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 Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5139
The fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1969-70 was held on Wednesday, December 10, 1969,
at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present:  President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Miss D.
Allen, Deputy President W. M. Armstrong, Dr. C. S. Belshaw, Mr. S. Black,
Mr. C. B. Bourne, Mrs. A. Brearley, Mr. P. Brock, Dr. C. A. Brockley,
Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H. Brown, Mr. C. M.
Campbell Jr., Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. D. H. Chitty,
Dr. R. M. Clark, Dr. M. F. Clarke, Dean G. F. Curtis, Dr. R. Daniells,
Mr. J. Davies, Mr. A. Dobrey, Dr. C. W. J. Eliot, Mr. W. A. Ferguson,
Dr. S. M. Friedman, The Hon. E. D. Fulton, Dean J. A. F. Gardner,
Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. R. F. Gray, Mr. I. F. Greenwood, Dr. N. A. Hall,
Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Dr. C. S. Holling, Mr. D. S. M. Huberman, Dr. S.
Israels, Mr. R. W. Jacobs, Dr. R. F. Kelly, Dr. J. M. Kennedy, Dr. D. T.
Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mr. P. Ladner, Mrs. W. T. Lane, Dr. P. A. Larkin,
Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Dean S. W. Leung, Miss E. K. McCann, Dr. A. J.
McClean, Dean Helen McCrae, Dean J. F. McCreary, Dr. M. F. McGregor,
Mr. K. R. Martin, Mr. J. R. Meredith, Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. B. N. Moyls,
Dr. J. M. Norris, Miss D. J. O'Donnell, Dean V. J. Okulitch, Mr. R. F.
Osborne, Mr. S. Persky, Mr. P. Plant. Dr. R. A. Restrepo, Dean B. E.
Riedel, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. I. Ross, Dr. R. F. Scagel, Dean N. V.
Scarfe, Dr. A. D. Scott, Mr. G. R. Selman, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Dean M. Shaw,
Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Dr. J. D. Spouge, Mr. B. B. Trevino, Dr. G. M.
Volkoff, Mr. K. Waldman, Dr. H. V. Warren, Dr. W. A. Webber, Dean P. H.
White, Dr. W. E. Willmott, Rev. R. A. Wilson, Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Miss D. Hopper, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from
Chancellor A. M. McGavin, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Dr. W. D. Finn, Mr. J.
Guthrie, Mr. S. S. Lefeaux, Mr. E. O'Brien, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs, Mr. E. Wood.
Minutes of the November 1 special meeting
Dr. McGregor )    That the Minutes oh the special meeting oh
Dr. Kitts   )    November 1, having been circulated be taken
as read and adopted.
Carried Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5140
Minutes of the November 12 regular meeting
Mr. Greenwood )   That the Minutes oh the third regular meeting
Mr. Dobrey   )   oh the Senate hoi the Session 1969-70, having
been circulated,  be taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Business Arising from the Minutes
Dr. Clark referred to a discussion under the item "other business"
at the November 12 meeting of Senate during which some members had the
impression that the Office of Academic Planning was maintaining dossiers
on students.  Dr. Clark made it quite clear that no such dossiers were
being kept.
At the previous meeting Dr. Clark had been requested by Senate to
find out the cost involved in doing a study of the sociological background of U.B.C. students.  Dr. Clark reported that assuming we had
6,000 entering students the costs would be approximately $1,175.
Mr. Persky    ) That the motion,  "That the O^ice oh
Dr. Gray        ) Academic Planning be requested to do a
Study oh the sociological background oh
U.B.C. students", tabled at the previous
Senate meeting be lihted hiom the table.
Carried
Mr. Persky )     That the  0^-ice oh Academic Planning be
Dr. Kelly  )     requested to do a study oh the sociological
background oh  U.B.C. students.
It was agreed that as far as cost was concerned such a study
would probably be feasible but it was pointed out that at the previous
meeting questions were also raised about the significance of the study
and the results that would come from it. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5141
Business Arising from the Minutes
In amendment:
Dr. Hardwick )    That the Nominating Committee be requested
Dr. Belshaw  )    to select a committee to delineate the scope
and nature oh such a study.
It was agreed that the Director of the Office of Academic Planning
should be a member of this Committee.
The amendment was carried.
The motion as amended was carried.
Notification of approval of Senate Recommendations - subject, where
applicable, to the necessary funds being available
(i) That a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) Master's Degree without Thesis
be offered as recommended by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
(Page 5111)
(ii) That a Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree be revised as recommended
by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  (Page 5111)
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe        ) That the new awards and changes in
The Hon. E. D. Fulton ) awards listed in Appendix A be accepted
subject to the approval oh the Board oh
Governors, and that letters oh thanks
be sent to the donors.
