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 5346
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
The fourth regular meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the session 1970-71 was held on Wednesday, December 16, 1970
at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present: President W. H. Gage (Chairman), Dr. A. E. Aho, Deputy
President W. M. Armstrong, Mr. S. Black, Rev. J. Blewett, Mr. C. B,
Bourne, Mrs. A. Brearley, Mr. D. M. Brousson, Dr. D. G. Brown, Dr. T. H.
Brown, Mr. F. J. Cairnie, Mr. J. J. Campbell, Dr. S. D. Cavers, Dr. J. D.
Chapman, Dr. D. H. Chitty, Dr. R. M. Clark, Dean I. McTaggart Cowan,
Dr. B. A. Dunell, Dr. C W. J. Eliot, Dean W. D. Finn, The Hon. E. D.
Fulton, Dean J. A. F. Gardner, Dr. W. C Gibson, Mr. G. H. D. Hobbs,
Dr. S, Israels, Dean D. T. Kenny, Dr. W. D. Kitts, Mrs. W. T. Lane,
Mrs. J. MacD. Lecky, Mr. G. A. Letcher, Dr. P. A. Lusztig, Miss E. K.
McCann, Dr. A. J. McClean, Dean J. F. McCreary, Mr. J. A. McEwen,
Dr. M. F. McGregor, Mr. J. R. Meredith, Mr. D. F. Miller, Dr. J. R.
Mitchell, Dr. B. N. Moyls, Dr. J. M. Norris, Mr. E. O'Brien, Dean V. J.
Okulitch, Mr. R. F. Osborne, Dr. P. H. Pearse, Dean B. E. Riedel, Dr. G.
Rosenbluth, Mr. R. S. Sandhu, Dean N. V. Scarfe, Dean M. Shaw,
Dr. J. H. G. Smith, Mr. A. M. Smolensky, Dr. J. K. Stager, Mr. B.
Stuart-Stubbs, Dr. G. M. Volkoff, Dr. H. V, Warren, Dr. W. A. Webber,
Dr. B. L. White, Dean P. H. White, Mr. A. P. York, Dr. W. D. Young.
Observers: Mr. J. A. Banham, Mr. J. P. Blaney, Mr. T. A. Myers.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from:
Chancellor A. M. McGavin, Mr. C. J. Connaghan, Mr. I. F. Greenwood,
Mr. J. Guthrie, Dr. D. F. Hardwick, Mr. D. S. M. Huberman, Dr. J. M.
Kennedy, Mr. S. S. Lefeaux, Mr. K. R. Martin, Mr. J. V. Rogers, Dr. I.
Ross, Dr. R. F. Sharp, Mr. K. Waldman.
The Chairman mentioned that he had received a number of enquiries
concerning the apparent discontinuance of the summary of Senate proceedings.  Since many members of Faculty had indicated they found the
summary useful he advised Senate that he had asked the Information
Office to continue to produce the summary for distribution at least for
the next few meetings of Senate, after which Senate would review the
situation.  It was explained that the cost of this publication was high. 5347
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Dean Scarfe ) That the minutes  of thz third re.gular
Mr. Fulton  ) mzzting of  Senate for thz session 1970-71
having bzzn circulated,  bz takzn as rzad
and adoptzd.
Carried
Business arising from the Minutes
A request was made for information on the number of students who
voted in the recent elections for student membership on Senate.  It was
agreed that this information would be made available at the next Senate
meeting.
The Chairman informed Senate that as requested he had now appointed
members to a committee on evaluation of undergraduate student performance,
grading and marking systems, etc., with Dr. Clark as Chairman.
Centre for Continuing Education
The Chairman reminded Senate that some time ago he had been asked
to appoint a President's Co-ordinating, Committee on Continuing Education.
He stated that Senate and Faculty members had now been appointed to serve
on this committee.
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate recommendations, subject, where
applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of
the President; and that the Deans and Department Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any,
of such new programmes.
(i)  Subject to a review of the draft Act by President W. H. Gage and
the University solicitor, the new Ecumenical Theological Centre
be affiliated with The University of British Columbia.  (Page 5327-9) 5348
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
From the Board of Governors
Notification of approval of Senate recommendations, subject, where
applicable, to the proviso that none of the programmes be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of
the President; and that the Deans and Department Heads concerned with
new programmes be asked to indicate the space requirements, if any,
of such new programmes.  (Continued)
(ii)  Changes in Agricultural Mechanics 300, 301 and 415, as
recommended by the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.  (Page 5330)
(iii) New course descriptions as recommended by the Faculty of
Dentistry.  (Page 5322)
(iv)  Medical Microbiology 447, as recommended by the Faculty of
Medicine.  (Page 5323)
(v)   New courses and course changes as recommended by the Faculty
of Graduate Studies in Nursing, Community & Regional Planning,
and Pharmaceutical Sciences.  (Page 5322-3)
(vi)  Establishment of a Department of Anaesthesiology as recommended
by the Faculty of Medicine.  (Page 5331)
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Scarfe ) That thz new ai'Jards listzd in Appzndix 'A'
Dr. Norris  ) be acczptzd subject to thz approval of thz
Board of Govzmors,  and that letters of
tianks  be sent to tie donors.
Carried
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Dr. Chitty introduced the report which was intended to clarify the
requirements for admission of applicants from other provinces. The
report proposed no change in current admission procedures except to
revise the policy with respect to students from Ontario. 5349
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee (Continued)
The Secretary outlined the changes that had taken place over the
past few years in the secondary school systems in the other provinces
and the revisions in university admissions policy that were necessary
to accommodate them.  It was noted that the terms"junior" and "senior"
in reference to "matriculation" were no longer relevant. With the
abandonment of formal high school leaving examinations under governmental control in provinces such as Ontario and Manitoba, and in
particular the freeing of Ontario secondary schools from a standard
curriculum, it was unrealistic to continue giving university degree
credit for studies taken in secondary school. The report recommended
a policy with respect to Quebec students that was consonant with that
of McGill University.
