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    Calendar
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    Managing boards and college administration
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    Faculty of instruction
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Florida A. & M. College Press
Tallahassee





SERIES XII JUNE 1920 No. 4
BULLETIN
OF THE
Florida Agricultural & Mechanical College
FOR NEGROES
TALLAHASSEE
TO BE FOLLOWED BY
THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL CATALOG
DELAYED THRU PAPER SHORTAGE
GENERAL INFORMATION
1919-1920
Entered as Second Class Mail Matter August 24, 1912, at the
Post Office Tallahassee, Florida, under the Act of August
24, 1912.
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CALENDAR
1920 -
Sept. 25 Saturday Refectory Opens
Sept. 27 Monday
Entrance Examinations '
Sept. 28 Tuesday
Sept. 29 Wednesday First Semester Begins (.G
Nov. 25 Thursday Thanksgiving Day
Dec.13-16 Mon.-Thurs. Farmers' Institute
1921
Dec. 25 Saturday Christmas Holiday
Jan. 1 Saturday Emancipation Day
Feb. 1 Tuesday Second Semester Begins
gIar. 4 Friday Inter-Class Debate
May 27 Friday Oratorical Contest
May 28 Saturday Senior Chapel
May 29 Sunday Baccalaureate Sermon
May 30 Monday Annual Music Recital
May 31 Tuesday Alumni Day
June 1 Wednesday Class Day
June 2 Thursday Commencement





MANAGING BOARDS
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION.
HIIS EXCELLENCY, GOVERNOR SYDNEY J. CATTS, President.
HON. W. N. SHEATS, Supt. Public Instruction, Secretary.
HON. J. C. LUNING, State Treasurer, Treasurer.
HON. H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Secretary of State.
HON. VAN C. SWEARINGEN, Attorney General.
BOARD OF CONTROL.
HON. J. B. HODGES, Chairman, Lake City.
HON. E. L. WARTMAN, Citra.
*HON. T. B. KING, Arcadia.
*HON. J. T. DIAMOND, Gonzales.
*HON. H. B. MINIUM, Jacksonville.
*HON. J. B. SUTTON, Tampa.
*HON. W. W. FLOURNOY, DeFuniak Springs.
HON. BRYAN MACK, Secretary, Tallahassee.
*Part of the year.
COLLEGE ADMINSTRATION
GENERAL OFFICERS.
NATHAN B. YOUNG, President.
JOHN F. MATHEUS, Auditor and Secretary.
HELEN D. FORBES, President's Secretary.
ALBERTINA T. EDMONDSON, Auditor's Secretary.
JULIA A. CALVIN, Librarian and Registrar.
BERTHA R. ARRINGTON, Superintendent of Refectory.
DEPARTMENTAL OFFICERS.
HOMER THOMAS, Dean of Academic Department.
W. H. A. HOWARD, Dean of Mechanic Arts Department.
A. L. MEBANE, Dean of Agricultural Department.
E. O. PAIGE, Acting Dean of Home Economics Department.
L. M. CROPPER, Dean of Women.
E. E. BROUGHTON, Dean of Men.
VIRGINIA HILYER, Superintendent of Sanatorium.
MRS. E. P. JONES, Principal of Training School.
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FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION
(Arranged in order of length or service.)
NATHAN B. YOUNG, A. M., Litt. D.,
Professor of Philosophy and Economics.
ELLEN0. pATGE.
Domestic Art.
WILLIAM H. A. HOWARD, A. M.,
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Methods in Trades
and Industries (Smith-Hughes).
LULU M. CROPPER,,
Geography, Physiography.
VIRGINIA HILYER, R. N.,
Nurse Training.
EVERETT B. JONES, B. S..
Professor of Chemistry and Biology. i
THOMAS S. JOHNSON,
Wheelwrighting and Blacksmithing.
RUFUS J. HAWKINS. A. B.,
Acting Professor of English.
JOHN F. MATHEUS, A. B.,
..Professor of Latin and Modern Languages.
MRS. ELIZA P. JONES.
Primary Methods.
HOMER THOMAS, A. M.,
Professor of Education.
JULIA A. CALVIN,
Librarg Methods.
ESTHER L. ROBINSON, B. S., &
English.
SARA A. JENKINS, B. S.,
Geography and Physical Culture. T
LENORA S. HARGRAVES, R. N.,
Nurse Training.
BENJAMIN L. WAITES, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Physics.
LECKWOOD W. BLACK,
Dawiying and Poultry Raising.