Carried Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5142
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Hall ) That the proposals oh the Faculty oh Graduate
Dean McCreary    ) Studies h°l nejM courses in Paediatrics, out
lined in Appendix B, page 511%,  be approved.
Carried
Dr. Hall     )   That the proposals oh the Faculty oh Graduate
Mrs. Brearley )   Studies h°i ^cw courses in Creative Writing,
outlined in Appendix B, page 511%, be approved.
Carried
Dr. Hall  )      That the proposals oh the Faculty oh Commerce
Dr. Kelly )      and Business Administration hor course changes,
outlined in Appendix B, page 513%, be approved.
Carried
Dr. Hall pointed out that the work of the Curriculum Committee was
complicated unnecessarily by the failure of faculties and departments to
initiate consultation on curriculum changes prior to submission to Senate.
Dr. Hall    )    That curriculum changes submitted to h^culties
Dr. Hardwick )    and thence to Senate include a statement
specihying:
(a) the nature and extent oh prior
consultation with related disciplines,
departments    or h^culties;
(b) the outcome oh  *ach consultation.
Carried
Committee on Enrolment Policy
Dean White presented the report of the Committee on Enrolment Policy.
The Committee recommended that for 1970-71, the approximate maximum
enrolments of students entering the First Year for the first time should be: Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5143
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Enrolment Policy (Continued)
B.A. programme in the Faculty of Arts: 1,400
Faculty of Education (excluding Physical
Education & Recreation): 450
Faculty of Science: 1,300
3,150
Agricultural Science; Home Economics
Music; Physical Education and Recreation:      250
Total -       3,400
Dean White    ) That these j$iguA£4 be recommended to the
Mr. Dobrey    ) BooAd oh Governors.
Dean White explained that the figure of 250, for those programmes
of study not offered elsewhere, represented about the number that went
into those studies in the current year, and that the figure could
accommodate the modest increases that were anticipated.
Dr. Kenny stated that he had discussed the recommendation of the
Committee with Heads of Departments in the Faculty of Arts and the vast
majority of them were not in agreement with the suggested cut-back.
They would prefer to leave enrolment in the Faculty of Arts as it is.
Dr. Kenny felt that if this recommendation were passed it would cut some
students off from fields of study which are not available at junior
colleges.
Dean Shaw expressed concern regarding restriction of enrolment in
the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and the School of Home Economics
as courses were not given at other universities in this Province.  Dean
White assured Dean Shaw that there would be no restriction apart from
keeping the figures approximately the same as for this year. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5144
Reports of Committees of Senate
Committee on Enrolment Policy (Continued)
Following further discussion, the motion was carried.
Dean White   )    That Senate should take such action as is
Dr. Willmott )    expedient to determine the criteria hor
enrolment size and the selection oh applicants
and to review the methods oh regulating
admissions.
Carried
It was agreed that as it had not yet been decided to limit
enrolment the motion should be recorded and brought up at some future
meeting when Senate would be in a better position to say how this should
be approached.
Dean White pointed out that the Committee on Enrolment Policy had
now completed the work requested by Senate.
Dr. Hardwick )    That the Senate Committee on Enrolment Policy
Dean Gardner )     be discharged with the thanks  oh Senate.
Carried
Nominating Committee
At the previous Senate meeting the Nominating Committee had been
requested to select a committee to study the situation of native Indians
at U.B.C. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5145
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee (Continued)
Dr. Volkoff reported the following list of suggested members:
Mr. D. B. Fields
Dr. R. F. Gray
Dr. H. B. Hawthorn
Mr. D. S. M. Huberman
Dean Helen McCrae
Miss D. J. O'Donnell
Mr. A. V. Parminter
Mr. S. Persky
Dr. J. E. B. Ryan
It was agreed that Dean Helen McCrae should be the convener of the
first meeting.
Dr. Volkoff )     That these people be appointed to a Committee
Mr. Trevino )     to study the situation oh native Indians at
U.B.C.
Carried
It was agreed that the Nominating Committee be given authority to
co-opt further members.
The Nominating Committee had also been asked to suggest names of
members to serve on a Committee to study Recommendation 7 of the Long-
Range Objectives Report.  The following names were suggested:
Mr. P. Brock
Dr. C. A. Brockley
Dr. D. H. Chitty
Dr. C W. J. Eliot
Dr. I. S. Ross
Mr. K. Waldman
Dr. W. D. Young Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5146
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee  (Continued)
It was agreed that Dr. D. H. Chitty be asked to be the convener
of the first meeting.
Dr. Volkoff )     That these people be appointed to a committee
Dr. Cavers  )     to study Recommendation 7 oh the Long-Range
Objectives Report.
