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The University Record

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Vol. XXXII, Series 1


1937


Published monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesvife, Florida
Entered in the post office in Giesville, Florida, as seconddass mater,
under Act of Congress, August 24, 1912
Office of Publication, Gainessile, Florida








Vol. XXXII, Series 1



The University Record


of the


University of Florida



CONTENTS
No. Title
1. Schedule of Courses, Second Semester, 1936-37
2. Bulletin of the Graduate School, 1937-38
2. Extra No. 1. Financial Report, June, 1936
3. Second Term Additions, University Directory, 1936-37
4. Bulletin of the University Summer Session, 1937
4. Extra No. 1. Bulletin for Engineering Short Course
5. Bulletin for the Upper Division, 1937-38
6. Commencement Address by Sir Josiah Stamp
7. Bulletin of Information for the General College, 1937-38
8. Schedule of Courses, 1937-38
9. The Southern University Race Commission
10. University Directory, 1937-38
11. Schedule of Courses, Second Semester, 1937-38
12. University Register, 1936-37; Summer Session, 1937








The University Record
of the

University of Florida


Schedule of Courses

Second Semester

1936-37


Vol. XXXII, Series 1, No. 1


January 1, 1937


Published Monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Entered in the post office in Gainesville, Florida, as second-class matter,
under Act of Congress, August 24, 1912.
Office of Publication, Gainesville, Fla.





UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

SCHEDULE OF COURSES
Second Semester, 1936-37


EXPLANATIONS

In the first part of the schedule are entered the comprehensive courses of the General College.

When two instructors are listed, each will assist in the teaching of the course. When two rooms are
listed they are used simultaneously.

The following abbreviations are used to designate buildings: A Agriculture Building; Annex Univer-
sity Annex; Aud Auditorium; B Benton Hall; Bu Buckman Hall; C Chemistry Building; E Engi-
neering Building; H Horticultural Building; L Language Hall; Law Law Building; P Peabody
Hall; S Science Hall; Y Yonge Building.

In parentheses, following the name of each department, is found the department name abbreviations
adopted for official records.

In the lower left hand corner of each page are given the names of the departments whose courses are
listed thereon.


OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR

2


C,







GENERAL COLLEGE SCHEDULE

SOCIAL SCIENCES


C-1 Man and the Social World


Lecture

11 9 M W Annex
Atwood, Carleton


(Prof. R. S. Atwood, Chairman, L-200A)


Recitation

111 1 T Th
112 10 T Th
113 11 T Th
114 11 T Th
115 2 T Th
116 2 T Th
117 1 T Th


12 9 T Th Annex 121 10 W F L-203 Atwood
Atwood, Carleton 122 8 W F Bu-301 Carleton
123 10 W F P-206 Green
124 11 W F P-209 Green
125 1 W F P-102 Green
126 2 W F Bu-201 Eldridge
127 2 W F P-10 Carleton

13 10 M W Annex 131 8 T Th Bu-204 Beaty
Dauer, Eutaler 132 9 T Th B-208 Eutsler
133 11 T Th Bu-305 Eutsler
134 11 T Th Bu-301 Beaty
135 1 T Th P-112 Chace
136 2 T Th L-201 Matherly
137 9 T Th H-215 Chace

14 10 T Th Annex 141 1 W F A-205 Hamilton
Dauer,Eutsler 142 2 W F A-205 Hamilton
143 9 W F Bu-201 Chace
144 11 W F Bu-301
145 1 W F P-112 Dauer
146 2 W F P-112 Dauer
147 1 W F L-10


C-ID Economic Foundations of Modern Life
(See Business Administration)


P-1
P-1
P-1
L-210
Bu-201
L-204
P-4


Green
Atwood
Atwood
Price
Eldridge
Price
Carleton








C-1E History of the Modern World
(See History)

C-IF Political Foundations of Modern Life
(See Political Science)

C-1H Sociological Foundations of Modern Life
(See Sociology)

C-lJ Elementary Statistics
(See Business Administration)

C-1K Elementary Accounting
(See Business Administration)
PHYSICAL SCIENCES

C-2 Man and the Physical World (Prof. H. W. Chandler, Temporary Chairman, L-110)

Students are requested to register for one recitation section and one laboratory demonstration
section in addition to the 7 p.m. Th. hour.

