Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Dr.   Dennison
Mrs.   Fulton
That  the   recommendations  of the Tributes
Committee concerning emeritus status be
approved.
Carried
The meeting adjourned at  9.30 p.m
The   next   regular   meeting   of   Senate   will   be   held   on  Wednesday,   January
21,   1987.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chai rman 8827.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards   recommended  to Senate
Jaswant S. Berar Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of $300 has been
established by Ab, Sodi and Vic Berar in memory of Jaswant S. Berar. The
award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine to an
outstanding student in Medicine 450 (Principles of Medicine). Preference
will be given to a student with an interest in diabetes or arthritis.
(Available   1987/88 Winter)
Dr. Gordon C Butler Memorial Bursary - Through the UBC Health Sciences
Centre Hospital, an endowment fund has been established in memory of
Dr. Gordon C Butler. Until his death in 1982, Dr. Butler provided
skilled and compassionate care to northern native people. The income from
the endowment provides bursaries to a total of $1,500 per year to status
or non-status Indians or Inuit who have enrolled in or are currently
majoring in the health or social sciences at the University of British
Columbia. Normally, three bursaries of $500 each will be awarded. Should
three students not be eligible in any one year, any unused bursary funds
will  be capitalized  into the endowment,   (available  1986/87 Winter)
Campney & Murphy Prize in Creditors' Remedies - Prizes to a total of $750,
the gift of the law firm of Campney & Murphy, will be awarded annually to
students who achieve the highest standing in each section in Law 317
(Creditors' Remedies). The prizes will be awarded on the recommendation
of  the  Faculty of   Law.     (Available  1986/87 Winter)
Chevron Canada Resources Limited Scholarship in Engineering - A
scholarship in the amount of $1,000 has been made available by chevron
Canada Resources Limited. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Applied Science, to an undergraduate student entering the
final year  in Engineering.     (Available  1987/88 Winter)
David A. Danielson Post-doctoral Fellowship - A post-doctoral fellowship
in the amount of $18,000 has been made available by Hardial Bains to
honour the name of David A. Danielson, a communist since the 1930's and
member of the Communist Part of Canada (Marxist-Leninist). David
Danielson who died of cancer in Victoria, B.C. in 1986 left his estate to
Hardial Bains, the leader of the CPC (ML). The fellowship will be awarded
to an individual on the basis of merit for cancer research in tumour
immunology, on the recommendation of the Department of Microbiology.
(Available  1987/88 Winter).
O. Gorde Davies Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $500
has been established by family and friends of 0. Gorde Davies in
recognition of the high standards of community practice demonstrated
throughout      his     professional      career. In      selecting     the      candidate,
consideration will be given to performance in Pharmacy 469 (Professional
Practice Clerkship), overall academic achievement and community
involvement. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Pharmaceutical Sciences in consultation with a representative of the
donor. 8828.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Honourable Kenneth S. Fawcus Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the
amount of $500 will be awarded annually to a student demonstrating high
academic achievement, in the first or second year of study in the Faculty
of Law. This award is given in memory of the Honourable Kenneth S. Fawcus
by members of the law firm of Fraser Gifford in which he was a partner and
by his family, friends and classmates. It honours an individual who was a
leading practitioner, judge and teacher and contributed fully to the legal
life of the province. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Law.  (Available 1987/88 Winter )
Festival of Forestry Expo 86 Travel Bursary - A bursary in the amount of
$1,000 has been offered by the Festival of Forestry Society, to an
undergraduate Forestry student enrolled in FRST 452 (Regional Field
Studies in Forestry and Forest Products). The award will be made to a
student demonstrating financial need and a sound academic record.
Students wishing to be considered should contact the Office of the Dean of
Forestry by April 15th. The award will be offered for a five-year period
commencing in 1986/87.