Senate agreed to a suggestion that Professor Daniells be added to
the Committee.
The motion was carried.
Proposals of the Faculties (See Appendix 'B')
The Agenda Committee recommended that:
(i)  all proposals for new courses and course changes be approved
subject to ratification by the Senate Curriculum Committee
(ii)  all proposals for new curricula such as that concerning the
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree be referred to the New Programmes
Committee
(iii) all changes of regulations in the Faculties be considered by
Senate following explanation of them by the Deans of the
respective Faculties
Following a discussion of the procedure to be followed it was
agreed, as suggested by the Chairman, that new courses and course changes
be referred to the Curriculum Committee and be brought to Senate for
consideration at the next meeting of Senate.
Dr. Norris  )     That course changes be received and reherred
Mr. Osborne )     to the Curriculum Committee and all proposals
hor New Programmes be received and reherred
to the New Programmes Committee hoi h^ture
re{erence to Senate. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5147
Proposals of the Faculties (Continued)
It was pointed out that Senators did have an opportunity to make
recommendations or raise objections with the Curriculum Committee in
which case the proposals were brought back to Senate but otherwise they
went through.  It was felt that this procedure should not be reversed.
Members of Senate were asked to communicate with the Curriculum
Committee in writing by December 20th if they wished to comment on any
of the proposals.
The motion was carried.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
The Dean explained that there were a number of changes and new
courses, and that these had been discussed with other interested
parties.
Faculty of Applied Science
Dr. Cavers stated that the recommendations represented new courses
and changes in courses.
School of Architecture
Dr. Cavers reported that this submission was for new courses and
course changes, and changes in Calendar statement.
Dr. Hall raised a query regarding the statement that Architecture
423 was an optional course and could not be taken for credit. He
queried if this was a change in regulations which the Dean would be
reporting on to Senate.  It was suggested that the Acting Dean contact
the School of Architecture and report to the Curriculum Committee. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5148
Proposals of the Faculties (Continued)
Faculty of Arts
The Acting Dean reported that these submissions were mainly new
courses and course changes but there was a proposal to offer a Bachelor
of Fine Arts Degree and he felt that discussion of this should be
postponed until the New Programmes Committee had examined it.
Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration
The Dean had no comment to make.
Faculty of Education
The Dean commented on the Cross-Cultural Education course for
adapting teaching to the needs of Indian students which had been
put on at the request of Senate and should be considered as a new
course. He stated that there were course changes and changes in
regulations.
Faculty of Forestry
The Dean referred to a change in policy under Admissions whereby
a student must have an average of at least 60 per cent.  He explained
that this was in order to bring the admissions requirement in line
with other faculties.  There were also new courses and course changes
in this submission.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Acting Dean had no comment to make. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5149
Proposals of the Faculties (Continued)
School of Nursing
Miss McCann reported on the recommendations for course changes and
programme revisions.  It was recommended that the Nursing 'E' Programme
(a diploma in Psychiatric Nursing) be dropped as there were no
candidates.  It was also stated that the Nursing 'C' Programme would
be terminated after the 1971-72 session.
School of Rehabilitation Medicine
Concern was expressed at the lack of options in the curriculum for
the four year degree. It was stated that there was reluctance on the
part of professional associations to accept options.
Dr. Clark ) That Senate request the School oh Rehabilitation
Dean McCreary    ) Medicine to inform the prohessional associations
concerned with Rehabilitation Medicine that the
Senate in principle disapproves oh University
programmes which leave no options hoi students
in their senior years.
The motion was carried.
The advisability of the requirement of Sociology courses rather than
of Arts electives was raised.
Faculty of Science
The Dean reported the new courses and course changes.  He also
explained that the proposed new regulations governing the General
Programme of the B.Sc. degree were meant to give the breadth of study
that the term "General" implied. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5150
Submission from Department of University Extension
Mr. Selman commented on the list of proposed courses to be offered
during May to July. The Chairman raised the question of the cost of
keeping the library open to acommmodate these courses from May to July
and asked that the Librarian be made aware of what was taking place.
Mr. Selman   ) That the ohh^itn9 oh the courses listed hor
Dr.  Smith      ) the May-July period be approved.
Carried
Mr. Selman then reported on a Certificate which was to be offered
by the Department of University Extension in the area of Education of
young children.  The matter had been discussed in the Faculty of
Education and the Faculty had approved the certificate programme.  This
report was for the information of Senate.
Report on Employment Opportunities for Graduate Students
The Chairman invited Mr. Smolensky to say a few words about a
report that he had prepared for AUCC entitled "Employment Opportunities
for Graduate Students.  A Cause for Concern". Mr. Smolensky stated that
one of the recommendations in the report applied to this University in
setting up a research project to enquire into the job market. He said
he hoped Senate would receive copies and that perhaps some recommendations
would come forth from this body.  The Secretary agreed to have copies
circulated for the next meeting of Senate.
