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VOLUME 59 MARCH, 1967 NUMBER 3
A bulletin published monthly, Jammry to October, inclusive, by the Univer-
sity of Kentucky, Lexington 40506. Second class postage paid at the Post
Office, Lexington, Ky., under the Act of August 24, 1912. Edited by the
Department of Public Relations and published under its direction.

 ( SUMMER SESSION, 1967  
I UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY  
_ ]une 9 - August 4

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I —"If Session provides numerous opportunities for persons to prepare for specific  
.  occupations. The opportunities are in a number of fields such as: Iournalism, V
i  Medical Technology Pre-Medicine Pre-Dentistry Pre-Pharmacy Music Li- 1
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  brary Science, Public Service, Art, Geography, Geology, Microbiology, Psy- {
  chology, Radio, Television, Films, Social Work, Sociology; Agriculture in its ,
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`  Agricultural, Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Mining and Metal- `
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ii Nine semester hours are considered the normal load for undergraduates. l
 {P For graduate students, the normal load is six hours; the maximum is nine. E
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Q  P residence throughout the Summer Session are assigned nine weeks of residence. {
  University students may be confident of acceptance of credits at full value by  
  other colleges and universities. Moreover, U.K. credits always meet the tests J
  for employment, whether by government agencies, by corporations, or by pri- {
 ig vate companies, regardless of the Held. This is a very important consideration. {
1 In certain categories of employment students and graduates of land—grant uni- €
  versities have a distinct advantage over other students and graduates.  
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{ Fees  
{ For the Summer Session, the full-time fee for all Kentucky students will  
l, be $80. For out-of-state students, the fee will be $220. The hourly fee for part-
{ time undergraduate students will be $14 por credit hour for Kentucky residents,
{ and $37 per credit hour for out—of—state students. The hourly fee for part-time {
,‘ graduate students will be $17 per credit hour for Kentucky residents, and  
  $46 per credit hour for out—of-state students.
  Admission {
  Undergraduate applicants for admission should write to the Dean of l
  Admissions for application forms, stating whether they wish admission to the ;
,j{ freshman class or advanced standing. Applications and transcripts of credit ;
I, should be filed 30 days in advance with the Office of the Dean of Admissions.
  Students entering with advanced standing should present transcripts from
{~ each institution they have attended. High school graduates areuinvited to
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 ` start their college earreers in the Summer Session. Special courses are planned
for entering freshmen and special attention will be given to them to the end
that their collegiate careers will be richer, more profitable, more economical,
and more meaningful. i
Graduate applicants for admission should write to the Graduate School  
t Office for application forms. Applications and transcripts of credits should be
filed 30 days in advance with the Graduate School Office.
l LlUlTlg ACCOWI/Yl'lOdOtlOHS
I Room applications for single men and women should be made to the Uni-  
versity Housing Oflice, Room 130, Student Center. Rental for a room in the
I residence halls is $100 for the Summer Session. Costs of housing during short l
courses depend on the number of nights in residence.
Furnished efficiency and one-bedroom family housing units are available
. in Shawneetown at $80 and $95 per month. A limited number of two-bedroom
‘ apartments are available at $105 per month. Applications for family accommo- l
` dations should be made as early as possible to the University Housing Office. ;
I The Student Center cafeteria and University grills will be in operation I
  during the Summer Session. z
, Cultural and Recreational Resources *
V The University of Kentucky is located in the center of the Bluegrass Re- I
gion, an area of scenic beauty and historic interest. Many of the famous horse- l
l farms, some more than a thousand acres, are in this rich region. During the  
' Summer Session, tours are conducted to many of these farms, including Elmen-  
Z dorf, Calumet, and Castleton. Ashland (home of Henry Clay), General ]ohn
Hunt Morgan’s residence, the home of Mary Todd (wife of Abraham Lincoln),
and Keeneland Race Track are points of historic interest which may be visited.
