A   Radio-Journalism Sequence . V
  1 Courses COUYSBS
c°» ? Journalism 10021, 100b 6 Journalism 150 3
e Journalism 101a ,3 Journalism. 105 3
i Journalism 114 4 Journalism 123a. 3
· Political Science 173 5 Journalism 127 3
  · speech, English elect. 10 Psychology 104 4
8 l V Radio-Arts electives 8-10 Speech, English elect. 10
9 ’ General electives 15 Radio-Arts electives 8-10
g . General electives 15
2   51-53 49-51
6 * Students required to take physical education will enroll each quarter
‘ until the physical fitness standard is completed.
The University provides professional education for library
A work through the Department of Library Science of the College
of Arts and Sciences. A one-year curriculum of 45 quarter hours,
with electives in the various library fields, is offered. Students
i who complete this curriculum during the senior year of college
i receive the A. B. or B. S. degree. Students who complete the work
E following a bachelor’s degree receive the professional degree of
Q ` Bachelor of Science in Library Science. The amount of residence
E- required is three-quarters beyond the bachelor’s degree. It is also
, possible for students to fulfill the Southern Association require-
  ments for teacher—librarians by electing specified library science
f courses. Studentslin the College of Education who are working
I for the degree of A. B. or M. A. in Education may elect courses in
Library Science.
l The Department of Library Science is accredited by the South-
  ern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and by the
i American Library Association.
l Professional courses on the senior or graduate level are de-
- signed primarily for majors in the department, but non-majors
may be admitted on approval of the Head of the Department.
Among general courses available to non—majors is included an
orientation course in the use of the library for students in the lower
V division, and two semi—professional courses for prospective teachers.
. An independent work course is available to students who want to
A study some phase of library science related to their majors, fields of
concentration, or theses.
i Courses recommended for teacher-librarians: High schools with
, enrollment of 100 or less, 9 quarter hours in courses 110, 127, and -
- 1453 High schools with enrollment of 100 to 200 students, 18 quarter
_ hours in courses 110, 127, 128, 129a, 133a, and 145.