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 THE   UNIVERSITY    OF   BRITISH    COLUMBIA
Vancouver Senate Secretariat
Senate and Curriculum Services
Enrolment Services
2016-1874 East Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
www.senate.ubc.ca
VANCOUVER SENATE
MINUTES OF DECEMBER 15, 1993
Attendance
Present: Vice-President D. R. Birch (Acting Chair), Chancellor R. H. Fee, Mr. S. Alsgard, Dr. A. P.
Autor, Mr. J. A. Banfield, Dr. J. Barman, Dr. J. D. Berger, Dean C. S. Binkley, Dr. A. E.
Boardman, Dr. D. M. Brunette, Dr. D. G. A. Carter, Ms. F. Chui, Dr. D. H. Cohen, Dr. T. S.
Cook, Dr. M. G. R. Coope, Dr. G. W. Eaton, Dr. J. H. V. Gilbert, Dr. J. Gosline, Dean J. R.
Grace, Dr. S. E. Grace, Mr. F. B. N. Horsburgh, Dr. M. Isaacson, Dr. J. G. T. Kelsey, Mr. G.
Kettyle, Dr. S. B. Knight, Dr. M. Fevine, Dr. S. C. Findstrom, Mr. R. W. Fowe, Dr. D. M. Fyster,
Dr. D. J. MacDougall, Dr. M. MacEntee, Dr. R T. A. MacGillivray, Mr. P. R. Marsden, Dean B.
C. McBride, Dr. H. McDonald, Mr. R S. McNeal, Dean J. H. McNeill, Mr. W. B. McNulty,
Dean A. Meisen, Dr. R. J. Patrick, Mr. R. F. de Pfyffer, Rev. W. J. Phillips, Mr. A. A. Raghavji,
Dr. D. J. Randall, Professor R. S. Reid, Professor J. A. Rice, Dean N. Sheehan, Dr. C. E.
Slonecker, Dean C. F. Smith, Ms. C. A. Soong, Dr. F. J. Stan, Dr. S. Thorne, Dr. W. Uegama, Dr.
J. Vanderstoep, Dr. E. W. Whittaker, Dr. R M. Will, Dr. D. Fl. Williams, Mr. E. C. H. Woo.
Regrets: President D. W. Strangway, Dean pro tem. M. A. Boyd, Mr. E. B. Goehring, Dean M. A.
Goldberg, Rev. J. Hanrahan, Dean M. J. Hollenberg, Mr. B. Horner, Dean M. P. Marchak, Mrs.
M. Price, Professor M. Quayle, Dean J. F. Richards, Mr. M. G. Schaper, Ms. F. M. Sparrow, Ms.
S. J. Spence, Dr. R. C. Tees, Dr. W. C. Wright, Jr.
Senate membership
REPLACEMENTS
Mr. Byron Horner replaces Mr. Jerry Olynyk - student senator at-large
Ms. Leona M. Sparrow - Lt. Governor appointee replacing Mr. Neil Davidson
Vice President Birch noted that Ms. Sparrow and Mr. Horner were unable to be present
at the meeting, and welcomed Chancellor Robert H. Lee to his first Senate meeting.
Minutes of the previous meeting
Dean McBride l        That the minutes of the second regular meeting
Dean Meisen i        of Senate for the Session 1993-94, having been
circulated, be taken as read and adopted.
10678
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Chair's remarks and related questions
It was noted that the word "proscribed" on page 10674 should read "prescribed", and
that the amount of $28,000 for the David Crombie National Entrance Scholarship should
read $2,800.
The motion, with the corrections
noted, was put and carried.
Chair's remarks and related questions
There were no remarks from the Chair.
