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  Calendar 3
{ Map 6
1 The Academic Program 8
  The University 13
  Fields of Study 17
l Entering the University 21
P Living Accommodations 25
F Expenses & Financial Aid 29
n L; Working Toward a Degree 33
l   Libraries 39
  The Honors Program 41
  Student Affairs 43
l Course Nu1nbering System 46
ll Abbreviations 46
  Arts & Sciences 49
"   Agriculture 131
’ Home Economics .150
· Q Engineering 157
_   Law 179
F   Education 185
  Business & Economics 215
    Pharmacy 222
    Medicine 228
    Nursing 230
    Dentistry 233
    Architecture 240
T    Graduate School 245
  if ·.  Allied Health Professions 255
M L   University Extension 262
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  15. Boyd Hall 44. Jewell Hall 72. Stoll Field
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   The Academic Program
  A Umvrznsrrv names Tocmnen students with greatly Within each of these areas, several optional sequences
I? ·  varying geographic, economic, social, political, and edu- are available, giving the student a wide variety of learn-
r  cational backgrounds. Although any entering class is a ing opportunity in the basic disciplines.
rather select group in intellectual ability and educational
i achievement, there is still a considerable range of ability,
ng V achievement, and incentive among the individuals in The Courses in Cach men me
  ‘ the class. '
  A state university is characterized by a wid-e variety Anna I_ MatnemnnCS_PhilnSnnhy
I of course offerings and degree programs ranging from
  the most traditional of majors in the liberal arts to n gl: ECILEIEI SIIICICS I€qIlIIcI“°“I In this awa m*IY be $*III$‘
  , professional and applied programs with rather specific E Y mt CI CMC fC“CW1¤g¤CCC °pt1°“S°
  vocational goals. A. MA 113 Analytics and Calculus I (4)
rl  The combination of a heterogeneous student body B. PHI 220 Elementary Logic (3)
#  I: and the multiplicity of curricula requires that the   3%% (if tht? f0ll§>W1¤g¤ _
ie, University furnish alternative paths of study, even for PHI 230 Elggiucnon tO Phllosophy Eg)
  the entering student, to provide the soundest education. PHI 500 Histnn, nf Ancient Phnnsnnhy (3;
;' The programs being developed are based, in part, on PHI 505 History gf Medieval and Renaissance
  the assumptions that every graduate should have breadth Phil0$QPhY l (3)
I W of understanding achieved by study in the basic dis- PHI SIU HISLOIY OL Modem PIIIIPSOPIIX (3)
I I  ci lines and that he should have achieved de th b PHI 520 Intloductwn tl) Symbolic Logic (3)
gi   C? C d t d _ _ d t t O fp _ li PHI S35 Social and Political Philosophy (3)
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Pr  _· area C S u Y m a mmol Par men I pr css O C. MA 122 Fundamental Concepts of Mathematicsl (3)
g n·  ‘ MA 222 Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics II (3)
Y I  All entering students are formally registered in the _ _
I Q College of Arts and Sciences and remain registered in Ama II- PIIYSICUI S°"’”°‘”
.  that College until the beginnmg of the IUTUOT Wal', OT The general studies requirement may be satisfied by Choos-
K rgntzl the admission requiremets of another College have ing one Oi il-ie following seven sequences:
‘  een met.
‘ . A. PHY 191 D ' ` A
· Tg help the student acquire a breadth 0;:1 under- PHY 192   Ai;((;1;;Tnl;,  
‘ stan ing, the University requires o each stu ent, in .
r I addition to six hours of English Comlaosition or demon- B' CHE 102 Elem Gem Chcmlluy (5)
. _ _ _ r CHE 104 Elem. Cen. Chemistry (5)
i  stration of proficiency, completion of a sequence of 2 C CHE 110 Gen Con Chcmimy 5
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