The fact that out-of-province applicants, except to Graduate Studies
are subject to an application fee and that, moreover, they are not as
freely admissible as students from this province, led to an adverse
criticism of admissions policy as being discriminatory.  It was
pointed out that the policy in these matters was not significantly
different from that of other public universities.
Mr. Cairnie  ) That thz Statzmznt as  proposzd bz approvzd.
Dr. McGregor )
The opinion was expressed that consideration of the proposal should
be delayed pending an analysis of the enrolment of students from other
provinces.
Mr. Smolensky ) That the motion bz tablzd.
Mr. Fulton    ) Lost 5350
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee (Continued)
Concern was expressed as to the implications in an explanatory
paragraph of the report that referred to conditions affecting the
acceptability of out-of-province applicants.
In amendment:
Dr. Clark   ) That thz pznulXimatz paragraph of thz rzport
Mr. Smolensky ) be rzhzrrzd back to thz committzz.
Lost
The motion was put and carried.
It was agreed that modifications in the wording of the statement
of policy were necessary. The following statement with explanatory
note has incorporated the suggestions of various members of Senate:
Applicants from other Canadian provinces
The minimum academic qualification for admission is matriculation
in a public university (i.e. eligibility for admission to a public
university) in the applicant's own province, provided that the subject-
matter presented and the standing obtained meet the requirements of
The University of British Columbia, and:
(a) no university degree credit will be granted for studies
completed in secondary school, but where studies have
been taken beyond the usual secondary school level advance
placement will be considered (i.e. consideration will be
given to permit the starting of university studies at a
higher level than usual);
(b) applicants from Newfoundland where Grade 11 represents
the end of secondary schooling will require successful
completion of at least First Year at Memorial University
or the equivalent before consideration can be given to
their transfer to The University of British Columbia; 5351
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Admissions Committee
Applicants from other Canadian provinces (Continued)
(c)  applicants from the Province of Quebec will normally be
expected to hold le diplome d'etudes collegiales (D.E.C.),
having completed the two-year academic course of studies
at a college d'enseignement general et professionnel
(CEGEP) and, upon acceptance would in general be given
advance credit for the equivalent of one year of university
studies; applicants could be considered for admission to
the First Year following completion of Grade 12. or two
semesters of a CEGEP.
Note:  The University of British Columbia, under present conditions,
is not able to accept all qualified applicants. Applicants
must give their reasons for seeking admission to this
University.  Applicants seeking admission to Faculties
offering professional studies are normally expected to have
completed in full the pre-professional requirements at
another institution.
Curriculum Committee
Dr. Norris presented the report of the Senate Curriculum Committee.
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
In the report circulated to Senate the committee had recommended
postponement of approval of Agricultural Economics 258 pending
further consultation with the Department of Economics. Dr. Norris
stated that discussions had taken place after the report had been
published and approval was recommended.
Dr. Norris ) That  new courses, Agricultural  Economic* 101
Dean Shaw  ) and 15%,  rzcommzndzd by thz Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and outlined in Appendix
'B' pagz 5344, bz approvzd.
Carried
Dr. Norris ) That course revisions in Agricultural Economics
Dean Shaw  ) outlinzd in Appzndix  'B'  pagz 5344, and calendar
revisions, rzcommzndzd by the Faculty of Agricultural. Sciences bz approvzd.
Carried 5352
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (Continued)
Dr. Norris    )      That course revisions in Plant Scizncz,
Dean Shaw     )      rzcommzndzd by thz FaculXy of Agricultural
Sciences and outlined in Appendix 'B'  page
5344, bz approvzd.
Carried
Faculty of Arts
Dr. Norris )  That thz new courses and course changes in
Dean Kenny ) Crzativz Writing,  French, Portuguese and
Thzatrz, rzcommzndzd by thz Faculty of Arts
and outlined in Appzndix  'B'  pagz 5345,  bz
approvzd.
Carried
School of Physical Education and Recreation
Dr. Norris  ) That thz new courses and course changes
Mr. Osborne ) rzcommzndzd by the School of Physical
Education and Recreation and outlined in
Appzndix  'B'  pagz 5345,  bz approvzd.
Carried
Nominating Committee
Student Membership on Senate Committees
Dr. Volkoff reported the following recommendations of the committee:-
Academic Building Needs - R. W. Jacobs; J. A. McEwan
Admissions - R. W.  Jacobs;  E.   O'Brien
Agenda Committee - J. Davies; A. M. Smolensky
Appeals on Academic Standing - K. Waldman; A. P. York
Curriculum Committee - K, Waldman; J. J. Campbell
New Programmes - G. A. Letcher; R. S. Sandhu 5353
Wednesday, December 16,  1970
Reports of Committees of Senate
Nominating Committee
Student Membership on Senate Committees (Continued)
Nominating Committee - A. M. Smolensky
Tributes Committee - S. E. Garrod
University Library - Miss D. Allen; J. J. Campbell
Degree Programmes for part-time students - K. Waldman; Miss D. Allen
Native Indians - Proposed Introductory Programme - A. P. York;
R. S. Sandhu;
S. E. Garrod
5-Year Review Procedures of Faculties and Departments - E. O'Brien
Sociological Study on U.B.C. Students - R. W. Jacobs; Miss D. Allen;
G. A. Letcher
Standards for Physical, Financial & Academic Resources - E. O'Brien
Dr. Volkoff ) That Sznatz approvz thz rzcommzndations
Dr. Chapman ) of thz Nominating Committee.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculties
Dean Scarfe      )  That the proposals of the FaculXizs  of
Dr. Mitchell    ) Agricultural Sciences, Applied Science,
Arts, Commerce, and Business Administration,
Education,  Forestry, Graduate Studies,
Science, and thz School of Nursing, outlined
in Appzndix 'B',  be rzfzrrzd to thz Sznatz
Curriculum Committee.
