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: . ,. _ . ‘ . .I OFFICERS 0F ADMINISTRATION
' I ‘ . I FRANK LIcRoND McVJcY, PII. D., LL D., President.
I I . ‘ I. ‘ u “ .. W. C. BELL, M. A., Slate Superiaztemlenl of Schools.
> ,' f ‘ PAUL PREN’I‘ICE BOYD, M. A., PII. D., Dean, College of Arts and Sciences.
' V V', THOMAS P015 COOPER, B. S. in Agn, Dean, College of Agriculture.
. ' ' - ' . FREDERICK PAUL ANDERSON, M. E., Dean. College of Engineering.
V " i ’ ‘ . ALVIN E. EVANS. PII. D., Dean. College of Law.
: l , ' ‘ WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, PII. D., Dean, College of Education.
' _ 1' .; EDWARD WIEST, A. M., PH. D., Beam College of Conunerce.
' ‘- . ' ' W. D. FUNKHOUSER, A. M., PII. D., Sc. D., Dean, Graduate School.
I ' , WILLIAM S. TAYLOR, P11. D., Director of the Summer Session.
- g ' I WELLINGTON PATRICK, A. M., PH. D., Director of University Emleizsion.
. . , ‘ COLUMBUS RUDOLPH MELCIIIIR, A. IVI.. Dean of Men.
_ g I, . SARAH G. BLANDING, A. M., Dean of Women. »
. ' - EZRA L GILLIS, A. B., Registrar.
' _~ DAVID HOWARD PEAK, A. M., Business Agent.
" ' MARGARET ISADORE KING, A. B., Librarian.
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THE GRADUATE SCHOOL ‘ 31!," 3‘ I;. 1 .I 1, . ‘ 3
WILLIAM D. FUNKIIOUSER, A. M., Ph. D., Sc. D., Dean 'I , '1 ' “ 1. ‘
INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT l? ' .55" ' 1. 1
Graduate work is offered in all colleges in the University. Ap- ‘, 1‘ 1
proximately three hundred courses are listed in the catalogue, under ,. /‘/’ 1‘ 1‘ 11 3 1 ,
the various departments, which are accepted for graduate credit. "1; I 11 “ . , 1
The following advanced degrees are conferred by the University: 1 ' ., : I‘ , - I‘
ION Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Science in Agriculture, -, ‘ I I ,
Master of Science in Home Economics. Civil Engineer, Mechanical En— 1 {,5 . ‘ , . 1 l.
gineer, Electrical Engineer, Metallurgical Engineer, Mining Engineer. , [Ii I 1 ,1 ' ’ ,,
The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is Offered with major work in , I] I” fi‘ 11 ‘ ‘ ' ‘ ,1
A”? arid Seierces. the following departments: Chemistry, Education, Economics, Mathe- 11 ‘ , ,J ‘, , » . i
AJMCWWe- matics, Physics, Psychology and Political Science. Minor work may 1» 1,; ’,I11 1 ,
13710171667100 be carried in any department Offering graduate courses. 1 , iii?1 1 'I ' I .
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W‘- ADMISSION TO GRADUATE STANDING l1; 1,1 ' I 61:, - ‘
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tdimte School. Graduates of institutions accredited by the University may be :1II ' , , .
Session. admitted to the Graduate School upon the presentation of a certificate ' 1 1 ‘ 1
ivorstty Extension, of graduation and an official transcript of undergraduate courses taken. , 1. ‘ ,1 I 1
The status of the institution is to be ascertained from the Registrar , 11 . 1 1 ‘
_ of the University. Graduates from non—accredited institutions are i111 I ‘
encouraged to secure a bachelor‘s degree from an accredited institution. .11 1 .1 . 1
In particular cases they may be admitted to the Graduate School on ,i ‘ 1 .1
the basis of doing additional work before being admitted to full . lg, 3 1 _ 1 ,
graduate status. 1 5f ilI 1"EjII ‘ I z _ fl .