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 that the Deans and Heads concerned with new programs be asked to indicate
the space requirements, if any, of such new programs.
i.      Awards (pp.10652-3, p.10676)
ii.      Establishment of the West-East Centre for Microbial Diversity (pp. 10646-8)
iii.      Establishment of the Asa Johal Chair in Paediatric Oncology, the Norman Keevil
Chair in Mineral Exploration, the Man in Motion Foundation Chair in Spinal Cord
Research, and a Chair in Biomedical Ethics (pp. 106648-9)
iv.      Establishment of a Chair in Feminist Fegal Studies (p. 10671)
Candidates for Degrees
Dean McBride l        That the candidates for degrees and diplomas,
Dean Meisen i        as approved by the Faculties and Schools, be
granted the degree or diploma for which they
were recommended, effective November 1993,
and that the Registrar, in consultation with the
Deans and the Chair of Senate, make any
necessary adjustments.
Carried.
Reports of Committees of Senate
CURRICULUM COMMITTEE (SEE APPENDIX B)
Dr. Berger, Chair of the committee, presented the following report.
Faculty of Arts
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the Faculty of Arts,
subject to editorial changes and the following:
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Reports of Committees of Senate
Page 1      ANTH 341 - delete "This course is a prerequisite for ANTH 431 and 432."
Page 7      Delete "...concerning the choice of an appropriate course." from the
proposed Calendar statement before "Latin Course Listings".
Page 19    FREN 474 - delete " (FREN 353 and 370 may be taken concurrently with
the permission of the instructor.)"
Page 25 GEOG 427 - delete the existing GEOG 427 and change the proposed
GEOG 427 to 426. In the description of GEOG 426 insert the words
"native and" before "immigrants".
Page 33    Honours in Spanish Language, First and Second Years, Spanish 330 should
read Spanish 300.
Page 41    Modern European Studies. Under "Requirements for the B.A. Degree First
and Second Year" change the last sentence to read "Courses with European
content recommended as first and second year electives are listed in the
Modern European Studies Handbook." and delete the list of courses
following this paragraph.
Page 42    Under "Modern European Studies requirements" change second paragraph
to read "24 credits to be chosen in consultation with an advisor from the
appropriate list in the Modern European Studies Handbook." and delete the
list of courses and text following this sentence up to the heading "Elective
Requirement".
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the Faculty of
Commerce and Business Administration, subject to minor editorial changes to the
description of COMM 439.
Faculty of Education
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the Faculty of
Education.
Faculty of Forestry
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the Faculty of
Forestry, subject to editorial changes.
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Reports of Committees of Senate
School of Human Kinetics
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the School of
Human Kinetics, subject to editorial changes.
Faculty of Medicine
The committee recommended approval of course changes from the Faculty of Medicine,
subject to the following revision to the course description:
ANAE 450 (2) Introduction to Anaesthesia Patient assessment and preparation for
surgery, conduct of general and regional anaesthesia; their complications and
management.
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
The committee recommended approval of curriculum proposals from the School of
Rehabilitation Sciences.
Dr. Berger l        That the proposals of the Faculties of Arts,
Mr. Woo j        Commerce and Business Administration,
Education, Forestry, Medicine, and the Schools
of Human Kinetics and Rehabilitation Sciences
be approved.
Dr. Will drew attention to the change in name of the Bachelor of Physical Education
(B.P.E.) degree to Bachelor of Human Kinetics (B.H.K.) which was noted in the
curriculum proposals from the School of Human Kinetics. He stated that this was
somewhat different from the usual curriculum proposals and that specific attention
should have been drawn to this proposal. He also noted that the proposed change had
been anticipated in that a statement in the Alumni Chronicle gives the impression that
Senate has already approved this change, and that the Student Information System shows
that this is already the name of the degree. Dr. Will stated that the assumption that Senate
would approve the proposed change reduces the significance of the decision making
function of Senate and he hoped that this would not happen again.
Senate agreed to a request that Dr. Schutz, Director of the School of Human Kinetics, be
allowed to respond to a query by Dr. Will. Dr. Schutz stated that the name of degrees in
this area varied greatly across Canada. Some universities had a Bachelor of Science in
Kinesiology, some a Bachelor of Kinesiology and others a Bachelor of Human Kinetics.
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Reports of Committees of Senate
Dr. Schutz said that the School felt that degree was appropriate for its program which
includes humanities and social sciences as well as sciences. The School felt that the
designation Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics would have been too restrictive. Dr.
