SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
OFFICE OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT, ACADEMIC ?
D. Gagan, Chair
Senate Committee on Academic
Deletion of courses not offered
(Reference: SCUS 97-55)
(Reference: SCAP 97-62)
November 10, 1997
Senate Paper S.73-125 provides that any courses not offered within a six semester
period be deleted from the Calendar unless adequate justification for retaining
the course is presented, with SCUS charged with reviewing those courses under
The Registrar advised Faculty Deans of those courses which fell under the above
provisions and requested a response to the notice of intention to delete the
courses. SCUS approved the department/ faculty recommendations for deletion.
In a number of cases, SCUS agreed that there was adequate justification to retain
the course for the present.
Acting under delegated authority, SCUS approved deletion of the following
Issues in Communication Network Research
Introduction to Human Factors/Ergonomics
French for Reading Knowledge H
History and Philosophy of Linguistics
Marxist Political Theory
Teaching French in BC
Introduction to Lebesgue Theory