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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE PAM THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONTINUING EDUCATION EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM 1972 SEMESTER Complete evening degree programs will be offered In discipline! beginning in the Spring Semester, January, 1972. Majors will be provided in Sociology, History, Political Science, Psychology, English and Art. Courses from ether departments will continue to be Deadline for Registration: January 10, and ANTH Concepts In ANTH of ANTH Economies A ART to ART ART Dimensional ART ART OilS ART Survey Japan 1 S.E. ART ART in Art BIOL in Biological BIOl DRMA ECON Economics EDU EDU Sciences In EDU of Moss EDU of EDU and EDU and EDU EDU and EDU for Supervisory EDU Technology of Mats Instruction Mon. EDU Education of Behavioural ENG to ENG of English Literature ENG of World Masterpieces Wed., FR GEOG HIST European HIST America In the Modern HIST Golden Age of PHIL PHIL of FED In the Leisure PAC and Round PAC and 6i'l5 PAC and PAC Track and PHYS of PHYS PHYS Philosophy PHYS Experimental Wed.. POLSC to Political POLSC POLSC Wed., POLSC PSY Concepts of PSY PSY In SOC Concepts In SOC SOC of Program of Off-Campus Courses 1972 Spring Semester Instruction In all off-umpu> wiH week beginning January 17, 1972 Deadline for Regiitratiort: Jan. 28, 1972 BLAIRMORE Education 4150 Reading Theory BOW ISLAND Political Science 1000 Introduction to Political Science BROOKS Sociology 3060 Crime and Delinquency Education 4800 Social Studies CLARESHOLM Geography 2910 Russia Education 4110 Comparative Education FOREMOST English 4200 Medieval Drama FORT MACLEOD Art 1000 Introduction to Art MAGRATH Sociology 2010 Social Problems Education 3270 Introduction to iMsbelle Sellon School Wednesday p.m. J. R. Stewart Senator Gershaw High Scho- Monday p.m. D. K. Elton Brooki Elementary School Tuesday p.m. f. 1. Letkemann Broolti Elementary School Wednesday p.m. A. H, Skolrood Willow CreeV Composite rHgh Thursday p.m. F. J. Jankum's, Willow Creek Composite High Monday p.m. R. N. Anderson Foremost High School Wednesday 7-.00-10-.00 p.m. E. G. Mardon F. Walshe School Monday p.m. B. J. McCarroll Magrorh High School Tuesday p.m. B. W. Finnigon Magrath High School Monday p.m. School librarianthlp C. J. Hastings MEDICINE HAT Education 4250 OrianiioTlofl and Method MILK RIVER Education 3110 Medicine Hot Colleqe Tuesday p.m. D. Lampard cButauon oiiv Erie Rivers High School Comparative Education Tuesday p.m. K. A. Collint PINCHER CREEK Psychology 2500 Personality RAYMOND Geography 1000 Introduction to Physical Geography TABER English 2300 Fundamentals of Prose Fiction Education 4300 English VULCAN History 2910 Latin America In Colonial Times Matthew Halton High School Tnptdov p.m. M. L. Sandilands Raymond Elementary School Monday p.m. C. B. Beaty W. R. Myers High School Tuesday p.m. A. F. Cassis W. R. Myers High School Wednesday p.m. J. L Gajadhorsingh Vulcan Central High School Monday p.m. M. J. Penton INFORMATION EVENING B.A. PROGRAM OFF-CAMPUS PROGRAM SUMMER SESSION 1 PROGRAM ADMISSION: Admission may be gained olfher the regular admission program or special mature student pro- cedure which it open to everyone over 31 years of age who does not mMI the regular entrance requirements. COURSE SELECTIONS: Students will have freedom to ihop around at the beglnlng at each sem- ester. Thit will be particularly appeal- Ing to people having limited anocia- tion with the University by providing an opportunity to sample and select the most desirable courses of personal interest. IDENTICAL DEGREE: The art the lame as thote offered during the day by the iame faculty people and this will ensure consistency of the itondard. BUS SERVICE: Regular bu> lervicc witl- ensure the accessibility of west compus for evening claim, PARKING: is available. Please contact the Bus- iness Office (329-2469) for parking permitf. FOOD SERVICES: Complete hot meal and jnack bar services will be available. HOUSING SERVICES: On-cOmpus residential accomodation for 400 students tt provided In one of the most unique residences on the continent. Combinations, of llngte and double rooms m suite arrange- ments are available to tingle persons and married couples (no For about the residences as well as the off-campus Mating provided by the