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Room of Mchv Hall, Monday

The University Senate met in toe filcc
January 20, President Mc7e§ presiding.
en The micutes of the December 19, meetiLg

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The Committee in Duplication of COJ:ees made the following recommendations
concerning prerecdieites:
1. That prerequisites be considered under two healings:
a» ClessifiCation b. Prescribed

ine prereqfiisites as to

concerned specify

3» If tne abO'e Vie" is ac:ept:d, the Comgittee re ommendsl
3- Th t junior clesqificauion be required for admission to all
co“rse: that may be : ounted foh 7T”“1&BP work;
on The: the departments concernei prcecxibe the COJTFGS
required, and tr nsmit them to the Heeietrq? V0” DuLlicetion


The Senate voted that the ac ove recoml endation be mim .eographed and sent
to tie meme :9 of the Sz-nete and considered be: ore the next meeting.

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February 10, 1930
by Senate met in the lecture room of MoVey Hall Monday,
0, President McVey presiding.
3f Janna dry 0 wére approved as reads ‘

considered the recomm endatisn of
n of Course<
ast mee

the Committee on
concerning prerequisites which held over
ting for cons ideration. the
tion was approved as follows:

After an amendment,

That prerequ151tes be considered under two headingss'
ao Classification b. Prescribed

That the University Senate define prerequisites as to

classification, and that the departments concerned specify
the courses.

f the above View is accepted, the 60mmittee recixmends:
a« That jfinior calssification be rruiired for admission

to ali CO;T:?€S that may be counted for graduate work, Ex=
ceptions to this rule iri particuie,r cases may be made by flm
Dean and the Head of the Department concerned. be That Mm
deDar rtznents concerned prescr ihe the courses required, and
transmit them to the Re3istr ar for publication in the UniVm

efisity catalog.