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It ShOUld be clearly understood that admission to the Graduate : 111 1% i 1‘ 1
School does not necessarily admit a student to full graduate status. A , ’ ,,I;i ',11 I, . ' 1
| Stlldellt only attains full graduate status when he has fulfilled all the 1' {11ij 1 ' 1 1
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grehminary requirements of the degree which he seeks and of the 1,1 tit“ ,I .: , ,
epertinent under whose direction he is pursuing graduate work. ,‘ r31,’ 1 1 ,
th Department pl‘ereQuisites are determined jointly by the Dean of 3 t1?! ' 1
he Graduate School and the respective departments. In brief, it may I,1.:é"'d',i;.,I! ~1 : 1
e stated that such prerequisites usually consist of the equivalent of ’I,v’ 1 ,,,‘ 1 ‘ 1‘
an undergraduate major. In some fields, the equivalent of an under- ”I? :fj ‘,
graduate minor is sufficient. ,' l1 1‘ 1 ’ ,
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IIIIIIIIMeImbeis of the faculty of the University of Kentucky having a lit.“
for IlIllgher than that of instructor may not be considered as candidates 1111111 1 . 1
. a Vanced degrees at this institution. 1 I . ‘ ' 1'
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- ’ ‘ . ‘ - , , REGISTRATION
. V . . 3 I. . _ The first step in the procedure for admission to the Graduate
; . ' » _.' ‘ School is the filing of a formal application with the Registrar oua
3‘ 3 form prepared for that purpose. Applicants from institutions other
, . V f. , ‘ than this University are also required to file an official transcript ‘
‘3'”. '~ _‘ " . showing (a) all undergraduate work covered, (b) graduate work
' . ' “ taken, if any, and (c) degrees received.
_ 2 l _ ,1 1.. “ If the record submitted to the Registrar entitled him to admission
'. . - '_ _ ., ‘ he should confer with the Dean of the Graduate School and his major /
,‘_ I .- , ' ‘ ., _, professor concerning preliminary requirements that he may have to
V . . . . - satisfy and as to the graduate courses that he should take.
. " '- ', Preliminary requirements may be added from time to time as
7 , ': ' V. 'f . found necessary and all such requirements, together with graduate
' ' . “ , ‘ . courses, must be recorded in the Registrar’s Office and must be satisfied
‘ ‘ ‘ . " .. by the student before he is eligible for the degree for which he is
- ‘ _. » f , registered.
, I‘ l- - 7 - " .’ All courses listed in this bulletin, and all courses which may ap-
' . I 2' ‘ - . pear later in the regular University catalogue, which have numbers
, . w l-- l ‘ above 100. may be counted as credit towards a graduate degree. A
' . 3 1 , . _ - , grade of D in a course will not be given graduate credit.
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' , - ' . _ ate students in the college in which the major work is done.
‘ ' d ‘1 Before the advanced degree is conferred, a fee of fifteen dollars
, , i" must be paid at the Business Office of the University. This covers the
. ' I graduation fee, diploma fee, fee for binding thesis and all other inci-
‘ ,. ‘ .‘ dental fees. '
‘ ' _ . ‘ REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS AND
: . ‘ MASTER or SCIENCE
, j Students having completed the equivalent of an A. B. or BS; ,
‘ .' . ' 7 ‘ ' degree from an accredited liberal arts college or a standard teachers
' ' ' ' ' college, may become candidates for the degree of master of arts 0i
" ‘ master of science. ,
‘ i , 7 Two plans are provided for satisfying the requirements fora_ ‘
j .. ., " master’s degree, as follows: ‘
l ' _ i" l , . 1. Twenty-four credits in graduate courses exclusive of the thesis.
. . ’. . one academic year (36 weeks) in residence, and an acceptable thesis-V ,
. ' ':: ‘ t' " 2. At the Option of a department (not of the student) the mime”
_ . _ ' N j degree may be granted for the completion of forty-five credits in gradu-
' I .. " . . ate courses with an average Standing of B 01- better, three some/Ste"S
' ‘ (54 weeks) in residence, and no requirements of a. thesis.

