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 8693.
May  21,   1986
The Eighth Regular Meeting of the Senate of The University of British
Columbia for the Session 1985-86 was held on Wednesday, May 21, 1986 at
8.00 p.m.   in Room  102,   George  F.   Curtis  Building.
Present: President D. W. Strangway (Chairman), Vice-President D. R.
Birch, Ms. P. M. Arthur, Dr. T. M. Ballard, Dean G. S. Beagrie, Mrs. H. M.
Belkin, Mr. N. B. Benson, Ms. M. Branson, Dr. T. H. Brown, Rev. P. C. Burns,
Dean P. T. Burns, Mr. G. D. Burnyeat, Dr. T. S. Cook, Ms. L. M. Copeland,
Ms. H. E. Cowan, Miss A. M. Daszkowski, Ms. C Davidson, Dr. J. D. Dennison,
Dr. D. Donaldson, Dr. J. A. S. Evans, Dr. C. V. Finnegan, Mrs. E. D. Fulton,
Dr. J. Gaskell, Dr. M. A. Goldberg, Mr. G. C. P. Gray, Mrs. C. J. R.
Jillings, Mrs. D. Jones, Dean R. W. Kennedy, Mr. J. Kulich, Dr. D. S.
Lirenman, Dean P. A. Lusztig, Dr. H. J. Matheson, Dr. B. C McBride, Mr. J.
M. McConville, Mr. D. Mclnnes, Acting Dean T. D. McKie, Mr. M. G. McMillan,
Dean A. Meisen, Dean R. C. Miller, Jr., Dr. A. G. Mitchell, Mr. G. Olivotto,
Mr. S. R. Pearce, Mrs. G. E. Plant, Dean J. F. Richards, Dr. D. F.
Robitaille, Dr. E. S. Schwartz, Dr. G. G. E. Scudder, Dr. L. de Sobrino, Dr.
R. A. Spencer, Dr. J. K. Stager, Dr. R. Stewart, Dean P. Suedfeld, Mr. M.
Sugimoto, Dr. R. C Thompson, Dr. J. Vanderstoep, Dean w. A. Webber, Dean R.
M. will, Dr. D. LL. Williams, Mr. J. A. Williamson, Dr. J. L. Wisenthal,
Miss N.  E. Woo,   Mr.  R.  A.  Yaworsky.
Messages of regret for their inability to attend were received from Dr.
C. E. Armerding, Dr. E. G. Auld, Mr. D. W. Barron, Dr. N. R. Bulley, Dr.
A. J. Elder, Dr. J. H. V. Gilbert, Miss T. L. Green, Mr. K. D. Hancock, Dr.
K.   J.   Holsti,   Dr.   J.   P.   Kimmins,   Dean  J.   H.   McNeill,   Dr.   P.   R.   Tennant.
Senate membership
Declaration  of  vacancy     (University Act,   section  35   (6)   )
Mrs.   T.   A.  Killam -  student  representative  of  the  Faculty of  Education
Replacement
Ms.   Marie Branson  replaces Mrs.   Killam
Minutes  of previous meeting
Mr.  Pearce )     That  the minutes  of  the  Seventh  regular
Dean  Meisen )     meeting  of  Senate  for  the  Session  1985-86,
having been circulated,   be  taken as  read
and adopted. 8694.
May  21,   1986
Minutes of previous meeting    (continued)
In response to a query concerning clarification of the wording of the
statement on criteria for Unsatisfactory Standing on page 8657 of the
minutes,   Dr.   Finnegan  confirmed  that  he  had  attended  to  this matter.
The motion was put  and  carried.
Business  arising from the  Minutes
Cor respond ence
The   Secretary  read   to   Senate   the   following   letter   from  the   Chairman  of
the  B.   c.   History Articulation  Committee:
"At a recent meeting of the History Articulation Committee held on April
25, 1986 the members expressed concern with the decision by The
University of British Columbia to limit enrolment from B.C. colleges. I
would like to convey the following motion which was carried at the
meeting: The History Articulation Conmittee requests that the Senate of
The University of British Columbia reconsider its decision to limit
enrolment from B.C. colleges and to delay its implementation until full
consultation has been made with  the B.C.   colleges."
Vice-President   Birch   stated   that   a   number   of   letters   had   been   received
concerning   this   matter.      In   response   to   them   the   President's   Office   had
indicated   to   College   Presidents   an   interest   in   a   meeting   of   University,
College  and   Institute   representatives   to  discuss   issues   of  this   sort.     The
President's    Office's    assessment     of     the     situation,     however,    was    that
U.B.C.'s    placing    of    enrolment     controls    was    an     action    that    was     not
particularly   affected   by   consultation.     Dr.   Birch   stated   that   it   was   an
action   that    had   to   be    taken   and   that   the    implementation   should   not   be
delayed.     However,   he  felt   that  U.B.C.   should   be   sensitive  to   the need   for
discussion and  consultation  in the  future.
From the  Board of Governors
Notification of approval in principle of Senate recommendations - subject,
where applicable, to the proviso that none of the programs be implemented
without formal reference to the President and the formal agreement of the
President; and that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked
to  indicate the  space   requirements,   if  any,   of  such  new programs. 8695.
May 21,   1986
From the Board  of Governors     (continued)
(iii
(iv)
(V)
(vi)
(i) Curriculum  proposals,   with   the   exception   of   proposed   changes   to   the
Fourth Year of the Engineering Physics program, together with
revisions to the Co-operative Education Program Calendar statement,
recommended by the Faculty of Applied  Science.     (pp.8682-3)
(ii)       Course  change   recommended  by the  School  of  Architecture.     (p.8683)
Proposal of the Faculty of Arts to offer a B.Sc. (Dietet.) program,
(pp.8683-4)
Proposal of the Faculty of Graduate Studies to offer a Ph.D. Program
in Urban  Land  Economics.     (pp.8685-6)
Curriculum proposals   recommended  by the  Faculty of  Law.     (p.8687)
Curriculum proposals recommended by the Faculty of Medicine.
(pp.8687-8)
(vii)     Curriculum     proposals      recommended     by     the      Faculty     of      Science,
(pp.8688-92)
(viii)   Proposal   of   the   Faculty   of   Arts   to   restrict   enrolment    as   follows
(pp.8647-9,   pp.8652-6,   p.8657):
a. That an enrolment limitation of 15 00 for new admissions into the
first year of the B.A. program in the 1986-87 Winter Session be
approved, this limit to continue for a further two years, and to be
reviewed annually.
b. That an enrolment limitation of 750 for transfer students from
colleges and other universities into the second and third years
(together) of the B.A. program in the 1986-87 Winter Session be
approved, this limit to continue for a further two years, and to be
reviewed annually. For 1986/87, second year transfers would be
limited to  approximately 450.
c. That the following addition to the current criteria for
Unsatisfactory Standing in the Faculty of Arts be approved for
1987/8 8 and  beyond:
"Fail standing will be assigned in the case of any student taking
more than 6 units, who does not pass in 15 units (or in all units
attempted, whichever is less), AND who does not obtain an overall
average of at least  60%   in at least  60%  of the units  attempted.
(ix) Proposal of the School of Nursing that an admission level of 80 be
established for the first year of the B.S.N, program for 1986/87 and
until  further notice.     (8649-51)
(x) Proposal of the Faculty of Science that an enrolment limitation of
1400 for new admissions into the First Year of the B.Sc. program in
the 1986-87 Winter Session, and subsequent years, be approved; this
limit  to be   reviewed  annually.     (p.8651) 8696.
May 21,   1986
Chairman's  remarks
Dr. Strangway informed Senate that add-on proposals for financial
support from the excellence fund were still being prepared and would be
submitted by May 30 which was the deadline given to the University for that
set of proposals. Proposals for the operating budget had been submitted by
the  deadline   of  April   30.
Candidates for Degrees
Lists of candidates for degrees, as approved by the various Faculties
and Schools, were made available for inspection by Senate members prior to
the meeting.
Dr.   Finnegan       )     That  the candidates  for degrees  and  diplomas,
Mr.  Williamson   )     as  approved  by the  Faculties and  Schools,   be
granted the degree or diploma for which they
were recommended, and that the Registrar, in
consultation with the Deans and the Chairman
of Senate,  make any necessary adjustments.
Carried
Candidates  for  the Diploma  in Adult  Education
Acting-Dean   McKie   informed   Senate   that   students   enrolled   in   the   Diploma
Program   in  Adult   Education,   in  Brazil,   were   due   to graduate   in  August   1986.
In  order   for   students   to   take   part   in   the  graduation   ceremonies   it would   be
necessary   for   Senate   to   approve   a   motion  with   respect   to   the   graduation   of
the students on that program.
Acting Dean McKie  )       That  the candidates  for the  Diploma
Dr.   Cook )       in  Education,  with a  specialization
in  Adult  Education,   offered  in Brazil,
who satisfactorily complete  all   the
requirements  be  granted  the  diploma  in
August   1986.
Carried 8697.
May  21,   1986
Scholarships and  Awards
A   list   of   scholarships,   medals   and   prizes   awarded   to   students   in   the
graduating classes was circulated  for  information.
Reports  of  Committees  of  Senate
Admissions Committee
Faculty of  Commerce  and  Business  Administration  - admission  requirements
The    Admissions     Committee     recommended     approval     of    the     following
proposal:
The   following   text   shall   be   added   to   the   Calendar   under   "Admissions   to
B.Com.  Program     (p.   96,   col.   1   -  1985/86  Calendar):
(6) It should be noted that because of high demand for the
B.Com. program, the minimum standing does not guarantee
admission. In marginal cases emphasis is placed on the
pre-Commerce requirements of English, Economics, and
Mathematics.
Add:
(8) In assessing applicants who have completed more than one
year in other Faculties, emphasis will be placed on
Commerce-related course work. Further details may be
obtained  from the  Commerce Undergraduate  Programs  Office.
Dr.   Finnegan      )    That the proposals  of  the Faculty of
Dean  Lusztig       )     Commerce and Business  Administration
concerning  admission  requirements  be
approved.
Carried
Curriculum Committee  (see Appendix 'B')
Dr. Thompson presented the report.
Faculties of Arts and Graduate Studies
The conmittee recommended approval of curriculum proposals submitted
by the Faculty of Arts, subject to the following:
Under Professional Opportunities - change the second sentence to
read: "Graduates of the Comprehensive Option of the Home Economics
Program." 8698.
May 21, 1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculties of Arts and Graduate Studies  (continued)
Under Comprehensive Option Third and Fourth Years - delete HMEC 310
(1.5) as a required course, due to overlap with FMST 200 which is a
required course in the second year, and increase the electives from 9
units to 10.5 units.
Geography 437 should read Geography 453 and the prerequisite listed
as Geography 337 should read Geography 329
Change paragraph beginning "Students doing the B.Ed. (Secondary)
degree..." to read:
"Students doing the B.Ed. (Secondary) degree will be required to take
an additional 1.5 units of Music elective as part of that program.
This will be a music history, music theory, or composition course."
N.B. Approval of the 4th year of the B.Mus. program is subject to the
subsequent approval of a proposed change in units from (3) to (1-3)
for MUED 401.
The committee also recommended approval of curriculum proposals from
the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  It was noted that the description for
MECH 511 (1.5) Computational Methods in Transport Phenomena II should
read:
"Transport  equations   in  turbulent   flows   associated with  head   and  mass
transfer.      Discretization    schemes.      Treatment    at boundaries.      Flow
chart and program presentation. Examples of application.
Prerequisite:     MECH  510  or  equivalent."
Dr.   Thompson       )     That  the proposals   of   the  Faculties
Mrs.  Jillings     )     of Arts and Graduate  Studies  be  approved.
Carried
Faculty of Education - revised Teacher Education Program
Dr. Thompson informed the Senate of the background leading to the
proposed revisions to the Teacher Education Program. Dr. Thompson
stated that basically the revised proposals require those wishing to
become elementary teachers to spend three years in another Faculty 8699.
May 21,   1986
Reports  of Committees  of  Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education - revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
followed by two years in Education, or they could obtain a degree in
another Faculty first, followed by two years in Education thus taking
six years to qualify for the B.Ed. (Elem.); but the student would end
up qualifying for a teaching certificate and a B.Ed, degree. Those
wishing to become secondary school teachers would require a prior degree
plus 12 months for teacher certification, plus an additional degree
completion segment of 4.5 units for the awarding of the degree. This
proposal received the unanimous support of the Senate Curriculum
Committee.
Dr. Thompson went on to explain that the Admissions Conmittee had
considered the admission requirements contained in the proposal and were
recommending approval subject  to the following:
Under Applicants for the elementary teaching program item b,
Laboratory science courses... replace geography with physical
geography.
Under Selection of candidates delete item 5b which reads: "preference
is  given to well-qualified British  Columbia   residents."
Changes recommended by the Senate Curriculum Conmittee  are as  follows:
Under Applicants for the secondary teaching program item a, replace
second  paragraph with  the following:
"The admission and program requirements for prospective teachers of
Industrial Education are being revised. Applicants should consult
the Teacher  Education  Office."
Under Recommendations for all applicants item a, delete "The above
requirements are the minimum;".
Under Advancement item 3, first sentence, change "completed" to
"passed". 8700.