Leona R. Goodeve Memorial Bursary - A bursary in the amount of
approximately $250 has been established by colleagues, students and
friends, in memory of Leona R. Goodeve, B.S.P. (Sask.), M.Sc.Phm.,
(Toronto), Senior Instructor in Pharmaceutics in the Faculty of
Pharmaceutical Sciences. The award will be made annually to an
undergraduate pharmacy student who combines satisfactory academic standing
with a need for financial assistance.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
David Hemmingway Fellowship - A fellowship in the amount of $5,000 to
honour the name of David Hemmingway, a member of the Communist Party of
Canada (Marxist-Leninist), has been made available by Hardial Bains,
leader of the CPC (ML). The fellowship will be awarded on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, in consultation with
the Department of Microbiology to a graduate student with a demonstrated
interest in tumour immunology.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
Dr. Wilfred Arthur Jefferies Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the
amount of approximately $125 has been endowed by the family and friends of
Dr. Wilfred Arthur Jefferies. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry to a student entering fourth
year who has demonstrated special interest and aptitude in crown and
bridge work.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
Thomas William Lewis Memorial Bursary - A bursary in the amount of $500
has been established in memory of Thomas William Lewis by the late Vera
Harriet Lewis. The award will be made to a student who is worthy and
deserving of assistance.  (Available 1987/88 Winter) 8829.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Mawhinney & Kellough Service Scholarship - The firm of Mawhinney &
Kellough, Barristers and Solicitors, will award annually a service
scholarship to a student who is in his or her second year of legal studies
in the Faculty of Law. The scholarship consists of employment with
thefirm in the summer between the second and third year of legal studies,
the payment of tuition fees for the third year of studies, and a book
allowance of $200.  (Available 1987/8 8 Winter)
McAlpine & Hordo Service Scholarship - The firm of McAlpine & Hordo,
Barristers and Solicitors, will award an annual service scholarship to a
student in his or her second year of legal studies in the Faculty of Law
who has achieved high academic standing. The scholarship consists of
payment of the tuition fees for the third year of studies, a book
allowance of $200, and employment with the firm during the summer between
second and third year. The award will be made on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Law.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
Mead Johnson Prize in Paediatric Nursing - A prize of $500, made possible
by a grant from Mead Johnson Canada, will be awarded annually to the
Master's student in the graduating year specializing in the nursing care
of children, whose record in the opinion of the School is the most
outstanding. The award will be made on the recommendation of the School
of Nursing.  (Available 1986/87 Winter).
Pearl Kerr Mossfield Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $350 has been established by family and friends of Pearl
Kerr Mossfield. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
School of Music to a worthy piano student who is specializing in vocal
and/or instrumental accompaniment.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
Physiotherapy Association of B.C. Prize in Physiotherapy - A prize in the
amount of $50 has been offered by the Physiotherapy Association of B.C
The award will be made on the recommendation of the School of
Rehabilitation Medicine to a student in the final year of the
physiotherapy program for general proficiency in physiotherapy.
(Available 1986/87 Winter)
Neville Scarfe Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of approximately
$200 has been established in memory of Neville Scarfe by his family and
friends. Dean Scarfe was regarded as one of the most distinguished
scholars in the field of education when he was appointed to head the newly
established Faculty of Education at UBC. Dean Scarfe continued to take an
active interest in his academic discipline, geography, and more generally,
the social studies. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Education to an outstanding student intending to teach social
studies, and enrolled in the final year of the B.Ed, program. (Available
1987/88 Winter) 8830.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'A'
New awards recommended to Senate  (continued)
Maxine Sevack Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $500
has been made available by the Maxine Sevack Memorial Foundation. Maxine
Sevack was a student in the Department of Creative Writing. Following
graduation, she established herself as a successful magazine journalist.
She died in a plance crash in Guatemala in her 28th year. The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Department of Creative Writing to a
student who has completed at least one year of study and shows promise in
non-fiction writing. In making the award, the candidate's financial
circumstances may be considered.  (Available 1987/88 Winter)
Walter Shukin Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of $1,00 0
has been made available by Klohn Leonoff Ltd. and the Paul Poohachow
family in memory of Walter Shukin. Walter graduated in Civil Engineering
from UBC in 1970, and had been a highly esteemed member of Klohn Leonoff
Ltd. from time of graduation until his death in 1986. The award will be
made to an undergraduate student entering the fourth year soil mechanics
program who combines a high academic standing with participation in other
university or professional activities. The award will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of Civil Engineering. (Available 1987/88
Winter)
3M Company Clinical Prize - A prize in the amount of $500 has been made
available by 3M Canada Inc. The award will be made annually to a third
year dental student who demonstrates proficiency in operative dentistry,
with special emphasis on the newer restorative materials. The award will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Dentistry. (available
1986/87 Winter)
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia Kenneth S. Fawcus Memorial
Prize in Civil Litigation - A prize in the amount of $200 will be awarded
annually to a student in the Faculty of Law who achieves high academic
standing in a course in Civil Litigation. This award is given by the
Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia to honour the Hon. Kenneth
S. Fawcus who throughout his career, both as a lawyer and as a Justice of
the Supreme Court of British Columbia, exemplified the best traditions of
the bar. The donor hopes that this memorial prize will instill in its
recipients a desire to strive for excellence in all aspects of trial
practice. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Law.  (Available 1986/87 Winter)
University Women's Club of Vancouver, Ruby B. Riddell Scholarship in
Music - A scholarship in the amount of $700 has been made available in
memory of Ruby B. Riddell by her niece, Mrs. J. Mainel, through the
University Women's Club of Vancouver. The award will be made to a woman
student proceeding towards a degree in Music at UBC. In making the award,
the candidate's financial circumstances may be considered. The award will
be made on the recommendation of the School of Music. (Available 1987/88
Winter) 8831.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
The following proposals apply to the current four-year B.Ed. (Elementary)
and five-year B.Ed. (Secondary) programs and will not appear in the
1987-88 Calendar which will include the material pertaining to the revised
programs  approved  in May 1986:
Language  Education
Change program description to:
(5)   Language  Arts  Concentration
6 units   from English Education 335,   340,   341,   478,   480,   486,   489;
3 units from the preceding courses or from English Education 337,
338, 349, 416, 435; Library Education 389; Reading Education 473,
475; Special Education 312, 313, 315; or 3 units approved by the
Head,   Department  of  Language  Education.