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stitutions other preferably be done in a major subject and one or two minors. At least ‘ M}: 1.2 ,2 ' " '
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RESIDENCE 3:31:33: 3‘. 3 ‘ 33 ”at, . -
.m to admission The residence requirements may be fulfilled by any combination of ‘ 1 1.. ‘ .. ’,
1 and his major ' regular semester or summer school sessions which total the required 2 3 ' ,‘
re may have to number of weeks. This does not mean that the work prescribed for M inf 2‘ ‘ ,.
ake. each individual student can always be completed in the minimum ‘1 f, 2. '2 1. .2
ime to time as length of time. Inadequate preparation or assistance in departments ' ‘ ‘ ,IJW 3. ,L- ‘
. very frequently makes a longer period necessary. Part—time work $1733}; '2 3:; 3 :3 24 1
’ “nth graduate during a regular semester is evaluated on the basis of the amount of 32% " "3 5’ ’2 2’ ’ " 3‘
nust be satisfied work carried. 33 " fl: 2 2 “ . 3 ’ ’ ”
for which he is ‘ ‘ _ . _ . _ . . , " r3 1‘ “2‘ . .
The transfer of acceptable g1 aduate c1 edits f1 om othei Institutions ,32.2‘,2'2§.:}3535j‘;;‘l1 2 {’5'2 3 2 ‘1
2. which may 311' or of other work done in absentia, such as writing a thesis under the _ ‘3 im’ 2 ‘ .1 2. 22 .'
1 have numbers direction of the major professor, cannot reduce the standard residence 2 .1. fill“ l 3. 2',."31',2'33r_ 2‘
hate degree. A requirements. ‘ 23: ‘ji‘ ‘ 2’ “1 l “.13‘ ’ 3‘
If a thesis is submitted, two tyquI-itten copies of the completed 3’??? .1 2. .3 ’, ,. .
thesis must be presented not later than three weeks before the time set '2! t ‘ 2"" " ' -2 '
for undergradr for the oral examination. One copy is presented to the Dean of the ’ 1 “: 2 “ 2’ ‘ ’
; done. Graduate School to be bound and placed in the University Library and 1’13; 1' ‘ ; ‘ ' 1.
3f fifteen dollars the other to the major professor to be retained by the department con— , W“; ‘ '2 , ' ’
This covers the cerned 2.: 12522? 2;." . 1 , . ,
1d all other iutl- li‘itl‘ ‘2 3. 1‘ 3‘ ‘ ' ’
EXAMINATIONS of regular class work are taken by all resident ‘ 1""? j. 2 3'
graduate students. A final oral examination is given the candidate not ' 2\ {234’ ‘ ‘ 2i 2 3’“ 3. 3
OF ARTS AND later than fifteen days before the close of the semester. The Dean . ’ggjlil 2‘ j. ‘
appoints an examining committee of at least three members for the ’Ii’u‘l’dfl ‘ ‘ ' l
S purpose, selecting its members from the major and minor professors ’ ‘fif'ii’ 3 ’ 3 p 2 .
1 A. B 01‘ 01:38“; i under whom work was done. The Dean is ex ofitcto a member of all $25"? . ‘
tar}(131dofte:rts or 3 such examining committees The candidate is asked to defend his £37" "V 1’1' . .
Qabter thesis and is examined on any subject matter related to his field. p 11/3; '
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lunements MASTER OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE OR IN HOME “if. ",3 13‘
sive of the thesis. ECONOMICS .3. 338’ ’ 5’3 "3 . 2 ’
:ceptable th65153' Students holding a bachelor’s degree from a standard agricultural affix: . . V l
lent) the masters college may obtain the degree of Master of Science in Agriculture or ” ' ff, 1’92 2’ '2 '
3 credits in grad‘l' MaStel‘ Of Science in Home Economics by satisfying the same require— ’ l” . I ’ ‘
'3 three semeS’e’s 1}me as those designated for the M. A. and M. s. degrees. The work ‘ . ’3 - ' ‘ . . L
thesis. is Prescribed by the major professor with the approval of the Dean. 2’ ’ I}
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' . . ' ' ‘. . ‘ REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGRESS IN ENGINEERING. (1E,
' ~ CIVIL ENGINEER; E. E., ELECTRICAL ENGINEER; M. E.,
V, ' , , ” MECHANICAL ENGINEER; MET. E., METALLURGICAL ENG}.
