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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, Auguit 11, 1972 THE LETHBRIDC-E HERAID 17 B THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM 1972 Fall Semester Complete Idle Afternoon and Evoning Degree Programs will continue to he offc will bo provided in Sociology, History, Politico! Science, Psychology, English and AM menls will also bo offered. DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: SEPTEMBER 6, 1972 ARTS AND SCIENCE COURSES: CODE 0226 Arl 2700 Art 3700 0218 Arl 2450 0204 Art 2000 0234 Art 3200 5509 Asl. 3000 6020 Biol. 3500 0552 Econ. 4050 1002 Eng. 1000 1004 Eng. 2000 1028 Eng. 2900 1270 Geology 2060 1248 Geology 3520 1502 Hisl. 1000 1506 Hist. 2010 4536 Fr, 4150 4585 Rus. 1000 4590 Span. 1000 7014 Phil. 2050 6664 Phy. Ed. 2820 6674 Phy. Ed. 3640 6540 Phy. Acl. 1280 6542 Phy. Act. 1290 2002 Pol. Sc. 1000 2508 2100 2514 Psy. 2500 2547 Psy. 3500 3050 Soc. 1000 3051 2020 courses will be SECTION TIME N p.m. N p.m. N p.m. p.m. p.m. N A COURSE NAME Prinlmaking I Prinlmoking II Photography I Two Dimensional Design Neoclassrcism Through Post Impressionism 19lh Century Studies in Astronomy N p.m. Seminar in Biol. Science! A n.m. Industrial Economics N p.m. Introduction to Literature N p.m. Canadian literature H p.m. The English Language A p.m. Physical Geology N p.m. Urban Geography N p.m. The European Heritage N p.m. History of Greece N p.m. 20lh Century Literature A p.m. Inter. Russian I A 4-.00-- p.m. Inter. Spanish I A p.m. Philosophy of Education A p.m. Contemp. Health Issues N p.m. Culture Physical Activity N p.m. Creative Dance N p.m. Track and Field I A p.m. Inlro. to Political Studies N p.m. Development Psychology N p.m. Personality N p.m. Abnormal Psychology A p.m. Basic Concepts in Sociology N p.m. Social Problems N p.m. occcpled tor credit toward a Bachelor of Social Work degree by red in six disciplines. Majors Courses from other deport- Mon. Wed. Won. Wed. Mon. Wed. Tues. Thurs. Tues. Thurs. Tues. only Thurs. only Mon. only Thurs. only Tues. only Tues. Thurs. Tues. only Wed. only Mon. only Wed. only Mon. Wed. Wed., Fri. Mon., Wed., Fri. Tues. Thurs. Mon. only Wed. only Tues. Thurs. Mon., Wed., Fri. Wed. only Thurs. only Wed. only Mon., Wed., Fri. Wed. only Tues. only 1ho University of Calgary EDUCATION COURSES: CODE 0701 Edu. 0705 Edu. 0712 Edu. 0714 Edu. 0721 Edu. 0732 Edu. 0737 Edu. 074T Edu. 0749 Edu. 0763 Edu. 3010 3050 3170 3190 3360 4000 4070 4150 4260 4520 COURSE NAME SECTION Behavioral Sciences in Edu. N Philosophy of Education A Technologies of Mass Instructions N Curriculum SlU'dies N Analysis of Teaching N Innovations in Education N Politics of Education N Reading: Theory Diagnosis N Sem. for Supervisory Person. N Psy. and Edu. of Children N with Primary Learning Disorders I TIME p.m. p.m. p.m.' p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Tues. Tues. Thurs. Thurs. Tues. Mon. Tues. Thurs. Wed. Wed. Wed. CENTRE filairmore Brooks Cartiston Claresholm Foremost Fort MacLeod Mayrarh Milk River Hncher Creek Raymond Taber Vulcan PROGRAM OF OFF-CAMPUS COURSES 1972 Fall Semester Instruction in all off-campus courses will commence the week beginn DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: SEPTEMBER 22, COURSE NUMBER CODE ng September 11, 1972. 1972 Education 3170 0712 Technologies of Mass Instruction Education 4000 0732 Innovations in Education Philosophy 4000 7044 Or Education 4050 0736 Philosophy of Education Education. 