B. C School Trustees Association's request for Senate membership
The Chairman explained that this matter had been before Senate in
April of this year. At that time Senate was not willing to add to its Wednesday, December  10,  1969
5151
B. C School Trustees Association's request for Senate membership
(Continued)
membership.  It was pointed out that membership of the B.C. Teachers'
Federation had been discontinued when the Senate was resconstituted under
the Universities Act, 1963.
Mr. Campbell felt that there was an argument in the case of the B.C.
School Trustees, to have some representation on Senate and suggested that
it might be useful to hear from the B.C. School Trustees Association on
this subject.
There was considerable opposition to the suggestion.  It was
pointed out that two members of Senate are School Trustees.
Dr. Clark   )     That Senate, through the President, should
Dr. Belshaw )     write to the School Trustees declining to
grant this request but explaining that the
reasons in no way rehlect upon the valuable
services oh the B.C. School Trustees
Association.
Carried
Presentation to Senate of new business
Senate members were advised that items of business should not
normally be introduced under "Other Business" with the expectation of
action being taken at the meeting at which they were introduced.  It
was stated that "Notice of Motion" was appropriate at any meeting of
Senate, as was submission of items for consideration ten days prior to
a Senate meeting in order that the Agenda Committee might consider
suitable disposition of them. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5152
Other Business
Mr. Persky gave notice of the following motions:
1. That by September 1970, the University limit the number of
students in any one course to no more than 25.
2. That Senate compile and make public a report on what the
University is doing to combat the problem of "environmental
collapse".
3. That the University establish a two-year diploma course for
policemen and this be a mandatory requirement of membership
on the police force.
4. That Senate investigate charges by the Women's Liberation
Groups that female students and faculty do not have equal
opportunities at University as compared to men.
5. That an "experimental" co-educational college dormitory be
established for single male and female students to combat
today's atmosphere of "sexual repression".
6. That Senate investigate all research presently being
conducted on the campus for any U.S. military organization.
7. That an investigation be made of the charges against members
of Simon Fraser University's P.S.A. department with a view
to U.B.C. hiring fired or suspended P.S.A. faculty and
teaching assistants should the S.F.U. situation prove to
be a "political witch-hunt" as charged by the P.S.A. members. Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5153
Report of the Tributes Committee on Honorary Degrees
The gallery was cleared to allow Senate to discuss a matter
concerning Honorary Degrees.
The committee recommended that an invitation be extended to
Professor Raymond William Firth to receive an honorary degree at the
Congregation, 1970.
Dean Curtis )     Tnot the degree oh doctor oh Science,
Dr. Scott   )     honoris causa,  be conherred on Prohessor
Raymond William Firth.
Carried
Dr. Warren requested that the figures of eligible voters and the
number who actually voted during recent Faculty, Alumni and Student
elections be made available to Senate members at the next meeting.
The meeting adjourned at 10:45 p.m.
The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 14, 1970.
V^/ Secretary
Confirmed,       ^_,
Chairman.     /\y Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5154
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Professional Affairs Division of the College of Dental Surgeons
of B.C. Scholarships
Two scholarships of $100 each the gift of the Professional Affairs
Division of the College of Dental Surgeons of B.C., will be awarded
annually to the two leading students in the Dental Hygiene Program
at the completion of their first year of study.  The awards will
be made on the recommendation of the Faculty.
The John Emerson Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship of $50, established in memory of John Emerson by
members of ACTRA, will be awarded annually at the discretion of
the Music Department to an upper-division student showing promise
in musical theatre.
The Department of Music Scholarship
One or more scholarships established by proceeds from special
concerts will be awarded annually at the discretion of the
Department of Music to a student exhibiting proficiency and
promise in performance.  Primary consideration will be given to
those entering the Music program.
Change
Standard Oil Company of British Columbia Limited Fellowship
Increased from $1,500 to $2,500 per annum, from 1970 onwards. i
Wednesday, December 10,  1969
5155
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes referred
to Senate Curriculum Committee
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Agricultural Sciences
201 course description provided -
Concepts and Resources in Agriculture II.