May  21,   1986
Reports  of Committees  of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of  Education  - revised  Teacher  Education  Program    (continued)
Dr. Thompson stated that the Curriculum Committee had agreed that the
Senate Budget Committee should be invited to review the proposals and to
report to Senate on the Budgetary implications of the proposals from the
Faculty of Education.
Dr.  Thompson )   That  the proposed  revisions  to the
Acting Dean McKie   )   Teacher  Education  Program  recommended
by  the  Faulty of  Education  be  approved,
subject to the provisos noted.
During   the   discussion   that   followed   concern   was  expressed   about   the
discrimination clause under  Selection of  candidates.
Mr.  Burnyeat       )     That discussion  of  items   5  a.  and  c.
Ms.  Arthur )    be postponed.
Carried
In response to a query Dr. McKie stated that the Faculty had been
negotiating with B.C.I.T. in an attempt to have that college take over
the technical content of the industrial education teacher preparation
for the coming year. However, details for the future beyond that year
had not been worked out.
Dr. Scudder, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, stated that his
committee had looked into the costs of the proposed revisions and
concluded that if the Faculty does not receive additional resources it
will have to reduce its intake of students. 8701.
May 21,   1986
Reports  of Committees  of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education - revised  Teacher Education Program    (continued)
In response to a further query concerning the requirement of an
overall average of 65% on a certain number of units for applicants to
both the Elementary and the Secondary Teaching Programs, Dr. McKie
stated that this was similar to requirements in other Faculties and that
it  had  been the practice  in the Faculty of  Education  for many years.
It was stated in the material circulated that in term 1 of year 2 of
the Elementary Teaching Program (Extended Practicum), each candidate
would work closely with a team of experienced teachers who had been
specially prepared for this supervisory and instructional
responsiblity. In response to a query, Dr. McKie stated that there was
a centre for the study of teacher education where the training of these
teachers would  take place.
Dr. McKie responded to a further query by confirming that a special
education component would  be  included  in the  regular B.Ed,  programs.
A query was raised concerning a statement that preference would be
given to applicants who had included within their post-secondary studies
an introductory course on issues in educational theory and practice. It
was felt that it would be fairer to students if such a course were
required rather than recommended.
Concern was expressed that under the new admission requirements for
entry into the Faculty of Education, students intending to go into
Education   could   be   accepted   into   other   Faculties   initially   but   may   not 8702.
May 21, 1986
Reports of Committees of Senate
Curriculum Committee
Faculty of Education - revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
then be able to get into the Faculty of Education as intended.  Another
concern expressed was that teachers from other provinces were getting
jobs in British Columbia because not enough teachers were being educated
here.
Dr. Birch stated that the administration had been assured that there
could be no expectation of additional resources for education and urged
senators to vote on the quality of the proposal rather than on the
notion that U.B.C. ought to be producing more teachers.
The motion was put and carried.
Committee on Student Awards
Dr. Williams   )  That the new awards (listed in Appendix 'A')
Dean Burns    )  be accepted subject to the approval of the
Board of Governors and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of  Commerce and Business Administration
Advisory Council  Chair  in Management  Science
It was stated in the material circulated that a number of individual
members (past and present) of the Advisory Council had contributed to an
endowment to establish a Chair in Management Science. Additional
donations would complete the funding. The objective of the gift was to
support research activities within the Faculty of Commerce and Business
Administration at  The University of British  Columbia. 8703.
May  21,   1986
Proposals of the Faculties
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Advisory Council Chair  in Management  Science     (continued)
Dean Lusztig       )    That the proposal  of the Faculty of
Dr.  Goldberg       )    Commerce and Business Administration
to  establish  the Advisory Council  Chair
in Management  Science be  approved.
Carried
Faculty of Dentistry
Departmental Reorganization
The following proposal had been circulated:
"At the present time there are six departments in the Faculty of
Dentistry:
Oral Biology
Oral Medicine
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Orthodontics
Preventive and Community Dentistry
Restorative Dentistry
It is recommended that the Faculty of Dentistry discontinue the present
departments and establish the Departments of:
Oral Biology
Biomaterials
Oral Anatomy
Oral Biochemistry
Oral Immunology
Oral Microbiology
Oral Physiology
Clinical Dental Sciences
Ethics, Jurisprudence and
Practice Management
Operative Dentistry
Orthodont ics
Pedodontics
Periodont ics
Prosthodontics
Preventive and
Community Dentistry
Oral Medical and
Surgical Sciences
Endodontics
Oral Diagnosis
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Oral Medicine
Oral Pathology
Oral Radiology
Pain and Anxiety 8704.
May  21,   1986
Proposals  of  the  Faculties
Faculty of Dentistry
Departmental Reorganization     (continued)
The argument of the report was that it is defensible academically and
provides for three well-balanced and integrated units which preserve
specialist autonomy yet allow growth and readjustments to occur. It
also conforms more closely with this University's idea of what a
department  represents.
Divisional substructuring is possible within the suggested framework and
this will be achieved within the proposed departments. Divisions may
develop a critical mass within them to a point where they would be
considered      for      departmental      status. Hospital      Dentistry,       being
service-oriented however, would be expected to remain the responsibility
of the academic department concerned, and no justification could be
found for the establishment of a separate department serving these
interests. However, Hospital Dentistry may be identified as a separate
d ivision.
No immediate curricular changes are envisaged as a consequence of the
proposal. The supporting staff requirements for the new system will be
the same as those needed in the Faculty at present. Divisions must
still function as before and the academic program will be unchanged,
although re-numbering of  courses will be  required."
Dean Beagrie       )     That the proposal  of  the Faculty of
Dr.   Donaldson     )     Dentistry to discontinue  the  Departments
of Oral  Biology,   Oral  Medicine,   Oral  and
Maxillofacial  Surgery,  Orthodontics,
Preventive and  Community Dentistry,
Restorative Dentistry,  and  to establish
the Departments  of Oral  Biology,   Clinical
Dental  Sciences and  Oral Medical and  Surgical
Sciences be  approved.
Carried
Motion  by Mr.   S.  R.   Pearce
Liaison with Post  Secondary Institutions
Mr.   Pearce )     Whereas  The  University  of British  Columbia
Mr.   McConville   )     is  facing  reductions  in budgets  which  result
in limits  being set  for  transfers  from  post
secondary institutions,   and
Whereas it  is  imperative that  post secondary
institutions  be properly and  adequately  informed
of  these limitations   in  order   to counsel  their
students, 8705.
May  21,   1986
Motion  by Mr.   S.   R.   Pearce
Liaison with Post Secondary Institutions     (continued)
Be  it  therefore  resolved that  the  Senate
Standing  Committee  on  Liaison with  Post
Secondary Institutions be  asked to ensure
that  this dialogue take  place.
Mr.   Pearce spoke briefly to the motion.
Dr. Dennison, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Liaison with Post
Secondary Institutions, informed Senate that the Committee had approached
the Colleges asking for advice as to which issues, if any, concerning
liaison with UBC might be brought to its attention. However, the majority
of the suggestions received fell under the jurisdiction of other areas of
the University such as the Admissions Committee, the Registrar's Office
and Student Counselling. Dr. Dennison said he did not think it
appropriate that the Committee should be embarking on activities clearly
within the jurisdiction of other parts of the University, particularly
with respect to transfer credit. He noted that the Committee had not
consulted with the colleges in the past.
After  further discussion the motion was  put and  carried.
Triennial   elections   of   representatives   to   the   Board   of   Governors   and   the
Senate
The      Registrar      presented      the      following      report     and      recommendations
concerning the  forthcoming elections:
BOARD  OF  GOVERNORS:
(i) The  Registrar  shall conduct the elections.
(ii) Each   candidate   shall   be   nominated   in   writing,   the  nomination   to   be
signed by SEVEN persons entitled to vote in the election of the
Board of Governors and by the nominee indicating willingness to run
for  election,   and  the nominations  shall  be  sent  to  the Registrar. 8706.
May  21,   1986
Triennial   elections   of   representatives   to   the   Board   of   Governors   and   the
Senate
BOARD  OF  GOVERNORS     (continued)
(iii) Each nominee shall be requested to supply a brief curriculum vitae
and be permitted to include a further statement of up to 150 words
which will be  circulated with  the  ballot  papers.
(iv) The elections  shall  be  conducted  by mail  ballot  to  campus  addresses.
(v) The  election  schedule  shall  be  as  follows:-
Faculty   :     (Two  to  be elected)
call  for  nominations,   Friday,   October   3,   1986
- close of nominations,   4.00 p.m.,   Friday,   October  24,   198 6
Election   date,   Thursday,   November   27,   1986
Non-Faculty  full-time Employees:     (One to be elected)
- call for nominations,   Friday,   October  24,   1986
close   of  nominations,   4.00  p.m.,   Thursday,   November   14,   198 6
- Election date,   Thursday,   December  18,   1986
(vi) The   election   of   Faculty   members   to   the   Board   of   Governors   will   be
conducted by preferential voting. Voters will be required to rank
ALL candidates in order of preference. No tie rankings will be
permitted. Ballots    will    be    machine    counted    in    the    Computing
Centre. The candidates elected will be the two with the lowest
totals. Ballots will be considered invalid unless all candidates
are   ranked.
SENATE:
Election  of  Chancellor   and   (eleven)   Convocation  Members  of  Senate:
(i) The Registrar  shall  conduct  the elections.
(ii) All   nominations   of   candidates   for   the   office   of   chancellor   shall   be
signed  by seven persons entitled to  vote  in the election.
(iii) All nominations for membership in the senate shall be signed by
three persons  entitled  to  vote   in  the election.
(iv) All    nominations     for    election    of     candidates     for     the    office    of
chancellor and for membership in senate shall require the signature
of  the  nominee  indicating willingness  to  run for  election.
(v) "The   registrar   shall   forthwith   send   a  written   notice   of   nomination
to each person nominated as a candidate for the office of chancellor
and   to   each   person   nominated   as   a   candidate   for   membership   in   the 8707.
May 21, 1986
Triennial elections of representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate
Election  of  chancellor  and  (eleven)  Convocation  Members  of  Senate:
(continued)
senate, with a request that the candidate forward to the registrar
information respecting his degrees, the dates thereof, his
occupation, offices held by him at a university or in any other
organization, his other professional or business interests, and his
publications."  (University Act, Section 14 (3)).
The registrar shall circulate only the information specified in the
University Act.
(vi) The election of convocation members be scheduled and regulated as
follows:
(a) this election include the election of a chancellor;
(b) that the notice of the election and call for nominations be made
in the fall Chronicle to be published September 5, 1986.;
(c) that the close of nominations for chancellor and for convocation
membership in the senate be 4.00 p.m. on Monday, November 3,
1986;
(d) that the election date be Thursday, March 5, 1987.
(vii) In the event that after the close of nominations but before the
election date it is found that a nominee for the office of
chancellor could not serve if elected, the registrar be authorized,
if so instructed by the chairman of senate, to delay the election
and issue another call for nominations.
(viii) The voting papers be designed to permit machine tabulation of the
election results.
(ix) The results of the election, in accordance with Section 16 of the
University Act, will be reported to the senate at its next regular
meeting, namely March 18, 1987.
(x)    Replacement procedures for Convocation representatives to Senate
replacements will be appointed on the basis of the recommendation of
the remaining Convocation representatives to Senate.
(Approved by Senate, April 21, 1976)
Election of Faculty members at-Large  (Ten to be elected)
(i)    The Registrar shall conduct the election
(ii)   Each candidate shall be nominated in writing, the nominations to be
signed by THREE 'faculty members' 8708.
May  21,   1986
Triennial elections of representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate
Election of Faculty members at-Large     (Ten to be elected)     (continued)
(iii)       The election  schedule  shall be  as  follows:
- call  for nominations,  Tuesday,  January 20,   1987
- close  of  nominations,   4.00 p.m.   ,   Tuesday,   February 10,   1987
- Election date,  Thursday,  March  12,  1987
(iv)         Replacement  procedures   -  "a vacancy in  this  category shall be   filled
by   a   candidate   in   the   ...   election   of  members   at-Large. Where   no
candidate is willing or able to serve as a replacement, a special
election to  fill  that  vacancy will  be  held."
"The Registrar shall invite the candidate who received the highest
number of votes in the ...general election ... to fill the vacancy.
If that candidate declines ... the candidate with the next highest
number of votes shall be invited to fill the vacancy, and so on,
until  a willing candidate  is  found."
"An individual who has vacated a position as a representative of
the faculty members at-Large is not thereby disqualified from
filling a  vacancy in  accordance with  the  above procedures."
(Approved  by Senate,   May  25,   1977)
Elections of Faculty Members from Individual Faculties (Two from each
Faculty)
Individual    Faculties   will make   their   own   decisions   on   the   procedures   and
timing   of   the   election   of their   two   representatives   to   serve   on   Senate   on
the   understanding   that   all elections   be   completed   by  March   15,   1987.       Such
elections may be held at Faculty meetings subject to the terms of the
University   Act   (i.e.   those   participating   in   the   elections   must   be    'faculty
members' as defined in the "General Provisions" section of this submission
on Page  6.)
With the election date of Thursday, November 27, 1986, for the election of
Faculty representatives to the Board of Governors, and the election date of
Thursday, March 12, 1987, for the election of Facuty members at-Large to
Senate, the following schedule is suggested for individual faculties. This
schedule would enable any eligible faculty members who wished to do so to
run as a candidate in all of the elections involving faculty members
at-Large.