Schutz also confirmed that although the title of the degree was to be changed the colours
of the hood would remain unchanged.
Dr. Cook
Dr. Williams
That the proposal to change the name of the
B.P.E. degree to B.H.K. be separated from the
motion.
Lost.
The motion to approve the recommendations of
the Curriculum Committee was put and carried.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Dr. Williams, Chair of the committee, presented the following recommendations to fill
vacancies on Senate committees:
Curriculum Committee
Mr. Byron Horner - replacing Mr. J. Olynyk
Library Committee
Mr. Byron Horner - replacing Mr. J. Olynyk
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Reports of Committees of Senate
Dr. Williams l        That the recommendations of the Nominating
Mr. Marsden i        Committee be approved.
Carried.
STUDENT APPEALS ON ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE
Professor Reid, Chair of the Committee, presented the following report:
Pages 33 and 34 of the current University Calendar deal with information concerning Student
Discipline and end with the following heading and sentence.
APPEALS
A student has the right to appeal against the decision of the President to the Senate
Committee on Student Appeals on Academic Discipline.
The Senate Committee on Student Appeals on Academic Discipline recommends to Senate that
the word "against" in the above sentence be changed to "from" and the following paragraphs
be added after the above sentence:
A student who wishes to appeal the decision of the President must notify the University
Registrar in writing and must provide a full explanation of the reasons for appealing.
Appeal hearings are relatively informal. They take place before several members of the
University Senate. A student is entitled to be represented or assisted throughout the appeal
process by an advocate who may be a friend, a relative or legal counsel. The student is
entitled to explain the reasons for appealing either orally or in writing, and may call
witnesses. The President is represented by his representative who presents the reasons for
the President's decision.
The members of the Committee may ask questions of both the student and the President's
representative. As soon as possible after the hearing is completed, the Committee will
notify the student of its decision in writing.
Prof Reid l        That the recommendations of the Committee
Mr. Kettyle i        on Student Appeals on Academic Discipline be
approved.
It was agreed that the substitution of the word "from" for the word "against" was
unnecessary and that the statement under the heading APPEALS could simply read "A
student has the right to appeal the decision...".
The motion was put
and carried.
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Academic Year 1994-95
STUDENT AWARDS
Dr. Cook, Chair of the Committee, presented the report. Dr. Cook drew Senate's
attention to the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Entrance Bursary
totalling $50,000 stating that the provision of this bursary money would enable more
eligible students to attend UBC. Dr. Cook informed Senate that out of 400 well qualified
students only approximately 100 receive entrance scholarships. She felt that this was a
very important addition to the entrance scholarship program, particularly since bursaries
(unlike loans) are not repayable. Dr. Cook also drew attention to the Memorial
Scholarship in Canadian Studies in the name of Paul S. Plant stating that the Plant family
had been closely associated with UBC for three generations.
Dr. Cook l        That the awards (listed in Appendix A) be
Mr. Banfield i       accepted and forwarded to the Board of
Governors for approval and that letters of
thanks be sent to the donors.
Carried.
Academic Year 1994-95
A draft of the section of the Academic Year for inclusion in the Calendar had been
circulated for information.
In response to a query, Dean Smith stated that the Faculty of Law was not starting classes
a week later than other Faculties, in fact they were starting at the same time, the reason
being that there was not sufficient time to run the orientation program in the time
available between the end of August and Labour Day.
Report on UBC Student Exchanges and Education Abroad Programs
A report on UBC exchanges and Education Abroad programs had been circulated for
information. Vice President Birch drew attention to the work done by Martha Kertesz,
Student Exchange Program Coordinator, who, organizationally, reports to the Registrar,
stating that she has done a superb job of working with the rapidly growing number of
exchange students.