Carried
The Chairman of the Senate Curriculum Committee reminded Senate
that members who had queries on submissions from the Faculties and
Schools referred to the Curriculum Committee should submit their
comments to him within ten days of a Senate meeting. 5354
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Proposals of the Faculties (Continued)
Dean Scarfe ) That the zxtznsion credit course proposals
Dean Kenny  ) rzcommzndzd by the Faculties of Arts,
Education and Science, and outlined in
Appendix 'C, bz approvzd.
Following a brief discussion the motion was put and carried.
Mr. Bourne   ) That txz proposal hor a Physical Geography
Dean okulitch ) Programme leading to a B.Sc. dzgrzz
rzcommzndzd by thz Faculty of Scizncz be
refzrrzd to tie. New Programmes Committzz.
Carried
Academic Year 19 71-72
The Registrar stated that this was the usual notice of events which
appear in the Calendar each academic year with a suggestion that the
mid-term break in February should be at  the beginning rather than at the
end of a week.  This suggestion had been made as a result of strong
criticism by some faculty members that interference with the offerings
of sectioned laboratories was greater with the end-of-week cancellation
of classes.
It was argued that this arrangement would work to the disadvantage
of Education students.
Dean Scarfe ) That thz change in the mid-tzrm brzak  hrom
Mr. York    ) thz bzginning to thz znd oh thz wzzk not
bz approvzd.
Following a brief debate it was agreed that the President should
discuss this with the Deans of the Faculties concerned and arrive at
a decision.
Reference was made to the date given for the last day for changes
in courses. It was suggested that students could not adequately make
up their minds within the two weeks allowed. 5355
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Academic Year 1971-72 (Continued)
It was pointed out that many changes, for good reasons, are
permitted after the deadline.  It was argued, however, that many students
were not aware that changes could be made after the announced date and
therefore the wording should indicate the flexibility that in fact exists,
In amendment:
Dr.  Clark    )       That thz last day {or changes in courses
Dr.  Brown   )       in most Faculties, except in exceptional
circumstances with thz pe.rmission of a
Faculty advisor,  bz Friday, Szptzmbzr 14,
1971.
Following  further discussion  it was  agreed that  the matter should
be  referred  to a small  committee to be  chosen bv  the Chairman of  Senate.
Report on Registration  1970-71
The Registrar presented the report on Registration for 1970-71.
He stated that this was the first time the University had imposed a
limit  on  freshman enrolment.     The  limit  set was  "approximately  3,400"
and the number enrolled as  of December 1 was  3,399.
Last year's  enrolment  at  the  freshman  level was  3,962.     It was
explained that it appeared that there was a reduction of 563 but,
because the First Year students who had  completed  a partial year  in
the 1969-70 session were all promoted to the Second Year,   the actual
decrease was  approximately  400.     The opening of Douglas  College  in
September of  this year reduced the demand for places in the University
First Year. 5356
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Senate Membership
(i) Members appointed by the Lt. Governor in Council:-
Mr.   C.  J.   Connaghan
Mr.   G.  H.  D.  Hobbs
(ii)  Dr.   B.  A.  Dunell, Department of Chemistry to replace
Dr.  R.  A,  Restrepo who is  on leave-of-absence until
June 30,   1971.
The Chairman welcomed Mr.  Hobbs  and Dr.  Dunell to Senate.     A letter
of  regret had been received from Mr.   Connaghan for his inability to
attend the meeting.
Proposals  of Senate Members
A notice of motion had been  given at  the November  18,  1970 meeting
of Senate by Mr.  Smolensky.
Mr.   Smolensky stated that he wished to draw Senate's  attention to
the lack of Canadian content and courses dealing with Canada.    He stated
that while  some departments published a detailed,  description of  their
offerings no comprehensive list of  courses had been compiled.    He felt
that an assessment  should be made  of what was  offered  in the way of
studies about Canada,  British Columbia and the Vancouver area.    Once
answers   to  these questions had been obtained Senate  could  consider in
an informed light whether more emphasis might be put on these areas and
on what one  could call "the Canadian scene".
Mr.  Smolensky    ) That thz Sznatz instruct thz Academic
Mr. Letcher       )  Planner to undzrXakz a survzy of all
courses in all ho-culXizs in ordzr to
dztzrminz which of these have significant rzlzvancz to zithzr French or
English Canada,  bz it in thz social,
political, economic, historic, legal,
or scizntihic hields,    Furtier, that
he rzporX back to Sznatz as soon as
possiblz thz number and a description
oh each oh these courses. 5357
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Proposals of Senate Members (Continued)
A lengthy debate followed during which it was agreed that the motion
be amended by the deletion of the words "be it in the social, political
economic, historic, legal, or scientific fields".
In amendment:
Dr. Clark   ) That thz words "instruct tiz Academic
Mr. Campbell ) Planner to undzrtakz a survzy" bz rzplaczd
by "that thz Sznatz rzquzst the President
to have a survzy undzrXakzn".
Some members felt that there was an implicit assumption that Senate
was in favour of emphasizing Canadian studies and that if this was the
policy such an elaborate study would not contribute much to it.
The amendment to the motion was put and carried.
The motion as amended was lost.
Mr. Cairnie stated that Senate should go on record as advocating a
greater degree of Canadian content in courses offered in the University,
and gave notice of the following motion:
"As a matter of general practice in the preparation and
delineation of course content and in the presentation of
course materials, Faculty members will attempt to include
in their courses as much Canadian content, examples,
illustrative material and references as possible." 5358
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Recommendations from the Long-Range Objectives Committee Report
(i)   Recommendation 14
That the counselling service of the Office of Student Services
be closely co-ordinated with counselling activities of the
faculty, if necessary, under the same administrative authority;
and that the Deans of the various faculties ensure that their
respective faculty advisors are well informed of the subject
matter and overall implications of their advice to students.
(ii)  Recommendation 16
That faculties should come to grips with the question of student
membership on curriculum committees, and devise clear, coherent
faculty policies.