_ Out—of-town trips are often scheduled to view the outdoor dramatic presenta-
tions of “Home Is The Hunter" (Harrodsburg, Ky.) and “The Stephen Foster
Story" (Bardstown, Ky.). Lectures and concerts by specialists and visiting pro-
` fessors are presented hy the various departments within the University Commu-
nity. The Department of Theatre Arts will sponsor its third season of Summer l
1 Stock Theatre in cooperation with local and professional artists. The recreational
and lounge facilities in the Student center are frequented by all summer stu-
dents, as well as the planned programs of folk dancing, watermelon feasts, jam
sessions, and weekly film series.
( Health Service
The services of the University Health Service are available to all full-
; time students who have filed a Health Report Form. Part—ti1ne students may
5 apply for these services by submitting a Health Report fomi and paying the
l activities fee. The eligibility of part-time students to receive this service will
be determined by the Health Service.
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  EXPLANATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
  Colleges are arranged according to order and in general the departments
  of each College are arranged alphabetically. ‘
  Days of recitations are indicated by the initial letters of the days. For
  example, M-Th indicates the class is offered Monday through Thursday, M-F
  indicates the class is oliered Monday through Friday, etc. ,
  The buildings are indicated as follows: l
  A, Administration DH, Dickey Hall MG, Men’s Gymnasium `
  AA, Administration EC], ]ournalism MH, Miller Hall
  Allrl€X EH, Erikson Hall MN, Medical Center 1
  ` AE, Agricultural Eugr· FA, Fine Arts Bldg. M, Museum j
l j AG, Alumni Gymnasium FB, Funkhouser Biol. RB, Reynolds Bldg. {
gl j AH, Anderson Hall SCL SC, Sports Center {
il Ag$C, Agricultural FFL Frame Hall sn, Scoville nai Y
jj Science Center KL, King Library (Exp. Sta)
  l BH, Barker Hall L, Lafierty Hall SS) Social Sciences
1. BL, Bowling Lanes McVH, McVey Hall SU, Studcnt Unjcn
  Brad, Bradley Hall ML, Meats Lab TEE, Taylor Education
  Com, Commerce Bldg. MSc, Medical Science Bldg.
  CP, Chemistry-Physics Bldg- WC, Women’s Cym-
sgi Bldg. MeH, Memorial Hall nasium
  D, Dairy MC, Memorial Coliseum
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  100-199 - Open to freshmen; gives undergraduate credit only ,
  200-299—Prerequisite sophomore classification; gives undergraduate credit l
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I 300-399 — Prerequisite junior classilication; gives undergraduate credit only  
l 400-499—Prerequisite junior classilication; gives undergraduate and graduate y
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'_ 500-599 —Prerequisite junior classification; gives undergraduate and graduate  
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  2 600-799 — Open only to graduate students {
  800-999 — Open only to professional students in professional colleges except by  
  permission of college dean l
  1. Freshmen may be admitted to courses numbered between 200 and 499, .
  and sophomores to courses numbered between 300 and 499, upon approval of
l the instructor and the dean of the student’s college. Such approval shall be
li limited to students who have demonstrated superior ability or preparation. ,
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  numbered between 600 and 799 upon approval by the instructor, the dean of  
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LOWER DIVISION
p A. English Composition, 6 credits
g B. Each student must take a total of six of the Areas in the General Studies
Q Component. These must include Areas Il, III, IV, and V, except that stu-
; dents taking Mathematics in Area I may omit either II or III. Every stu-
{ dent graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences must take one course
[ in some laboratory science.