i_ , -- ' _. " '. . NEER; E. M., MINING ENGINEER. '
V ‘ ' :‘ j_ ' _ Any of these advanced engineering degrees may be Obtained in
- ' . . ' ‘ residence by satisfying the same requirements as those outlined for the ‘
:1 p , 7 f , ‘ M. A. and M. S. degrees, provided the student holds a bachelor’s degree
. l I 1‘ ‘ from an engineering college Of recognized standing. The course of
‘ '; - ’ . ». -. study should be arranged in consultation with the head of the depart
. " . - ' ‘ ment in which the student expects to do his major work and must have
- ' _ . ' the approval of the Dean of the College of Engineering and the Dean
. ' .. ,. '. ‘ . of the Graduate School.
, ' 'I * ' . ' , " These degrees may also be obtained by graduates of the College of
' ' A ' ' ‘_ Engineering of the University of Kentucky for work done in absentia
' ' V , ‘ ‘ " . three or more years after receiving the degree of bachelor of science
- _' . p ,. ‘ ' . ‘ in engineering, providing this time has been spent in practical engi-
7 ' ' . I' 5 . neering work and an acceptable thesis is presented. At least one year’s
' - . ' - notice must be given the Dean of the Graduate School that graduate
; -. ‘. ' . ' work is being done, and such work must have his approval and that .
V ‘ . ', . v‘ _' ‘ . of the major professor under whose supervision the thesis is prepared.
‘ l' .. , The fees for the degree obtained in absentia are $15.00 registration
‘ . I; i ' ' fee, and $15.00 ten days before the degree is granted.
.. j_ REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF
, , 1, p PHILOSOPHY .
, I I \ The degree of Doctor of Philosophy is conferred upon a candidate
.. , ' ' who, after completing not less than three years of graduate work
3 , devoted to the study of a special field of knowledge, passes the required
‘ ' . examination in the subjects, presents a satisfactory dissertation, and
- ‘ is deemed worthy of recognition as a scholar of high attainments in
I . ‘ ‘, his chosen province.
" ' '. , , - ‘ The Doctor’s degree is intended to represent not a specified amount
. ‘ " . 1 of work covering a specified time, but the attainment, through 1011:
" ' ' study, of independent and comprehensive scholarship in a special field-
' .‘ Such scholarship should be shown by a thorough acquaintance With
_ .. . . present knowledge in his special field of learning and a marked capa-
’ . ‘ ', " city for research.
. ' 35‘ j' " I REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANT
. . _ ‘ v, " ADMISSION
' _ »- ‘ - Admission to the Graduate School and acceptance of advanced
, . credits from other institutions must first be approved by the Registm“

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In order to be accepted as an applicant for the degree of Doctor . ,I ,‘f ‘ ' ‘ fl ' I ‘ w
JG. 0. E., of Philosophy the student must present evidence that he has completed ' “5:9; ‘L ‘ 3I, ‘I
R; M' E" an undergraduate course and has received his baccalaureate degree “ I -' ‘
AL ENGI‘ , from a college of recognized standing. I. , I '53 ‘ II . j " _' I‘y
The Graduate Committee reserves the right to decide in each case I My"? I , ",i _ ‘ .
btained in Of applicancy for a degree whether the prerequisite training has been , I . I ,, _ ,
led for the satisfactory and, if any of the years of advanced work have been passed “ II 1:71p I ,I I' II . , ‘ .