Change program description to:
(11)   Reading Education Concentration
Reading Education 305 is a prerequisite.
4.5 units from Reading Education 472, 473, 475 (pre-service only),
476   (experienced teachers only),   477;
3  units   from English Education  335,   341,   478,   480,   489;
1.5 units from English Education 337, 338, 349, 486; Library
Education 389; Reading Education 474; Special Education 312; or 1.5
unit elective  approved by the Head,  Department of  Lanquage  Education.
Visual and Performing Arts  in Education
Change program description to:
(8)     Music Education Concentration and  Major
• •       •
Major
Fourth Year: Music Education 302, 303; and 12 units from Music
Education 104, 105, 307, 321, 335, 336, 401, 405, 435, 436, Music
102,   112,   122.
Change program description to:
(1)   Art  Education Concentration and  Major
• *       •
Concentration
• «       •
Fourth Year: Art Education 302 and 425; one of Art Education 303,
305, 307, 309, 321. 8832.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Visual and  Performing Arts   in  Education     (continued)
Major
•       •       •
Fourth  Year:     Nine  units   of   Art  Education   303,   305,   307,   309,   321,  or  401;
Art  Education  425 and  441.
Change program description to:
(2)  Art  Education  Concentration and Major
•  •  •
Concentration
Third Year: Art Education 303, 305, 307, 321, or 401;
•  •  •
Major
Third Year:  Art Education 341; one of Art Education 303, 305, or
321;  one of Art Education 307 or 401.
Teacher Education - curriculum changes
Proposed calendar entry:
VI.  THE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION
The Faculty of Education offers . . .
. . .  towards the requirements of a Diploma in Education.
D.  Fields of Specialization
+ Adult Education
Art Education
Business Education
Computing Studies Education
Curriculum and Instructional Studies
Educational Psychology
* Education of the Deaf
* Education of the Mentally Retarded
* Education of the Visually Impaired Children
Education of Young Children
English Education
English as a Second Language
French Education
Guidance Studies
industrial Education
Library Education
Mathematics  Education
Mathematics and  Science Education
Multicultural and  Minority Education
Music Education
Physical  Education
Reading Education 8833.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Teacher Education - curriculum changes
D.  Fields of Specialization  (continued)
Science Education
Special Education
Special Education of Infants
Values Education
Visual and Performing Arts in Education
NOTES:-
+ Some non-graduates may be admitted in this field. Prerequisite: two
years'  experience  in adult education.
* Full-time study during a regular winter session is required. Completion
of a proqram in this field requires extensive practica and partially
satisfies requirements for a British Columbia teaching certificate.
Enrollment is limited; interested applicants should apply early as the
selection  of  applicants  is normally  completed by March  1.
Language  Education
Changes LIBE 381,  382,   383,   384,   387,   - change description
MLED 394  - change prerequisite   (see p.8812)
Changes MUED  400   (3)   -    change  to divide  into four  courses:
MUED  335   (1)   Orff   I
MUED  3 36   (1)   Kodaly   I
MUED 435   (1)   Orff  II
MUED  436   (1)   Kodaly   II
MUED  401   -  change   in  title,   units,   description  and   hours   (see
p.8812)
MUED 106 - change in number (was 402), title, description,
hours
Deletions  MUED 101, 102, 103, 201
Modifications to the "Selection of Candidates" section of the proposal for
revised programs of initial teacher education
"5. Selection of candidates
The selection of candidates for admission will be by majority vote of an
Admissions Committee which represents both academic and professional
interests of the Faculty. Consideration will be given to all applicants
who satisfy the minimum admission requirements.  In addition, 8834.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Revision of   initial Teacher Education Programs
Section 5.   "Selection of Candidates"     (continued)
a. Each applicant must submit for the consideration of the Committee a
statement of relevant experience on the appropriate form provided
by the Registrar.
b. Each applicant must arrange for the Conmittee to receive two
confidential statements from referees qualified to attest to the
applicant's suitability for  teaching.
c. An interview may be required as a part of the admissions
procedure; applicants, similarly, may request a personal
interview. Applicants are responsible for their own expenses in
attending  admissions  interviews.
The Committee will consider such factors as maturity, experience,
emotional and physical characteristics relevant to the demands of the
program, and writing and speaking abilities. Expressed motivation and
demonstrated interest in a teaching career will also be taken into
account."