8 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE
SARA, A. THORNE, A. B..
Assistant Professor Mathematics and English.
ARNETTE E. RAMBEAU,
Painting.
CLARA B. MOON.
Domestic Art.
EARLY E. BROUGHTON,
Business.
JOHN G. LUMPKINS,
Field Crops.
WALTER PENDARVIS,
Printing.
LOUISE H. CRAIG. B. A.,
Asst. Professor of English.
- MAR __Y._TADD.B. Ped.,
.: Housekeeping.
HENRY F. COLEMAN, A. B.,
Asst. Professor of Mathematics.
LEVI ALEXANDER, JR.,
Carpentry and Mechanical Drawing.
ALBERT L, MEBANE, B. Agr., M. S. A.,
Professor of Agriculture.
ROBERT G. BRUCE, B. S. A.,
Asst. Professor of Agriculture.
WILLIAM H. CRUTCHER,
Asst. Professor of Agricultural Pedagogy (Smith-Hughes).
GROVER HARDEN,
Engineering.
WALTER N. LOWE,
Tailoring &
MAE E. BAXTER,
Music.
MABEL R. BROOKS,
Freehand and Mechanical Drawing.
MRS. JULIA A. DAVIS,
Housekeeping.
HELEN D. FORBES, A. B.,
Math ematics.





FACULTY
ELIZABETH C. MAY. B. L._
Domestic Science.
*MRS. IDA S. STARKES .
Laundering.
MATTIE E. LEWIS
Domestic Science.
WILLIAM J. GUNN, M. D.,
College Physician.
SAMUEL H. DANIELS, B. S., M. D., Interne,
Physiology and Health.
W. E. GREY, B. S., M. D.,
Lecturer.
JOHN E. HUNTER, M. D.,
Lecturer.
IANDERSON A. TURNER, '
Farmers' Club Organizer.
MRS. RACHEL C. KELLY,
Cafeteria. '
*ANNIE L. COMBS,
Asst. Children's School .
*KATHERINE D. ROMER,
Asst. Children's School.
MRS. ELIZABETH H. MARTIN,
Book Room. '
STUDENT ASSISTANTS.
ARTHUR F. FLOYD, Animal Husbandry. -
GEORGE WILLIAMS, Engineering.
KATHERINE D. ROMER, Student Accounts.
DEWEY CLEMENTS, Agriculture.
WHEELOCK A. BISSON, Laboratory Assistant.
SARAH E. PRYOR, Library Assistant.
*JAMES WILLIAMS, Acting Commandant.
*JAMES A: ESPY, Acting Commandant.
*Part of the year.
AL- s' :n, '.





GENERAL INFORMATION
. HISTORY, LOCATION AND SUPPORT
By constitutional provision and legislative enactment,
the c'orlege was established in 1887 as a State Normal
School. Under the prineipalship of Mr. T. deS. Tucker
,Issisted by Mr. T. V. Gibbs, it was opened at Tallahassee,
October 5, 1887, with an attendance of fifteen students.
In 1891 the College moved to its present site. In 1905
it [as.se,] from the direct management of the State Board
(,O Eqducation to the management of the Board of Control
as one of the institutions of higher learning. In 1909 its
name wase hanged to that of The Florida Agricultural
and Me>:hanical College for Negroes by the Legislature.
It is-supported mainly by State-and Federal appropria-
tion.- .
BOARDING DEPARTMENT
The Boarding Department, equipped with both dry and
steanl cooking facilities, offers an up-to-date dining ser-
vice.
EXPENSES
Tuition is free.
Board and room rent, including lights and fuel,
per month $13.00; 8 months--_ ..- $104.00
Laundering, etc., $2.00 per month ............... $16.00
Hospital fee, 25cts. per day while sick in addition
to board.
Registration Fee---.._--___.-- .-- _...-- ---_ 3.00





REGULATIONS Ir
FACILITIES OF SELF SUPPORT
A limited- number of earnest young men and women
will be allowed to work out a part of their board and
laundry expenses. Application for this privilege must
be made in writing and accepted before arrival. Money
thus earned will be applied to the boarding account of
the student
REGULATIONS
The regulations of the College are few and simple, ap-
pealing to the student's self-respect and personal respon-
sibility.
Students are not allowed to loaf, to use intoxicating
liquors or tobacco in any form, to gamble or to have or
use firearms.
All punishment is by demerits as follows: five demerits
make one warning, or mark; ten demerits two warnings
or marks; fifteen demerits in any one session make a.
student liable to suspension. Suspended students may be
reinstated by the Prudential Committee or the President.
All laundering must be done in the College laundry,
and students will not be allowed to have laundering done
elsewhere except by special permission from the Presi-
dent. All clothing must be marked with INDELIBLE
INK.
Students should provide themselves with the following
articles:
GENERAL LIST.
3 Sheets 1 Quilt or Comfort
3 Pillow Cases 8 Table Napkins
.4 Towels 1 White Spread
1 Blanket- 1 Bible
1 Bottle of Indelible Ink 1 Dictionary