)r’s degree in another institution, whether they may be properly regarded as 5,5,2; I ‘ H I.
course of having been Spent under suitable guidance and favorable conditions. 97:211. ‘I ‘ I
he depart Private study is not considered as equivalent to university work. In / ‘ I I, I "
must have any case the student must pass the qualifying examinations at the “ /// II I 'I " 'I‘. ' I '
the Dean University of Kentucky and spend the last year of the residence re- 1. " f‘Yi:‘,II‘.~ , , ,I W I ‘II ,‘_
quirements at this institution. . 71,; .1 I I ' I
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n absentia CLASSIFICATION ' , . II; I ‘I , I '. , II
of science A student wishing to become an applicant for the Doctor’s degree - I; I I , . . II
:tical engi- must first regularly register in the Graduate School of the University J i I, I , f
one year’s of Kentucky and must then classify with the Dean of the Graduate ' . . t1 , I .. . I ‘ hi
School who will appoint a special committee for that student. This -' Ig‘Ii-IIQL’, II I II I‘ . ' - i
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1 and that specral committee, the chairman of which shall be 1115 major professor, I IIIIII ,I , ,, I I, I.
;prepared. ’ will consist Of members of the departments in which the appicant I 'tgj’t] ‘, , I‘ ‘
_ . elects to do his major and minor work and this committee will super— III‘ It; ; I I ‘ "
egistratlou vise his work throughout his period of study. - V I I ‘ ‘ .
Not every applicant for the Doctor’s degree is a candidate. A I '. 3 I‘ ,I I I I
student is not a candidate for the degree until he has passed the quali- I ’ a It I I I l
OF fying examinations, satisfied the language requirements, and made I ,I‘ l I I I I ,
formal application to be so enrolled. I I .‘_ " V I ‘ ,
candidate COURSES or STUDY ‘ I III . i‘
uate work Every applicant for the degree must select one major and at least , L I ” 3
1e required one and not more than two minor subjects. I I II'I.,LIIJE,II I I 1 :
,ation, and The major subject should be one in which he intends to concen- I15; I‘ I ‘ , _ ,,
.nments ill trate his efforts; the minor subjects should be closely allied to the illj‘yf I. , I I
major field or be subjects which will be of value in the major work and d 11:15:: I, I ‘ 'I
ed amount ‘ 5110“” be approved by the major department. ' lg; . ' , I I, I
.Ough long The applicant’s principal work must be in the major subject. “35“}, ‘ V .I‘” ,:
)ecial field, I Although no absolute regulations are laid down in respect to the time .Igi,i,’ - , “
:ance with ' U? be devoted to the major and minor subjects, it may be stated in ‘r’g/i, 13?. ‘ ‘
rked cap-“r general that the major subject should represent two—thirds Of the (sit/Ii"? 3., “A
student’s entire time. 3 LEI ’, .‘ ‘V
Ally regular graduate course may be assigned as part of the appli- "ii .:.f' ';
cantjs work by his special committee. Only courses numbered above H :. ‘ ’ y ‘
100 111 the University catalogue are considered as of graduate status. i ‘ ' ‘ I
d The number and extent of such courses is determined by the special , I
advance committee. ; . I . . .
Registrar. ‘ , ' ,‘ . ‘I
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. -, , - - - ‘ “ REQUIREMENTS FOR CANDIDATES
' ' I 1 f“ ' RESIDENCE
_ ' _ " , A minimum of three collegiate years of resident graduate work,
- . ~ . .V ' of which at least the last year must be spent at the University of Ken-
: , '1 ‘2‘ : ‘ tucky, is required for the doctorate. The full time of each of these
7, .V 3. ' E years must be spent in study. Part-time students and those holding
‘_ ' . ~ ' ’ I ‘ assistantships or engaging in other outside activities will of course be
' fl _ v- " ' , required to take a proportionately longer time.
2 1 . ‘; '1 . While it is expected that a well prepared student of good ability
' i ‘ '. . ' 7, .. 1. may secure the degree upon the completion of three years of study,
j. -- . .' '- " it should be understood that this time requirement is a minimum and
. , , , ' is wholly secondary to the matter of scholarship. Neither time spent
' . '. ‘. '_ in study, however long, nor the accumulation of facts, however great
' '- , » '_ - . " X in amount, nor the completion of advanced courses, however numerous,
V '~ ' . - ‘ - 1 can be substituted for independent thinking and original research.