Faculty of  Graduate Studies
call  for  nominations: Tuesday,   November  4,  1986
close  of nominations: Tuesday,  November   25,   1986
Election  date: Thursday,   January 8,   1987 8709.
May 21,  1986
Triennial elections of representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate
Elections of Faculty Members from Individual Faculties (Two from each
Faculty)     (continued)
Other faculties  requiring an election by mailed  ballot:
call  for nominations: Thursday,  December  11,   1986
close  of  nominations: Thursday,   January 8,   1987
Election date: Wednesday,   February 11,   1987
(Replacement procedures - Nomination and election shall be conducted in
accordance with established Faculty procedure. Where such established
procedures do not exist then nominations shall be called for either before
or on the floor of a meeting of the Faculty concerned and voting shall be
either by show of hands or by balloting at the meeting. it was agreed that
the Registrar's  office would not  be  involved.)
(Approved by Senate,   April  21,   1976)
Faculties who want to have runners-up used as replacements in the event of a
vacancy during the three-year term will be asked to advise the Registrar so
that  this may be  stated  clearly  in the  call  for nominations.
Faculties will be asked to advise the Registrar of their decisions.
Election of representative of the  full-time Professional  Librarians
(i) The Registrar shall  conduct the election.
(ii) Each   candidate  shall   be  nominated   in  writing,   the  nominations   to   be
signed by THREE professional librarians employed by the University
who have been employed in that capacity for a period of four months
or longer, and by the nominee indicating willingness to run for
election.
(iii)       The election  schedule  shall  be  as  follows :-
- call  for nominations,  Friday,   January 9,   1987
- close  of  nominations,   4.00 p.m.,  Friday,   January 23,   1987
- Election date,   Tuesday,   February 24,   1987
General Provisions
Eligibility
'Faculty members' eligible to participate in elections of representatives to
serve on the Board of Governors and the Senate shall be only those persons
who, at the time the nominations are called, hold full-time Board
appointments (which they have held for four months or longer) at the ranks
of lecturer, instructor, assistant professor, associate professor or
professor. 8710.
May 21, 1986
Triennial elections of representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate
General Provisions
Eligibility     (continued)
Any faculty member who has been granted leave extending for more than six
months from the time at which Senate membership would commence (September 1,
1987), or who is on disability leave at the close of nominations shall not
be eligible  to  stand  for election to Senate.
(Approved by Senate,   November 18,  1981)
Nominations
In some elections the Registrar publishes the names of the nominators in the
information provided to electors. Where more signatures than are required
are submitted in support of a particular candidate, the Registrar will
publish only the minimum number of names required. Only one nomination
will be  accepted  for each candidate  in any one  election.
Results
Where appropriate,   results will  be machine  counted.
Terms of  office   (three-years)
Unless otherwise determined by the Board of Governors, the Chancellor shall
take office on June 25, 1987 and the installation ceremony will take place
on Friday,  May  29,  1987.
All other members of the Board of Governors will take office on February 1,
1987.
All  other members of  Senate will  take office  on  September  1,   1987.
Leaves  of absence
The position of an elected faculty member shall be declared vacant by the
Secretary of Senate when he has received notice that the member has
resigned, or that the member is going on leave for a period of more than six
months,  or that  the member  has  been granted disability leave.
(Approved by Senate,   November  18,  1981)
Any elected member of Senate may be granted leave of absence for up to five
consecutive ordinary meetings of Senate. Any absence without leave for
more than five consecutive ordinary meetings of Senate shall result in a
declaration of  vacancy by the Secretary of Senate.
(Approved by Senate November 18,  1981) 8711.
May 21, 1986
Triennial elections of representatives to the Board of Governors and the
Senate (continued)
Mr. Pearce    ) That the recommendations of the Registrar
Dr. Goldberg  )  concerning elections be approved.
The Registrar agreed to look into the possibility of allowing more time
between the results of one election and the close of nominations of the next
in the schedule of faculty elections to Senate.
In amendment:
Dr. Spencer   )  That the rules governing the Senate elections
Ms. Arthur    )  include permission for nominees to include a
statement of up to 150 words which will be
circulated with the ballot papers.
Lost
The motion was put and carried.
Report from Vancouver School of Theology
The annual report to Senate from the Vancouver School of Theology had
been circulated for information.
Other business
Nominating Committee
In the absence of Dr. Elder, Chairman of the Committee, Dr. Cook
presented a report to Senate. Dr. Cook informed Senate that the
Nominating committee were recommending that Ms. Marie Branson replace Mrs.
T. A. Killam on the Committee on Continuing Education and the ad hoc
Conmittee on Standards in English.
Dr. Cook      )  That the recommendation of the
Mrs. Fulton   ) Nominating Conmittee be approved.
Carried 8712.
May 21, 1986
Other business  (continued)
Tributes Committee
Dr. Dennison reminded Senate that the Tributes Committee would be
pleased to receive nominations for possible honorary degree recipients and
that these should be submitted to the Tributes Conmittee, Ceremonies
Office, no later than September 15, 1986.
Faculty of Medicine
Dean Webber notified Senate that the Faculty of Medicine were
undertaking a major curriculum reorganization which would be presented to
Senate in due course.
Senate Membership
Mr. Burnyeat asked Senate to join him in expressing thanks and
appreciation to Mr. G. C P. Gray, Convocation senator, for his
participation on the Senate and the Senate Budget Committee during the
past two years. Mr. Gray was moving to Toronto and had therefore resigned
from Senate.
The meeting  adjourned  at  9.30 p.m.
The  next   regular   meeting  of   Senate  will   be   held   on Wednesday,   September
10,   1986.
Secretary
Confirmed,
Chai rman 8713.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'A'
New awards  recommended to Senate
American Society of Photogrammetry Robert Bruce Scott Prize - The American
Society of Photogrammetry has endowed a prize in the amount of $100 as a
memorial to Robert Bruce Scott. The prize will be made on the
recommendation of the Department of Geological Sciences to the student who
receives the highest mark in GEOL 305 (Interpretation of Aerial
Photographs).     (Available  198 5/86 Winter  Session)
Edward and Marie Cook Memorial Prize - In memory of her grandparents, Edward
and Marie Cook, Helen M. Galpin has established a prize in the amount of
$100. The prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Department of
History to an undergraduate student who has achieved a high academic
standing  in  courses  in  Canadian History.     (Available   1986/8 7 winter  Session)
Faculty Women's Club - Vancouver Centennial Scholarship - One or more
scholarships to a total of $x have been made available by the Faculty
Women's Club of The University of B.C., to commemorate Vancouver's
Centennial in 1986. Preference will be given to a woman who is studying on
a part-time basis, towards a first undergraduate degree. The financial
circumstances of the candidate may be a consideration. Candidates for the
award will be considered from applicants for the University Women's Club of
Vancouver, Margaret Redmond Scholarship. Applications must be submitted by
June  1st.      (Available  1987/88 Winter  Session.)
J. H. T. Falk Memorial Prize - A prize in the amount of $100 has been
established by Mr. Carol Topping in memory of J. H. T. Falk. Mr. Falk was
Head of the School of Social Services at McGill University and was the first
Executive Director of the Vancouver Community Chest. He was also associated
with the School of Social Work at UBC. The award will be made to the most
outstanding student in the graduating class for the MSW degree. The winner
will be determined by the School of Social Work. (Available 1986/87 Winter
Session.)
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia Scholarship in Occupational
Therapy - In recognition of the complementary nature of the rehabilitation
disciplines, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia has established a
scholarship matching the award it established in Physical Therapy, on the
occasion of its 10th anniversary. The annual scholarship in the amount of
$5,000 will be offered to an outstanding student entering third or fourth
year in the School of Rehabilitation Medicine, in a program leading to a
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy degree. In recognition of the
region served by I.CB.C, eligibility for the scholarship will be limited
to residents of British Columbia as defined by B.C. Student Assistance
Program criteria. Preference will be given to students who attended
secondary school outside the Greater Vancouver Regional District who
encounter financial barriers when considering studies in Occupational
Therapy at U.B.C. The award will be made on the recommendation of the
Committee established by the Director of the School of Rehabilitation
Medicine.     (Available  1986/87 Winter  Session.) 8714.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'A'
New awards  recommended to Senate     (continued)
Laidlaw Foundation Bursaries for Native Law students - One or more bursaries
to a total of approximately $1,500 per annum have been made available in
perpetuity by the Laidlaw Foundation. The awards will be made on the
recommendation of the Faculty to the native Law students who are beginning
or continuing their studies in the Faculty of Law. in selecting candidates,
consideration will be given to academic promise and involvement in native
affairs,  as well  as  financial  need.      (Available  1986/87 winter  Session)
Jack R. Longstaffe Scholarships - Two scholarships in the amount of $2,500
each have been made available by the late Jack R. Longstaffe. Although he
never graduated from high school, he was a successful electrical engineer in
Toronto and was given the P.Eng. designation by the Association of
Professional Engineers of Ontario. The awards will be offered to
outstanding students entering Engineering from senior secondary school. The
awards will be based primarily on the students' scholarly achievement.
Holders of this scholarship who maintain a first-class average in a full
program of study, or who stand in the top 10% of their class will be
eligible to have the award renewed for a further three years of study.
Candidates must complete the Application for University of B.C. Entrance
Scholarships. Completed applications must be received by the University no
later than May 15th. The awards will be offered for a five-year period
commencing  in  1986/87.     (Available  1986/87 winter  Session)
H. R. MacMillan Bursaries for Native Law Students - Bursaries to a total of
approximately $4,000 per annum have been made available by the trustees of
the H. R. MacMillan Estate (Charitable Trust/Northern Canada Fund). The
awards will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty to native Law
students beginning or continuing their studies in the Faculty of Law. In
selecting candidates, consideration will be given to academic promise and
involvement in native affairs as well as financial need. These awards will
be available for a five-year period, commencing in 1986/87. (Available
1986/87 Winter Session)
Beth McCann Memorial Scholarship - A scholarship in the amount of
approximately $700 has been established in memory of Beth McCann by her
friends and colleagues, and augmented by donations from the Nursing Division
of the UBC Alumni Association. Beth McCann was associated with the School
of Nursing for 35 years and retired in 1982. The scholarship will be given
to an undergraduate student in Nursing who demonstrates a commitment to the
nursing profession and a contribution to the University or the community.
The award will be made on the recommendation of the School. (Available
1987/88 Winter  Session)
Sandoz Canada Inc. Prize - A prize in the amount of $150 has been offered by
Sandoz Canada Inc. to a graduating medical student. In selecting the
recipient, preference will be given to a student demonstrating a special
interest in immunology, cardiovascular medicine, neurology, or
endocrinology. The award will be made on the recommendation of the Faculty
of  Medicine.     (Available  1985/86 Winter  Session) 8715.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   'A'
New awards   recommended to Senate     (cont inued )
Edmund T. Wong Bursary - Two bursaries in the amount of $400 each are
provided by Edmund T. Wong, a British Columbia Land Surveyor, to needy
students with good academic averages who are proceeding from Grade XXI to a
full course of study at The University of British Columbia. The awards will
be offered to graduates of Britannia Secondary School and Vancouver
Technical Secondary School.     (Available 1986/87 winter Session) 8716.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
English
New ENGL  4 51   (1.5/3)d Studies   in  Literary Movements
Changes ENGL 337,   416     -    change   in title
ENGL  410    -    change  in  title and  description
Family and Nutritional   Sciences
Note: The School of Family and Nutritional Sciences is proposing an
extensive change in its courses and programs. These changes involve
separation of the school's course offerings, which are currently all
FNSC courses and which are not distinguished in terms of the distinct
divisions of the school's program. These courses will now be divided
into Family Science, Human Nutrition and Home Economics programs (all of
which lead to the B.H.E. degree), and a Dietetics program leading to a
new proposed B.Sc. (Dietet.) degree. Courses in the Family Science
division, after extensive consultations, are being made available to
Faculty of Arts  students  for credit  toward the B.A.  degree.