12 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE-
GIRLS' LIST.
2 Pair High Shoes
I Navy Blue Coat Suit 1 Pair Rubbers
2 Navy Blue Wash Dresses 1 Waterproof Coat
2 White Uniform Waists 1 Umbrella
2 Fancy Voile Waists 3 Navy Blue Waists
4 Gingham Petticoats 2 Laundry Bags
4 Changes Winter Under- 2 Gingham Aprons
wear
The young women are required to wear high shoes
and suitable underclothing during the cold season. All
shoes are to be sensible and comfortable.
Navy blue waists are to be worn on school days and
white uniform waists Sundays and Mondays. The white
uniform waists must be purchased from the College
Store. For spring and fall blue ready-to-wear hats
must be worn. No article of dress need be brought to
school except those named in above list.
BOYS' LIST.
3 Night Shirts 1 Comb and Brush
4 Negligee Shirts 1 Shoe Polishing Outfit
6 White Standing Collars 6 White Napkins
4 Pairs White Cuffs Underclothing sufficient
3 Clothes Bags for three weeks
1 Pair Overalls
REMITTANCES
Parents and guardians are advised in making remit-
tances for students, to send money by postal money order
or express money order or registered letter direct to the
President. He will not be responsible for money sent to
students. All requests for students to come home or to
be withdrawn must be made to the President.





MILITARY ORGANIZATION 13
MILITARY ORGANIZA ION
The young men, except those in the College, are organ-
ized into Cadet Companies in charge of a Com-
mandant. Each company is commanded by a Cadet Cap-
tain and has its full complement of Cadet officers selected
from those students who have been most exemplary in
conduct and soldierly bearing.
The organization is maintained to help in the well
rounded physical, mental andmoral development of the
boys. It is also intended to cultivate habits of neatness,
punctuality, obedience, and to give an erect,' healthy,
manly bearing and a high regard for law and order.
In addition to Company and Battalion drill a course
of military Calesthenics or Gymnastics is given in the
open air.
A band composed of young men of all departments
is organized in connection with the Battalion.
UNIFORMS
The young men's uniforms are made of blue flannel or
blue serge and with the cap cost from $19.00 to $22.00.
These uniforms are made in the college shop and are
sold at actual cost. The patrons are therefore urged
not to buy citizen's suits for their children, but to send
money to the President with which to buy the above
uniform suits.
Satisfactory arrangements for the uniforms is one of
the requirements for matriculation of young men. The
regulation is-uniform suits, caps, black shoes and white
gloves.





14 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE
AD)MISSION.
For admission to the High School, applicants must be
at least 15 years old, of sound health and a good reputa-
tion, and must furnish evidence of having satisfactorily
completed the work 'of the seventh grade. For advance
standing in the High School, applicants must furnish
additional evidence either by examination or by credit-
from accredited schools, guaranteeing such standing.
For admission to the College sixteen units of pre-
paratory work shall be offered. These units must il-
elude.
English ................... at least 3 units
Mathematics ................ at least 3 units
Foreign Languages ........... at least 2 units
History and Civics ........... at least 2 units
Science ..................... at least 1 unit
Vocational Training ......... at least 1 units
Additional to be chosen by the
candidate ................ at least 4 units
Total ............................... 16 units
DEFINITION OF A UNIT.
A unit represents a year's study in any subject in a
secondary school, constituting approximately a quarter
of a full year's work. The definition assumes that the
length of the school year is from thirty-six to forty weeks
and that a period is from forty to sixty minutes in length,
and that the study is pursued for four or five periods
per week. It further assumes that "two hours of manual
training or labatory is equivalent to one hour (or period)
of class-room work."