FACULTY OF   GRADUATE  STUDIES
Architecture
Master  of  Advanced Studies  in  Architecture
Proposed  Calendar  Changes   (referenced to 8 5/86  Calendar)
p. 134 under the heading "C. Program Options 1. Full-time study c)
the following programs may be pursued only by full-time
study," delete  "Architecture" from the  list of programs.
p.   138 column  1,   delete  the   first   full  paragraph  commencing   "In order
to fulfill the ..." and the entire material remaining in this
section,  and  replace with the  following:
"In order to fulfill the requirements for the degree of Master
of Advanced Studies in Architecture, the student must complete
the course of study for a total of 15 units. Full-time
students are required to put in no less than two terms of
full-time attendance in the program. Part-time study, as
defined in this section of the Calendar, is allowed and
encouraged, but only with the approval of the Graduate Program
Committee  of the  School  of Architecture. 8835.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Architecture
Master  of  Advanced Studies  in  Architecture
Proposed  Calendar  Changes   (referenced to 8 5/86  Calendar)     (continued)
"Full-time students normally complete this program within two
academic years. No longer than five years may elapse between
first registration and satisfactory completion of the entire
program,   including the thesis.
"Course of  Study:     First  Year
"Architecture 500   (0)  Graduate Seminar
and 9 units of courses selected in consultation with the
student's advisor, including a minimum of 6 units from courses
at the 5 00 level offered by the School of Architecture and
other Departments, some of which must be related to the
student's research interests; 1.5 units of courses should be
in Research Methods if the student has no background in this
area; and Architecture 549 (6 units) Thesis for the MASA
degree
"Areas of  Study
"Research activities and thesis development will be focussed
within  four areas of  study,  as  follows:
the  technology of building  systems  and  environments;
design   research   for   special   populations    (e.g.    children,    the
elderly) ;
architectural theory and  criticism;
housing, urban design and development.
The thesis may take the form of research or an innovative
design investigation, or be a combination of both these
forms.  A thesis defence is required."
New      ARCH 509 (1.5/3)d Facilities Programming
Changes  ARCH 500 - change in units and description to: (0)
ARCH 503 - change in units to: (1.5/3)d
ARCH 504 - change in units and description to: (1.5/3)d
ARCH 508  - change in units and description to: (l.5/3)d
ARCH 512 - change in title, units and description to:
Urban Design Studies (1.5/3)d
ARCH 532 - change in units and description to: (1.5/3)d
ARCH 548 - change in number, title, description, units to:
Special Topics (l.5/3)d  (was 547)
ARCH 549 - change in title, units to: (6) - delete description 8836.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES     (continued)
Audiology and  Speech Sciences
New AUDI 512   (1.5)     Sensory Physiology I:   Hearing and vision
(cross-listed with PHYL 531)
Classics
M.A. Program in Classical Archaeology
New      CLST 501 (1.5) Topography and Monuments of Athens
CLST 502 (1.5) Topography and Monuments of ROme
CLST 503 (1.5) Studies in Greek Architecture
CLST 504 (1.5) Studies in Roman Architecture
CLST 505 (1.5) Studies in Greek Town Planning
CLST 506 (1.5) Studies in Roman Town Planning
CLST 507 (1.5) Studies in Greek Painting
CLST 508 (1.5) Studies in Roman Painting and Mosaics
CLST 509 (1.5) Studies in Greek Sculpture
CLST 510 (1.5) Studies in Roman Sculpture
CLST 511 (1.5) Studies in Greek Regional Archaeology
CLST 512 (1.5) Studies in Roman Provincial Archaeology
CLST 513 (1.5) The Archaeology of Greek and Roman Technology
CLST 514 (1.5) Greek and Roman Minor Arts
CLST 515 (1.5) Directed Studies in Classical Archaeology
Information on Course Scheduling
(Before the entry for CLST 503, add the following note):
"Classical Studies 503 through 515 not offered each year.
Consult the Department of Classics."
Program Statement
Replace Calendar  statement on
following:
139  (1986/87 Calendar) with the
"The thesis for the M.A. in Classics may be written in one
of the following fields: Greek Language and Literature,
Latin Language and Literature, Greek History, Roman
History, Greek or Roman Archaeology, or Ancient Philosophy.
Major essays may be written in any of these fields by
students following the M.A. program with Comprehensive
Examinations. The Comprehensive Examinations may be
weighted toward Greek or Latin Studies without
concentrating exclusively on either. Satisfactory
knowledge of both Latin and Greek is required; separate
Masters of Arts degrees in Latin and Greek are not given.
