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Bachelor of arts degree project

A collection of loose documents and records pertaining to the possible creation of a Bachelor of Arts Degree Program at Ryerson and the committee(s) established to examine this issue. Dean of Arts Errol Aspevig constituted the first committee in February, 1994. The records in this sub-series were turned over by Ron Stagg, Chair of the History Department, who inherited them from the previous Chair, Al Wargo, who was involved with the B.A. Curriculum Committee. The activities described in this material presumably led to the formation of a B.A. in Arts and Contemporary Studies, first offered in the Fall of 2003. Items found in this sub-series include: a discussion paper; a mission statement; e-mail messages; a copy of the Ryerson Act; several reports; computer Web site printouts and photocopies relating to programs at Toronto Area community colleges and British universities; and a document from the Vice President Academic entitled, "The Development, Review and Approval of New Undergraduate Degree Programs".The contents of this collection record were reorganized and arranged in chronological order.

Program Review Process

File contains:
Program Review - Graph Arts Mgmt. June 1978
Program Review - Graphic Arts Mgmt. March 1980
Program Review - Graphic Arts Mgmt. Feb. 1982
RPRP - Graphic Arts Mgmt. May 1982PRP - Academic Quality Element c 1990
PRP - Societal Need Element c1990
PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 31, 1991
Proposed Curriculum Revision October 1997
Modified Curriculum Revision December, 1997

Occupational Health Nurses diploma course

File contains the records related to the Occupational Health Nurses diploma course. It includes correspondence, a brochure, meeting minutes, and a draft of "A Conceptual Framework for Occupational Health Nursing Developed for Speciality Certification".

Five Year Plan

File contains the records on the reaction to the Academic Planning document that was dated September 9, 1975.

Academic planning (general)

File contains the general academic planning materials. It includes development plans, correspondence, meeting minutes, proposals, project outlines, reports, memorandums, a five year plan, clippings, an address on higher education in Ontario, and "Post-Secondary Education in Ontario: A Statement of Issues".

New Academic Plan For Ryerson

This file contains memorandums, Implementation Task Force meetings reports, Recommendations for the Implementation of a New Academic Policy for the RPI, Programme description, The Course Assignment Problem document, clippings.

Interdisciplinary Program

This file contains memorandums, reports and proposal of Interdisciplinary Programs: Newsmagazine and Documentary Production for Television, Acting and Directing for Television, TV Production Lab.

Faculty Academic Plans

This file contains Faculty of Applied Arts Academic Plans 1994/95, A Manual to guide the preparation, presentation, and submission of plans for tracks 1,2 and 3, An Academic planning process for 1994/95 to 1998/99.

IT Strategic Plan

This file contains An IT Strategy for Communication and Design Proposal, correspondence, Applied Arts Computing Strategy document prepared by Brian Lesser.

Revised curriculum proposal

File contains materials related to the Revised curriculum proposal for the Film and Photography Department. File includes correspondence, reports, and the revised curriculum.

RTA Program Review and Evaluation

Documentation prepared for the academic element of the Program Evaluation Process for RTA. The material includes two submissions: 1. submitted to the Dean of Applied Arts, Vice-President Academic and the President; 2. submitted to the Academic Standards Committee of Academic Council (2 copies -- although both documents have the same date, they are not exactly the same. Because there is no evidence to indicate which of the two was the final submission, both copies have been kept. Also included with the submission documentation: "The Special Funding Needs of RTA's Radio Studios" report.Program Review June 19, 1978. Program Assessment Committee Feb., 1982 Doc. Requirements Academic Element for RTA Mar., 1982. RPRP - RTA May, 1982

Curriculum Modifications

This file contains correspondence and New Presentation containing the suggestions of the Academic Standards Committee on curriculum modifications.

Proposed Curriculum Changes

Proposal for Degree Designation Change to Bachelor of Engineering, June 1991
Proposal for the Revision of the Curricula of the Aerospace, Industrial & Mechanical Engineering Programs Nov., 1992

Program review process

RPEP - Mechanical Engineering 1980
Program Assessment Committee - Mech. Eng. Technology April 1982
RPRP - Academic Element May, 1982
Review Report of the Mechanical Engineering Program, R.P.I. February, 1991
PRP - Academic Quality Element February 1991
PRP - Assessment of Societal Need April 1991
PRP - Financial Viability Element June 25, 1992
Questionnaire for Evaluation of Engineering Programs Pt. 2 - Mechanical Engineering August 1997

Five Year Academic Plan: 1975-1980

This file contains document "A Review of the past, An assessment of the present, A forecast of the future as it applies to the Journalism Department of Ryerson Polytechnical Institute".

Program Review Process

RPEP - Bachelor of Applied Arts, Journalism 1980
Program Evaluation - Academic Element April 1981
Program Evaluation March 1982
Program Evaluation Process - Report of PAC 1982
Proposal to Modify Journalism Program to Strengthen Training in Broadcast and Magazine, January 1983
PRP - Academic Quality Element c1989
PRP - Societal Need Element 1989
PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 30, 1990

First year engineering programs

This program was coordinated by a department individual who acted as Director. Duties included liaising with secondary schools regarding student curriculum, programme and enrollment choices. A.R. Low served as Director from 1961-1962. C.R. Horney served as Director from 1963-1970.The program was discontinued in 1970.

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