REQUIREMENTS 15
REGISTRATION.
Time and Place-All students are required to register
on registration days at the beginning of the year and at
the beginning of the second semester.
Penalty for Late Registration-Two dollars ($2.00)
additional will be charged for all late registrants.
Certificate of Registration-Each student must obtain
from the registrar's office a certificate of registration in-
dicating that fees have been paid and that the student is
entitled to enroll in class work.
REQUIREMENTS FOR B. S. DEGREE IN TERMS
OF.UNITS OR SCHOOL HOURS
For graduation from the College course seventy-two
units of work are required. (See description of courses).
Seventy-two units instead of the usual sixty-four are
required because the school hour is only fifty minutes
long.
A unit, or school hour, is a fifty-minute recitation
period or a hundred minute laboratory period. Eighteen
such periods per week during two semesters constitute a
full year's work.
MAJOR WORK.
1. Every student for the degree of Bachelor of
Science must elect and file with the Dean of the Aca-
demic Department, before February of the Sophomore
year, a major department in which he wishes to do
major work.
2. Each department prints the plans of its major
work, but these plans may be changed by the department
to suit individual cases. A Major consists of not less
than 12 units or not more than 24 units, as indicated by
the departments. This work-may all be done in one depart-
ment, or part of it may be in allied subjects in other
departments, provided that at least 12 units of the major
work are taken in some one department.





16 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE
GENERAL STATEMENTS.
There are four departments of the Florida Agricultuial
and Mechanical College above the High School: The
Home Economics, the Mechanic Arts, the Agricultural
and the Academic Department.
The Department of Home Economics offers to women
(1) a four-year combined academic and technical course
leading tithe degree of Bachelor of Science, (2)a two-
year teacher's course leading to a diploma, (3)
Iu nurse training course leading to a certificate
A i4} the Smith-Hughes teacher training course leading
\ to a certificate.
The Mechanic Arts Department offers (1) a
four-year combined academic and technical course lead-
ing to the degree of Bachelor of Science, (2) the Smith-
Hughes teacher training course leading to a certificate,
(3) a commercial course leading to a certificate and
Certificate courses in:
Auto Mechanics (Smith-Hughes).
Blacksmithing.
Business Instruction.
Carpentry and Cabinet Work.
Machine Work.
Painting.
Plumbing. :: *' ; .
Printing.
Tailoring.
Wheelwrighting.
The Agricultural Department offers (1) a four-year
course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science
(B. S. A.), (2) the Smith-Hughes Teacher Training
course leading to a certificate.
The Academic Department offers (1) a four-year
course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science (B.
S.), (2) a two-year teacher's course in pedagogy leading
to a diploma.





OUTLINE OF COURSES 17
OUTLINE OF COURSES
HIGH SCHOOL
FIRST YEAR B
First Semester Second Semester
Reading, alternating with Reading, alternating with
History .............. 6 Spelling ................ 5
Geography ............ 5 Geography ............... 5
Physiology, alternating with Physiology, alternating with
Agriculture ............. 5 Agriculture ............. 5
Arithmetic .............;. 5 Arithmetic ................ 5
Grammar ................. 5 Grammar ................ 5
iging ............. Singing .................. 1
Vocational Training ....... 6 Vocational Training....... 6
FIRST YEAR A
First Semester Second Semester
Required- Required-
English I .................. 5 English I ................. 5
Algebra I ................. 5 Algebra I................. 5
Singing .................. 1 Singing ................ 1
Vocational Training....... 6 Vocational Training ....... 6
Select two- Select two-
Latin I: ................. 5 Latin I ................... 5
Physical Geography ....... 5 Ancient History .......... 5
Ancient History.......... 5 General Science........... 5
Drawing .......... 5 Drawing ................ 5
SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Required- Required-
nglish II ................. English II................. 5
we A ItIIM .....:.... ...... 5 Algebra II ................
Singing ................. 1 Singing .................. 1
Vocatincl Traiinag........ 6 Vocational Training....... 6
SelectF~6~ ~ V Select two-
Latin II................... 5 Latin II................... 5
English History........... 5 English History........... 5
Drawing ............... 5 Drawing ................. 5
THIRD YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Required- Required-
Eng, IIIEnglish III................ English III
A:f E-'. fl T-,-Pane ........... 5 Geometry, Plane ........... 5
" Vpcdtional Training....... 6 Vocational Training ....... 6
t T.[ Smgingg ...........1...... 1
t { 1.r .... ... 1 Singing 1
' \ |! Se'ec :Select two-
| \ Latin HI ....... ..... .. 5 Latin III.................. 5
\ \ Spanish I................. 5 Spanish I................ 5
\ Drawing ................. 5 Drawing ................. 5
Zoology .................. 5 Zoology .................. 5





18THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND. MECHANICAL COLLEGE
FOURTH YEAR
COURSE B-PEDAGOGY
First Semester Second Semester
Required- Required-
English IV ................ 5 English IV................ 5
American History and American History and
Civics................... 5 Civics................... 5
' f)\ Singing .................. 1 Singing .................. 1
V6A2.~yocational Training....... 6 Education I............... 5
Select two- Select two-
Physics I ................. 5 Physics I ................. 5
Chemistry ............... 5 Chemistry ................ 5
Spanish II ......... 5 Spanish II................ 5
Latin IV ................. 5 Latin IV.................. 5
Solid Geometry............ 5 Vocational Training....... 6
COU FSE A--SCIENCE
First Semester Second Semester
Required- Required-
English IV................ 5 English IV................ 5
American History and American History and
Civics................... 5 Civics................... 5
Vocational Training ....... 6 Vocational Training ....... 6
Singing .................. 1 Singing .................. 1
Select two-- Select two-
Latin IV ................. 5 Latin IV .................. 5
Physics I ................. 5 Physics I................. 5
Spanish II................ 5 Spanish II................ 5
Chemistry ................ 5 Chemistry ................ 5
Solid Geometry ........... 5
N. B.-Two years of a foreign language required for graduation.
The figures indicate the number of 50-minute periods a week.
NORMAL SCHOOL
JUNIOR CLASS
Education II ............ 3 Education II ....I.II
Chemistry I............ 6 Chemistry I ........... 5
French I ............. 5 French I ............. 5
Geo. Review ....- ..- ... B Economics I........... 5
SENIOR C.LASS
Education IV ........... 5 Education V ............
French II .............. 6 Ethics I ............... 5
Agricultural Pedagogy ... 5 French I .............. 5
Freehand Drawing -.. ........2 EdcuationXIII -----...--- 2
Manual Training--- ..-------3 Manual Training-------- -- 3





OUTLINE OF COURSES 19
COLLEGE
COURSE LEADING TO B. S.
FRESHMAN
Chemistry I ........... 5, Chemistry I ............ 5
Trigonometry ........... 3 Surveying ........... 3
French I -- ..-------- 5 French I ...... 5
English V ............. 5 English V ........... 5
SOPHOMORE
Chemistry II ............5 Chemistry II ............ 5
Analytic Geometry .......5 6Analytic Geometry ....... 5
English VI ............ 3 English VI ........... 3
French II --- .---. .-- 5 French II--- .---. .- 5
*. ... JUNIOR
Chemistry III ........... Chemistry III ........... 5
Physics II ............. 5 Physics II .............. 5
Psychology II............ Ethics II .............. 5
English VI ............ 5 English VI ............ 5
Astronomy or Calculus -_--- 3 Astronomy or Calculus------ 3
SENIOR
Chemistry IV-........... 5 Chemistry IV- .-- -.5
Philosophy .-- ..------.-- 5 Sociology- .- --. 5
Economics II ........... Modern History ....... ..... 5
Biology II ............ 5 Biology III ............. 5
Geology ................ 3 Geology ................ 3
English VIII .......... .6 English VIII .............. .5
COURSE LEADING TO B. S. E.
FRESHMAN
First Semester Second Semester
English V -- ...------ English V ----------- -5
French I ..- ... 5 French I ----.-- .... 5
Education I --...----- 3 'Education I1I................... 3
Chemistry I -...-------.. 5 Chemistry II ................. 5.
SOPHOMORE
English VI --- ----- English VI 3.. .3
FrenchII -- 5 French II -- -.. 56----5
Education III --.--.--- 5 Education V .- ..... ....... 5
Biology Ii ..---- 3 Education VI -. .............. 5
Education IV.................... 6 Biology II-.-----.----. 3
JUNIOR
Sociology- .------- 3 Sociology ------ 3
Education VII .---..--- 5 Education X I--- ------ 5
Education VIII -- -----. 5 Education X--.------- 5
Geology I ------.. .-- 3 Geology I -----.-..----- 3