' ' . ‘ , '_ ‘ " .. 1'" I Work done in other institutions of learning may be accepted to-
» '_ , I ward the doctorate at the University of Kentucky but no work is
" » ' .' . credited which has not been done in a college or university of recog-
' 1 1' . ~ . nized standing or in a research laboratory.
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- ’ '. \- ' 1 _ ‘ LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
‘ 1 ' I" ‘ ‘ L ‘ The applicant must give evidence of having a good reading knowl-
. I, -_ ' j ” . ., -’ edge and of being able to translate at sight at least two modern foreign
‘ - » “ languages. This proficiency is determined by examinations conducted
- .' ' . ' by the respective language departments. Ordinarily French and Get-
_ ' V . A . . man are expected to be offered, but other languages may be substituted
‘ ‘ on recommendation of the special committee if it is considered that
' ‘1' . such languages are of greater importance in the special field of work.
4 ‘ 1 The language requirements must be satisfied before the applicant can
'- . ’ be admitted to the qualifying examination.
_ ‘ ' ‘ , QUALIFYING EXAMINATION
‘j . Applicants for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy are required to
I . pass a Qualifying Examination. This examination shall be taken
‘- 7’ > '. ,- . . ‘ during the second semester of the second year of residence. The exam- 1 .
. ' " ' ‘ ination shall be both oral and written and shall cover both major and
~ ‘ minor subjects. It shall be prepared and given to the applicant bya ‘
. 4 j ‘ committee of five to be appointed by the Dean of the Graduate 8011901-
, _ .7 ,, ' ~- The language requirements must have been met before the qualify.111g
, 1 4 ' :I’ ‘5 examination is taken. N0 applicant may proceed to his final examina-
1 g ' ‘ tion until one year of work has been completed after he has p35?“
' ,1 1 .1 the qualifying examination. It the applicant fails to pass the quallfy'
’ V 25' ing examination, no re-examination shall be allowed except upon the
. -- ‘ '- recommendation of the special committee and the approval Offhe
. " .. ’ ' Graduate Committee. If the applicant passes the qualifying examma'
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tion he is then considered as a candidate for the degree and may make 1 w ,i ‘ 1‘ ‘
iuate work, formal application for this rating. ‘ ‘ 1 E; f .‘ ‘ ‘7 , - " '
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ch of these DISSERTAT‘ON ‘ ‘ 1 ‘ .th 1 ‘ ' .1 ' ' - .
ose holding Each candidate must present a dissertation covering his thesis :1an .1 I
)f course be work. This dissertation must give evidence of the candidate’s ability . . tr 1 . 12, 1‘ 11.:1‘3‘ 1., -‘ : .
to carry on independent investigation and must be satisfactory in style , ‘ ‘1 . .1 1'“ 1.1 1 ‘ 3
good ability I and composition. It must represent a definite contribution to the ‘ l" 3‘1", ‘ h
rs of study, knowledge of his subject, must be the result of independent work, 4 K ‘ ;
nimum and must include original research and must in some way add to or other- , f// 1 H1 . 1,111. ‘1 _ . .