New Calendar Descriptions
(See p.277, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under Family and Nutritional Sciences,
change to include the following headings and courses [with
descriptions]:)
Family  Science     (FMSC)
Introduction  to  Family  Science
Development of Relationships
Human Sexuality
The   Contemporary North American Family  in  Societal  Context
Marital and  Family  Interaction  in North America
The  Development of  Family Careers
Communication in the Family
Family Resource Management
Family Financial  Management
Family  Consumer  Patterns
Clothing and Human Behaviour
Housing for the Family
Family Sciences Seminar
Contemporary Theories   in  Family  Analysis
Family Research
Family  Life  Education  Over  the Life  Span
Families  in the  Canadian Economy
Economic Roles  of Women
Special Problems in Family Science
Directed Study in Family Science
200
(3)
314
(1.5)
316
(1.5)
3 20
(1.5)
322
(1.5)
3 24
(1.5)
326
(1.5)
3 38
(1.5)
340
(1.5)
342
(1.5)
350
(1.5)
364
(1.5)
404
(1.5/3)d
420
(1.5)
422
(1.5)
436
(1.5)
440
(1.5)
442
(1.5)
464
(1.5/3)d
474
(1.5) 8717.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Family and  Nutritional  Sciences
Family  Science (FMSC)     (continued)
520   (3) The  Canadian  Family  in  Historical and   Cultural Perspective
522   (3) Research Seminar  in Family Studies
547   (1.5/3)c Directed  Studies
549   (3/6)c Thesis
Home   Economics     (HMEC)
100   (1.5) Introduction  to  Home   Economics
300 (1.5) Elements of Professional Practice
310   (1.5) Human Growth and  Development
312   (1.5) Parent-Child Relationship
352   (1.5) Basic  Textiles
354   (1.5) Comparative  Clothing Construction
360  (1.5) Design Fundamentals
366   (1.5) Textile Design
400 (1.5) Contemporary  Issues   in  Home   Economics
406 (1.5/3)d       Home  Economics Seminar
414   (1.5) Aging and   the Family
430  (1.5) Designing Professional Communication Programs
450   (1.5) History of  Costume
452   (1.5) Advanced  Textiles
4 54   (1.5) Apparel  Design  I
456   (1.5) Apparel  Design  II
460   (1.5) Elements of  Housing Design
466   (1.5/3)d      Special Problems  in Home Economics
476   (1.5) Directed  Study  in  Home   Economics
Human Nutrition     (HUNU)
201   (3) introduction  to  Foods
203   (1.5) Introductory Nutrition
205   (1.5) Community Nutrition  and  Public  Health
209   (1.5) Nutrition
211   (1.5) Perspectives  in  Nutrition
301 (1.5) Meal Management
303   (1.5) World  Problems   in  Nutrition
305   (1.5) Human Nutrition  I
307   (1.5) Human Nutrition  II
309   (1.5) Human Nutrition Laboratory
321   (1.5) Foodservice  Systems
351   (1.5) Human Physical Growth and Development
401 (1.5) Advanced Foods
403 (1.5) Selected Topics in Human Nutrition
407 (3) Nutrition and Disease
411 (1.5) Human Nutrition Over the Life Span 8718.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
Human Nutrition  (HUNU)  (continued)
419 (1.5)     Assessment of Nutritional Status
421 (1.5)     Quantity Food Management
4 49 (3)       Honours Thesis
467 (1.5/3)d  Special Problems in Human Nutrition
477 (1.5) Directed Study in Human Nutrition
511 (1) Current Topics in Protein and Amino Acid Nutrition
513 (1) Current Topics in Lipid Nutrition
515 (1) Current Topics in Vitamin Nutrition
517 (1) Current Topics in Mineral Metabolism
521 (1.5) Advanced Community Nutrition
5 23 (1.5) Practicum in Community Nutrition
525 (1.5) Current Topics in Nutrition Education
531 (1) Nutrition Seminar
547 (1/3)c Directed Studies
5 49 (3/6)c M.Sc. Thesis
649 Ph.D. Thesis
New Calendar References
(See page 278, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under Family Studies, delete all
courses and change heading as follows:)
Family Studies - See Family and Nutritional Sciences.
(See page 294-5, 1985/86 Calendar and under Home Economics delete all
courses and change heading as follows:)
Home Economics - See Family and Nutritional Sciences.
(See page 295, 1985/86 Calendar and under Human Nutrition delete all
courses and change heading as follows:)
Human Nutrition - See Family and Nutritional Sciences.
Family Science courses
New       FMSC 200 (3)    Introduction to Family Science
FMSC 320 (1.5)  The Contemporary North American Family in
Societal Context
FMSC 324 (1.5)  The Development of Family Careers
FMSC 464 (1.5/3)d_   Special Problems in Family Science
FMSC 474 (1.5)  Directed Study in Family Science
FMSC 440 (1.5)  Families in the Canadian Economy 8719.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
Family Science courses  (continued)
Changes  FMSC 338 - change number, title description (was 240)
FMSC 340, 342 - change in title, description, prerequisite
FMSC 350 - change description
FMSC 364 - change designation
FMSC 420 - change number, title, description, prerequisite
(was 322)
FMSC 422 - change description, prerequisite
FMSC 404 - split into 404, 314, 316, 322, 326, 436, 442
Human Nutrition courses
New       HUNU 309 (1.5)      Human Nutrition Laboratory
HUNU 467 (1.5/3)d_   Special Problems in Human Nutrition
HUNU 477 (1.5)      Directed Study in Human Nutrition
Changes    HUNU 201, 203, 209, 351 - change description
HUNU 205 - change prerequisite
HUNU 211, 305, - change description, prerequisite
HUNU 301, 403, 411, - change title, description, prerequisite
HUNU 307 - change description, hours
HUNU 303, 401, 407, 449 - change designation
HUNU 321 - split into 321, 421
HUNU 419 - change number, description, prerequisite (was 519)
Home Economics courses
Changes    HMEC 100 - change title, description
HMEC 300 - change number, title description (was 200)
HMEC 310, 312, 414 - change prerequisite
HMEC 400 - change description and from required to optional
HMEC 406 - change number, title, description, units (was 404)
HMEC 460 - change number, prerequisite (was 420)
HMEC 430 - change description
HMEC 466 - change title, units (from c to d_)
HMEC 352, 354, 360, 366, 450, 452, 454, 456, 476 - change
designation
Deletions  HMEC 101, 210, 220
New Programs statements
See page 124-5, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under "THE SCHOOL OF FAMILY AND
NUTRITIONAL STUDIES, change the program statement as follows: 8720.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Family and  Nutritional   Sciences
New Programs  Statements     (continued)
Statement of  Purpose
The School of Family and Nutritional Sciences has a two-fold function:
first, to education for professional competence and second, to encourage
a   spirit of   intellectual  enquiry.
The School, through the Division of Family Sciences, the Division of
Home Economics, and the Division of Human Nutrition, offers five
undergraduate programs: (1) Home Economics, (2) Family Sciences, (3)
Human Nutrition, (4) Dietetics, and (5) Human Nutrition Honours; and
graduate programs in Human Nutrition and Family Science. in each area
... and biological sciences. The Home Economics Program involves broad
exposure  to all  areas  of  home  economics  and  the  choice   ...   the  Director.
Professional   Opportunities
Home Economics ... and the family. Graduates of the Comprehensive
Option of the Home Economics Program may be employed in teaching.
Graduates of the Specializations in Home Economics may be employed in
extension services, ... and business and industry. Graduates of the
Family Sciences Program may pursue advanced degrees or be employed in
government or the private sector in positions related to family research
or programs.    Graduates  of  the Dietetics   ...  and nutrition organizations.
Admission
(All the  same  down   to  I.)
I.  A   minimum   total    of    24   units    of    Family   and    Nutritional    Sciences
courses is  required,     (remainder the same)
II.   (remains the same)
III.   Minimum number  of  units   required for  the degree is  60 units.
IV.  To   qualify   for   the   degree    students   must    satisfy    ...    Nutritional
Sciences.
Remainder  of  statement  remains  the  same.
DIVISION OF FAMILY SCIENCE - B.H.E.
The Family Sciences major is an academic program in family social
science. Students      are      introduced      to      theoretical      orientations,
appropriate methodologies, and substantive issues in each of two areas -
family development, and family resource management - and must elect one
of  these   as   an   area  of   concentration  during  the   final   two   years   of  the 8721.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
New Programs Statements
DIVISION OF FAMILY SCIENCE - B.H.E.  (continued)
program. Students who expect to carry on graduate studies in Family
Science should take note of the suggestions for courses related to this
academic objective.
Entrance Requirements from Secondary School Program:
General University Entrance Requirements apply.
First and  Second  Years
Units
English 100
3
FMST 200
3
1 Language
0-6
1Science
3
2Social  Science
3
^Statistics   203
1.5
^Electives
10.5-16.5
30
Third and  Fourth Years
Family  Development  Concentration:
Units
FMST 320
1.5
FMST 4 20
1.5
FMST  338
1.5
At   least   2 of:
FMST  314,   322,   324,
326,   426,   HMEC  414
3
FMST 422
1.5
SOC 350
3
4Electives
18
30
Family Resource Management Concentration:
Units
FMST 338 1.5
FMST  440 1.5
FMST  320  or   HMEC   310 1.5
At  least   2_ of:
FMST 340,   342,   350,
364, 442 3
FMST 422 1.5
ECON 336 3
4Electives 18 8722.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
New Programs Statements
DIVISION OF FAMILY SCIENCE - B.H.E.
Family Resource Management Concentration: (continued)
Students who anticipate entering graduate study in Family Science are
advised to follow one of the above programs in their third and fourth
years and to concentrate their elective study in courses emphasizing
research (FMST 449, 476; PSYC 414, SOCI 380, 381, 382, 383), Computer
Science (114, 116, 118), and basic theoretical study in the appropriate
disciplinary field (Economics, Psychology, Sociology).
1 Majors in Family Science are expected to have attained Grade 12 level
in French or a foreign language. If they have not done so, they must
meet the equivalent at the University level. Consult an advisor for
further information.
Family Science majors are also expected to enrol in three units of
science courses.  There are a number of courses in the Faculty of
Science which will fulfill this requirement.  Consult an advisor for
further information.
Students are cautioned that meeting these requirements does not lead
to the Bachelor of Arts degree.
2 Choose one of SOCI 200, ECON 100, PSYC 200 or 206.
3 Statistics 204 is also recommended.
4 Electives chosen in consultation with an advisor. Students must
take at least 12 units of Family Science major courses at the 300 or
400 level and at least 6 units of appropriate courses outside of the
School of Family and Nutritional Sciences. In view of the
multidisciplinary nature of this program, students are encouraged to
take more than the minimum electives required for courses in
appropriate disciplinary departments in the Faculty of Arts. Those
students specializing in Family Development should concentrate their
study in Anthropology/Sociology and Psychology. Those in Family
Resource Management should concentrate in Economics. There are also
relevant courses in the History and Political Science Departments.
At least 24 units of course work must be at the 300 or 400 level.
DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS - B.H.E.
The Home Economics major is designed to provide academic preparation for
students interested in pursuing a variety of Home Economics related
careers.  Those intending to pursue secondary school teaching in Home 8723.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
New Programs statements
DIVISION OF HOME ECONOMICS - B.H.E.
(continued)
Economics should enrol in the Comprehensive Option. Those who wish to
pursue a more specialized program should enrol in either the Family Life
Education or Family Consumer Services Specialization Option.
Information concerning careers in Home Economics may be obtained on
request from the School of Family and Nutritional Sciences.
Entrance Requirements from Secondary School Program:
Required:  University entrance requirements
Recommended: Home Economics courses at the "11" and
Comprehensive Option
•12"  level.
First and Second Year
Units
Third and Fourth
Years
Units
Chemistry 103
3
HUNU
201
3
Chemistry 2 30
3
HUNU
203
1.5
Economics 100
3
HUNU
205
1.5
English 100
3
HMEC
300
1.5
HMEC 100
1.5
HMEC
352
1.5
FMST 200
3
HMEC
354
1.5
1 Social Science Elective
4.5
HMEC
360
1.5
1Electives
9
FMST
3 20
1.5
30
FMST
338
1.5
FMST
3 64
1.5
1FMST
or HMEC
elective
3
-^Electives
10.5
30
Specialization Option
First  and  Second  Year
Economics  100
English  100
HMEC 100
FMST 200
2Science  requirement
(see specialization
requirement)
^Social  Science or
Humanities Elective
^Electives
Units
Third and Fourth Years
Units
3
3
HMEC 300
Specialization
1.5
1.5
3
Requirements
1Electives
16.5
12
3-6
10.5/13/5
30
30 8724.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Family and  Nutritional   Sciences
New Programs  Statements
DIVISION  OF   HOME  ECONOMICS   - B.H.E.
Specialization Option     (continued)
-^Electives  to be  chosen   in  consultation with  advisor.
2For  Specialization  in  Family  Life  Education:
3 units  of  Biology  (101,   102,   310,   311  or   313)
Family  Science  4 36
one of  Family  Science  320,   324,   or  420
one  of Home  Economics  310 or  312  or  Family  Science   316
one of  Family Science  314,   322,   326 or Home  Economics  312
one of Family Science 338,   340,   342,  or  440
9  units   of   Family  Science or   Home   Economics  electives.
For Specialization  in Family Consumer Services:
Chemistry 103 and  230
Family  Science  338,   340 and  34 2
one  of   Family  Science  3 20,   3 22,   3 24,   3 26,   420,   422,   436,   440,
442 and one of Family Science  314,   316,   Home Economics  310,
312,   440,   or   414
3 units  of  Family  Science or  Home  Economics  electives
6 units from one  of the  following:
Clothing and  Textiles  -  (Family Science  350,
Home  Economics  352,   354,   360,   366,
406,   450,   454,   456)
Housing   (Family  Science  - 324,   326,   364,   Home  Economics  360,
440,   460)
Foods and Nutrition  -  (Human Nutrition  201,   203,   205,   301,
303).
DIVISION OF HUMAN NUTRITION
Human Nutrition Program - B.H.E.
The program in Human Nutrition is specifically intended for those
students interested in basic nutritional sciences, who desire
preparation for graduate study and research in Human Nutrition, and for
students who plan to proceed to an area of Health Sciences in which a
background in nutrition would be of value. Students registered in this
program must satisfy entrance requirements which are identical to those
of the Faculty of Science, as described on pages 216-219. 8725.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Family and Nutritional Sciences
New Programs Statements
DIVISION OF HUMAN NUTRITION
Human Nutrition Program - B.H.E.  (cont inued )
Students entering the program should obtain details of courses from the
office of the School of Family and Nutritional Sciences.