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Report on Recent Activities in the Training of Teaching Assistants
In response to a query by Dr. Grace as to which institutions in Canada are currently in
the process of negotiating with UBC for these exchanges, Vice President Birch stated that
page 2 of Appendix 10 of the report lists those who expressed an interest in being part of
a consortium for exchange. Since the publication of this list, the University of
Saskatchewan, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Ryerson had been added. In
addition there is a group of ten research intensive universities in Canada which have
agreed in principle that they would like to encourage exchanges among their number.
Report on Recent Activities in the Training of Teaching Assistants
A report on recent activities in the training of Teaching Assistants, prepared by Gail
Riddell, Director of the Centre for Faculty Development and Instructional Services, had
been circulated for information.
In commenting on the report, Mr. Woo, student senator, stated that students were
encouraged by institution of this initiative and hoped that the University would continue
this project.
Vice President Birch stated that some Faculties, with the cooperation of the Centre,
maintained systematic programs.
In response to a query by Mr. Kettyle, Vice President Birch stated that as recommended in
the Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Teaching Evaluation, each year the Academic
Vice President Birch reports to Senate on the action that has been taken following
assessment of teaching that is less than satisfactory.
Dr. Levine noted that there is a program for peer consultation for members of staff who
feel that they would like an objective peer to sit in on their lectures, review their
performance, and make recommendations as to how they can improve.
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University College Programs
University College Programs
A report from Vice President Birch on UBC's joint ventures with Okanagan University
College and the University College of the Cariboo had been circulated for information. It
was noted that the report contained a list of the courses offered and the instructors
approved to teach them, and that this year 48 Science courses and 57 Arts courses are
offered at UCC and 38 Science and 70 Arts courses at OUC. It was stated that all
instructors are appropriately qualified, are engaged in scholarly activity and have been
approved by the relevant UBC department. In light of this, Vice President Birch proposed
that subsequent reports not include the list of courses and instructors. The next report
will focus on the review planned for 1994/95 and the principles and process to govern
transition to the degrees being granted by the University Colleges. UBC's coordinators
have recommended that students who have begun in a program leading to a UBC degree
be permitted to receive a UBC degree provided they complete requirements within a
reasonable time.
Referring to the circulated report, Vice President Birch noted that both P. Dill and W.
Smythe, teachers of Psychology courses, have Ph.D. degrees and that this had been
inadvertently omitted from the report.
Report on Enrolment 1993-94
A report on enrolment for 1993-94 had been circulated for information.
Other business
ACOUSTICS OF UBC CLASSROOMS
Dr. Kelsey drew Senate's attention to a report on the acoustics of UBC classrooms. The
report had been recently prepared for the University's Ad Hoc Committee on Hearing
accessibility by Dr. Murray Hodgson of the Occupational Hygiene Program. It presents
well documented findings to support the conclusion that the UBC classroom
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Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
stock is of far from optimum acoustical quality, but that significant improvement would
be feasible. Since the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on the Environment for Teaching is now
disbanded, Dr. Kelsey stated that he was sending a copy of the report to the Senate
Academic Building Needs Committee.
In discussion, Dr. Autor observed that this report was particularly useful for
consideration of conference facilities on campus. She noted that the availability of high
quality classroom space was important to attracting academic conferences. Vice President
Birch suggested that the University could consider allocating some of the monies realized
from conference fees to classroom renovation.
In response to a query by Mr. McNeal, student senator, Dr. Kelsey stated that the size of
classrooms tested, ranged from 30 seats to 600.
SCHOLARSHIPS
Mr. Woo brought to the attention of Senate a complaint from a student who had
discontinued his studies and left British Columbia. The complaint concerned a request
from Financial Services that the student return the monies received during the time he was
in attendance at UBC. Vice President Birch stated that if the information were provided,
he would look into this matter.
Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
HONORARY DEGREES
Dean McBride, Chair of the committee, presented the report recommending that the
following be invited to accept honorary degrees at the 1994 congregation ceremonies.
George H. Bowering      Poet and fiction writer
Vernon C. Brink Professor Emeritus, Plant Science
Margaret Catley- President, Population Council, New York
Carlson
Wallace B. Chung Professor Emeritus of Surgery
Otto Lionel Forgacs       Senior Vice President, Research and Development, MacMillan
Bloedel Ltd.
