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  Calendar .............................................................................................,......................... 5
Q  The University .........................................................,..................................................... 11
l Ai  Undergraduate Admission ............................................................................... . ................ 13
  Fees ............................................................................................................................ 20
 is Student Financial Aid, Awards, and Benefits ...................................................................... 25 r
l`  Special Academic Programs .................................................... ` ..................................,...... 31
  Libraries .......................................................... . ....,....................................................... 36
  Cultural Opportunities ..................................................................................................... 37
  Living Accommodations .............................................................................. i ................... 39 4.
i   ‘ Student Services and Activities ........................................................................................ 43 A
)*  Academic Requirements .................................................................................................. 48
  The Academic Program ................................................................................................... 55
  Curricula and Degree Requirements ..........,....,................................................................... 59
  Agriculture .............................................................................................................. 59
  Allied Health Professions ....,.....................................................,................................ 69
  Architecture ............................................................................................................ 75
  Arts and Sciences .................................................................................................... 77
  Business and Economics ..............................................................· . ............................ 99
  Communications .................................... A .................................................................. 1 O3
Ei?. Dentistry ................................................................................................................ 106
  Education ......... · ......................................................................................,............... 1 07
  Engineering ......................................................................... J ...... : ............................ 117
  Fine Ans ................................................................................................................ 124
  The Graduate School ................................................ ` ................................................ 129 »
  Home Economics ..................................................................................................... 133
  Honors Program ...................................................................................................... 138
  · Law ...................................................................... ‘ ................................................. 139
  Library and information Science ......................................,......................................` . ...141
  Medicine ....................................................................... Q ........................................ 142
  Nursing .............. _ .................................................................................................... 143
`   Pharmacy ............................................................................................................... 145
  Social Work ................................... t ........................................................................ 148
  V Community Colleges ....................................................................................................... 149
  University Extension ........................ L .............................................................................. 150
1  Course Numbering System .............................................................................................. 154
  Abbreviations ......................................,...........,............................................................. 155
  Course Descriptions ...................... _ ................................................ , ................................. 159
  , _ College of Law ............................................................ A ............................................ 268
fi College of Dentistry .................................................................................................. 270
  College of Medicine .................................................................................................. 274
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  Administration ............................................................................................................... 308 ‘
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gi 1984 Fall Semester
  September 21 — Friday- Last day for reinstatement of students
  February 15-Wednesday- Priority deadline for freshman cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/ or hous-
  application _ ing and dining fees. Requires payment of fees plus $50
X5; June 1- Friday- Deadline for applying for admission or read- reinstatement fee. ‘
  mission for the 1984 Fall Semester for all categories of September 27-Thursday- Last day for filing an application in
  undergraduate applicants wishing to be included in the Sum- college dean's office for a December degree
  ‘ mer Advising Conferences _ October 15- Monday-Deadline for applying for admission or
  June 15- Friday- Earliest date to submit applications for regular readmission for the 1985 Spring Semester for all categories
  and Early Decision Program admission, College of Medicine, of undergraduate applicants wishing to be included in the
  for Fall 1985 . ‘ November Advising Conferences for the 1985 Spring
· July 27-Friday- Deadline for applying for admission or read- Semester
i? mission to The Graduate School for the 1984 Fall Semester October 22-Monday—Last day to drop a course .
  August 1—Wednesday— Deadline for applications for Early October 22- Monday- Last day to withdraw from the Univer- ~
i Q Decision Program, College of Medicine, for Fall 1985 sity or reduce course load and receive any refund
£” August 8-Wednesday-Last day Advance Registered students November 6-Tuesday- Presidential Election-Academic
( may pay $50 to confirm their 1984 Fall Semester registration Holiday
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1  it appearing on the student’s transcript degree
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