First Year
Biology 101 or 102
Chemistry 110 or 120
English 100
Mathematics 100 and 101
Physics 110, 115, or 120
Total
3
3
3
3
3_
15
Second Year
Biology 200 and 201
Chemistry 203 or 230
HUNU 211
Microbiology 200
1-Arts Elective
^-Science Elective
Total
3
3
1.5
3
3
1.5
15
Major
Third and Fourth Years
Biochemistry 3 01 and 3 02
Biology 300
HUNU 3 05 and 3 07
HUNU 309
HUNU 411
Food Science 301
Physiology 301 or Zool 303
3
4.5 units selected from
1.5
the followi
ng:
3
HUNU 3 03
1.5
1.5
HUNU 403
1.5
1.5
HUNU 407
3
1.5
HUNU 419
1.5
4.5
3
^Electives
10.5
Total
30
Honours
Third and Fourth Years
Biochemistry 301 and 302
Biology 300
HUNU 499 (Thesis)
HUNU 305 and 307
HUNU 3 09
HUNU 411
Chemistry 205 or 330
Food Science 3 01
3
6 units selected
from
1.5
the followi
ng:
3
HUNU 303
1.5
3
HUNU 403
1.5
1.5
HUNU 407
3
1.5
HUNU 419
1.5
3
1Electives
1.5
To
tal
6
_9_
36
1Electives  to be  chosen   in  consultation with  advisor. 8726.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   '3'
COurse and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Family  and  Nutritional  Sciences
New Programs Statements
DIVISION OF HUMAN NUTRITION
Human Nutrition Program - B.H.E.  (cont inued )
Recommended Science electives:
Biochemistry 303 (3), 402 (1.5), 403 (1.5), 410 (1.5)
Biology 301 (1.5), 302 (1.5), 330 (1.5), 334 (1.5)
Chemistry 205 (3), 311 (2), 313 (3), 421 (1)
Computer Science 114 (1.5), 116 (1.5), 200 (1.5), 215 (3)
Medical Genetics 410 (1.5), 420 (1.5)
Microbiology 302 (1.5), 307 (1.5)
Pediatrics 351 (3)
Pathology 375 (1), 390 (2)
Pharmacology 390 (3)
Physiology 302 (1.5), 422 (1.5), 423 (1.5), 424 (1.5), 425 (1.5),
426 (1.5)
Zoology 304 (1.5), 307 (1.5), 323 (1.5), 400 (3), 405 (1.5), 419 (1.5),
428 (1.5), 431 (1.5).
Change in Faculty of Arts Program Statement
(See page 69 of the Calendar for present entry:)
Under COURSES IN OTHER FACULTIES OR DEGREE PROGRAMS, change as follows:
All courses designated FMST in the Family Sciences Program of the School
of Fami ly and Nutritional Sciences are accepted for credit toward the
Bachelor of Arts degree.
History of Medicine 400 and History of Medicine 401 (prerequisites:
Biology 101 or 102) are accepted for credit towards the Bachelor of Arts
degree.
All    courses    in    the    history,    theory,    and    composition    of    Music    are
accepted    for   credit    toward   the   Bachelor    of   Arts    degree.      Courses    in
Musical   Performance   are   not   accepted   except   for   the   ensemble   courses
Music   150-156,    159-165;     a   maximum   of   3   units   from   these   courses   may
count   toward the degree.
All  courses   in   the   Faculty of   Science  are  accepted   for  credit   toward the
Bachelor    of    Arts    degree,    subject    to    the    limitation   described    below
regarding credit  for special   introductory courses.
Not   more   than   6   units   from   the   following   list   of   special   introductory
courses    offered   by    faculties    other    than   the    Faculty   of    Arts    or    by
schools within the University may count  toward  the  last   30 units   (Major)
or 36 uni ts
(Honours) of a student's program for the Bachelor of Arts degree:
(List of courses unchanged)
No other course in other faculties or degree programs may be taken as
electives in a Bachelor of Arts program. ~~ 8727.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Fine Arts
New Major  Program
(See Calendar, page 76 and insert before Requirements for the degree of
Bachelor  of Fine Arts:)
B.A.  Major   in  Studio Arts
This program is primarily intended for students contemplating a
post-B.A. professional program in Education.
First  Year:
A minimum of 6 units in Fine Arts, including Fine Arts 181 and 3
units in art history.
Second  Year :
Fine Arts  281   (1.5 units)  and  4.5 units   from Fine Arts  282-290.
Third and  Fourth Years:
Admission   to   the   major    requires   a   minimum   second-class   average   in
Second-Year  studio art courses.
A minimum of 15 units in courses numbered 300 and above, including at
least 6 units in art history and 9 units in studio art courses. A
maximum of 6 units in Art Education (ARTE) courses offered by the
Faculty of Education may be substituted for Fine Arts studio art course
requirements, and 3 additional Art Education (ARTE) units may be
credited towards Faculty of Arts requirements. Potential Education
students are also advised to choose 9 units of electives in a single,
non-Fine Arts discipline (any prerequisites should have been taken in
Second Year), which should be chosen in anticipation of a second
teaching area.
French
Note: The Department of French is renumbering courses in the third and
fourth year. Their curriculum has expanded over the past 25 years with
no systematic reorganization of course numbering, and they are now
making the changes which follow.
Editorial Changes
It is understood and agreed that wherever reference is made to former
course numbers, the new numbers will be substituted. This understanding
covers the description of all programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts,
the notes thereunto and list B. 8728.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   *B'
COurse and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
French    (continued)
New
FREN 300
FREN 42 5
FREN 456
FREN 460
FREN 462
FREN 464
FREN 472
FREN 473
FREN 475
(3)
(3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.5)
Introduction  to Methods  of  Literary Criticism
Children's    Literature    of   the    French-Speaking
World
Advanced French Phonetics
Historical Phonetics and Phonology of French
Historical Morphology and Syntax of French
Historical Lexicology of French
Morphology of the French Language
Syntactic Description of the French Language
Canadian French: A Descriptive Approach
Changes FREN 3 40 - change in numbe
FREN 342 - change in
FREN 3 44 - change in
FREN 34 6 - change in
FREN 3 52 - change in
FREN 354 - change in
FREN 356 - change in
FREN 450 - change in
FREN 452 - change in
FREN 47 0 - change in
FREN 480 - change in
FREN 482 - change in
FREN 484 - change in
FREN 486 - change in
FREN 4 89 - change in
FREN 499 - change in
Deletions  FREN 3 01, 3 08, 4 05
r (was 3 20)
number (was 303)
number (was 305)
number (was 304)
number (was 302)
number (was 316)
number (was 306)
number, title, description (was 404)
number, title, description (was 402)
number (was 422)
number (was 4 26)
number (was 423)
number (was 4 24)
number (was 427)
number (was 4 29)
number (was 449)
Changes in Programs
Program Statement Change
(see page 76, 1985/86 Calendar for the present entry:)
Major in French with emphasis on Language:
First and Second Years:
French 120 (or equivalent), 202, 220 (French 220 may be taken in
Third Year, with permission of the Department).
Third and Fourth Years:
French 352 and 450 or 452, and
- at least 6 units in language courses numbered above 350, and
- 3 units in literature courses numbered 300, 407-421. 8729.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
French
Changes in Programs     (continued)
Major in French with emphasis on Literature:
First  and  Second  Years:
French 120   (or  equivalent),   202,   220   (French 202  and   220  may be  taken  in
the Third Year with permission of the Department).
Third and   Fourth Years:
French 352,  and
- 12 units in courses numbered 300 and above (excluding 340-346, 400,
403),
of which  9  units  must  be  from literature courses  300,   407-421.
Honours in French with emphasis on Language:
First and Second  Years:
French  120   (or  equivalent),   202,   220.
Third and   Fourth Years:
18   units   in   language   courses   numbered   above   350,   including   352,   and
450 or 452,  and
3   units    in    literature   courses   numbered    300,    407-421    (300    highly
recommended),  and
French  499.
Honours in French with emphasis on Literature:
First and Second Years:
French 120 (or equivalent), 202, 220.
Third and Fourth Years:
French 300, 352, 401, 450 or 452, and 499, and
- 9 units, of which at least 6 must be from literature courses 407-421.
Notes:
French 202 or its equivalent is prerequisite to all French language
courses numbered 350 and above. French 220 or its equivalent is
prerequisite to all French literature courses numbered 300, 401 and
above.
With the exception of 401, and provided prerequisites have been
satisfied, courses numbered 300-475 may be taken in either Third or
Fourth Year . 8730.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS  (continued)
Geography
New
Changes
*GEOG 303 (1) Weather Seminar
*GEOG 309 - change in description, prerequisites
*GEOG 4 05 - change in prerequisite
*GEOG 406 - change in title, prerequisites, hours
GEOG 453, 461 - change in title, description,
prerequisites
Deletion
GEOG 313
Germanic Studies
Changes
Music
New
GERM 201, 303, 411 - change description, units, hours
GERM 401 - change title, description units, hours
GERM 412 - change prerequisite
MUSC 103 (1.5) Introduction to the Theory of Music
MUSC 104 (1.5) Introduction to Diatonic Harmony
MUSC 203 (1.5) Melody, Counterpoint and Harmony
MUSC 204 (1.5) introduction  to  chromatic  Harmony
and
20th-century Techniques
Deletion
MUSC  103
Change  in Program Statement
Note: Aside from non-substantial editorial changes in the Department
Major in General Studies statement (Calendar, page 85), the following
content  changes  should  be  noted:
Change footnote numbers:
(under  third year)
^Music  Electives
4Electives  in  Arts
(under   fourth year)
3'5Small  Ensemble
4Electives  in  Arts
Change Footnotes:
^May be waived if  inappropriate to the concentration  instrument or
to   the   needs   of   the   student,   or   if   instruction   is   unavailable.      If
waived    on    request    of    the    student,    or    by    decision    of    the    Head,
Department   of   Music,   the  Music   Electives  will   be   increased   from   six
to seven units .
6Students may choose a maximum of three units  of additional  large or
small   ensemble  work   as   part   of   the   Music   Elective   requirements,    ...
[Note 6 continues at  "provided authorization  ..."] 8731.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY  OF  ARTS
Music     (continued)
New Program Statement
(See page  85 of the Calendar  for current  statement:)
Major in General Studies:    Secondary Education Stream
This curriculum is a preparation for studies in education leading to
certification as a music teacher in the B.C. secondary schools.
Successful completion of the program, or a program with comparable
requirements, is a prerequisite for admission into the B.Ed. (Secondary)
program of the Faculty of Education, with music as the major teaching
field.
The curriculum is based on that of the Major in General Studies (see
above), with the  following differences:
All Years. (1)   Large   Ensemble:     for   instrunental   concentrators,   one
of these, in the four years, must be a choir, and the remaining three
will  be  orchestra or wind  symphony,   as appropriate.
(2)    Electives    in    Arts:      students    should    consult    the
Faculty of  Education  for distribution  requirements.
Second Year. Students must also take Music 122 (Class Woodwinds), one
unit, and Music Education 103, one unit, for a total of eighteen units
for the year.
Theory of  Music V 1.5
Theory of Music  VI 1.5
Conducting 2
Class Brasses & Percussion 1
Music Performance   (Concentration) 2
Music Performance   (Secondary) 1
Large  Ensemble 1
Small  Ensemble 1
-•-Music Electives 3
Electives  in Arts   (see above) _3_
17
Thi
rd Year
(300)
(301)
(306)
(112)
(382)
(371) 8732.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  ARTS
Music
New Program Statement
(See page 8 5 of the Calendar for current statement:)
Major in General Studies: Secondary Education Stream (continued)
Fourth Year
(482) Music  Performance   (Concentration)
2Music Performance   (Secondary)
Large Ensemble
3Music  Electives
Electives  in  Arts   (see above)
(309) instrumentation
(MUED 401) Orchestration & Arranging
(MUED  302) Instrumental Technique
(MUED 303) Choral Music
2
1
1
1 or 1.5
1
1
2
2
17 or 17.5
1-One unit of the Music Elective may be in additional small ensemble
work.
2Voice concentrators take an appropriate level of their secondary
instrument;  those with previous secondary voice instruction, take
an appropriate level of voice or of the secondary instrument begun
in the third year;  those without previous voice instruction, take
Music 131 (Class Voice).
3Students with some background in strings are strongly encouraged
to take Music 102 (Class Strings).  Otherwise, any course of the
correct unit value, apart from private performance instruction, may
be selected.
Students doing the B.Ed. (Secondary) degree will be required to take an
additional 1.5 units of Music Elective as part of that program. This
will be a music history, music theory, or composition course.
N.B. Approval of the 4th year of the B.Mus. program is subject to the
subsequent approval of a proposed change in units from (3) to (1-3) for
MUED 401. 8733.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF ARTS
Music  (cont inued)
Changes in Program statement
See Page 82, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under Performing Organizations add
at the end the following paragraph:
Ensembles are open to non-music majors, after audition. Specific
ensembles may tour extrasessionally. Student participation in such
tours, while desirable, is not obligatory. Students should inform
ensemble directors of their plans as early as possible in the Winter
Session.
Change in Program Statement
See pages 83-88 of the Calendar and under each Music Program Second
Year heading delete "(200 English - 3" and add instead:
Literature Requirement (ARTS) - 3
Change in Faculty of Arts Program Statement
See page 68, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under LITERATURE REQUIREMENT change
the first sentence to read:
To qualify for the degree of Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, or
Bachelor of Music, a student must satisfactorily complete three units of
work ...