The M.A. in Classical Archaeology is awarded for successful
completion of 15 units of course work, a major essay, and
comprehensive examinations.  Brochures describing the M.A.
and Ph.D. programs are available from the Department of
Classics." 8837.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Health Care and Epidemiology
New
Changes
HCEP 511 (1.5) Occupational Health II
HCEP 512 (1.5)  Occupational  Hygiene:  Chemical  and
Biological Hazards
HCEP 513 (1.5)  Occupational Hygiene: Physical Hazards
HCEP 510 - change title and units to: (1.5)
HCEP 501 - add prerequisite
HCEP 516 - add prerequisite
HCEP 536 - change title to: Health Services Research I:
Evaluative Research, add prerequisites
Deletion HCEP 534
Music
New MUSC 506 (1.0) Readings in Orchestral Repertoire
MUSC 606 (1.0) Readings in Orchestral Repertoire
MUSC 609 (1.5-3) Advanced Orchestration and Arranging
Pathology
New
Change
Deletion
PATH 6 48 (.5/3)c  Directed Studies for Ph.D. Students
PATH 548 - change in title, units to:
M.Sc. Students (.5/3)c
PATH 519
Directed Studies for
Physiology
New      PHYL 5 31 (1.5)
PHYL 53 2 (1.5)
Sensory Physiology I: Hearing and vision
Sensory Physiology II: Vestibular System,
Somatic Sensory System, Chemical Senses
Surgery
Change   SURG 508, 509 - change in designation to:
ORPA 508, 509
Deletions SURG 506, 507,
FACULTY OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
Changes    PHAR 405 - change units to (l-3)c
PHAR 450 - change units to (l-3)c 8838.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals     (continued)
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Biochemistry
Change     BIOC 448 - change in description, units (to 1.5/3)c
Change in Program and Units
Option B:     Genetic and  Molecular  Biological  Aspects
Major
First  and  Second  Year  as  in Option A.
Third  Year
BIOC  301
BIOC 303
CHEM  313   and   3052
BIOL 334
MICB   325
Science Electivel
15
■-Suggested Science  electives   (Major  and  Honours):
Fourth Year
1.5
BIOC 402
3
BIOC 403
6
BIOC 410
1.5
MICB 408
1.5
Arts Electives
1.5
Electivesl
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
6
_3	
15
Second, Third or Fourth Year
BIOL 3 34
CPSC 114 and 116 or 118
1.5   MATH/STAT 205
1.5-3  ZOOL 203
Third or Fourth Year
BIOC 4104
1.5
CHEM
411
1.5
BIOC 448
1.5
CHEM
413
1
BIOC 449
1.5-3
CHEM
435
1
BIOL 300
1.5
MICB
302
1.5
BIOL 3 01
1.5
MICB
324
1.5
BIOL 330
3
MICB
3254
1.5
BOTA 4 35
3
MICB
402
1.5
BOTA 4 371
1.5
MICB
4084
1.5
CHEM 335
3
MICB
4093
1.5
CHEM 405
1
MEDG
4103
1.5
1.5
1.5
MEDG 4203
1.5
MEDG 4213
1.5
PHYL 301
3
ZOOL 304
1.5
ZOOL 405
1.5
ZOOL 4073
3
ZOOL 408
1.5
ZOOL 4253
1.5
2In   Option   B,    either    Chemistry   313    or    305   can   be    postponed   until   the
fourth year,  and  three units  of Arts substituted  in the Third Year.
These electives are more  relevant   for  Option B.
4Required courses for  Option B;     suggested electives for Option  A. 8839.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Biology
New
Change
Chemistry
BIOL 336 (1.5)  Genetics II
BIOL 334 - change title, description
Change
CHEM  407 - change  title,   description
Computer   Science
Changes
CPSC 213
CPSC 421
CPSC 406
CPSC 414
CPSC 320
change title, description, prerequisite
change number, prerequisite  (was 321)
change description, prerequisite
change title, description, prerequisite
change number  (was 4 20)
Change in Programs
Major
Second Year
CPSC 210, 213, 220
MATH 200, 2 21
STAT 2 412
Arts Elective
Elective
- Change program to:
Third and Fourth Years
4.5    CPSC 310, 320
3     Other Computer Science courses
1.5     numbered 300 or above3
3     Further Computer Science courses
3       numbered 400 or above
15     Mathematics courses numbered
300 or above4
Arts elective
Electives^
4.5
4.
3
6
30
2Can be   replaced by  STAT  200 plus MATH/STAT   302.
3For Major students, it is recommended that at least two of the optional
Computer Science courses be chosen from application areas (e.g. Computer
Science  302,   402,   403,   404,   405,   406).
4Mathematics courses in analysis, applied mathematics, linear algebra,
probability and differential equations and Statistics are recommended.
Such courses include MATH 300, 303, 307, 315, 316, 340, 341, 342, 345,
400,   407 and  426,   MATH/STAT 302 and STAT 304,   305,   306,   405 and  406.
Appropriate courses from other fields of possible computer applications
are suggested. in particular, attention is called to the following
courses outside the Faculties of Arts and Science, for which credit will
be granted: Commerce 356, 410, 411, 456, 457, 458; Electrical
Engineering 256,   359,   360,  455 and  464. 8840.
