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79 > Image 79 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 26 (1958-1959)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

76 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY the Professor of Military Science and Tactics for further training. Recom- mendations for this course will be limited to those students who have mani- fested special interest and demonstrated ability during the basic course, and ~ . l who meet other standards, with a view to qualifying for a commission in the lime United States Army Reserve. An advanced course student, who makes and Spur maintains a minimum graduation point standing of 2.5 and meets other stand- hstc ards, may be designated a Distinguished Military Student which makes him twoi eligible to apply for a commission in the Regular Army. A Distinguished Sfmt Military Student may be designated a Distinguished Military Graduate upon gs} his being awarded a baccalaureate degree, provided he continues to meet the 0 required standards. The Military Science Department offers two programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Military Wai, Science. Off S MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Sch The Department of Modem Foreign Languages and Literatures embraces _ the five major European languages: French, German, Spanish, Italian, and ls a Russian. Undergraduate students are offered the choice of three specialized Sch` curricula leading to the A.B. degree with a major in French, German, or Spanish. On the graduate level, the Department offers advanced work in mel the literature and philology of each of these three languages, leading at present to the Master of Arts degree. As a branch of the liberal arts curriculum, one of the fundamental aims Bal of language study must be to broaden and deepen our acquaintance with the imc world about us by presenting new aspects of its culture and a more intimate Org knowledge of its peoples through the medium of foreign languages and litera- ETD tures. In addition, the Department provides training for those interested in AM entering the diplomatic and various other Govemment services where knowl- rl edge of foreign languages is required; it offers specialized preparation to pro- spective high school and college language teachers; it furnishes graduate and science students with the training necessary to use foreign language books and tim periodicals for reference and research. R S Th MUSIC rcs The music department provides the opportunity for cultural and profes- sional growth through intensive music study and participation, and presents a varied series of musical programs of cultural value to the entire university com- bit munity. Le] A student whose prime interest is music may work toward the Bachelor of Music degree in Applied Music or Music Education, or the Bachelor of Arts degree. The courses of study leading to the Bachelor of Music degree are cli designed for those who plan to be professional performing musicians or school cu music teachers, and presume a considerable amount of musical experience on the pre-college level. The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in music is a general cultural degree with emphasis in music, allowing more time during the ]unior and Senior years for the election of courses in related and other subject matter fields. All degrees offered by the Department of Music demand the fulfillment of the basic lower division course requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences as listed on page 54, in thc belief that the ideas and concepts derived from such study are essential to the happiness and well-being of every _ individual. gg