Change in Program Statement
See page 85, 1985/8 6 Calendar and under Major in General Studies add
after the second paragraph:
Students interested in preparing to teach music in B.C. secondary
schools should see Major in General Studies: Secondary Education Stream,
below.
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES
Anatomy
Change     ANAT 504 - change in title and units
Computer Science
Change     CPSC 514 - change in description 8734.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES  (continued)
Electrical Engineering
Change     ELEC 593 - change in description
Family and Nutritional sciences
Deletion   HUNU 519
Mechanical Engineering
New    MECH 510 (1.5) Computational Methods in Transport Phenomena I
MECH 511 (1.5) Computational Methods in Transport Phenomena II
Deletions  MECH 587, 588, 589, 590
Pathology
New PATH 5 29   (1) Research Techniques  in Medical Microbiology
Statistics
New STAT  5 50   (1.5)   Techniques  of  Statistical  Consulting
STAT 551   (1.5)   Statistical  Consulting
zoology
Change ZOOL 5 03    -    change  in description
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For  Revised  Teacher  Education  Program
(c.f.   1985-86  Calendar, pp.     110  - 123)
Programs   in  the  Faculty of  Education
I. Initial teacher education
II. Continuing teacher education
III. Graduate programs  in education
I. Initial  Teacher Education
The initial teacher education program integrates two academic years of
pedagogical studies and school experiences. For intending elementary
teachers, it presumes completion of at least three years of appropriate
post-secondary studies during which the prospective teacher becomes
broadly educated and acquires specific knowledge and skills in subject
fields appropriate to the elementary school curriculum. For intending
secondary   teachers,    the   program   builds   upon   the   prior    completion   of   a 8735.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised  Teacher  Education  Program    (continued)
Bachelor's   degree   combining   breadth   of   liberal   education   with   depth   of
study in one or  two subjects   in  the secondary school curriculum.
Within the program candidates extend their liberal education by
exploring educational theory and practice; applying their understanding in
carefully graded teaching practice; and building a foundation for
leadership in classroom and community. The program enhances students'
abilities to reason well, to communicate effectively, and to share their
subject-matter  enthusiasms.
Following completion of all program requirements candidates are
recommended to the University Senate for the Bachelor of Education
degree. They also qualify for the B.C. Professional Teaching Certificate
issued by the British Columbia Ministry of Education. (See also Section G_
below. )
A.     Admission
High school graduates planning a teaching career will seek initial
admission to a degree program in an appropriate field other than
Education. After completing the general education requirements and
teaching subject courses specified below, they will apply for admission to
a program of initial teacher education in the Faculty of Education. Up to
two years of appropriate university transfer courses may be completed at a
B.C.  regional  college.
The post-secondary preparation of applicants must normally satisfy the
following specific  requirements:
1.     All  applicants
a. English  100
b. 12 units  which include studies   from at   least   4 of   the  following
subject areas:
(1) art  (visual  or performing)
(2) computing  studies
(3) humanities   (other  than literature)
(4) life  science
(5) literature   (in  any  language)
(6) mathematics
(7) physical science
(8) social science
c. At least 3 units with a significantly Canadian content or
approach. (The Canadian Studies entry in the Faculty of Arts
section of this calendar includes a list of some such courses.) 8736.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
2. Applicants for the elementary teaching program
a. While it is recommended that applicants have a Bachelor's
degree from another Faculty, applicants will be eligible for
admission with a minimum of 45 units of university credit,
normally in subject fields within the Faculties of Arts or
Science or the School of Physical Education. Subject to the
regulations of the Faculty in which the applicant was
registered, up to 3 of these units may be in educational
theory and practice.
b. At least 1.5 (preferably 3) of the 45 units must be in each of
a laboratory science, mathematics, and social studies
(geography and history). Laboratory science courses are
normally selected from the life sciences, chemistry, physical
geography, geology, or physics.
c. 9 units at the senior level (normally courses numbered 300 or
higher) in one subject area included in the B.C. elementary
school curriculum (art, language arts (English and French),
mathematics, music, physical education, science, and social
studies).
d. An overall average of 65% on either (1) the best 30 units
(including the 9 senior units) or (2) the 15 senior units of
an acceptable major.
3. Applicants for the secondary teaching program
a. A Bachelor's degree, normally in subject fields within the
Faculties of Arts, Commerce and Business Administration, or
Science or the School of Physical Education, or in other
fields as specified for the teaching subjects. Subject to the
regulations of the Faculty in which the applicant was
registered, up to 3 units may be in educational theory and
practice.
The admission and program requirements for prospective
teachers of Industrial Education are being revised.
Applicants should consult the Teacher Education Office.
b. Either
(1) one teaching major and one teaching concentration,
(2) two teaching concentrations, or
(3) one teaching major. 8737.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For  Revised  Teacher  Education  Program
3. Applicants for the secondary teaching program     (continued)
At   least  one   teaching  field   must  be  a  subject  widely   taught   in
B.C.  secondary schools.
Applicants should    consult    section    H    below    for    information
concerning the     junior     and     senior     courses     for     acceptable
secondary teaching        majors        and         concentrations        and
for a list of subjects widely taught  in B.C.  secondary schools.
c. An average of 65% on the senior courses, normally numbered 300
and above,   required  for each teaching  field.
4. Recommendations  for all  applicants
a. The above requirements are the minimum; because only a limited
number of applicants can be admitted in any year, admission
may be competitive and some applicants who satisfy the minimum
requirements may not  be admitted.
b. Preference is given to applicants whose records show broader
post-secondary studies, more extensive subject preparation,
and higher grades  than the minimum specified.
c. Applicants for the secondary teaching are strongly advised to
complete subject-matter preparation for two or
more teaching fields.
d. A second-level course in English composition or writing such
as English 303 or 304 or Creative Writing 301 is highly
desirable for all prospective teachers. The Faculty proposes
to make this a requirement for admission effective 1989; in
the interim preference will be given to applicants who have
completed such  a course.
e. Preference is given to applicants who have included within
their post-secondary studies an introductory course on issues
in educational  theory and  practice.
f. Prospective applicants are encouraged to obtain, as an aid to
confirming their career choice, volunteer or other experience
in working with young people of the age range they are
proposing to teach.
g. Prospective applicants are reminded that they are subject to
all requirements and regulations of their registration
Faculty. It is especially important for students anticipating
admission to the elementary teaching program prior to
graduation to satisfy all requirements of their registration
Faculty   as    they   proceed    so   that   they   will   be    in   the   best
position   to   complete   later   the   remaining  requirements  for   that
degree.      Individuals   wishing   to   qualify   for    such   degrees   as 8738.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised  Teacher Education  Program
4. Recommendations for all  applicants     (continued)
second degrees following their teacher preparation program will, of
course, be subject to the regulations governing the degrees sought at
the time of re-admission to those programs; attendance at a regular
winter session may be necessary,  depending on the degree and the major.
5. Selection  of  candidates
The selection of candidates for admission will be by majority vote of an
Admissions Committee which represents both academic and professional
interests of the Faculty. Consideration will be given to all applicants
who satisfy the minimum admission requirements. In this selection, the
following guidelines are observed:
a. No discrimination is made with respect to age, gender,
ethnicity, religion, marital status, or economic status of the
applicant.   N.B.     DISCUSSION OF  THIS   ITEM WAS  POSTPONED.
b. This item was deleted,     (see page 8699).
c. Admission must, of necessity, be restricted to those who, in
the judgement of the Committee, are best qualified to meet the
mental and physical demands of the curriculum, and most likely
to complete successfully the full program of study. N.B.
DISCUSSION OF  THIS   ITEM WAS  POSTPONED.
d. Non-academic factors that may influence the decision of the
Committee are maturity, experience, and indications of
suitability for teaching as revealed by writing and speaking
ability and by expressed motivation and interest in a teaching
career.
e. Each applicant must submit for the consideration of the
Committee a statement of relevant experience on the
appropriate  form provided by the Registrar.
f. Each applicant must arrange for the Committee to receive two
confidential statements from referees qualified to attest to
the  applicant's suitability for teaching.
g. An interview may be required as a part of the admissions
procedure; applicants, similarly, may request a personal
interview. Applicants are responsible for their own expenses
in attending admissions   interviews. 8739.
May 21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
B.  The Elementary Teaching Program
The elementary teaching program allows candidates to focus their
preparation on either Early Childhood (Kindergarten - Grade 3) or the
Middle Childhood (Grades 4-7). The program extends over two academic
years of two terms each. Courses and associated school experiences must
be completed in the specified sequence.
After completing all program requirements candidates will be awarded the
Bachelor of Education (Elementary) degree.
Year 1, term 1
Prospective teachers are introduced to the theoretical bases of modern
educational practice. Studies include analysis of the nature and
objectives of education and of the developmental characteristics of
learners. Attention is given to candidates' own interpersonal and
communication skills and to strategies and methods of teaching.
Structured classroom observations and teaching experiences (such as
tutoring, peer teaching, and microteaching) are provided.
Year 1, term 2
This term begins with an intensive two-week school placement in which
candidates consolidate their understanding of the first term principles
and approaches and acquire classroom experience upon which to ground
studies of both ways of organizing knowledge for instruction and also
methods and strategies for teaching. Elementary candidates will prepare
to teach all subjects at specific grade levels. Classroom experience
continues  throughout  the  term in  conjunction with  a  core course.
Year  2,  term  1
Candidates spend this term in selected B.C. elementary schools. Each
candidate works closely with a team of experienced teachers who have
been specially prepared for this supervisory and instructional
responsibility. Faculty support, advice, and assessment are provided on
a regular basis.
Year 2, term 2
Following completion of the extended practicum, candidates undertake
professional studies to put their teaching competence in a more
comprehensive framework of knowledge and understanding. The term
includes elective or prescribed studies appropriate to each candidate's
personal  academic and professional  interests. 8740.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
B.  The Elementary Teaching Program  (continued)
1. The basic program
Year 1, term 1
Education 310 4.5 units
(Principles of Teaching: Elementary)
Education 315 0.0 units
(Pre-Practicum School Experience)
Education 316 1.5 units
(Communication Skills in Teaching)
Educational Psychology 313 1.5 units
(Educational Application of Developmental Theories)
Educational Studies 314 1.5 units
(Analysis of Education)
Year 1, term 2
Education 3 21 0.0 units
(Orientation School Experience:  Elementary)
Education 3 28 0.0 units
(Practice in Teaching:  Elementary)
Educational Psychology elective
One of:
Educational Psychology 3 22 1.0 unit
(Education during the Early Childhood Years)
Educational Psychology 3 23 1.0 unit
(Education during the Middle Childhood Years)
Curriculum and Instruction Courses
Art Education 3 20 1.0 unit
Education 320 (Physical Education) 1.0 unit
English Education 3 20 1.0 unit
Mathematics Education 320 1.0 unit
Music Education 320 1.0 unit
Reading Education 320 1.0 unit
Science Education 3 20 1.0 unit
Social Studies Education 320 1.0 unit
Year 2, term 1
Education 418 9.0 units
(Extended Practicum: Elementary) 8741,
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
B. The Elementary Teaching Program (continued)
Year 2, term 2
Education 420
(School Organization in its Social Context)
Educational Psychology 4 23
(Learning, Measurement and Teaching)
Educational Studies Elective
One of:
Educational Studies 4 25
(Educational Anthropology)
Educational Studies 4 26
(History of Education)
Educational Studies 4 27
(Philosophy of Education)
Educational Studies 4 28
(The Social Foundations of Education)
Educational Studies 429
(Educational Sociology)
Academic, Curriculum and Professional Electives
1.0 unit
1.5 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
1.5 units
4.5-6.0  units
(Courses selected in consultation with an advisor; candidates who wish
to complete a teaching concentration in an elementary school field
should select 6 units of courses related to their pre-admission subject
specialization.)
Total program requirements
2.   The special education program
35.5-37.0 units
This variant on the basic elementary teaching program prepares teachers
to educate mildly handicapped children (mildly intellectually impaired,
behaviourally disordered, and learning disabled).
The same admission requirements and procedures apply as for other
applicants to the elementary teaching program, except that applicants
must have completed 3 units of Special Education courses prior to
beginning the program of studies.  These courses are:
a. Special Education 312 (or 317)
b. Special Education 316
If these courses have not been included during the
university studies, admission may be to the basic elementary teaching
program with a recommendation for transfer to the special education
program conditional upon completing these courses before initial
registration (e.g., during summer session).
1.5 units
1.5 units
applicant's prior 8742.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For  Revised Teacher  Education  Program
The special education program    (continued)
The sequence of courses is the same as for the basic elementary program,
with the exceptions listed below. Where warranted, special sections of
courses are scheduled. In addition, attention is paid to school
placements throughout the program to ensure an orderly progression of
experience in working with exceptional  students.
Year 1,  term  1
Education 317 instead of 316
(Communication with Exceptional Students)
Year 1, term 2
Special  Education  420   (or  429)   and   431   instead  of
Music  Education  320 and  Education  320
(This  increases  course  load  by  1.0  unit)
Year  2,  term 1
Education 418, Extended Practicum: Elementary, will include an
assignment to a class including students with special educational needs
and a placement in a learning assistance centre for a significant
portion of the term. Substantial experience in regular classrooms will
also be scheduled.