December  10,   1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computer   Science  - Change   in Programs     (continued)
Change program to:
Honours
Second Year
CPSC 210, 213, 220
MATH 200, 220, 221
STAT 2 412
Arts Elective
Elective
4.5
4.5
1.5
3
_3	
16.5
Third and   Fourth Years
CPSC 302, 310, 320, 421
Other Computer Science courses
numbered 3 00 or above3
Mathematics courses numbered
300 or above4
Arts Elective
Electives^
9
10.5
9
3
_3	
34.5
2Can be replaced by STAT 200 plus MATH/STAT 302.
3Computer Science 448 is recommended.
4Mathematics courses in analysis, applied mathematics, linear algebra,
probability, and differential equations and Statistics courses are
recommended.
^Courses  in  logic,  foundations  of  mathematics,
Engineering 256 are strongly recommended.
Major in Mathematical Computing
Change Program to:
Major in the Mathematical Sciences
(offered with Departments of Mathematics and Statistics)
First Year
CPSC 114, 1161
MATH 100, 101 (120, 121)
PHYS 110, 115 or 120
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 10 0
and
Electrical
Second Year
3
MATH 200, 220,
221
3
CPSC 210, 213,
220
3
MATH/STAT 302
3
STAT 200
3
Arts Elective
15
4.5
4.5
1.5
1.5
_3	
15
Third and Fourth Years
MATH 3032, 307, 315, 340
CPSC 302, 310, 320
STAT 305, 306, 404
Arts Elective
Electives3
6
7.5
4.5
3
_9	
30.0 8841.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Computer Science
Major in the Mathematical Sciences
(offered with Departments of Mathematics and Statistics)  (continued)
^Computer Science 118 (1.5) and a 1.5 unit elective can be substituted
by those eligible for Computer Science 118. Well qualified students are
encouraged to take Computer Science 210. Special arrangements may be
made for a student who did not take Computer Science 114 and 116 or 118
in First Year;  such arrangements may limit choice of 400-level courses.
2Mathematics 418 may be substituted.
3These electives must  include at least  6 units  selected from the
following courses:  Computer Science 304, 313, 402, 403, 405, 406, 414,
417, 421;  Mathematics 201, 300, 314, 316, 320-323, 341, 342, 400, 407,
413, 418;  Statistics 304, 344, 346, 405, 406, 441, 445, 447.
Geography
Change  Calendar  statements:
Change  statement  on p.   216   (1986/87 calendar),   col.   a  to:
in "Faculty Requirements . . . (b)"
Geography courses designated as carrying Science Credit are numbered 01-09
in the last digits. (Geography 449 also carries Science Credit, but only
for  B.Sc.   Honours  and  Majors  students   in Geography.)
in "Faculty Requirements . . . (c)"
The Arts requirement can be met by Geography courses numbered 20 and above
in the last two digits except those numbered 40-48 and 70-79 in the last
two digits. Courses numbered 10-19, 40-48, 70-79 in the last two digits
may be  taken as  free electives.
Change  statement  on p.   225,   column  a  to:
Students entering the B.Sc. degree programs must consult the science
advisor   of  the Department  of  Geography.
Changes *GEOG 205  - change  hours APPENDIX   'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Geography (continued)
Changes in Programs
Change programs to:
Major in Physical Geography
First Year
ENGL 100
MATH 100, 101 (120,121)
PHYS 110, 115 or 120
CHEM 110 or 12 0
GEOG 1011
Honours - Geomorphology1
First Year
ENGL 100
MATH 100, 101 (120,121)
PHYS 110, 115 or 120
CHEM 110 or 120
GEOG 101 or GEOL 105 or
GEOP 120 and GEOL 12 5
3
3
3
3
_3
15
8842.
December  10,   1986
Second Year
3
GEOG 202 and 205
3
GEOG 220 or 260
3
STAT 200, MATH 200
3
CPSC 111
3
GEOP 221 or CHEM 208
15
Arts Elective
Second   Year
GEOG
202
and
205
GEOL
200,
201
and
GEOP
221
MATH
200,
2 21
CPSC
111
STAT
200
2 56
3
1.5
3
1.5
3
_3
15
3
4.5
3
3
1.5
1.5
16.5
Honours - Climatology/Meteorology1
First Year
ENGL 100
MATH 100, 101 (120,121)
PHYS 110, 115 or 120
CHEM 110 or 120
GEOG 1012
Second Year
3
GEOG 202 and 205
3
MATH 200, 2 21
3
GEOP 2 21
3
STAT 200, 205
3
CPSC 111
15
Elective3
3
3
3
3
1.5
1.5
15
Geological Sciences
Change
GEOL 330,   449 - change  description 8843.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Geophysics and Astronomy
Change in Program
Honours Geophysics
Preamble
Geophysics is an interdisciplinary physical science concerned with the
nature of the earth and its environment and as such seeks to apply the
knowledge and techniques of physics, mathematics and chemistry to
understand the structure and dynamical behaviour of the earth and its
environment. The required sequence of matheamtics, physics and geophysics
courses is designed to provide a basic structure on which to build a
coherent honours program with science electives normally selected from
geophysics, geology, astronomy, oceanography, mathematics, physics and
chemistry.