Q Take special care to note that in several of the Areas the requirements can
` only be met by taking two courses in sequences and cannot b met by single ·
courses selected from different sequences. I
C. A student who elects Area I1 must complete a sequence in physics or chem-  
istry if he has not submitted a high school unit in physics or chemistry. i
` D. Foreign Language: A student may satisfy the General Studies require-  
ment in foreign language by passing the fourth semester course in one Z
~ language or by demonstrating equivalent competence by examination. In {
the case of a student who wishes to continue the language begun in high 5
' school, the course level at which he will enroll will be determined by a J
‘ placement test to be administered to all such students. In most instances the l
p student will be required to begin at the level indicated. A student who has y
credit for three units of a foreign language in high school may not take the  
Q first year of that language in college for degree credit. A student who has  
é completed two units of a foreign language in high school may not take the
§ first semester of that language for degree credit.
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  Specific requirements may be obtained from the student’s major department V
  oflice. Plan cards outlining the upper division work and approved by the stu-
E dent’s advisor should be on file in the oliice of the Associate Dean for In-  
Y struction at the beginning of the junior year.
  Total number of credits required for graduation: 1:28 exclusive of physical `
_ education service courses.
I ° These requirements apply to students who entered the University for the i
‘ first time during and after the 1966 Fall Semester. ]
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2 AGRICULTURE
~  A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may elect toward the A. B. or B. S. degree a total .
{ V of 30 credits from other colleges of the University.
  ANTHROPOLOGY (ANT)
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il Henry F. Dobyns, Department Chairman, Bradley 212
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4  100 Intro to Phy Ant 3 M-F 8:10 CP 148 Eddington
`  101 Osteometric Techniques 1 TTh 12:50 SS 120
Q  Prereq: ANT 100 or concur
  121 Intro to Cult Ant 3 M-F 0:20 CP 220 Iiddington
'  525 Applied Ant 3 l\I- F 10:30 Com 221 Staff
Q Prereq: ANT 121
  383 Spec Probs 2 By Appt Brud 206 Staff
  Note: May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credits
 L 581 Indp Work in Ant 3 By Appt Brad 206 Staff
 i· Prereq: Major and a standing of 3. O in the department
°  I Note; May be repeated to zi maximum of 12 credits
‘  A 768 Res Cr for master‘g degree 0 By Appt Staff
I  Note; May be repeated once
 li 790 Res Probs in Ant 3 By Appt Brad 206 Staff
  Note: May be repeated for a maidmum of 12 credits
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 { George \V. Gunther, Department Chairman, Fine Arts 207
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i  203 Intro to Art in Western Civilization 3 M—F 8:10 FA 208 Staff
 is 310 Intermediate Painting 3 M-Th 8:10-11;30 FA 204 Staff
_ § Prereq: ART 210 F 8:10-10:20
3 F 395 Indp Work: Painting, Printmaking 3 15 hrs hy appt FA 205 Staff
1   Prereu; Major and standing of 3. 0 in department. Consent of instructor
  Note: May be repeated to a maximum of 9 credits
 li.; 510 Advanced Painting 3 M-Th 8;10-11:30 FA 308 Staff
  Prereq: ART 311 F 8:10-10:20
  Note: May be repeated to a maximum of 0 credits
{ 556 Medieval Art 3 M-F 10:30 FA 208 Staff
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I Fletcher Gabbard, Department Chairman, Chemistry-Physics 177
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  Samuel F. Conti, Department Chairman, Funkhouser Biological Sciences 220
  125 Gcn Plant Biology, Lec 3 M-Th 8:10 FB 211 Remhert
I 126 Gen Plant Biology, Disc F 8:10 FB 211 Rembert
  Note: All students enrolled in BOT 125 must take BOT 126, Credit will not be given for
fr both BOT 125 and BOT 101
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A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may elect toward the A. B. or B. S. degree a total
of 30 credits from other colleges of the University. `
CHEMISTRY (CHE)
William F. Wagner, Department Chairman, Chemistry-Physics 125