(iii)  Recommendation 17
That departments, schools or faculties should provide for
professionally designed questionnaires to be distributed
annually to all graduate and undergraduate students for the
purpose of securing regular and assessable expressions of
student opinion concerning curriculum.  Such questionnaires
should include inquiries about proposals for change and
improvement, as well as opinions about existing programmes.
Dr. Norris said that the Committee suggested that Recommendation 14
be dealt with by requesting the respective counselling services to study
the possibility of improving their co-ordination, and that Recommendations 16 and 17 be referred to the Faculties for their consideration.
The Chairman stated that he had had discussions with the Vice-
President of the A.M.S. regarding Recommendation 17 which was closely
related to activities that are currently being undertaken bv a committee
of the Student Council.
Dr. Norris ) That thz Chairman of Sznatz refer these
Dr. Warren )  Aecommendotioni to those conczrnzd and
report back to Sznatz. 5359
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Recommendations from the Long-Range Objectives Committee Report (Continued)
In connection with questionnaires related to course and instruction
evaluation that had been distributed by the A.M.S. at the end of the
first term it was suggested that the arrangements left much to be desired.
The Chairman reported that he had suggested to members of the Student
Council that Council members concerned should meet with each of the Deans
and himself to discuss this matter further.
The question was raised as to the means of implementing the
suggestion related to Recommendation 14. It was agreed that this
matter should be discussed with those concerned.
The motion was put and carried.
Other Business
Dean McCreary informed Senate that the Faculty of Medicine proposed
to establish a Department of Radiology and requested that this be
referred to the New Programmes Committee in order that it might be
placed on the Agenda for the January 1971 meeting of Senate. Senate
agreed to this request.
Dr. Cavers argued that since students apparently interpret
literally Calendar regulations that there should be a statement in
the Calendar to the effect that a student may petition for a change
in the regulations as they affect his studies.
The Chairman stated that any comments could be made at the next
meeting. 5360
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Other Business (Continued)
Concern was expressed at the possibility of fraternity property
being sold for the purpose of building a motel or hotel immediately
adjacent to the campus. The Chairman explained that the land did not
belong to the University but gave his assurance that a committee had
been set up to endeavour to see that the University's interests were
protected.
Dr. Young expressed concern at problems that are occasioned by
"faculty rank" and suggested that its purpose be discussed. The Chairman
said that he would provide an opportunity for Dr. Young to discuss the
matter with an appropriate group of those concerned.
Mr. Osborne stated that the lease for the golf course on the
University Endowment Lands had now expired. He felt that the University
should request that the land be turned over to the University and that
any proposed commercial or residential development should be opposed.
The Chairman stated that although the University had no control over
the allocation of the Endowment Lands concern would be expressed to
those involved.
Mr. Brousson expressed concern regarding a recent article in the
U.B.C. Reports concerning the Master Teacher Award. The Chairman stated
that many steps were being taken to improve the quality of teaching,
the Master Teacher Award being only one. 5361
Wednesday, December 16,  1970
The meeting adjourned at  10.45 p.m.
The next meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, January 20,
1971.
(       / Secretary
Con£SLex^ (&~y~~
Chairman Ay 5362
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate
The Dr. Paul Alexander Donaldson Scholarship
Established in memory of Dr. Paul Donaldson, a member of the Class
of 1969, who died during his last year of medical school but,
because of previous high achievement, was awarded a post humous
degree. As a tribute to his accomplishment and personal dedication,
this scholarship has been donated by classmates, friends, and family.
It will be awarded to a graduating student who, in the opinion of
the faculty, has shown outstanding academic achievement and personal
qualities over hi3 years in Medical School.
Charles E. Frosst Medical Scholarship
A scholarship of  $500 will be awarded annually to the third year
student who,   in the opinion of the awards committee, has shown
most promise in the field of  therapeutics.    A suitably inscribed
bronze medal will also be presented to each year's winner.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia Desmond
O'Brien Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship of $600 has been established as a memorial to the
late Desmond O'Brien, F.C.A. by the Institute as a tribute to his
contribution to the accounting profession in British Columbia and
in Canada. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Faculty to a student enrolled in the Licentiate of Accounting
programme who has high academic standing and is deserving of
financial assistance. At the discretion of the Faculty this sum
may be divided between two or more students. 5363
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
APPENDIX 'A'
New Awards Recommended to Senate (Continued)
The Sydney Elizabeth Price Memorial Bursary
As a memorial to their daughter, Sydney Elizabeth Price, a student
at U.B.C. from 1968 to 1970 in the Faculty of Arts, a bursary has
been established by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price of Calgary,
Alberta.  In the amount of approximately $250 annually, this bursary
will be awarded annually to a women student in the Faculty of Arts
who needs financial assistance and is entering the Third Year, and
is taking a major or honours course in Political Science. 5364
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Changes referred to Senate Curriculum Committee
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
Animal Science
Changes        402 same course as Poultry Science 402
322 change in description - to read as Poultry
Science 322
420 delete prerequisite Chemistry 230
Poultry Science
Changes       306 delete prerequisite Chemistry 230
406  change in description, unit value, and
number - now 402
Soil Science
Change        414 revised prerequisites - Soil Science 413
or consent of instructor
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Second, Third and Fourth Year Applied Science
Agricultural Engineering
Delete        Ap.Sc. 257; Physics 250; Mathematics 350
Second Year    Add - Ap.Sc. 251; Physics 253
Third Year    Add - Microbiology 417; Microbiology 418
Chemical Engineering
New Course     475 Process Control
Changes       250 revised title and description
350 revised title and description
Second Year    Delete - Ap.Sc. 257; Add - Ap.Sc. 251
Third Year     Add - Min. 373 5365
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE (Continued)
Civil Engineering
New Courses
352
Introduction to Geodesy
353
373
457
459
Elementary Photogrammetry
Elementary Design I
Plane Coordinate and Integrated Surveys
Strength of Materials III
462
463
Conceptual Design
Elementary Design II
464
465
473
474
Hydraulic Engineering
Water Quality Studies
Foundation Engineering IT
Mechanics of Materials
490
Construction Engineering
Changes
355
hours reduced
365
change in number and title
370
hours changed
451
revised title and description
452
revised title and description
453
revised title and description
454
revised title and description
468
change In hours
470
revised description
472
revised title and description
475
number change from 517
478
number change from 550
355
to be offered in first term
365
to be offered in second term
Second Year
Add
- Physics 253; Ap.Sc. 251
Third Year
Add
- Mathematics 357
Third & Fourth
Delete - Mathematics 350; Physics 250
Years
468
change in hours
Electrical Engineer!
n£
New Courses
Ap.S
c.