First Year Second Year
GEOP 120 and GEOL 12 51         3 CPSC m 1#5
CHEM 120 (110)                3 MATH 200, 221, 315               4.5
MATH 100, 101 (120, 121)      3 PHYS 203, 209 3
PHYS 120 (115 or 110)         3 Electives2 _9
ENGL 10 0                      __3 18
15
Third and  Fourth Year
MATH 201
1.5
MATH 316 (PHYS 312)
1.5
PHYS 301, 309
3.5
GEOP 426 or GEPA 315
1.5-3
GEOP 320, 321, 322
4.5
GEOP 449 (or equivalent)
3
Electives2
17.5-16
33
iGeology 10 5 may be substituted. Special arrangements may be made for
students unable to complete this requirement in first year.
2The electives of years 2-4 must contain 6 units of Arts and 3 units of
Geology. The remaining electives must form a coherent program to be
approved by the departmental undergraduate conmittee. Sample programs in
which the emphasis of the electives varies (e.g. geology, solid earth
geophysics, astronomy, oceanography) are available from the department.
Delete Program - Combined Honours Geophysics and Another Subject 8844.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (continued)
Mathematics
Change in Calendar Statement
Add to statement on page 227, column 2:
OPTIONS AVAILABLE (for Third and Fourth Years): Any Mathematics Major
program that does not follow one of the options below requires the
written permission of the Head.  General Option: ...
New
MATH 226 (1.5)
MATH 227 (1.5)
Advanced Calculus I
Advanced Calculus II
Changes   *MATH 357 - change title, description, prerequisite
MATH 342 - change description
Deletion
MATH 22 5
It is understood and agreed that where reference is made to MATH 225,
the new numbers MATH 226 and/or 227 (as appropriate) will be
substituted. This understanding covers the descriptions of all courses,
and of all programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree and the
notes thereunto.
Oceanography
Change in Programs
Combined Oceanography and Biology Honours
First Year
Second Year
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 100
MATH 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
PHYS 110 or 115 or
BIOL 101 or 102
120
3
3
3
3
_3
15
BIOL 200, 201
CHEM 230 or 203
Science electives1'2
Arts elective
3
3
9
_3
18
Third and   Fourth Years
OCGY 308
OCGY 316 or 3 09
OCGY 406
OCGY 4 08
OCGY 44 9
1.5
BIOL 300
1.5
1.5
BIOL 334
1.5
1.5
BIOL 321, 322
3
1.5
3
Other Biology, Botany or
Zoology courses numbered
300 or higher
4.5
Arts Electives
3
Science electives2
10.5
33" 8845.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
Change in Programs
Combined Oceanography and Biology Honours  (continued)
!one of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science
114 and 116 (or 111 and 118), or Geography 101, and 6 additional units
chosen from list under Biology program, Second Year, including 3 units of
courses on organisms, e.g. Botany 209 and Zoology 205 or Microbiology 200.
2Mathematics  200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third Year;
Science electives may include additional Oceanography courses in third
and fourth years.
Combined Oceanography and Botany Honours
First Year Second Year
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 100
MATH 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
PHYS 110 or 115 or
BIOL 101 or 102
120
3
3
3
3
_3
15
BIOL 200, 201
BOTA 209, 210
CHEM 2 30 or 2 03
ZOOL 205
Science electivesi'2
Arts Electives
3
3
3
1.5
4.5
_3
18
Third and Fourth Years
OCGY 308
OCGY 316 or 3 09
OCGY 406
OCGY 408
OCGY 44 9
1.5
BIOL 300
1.5
1.5
BIOL 321, 322
3
1.5
BOTA 301
1.5
1.5
BOTA 330
3
3
BOTA 410
1.5
BOTA 415
1.5
Other Botany courses numbered
300 or higher
4.5
Science electives2'3
4.5
Arts electives
3
33
1One of Geology 105, Geophysics 120 and Geology 125, Computer Science
114 and 116 (or 111 and 118), or Geography 101, and additional units for
required total.
2Mathematics     200     is    strongly    recommended     in     Second    or     Third    Year;
Science   electives   may   include   additional   Oceanography   courses   in   third
or  fourth years.
3Biology 334 strongly recommended. 8846.
