October 19, 2010

Date of Circulation 
October 19, 2010
Date by which Challenge Must be Received By Marlene Lewis, University Governance (local 2-1938)
November 2, 2010-Challenge to Section 75.3.2 (Cree)
November 24, 2010 - October 19, 2010 Section 75.3.2 (Cree) challenge resolution.
Date by which Course/Program Changes will  Automatically be Considered Approved in the Absence of Challenge
November 9, 2010
Comments: 
 
The changes herein are intended for implementation in 2011-2012.
 
Note from University Governance, October 20, 2010: In Section 75.4 Education Chart 2 Biological Sciences, PHYSL 212 should NOT be deleted and should appear in the right-hand column in number 4.
 
November 1, 2010 – Note from University Governance: Please note that a formal challenge has been received in University Governance by the November 2, 2010 challenge date to Section 75.3.2 of the October 19, 2010 Faculty of Education course and program circular. No action will be taken by the Office of the Registrar and Student Awards to include the changes to Section 75.3.2 in the next edition of the University Calendar until a resolution to the challenge has been reached between the Faculties.
 
November 24, 2010 – Note from University Governance: The resolution to the challenge received by the November 2, 2010 challenge date to Section 75.3.2 specific to the Second Languages - Cree was received on November 24, 2010. The changes originally circulated to the aforementioned 75.3.2 Cree Languages are to be disregarded. The new changes below are intended for implementation in 2011-2012, and appear here for information purposes.
 

The attached submission contains descriptions of course and/or program changes recently approved by the Faculty of Education. In accordance with Section 37 of the GFC Policy Manual, this material is posted here for information and/or challenge. Please note that the challenge procedure will only apply to:
  1. offering of new courses;
  2. dropping of existing courses;
  3. changes to the content of existing courses which alter the nature of the course;
  4. changes in prerequisites options and weights; and,
  5. changes to existing programs.
Should you wish to challenge any of the course and/or program changes in the attached submission, please take careful note of the above dates.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call:  Marlene Lewis, Associate Secretary to General Faculties Council, University Governance, local 2-1938.