3010 0701 Behavioral Sciences In Education Educalion 4300 0752 English Methods Sociology 2230 Social Psychology English 3600 1060 Studioi In Molor Education 4800 0771 Social Studies Methods Art 2000 0204 Dimensional Design English 2600 1020 World Masterpieces Educalion 3050 0705 Philosophy of Educalion Education 3290 0719 Curriculum Evaluation History 2510 1512 Britain from Early Times 1o 1485 Educalion 4360 0755 Seminar for Praclicing Education 3270 0718 Introduction to School Librarianship Phycholocjy 2300 2510 Learning History 3630 1552 Colonial America Through file Revolution 1607-1783 LOCATION X Isabelle Sellon Shool Tues. p.m. J. Meyers X Brooks Elementary School Thurs. p.m. E. E. Falkenberg X Brooks Elementary School Mon. p.m. R. A. Hall X Cardslon High School Mon. p.m. G. Campbell X Willow Creek Comp. High School Tues. p.m. J. L. Gajadharsingh X Willow Creek Comp. High School Thurs. p.m. H. R. Weaver X Foremost High School Mon. p.m. E. G. Mardon X F. P. Walsha School Mon. p.m. C. A. Thomson X F. f. Walshe School Wed. p.m. H, A. Hicks X Magralh High School Mon. p.m. L. R. McKenzie X Erie Rivers High School Wed. p.m. R. N. Anderson X Mallhew Halton High School Wed. p.m. A. Loewen X Matthew Hallon High School Thurs. p.m. J. H. Campbell X Raymond Elemenlary School Tues. p.m. S. A. Earl X W, R. Myers High School Mon. p.m. C. Hastings X W. R. Myers High School Wed. p.m. J. D. Read X Vulcan Central High School Tuos. p.m. J. H. Campbell FURTHER INFORMATION: ADMISSION: admisiion may be gained under oi flier the regular admlislon program or tho special moturn ttudenl proceduro which It open to c very on o over 19 yoors of ago who nol meet itio regular orilrnneo orvd who hai been nwoy from formal ichooling for at loajt one. year. COURSE SELECTION: shidpnli will hovp f madam rt> shop around at Iho beginning of onch someslor. This will particularly oppoaling lo people hoving limited osiocio- lion will> tho UnlvcoHy by providing cm lo and lelcd tho rnoif dcilrabln of per- sonal interest, IDENTICAL DEGREE: Iho programs aro llio inmo thoie oMored during Irm day by Iho samo faculty people and will consistency of tho academic ilond- ord. BUS SERVICE; regular bus icrvico will onuuro occcisi- bilily of Iho wcjl campus for evenmg PARKING Is ovnilohlo by per mil, Pica so contncl Office STUDENT SERVICES: oil regular ilurlonh will bn nvniloblo lo ponons infnresred in toting o decjroo Iho evening firjonclol and awarcU, lino1 nnd food faculty advisori, bootcstoro, library AUDIT: pcrncmi who wiih lo take courioi for inlnreil i.e. oudir, nol credit con rcgiHer Auditors. Tho few for phis h per courio. No tronscripu need bo luh- miFted under thii cafcgory. However tho signature- of Iho Inilruclor ond Dean of Faculty U required; >l is llio student's responsibility to obtain these signolures. DOCUMENTS: students who have never been admilled lo University muit ensure lhat admission forms ond other documents are submillcd to the Office. Deadline for receipt of mailed in registration lormi Sept. 22, 1972. On-compui regis- tration Sept. 6, 1972. Instruction in olf-compui REGISTRATION: information on registration procedure! ond Application for Admission ond Registration or Audit forms con bo obtained from tho Registrar, The University of lethbridge, Lethbridge. Alberta. Interested persons should contact the Registrar (329- 2231) concerning admission procedures or tho Faculty ol Arts and Sciences office of Continuing Education or Iho Faculty of Education, office of Con- tinuing Education For a more detailed de- scription of Iho various courses offered ond 8.A. Program ask tho Registrar's office lo provide you wilh