time spent wise modify What was previously known on the subject. Two bound . ,1: r; ,. ‘ ,31‘ 11 L11 1. .,
wever gl‘eat ‘ typewritten copies of the thesis and an abstract of not less than 1,200 ' , I 1 ‘1 ’ ‘
F numerous, nor more than 3,000 words must be formally presented to the Dean of , I; , ‘ , 1
esearch. the Graduate School at least four weeks before the final examination. ‘ TH“ 1 , ; v .' r 1
accepted to- 1 , , , , V 1 Wm y: .1, 1,
no work is Pinlvmo or DIssnnrArroiN 1 ‘ biggiigii-ifji‘ . ‘ . J
ty of recog- One hundred printed copies of the dissertation must be presented ‘ iii“), 1, 1‘ "1 1 ' ‘1
to the University within one year from the time When the degree is j 1:; M1, . . r “ ;
conferred. Not later than one week before the conferring of the degree ‘ ,. hi5 ' 1111!; ‘1 . i
the candidate must deposit with the Business Agent of the University 11 ' ti, ,1 1‘ I ‘3
ding knowl- the sum of $50.00, this amount to be returned if the printed copies is 1 ' fit,“ 1 " '
iern foreign are received Within the time specified. The University does not obli— ' rg‘ui U 1 , ‘ I, | '_ ‘ ,
S conducted gate itself to publish the thesis but if in the judgment of the Graduate - 1 ‘ i 1 1' 1' 1 .‘ '3
3h andthe; Committee the thesis or an abstract of same should be published, the i” ‘ ‘ ’1 .
51:13:21 1:th University reserves the privilege of so doing. » ‘ ,i’h ,1 ‘ ,1 ", 5 . 1 f
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The candidate may have the dissertation printed at his own ex- 1 I film}; , , 1 1, ., i
peuse, in which case he must present one hundred copies to the Uni- . 1 32%;" :i ‘1,
required to versity before the degree is granted. If the candidate has the dis- “‘11 Wait ‘, '_ i ‘
[1 be taken _ 'sertation printed at his own expense, he will be expected to use good liéflfl 1, , ‘ 1 .
. The exam- 1 SHbStantial paper and sightly typography. A page four by six inches [fight . .1, “
1 major and With outside margin of at least one inch is recommended. The disser- K 1 4% fi‘ , 1' ‘ 3,: ‘ , :
plicant by a tation must have a cover and title page and the latter, in addition to the V ‘1"? it}: I ‘ 3 ‘ ‘
uate Schtloli title and the name of the author, must bear the following inscription: ‘ .1 4%”? ‘ '
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ial examina- A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the require- “125E215? 11' . “ I, , . , .
has passed ments for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the University of Jréli‘ "’ 1 '
the qualifY- Kentucky," {‘éi: ‘, 3 ‘,
pt upon the ‘ 1 1, it} ‘1 ‘ 1 1
oval of the If the dissertation is published in a technical journal or other ’y ‘ i
ng examine Tecugnized educational publication, the reprints Will be accepted if 1 "t ,1 ,' ‘ ,.
presented with special printed covers and proper title page. ‘ V‘ {L ',
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' .I . ' ‘ . I APPLICATION
'- ' I- ‘ All candidates who desire to be admitted to the final examination
I. ' , . i' must file an application, approved by the Dean of the Graduate School,
iI I ‘ , I. " 'I. with the Registrar of the University at least three weeks before the
I ' V _ l‘ examination is held.
. ' '- V; . ‘ FINAL EXAMINATION
. I , 1' .l .I After the acceptance of the dissertation by the special committee I
. 1 I ' I: and the Dean of the Graduate School, the candidate shall be given a -
' . ‘ ' I g " "‘ final oral examination by a committee of five members which shall
r ’ - include the Head of the Major Department or his delegate presiding,
WI . _ ‘ . 'I I . one additional professor selected by the major department, one pro-
' ' I ' . . fessor selected by each Of the minor departments and additional mem-
. . l l ' I . bers (to make the total of five) selected by the Dean of the Graduate
. I I I ' School. The President of the University and the Dean of the Graduate
‘ ' ‘ I. School are 6.70 officio members of all examining committees.
I' . .I . . The filial examination shall not be held until at least one year
V '_ l I. after the student has been accepted as a candidate for the degree.
. ' ‘ - . 'I V . The completion of three years of residence work confers no right
_ ' 5 . upon the student to be so examined.
' II. RECOMMENDATION
I ‘, ‘ . M - .. After the final examination has been passed, the name of the can-
.' . . didate will be presented to the University Senate for recommendation
. -‘ . j to the Board of. Trustees for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in
' 7 . V I . ‘ course.