23 THE FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLE'GE
SENIOR
Education XI .----- ..- 5 School Laws of the South S
Education XII.------------- 5 Practice Teaching _.. L
School Laws of the South._ 3 Music II 2
Practice Teaching.---.---- 1 Ethics 5
Review in Psychology.---.- 6 The Art od Story Telling.. 3.
COURSE LEADING TO B. S. IN MECHANIC ARTS
FRESHMAN.. '
First Semester. Second Semester.
Trigonometry ...............5 Su veying ..................
English VI ............... 2 English VI ................. I
Chemistry I .............. 5 Chemist ry I ............. F
Elements of Archi ......... 1- History of Arch .......... 2
Descriptive Geom. ......... 3 Descriptive Geom. ........ 2
Wood Work ............. 2 Wood Work .............. '
SOPHOMORE.
Algebra II .............. 5 English VIII ............. 5
English VII .............. 3 Architectural Drawing .....
History of Arch ........... 1 'History of Arch. ......... 3
Perspective ............... 2. Wood Turning ............ 2
Shades and Shadows ...... 2 Freehand Drawing ....... 2
Physics II ............... 2 Physics II ...............
Freehand Drawing ........ 2
- JUNIOR.
Analytic Geom ........... 5 Analytic Geom ...........
'French ..................-3-- --Archb- Design ............. 4
Economics ........... .. 3 Rendering ................
Arch. Design...... ...... 3 Ethics II ...
Graphic Statics ........... 2 Water Color Draw'g ......
Building Cons............. 2 Metal Work .............. 2
SENIOR.
Arch. Design .............. 5 Calculus. .................
Heating and Vent ......... 2 Sanitary Eng; ............
Specifications and Est ..... 2 Building Cons. ............ 2
Building Cons............. 2 Illumination and Wireing.. 2
Business Law ............ 2 History of Art ............ 1
Plumbing ................. 3 *Thesis ................... 7
*A thesis covering the work of each full school year will be
required.
English VI, Chemistry I, English VII, Physics II, French;
Economics, Surveying, English VIII and Analytic Geometry are
courses the same as in the College of Science.