Year 2, term 2
Educational  Psychology 421   instead  of  423
(Assessment of Learning Difficulties)
Instead  of   the   4.5  -  6.0  units   of  Academic,   Curriculum,   and  Professional
electives,   candidates will take:
Special  Education  436 1.5 units
(Behaviour  Disorders  in  Children)
Special  Education  electives 4.5  units
(Selected   from    Educational    Psychology   434;    Music    Education    412;
Physical   Education   362,   467;   Special   Education   313,   314,   342,   343,
344,   345,   347,   348,   390,   403,   406,   423,   437)
Total program requirements 38.0 units
3.  The Native  Indian teacher education program
This   program   is   directed   to   persons   of   native   Indian   ancestry.      It is
designed   to   build   upon   the   personal   and   cultural   resources   shared by
native Indian persons, and to prepare them for teaching positions in
B.C.  elementary schools. 8743.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
3.   The Native  Indian teacher education program     (continued)
NITEP includes similar requirements for both liberal education and
pedagogical preparation to those set for other candidates for elementary
teaching. The course sequence is, however, different. Applicants who
qualify for basic university admission, complete two years of courses at
one of the NITEP field centres where the program consists of arts and
science courses blended with pedagogical courses and structured school
experiences. To satisfy remaining degree requirements, candidates
attend  at  the U.B.C.   campus.
NITEP candidates will be eligible for the B.C. Standard Teaching
Certificate after completing all requirements listed for Years 1-4
below. They will qualify for the Bachelor of Education (Elementary)
degree and the B.C. Professional Teaching Certificate after completing
all prescribed courses and achieving an average of at least 65% on their
best 30 units of courses taken in Arts and Science fields, including the
9  senior   units.
To qualify for the degree a candidate must complete all program
requirements within 10 years of initial  registration.
Year   I
Education 140 or 141 1.5 units
(Introduction to Native Indian Studies)
Education 14 3 0.0 units
(Seminar and School Observation)
Educational Psychology 313 1.5 units
(Educational Application of Developmental Theories)
Education 316 1.5 units
(Communication Skills in Teaching)
English 10 0 or equivalent 3.0 units
Arts or Science courses 7.5 units
Year 2
Education  141 or   140 1.5 units
(Cultural Studies)
Education  2 40 1.5 units
(Issues  in Native  Indian Education)
Education  2 44 0.0  units
(Seminar and  Classroom Observation)
Education  315 0.0  units
(Pre-practicum School Experience)
Educational Studies  314 1.5 units
(Analysis of Education)
English composition or writing 3.0 units
Arts or  Science  courses 7.5 units 8744.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
3. The Native Indian teacher education program  (continued)
Year 3
Education  310 4.5  units
(Principles of Teaching:   Elementary)
Education  3 21 0.0  units
(Orientation  School  Experience:   Elementary)
Curriculum and   instructional  Studies  396 1.5 units
(Curriculum Development and Evaluation)
Arts  or  Science  courses 9.0 units
(Including courses  in laboratory science, mathematics,
and  social studies   (geography and  history)  if not
completed previously)
Year 4
Curriculum and   Instruction  Courses
Art  Education  3 20
Education  320   (Physical  Education)
English Education  3 20
Mathematics Education 320
Music  Education  3 20
Reading Education 320
Science  Education  3 20
Social  Studies Education 320
Education  3 28
(Practice  in Teaching:   Elementary)
Education  418
(Extended Practicum:   Elementary)
Educational  Psychology elective
One  of:
Educational Psychology 3 22
(Education during the  Early Childhood Years)
Educational Psychology 323
(Education during the Middle  Childhood Years)
Year   5
Education 420
(School Organization in its Social Context)
Educational Psychology 4 23
(Learning, Measurement and Teaching)
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
0.0 units
9.0 units
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.0 unit
1.5 units 8745.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
3.  The Native  Indian teacher education program     (continued)
Educational  Studies  Elective
One  of
Educational  Studies  4 25 1.5 units
(Educational  Anthropology)
Educational  Studies  4 26 1.5  units
(History of Education)
Educational  Studies  4 27 1.5 units
(Philosophy of Education)
Educational  Studies  4 28 1.5 units
(Social  Foundations  of  Education)
Educational Studies  429 1.5 units
(Educational Sociology)
Arts  and   Science  electives 9.0  units
(Senior courses  in one subject  field  included  in
the  B.C.  elementary school  curriculum)
Arts and  Science elective 1.5 units
(Junior  or  Senior)
Academic,   Curriculum,   and Professional Electives 3.0-4.5 units
(Courses selected  in consultation with an advisor)
Total program requirements 80.5  -  82.0  units
C.   The Secondary Teaching Program
The secondary teaching program enables candidates to prepare to teach one
or two subjects, depending on their prior background, at the secondary
grade  levels   (Grades  8  -  12).
The total program includes the equivalent of two full academic years of
courses and student teaching. The first three terms of the program are
scheduled within a 12-month period, beginning in September and concluding
in early August, thus enabling candidates to qualify for a teaching
certificate within one calendar year. Degree completion courses are taken
during a subsequent summer session or extra-sessionally, depending on
course availability.
Upon completion of all program requirements, candidates will be awarded
the Bachelor  of Education   (Secondary)  degree.
Term 1   (September  - December)
Prospective teachers are introduced to the theoretical bases of modern
educational practice and to strategies and methods of teaching, both in
general and in relation to the subject(s) they are preparing to teach.
Studies   include   analysis   of   the   nature   and   objectives   of   education  and   of 8746.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For  Revised  Teacher  Education  Program
C.   The Secondary Teaching Program
Term 1   (September  - December)     (continued)
the developmental characteristics of adolescent learners. Structured
classroom observations and teaching experiences (such as tutoring, peer
teaching,  and microteaching)   are provided.
Term 2  (January - April)
This term begins with an intensive two-week communications course in which
attention is given to the candidate's own interpersonal and communication
skills in relation to the demands of the secondary classroom. The
remainder of the term is spent in a selected B.C. secondary school where
the candidate works with a team of experienced teachers who have been
specially prepared for this supervisory and instructional responsibility.
Faculty support,   advice,   and  assessment  are provided  on  a  regular   basis.
Term 3  (May - August)
Following completion of the extended practicum, candidates return to the
campus for studies designed to put their teaching competence in a more
comprehensive framework of knowledge and understanding. An opportunity is
provided for them to enhance their subject-matter and/or pedagogical
competence.
Degree completion studies
This final phase of the program will ordinarily be completed as the first
phase of the beginning teacher's personal program of continuing
professional education. In consultation with an advisor, candidates will
select courses which complement their initial preparation and which
further  their  personal  and  professional   interests.
1.   The basic program
Term I   (September  - December)
Education  311 3.0  units
(Principles  of Teaching:   Secondary)
Education  315 0.0  units
(Pre-Practicum School Experience)
Education  319 0.0  units
(Orientation School Experience:     Secondary) 8747.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
C. The Secondary Teaching Program
1. The basic program (continued)
Educational Psychology 312 1.5 units
(Education during the Adolescent Years)
Educational Studies 314 1.5 units
(The Analysis of Education)
Curriculum and instruction Courses
Course(s) related to first teaching subject        2.0 units
Course(s) related to second teaching subject        2.0 units
(Candidates preparing to teach only one subject will
instead take additional courses related to that subject)
Term 2 (January - April)
Education 316 1.5 units
(Communication Skills in Teaching)
Education 3 29 9.0 units
(Extended Practicum: Secondary)
Term 3 (May - August)
Education 4 20 1.0 unit
(School Organization in its Social Context)
Educational Psychology 4 23 1.5 units
(Learning, Measurement, and Teaching)
Educational Studies elective 1.5 units
One of:
Educational Studies 4 25
(Educational Anthropology)
Educational Studies 4 26
(History of Education)
Educational Studies 4 27
(Philosophy of Education)
Educational Studies 4 28
(The Social Foundations of Education)
Educational Studies 429
(Educational Sociology)
English Education 4 26 2.0 units
(Language Across the Curriculum: Secondary)
Elective or prescribed course(s) related to teaching
major or concentration 4.5 units
(Courses selected in consultation with an advisor;
candidates admitted without both a teaching major
and a teaching concentration may be required to
strengthen their subject background.) 8748.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
C. The Secondary Teaching Program  (continued)
Degree completion courses
Educational Psychology elective 1.5 units
Academic, Curriculum, or Professional Electives 3.0 units
Total program requirements 35. 5'units
2. The special education program
This variant on the basic secondary teaching program especially prepares
candidates to teach their subject(s) to mildly handicapped children
(mildly intellectually impaired, behaviourally disordered, and learning
disabled).
The same admission requirements and procedures apply as for other
applicants to the secondary teaching program, except that applicants must
have completed 6 units of Special Education courses prior to beginning the
program of studies. These courses are:
a. Special Education 312 or 317 1.5 units
b. Special Education 316 1.5 units
c. Special Education 4 20 or 4 29 1.5 units
d. Special Education 431 1.5 units
If these courses have not been included during the applicant's first
degree studies, admission may be to the basic secondary teaching program
with a recommendation for transfer to the special education program
conditional upon the candidate completing these courses before initial
registration (e.g., during summer session).
The sequence of courses is the same as for the basic secondary teaching
program, with the exceptions noted below. Where warranted, special
sections of courses are scheduled. in addition, attention is paid to
school placements throughout the program to ensure an orderly progression
of experience in working with exceptional students.
Term 1
Same   as the basic  program 8749.
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APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
2. The special education program  (continued)
Term 2
Education 317 instead of 316.
(Communication with Exceptional Students)
Education 329, Extended Practicum: Secondary, will include an
assignment to a class including students with special educational needs
and a placement in a learning assistance centre for a significant
portion of the term. Substantial experience in regular classrooms will
also be scheduled.
Term 3
Educational  Psychology 4 61 1.5  units
(Educational Diagnosis and Remedial  Instruction)
This course replaces 1.5 units of the elective or prescribed
courses related to the teaching major or concentration. The other
3.0 units of this requirement are satisfied by Special Education
420 (or 429) and 431, provided these courses were not used as
credit towards another degree or diploma. Candidates who took
these courses for credit within another program will take 3.0 units
of  courses  on  the  same  basis  as  candidates  in  the  basic  program.
Degree completion courses
Special Education 4 36 1.5 units
(Behaviour Disorders in Children)
Special Education electives 3.0 units
(Selected from Educational Psychology 434;  English Education 337;
Mathematics  Education  471;   Music Education  412;   Physical
Education 362, 467; Reading Education 475;  Special Education 313,
314, 318, 342, 343, 344, 345, 347, 348, 390, 403, 418, 423, 437)
Total program requirements 35.5 units
D. Academic Regulations
Material in this section is supplementary to that given in the General
Information section of the calendar, and applies specifically to
students enrolled in the Faculty of Education. 8750.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
D. Academic Regulations  (continued)
1. English composition requirement
All candidates admitted to the Initial Teacher Education program must
pass the English Composition Test. Those who have not passed it prior
to admission will write the test at its first sitting after their
initial registration and must pass it before they will be permitted to
begin the Extended Practicum (Education 418 or Education 329).
Candidates who anticipate difficulty passing the test are advised to
enroll in a remedial English course in the Centre for Continuing
Education. Candidates in the secondary teaching program are encouraged
to sit the test in July prior to beginning the program.
2.Oral English requirement
All candidates admitted to the Initial Teacher Education program must
pass the Test of Competence in Oral English. The Test is administered
as a part of the registration procedure. Candidates who do not pass the
test will be required to undergo an evaluation of their spoken English
by the Faculty of Education. The results of both the Test and any
subsequent evaluation will be used to determine whether they will be
required:
a. to undertake a program of remedial work in spoken English
and/or to obtain further language conselling, or
b. to withdraw from the Faculty if their language difficulties
are such as to preclude effective participation in course work
and in the teaching practicum required of all candidates in
the program.
Candidates  will  not  be  permitted  to begin  the  Extended  Practicum
(Education 418 or Education 329) until they have passed this test.
3. Advancement
A candidate must normally have passed satisfactorily all courses
prescribed for the term or terms prior to the Extended Practicum before
advancing to this part of the program.
The record of each candidate on the Elementary Teaching Program is
reviewed by the Faculty Promotion Committee at the conclusion of the first
year to determine eligibility for promotion to Year 2 and at the end of
second year to determine eligibility for graduation and teacher
certification. 8751.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY  OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
D.  Academic Regulations     (continued)
The record of each candidate on the Secondary Teaching Program is reviewed
by the Faculty Promotion Committee at the conclusion of Term 1 to
determine eligibility for the extended practicum, at the conclusion of
Term 3 to determine eligibility for teacher certification, and at the
conclusion  of  the program to determine degree eligibility.
A candidate whose academic standing is unsatisfactory may be required
either to withdraw from the Faculty or to repeat some or all of the work
of  the term or terms under  review.
4. Supplemental examinations
In any session a candidate may be granted the privilege of writing
supplemental examinations in not more than 3 units of courses provided
that  the  candidate
a. wrote  the  scheduled   final   examination   and   achieved  an   overall
grade of at least 40%  in the course  in question,  and
b. achieved   credit   in   at   least    60%   of   a   course   load   of   over   6
units or  in at least  50%  of  a  course load  of  6 or  fewer units.