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Report of the Tributes Committee (in camera)
Koichiro Ejiri
Chair of the Board and Executive Director of Mitsui and Co. Ltd.
Diana Kilmury
Verna J. Kirkness
David G. A. McLean
Co-Chair of Teamsters for a democratic union and International
Vice-President at large of the International Brotherhood of
Teamsters
Director, First Nations House of Learning (retired) and Associate
Professor, Faculty of Education (retired)
Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the McLean Group of
Companies
Helen Mussallem Prominent and outstanding member of the nursing profession.
For her outstanding achievements she has been elected to the
Order of Canada and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing
in the United Kingdom; a Dame of the Order of St. John and a
recipient of the Florence Nightingale Medal of the International
Red Cross.
Patricia M. Proudfoot
(The Honourable
Madame Justice)
Judge, Supreme Court of B.C.
John Lewis Robinson
Professor Emeritus of Geography
Jane Vance Rule
Novelist and Essayist
William George
Gabriel Saywell
President and Chief Executive Officer Asia Pacific Foundation of
Canada and past President of Simon Fraser University
Sen Soshitsu
(Grandmaster)
Grand Tea Master, Urasenke Tradition of Tea, Abbot of
Kyoshinan Temple
Michael Smith
Director, Biotechnology Laboratory and Professor Department of
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Nobel Prize in Chemistry -
1993
Audrey Grace
Thomas
Novelist and short story writer
John Napier Turner
Former Prime Minister of Canada. Partner in Toronto law firm
of Miller Thompson. UBC graduate and Rhodes scholar.
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Adjournment
Dean McBride
Dean Meisen
Dr. Cook
Mr. Woo
That the recommendations of the Tributes
Committee concerning honorary degrees be
approved.
That the recommendations be considered
seriatim.
Lost.
The motion to approve the
recommendations of the committee
was put and carried.
EMERITUS STATUS
Dr. Eaton requested that the Tributes Committee consider policies and procedures for
rescinding emeritus status under certain circumstances.
Adjournment
The meeting adjourned at 9:00 p.m.
Next meeting
The next regular meeting of Senate will be held on Wednesday, January 19, 1994.
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Appendix A
Appendix A
AWARDS RECOMMENDED TO SENATE
Harold B. and Nellie BOYES Memorial Scholarship-Scholarships totalling $10,000 have
been endowed by Winnifred E. Boyes to honour her parents Harold B. and Nellie Boyes.
The awards are offered to students in any year or Faculty. (Available 1993/94 Winter
Session.)
BUDDHIST Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation Entrance Bursary -Bursaries totalling
$50,000 are offered by the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation of Canada
for students entering the University of British Columbia from high school. In selecting
candidates, recommendations from high school principals will be given favourable
consideration. (Available 1994/95 Winter Session.)
CU&C Health Services Society Scholarship-A $1,000 scholarship is offered by CU&C
Health Services Society to a student entering the final year of the Bachelor of Dental
Science dental hygiene degree completion program who has demonstrated an awareness of
and interest in research. The award is made on recommendation of the Faculty of
Dentistry. (Available 1993/94 Winter Session.)
LIANG Bursary-A $300 bursary is offered by a UBC graduate to honour the generosity of
the Liang family. The award is offered to an undergraduate student at the University of
British Columbia. (Available 1993/94 Winter Session.)
Jack B. MITCHELL Memorial Bursary in Mining and Mineral Process Engineering -A
$2,500 bursary has been established in memory of Jack B. Mitchell by Betty Mitchell,
friends and colleagues. The award is offered to third year students in Mining and Mineral
Process Engineering . Preference will be given to students from small communities in
Canada focused on the mining industry. (Available 1993/94 Winter Session.)
J. F. MUIR Bursary-Bursaries totalling $41,600 have been endowed through a bequest in
memory of J F. Muir by Lillian Muir. The awards are offered to students in the Faculties
of Science and Applied Science, Engineering. (Available 1994/95 Winter Session.)