O.UTLINE OF CQIURS_ .. .. 21
COURSE LEADING TO B. S. AGR.
FRESHMAN.
First Semester. Second Semester.
English ................... 3 English ..... .......... 3
Chemistry. ...... 5 ;. 5 Chem.stry ................ 5
Mathematics, Trigonometry 5 Mathematics, Trigonometry 5
Modern Language ........ 5 Modern Language ........ 5
Elements of Agri. ......... 3 Botany .... ........... 3
Farm Shop-work .......... 2 Dairy Husbandry .......... 3
SOPHOMORE.
English ................. English .................. 3
'Chemistry ............... Entomology ............... 2
Entomology ............... 2 Animal Husbandry .;...... 5
Modern Language ......... 5 Modern Language .....;.. 5
Soils and Fertilizers ...... 4 Chemistry ................ 5
JUNIOR.
Rural Economics .......... 3 Horticulture .............. 3
Bacteriology ............. 3 Plant Pathology .......... 3
Geology ................... 3 Poultry Production ........
Chemistry .............. 5 Methods of Teaching ..... :
Psychology ............... 5 Chemistry ................. 5
Animal Breeding .......... 3 Agr:, Physics ............. 3
: Ethics .................... 5
Suppervised Project.
SENIOR.
Agri. Chemistry ........... 3 Agri. Chemistry .......... 3
Biology ................... 5 Biology ................... 5
Feeds and Feeding ....... 3 Organization and Methods. 3
Vocational Education ..... 3 Plant Breeding ........
Veterinary Science ......... 3 Rural Sociology & Hygiene 5
Farm Management ........ 5 Practice Teaching ........ 5
Supervised Project Work.
A. L. M.
Sept. 16, 1919.
COURSE LEADING TO B. S. IN HOME ECONOMICS
FRESHMAN
COURSE I.
First Semester. Second Semester.
Chemistry I ............. 5 Chemistry I .............. 5
English V ............. 2 English V ............. 2
Botany II ................ 6 Botany II ................ 5
Frenchl .--. .--5- ---- 5 French I-...- ...-......--1
Home Economics I ....... Home Economics .
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SOPHOMORE
,~,Chemistry II ............. 5 emist I ............. 5
Ho.'.Home Economics I ....... 1 l&,Jfome Economics I ....... 1
~i r ~o %IcHome Economics II ...... 2 Home Economics II ...... 2
Physiology II ............ 2 Physiology II .......... 2
French II..--. -.....-.. 6 French II 2
Jdt/.F ~ Home Economics III ...... 1 -- Home Economics III ...... 1
~- Engli, V ........... 3 Eglilish VI .......... 3
JUNIOR
Chemistry II ........... 5 Chemistry III ............ 5
Physics II................ 5 Physics II................ 5
English VII .... 1..... English VI ............. 1
Bacteriology.............. 3 Dietetics- S-.
"CHo Ami traction Household A ministration
.f ~ I....i... ........... ................... I (b) Cwrk ..+ .... rI.
Home Economics IV .... Home Economics IV (a) .. 2
Ctct/m Home Economics V .--.. ---- Home Economics V ...... 2
R' Home Economics VI A... 1 Hme economic VI ..... I
SENIOR
Household Chemistry ..... 4 Household Chemistry ..... 4
uc.y Home-EnosV Economics V.. Come Economics V .......... 4
Household Administratiqo MIethods and Practice
a? (c)P. ... .; : 1 Teaching ............... 1
o f ,-4eA Home Econonics VI (a) .. 4 Home Economics VI (a) .. 4
Home Economics VI (b) .. 2 Ho-Economcs VI (c) .. 2
ADDITIONAL COURSES
COURSE LEADING TO CERTIFICATE IN
COMMERCIAL INSTRUCTION
First Year. Second Year.
Bookkeeping I ........... 5 Bookkeeping II ........... 5
Penmanship .............. 3 English Comp ............ 5
Commercial Arith. ...... 5 Tyewriting .............. E
Commercial Geog ........ 5 Commercial Correspondence .5
English ................... 5 Civics and History ........ 5
Typewriting .............. 3 Singing ................... 1
-e.elective. One elective.
Econoi Electives. Electives.
courses Kh.
courses .............. 3 Stenography ............... 5
- 5 Physics.
'. ...... 5 Chemistry ................ 5
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OUTLINE OF COURSES 23
Third Year. Fourth Year.
Business Organization. Business Ethics .......... 5
and Office Training ...... 5 Salesmanship ............. 5
Commercial Law ...........5 Economics ................ 5
Two eletcives. Two electives.
Electives. Electives.
E-paniSh ................... 5 Office Management ........ 5
Banking and Accounting ... 5 Insurance .................
English ................... 5 Real Estate Business...... 5
Stenography .............. 5 Geometry .................
Practice work in office:... 5 Typewriting ................ 5
VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE
FIRST YEAR
First Semester
English (Review) ........................... 3
Botany ..................................... 2 (11/ )
Botany 2 (1/2)
Chem istry .................................. 5 (3)
History of Education ............ ......... 5 (3)
Physiplogy and Hygiene...................... 2
Veterinary Science................... 1 (1)
Applied Mathematics ........................ 2 (11/2)
Animal Husbandry I ... ........ ... 2 (2)
Soils 2 (2)
Soils ....................................... 2 (2)
Farm Mech. (Wood Shop) ................... 1 (2)
Second Semester
English (Literature a-d Composition) ..........3 (2)
Agricultural Botany................ 2 (12)
Agricultural Chemistry .......................5 (3)
Vocational Education ................5 (3)
Farm Sanitation .................1 (/)
Veterinary Science ......... (................ 1)
American History and Civics ............ 3
Animal Husbandry II ........................2 (2)
General Horticulture ......................... 2 (2)
Farm Mech. (Forge Shop) .................. 1 (2)
