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Reference Number: 144

Administrative history

The Committee on the School of Commerce was established by the Senate on March 7, 1966 to study the possibility of establishing such a school. The Committee submitted a report on August 8, 1966, and was then abolished. In1967, Dr. John J. Deutsh undertook a study on the possible directions of the commercial sciences at the University. In his report, submitted to the Rector August 24, 1967, Deutsh recommended the extension of the undergraduate programme to four years, the transformation of the Department of Commerce in the Faculty of Arts to a School of Commerce and Administration within the Faculty of Social Sciences, as well as the creation of graduate studies programmes in administration. The Senate created a committee on September 25, 1967, to study Deutsh's report and make recommendations on the implementation of his propositions. On February 5, 1968, the Senate enlarged the mandate of the committee to allow it to make precise plans on the future of administration at the University. In its report to the Senate on December 2, 1968, the Committee recommended that a Faculty of Administrative Sciences be established. The Senate then created the Committee for the Organization of the Faculty of Administrative Sciences to see to implementation of the Committee's recommendations. Having completed its task, the Committee was abolished July 8, 1969.

Scope and content

Minutes of the Committee for the Organization of the Faculty of Administrative Sciences and its predecessors.

Immediate source of acquisition: Administraive Transfer.

Languages: French and English.

Restrictions: Documents containing personal and confidential information are restricted to consultation and reproduction. The records are submitted to the Cpoyright's Act.

Finding aids: Inventory of textual records.

Accessions: No more accruals are expected.


FONDS COMITÉ POUR L - 1966-1969 - 0,04 m de documents textuels.

Numéro de fond: 144

Portée et contenu


Source immédiate d'acquisition: Transfert administratif.

Langues: Français et anglais.

Restrictions: Les documents contenant des informations personnelles et confidentielles sont restreints à la consultation et à la reproduction.Les documents sont soumis à la Loi sur les droits d'auteur.

Instruments de recherche: Inventaire des documents textuels.

Versements complémentaires: Aucun autre versement n'est attendu.

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