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Q UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
CENTENNIAL,1865-1965
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voLLVME 57 MAIICII. 1965 NUMBER :3
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  OUTLINE OF REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION
l if  LOWER DIVISION
·'   General Requirements:
Vi ‘· English, first and second semesters, freshman year, 6 credits.
'°~ _ General Hygiene, 1 semester.
  d Physical Education, 2 credits.
‘ Group Requirements:
T 1. Foreign Languages (Arabic, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, ;
]apanese, Russian, Spanish). Required: Twelve semester hours in one language,
·_ the first nine of which may be waived.
jg 2. The Humanities. To satisfy the lower division requirements in the Humanities, `
  _ students in the College of Arts and Sciences must earn four credits in literature
  —· and philosophy (Humanities 200, 201 or 202) and two credits in art or music
‘j -4 (Humanities 203 or 204). These courses should be taken during the sophomore
  · year, and two courses from 200, 201 or 202 may not be taken simultaneously.
,   3. The Social Studies. The student is permitted to choose two of the following
  Qi-` courses to satisfy the group requirements in the social studies: History 104, 105, `
LQ. , 108, 109;- Political Science 151; Anthropology 121, 153; Sociology 151, 153, 154; ‘
  Geography 153, 154; Economics 251, 252.
{lic;) 4. The Biological Sciences. Students may satisfy the biological group requirements ,
;   by completing a minimum of six semester credits from the following courses: ‘
Z'.: Anthropology 100; Microbiology 100, 102, 200; Botany 101 or 125, 103; .·
  Psychology 100; Zoology 100. ·
rl; Note.—Six credits of the courses that satisfy the biological and physical sciences
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  5. The Physical Sciences. Students will be permitted to take work in either one or
  two departments in order to satisfy the physical science requirement. Six or
more credits can be taken from the following courses: Astronomy 191, 192;
·‘ Chemistry 102, 104, 110, 112; Geology 100, 104, 105; 110 with 104; 112,
° 113 with 100 or 104, 105; 214; Mathematics 111, 112, 113; Physics 151,
152, 211, 213, 231, 232 (with 241, 242). See note under Biological Sciences.
    Note.—A student must have attained a standing of 2.0 in order to be promoted
‘· ’ to the senior class.
gl UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
  I Specific requirements are given under each department. Plan cards outlining the
upper division work and signed by the student’s advisor should be on file in the dean’s ,”
, oflice at the beginning of the junior year. .
Total Number of Credits Required for Graduation: 128 exclusive of Physical Edu- `
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| AEROSPACE SCIENCE (AS)
! Colonel R. C. Boys, USAF, Department Chairman, Barker Hall 205
A UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
` Completion of basic course or equivalent, Minimum score on Air Force Officers Qualification
Test, physical qualification, recommendation of a selection board, academic standing average.
101 AS 1 AFROTC 2 By Appt By Appt B11 201
102 AS 1 AFROTC 2 By Appt By Appt Bll 201
211 AS 2 AFROTC 2 By Appt By Appt BII 201
, 212 AS 2 AFROTC 2 By Appt By Appt B11 201
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Q AGRICULTURE
i A student in the College of Arts and Sciences may elect toward the A. B. or B. S. degree a total
E of 30 credits from other colleges of the University.
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I ANTHROPOLOGY (ANT)
; Frank J. Essene, Department Chairman, Social Sciences 12-1
i UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
Requirements in the Field of Concentration; At least 40 credits of advanced work in the major
and allied subjects
Requirements for a Major: Anthropology 100, 121, 153 (Geography 153 or Sociology 153 arc
equivalents of Anthropology 153). Required; A minimum of 24 credits of advanced work, in-
cluding Anthropology 582 repeated once, and at least one course in each subdivision of An-
thropology, namely in Archaeology, Ethnology, and Physical Anthropology . Comprehensive
examination in senior year.
LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS — See Page 9
Note; Six credits of the courses that satisfy the biological and physical sicences requirements
must be in courses that have laboratory.
100 Intro to Phy Ant 3 M-F 8:10 CP 148
101 Osteornetric Teehn 1 ’I`Th 0:20-11:00 SS 115
121 Intro to Cult Ant 3 M-F 11;40—12;40 CP 220
Courses open only to Upper Division and Graduate Students
383 Spec Prob 2 By Appt   125
_ Note; May he repeated to a maximum of 8 credits
é 581 lndp Work in Ant 3 By Appt SS 125
. V Note; May he repeated to a maximum of 12 credits
Courses open only to Graduate Students
  768 Res Cr for master's degree O By Appt SS 125
` Note; May be repeated once
  790 Res Prob in Ant 3 By Appt SS 125
  Note; May be repeated to a maximum of 12 credits
   
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ART
Richard B. Freemen, Department Chairman, Fine Arts 207
UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
Reguirements in the Field of Concentration: 40 credits in advanced work in the field of
literature, philosophy, and the arts, including the major work.
Reguiremcnts for a Major in Art: Prerequisites: Art 100, 101, 110, 130, 200, 201, 210 and
236 or 237. Required: A minimum of 26 credits of advanced work in Art, including courses
500, 509; 12 credits in studio courses; 9 credits in the history and theory of art; and a
comprehensive examination in the senior year. .
Reguirements for a Major in Art Education; Prerequisites: Art 100, 101, 110, 130 200, 201,
210. Reguired: 12 credits in advanced studio areas, including Art 236 or 237, 242, 310, 330, ,
336, plus 8 additional hours to be selected from two of the three studio areas; 9 credits in i
public school art, including Art 170, 171, 172, 173, 577 or 575; 6 credits in history and theory
of art, preferably Art 562 and 564; 1 credit in the Senior Seminar, Art 509; and 21 credits in
Education, including 101 or 301, 202 or acceptable substitutes, 340 or 344, and 342 (Practice ,
'Teaching).
LOWER DIVISION R1·IQUIREM1·1N’I`S: See Page 9
172 Pub Sch Art: Lec 3 MWF 12:50 FA 107
Prereq: ART 170
173 Pub Sell Art; Stud M\VF 2-4:20 FA 106
Courses open only to Upper Division and Graduate Students
310 Intermed Paint 3 MW 12:50-5:3084 FA 202 ,
Prereq; ART 210 4 hrs by appt Q
311 Intermed Paint 3 MW 12;50—5;30& FA 202 ,
Prereq: AR'I` 310 -1 hrs by appt
330-1 Adv Sculpture 81 Design 3 MW 12:50-4:20 8: RB
Prereq: ART 130, 236 or 237 5 hrs by appt
33()-2 Adv Sculpture & Design 3 'l`Th 12:50-4:20 St FA 104 A
Prereq: ART 130, 236 or 237 5 hrs by appt
379 Art Edu Workshop 1 M-F 8:10-11:40 FA 208
Prereq; ART 170 June 21-25
395 Indp Work: Paint, Printmaking 3 15 hrs by appt FA 207
Prereq; Major and standing of 3. 0 in the department
Note: May be repeated to a maximum of 9 credits
397 Indp Work: Sculp, Ccram, & Des 3 15 hrs by appt FA 207
Prereq: Major and standing of 3. 0 in the department
Note: May be repeated to a maximum of 9 credits
509 Seminar in Art 1 M-F 8:10-11:40 FA 209
(Junc 21-25)
Note: May bc repeated to a maximum of 4 credits
510 Adv Paint 3 MW 12:50-5:30 84 FA 206
Prereq: ART 311 4 hrs by appt
Note: May be repeated to a maximum o1' 9 credits
564 20th Century Art 3 M—F 9:20 FA 107
Courses open only to Graduate Students {
664 Studie