J. F. MUIR Scholarship in Science-Scholarships totalling $28,800 have been endowed
through a bequest in memory of J. F. Muir by Lillian Muir. The awards are offered to
students in the Faculty of Science on the recommendation of the Faculty. (Available
1994/95 Winter Session.)
J. F. MUIR Scholarship in Engineering -Scholarships totalling $12,800 have been endowed
through a bequest in memory of J. F. Muir by Lillian Muir. The awards are offered to
engineering students on the recommendation of the Faculty of Applied Science. (Available
1994/95 Winter Session.)
Paul S. PLANT Memorial Scholarship in Canadian Studies-A $1,500 scholarship has been
endowed by family and friends in memory of Paul S. Plant (BA '49), Vancouver
businessman, longtime student of and participant in Canadian politics, and lifelong friend
of UBC. The award is offered to an undergraduate student majoring in Canadian Studies.
The award is made on the recommendation of the Faculty of Arts. (Available 1993/94
Winter Session.)
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Appendix B
Appendix B
COURSE AND CURRICULUM PROPOSALS
Faculty of Arts
Anthropology and Sociology
Changes ANTH 341, 431 - change in title, description and hours
ANTH 305, 318, 319, 321, 322, 323, 410, 411, 420 - change in
prerequisites
New course ANTH 432 (3/6)d The Anthropology of Public Representation
Changes to program statement
Asian Studies
Change in program statement
New course ASIA 368 (3) Common Religious Traditions in China
Changes ASIA 365, 366 - change in title and description
Classics
Changes GREK 100, 125, 200, LATN 100, 200, 300, 305 - change in hours
LATN 301, 403, 404, 405, 407, 408, 410 - change in prerequisites
Add statement before Latin course listings: Students with any high school Latin who
wish to pursue the study of Latin further should consult the Department of Classics.
Deletion LATN 120
English
Change to Literature Area Group
New courses
Changes
ENGL 333 (3) Canadian Criticism and Theory
ENGL 422 (3) The Long Poem in Canada
ENGL 425 (3) Canadian Short Fiction
ENGL 420, 424 - change in credit, title, description and hours
ENGL 421 - change in credits, description and hours
Fine Arts
Deletions
New courses
FINA 355, 256
FINA 357 (6) Art of India and Southeast Asia
FINA 358 (6) Later South and Southeast Asian Art
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Appendix B
French
Changes to program statements
Deletions
New courses
Changes
Geography
Changes
Deletion
FREN 115, 120, 202, 323, 352, 354, 450, 452, 477
FREN 121 (3) Contemporary French Language
FREN 122 (3) Contemporary French Language and Literature I
FREN 123 (3) Contemporary French: Language and Literature II
FREN 222 (3) Studies in French Language and Style I FREN 223 (3)
Studies in French Language and Style II
FREN 320 (3) French Literature from the Middle Ages to 1700 in its
Historical and Cultural Context
FREN 321 (3) French Literature from 1700 to the Present in its
Historical and Cultural Context
FREN 353 (3) French Grammar
FREN 355 (3) French Composition I
FREN 357 (3) Translation I
FREN 402 (3/6)d An Introduction to French Poststructuralist
Thought
FREN 426 (3) Staging Theatre in French
FREN 453 (3) French Stylistics
FREN 455 (3) French Composition II
FREN 457 (3) Translation II
FREN 465 (3) Introduction to Old French
FREN 474 (3) Synchronic Lexicology
FREN 334, 335, 370, 470, 341, 342, 400, 403, 462, 475, 472, 473 -
change in prerequisites
FREN 220 - change in title and prerequisites
FREN 300 - change in title, credits, description, prerequisite and
hours
FREN 346 - change in title, credits, prerequisite and hours
FREN 351 - change in number, credits, description, prerequisite and
hours (previously FREN 356)
FREN 471 - change in number, credits, description, prerequisite and
hours (previously FREN 456)
FREN 461 - change in number and prerequisites (previously FREN
460)
FREN 215, 476 - change in title, description and prerequisites
GEOG 290, 329, 357, 362 - change in hours
GEOG 499 - change in title, credits, description and prerequisite
GEOG 427
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Appendix B
New courses        GEOG 426 (3) Historical Geography of British Columbia I
GEOG 428 (3) Historical Geography of British Columbia II:
