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50 > Image 50 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 27 (1959-1960)

Part of University of Kentucky course catalogs, 1865-

50 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY engineering, a general curriculum in chemical engineering, a general curriculum clubs in civil engineering, a civil engineering curriculum with emphasis on architectur- dram al engineering, an electrical engineering curriculum with emphasis on communi- Leag cation engineering, an electrical engineering curriculum with emphasis on elec- I trical power engineering, a general curriculum in mechanical engineering, a me- rm chanical engineering curriculum with emphasis on aeronautical engineering, a if { mechanical engineering curriculrun with emphasis on industrial engineering, a le curriculum in metallurgical engineering, and a curriculum in mining engi- Ossgl neering. V ginl College of Law. In the College of Law the student may complete a six- any1 year program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws or he may complete a of E1 six-year program leading (1) to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Com- merce and Bachelor of Laws, or (2) to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws. College of Education. The College of Education grants the Bachelor of Arts in Education degree to students who major in education and select their group work from art, biological sciences, business education, chemistry, English, foreign languages, library science, mathematics, music, physical education, physics, social sciences, or education for teaching exceptional children. Stu- dents who complete the curriculum for elementary teachers are also eligible for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education. V College of Commerce. The programs of study in the College of Com- merce include a general-business curriculum, an economics curriculum, a busi- ness-management curriculum, an industrial-administration curriculum, a mar- keting and advertising curriculum, a commerce-law curriculum, a secretarial curriculum, accounting curriculum, banking and finance curriculum, and per- sonnel management curriculum. The large amount of elective work allowed in some of the curricula makes it possible to combine a business program with other professional fields or with groups of liberal arts courses. College of Pharmacy. In the College of Pharmacy a five-year curriculum is oliered, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. College of Medicine. The College of Medicine will olier a four year curriculum leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Post doctoral training at the interne and residency level will also be provided. Long range plans for the Medical Center include programs of instruction in dentistry, nursing (see below), certain of the fields associated with medicine, and graduate programs in the basic medical sciences. College of Nursing. The College of Nursing will grant the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing to students who successfully complete the pre- scribed program provided by this College. Graduates of approved hospital schools of nursing may qualify for this degree by successfully completing the requirements not fulfilled by previous education. Extended Programs. Through Extended Programs, the University makes its instructional and research facilities available to the citizens of the state. These programs include the University Centers at Covington and Ashland, extension classes in many communities, adult evening classes, and workshops and conferences for business and professional groups. Graduate classes taught by University faculty members are offered at the Centers by extension. Ex- tended Programs also provides audio-visual services through a training program and a large film library serving the entire state, community services through