Agricultural Economics
New Course     310 Managerial Economics
Animal Science
Changes
Food Science
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
Plant Science
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
200 number, title and description change, now:
258 Animal Production Systems
318 Animal Production "Not offered 1970-71"
322 now 322 and 323
406 title and description change
413 title and description change
418 title and description change
406 Quality Control, Standards and Evaluation
408 Advanced Food Process Science
410 Chemistry of Food Systems
412 Structural Bromatology
304 title change
305 title change
303, 403, 413 (413 becomes Poultry Science 406)
258 Introduction to Systematica of Economic Plants
326 Methods of Plant Analysis
331 Economic Entomology
431 Ecology of Economic Insects
432 Physiology of Economic Insects
439 Pollution and Crop Production
304 title and description change
305 title and description change
405 change in title, unit value and description
426 change in title, unit value and description
435 change in number and description
438 change in title, unit value number and description
200, 202, 433 Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5156
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (Continued)
Poultry Science
Changes
Soil Science
Changes
200 see Animal Science 200
322 see Animal Science 322
306 change in title, unit value and description
406 change in number, title and description
303 change in number, title and description
414 change in title and description
416 change in title and description
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
Physics 158 Wave Phenomena
Math 255 Differential Equations I
Math 256  Differential Equations II
Physics 155 change in hours
Physics 156 split into two 1*5 unit courses - 156 & 158
Chemistry 156 change in hours
Math 350 change of content, title hours, units and
prerequisites
Math 360 change of hours and units
Math 362 change of hours and units
English 298
Math 150
Ap Sc 250 see under Agricultural Engineering below
Agricultural Engineering
New Courses     Ap Sc 250 Biosystems for Engineers (see Ap Sc above)
AE 355 Physical Properties of Plant and Animal Materials
AE 490 Agricultural Waste Utilization
Changes
AE 365 )
AE 385 )
AE 471 ) change in hours title and description
AE 472 )
AE 480 )
AE 393, 450, 465 and 470
Deletions
Civil Engineering
New Course      480 Built Environment Studies
Amendments in italics submitted by Dr. R. W. Donaldson Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5157
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE (Continued)
Electrical Engineering
New Courses     EE 252
254
256
261
352
Introduction to Solid State Devices
Digital Electronics
Switching Circuits
Engineering Electromagnetics
Electrical Engineering Materials
Physics
475 Introduction to Statistical Mechanics
Changes
Deletions
EE 151 change in hours
EE 353 change in hours
EE 36J change in hours and description
EE 367 change in hours
EE 475 change in description
Physics 356
EE' 253
EE 371
EE 395
EE 453
Mechanical Engineering
Changes
467 change in hours
484 change in hours
Metallurgy
New Course
Deletion
Engineering Physics
New Courses
460 Metallurgical Transport Processes
462
Changes
Physics 453 Topics in Modern Physics I - Applied
Nuclear Physics
Physics 454 Topics in Modern Physics II - Solid
State Physics
Physics 351 change in description
Physics 353 change in title, description and content
Physics 354 change in title description and content
Computer Science 350 deleted from third year
Engineering Physics
Curriculum changes.
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
New Courses
C.E. 480 Built Environment Studies
ARCH 423 Design for Social Units
Amendments in italics submitted by Dr. R. W. Donaldson Wednesday, December 10, 1969
►
5158
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (Continued)
Changes
ARCH 305 description change
400 title and description change
402 title and description change
405 title and description change
406 title and description change
410 new number (formerly 411, 412 and 416)
420 description change
424 description change
426 title and description change
431 title and description change
432 new number (formerly 431, M.E. 437 and
E.E. 438)
436 title and description change
445 title and description change
456 title and description change
C.Sc. 251 description change
FACULTY OF ARTS
r
Anthropology & Sociology
New Courses
►
[
Changes
201 Ethnic Relations
202 Contemporary Social Problems in Selected Areas
206 Introduction to Southeast Asia (see Asian Studies 206)
215 Civilizations of Southern Asia (see Asian Studies 215)
330 Peasants and the Third World
440 Applications of Anthropology to Modern Life
303 Comparative Ethnography of Special Areas
304 Ethnography of the Northwest Coast
332 The Analysis of Myth
401 Indians of North America
403-9 Comparative Ethnography of Special Areas
414 Economic Anthropology
415 Religion and Society
416 Political Anthropology
417 Language and Culture
418 Anthropological Statistics
460 Cultural Ecology and Cultural Evolution
470 Structural Theory in Anthropology
301 description change
302 description change
331 description change
403 description change
420 description change
300 change in title description and unit value
413 change in number (formerly Anthropology 405)
450 change in title
Deletion
441 Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5159
FACULTY OF ARTS (Continued)
Comparative
Literature
Changes
500 )
501 )
502 )
503 )
504 )
505 )
506 )
Economics
New Courses
change in unit value
432 Advanced Microeconomic Analysis
442 Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis
457 Economics of Labour Markets
467 Economics of Labour Policies
Deletions
English
New Courses
400 and 407
352 History of the English Language
356 Chaucer
376 Milton
480 Studies in Mediaeval English Literature
481 Studies in Renaissance English Literature
482 Studies in the Eighteenth Century
483 Studies in the Nineteenth Century
484 Studies in British Literature of the Twentieth
Century
485 Studies in American and Canadian Literature of
the Twentieth Century
486 Studies in Criticism
487 Studies in Drama
488 Studies in Poetry
489 Studies in the Novel
Changes
Fine Arts
367 change in title
491 change in title
New Courses
238 Studio Art I
335  Studio Art II
435  Studio Art III Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5160
FACULTY OF ARTS (Continued)