SECOND YEAR
First Semester
Argumentation ..................2 (11,.2)
Entomology ............................ 3 (212)
Physics ..................................... 5 (3)
Educational Psychology ......................5 (3)
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General Economies .......................... 5 (3)
Field Crops I ................................ 2 (2)
Farm Engineering and Machinery..:............ 2 (2)
Practice Teaching. ........................ 1 (1)
'Second Semester
Public Speaking............................... 2 (11/
Plant Pathology and Bacteriology ............. 3 (21/2)
Farm Management.and Accounts......... 3. (21/2)
Rural Economics and Sociology.............. 5 (3)
Agricultural PTy .....................3 (21/2)
Field Crops II........... .......... 2 (2)
Farm Dairying.............. ......... 1 (1)
Farm Poultry ..,.......... ..... ......,,... 1 (1)
Practice Teaching... .............. ....... 1 (1)
At least two years of actual Farm Life and Practice
will be required before graduation.-
Candidates for this course must be graduates from a
four-year high school course.
HOME ECONOMICS COURSE
TEACHERS COURSE I.
JUNIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Psychology and Pedagogy. Psychology and Pedagogy.
Chemistry. Chemistry.
Physiology and Hygiene.. Physiology and Hygiene.
Cookery. Cookery.
Physics. Physics.
Sewing. Sewing.
Household Administration. Care of Home (Serving and
Physical Training. Marketing.
Hand-work. Physical Training and Hand-
work.
SENIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
History of Education. History of Education.
Methods. .Methods.
Practice Teaching. Practice Teaching.
Home and Social Economics. Home and Social E-^omics.
Bacteriology. Bacteriology.
Fancy Cookery. Fancy Cookery.
Food Chemistry. Food Chemistry.
Physical Training Physical Training
Housekeeping. Housekeeping.
Handwork. School Garde- ing.
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OUTLINE ,F COURSES 25
TEACHERS COURSE II.
/
1k K JUNIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Chemistry (Industrial)/ Chemistry (Industrial).
Psychology and Peagbgy. Psychology and Pedagogy.
English Compositio, / English Composition.
Mech. Drawing. M ech. Drawing.
Plain Sewing. .' Art Needle Work.
Model Sewing.
SENIOR YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
History of Education. history of Education.
Practice Teaching. Practice Teacning.
Millinery. Millinery.
Cutting and Fitting Cutting and Fitting
Dressmaking. Dressmaking.
TWO YEAR COURSE
(TRADES)
FIRST YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
Arithmetic (Req.) ....... 5 Arithmetic (Req.) ....... 5
English or Civics........ 5 English ................ 5
Drawing and Plan Read- Drawing (Req.) ......... 5
ing ................. 5 Manual Tr. (Metal).
-Manual Training (Wood).. 2 Hygiene (Req.) ......... 2
-.. Shop Work (Req.).
SECOND YEAR
First Semester Second Semester
History ot English (Req.). 5 Geography (Req.) ....... 5
Algebra (Req.) ......... 5 Algebra ............... 5
Drawing _teq.) ......... 5 Estimates .............. 2
Shop Work (Practical) Shop Work (Practical).
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NURSE TRAINING COURSE
First Year-
Physiology, Anatomy and Hygiene.
Dietetics.
Nursing Ethics.
Diseases of Children.
Medical and Surgical Nursing.
Second Year-
Bacteriology.
Materia Medica.
Gynaecology.
Obstetrics.
Nervous Diseases.
Medical and Surgical Nursing.
MUSIC
FIRST GRADE
TECHNICS: Major sales ih one octave, hands
separate. Tonic triads in close position.
STUDIES: Landon's Foundation Studies; Matthew's
Graded Studies, Book I; National Graded Studies;
Emery'sFoundation Studies; Kehler, op. 1i2 ard 190;
easy compositions of Behr, Gurlitt, Brumeur, Lichner, etc.
SECOND GRADE
TECHNICS: Major and harmonic minor scales in o:.
and two octaves, hands separate. Broken major anu
minor triads.
STUDIES: lMaIttbew's Graded Studies, BoOk II.
Spindler, op. 273, Books I and II; Loeschorn, op.
66, Books I and II; Gurlitt, op. 82, Books I and II;
Spindler, op. 44; selection from Merkel, Lange, Schumanfi,
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OUTLINE OF COURSES 27
THIRD GRADE
TECHNICS: Major and melodic minor scales. Studies
in broken triads (continued).
STUDIES: Matthew's Graded Studies, Book II
Burgmuller, op. 100, Books I and II, Koehler, op.
157.
PIECES: Selection from Kullah, op. 62; Gade, op. 36;
Mozart, No. I, Low; Lachner, op. 49; Emery, Spindler,
and others.
FOURTH GRADE
TECHNICS Major and minor scales.
STUDIES: Matthew's Studies, Book IV; Koehler, op.
130, Heller, op. 47; Cz erney, op. 636 and 713.
PIECES: Wilm. op. 12; Schytte, op. 69; Bohm, op. 327,
No. 2; Selections from Haydn, Kerchner, Wollen-
haupt, Heller, Scharwenka, Schumann, and Lack.
FIFTH GRADE
TECHNICS: Major and minor scales in contrary mo-
'. tion. Three and four octaves in 3rd, 6th, 18th.
STUDIES: Heller, op. 46; Cznerney, op. 7 8; Bach,
5.welve Little Preludes. Kullak School of Octave Play-
'- i. Matthew's Studies, Book V.
'.*CES: Mendelssohn's Song Without Words, Chami-
_ e, Gard, Nevin, Schytte, Jensen.
- ^ VOCAL MUSIC
. The course of Public School music including, Sight
.singing, Ear training, and Chorus work is open to all
A; High School students for which credit is given.
The first, second, third and four year classes are re-
quired to take the course one hour each week.
All students (High School and College) are admitted
to the Musical Union.
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