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Image 55 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Volume 27 (1959-1960)

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‘ w ARTS AND SCIENCES 55 d 4. The Physical Sciences? Students will be permitted to take work in hat 61 eroneor 0 p s 0 s pj · Er 'th tw de artment in rder to ati fv the h isical science 11) group requirement. The student may choose six or more credits from ' the following courses: Astronomy 51a, b; Chemistry la, b, 4a, b; Geology 50a, b, 20a, b (with 50a, b), 3, 14a, b, (with 3), 53; Mathematics 5, 17, 18, 19; Physics, la, b, Sa, b, 4a, b, 51a, b. Total number of credits required in Lower Division: 66 The normal load per semester is I6 credits plus Physical Education ine Rules and Procedures Bar 1. Superior Students: Entering freshmen, in the upper twenty-five per an cent of the classification scale, as determined by University of Ken- , tucky classification tests, may substitute other courses in the groups for those courses which are set up especially to satisfy group requirements. Other students, with a standing of 3.0, may be granted the same privi- lr lege. S) 2. The requirements in whole or in part for English, for General Hygiene, and for any of the Groups under Section II, may be satisHed without credit by passing a departmental proficiency examination. 3. A student deficient in English, as indicated by the freshman tests, is advised to take English D (with no credit) in his Hrst semester, and the regular freshman English course in his second and third semesters, or whenever he has satisfactorily removed the deficiency. THE UPPER DIVISION ly- Junior and Senior Years The student is required to gain, while registered in the Upper Division, at least 40 credits in a Field of Concentration. These 40 credits are to be yl- elected subject to the approval of his adviser and the dean of the college, and a must be in courses not open to freshmen. Courses outside of the formal Held he of concentration may be included in the required 40 credits on approval of the u- adviser and the dean. If the student elects a generically related Held he is required to gain at least 15 of his required 40 credits in a department which he chooses as his major. At least 14 credits in the Held of concentration must be outside the major department. The college recognizes two types of Fields of Concentration: 1. Fields consisting of departmentally or generically related courses. 2. Fields consisting of topically related courses. 16 Generically Related Fields Si The college recognizes four general fields of generically related subject 21 matter: b· I. Literature, Philosophy, and the Arts 2* This field includes Ancient Languages and Literatures; Art; English, Speech, ry and Dramatics; journalism; Library Science; Modern Foreign Languages F and Literatures; Music; Philosophy; and Radio Arts. B}? 2. Social Studies V; This Held includes Anthropology, Archaeology, Commerce, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Law, Philosophy, Political Science, Psy- chology (social phases), Social Work, and Sociology. In ° 6 of the 12 credits in the biological and physical sciences requirement must be in laboratory CGUTSCS.