Geography
New Courses
Change
Deletions
German
316 Trace Elements and the Human Environment
396 Introduction to the Geography of Monsoon Asia
464 Spatial Interaction
481 Geography of Japan
482 Geography of China
483 Geography of South Asia
484 Geography of Southeast Asia
366 title and description change
493 and 496
230
reinstated
New Course
101
Germanic Studies
Germanic Studies
Change
301
number, title and description
History
New Courses
307
314
French Canada to 1774
History of West Africa and Soi
Changes
332
432
437
411
title change
title change
title change
title change
Linguistics
New Courses
200
205
General Linguistics: Part I
General Linguistics:  Part II
Change
300
title and description change
Music
New Course
441 Vocal Techniques Wednesday, December 10, 1969.
5161.
FACULTY OF ARTS (Continued)
Philosophy
New Courses
Deletions
333 Ancient Philosophy: A
343 Ancient Philosophy:  B
353 History of Modern Philosophy: A
363 History of Modern Philosophy: B
405 Philosophy of Mathematics
408 Philosophy of History
420 Philosophy of Mind
421 Philosophy of Law
480 Philosophy of Action
434 Topics in Philosophy of Science
440 Space and Time
450 Philosophy of Language
453 History of Modern Philosophy: C
460 Philosophy of Knowledge
463 History of Modern Philosophy: D
470 Philosophy of Perception
303, 400, 403
Political Science
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
Psychology
New Course
Changes
312
321
417
418
419
424
425
428
439
322
311
315
316
British Columbia
Quebec Government
Selected Problems
Selected Problems
Selected Problems
Selected Problems
Selected Problems
Selected Problems
Totalitarian and
Government and Politics
and Politics
in Peace Research
of Canadian Politics
of Contemporary Chinese Politics
of Japanese Politics
of Southeast Asian Politics
in European Politics
Authoritarian Governments
change in number (formerly 403)
change in number (formerly 410)
change in unit value and description
change in number and description (formerly 412)
430 and 401
414 Research Methods in Child Psychology
100 description change
200 description change
316 description change
413 change in number (formerly 315)
416 change in number (formerly 306) Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5162
FACULTY OF ARTS (Continued)
Slavonic Studies
New Courses    Russian 280 Intensive Summer Workshop in Russian
(Intermediate level)
Russian 408 Seminar in Translating Technical Material
Serbo-Croat 325 An Introductory Reading Course
Change
Serbo-Croat 425 change in title and description
Theatre
New Courses
Change
230 Introduction to Film and Television
351 Theatrical Makeup
361 The Role:  Interpretation and Characterization
362 Advanced Speech and Movement
431 Film Aesthetics and Criticism
450 Stage Lighting
462 Styles in Speech and Movement
461 change in number and description
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Changes
Deletions
354 change in unit value
356  change in unit value
357, 358 and 458
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
New Courses
190 General Science
480 Research in Language Arts Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5163
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division (Continued)
Changes
Reading Education - minor changes only in arrangement
of courses
Mathematics Education - introduction of a professional
major in "Mathematics Education" to consist of
Mathematics 100 121, 372, 373, Education 482, 488
and Philosophy 302.
Also a double major in Mathematics Education to consist
of:
First & Second Years - Mathematics 100, 120,
121, 200, 221, 222
Third & Fourth Years - Mathematics 310, 311,
372, 373, Education 482, 488 and 6 units from
among Mathematics 318, 322, 312 and 412,
Philosophy 302, or other approved Mathematics
courses.