Research Seminar
Change in program requirements
Germanic Studies
Changes GERM 204 - change in description
GERM 300, 310 - change in prerequisites
Deletion GERM 304
New course GERM 403 (3/6)d Studies in Modern German Culture (in English)
Changes to program statement
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Change in program description
Changes SPAN 330 - change in number and description (previously SPAN
211)
SPAN 435 - change in number and prerequisite (previously SPAN
335)
Deletion SPAN 349
Italian Studies
Addition of program description
Changes ITAL 431 - change in credits, description and hours
ITAL 432 - change in credits, title and description
History
Changes in program requirements
Change HIST 486 - change in number and title (previously HIST 273)
Deletions HIST 318,418
New courses       HIST 335 (6) Gender, Politics, and Culture in Modern Europe
HIST 415 (6) Early Modern Britain
HIST 490 (3) Seminar for History Majors
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Appendix B
Interdisciplinary Studies
Change to Arts Double Major Program Statement: Note: Modern European Studies
may be taken in combination with certain other fields of specialization as one
component of a Double Major program. There is no single major in Modern
European Studies.
New major: Modern European Studies
Medieval Studies
Change in program description
Psychology
Change to program requirements
Religious Studies
Changes RELG 303 (6) The Legacy of Ancient Israel Split into two courses:
RELG 304 (3) Creation and Covenant in Ancient Israel
RELG 305 (3) Prophecy and Kingship in Ancient Israel
RELG 365, 366 - change in title and description
New course RELG 368 (3) Common Religious Traditions in China
Women's Studies
Change in program description
School of Social Work
Change in program description
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
Changes COMM 335, 439 - change in description and prerequisite
COMM 437, 438 - change in prerequisites
Faculty of Education
Language Education
Change READ 473, 475, 476, 477 - change in prerequisites
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Appendix B
Faculty of Forestry
Changes
Changes
Changes
Changes
Changes
B.S.F. Forest Management Major - miscellaneous corrections and
program changes
FRST 232 - change in description
FRST 332 - change in description and vector
FRST 419 - change in title, description, prerequisites
FRST 421 - change in prerequisites, number, add description
(previously FRST 423)
FRST 423 - change in title, number, description, prerequisites
(previously FRST 421)
FRST 422 - change in prerequisites
Forest Science Major B.Sc. (Forestry) - miscellaneous corrections and
program changes
FRST 305 - change in description and prerequisites
FRST 306 - change in description
FRST 495 - change in title
CONS 330 - change in title, description and vector
B.Sc. Natural Resources Conservation - miscellaneous corrections
and program changes
CONS 481 - change in title and description
FRST 491 - change in title and prerequisites
Forest Operations Major (B.S.F.) - program changes
FOPR 260 - change in vector
Wood Science and Industry Major B.Sc. (Forestry) - miscellaneous
corrections and program changes
School of Human Kinetics
Change the name of the baccalaureate degree from Bachelor of Physical Education
(B.P.E.) to Bachelor of Human Kinetics (B.H.K.) and Calendar changes
Changes HKIN 303, 361, 363, 461, 462, 463, 343, 368, 392, 448, 464, 372
change in prerequisites
HKIN 252 - change in number, title, description and prerequisites
(previously 352)
HKIN 355, 468 - change in description
HKIN 364 - change in description and prerequisite
HKIN 400 - change in title and description
 Vancouver Senate 10696
Minutes of December 15,1993
Appendix B
Faculty of Medicine
Change ANAE 450 - change in description
School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Changes Core courses common to both Occupational and Physical Therapy
will be designated RHSC
Courses in Occupational Therapy will be designated RSOT
Courses in Physical Therapy will be designated RSPT
RHME 429 - change in course designator, credits and description,
now RHSC 429 (l-6)d

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