251
Electrical Circuit Analysis
E.E.
354
Electrical Engineering Problems
364
Electronic Instruments
365
366
370
Applied Electronics
Electronics Theory and Applications
Electrical Machines and Power Transmission 5366
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Electrical Engineering (Continued)
Changes        352 change in hours
353 change in title, description and hours
357 change in title and description
361 change in title, description and hours
463 revised title
469 revised description
471 revised title, description and hours
475 revised description
477 revised description
Deletions      Ap.Sc. 257
E.E. 351
363
465
Second Year
Third Year
(Core)
(Option I)
(Option II)
Fourth Year
Add  Mathematics 350
Delete Mathematics 364
Add Mathematics 251
E.E. 354
Elective
Delete E.E. 359
M.E. 492
Delete Mathematics 350
Delete Mathematics 364
Compulsory - Option I - change heading to
Option I
Add 3 Compatible Electives
Compulsory Option IT. - change heading to
Option II
Delete entire section beginning:
Electives - Option I and Option II
Engineering Physics
New Course     Physics 355 Basic Quantum Physics
Changes
Delete
Physics 453 revised title and description
Physics 454 revised title and description
Physics 472 5367
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Engineering Physics  (Continued)
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
Add Computer Science 210 may be taken as an
alternative to Computer Science 251
Add Physics 355
Mathematics 350
Computer Science 302
Delete Mathematics 364
Physics 352
Physics 353
Physics 354
Alternative Course - Interim for 1971-72 only:
Replace Physics 452 by Physics 452 or both of
Physics 453 and 454 (for those
students who did Phvsics 353 in
Third Year)
Delete Physics 472
Geological Engineering
Curriculum changes - Split Option I into three parts in 4th
Year:-
(a) Mining; (b) Petroleum, Coal; (c) General
Mathematics
Delete
364
Mechanical Engineering
New Course     385 Fluid Mechanics
Changes
Second Year
Third Year
384 revised description
391 revised description
Add Ap.Sc. 251
Delete Physics 250
Add Mathematics 450
Delete Mathematics 350 5368
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE
Mechanical Engineering (Continued)
Fourth Year
Revised description of "Approved Elective in
Fourth Year"
'As an elective, a suitable undergraduate or
graduate course outside of the Department or
graduate course in the Department may be chosen,
subject to the approval of the Department.'
Metallurgy
New Courses
Changes
Second Year
Third Year
Fourth Year
461    Nuclear Metallurgy
495    Tutorial  (no academic credit)
350    revised hours
478    number changed from 358
Add - Ap.Sc. 251; Delete - Physics 250
Delete - Met. 378
Add - Met. 478
Mineral Engineering
New Course     360 Elements of Mineral Engineering
Changes       370 revised title, description and hours
371 revised title and contents
372 change in hours
373 number change from 271
451 number change from 352
457 change in hours
472 revised content and hours
Physics
New Course
Change
253 Introduction to Solid State Physics
250 revised description and hours 5369
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology & Sociology
New Courses    Sociology 460 (3)  Sociology of special
geographical areas
Sociology 480 (1*2-3) Methods and Techniques in
Sociological Research
Change
Delete
Anthropology 418 change in title and description
Sociology 355
Asian Studies
New Courses
Changes
Chinese 201 (3)  Intensive Modern Chinese
Indie Languages  300   (3)
Indie Languages  400   (3)
Introductory Hindi
Intermediate Hindi
Asian Studies 105 change in number from 205
Asian Studies 115 change in number from 215
Chinese 200 unit value reduced from (6) to (3)
Chinese 301 change in description
Chinese 440  change in description
Japanese 440 change in description
Classics
New Course
436 (3)  Classical Thought
Economics
New Courses
130 (1%)  Introduction to Economic History
140 (1%) An Introduction to Economic Development
(Economics 130 and 140 replace Economics 100)
301 (1^)  Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
301 (1*5)  Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
(Economics 301 and 301 replace Economics 300)
343 (3) Economic Development of Asia
384 (1%) Economic Analysis of Health Services
417 (1%) Welfare Economics
434 (3) Modern European Economic History:
Problems and Methodology
475 (1*5-3) Regional Economics r
5370
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF ARTS
Economics (Continued)
Changes
309 (3)  change in number, unit value and
description (formerly Economics
350 - 2)
435     change in number and unit value, now
Economics 492 (1*5-3)
List of number changes:
New    Old New
»
Delete
Old
New
Old
306
332
361
367
447
458
307
342
365
381
455
452
319
303
374
385
456
462
325
304
378
333
460
457
326
305
388
313
461
467
327
354
406
432
465
481
328
364
407
442
466
491
334
320
420
415
470
409
336
321
429
454
480
484
345
308
438
480
490
401
350
310
439
490
495
441
355
352
440
412
499
449
360
357
100, 201, 300, 460
Fine Arts
New Courses
171 (3)  Introduction to the Visual Arts
261 (3) History of the Art of the Americas
331 (1*5-3) Early Christian and Byzantine Art
347 (1*5-3) 19th and 20th Century Architecture
351 (1*5-3) Chinese Art
353  (1*5-3)  Japanese Art
355 (1*5-3) Art of India
359 (1*5-3) Art of Southeast Asia
393 (3)   History of the Film (Cross listing
of Theatre 330)
395 (3)   Film Aesthetics and Criticism
429 (1*5-3) Studies in the Art of Greece and Rome
(to be listed jointly as Classical
Studies 429)
431 (1*5-3) Seminar in Early Christian and
Byzantine Art
433 (1*5-3) Seminar in Medieval Art
435 (1*5-3) Seminar in 15th and 16th Century Art
437 (1*5-3) Seminar in 17th and 18th Century Art
439 (1*5-3) Seminar in 19th and 20th Century Art FACULTY OF ARTS
Fine Arts
5371
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
New Courses  (Continued)
459 (1*5-3)
461 (1*5-3)
465 (1*5-3)
49 7 (3-6)
Seminar in the Art of Southeast Asia
Seminar in the Art of the Americas
Seminar in Canadian and American Art