321 description change
409 description change
change in electives in First Year
changes in regulations concerning students in the A.2
programme (discontinued) transferring to the A.l
programme and requirements for A.l programme
Secondary Division
New Course
Changes
479 Cross-Cultural Education (Native Indians)
Introduction of a Social Studies Concentration,
with emphasis on Social Sciences
Replace "Geography" and "History" among list of
concentrations by Social Studies (emphasis on
Geography) and Social Studies (emphasis on History),
respectively
Restatement of the Biological Sciences Concentration
for the Second, Third and Fourth Years
Change in Creative Writing and English Concentration
Removal of foreign language and linguistics requirement
Guidance Concentration:- Sociology 200 added to
Plan A
Change in Home Economics Concentration Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5164
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Secondary Division
Changes (Continued)
Physical Education Concentration: Recreation 394
added as an elective of the upper years
Spanish Concentration: Spanish 105 (6 units)
introduced as an alternative to requirement of
the first two years
Music added as an acceptable Major
Replace Botany Major and the Zoology Major by a
Biological Sciences Major
English Major - removal of the requirement of a
second language to the 200 level or a linguistic
alternative
Home Economics Major - change H.Ec. 310 to 312, and
243 to 343, and increase electives to 4*a—6 from 4*g
Industrial Education Major - various changes
Mathematics Major - Mathematics 307 and 308 both
to be required
Music Major - addition of F.A. 101 or Music 120 as
requirement in the first two years
Honours Degree requirements reduced from 84 to 81 units
Education 490 - title and description change
Forestry 300 to be accepted as an elective in a B.Ed,
degree programme
Substitution of Education 305 or 307 for Education
404 for lJg units credit
Candidates seeking admission to the One-year
programme for Graduates, replace "Psychology" by
"Guidance (Sociology or Psychology)" Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5165
FACULTY OF EDUCATION (Continued)
Diploma Programmes Change in name: "Diploma in Education of Children
with Behaviour Disorders" - "Behaviour" replaces
"Learning"
"Education of the Deaf" - change in requirements
Education 497 (practicum) now 399
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
The numbering system of all undergraduate and graduate forestry courses
has been revised.
Revision of calendar statements concerning changes in regulations.
New Courses     130 Biometrics and Data Processing (replaces Plant
Science 321 and Computer Science 201)
312 Forest Soils
335 Quality Control Systems in Forest Products
Industry
401 Tissue Repair Mechanisms in Trees
452 Regional Field Studies in Forestry and Forest
Products
459 Analysis of Harvesting Operations
491 Forest and Wildland Recreation
492 Recreation Resources Planning and Development
Changes
Deletions
251 )
307 )
351 )
359 ) changes in course, title and/or description
363 )
408 )
415 )
Forestry 362 and 372, Commerce 357, 321 and 458
PI. Sc. 321, Comp. Sc 201, Ec 200
Changes in First, Second, Third and Fourth year Curriculum.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Chemical Engineering
New Course      573 Less Common Separation Methods
Changes
557 description change
598 change in unit value and description k
Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5166
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Continued)
I
Civil Engineering
C.E.
C.E.
C.E.
New Courses
582
583
592
Changes
C.E.
C.E.
C.E.
546
590
574
Mechanical
Engineering
New Courses
Changes
Deletion
Structure of Hardened Cement Paste
Experimental Cement Technology
Topics in Photogrammetry
now C.E. 546 and C.E. 547
and C.E. 591 - now C.E. 590
change in unit value
559 Applied Elasticity
561 Advanced Linear Elasticity
588 Aerodynamic Noise
558 change in unit value
564 change in description
570 change in description
587 change in title, unit value and description
575 change in title
561
Asian Studies
New Courses
Changes
)
541 Research Methods and Source Materials in Indie
Studies
543 Topics in the History and Structure of Indian
Languages
546 Topics in Indian Literatures
699 Ph.D. Thesis in Chinese or Japanese Studies
(formerly 649)
501 (formerly 517)
503 (formerly 508)
508 (formerly 512)
513 (formerly 510)
521 (formerly 506)
523 (formerly 505)
528 (formerly 513)
533 (formerly 511)
553 (formerly 515)
561 (formerly 509)
599 (formerly 549)
I Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5167
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Continued)
Classics (Greek)
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
Latin
New Courses
Changes
Deletions
Geography
New Course
Slavonic Studies
New Courses
Theatre
New Courses
530 Studies in Greek Archaeology
540 Seminar in Greek Palaeography
521 title change
525 title change
535 title change
545 title change
522, 523, 524, 536
525 Seminar in Latin Literature
540 Seminar in Latin Palaeography
545 Seminar in Latin Epigraphy
521 title change
530 title change
535 title change
522, 523, 531
572 Spatial Interaction
Russian 503 Russian Linguistics Phonemics
Russian 504 Russian Linguistics Morphophonemics
Russian 505 Russian Linguistics Lexicology
Russian 506 Russian Linguistics Syntax
530 Seminar - Relationships between Theatre and
other Arts
550 Seminar - Advanced Problems in Design and
Theatre Architecture
Education
New Courses
501
502
503
504
603
Change
540
Deletions
501
Fundamentals of Human Learning and Motivation
Verbal Learning and Instruction
Conceptual Learning and Instruction
Special Topics in Human Learning and
Instruction
Advanced Human Learning and Instruction
540 title and description change Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5168
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Continued)
Computer Science
New Courses
504 Information Retrieval
505 Simulation Methods
507 Information Theory
508 Computer Systems
509 Advanced Programming Language I
527 Coding Theory
529 Advanced Programming Languages II
534 Topics in Information Retrieval
540 Topics in Applied Combinatorial Analysis
501 now 501 and 521
502 now 502 and 522
503 now 503 and 523
532 title change
538 change in number (formerly 534)
530 change in number (formerly 538)
549 change in unit value
Animal Resource Ecology
New Course      500 Resource Science Workshop
Changes
SCHOOL OF NURSING
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programme
Programme revisions.