Housing Office contact the Di- rector, D. Jensen. STUDENT SERVICES: All regular student services will be available to persons interested In tak- ing a degree during the evening financial assistance and awards, coun- selling, food services, faculty advisors, healih services, bookstore, library, placement, itudtnt society, ETC. AUDIT: Personi who wish to take for interest i.e. audit, not credit can register as Auditors. The fee for this Is per course. No tran- need submitted under this category. REGISTRATION: Information on registration proce- dures and Application for Admission and Registration or Audit forms can be obtained from me Registrar, The University of Lelhbrtdge, Alberta, DOCUMENTS: Students who have never been ad- mitted to the University must emu re that admission forms find other docu- ments are submitted to the Registrar's Office at soon as possible. Deadline for receipt of mailed-ln Off-campus registration formi January 28, 1972. On-campui registration January 10, 1972. Instruction In off-campus courses commences the week of Jan. 17, 1972. Interested persona should contocl me Registrar (329-2231) concerning ad- mission procedures or the faculty of Arts ond Science office of Contin- irina Education For a more detailed description of the various courses offered and the B.A. Program ask Registrar's office 1o nrovide with a University Calendar for 1971-72. 'By special arrangement, students in Arts ond Sciences may take courses for credit through independent studies; designated numbers ore 2990, 3990, 4990 in o particular discipline. Detail- ed information en the availability of such courses may be obtained from the deportment In which the student wish- es to carry out his study. foregoing program must be re- garded as tentative; the University the righl to cancel, or sub- stitute for any of the above courses If it considers, to rvquire. PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM OF EVENING COURSES- SPRING 1972 INFORMATION: Public Service Program of Non-Credit Courses The University of lerhbridge it pleased to present its Public Service Program consisting of a ser'ret of nan-credit courses designed for your personal and development. Enrolment in these courses Is open to all interested persons regardless of academic background. You are cordially invited to participate. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: To register by mail: Kindly fill out registration form available at the Registrar's Offict and send It accompanied by your cheque or money order (do not lend coin through the mail) to. Rrflitrar's Office, Non-Credit Division Unlvenlty of Urthbridj., Alberto To rogiitor in person: Regislration personnel will be available outiide the door of the clan For om hour before commencement of the first session of Hch course. Forms will be available and you may register then. NOTE: All and nwncy order, should be mode payable to: The University of Lethbridga The following program mutt be regarded at tentative; the University retervei the right to cancel, or substitute for any of counei If it considers circumstances so require. ART OFFERINGS PAINTING COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students only) Course Description: Techniques of various pointing media, two-dimensional competition, tilde on the history of painting end drawing with em- phasis on stilt-life painting and drawing. Times: Saturdays, noon, starring January 11, 1972 (12 unions) Place: Department of Art, Fart Whoop-Up Building, East Campus. Feei: Maximum Enrolment: 30. CERAMICS COURSE (Junior and Senior High School Students o'nly) Course Description: Fundamentals of wheel throwing, handbuilding clay techniques, glaze opplication, tilde lectures, kiln firing. Times: Saturdays, noon, starting January 21, 1972 (12 Place: Department ef Art, Fort Whoop-Up Building, East Campus. Feet: Maximum Enrolment: 90. CERAMICS COURSE (Adult) Course Description: Instruction at beginning and Ihtef mediate levels. Open To anyone 16 years or ever. Fundamentals of wheel throwing, creative approach to use of clay In hand bulMlng, glide lectures on alozes, their application and chemistry, methods ef kiln firinp. cloy. Tlmts: Mondayi, p.m., lUrting January 17, 1972 (12 Mace: Department Art, Fort Whoop-Up Building, East Campirt. tot: Maximum Enrolment; 14. DRAMA OFFERING MAMA IN EDUCATION Course Description: A