' 1' , . FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
' j ' For the encouragement of research and scholarship the following ’
. " I , . fellowships and scholarships have been established:
. ' Ten University scholarships with a stipend of $200.00 each.
' . Five University fellowships with a stipend of $400.00 each.
, ,. . I One Registrar’s fellowship with a stipend of $500.00. '
.' . Scholars and fellows will be expected to devote their whole time I
l . I' , ' ‘ to graduate work, and no teaching or other departmental work may
' ' II > I be required of them. Students employed as assistants in departments .
I I should as a rule take two years to satisfy a year’s requirement.
I » l . Fellowships and scholarships are Open to those who already hold. .
. l' T. . or will receive at the close of the academic year, a bachelor’s degree '
. '. . " I from any college or university of good standing, provided the student
I . has shown some special aptitude for the line of work he desires to ‘-
. ~ I E: . .' ‘ ‘ pursue.
. I . _ ‘ ' The primary Object of these appointments is to stimulate research
. ” . ‘ and Doll to give pecuniary aid. No departmental duties of any kind
. Will be required of fellows and scholars. Candidates for the awards

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must be graduates of standard colleges or universities and must show J ‘J 1; . , . J , 11
evidence of high scholarship and fitness for graduate study. No stu- 1 1‘ 1117131 1 J ,J J '
Kamination dent should apply for the award who does not cherish a real and earn- ; , , ;. _‘ : -
ate SCHOOL est desire to do research work. The appointments are made for one .J‘ Vi. t1 1. 1, -:
before the year only but may be renewed if it can be satisfactorily shown that 1 w JJ’ ' -. , ‘ . 1 .
the prosecution of research undertaken should continue. ‘ ‘ :1 , 1 . - 1
Forms for making application may be secured from the Dean of J,JZ J 1 1 ”' f
» the Graduate School, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. 1 J - VJ, 1' ‘ 1
committee All applications should be on file not later than the 15th of April. 5 ~ '1 ‘ ':
be given a - 1 . ,. ,_. , ‘ .
11110115?“ GRADUATE STUDENTS NOT CANDIDATES FOR A DEGREE . / 1 ‘ J ,
JpreSIdmg, Graduate students who are not candidates for an advanced degree I,” 35:1 1‘ J ~ J J ,J J
11121119111121}: are not required to designate major or minor subjects, but may elect JJ_JJ' ‘J' J SJ ‘ , _
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; one year graduates is open for election by such students Jupon the same con- J1 J 11, 1 ,, . 1'1
egree. ditions that are imposed upon those who are candidates for degrees. ' J , J; J J J, . .J
'3 no right Should a graduate student who has not arranged for his work with J- , .‘ 1‘, -. , .J .~ . ' ‘ _ J 'J . ‘1
a View to obtaining a degree, subsequently desire to become a candidate J J,'J'J‘_'g = . J Ir J .
fora degree, the amount of credit he is to receive for work already 1 ' 1 1 .‘1 J; , . . ' '
done will be determined at the time he applies for admission to candi— 1 1 ,7“ 1 . 11:4. ' ’
of the can- they for the degree. 1‘1 11 1 ‘ , - ’
mendation No work is given graduate credit unless the student was enrolled , J11; z 1 J 'J '
losophy in in the Graduate School at the time during which the work was taken. 1 1’ J' . J;
THE GRADUATE CLUB 1 " J ‘ ' , 1
J . All graduate students are members of the Graduate Club, in which 1 1:} 1 .1 . 1
1 followmg they are expected to take an active part. The club serves the purpdse , 1 J I ., J1
of developing an esprit de corps among graduate students and provides 1 1,1 1 1 . J “
each. ways and means for securing prominent men for addresses on various . ‘ [110,1,‘ 1 . , 11
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' a - . , '. . COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
: . ‘ .4 ‘1‘ : ’ PAUL PRENTICE BOYD, M. A., P11. D., Dean
' : .' ” 7_ T - . ANATOMY AND PHYSI