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110 Gen College Che, Lec K: Rec 5 M-F 9:20 CP 139 Staff ‘
111 Lab MF 12:50-3:00 CP 34, 111
“ Prereq: Profic in MA and ENG; IIS CIIE; W 12:50-4:10 CP 34, 111
score above ACT 50th 'ltile
112 Gen College Che, Lec & Rec 5 M-I·` 11:40 CP 139 Staff
113 Lab MF 12:50-3:00 CP 36, 103 1
Prereq: CHE 110 \V 12:50-4:10 CP 36, 103
226 Anal Che, Lec 3-5 M\VThF 8:10 CP 220 Staff  
227 Lab MWF 12:50-4:50 CP 236, 211 ~
Prereq: CIIE 112 or 104  
230 Organic Che, Lee 3 M-F 8:10 CP 220 Staff  
Prereq: Cllli 104 or 112 or consent of instructor 1
231 Lab to aceomp 230 1-2 MTThF 12:50-4:00 CP 336, 320 Staff  
232 Organic Che, Lec 3 M- F 10:30 C P 320 Staff I
Prereq: CHE 230
233 Organic Che, Lab 1-2 MTThF 12:50-4:00 CP 336, 320 Staff
Prereq; CIIE 231 ,
Prereq or concur: CHE 232  
305 Indp Work in Che 1-2 By Appt Staff `
Prereq: Major with standing of 3. 0 in the department {
Note; May he repeated to a maximum of 4 credits ,
532 Qual Organic Anal, Lec & Rec 3 By Appt CP 320 Staff
533 Lab By Appt CP 325
Prereq: CHE 232
746 Topics in Phys Che 2 By Appt CP 111 Staff
Prereq: CHE 442, MA 431 `
768 Res cr for master's degree 1-9 wks By Appt
769 Res cr for doetor's degree 1-9 wks By Appt ‘
700 Research in Che 1-5 By Appt
COMBINED DEGREES I 
For combined courses in Arts and Law, Arts and Medicine, Arts and Dentistry, Arts and I 
Forestry, and Arts and Engineering, see the General Catalogue for rules and regulations. _
COMPUTER SCIENCE (CS)
Silvio O. Navarro, Department Chairman, McVey 66  
220 Intro to Algorithmic Processes 2 M-F 9:20 MeVH 104 Staff
V Prereq: MA 110
ECONOMICS `
UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
_ Re uirements in the Field of Concentration: Forty credits of advanced work in the field of social I
stu 'es, inc udlgg the major work.  
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  Reguirements for a Major: Prereguisites: Economics 251, 252. A minimum of 18 credits of L
  advanced work in economics. 1n addition tutorial course 396 must be taken in the senior year to `
  prepare for the required comprehensive examination.
  For listing of economics courses see page
1  ' EDUCATION
I ; A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may elect toward the A. B. or B. S. degree a total
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 l Jacob H. Adler, Department Chairman, McVey 325  
lr  101-1 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 7:00 McVH 200 Staff  
Q 101-2 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 8:10 McVH 203 Staff {
II 101-3 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 8:10 McVH 206 Staff Q
  101-4 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 20~1 Staff I
F 101-5 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 231 Staff {
P 101-6 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 10:30 McV1l 200 Staff  
1 101-7 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 10:30 MeVH 203 Staff  
B 101-8 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 11:40 McVH 200 Staff ;
_l 102-1 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 8:10 CP 183 Staff l
  102-2 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 9:20 C P 201 Staff  
  102-3 Freshman Comp 3 M-F 11:40 McVH 203 Staff  
  161-1 Intro to Lit 3 M-F 8:10 McVH 207 Staff I
I 161-2 Intro to Lit 3 M-F 11:40 McVll 204 Staff  
l 181-1 Basie Public Speaking 3 M-F 8:10 CP 208 Blyton l
  181-2 Basic Public Speaking 3 M-F 10:30 CP 183 Patterson
I 221 Surv of Eng Lit 3 M-F 8:10 l\icVII 209 Staff
  222-1 Surv of Eng Lit 3 M-F 9:20 McVII 207 Fryxell }
  Q` 222-2 Surv of Eng Lit 3 M-F 10:30 McVII 206 Staff  
Q 261-1 Western World Lit: From the Greeks thru
i · the Renaissance 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 209 Staff 1
  261-2 Western World Lit: From the Greeks thru  
:;  the Renaissance 3 M-F 10:30 McVII 207 Staff  
g' 262-1 Western World Lit: 1660 to Present 3 M-F 8:10 MeVH 231 Staff l
  . 262-2 Western World Lit: 1660 to Present 3 M-F 11:40 McVH 231 Staff
  395 Indp Work 3 By Appt
  Prereq: Major and standing of 3. 0 in the department
  472 Stud in Eng for HS Teachers 1-3 M-F 10:40-11:50 Com 227 Ringe
L! Note: Open only to members of NDEA English Institute
  J Note: May be repeated to a total of 6 credits
Ii: 509-1 Comp for Teachers 3 M-F 8-9:10 Com 225 Staff
  l Note: Open only to members of NDEA English Institute ~
  _ 509-2 Comp for Teachers 3 M-F 8:10 McVlI 210 Staff .