The Promotions Conmittee may, at its discretion, grant supplemental
privileges in a further 3 units to a candidate whose course load during a
regular  winter  session  is   in  excess of   15 units.
The Committee may also prescribe a supplemental Practicum, not to exceed 6
weeks, for candidates who at the conclusion of the Extended Practicum have
made significant progress but who have not attained the required standard
of teaching performance.
For the secondary teaching program, supplemental examinations for Term 1
courses will be  scheduled during the  first week  of  Term  2.
5. Withdrawal and  readmission
Candidates  who   are   required to  discontinue   from  the   program may  apply  for
readmission    a    year    later, subject    to    normal    university    regulations.
Candidates who are required to withdraw will not normally be permitted to
apply for  readmission. 8752.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and  Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY  OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar   Entry For  Revised  Teacher  Education  Program
D.  Academic Regulations
5. Withdrawal and   readmission     (continued)
Candidates who withdraw from the program voluntarily will not be entitled
automatically to return; each request for reinstatement will be
considered by the Faculty Admission Committee along with other
applications at  the time.
Candidates who for any reason fail to complete all requirements of the
program within a four year period will not be allowed readmission; they
may, however, submit new applications for admission and, if admitted, will
receive no advance credit  for courses completed previously.
6. Part-time  students
Because of the tightly-integrated character of the program candidates are
normally expected to pursue studies on a full-time basis until all
requirements are satisfied.
A limited number of candidates may be admitted to undertake Year 1 of the
elementary teaching program on a part-time basis over two academic years.
The Extended Practicum (Year 2, Term 1) must then be completed on a
full-time basis. A candidate who has completed three terms of the
elementary teaching program or two terms of the secondary teaching program
may seek the Appeals Committee's permission to complete the balance of the
program on a part-time basis. Such a request will be granted only if an
acceptable plan for program completion is presented; completion must be
within  4 years  of   initial   registration.
7. Advance credit
Except as provided in section F_ below, credit may not normally be
transferred from other institutions for courses prescribed for the first
three terms of the elementary teaching program or for the first two terms
of the secondary teaching program. In special circumstances students may
be granted permission to complete some or all of the courses prescribed
for the final term at another institution if (a) permission is sought in
advance, (b) the courses to be transferred are taken after all
requirements of preceding terms have been satisfied, and (c) these
courses are appropriate to the candidate's UBC program. 8753.
May  21,   1986
APPENDIX   'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF  EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
D. Academic Regulations     (continued)
8.     Academic appeal
An appeal,   in general,   falls  into one  of  two categories:
a. request  for  review of the  standing assigned  in a  course,  o_r
b. protest  of  a  decision  relating  to academic  studies.
For information concerning the procedures for initiating either of these,
a candidate should consult the General Academic Regulations in the General
Information section of this Calendar under the headings "Review of
Assigned Standing" and   "Appeal Procedure".
In the Faculty of Education appeals to the Dean related to Initial and
Continuing Teacher Education should be addressed in the first instance to
the Associate Dean (Teacher Education) for consideration, as warranted, by
the  Teacher Education Appeals  Conmittee.
E. Prior Programs
1. Students previously admitted to a B.Ed. (Elementary, Secondary, or
Special Education) degree program or the teacher education program
for graduates of other faculties for the Winter Session 1986-87 or
earlier should consult the 1986-87 Calendar for the most recent
requirements  for these programs.
2. To qualify for
(1) the Bachelor of Education (Elementary),
(2) the Bachelor of Education (Secondary), or
(3) the Bachelor of Education (Special Education)
according to the previous regulations, a candidate must have
completed all degree requirements by 31 August 1993.  Degrees will
not be conferred on the basis of the prior  requirements after this
date.
3. Students previously admitted to the programs of teacher education
for graduates of other faculties must have completed all
requirements of their programs by 31 August 1990.
4. Because the resources of the University do not permit all courses
for the above programs to be maintained until these dates,
students' elective choices may be reduced and substitutions for
program requirements may be necessary. 8754.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
F. Programs for candidates holding teaching certificates
1. Individuals who qualified for teaching certificates in B.C. or
elsewhere  and  whose  certificates  have  lapsed  should  make
application for admission to the initial teacher education program
as new students.  The normal admission requirements will apply.
Advance credit will not normally be granted.
2. Individuals who hold valid B.C. teaching certificates awarded either
a. on the basis of initial pedagogical preparation completed
during the previous 6 years, or
b. on the basis of initial pedagogical preparation completed
during the previous 10 years and who have taught on a
full-time basis for any 4 of the most recent 6 years (of which
at least 2 must have been within B.C.)
may apply for admission to the Initial Teacher Education program
with advance credit. All normal admission requirements will
apply. The admission committee may grant a maximum of 18 units of
credit for professional pedagogical studies and school experience
and may specify some variance from the normal program requirements
as warranted by the nature and extent of the prior preparation and
experience.
3. Persons who have a program of 9 or fewer units of pedagogical
courses prescribed by the Ministry of Education as a condition of
qualifying for a Professional teaching certificate may be admitted
as occasional students (see below). If student teaching is
prescribed, they must have completed equivalent pedagogical
preparation to that prescribed prior to the Extended Practicum
before beginning the practicum portion of their program.
G. Licensing Agencies and Professional Associations
(present material from pp. 112 - 113 essentially intact.)
H. Secondary teaching field requirements
In the following list of secondary teaching fields, "C" indicates that
the subject may be presented as a teaching concentration and "M" that it
may be presented as a teaching major. Because certain subjects are not
widely taught in B.C. secondary schools, candidates preparing to teach a
subject marked  "*" must  also prepare to  teach  at   least  one  not  so marked. APPENDIX 'B'
8755.
May 21, 1986
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
H. Secondary teaching field requirements  (continued)
Agricultural Sciences * c
Art C M
Biological Sciences c M
Business Education C M
Canadian Studies C
Chemistry C M
Chinese * C
Computer Science C M
Creative Writing * C
Earth and Space Science C M
English C M
French C M
German * C
Home Economics C M
Industrial Education M
Italian * c
Japanese * C
Mathematics C M
Music C M
Physical Education C
Physics C M
Russian * c
Social Studies (Emphasis on
Geography)  C M
Social Studies (Emphasis on
History)  C M
Social Studies (Emphasis on
Social Sciences) * C
Spanish * C
Theatre * C
The specific course requirements in secondary teaching fields for
admission to the B.Ed, are listed below. A teaching concentration
normally consists of 9 units of senior courses (numbered 300 or higher)
in addition to specified junior courses (numbered below 300); a teaching
major normally consists of 15 units of senior courses in additon to
specified junior courses. Students preparing to enter secondary
teaching should include all specified junior and senior courses, or
equivalents, for their intended teaching field(s) in their university
studies before seeking admission to the teacher education program.
1.  Agricultural Sciences
(Include here entries from 1985-86 Calendar, p.p.
120, col.2)
117, col. 1, to
27.  Theatre
II. CONTINUING TEACHER EDUCATION
A.    The Diploma   in Education
[Material passed by  Senate  in May,   1985,   but not yet  in  the
calendar,  essentially intact]
The   Faculty   of    Education   offers   a   Diploma    Program   with   several
fields  of  specialization within educational  theory and  practice   ... 8756.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
II. CONTINUING  TEACHER   EDUCATION
A. The  Diploma   in  Education     (continued)
[Sub-sections as  follows]
1. Admission
2. Requirements for the Diploma in Education
3. Residence requirements and transfer of credit
4. Fields of specialization
B. Occasional students
Persons not admitted to a degree or diploma program may be admitted
to take elective courses for which they satisfy all stated
prerequisites. Interested persons should inquire at the Teacher
Education Office concerning courses routinely open to them and
courses  for which departmental  approval   is   required.
C. Non-credit courses and programs
Through its Office of Field Development and in conjunction with
School Districts, the Faculty of Education makes non-credit as well
as credit professional development programs available to practising
teachers. Teachers may inquire of their district professional
development coordinator concerning programs being planned;
information is also available from the Faculty's Office of Field
Development.
III. GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN EDUCATION
(Material from 1985-86 Calendar,  p.  123 to be   inserted   intact).
Course proposals
Teacher Education
New courses
EDUC 310   (4.5) Principles  of  Teaching:  Elementary
EDUC 311   (3) Principles of Teaching:  Secondary
EDUC 315  (0) Pre-practicum School Experience
EDUC  316   (1.5) Communication Skills  in Teaching
EDUC 317   (1.5) Communication with Exceptional  Students
EDUC 319   (0) Orientation School Experience:  Secondary
EDUC 321   (0) Orientation  School  Experience:   Elementary
EDUC 328   (0) Practice in Teaching:  Elementary
EDUC 329   (9) Extended School Experience:  Secondary
EDUC 418   (9) Extended School Experience:   Elementary 8757.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
Teacher Education  (continued)
Changes:
EDUC    143    -    change    in    number,    title,    description    and
hours     (was  197)
EDUC 244 - change in number,  title,  description and
hours  (was 297)
EDUC 420 - change in number, units, title, description
and hours  (was 413)
Curriculum and  Instruction
New courses
ARTE 3 20 (1
EDUC 320 (1
ENED 320 (1
MAED 320 (1
MUED 320 (1
READ 320 (1
SCED 320 (1
SSED 320 (1
ARTE 314 (2
BUED 314 (2
CSED 314 (2
EDUC 314 (2
ENED 313 (2
ENED 314 (2
HMED 314 (2
INED 314 (2
MAED 314 (2
MLED 311 (1
MLED 312 (2
Curriculum  and   Instruction   in  Art:   Elementary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Physical
Education:   Elementary
Curriculum   and   Instruction   in   Language   Arts:
Elementary
Curriculum    and    Instruction    in    Mathematics:
Elementary
Curriculum       and       Instruction       in       Music:
Elementary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Reading:
Elementary
Curriculum      and      instruction      in      Science:
Elementary
Curriculum       and       instruction       in       Social
Studies:   Elementary
Curriculum  and   Instruction   in Art:   Secondary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Business
Education:   Secondary
Curriculum     and      instruction      in      Computer
Science:   Secondary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Physical
Education:   Secondary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Theatre:
Secondary
Curriculum and      Instruction      in      English:
Secondary
Curriculum and        instruction        in        Home
Economics: Secondary
Curriculum and     Instruction     in     Industrial
Education: Secondary
Curriculum and    Instruction    in    Mathematics:
Secondary
Curriculum and      Instruction      in      Chinese:
Secondary
Curriculum and       Instruction       in       French:
Secondary 8758.
May 21,  1986
APPENDIX   'B'
COurse and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF   EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar  Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program
Curriculum and  Instruction
New courses
MLED   313 (1
MLED   314 (1
MLED   315 (1
MLED   316 (1
MLED   317 (1
MLED   318 (1
MUED   314 (2
SCED   312 (1
SCED   313 (1
SCED   314 (1
SCED   315 (1
SCED   316 (1
SCED   317 (1
SSED   312 (1
SSED   313 (1
SSED   314 (1
SSED   315 (1
SSED   316 (1
continued)
Curriculum       and       Instruction       in
German:
Secondary
Curriculum
and
Instruction
in
Italian:
Secondary
Cur ri culum
and
Instruction
in
Japanese:
Secondary
Cur ri cu lum
and
Instruction
in
Rii ss i art:
Secondary
Cur ri culum
and
Instruction
in
Spanish:
Secondary
Cur ri culum
and
Instruction
in       Modern
Languages:
Curriculum
Secondary
and       Instruction
in       Mu si c:
Secondary
Curriculum
and
Instruction    in
Agricultural
Sciences:   Secondary
Curriculum     and     instruction     :
m
Biological
Sciences: Secondary
Curriculum    and     instruction     in     Chemistry:
Secondary
Curriculum     and     Instruction     in     Earth    and
Space  Science:  Secondary
Curriculum       and       Instruction       in       General
Science:   Secondary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Physics:
Secondary
Curriculum       and       Instruction       in       Social
Studies: Secondary
Curriculum      and      Instruction      in      Canadian
Studies: Secondary
Curriculum    and     instruction    in    Geography:
Secondary
Curriculum      and      instruction      in      History:
Secondary
Curriculum       and       Instruction       in       Social
Science:  Secondary
Educational Psychology and Special Education
New courses:
EDPS  312   (1.5) Education  during  the Adolescent  Years
EDPS 313  (1.5) Educational    Application    of    Developmental
The or i es
EDPS  322   (1) Education during the  Early Childhood  Years
EDPS  3 23   (1) Education  during the Middle  Childhood Years
EDPS  421   (1.5) Assessment  of  Learning  Difficulties
EDPS 4 23   (1.5) Learning, measurement,   and  teaching 8759.
May 21, 1986
APPENDIX 'B'
Course and Curriculum Proposals
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Proposed Calendar Entry For Revised Teacher Education Program (continued)
Language Education
New course     ENED 4 26 (2) Language across the Curriculum: Secondary
Social and Educational Studies
New courses     EDST 314 (1.5) Analysis of Education
Changes:       EDST 426 (1.5) - change in number, units and hours (was
430)
EDST 427 (1.5) - change in number, units and hours (was
400)
EDST 4 28 (1.5) - change in number, units and hours (was
407)
Split course:   EDST 470 (3)  to: EDST 429 (1.5) Educational Sociology
EDST 425 (1.5) Educational Anthropology

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