short course for teachers from elementary and high schools focusing on the use of Creative Drama within school system and con- sidering It both ai a subject and as a method of teaching. Tlmei: Saturdays, a.m. fa noon, ttarting February 5, 1972. (6 Place: Drama Studio, Room No. 37, Bookstore Build' Ing, East S15.00, Maximum Enrolment; 30. POLITICAL SCIENCE OFFERING 'THE WORLD AND YOU: CANADA AND WORLD POLITICS" Course Description: Is Canada itill "the world's most northerly banana ts the famous Canadian role of world referee holding the Com- monwealth tooether? What of Ottawa's many roles in external affairs In the 1970's? As ether nations see Conodp that's a major theme rn the wries ef public lectures, "The World end scheduled for March 20-24, 1972. The Department of Political Science, In conjunction with other academic depart- ment! at The University of Lethbrldoe and through the Division of Continuing Education, will sponsor the week-long event. Officials of the Department of External Affciirs and of many countries repre. sented in Canada will ipeak as well os lead semlnor-lype conversations and discussions on a variety of Issues effecting Canada. Times: March 20-24, 19X2. p.m. Place: ts announced. Fees: Students and Senior Citllens Adults. PHYSICAL EDUCATION OFFERINGS ATHLETIC TRAINERS' WORKSHOP Course Description: The workshop will be conducted to impart basic knowledge and techniques to any person who Is Involved with athletic The will become aware o( methods to pre- vent and care for Times: FrMov, March 24. 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Me-cr. 25, a.m. la p.m. Place: Room C760, West Campus. Fees, Maximum Enrolment; 40. TrK ART AND SCIENCE OF COACHING A SYMPOSIUM KM VOLUNTEER COACHES Course Description: A large number of Individuals involved in minor jports ore very well informed obout the techniques of their particular sport but recognize their lack of Information regarding other Important asoects of coaching ond deolir with youna athletes. This symposium deals with the conches' responsibility: growth and development of children; psychology of coaching; physioloay of exercise; modern trends In the teaching of funds- mentals.- and sociological aspects of sport. Times: Wednesdays, p.m., starting Febru. ary 23, 1972. (6 Place: Room D638, West Campus. Fees: PHILOSOPHY OFFERING PHILOSOPHIES OF HAPPINESS This leries of seminars is designed lo provide background which will help structure about the good life. For centuries philosophers, theologians, novelislB, psychologists, and social critics have been prescribing recipes for the best way of life for man. Each jeminor will be a presen- tation, analysis and criticism of one of theu recipes. They will be in non-technical language; na knowledge beyond common will be presup- posed; and there will be lots of room for discussion. Tueidayt, p.m. starting January 11, 1973, (10 Room D642, West Campus. Fen: Students and Senior Citiions Adults INTERDISCIPLINARY OFFERINGS SOUTHERN ALBERTA: PERSPECTIVE A REGIONAL Course Description: This program wilt provide an in-depth background concerning the area of Southffm Alberto. A series of lectures will be given primarily by scholars at the University who hove a deep in- terest In matters pertaining to Southern Alberta. Alt participants In the course will receive a book bated on the materials given in the lectures and written by lhe lecturers themselves. The book will be given free of charge to all enrolled. This li an excellent Opportunity to know more about the orea in which you live and continue your education at the time. Thursday, p.m., January 20, 1972. (10 Room D63I, West Comput. Fees: and Senior Citiiens. Adults ECONOMICS, STATISTICS, MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING SCIENCES AS APPLIED TO BUSINESS Course Description: An introductory course covering selected topics In current economic Issues and poli- cies, essential statistical methods, mathematics and basic computing techniques 01 applied to modern business practices. This course is offerM for business community proposing to bring them up-to- date in latest development in these areas. Interested parties may contact Departments of Economics and Mathematical Sciences for further information. times: Mondays, p.m., starting February 15, 1971. (12 Place: Room C720, West Camput. Feet: Get TOGETHER with the U of L ;