December  10,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
Change in Programs  (continued)
Combined Oceanography and Zoology Honours
First Year
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 10 0
MATH 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
PHYS 110 or 115 or 120
BIOL 101 or 102
Second  Year
3
BIOL 200,   201
3
ZOOL 203
ZOOL 205
3
CHEM   2 30
3
Science electivesl'2
3
Arts  Electives
15
3
1.5
1.5
3
6
_3
18
OCGY 308
OCGY 316 or 3 09
OCGY 40 6
OCGY 408
OCGY 44 9
Third and Fourth Years
1.5   BIOL 300
1.5    ZOOL 303
1.5    ZOOL 304
1.5   BIOL 321, 3 22
3     ZOOL 402
Science electives2'3
Arts electives
1.5
3
1.5
3
1.5
10.5
_3	
33
1One of Geology 10 5, Geophysics 120 and Geology 12 5, Computer Science
114 and 116 (or 111 and 118), or Geography 101, and additional units for
required total.
2Mathematics  200 is strongly recommended in Second or Third Year;
Science electives may include additional Oceanography courses in third
or fourth years.
3Zoology 340 and 440 available as electives; Biology 334 and Zoology
415 strongly recommended.
Combined Oceanography and Chemistry Honours
First Year
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 100
MATH 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
PHYS 110 or 115 or 120
BIOL 101 or 102
Second  Year
3
CHEM   201,   202   (or   205)
3
CHEM  203
MATH   200,    221
3
Science  Electivesl
3
Arts   Electives
3
15
3
3
3
6
_3
18 8847.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  SCIENCE
Oceanography
Change  in Programs
Combined Oceanography and Chemistry Honours     (continued)
Third  Year
CHEM  3 01
CHEM  304   (or   305)
CHEM   311
CHEM 330   (or  313)
OCGY   308,   3 09
Science electives2'3'4
Fourth Year
1.5
CHEM 310 (or 335)
3
CHEM 421
2
Chemistry elective
3
OCGY 4013 or 405
3
OCGY 407
4.5
OCGY 408
17
Arts electives
OCGY 449 or CHEM 4494
3
1
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
3
3
16
iMust include one of Geology 105 (or Geophysics 120 and Geology 125),
Biology 101 or 102, Computer Science 114 and 116 (or 111 and 118),
Geography 101.
2Science electives may include additional Oceanography courses in third
year.
3Mathematics 255 or 315 is prerequisite to Oceanography 401.
4If Chemistry 449 is taken, an additional 1.5 units of oceanography
courses are required as part of the science electives.
Combined Oceanography and Physics Honours
First Year
CHEM 110 or 120
ENGL 100
MATH 100 and 101
(or 120 and 121)
PHYS 110 or 115 or 120
Electivesl
3
3
3
3
_3_
15
Second Year
PHYS 200, 206
PHYS 203, 209
MATH 200, 221, 315
Science Electives2'3
Arts Electives
3
3
4.5
6
_3	
16.5
Third Year
PHYS 301, 308
PHYS 303, 304
PHYS 306
PHYS 307, 309
MATH 2013, 316
OCGY 3 08, 309
OCGY 401
Fourth Year
3
PHYS 401, 402
3
PHYS 406, 408
1.5
OCGY 4 08
3
3
3
1.5
OCGY 409
OCGY 449 or PHYS 4495
Arts electives
Science electives4
18
3
2
1.5
1
3
3
_2	
16.5 8848.
December 10, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Oceanography
Change in Programs
Combined Oceanography and Physics Honours  (continued)
1Must include one of Geology 105 (or Geophysics 120 and Geology 125),
Biology 101 or 102, Computer Science 114 and 116 (or 111 and 118),
Geography 101.
2Recommended:  more Computer Science, Mathematics, or Geography 212.
3Students are encouraged to take Mathematics 201 in the second year.
4Recommended from the following: Mathematics 300, Mathematics 345,
Geography 311, Geography 312, Geophysics 322, Computer Science 302.
5If Physics 449 is taken, an additional 1.5 units of oceanography must
be included in the science electives.
Phvsics
Change calendar statement
Change footnote, page 2 31, column 2 to:
3Chosen from the following Physics courses:  305,  400, 403, 406,
407, 408, 453, 454, or 477.
Changes    PHYS 203 - change hours
PHYS 216 - change title
PHYS 408 - change description, prerequisite
PHYS 414 - change prerequisite
PHYS 421 - change description units, hours, prerequisite
Deletions  PHYS 231, 239
Change Program
Combined Physics and Mathematics Honours1
Fourth Year
PHYS 307
1
PHYS 308, 402
3
PHYS 4 49
3
Additional Mathematics
6 units of approved 4th vear
courses
6
Electives
3
16 8849.
December  10,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  curriculum proposals
FACULTY OF  SCIENCE     (continued)
Statistics
New STAT   2 41   (1.5)     Introductory Probability and   Statistics
zoology
Change ZOOL 4 29  - change  description,  hours

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