Direct Study Abroad
Changes
125 change in title
181 change in number and title, formerly 228
251 change in number and title, formerly 326
281 change in number, title and description,
formerly 238
329  change in number and unit value, formerly
330
333  change in number, title, description and
unit value formerly 325
335 change in number, title and unit value,
formerly 430
337 change in number, title, description and
unit value formerly 432
339  change in number, title and unit value,
formerly 425
365 change in number, description and unit
value, formerly 327
375 change in number and title, formerly 439
381  change in number, title and description,
formerly 335
383 change in number and title,
385  change in number and title,
387 change in number and title,
451 change in number, title, description and
unit value, formerly 426
453 change in number, title, description and
unit value, formerly 427
455 change in number, title, description and
unit value, formerly 429
477 change in number and title, formerly 438
481 change in number, title and description,
formerly 435
formerly 328
formerly 434
formerly 428
List of number changes:
331 to 371; 436 to 373; 446 to 471; 431 to 473;
449 to 499 FACULTY OF ARTS
Geography
New Courses
Changes
5372
Wednesday, December 16,  1970
100 Introduction to Geography
200 Human Geography
201 Locatlonal AnaTvsis
310 Atmosphere and Environment
379 Physical Geography Field Course
411 Microclimatology
417 Permafrost and the Arctic and Alpine
Environments
Delete
212
214
311
351
102
change in title and description
change in title and description
change in number, title and description,
formerly 312
change in title and description
History
New Course
Change
308 (3)  Economic History of Europe, 1350-1750
431 change in title and description
Home Economics
New Courses
Change
351 (l*s) Human Physical Growth and Development
400 (1*5)  Contemporary Issues in Home Economics
404 (1*5)  Family Sciences Seminar
476 (1*5) Directed Study in Home Economics
340 change in number to 240
Linguistics
New Course
Change
100 (3)  Introduction to General Linguistics
319  change in description
Music
New Course     325 (3) Fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Music
Change        425 change in title
Delete old 325 5373
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF ARTS
Philosophy
New Courses
Changes
201  (3)     Problems  in Ethics  and Social Philosophy
498-499   (1*5-3)    Directed Reading
200     change in description
414    change in description
Political Science
New Courses
333 (3)  French Canada (Joint listing of course
already offered as French 333 and
Economics 383)
444 (3) Problems in strategy, national security
and arms control
Religious Studies
New Courses
Changes
202 (3)
204 (3)
324 (3)
341 (3)
362 (1*5)
400 (3-6
406 (3)
410 (l*s)
412 (3)
420 (3)
450 (1*5)
451 (1*5)
470 (1*5)
500 (3)
503 (3)
510 (3)
Introduction to the study of Vfestern
religious traditions
Introduction to the study of Eastern
religious traditions
Religion in America
Islamic Art & Architecture
Japanese Buddhism
) Seminar in Phenomenology of Religion
Biblical (Old Testament) Exegesis
Biblical (New Testament) Exegesis
Problems in the study of religion
Religion in Canada
Advaita Vedanta
Hindu Theism
Research methods and bibliography
Reading and research in selected areas
of the religious literature and
traditions of the Western world
Reading and research in texts and
literature of the Christian tradition
Reading and research in selected areas
of the religious texts and traditions
of South and East Asia
100 change
300 change
405 change
311 change
352 change
360 change
361 change
in number, formerly 200
in number, formerly 407
in number, formerly 304
in number and unit value,
in number and unit value,
in number and unit value,
in number and unit value,
formerly 406
formerly 410
formerly 411
formerly 412 5374
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF ARTS
Religious Studies
Changes  (Continued)
421 change in number and unit value, formerly 400
422 change in number and unit value, formerly 401
463 change in number and unit value, formerly 413
310 change in title, number, and unit value,
formerly 405
323 change in number, title and description,
formerly 205
301 change In number, unit value, title and
description
302 change in number, unit value, title and
description (301-302 replace 305)
350 change in number, unit value, title and
description
351 change in number, unit value, title and
description (350-351 replace 300)
411 change in number, unit value, title and
description (formerly 306)
Delete        302, 307, 308, 421 and Hebrew 300
Slavonic Studies
New Course     Russian 480 (6) Advanced workshop in Russian
language
Change        Russian 430 change in title and description
Delete        Slavonic Studies 514; Comparative Philology 420
FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Industrial Relations
Changes       Courses split, and description and title change:
321 - now  320 and  321
324 - now 324 and  325
422 - now 421 and 422 5375
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Elementary Division
New Course
Changes
489 (3) Applied Linguistics for Teachers (to
be offered in lieu of one section
of English 309)
441 to 447 to be removed from list of electives
300, 301, 305 now F.A. 100, F.A. 201 and Ed. 425
Secondary Division
New Courses    493 (1*5)  Introduction to the study of Higher
Education
494 (1*5)  Communications Media Programmes in
Schools - Motion Picture Film and
Television
495 (1*5)  Still Photography Production in
Education
496 (l*s) Motion Picture Production in Education
New Programmes and changes in Programmes
New   Honours, Art Education (Ed. 449 Art
Education)
Delete Guidance Concentration
Changes
200 change in description
481 change in description
482 title and description change
483 title and description change
484 title and description change
F.A. 300 to become F.A. 100
F.A. 301 to become F.A. 201
FACULTY OF FORESTRY
New Courses
125 (1*5)  Forest Resources Use
280 (3)  Harvesting and Manufacture of Forest