Y 510 Mod Brit and Amer Eng 3 M-F 9:20-10:30 Com 227 Cutler
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l 512 Gram of Struc & Usage 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 210 Simonini
1 l 526 Shakespeare: Comedies 3 M-F 8:10 McVH 200 Staff `
527 Shakespeare: Tragedies 3 M-F 10:30 McVH 210 Simonini
528 Milton 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 203 Staff
533 18th Cent British Novel 3 M-F 11:40 McVH 210 Staff `
540 19th Cent British Novel 3 M-F 8:10 McVH 204 Fryxell
542 20th Cent British Lit 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 206 Fryxell
; 551 Am Lit before 1860 3 M-F 9:20 McVH 200 Jacobs
I 552 Am Lit: 1860-1900 3 M-F 11:40 McVH 209 Staff
  553 Am Lit since 1900 3 M-F 10:30 McVH 204 Fryxell
i 582 Persuasion 3 M-F 9:20 CP 397 Blyton
i 584 Teaching of Speech 3 M-F 8:10 CP 201 Patterson
‘ 600 Bibliographical Studies 3 M-F 10:30 FA 4 t
1 630 Stud in Eng Lit: 1660-1720 4 MTThF 2-3:40 CP 183 Staff
1 652 Stud in Am Lit since 1860 4 MTThF11;40-1:20 CP 183 Jacobs
1 768 Res cr for master's degree O By Appt ’
{ Note: May be repeated once
1 769 Res cr for doctor's degree 0 By Appt
{ Note: May be repeated indefinitely `
780 Directed Studies 3 By Appt _
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I Phillip A. Duncan, Department Chairman, Miller 308  
` 011 French for Reading Knowledge 0 M-F 8:10 Com 233 Staff
I 104 Elementary French (oral approach) 4 M-F 9:20 Com 437 Staff ' 
I 202 Intermediate French 3 M-F 8:10 Com 221 Staff ·
I Prereq: FR 201 or three years high school French
512 Advanced French Conversation 2 M-F 1:30 Com 329 Staff I
1 Prereq: FR 203 or 207 and 208 (
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I 553 The Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages _ 
(French) 3 M-F 8:10 Com 331 Mueller
711 Seminar in French Realist Novel 3 M-F 10:30 Com 329 Duncan ·
, Prereq: Consent of instructor
1 Note: May be repeated for a total of G credits. ` 
717 Seminar in Contemporary French Poetry 3 M-F 9:20 Com 329 Luszczynski i
Prereq: Consent of instructor `
GEOGRAPHY (GEO) l
J. R. Schwendeman, Department Chairman, Social Sciences 226 Q
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152-1 Regional Geo of the World 3 M-F 9:20-11:30 SS 229 Karan `
` (June 12—July 7)
152-2 Regional Geo of the World 3 M-F 8:10 SS 231 McElhoe
155 Eco Geo of the World 3 M-F 8:10 CP 249 Withington '
650 Regional Study of Special Areas 3 By Appt SS 226 Withington
  Note: May be repeated for a total of 6 credits
Prereq: A prior major or minor in GEO or consent of instructor
768 Res cr for master's degree 0 By Appt SS 226 Staff
·   Note: May be repeated once
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:, 770 Seminar-Development of Geographic Thought 3 By Appt SS 227 Karan
  Prereq: GEO major or consent of instructor
 
  GEOLOGY (GLY)
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  Vincent E. Nelson, Acting Chairman, Miller 107