Diploma Programmes
(i)  Nursing 'E' Programme to be deleted from the 1970-71 Calendar.
(ii) Nursing 'C to be offered in 1970-71 only if a minimum of
fifteen qualified candidates complete applications by May 1,
1970.  Proposed that this programme be terminated after the
1971-72 session.
Changes
Deletions
Summer 1970
202 change in unit value
327 change in description
326 and 336 relating to the 'E' Programme
N. 356 Perspectives in Nursing Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5169
SCHOOL OF REHABILITATION MEDICINE
Course changes and revision of programme for combined course in Physical
and Occupational Therapy.
New Course
Changes
201
Medicine I and Surgery I (formerly 101)
100
change in number - now 200
200
change in number - now 300
300
change in number - now 400
201
change in number - now 301
301
change in number - now 401
103
change in number - now 203
203
change in number - now 303
303
change in number - now 403
Deletions
401 and 403 (old numbers)
102 (to be replaced by a pathology course)
Rehabilitation Therapy
Changes
104
change
in
number -
- now
204
204
change
in
number -
- now
304
304
change
in
number -
- now
404
105
change
in
number -
- now
205
205
change
in
number -
- now
305
305
change
in
number -
- now
405
106
change
in
number -
- now
206
206
change
in
number -
- now
306
306
change
in
number -
- now
406
107
change
in
number -
- now
207
207
change
in
number -
- now
307
307
change
in
number -
- now
407
208
change
in
number -
- now
308
308
change
in
number -
- now
408
309
change
in
number -
- now
409
308
(formerly 208) change :
Ln unit value
408
(formerly
308) change :
Ln unit value
Deletions
404, 406 and 408
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Astronomy
Changes in the requirements for the combined honours in astronomy and
physics programme, and in the majors astronomy programme.
Biochemistry
New Course
412 Biochemistry Conferences Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5170
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (Continued)
Biology
New Courses
302 Microscopy and Histology
405 Marine Ecology
335 Fundamental Genetics
Programme revisions to Third and Fourth years of Biology programme
Botany
Change
Chemistry
New Courses
Computer Science
New Courses
(1970-71)
New Courses
(1971-72)
Deletion
304 to be split into 2 new courses:-
306 Structure and Evolution of the Bryophyta
307 Structure and Evolution of Ferns and Fern
Allies
405 Biophysical Chemistry
406 Polymer Chemistry
311 Programming Languages
402 Numerical Computation II
404 Introduction to Information Retrieval
405 Simulation and Optimization
411 Compiler Design
421 Introduction to Formal Systems
422 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
302 Numerical Computation I
448 Directed Studies in Computer Science
300
Undergraduate Degree Programmes Major and Honours
Geology
New Courses
206 Sedimentology
402 Stratigraphy of the Western Cordillera
403 Petrology of Chemical and Bioclastic Rocks
405 Topics in General Geology
306 to be split into 2 new courses:-
203 Principles of Palaeontology
414 Stratigraphic Palaeontology
204 change in number - now 304
Changes in requirements due to Mathematics change and to new Geology
courses.
Changes Wednesday, December 10, 1969
5171
FACULTY OF SCIENCE (Continued)
Geophysics
Changes
301 )
402 ) changes in course descriptions and/or
404 ) prerequisites
514 )
Mathematics
Mathematics 307 to be presented as a May-July, 1970 extra-sessional
evening course.
Microbiology
New Course
Changes
448 Directed Research
416 split into 2 courses:-
417 Principles of Applied Microbiology
418 Industrial Microbiology
509 description change
Proposed Fourth year programme for Major students in Microbiology
Physics
Proposed change in First Year Physics courses.
New Courses     105 Elementary Physics
*120 Wave Motion, Mechanics and Electricity
*125 Matter and Mechanics
330 Elements of Physics
Changes
Deletion
Physiology
New Courses
Deletions
Zoology
Change
326 description change
409 description change
319 change in hours
130
303 Laboratory in Human Physiology
430 Advanced Laboratory in Physiology
431, 432, 433 and 434
418 description change
Proposed new regulations for the General B.Sc programme.
Physics 120 should be 115
*Physics 125 should be 120

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