Products (to replace Forestry 263
and 380)
345 (1)  Seminar
409 (1*5)  Forest Ecosystem Laboratory FACULTY OF FORESTRY
5376
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
Changes
Delete
111 change in description, unit value and hours
204 change in description
304 change in description, unit value and hours
248 change in unit value
380 change in unit value and hours
499 change in unit value
146 change in hours
English 150, M.E. 154, Forestry 263, Forestry 310
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Agricultural Sciences
Agricultural Engineering
New Courses
Changes
Delete
554 (1*5)  Instrumentation for Biomaterial Research
555 (l*s)  Load Response of Biomaterials (replaces
A.E. 582)
571 (1)  Bio-Machine Systems
572 (l*s)  Soil-Machine Systems
590 (1-2) Waste Treatment in Agricultural and
Food Industries
563 change in title and description
565  change in title and description
582
Food Science
New Courses
508 (1*5)  Biorheology
509 (1)   Food Enzymes
Plant Science
New Course
Changes
504 (3)  Principles, Techniques and Problems
in Applied Plant Ecology
500 change in unit value
501 change in number, now 511
507 change in number, now 513
Poultry Science
New Course
524 (l*s)  Advances in Poultry Nutrition III 5377
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF GRADUATE
STUDIES  (Continued)
Applied Science
Civil Engineering
New Courses
564
569
573
529
540
541
567
568
535
(1)  Engineering Management of Solid Wastes
(1)  Advanced Studies in Waste Treatment
(1) Numerical Methods in Soil Mechanics
Changes
change in description
change in description
change in description
change in description
change in description
change in title and description
Electrical Engi
neering
New Courses
596
598
(1) Optical Signal Processing I
(1)  Optical Signal Processing II
Changes
573
577
595
553
change in description
change in description
change in description
change in unit value and description
Delete
559
and 567
Mechanical Engi
neering
Change        558 change in description
Metallurgy
New Course
558 (2)  Corrosion
Mineral Engineering
New Courses
Changes
554 (1) Mineral Property Evaluation
572 (2) Properties of Interfaces (Combination
of Min. 571 (1) and 572 (1)
573 (1) Treatment of Mineral Industry Effluents
574 (2)  Corrosion (Same as Met. 558)
551 change in description
552 change in description 5378
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (Continued)
Arts
Economics
New Courses
Change
Deletions
610 (1*5) Current Issues in Public Finance
680 (1*5)  The Economics of Federalism
506 change in unit value
507 (replaced by Economics 557 and 567)
510 (replaced by Economics 580 and 590)
Changes in course numbers:
502  formerly 550
503
519
520
521
525
530
540
545
550
551
555  formerly 552
551
556
503
560
515
561
516
565
504
566
520
570
512
590
508
592
580
594
590
599
562
629
557
641
567
645
581
652
591
653
509
654
535
655
536
660
540
661
549
615 formerly 600
604
612
608
680
506
610
652
657
667
French
New Course
Changes
519 (3) The Language and Literature of Old
Provencal (Replacing Romance Studies
519)
503 change in content and title
507 change in title
510 change in title
511 change in title
513 change in title
515 change in title
Geography
New Course
Change
516 (1*5-3) Heat and Water Balance Climatology
504 change in title 5379
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Arts  (Continued)
History
Changes in courses and course titles:
From
570-574
To
570   (3)
571  (3)
572   (3)
573  (3)
574  (3)
From
575-579
To
575   (6)
576   (6)
577  (6)
578  (6)
579   (6)
Mathematics
New Course
528  (3)
Forestry
New Courses
507  (1-
(3) Readings in Asian History
Readings in Comparative Asian History
Readings in Chinese History
Readings in Japanese History
Readings in Southeast Asian History
Readings in South Asian History
(6)  Seminar in Comparative Asian
History
Seminar in Comparative Asian History
Seminar in Chinese History
Seminar in Japanese History
Seminar in Southeast Asian History
Seminar in South Asian History
528 (3) Methods of Applied Mathematics
507 (1-3) Problems in Forest Protection
508 (2)   Forest Insect Ecology
Medicine
Biochemistry
Change
500 (1-6)  to Biochemistry 500 (1) and
Biochemistry 501 (1-3)
Paediatrics
New Courses
Changes
506 (2)  Speech Perception
507 (3) Neurological Aspects of Language
500 change
501 change
502 change
503 change
504 change
505 change
in title
in title
in title
in title
in title
in title
and description
and description
and description
and description
and description
and description 5380
Wednesday,  December 16,   1970
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (Continued)
Science
Geophysics
New Course
Changes
Delete
Astronomy 500 (3) Principles of Modern Astronomy
Astronomy 501 change in description
520 change in title
515 change in course
561 change in course
Astronomy 562
Physics
Change
526 (1) Quantum Theory of Radiation now
Physics 526 (2) Intermediate
Quantum Mechanics
Zoology
Changes
520 change in description
522 change in description
527 change in description
Community & Regional Planning
New course     525 (1*5) Environmental Planning II
SCHOOL OF NURSING
New course
357
Changes
189
252
26 7
280
366
460
463
357 (3)  Perspectives in Nursing
change in description
change in number, unit value and
description, now 253 (3) Human Behaviour
change in description
change in unit value
change in description and unit value
change in unit value
change in title, description and unit
value
Delete
154, 252, 356, 531 5381
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
SCHOOL OF NURSING  (Continued)
Baccalaureate 'A' Programme
First Year     Add Pathology 375
Delete Nursing 154
Second Year    Add Pathology 375 for 1971/72 only
Baccalaureate 'D' Programme
Second Year    Add Nursing 253
Delete Nursing 252 and Nursing 356
Third Year     Add Nursing 357
Revise Nursing 366 (1-3)
Baccalaureate 'A' and 'D' Programmes
Fourth Year
Changes       463 change in description
* 460 change in unit value
Diploma Programmes
Nursing 'C' discontinued
Master of Science in Nursing
First Year    Add Nursing 532