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1 , 104-1 Outlines of Gly 3 M-F 8:10 MH 203 Lyons
l Field trip: 1 afternoon field trip by appt
l   104-2 Outlines of Gly 3 M-F 9:20 MH 203 MacQuown
1 Field trip: 1 afternoon field trip by appt
 t 105 Outlines of Gly 3 M-F 10:30 MH 203 MacQuown
Q V Prereq: GLY 104 or 200
l 110-1 Lab Work in Elem Gly 1 T-Th 10:30 MH 5 Lyons
  Prereq or concur: GLY 104
  110-2 Lab Work in Elem Gly 1 T-Th 11:40 MH 5 Lyons
 4 112 Elem Field Gly 1 W 12:50-5:00 MH 5 Lyons
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  Wayne Wonderley, Department Chairman, Kinkead 304  
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( 21 Elementary German 0 M-F 8:10 CP 103 Long  
` 121-122 Elementary German: Simple (Accelerated) 5
  Ger Read & Pron 6 M-F 9:20-11:30 CP 211 Goff §
Z 122 Simple German Reading and Pronunciation 3 M-F 8:10 Com 307 Mayland  
Q Prereq: GER 121 or one year high school 1
5; 221 German Translation Er Rapid Reading 3 M-F 9:20 CP 103 Long {
17 Prereq: GER 122 or 2 years high school l
  222 German Translation & Rapid Reading 3 M-F 9:20 Com 307 Mayland l
  Prereq: GER 221 or 3 years high school 1
  230 Introduction to Classical Kt 19th Century  
  German Literature 3 M-F 11:40-12:40 CP 345 Binger  
lj Prereq: GER 222 or 4 years high school 2
  525 Proseminar in Hauptmann 3 M-F 10:30-11:30 CP 345 Binger  
\ 1 Prereq: GER 230 or 231 or equivalent  
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  104 Europe to 1648 3 M-F 8:10 FH 201 Daniel  
kl 105 Mod Eur since 1648 3 M-F 10:30 FH 201 Lunde ’
  . 108 U S His thru 1865 3 M-F 9:20 FH 201 DeBerry
  109-1 U S His since 1865 3 M-F 8:10 FH 202 DeBerry
  109-2 U S His since 1865 3 M-F 7:00 FH 202 Talbert |
}` 203 His of B1·it People since Restoration 3 M-F 7:00 FH 201 Webb ‘
  ` 208 Colonial Latin Amer 3 M-F 7:00 FH 205 Brubaker
  230 The Hellenistic World & Rome to Death of
_? ` : Constantine 3 M-F 8:10 FH 205 Scarborough
  240 His of Ky 3 M-F 8:10 LH 100 Talbert
i 270 Early Middle Ages 3 M-F 9:20 FH 202 Daniel V
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490 Modern Europe 3 M-F 9:20 FH 205 Lunde
Prereq: HIS 104, 105
503 A His of the Roman Empire 3 M-F 10:30 FH 202 Scarborough
Prereq: HIS 502 or consent of instructor
558 His of Canada 3 M-F 8:10 FH 204 Webb
Prereq: 1 yr college history
. 566 His of U S since 1939 3 M-F 10:30 FH 205 Staff
Prereq: 1 yr of American History
584 Economic His of Latin America since
Independence 3 M-F 9:20 FH 204 Brubaker
Prereq; HIS 208 or 209 or ECO 102 or 103 or consent of instructor
Courses open only to Graduate Students
712 Seminar in Amer His 1865— Present 3 TTh & 1-2:50 FH 201 Staff
\ Note: May be repeated to a maximum of 1 hr by appt
i 12 credits
730 Seminar in Mod Brit His 3 MW & 1-2:50 FH 201 Cone `
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I of 30 credits from other colleges of the University.
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S IIYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH (HYG)  
{ Nicholas J. Pisacano, Department Chairman, Medical Center MN 666 i
1 110 Intro to Human Biology and Health 3 M-F 9:20 CP 249 Hamilton `
Course open only to Upper Division and Graduate Students ;
500 Public Health 3 M-F 10:30 CP 249 Hamilton
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A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may elect toward the A. B. degree a total of 30 i
credits from other colleges of the University. I-lowever, election of law courses is restricted. ‘ 
A 2. 3 standing on all work attempted is required to enter the College of Law; a standing of 2. 0 ;
is required on the professional work on the combined Arts—Law degree.
For the combined Arts—Law course see the University of Kentucky Catalogue for requirements. `
A student must have a total of 128 credits plus physical education for the A. B. degree. In the `
junior year check with the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Registrar's Office.
LIBRARY SCIENCE (LS)
Lawrence Allen, Department Chairman, King Library 405 A
 
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 if 513 Org E: Adm of the Sch Library 3 M-F 8:10 KL 403 Staff `
  _ 529 Cataloging Bt Classification 3 M-F 12:50 KL 403 Murphy
 ji 533 Reference 8: Bibliography 3 M-F 11:40 CP 267 Staff
 .' 536 Lit & Rel Mat for Young People 3 M-F 9:20 CP 287 Pillon
,1 537 Children's Lit & Rel Mat 3 M—F 11:40 CP 287 Pillon
*1 J; 539 Library Practice 3 By App; Martin
  I, Prereq: LS 513, 529 and two of the following courses: LS 533, 536, 537
  ,· 545 Org of Lib Mat 3 M-F 9:20 KL 403 Staff
€ 586 Visual Tchg 3 TEB
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` , 613 Prob in Sch Library Service 3 M-F 8:10-10:20 CP 265 Staff
( Prereq: LS courses leading to provisional certification (18 hours) (July 10 - August 4)
 ( 629 Adv Cataloging & Classification 3 M-F 10:30-12:50 CP 208 Murphy
. V (Workshop in LS) (July 10 - Aug 4)
  Prereq: LS 529 or equiv
{ 633 Subject Bibliography 3 M—F 11:40 KL 403 Staff
yi Prereq: LS 533 or equiv
‘·  635 Government Publications 3 M-F 10:30 CP 267 Staff
  Prereq: LS 533 or equiv
{AY 650 Adult Reading Guidance 3 M-F 10:30-12:50 CP 297 Staff
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 ,· 771 Seminar 3 M-F 8:10-10:20 CP 265 Allen
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l; 781 Indiv Study in Library Science 1 By Appt KL 405A Staff {
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; 786 Prob in Library Science 1-4 By Appt KL 405A Staff 3
  Prereq: 9 hours of LS at the 600 level  
  Note: May not be repeated  
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Q , Wimberly C. Royster, Department Chairman, McVey 128 I
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Y 110 Coll Alg & Trig 5 M-F 8:10-10:20 McVH 129 Staff I
j Prereq: One imit high school algebra, one unit high school plane geometry and score of 60
I ~ or above on ACT E
 jj 111 Coll Alg 3 M-F 11:40 McVIl 106 Staff N
J   Prereq: One unit high school algebra
I $1,, 113-1 Anal & Calc I 4 M-F 8:10 McVH 103 Staff _
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