Nursing 521 add prerequisite Nursing 281
Delete Nursing 531
Second Year    Add Nursing 533
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Astronomy
Changes 321 change in number, now 421
331 change in number, now 431
421 change in number, now 500
*Nursing 460 - disregard this change 5382
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Biology
New course for
Summer Session 323 (3)  General Ecology
Changes
311 change in description
321 change in title and description
322 change in title and description
405 change in unit value and description
422 change in number formerly Microbiology 322
Genetics in Marine Biology Option
Biology 334 required of all students in Marine
Biology Option
Bamfield Marine Station
New Courses
Biology 400 (3) Directed Studies
410 (3) Marine Invertebrate Zoology
420 (3) Marine Phycology
430 (3) Marine Ecology
Botany
Changes
303 split into two courses:
308 (1*5) Structure and reproduction of
Fungi and
309 (1*5) Physiology and Ecology of Fungi
402 change in description
440 change in description
435  change in description
Chemistry
New Courses
Change
335 (3)  Inorganic Chemistry for Biological
Sciences
422 (1)  Intermediate Organic Chemistry
Laboratory
423 change  in description 5383
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Computer Science
Changes       200 change in description
400 change in description and prerequisite
302 change in prerequisite
311 change in prerequisite
405 change in prerequisite
421 change in prerequisite
New Programme  Combined Honours in Computer Science and
Mathematics
Geology
New Courses    312 (1) Environmental Geology
359 (l*s) Ore Microscopy for Mineral Engineers
Changes        410  change in description
419 change in description
Summer session
course 1971  385 (3) Investigating the Earth
Geophysics
Change        400 change in unit value, title and description
Change in Geophysics Major Program and Astronomy Major Program
Third year - substitute Mathematics 301 for Mathematics 323
Changes in Geophysics and Physics Combined Honours
Third year - substitute Mathematics 301 for Mathematics 323
Fourth year - substitute Mathematics 300 for Mathematics 423
Changes in Honours Geophysics and Geology Combined
Second year - added Mathematics 120 (1)
Third year - substitute Mathematics 301 for Mathematics 300
Fourth year - substitute Mathematics 300 for Mathematics 410
change Elective to read (3-5)
New Programme  Geophysics Honours 5384
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Mathematics
Changes
300
change
301
change
400
change
413
change
421
change
423
change
424
change
425
change
Microbiology
Changes
307
321
322
323
402
405
408
in title and description
in title and description
in description
in description
in description
in description
in description
in description
change in title
change in unit value, title and description
converted to Biology 422
split into two courses:
324 (1*5)  Bacterial Growth  and Metabolism and
325 (1*5) Introductory Bacterial Genetics
change in description
change in description
delete from description "Prerequisite -
Microbiology 402"
Changes in Majors and Honours Programs:
Third Year     Majors and Honours
Drop Microbiology 322
Add  Microbiology 324
Fourth Year
Maj or
Add Biology 422 (elective) (1*5)
Honours
Add Biology 422 (elective) (1*5)
Microbiology 405 elective rather than required
Requirements for a combined B.Sc. (Honours Microbiology) -
M.D. or D.M.D.
1st, 2nd and 3rd Years as for Honours Microbiology B.Sc.
4th Year - Microbiology 430, 449, Microbiology elective
(3rd or 4th Year), Physiology 400, Anatomy 400 5385
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
FACULTY OF SCIENCE  (Continued)
Physiology
New Course
Change
427 (1%) Advanced Topics in Respiratory
Physiology
421 change in title and description
Zoology
New Courses
310 (1*5) Comparative Biology of Reproduction
348 (1*5 or 3)  Zoology Tutorial 5386
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
APPENDIX 'C'
Extension Credit Courses May-July 19 71
FACULTY OF ARTS
Anthropology
Economics
English
History
Philosophy
Political
Science
Psychology
Sociology
Fine Arts
Correspondence
Psychology
301 Indians of B.C.
400 Readings in Theory
412 Introduction to Anthropological Problems
416 Political Anthropology
200 Principles of Economics
300 Intermediate Economic Analysis
401 Applied Economics
200 Literature and Composition
303 English Composition
340) The English Novel
OR 380) Eighteenth-Century Literature
365 Shakesneare - In-the-Field, London &
Stratford-upon-Avon, England
391) The Romantic Period
OR 392) Victorian Poetry
425 British Drama, 1880 to the Present
454 American Fiction
326 British North America, 1763-1867
329 Social Development of Canada
429 History of the American West
212 Logic and Scientific Reasoning
315 Communist Chinese Government and Politics
In-the-Field, China
200 Experimental Psychology
308 Social Psychology
316 Methods in Research
409 Cognitive Processes
250  Introduction to Quantitative & Formal
Theoretical Sociology
353 Work  and Industry
354 Communities
361 Social Stratification
466  Sociology of Education
430 Art of the Renaissance - In-the-Field,
Florence
200 Experimental Psychology 5387
Wednesday, December 16, 1970
APPENDIX 'C'
Extension Credit Courses May-July 19 71 (Continued)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Human Development
Psychology of Adolescence
Curriculum & Instruction for Young Children
Educational Sociology
Education 331
Education 332
Education 333
Education 470
Education 472/473
Education 475/476
Education 576
Developmental Reading - Theoretical/Practical
- Elementary Grades
Remedial Reading - Theoretical/Practical
Advanced Seminar in the Supervision of
Instruction
Summer Session  1971
Education 440)
Education 449)
Education 479
Special Study in a Subject-matter Field
Supervised Study — Historial and
Geographical Studies, In-the-Field, England
Cross Cultural Education (Native Indians)
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Mathematics 305
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