211 8 MWF E-211 Diettrich
212 8 MWF C-110 Otte
213 8 MWF B-205 Williamson
214 8 MWF B-209 Gautier
215 8 MWF B-203 Johnson
216 9 MWF C-212 Sashoff
217 10 MWF E-202 Sashoff
218 10 MWF L-204 Germond
219 10 MWF S-206 Heath
220 11 MWF C-212 Pollard
221 11 MWF A-206A Black
222 11 MWF L-314 Dostal
223 11 MWF E-209 Knowles
224 11 MWF P-2 Kusner
225 8 TThS B-208 Bless
226 8 TThS B-209 Perry
227 8 TThS E-202 Phipps
229 8 TThS S-206 Gautier
230 10 TThS E-209 Sashoff
231 10 TThS S-206 Specht
232 10 TThS C-112 Beisler
233 10 TThS B-208 Bless
234 11 TThS C-112 Foote
235 11 TThS L-204 Diettrich






11 TThS
9 TThS


L-212
P-206


Laboratory Demonstrations: All sections 7 p.m. Th. and

21 2 W B-203
22 3 W B-203
23 2 Th B-203
24 3 Th B-203
25 2 F B-203
26 3 F B-203


Gautier
Kusner


Gautier and Staff
Gautier and Staff
Gautier and Staff
Gautier and Staff
Gautier and Staff
Gautier and Staff


C-2D Basic Mathematics
(See Mathematics)


LANGUAGES

C-3 Reading, Speaking and Writing (Prof. J. H. Wise, Chairman, L-207)
(Prof. A. C. Morris, Vice-Chairman, L-207)


Lecture Discussion

31 8 M A-106 Staff 311 8 W F L-203 Moore
312 8 W F L-10 DeGaetani
313 8 W F L-204 Spivey
314 1 W F L-201 Brown
315 1 W F L-203 Skaggs
316 1 W F L-204 Conner

32 10 M A-106 Staff 321 9 W F L-210 Morris
322 9 W F L-203 Leatherwood
323 9 W F A-206A W.A. Little
324 10 W F A-303 Skaggs
325 10 W F Bu-204 Murphree
326 11 W F L-210 Moore

33 11 M A-106 Staff 331 10 W F L-201 Wise
332 11 W F L-203 Price
333 1 W F L-210 Hopkins
334 1 T Th L-204 Price
335 1 T Th L-201 Lyons
336 1 T Th L-203 Clark






34 9 W A-106 Staff


8 Th S
8 Th S
8 Th S
9 Th S
9 Th S
10 Th S


L-210
L-203
L-10
L-201
A-205
L-203


Murphree
Milligan
Clark
W. A. Little
DeGaetani
Price


35 11 W A-106 Staff 351 9 Th S L-210 Caldwell
352 10 Th S L-212 Skaggs
353 10 Th S L-314 Morris
354 11 Th S P-109 Spivey
355 11 Th S L-201 Hale
356 11 Th S L-203 Constans

WRITING LABORATORY SECTIONS
(All sections meet in L-209)


8-10 M
10-12 M
1-3 M
3-5 M
8-10 T
10-12 T
1-3 T
8-10 W
10-12 W
1-3 W


Conner, Milligan
Brown, Morris
Clark, Little
Spivey, Wise
Hale, Moore
Brown, Murphree
Murphree, Skaggs
Clark, Skaggs
Brown, Clark
Morris, Price


XI.
XII.
XIII.
XIV.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.


Effective Writing
Lecture
Writing Laboratory
Conference

Reading of French
(See French)

Reading of German
(See German)

Effective Speaking
(See Speech)

Reading of Spanish
(See Spanish)


8-10 Th
10-12 Th
1-3 Th
3-5 Th
8-10 F
10-12 F
1-3 F
3-5 F
8-10 S
10-12 S


(Prof. J. H. Wise,
11 M L-10
3-5 W L-209
1 hour


Conner, Spivey
Clark, Little
Conner, DeGaetani
Little, Morris
Murphree, Price
Conner, Spivey
Leatherwood, Morris
Milligan, Skaggs
Conner, Spivey
Hopkins, Murphree

Chairman, L-207)
Clark
Clark
Clark


I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.


C-3F





C-4A Man and His Thinking

4A1 9 MTThF A-106
4A2 10 TWThF A-106
4A3 11 TWThF S-206


(Prof. W. H. Wilson, Chairman, C-200B)

W. H. Wilson
E. D. Hinckley
W. W. Little


General Mathematics
(See Mathematics)


The Humanities

Lecture

51 10 MW Aud Staff


(Prof. J. D. Glunt, Chairman, 92 Thomas Hall)

Discussion


1 TF
8 TTh
9 WF
10 TTh
10 TTh
11 TTh
11 TTh
1 TTh
1 TTh


2 WF
2 TTh
2 TTh
3 WF
k6 WF
1 WP
2 TTh
1 WF
1 WF
1 WF
1 WF


52 10 TTh Aud Staff


P-208
L-307
P-209
L-307
S-101
B-209
L-307
P-209
Bu-305


B-210
P-209
L-212
P-10
L-210
Bu-305
Bu-305
P-209
L-307
L-212
B-210


Murphree
Caldwell
Enwall
Moore
Milligan
Carleton
Moore
Glunt
Milligan


Moore
Glunt
Robertson
Carleton
Murphree
Milligan
Milligan
Enwall
Caldwell
Robertson
Moore


BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

C-6 Man and the Biological World (Prof. J. S. Rogers, Chairman, S-110)

Lecture Recitation

61 8 MWF S-101 Rogers 611 8 T S-111 Rogers
612 8 T C-212 Wallace
613 8 T A-205 Hobbs
614 9 T P-4 Hobbs
615 9 T P-2 Sherman


C-4B







62 8 MWF S-206 Hubbell 621 9 Th S-111 Hubbell
622 8 Th C-212 Wallace
623 8 Th P-I Carr
624 9 Th P-2 Carr
625 8 Th P-11 Hobbs
626 9 Th P-4 Hobbs

63 10 MWF S-101 Byers 631 11 Th L-314 Wallace
632 9 Th C-112 Byers
633 8 Th A-205 Byers
634 9 Th A-304 Sherman
635 8 Th P-10 Bryan

64 8 TThS S-101 Senn 641 8 M A-303 Senn
642 9 T C-I12 Wallace
643 8 M L-203 Carr
644 9 T L-210 Carr
645 8 W A-303 Carr

65 11 MWF S-101 Cody 651 8 T L-203 Cody
652 8 F A-303 Mosier
653 10 F C-112 Carroll


Animal Science
Lecture 9 TTh

Recitation 1-3 W


Plant Science
Lecture 11 MW

Recitation 1-3 F


(Prof. A.
A-104

A-104


(Prof. W.
A-104

A-104


Principles of Personal Health
11 MWF


L. Shealy, Lecture Section Chairman, A-102)
Staff (Special Lecturers: 0. W. Anderson,
P. T. D. Arnold, R. B. Becker, M. W. Emmel,
Staff W. G. Kirk, N. R. Mehrhof, H. S. Mewins,
J. W. Reitz, Frazier Rogers)

L. Floyd, Lecture Section Chairman, A-108)
Staff (Special Lecturers: C. E. Abbott, 0. C.
Bryan, J. T. Creighton, W. L. Floyd,
Staff H. S. Newins, Frazier Rogers, P. H. Senn)

and Hygiene (Prof. E. B. Salt, Chairman, Y-151)
Y-134 Salt


C-6E




C-6F





UPPER DIVISION SCHEDULE

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS (As)
Prof. C. V. Noble, Head, H-311


Agricultural Resources
Farm Finance and Appraisal
Farm Management
Marketing
Marketing Fruits & Vegetables
Agricultural Statistics
Land Economics
Agricultural Economics Seminar


(3 credits)
(2 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(2 credits)


8 MW and 3-5 F
9 MW
11 TTh and 1-3 F
8 TTh and 1-3 Th
11 MWF
10 MW and 1-3 T
10 TTh and 1-3 M
3-5 M


AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING (Ag)
Prof. Frazier Rogers, Head, A-105


302 Farm Motors
Section 1
Section 2
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
306 Farm Machinery
402 Farm Concrete
404 Agricultural Engineering
Investigations
502 Agricultural Engr. Seminar


(3 credits)




(3 credits)
(2 credits)

(2 credits)
(2 credits)


9 TTh A-206A
11 TTh A-206A
1-3 F A-206A
3-5 M A-206A
8 MW and 1-3 W or Th A-206A
9 M and 3-5 F or 1-3M A-206A

To arrange
To arrange


AGRONOMY (Ay)
Prof. 0. C. Bryan, Head, A-204A

Fertilizers (2 credits) 8 MW
Forage and Cover Crops (3 credits) 10 TTh and 1-3F
Fertilizer Laboratory (2 credits) 4-6 WF
Forest Soils (3 credits) 9 MW and 1-3 W or F
Plant Breeding (3 credits) 9 MWF
Advanced Plant Genetics (3 credits) 9 MWF
Seminar (1 credit) 4 M
Soil Development and Classi- 11 MW and 1-3 F
fiction (3 credits)
Special Problems in Soils & Crops Credits and hours to arrange
Advanced Soils (3 credits) 11 TTh and 1-4 T


A-304 Bryan
A-304 Senn
A-203 Bryan,Gillies
A-303 Bryan,Gillies
A-304 Senn
A-304 Senn
A-206 Bryan,Senn
A-204 Bryan

Bryan,Senn
A-203 Bryan


As-Ag-Ay


H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215


Hamilton
Reitz
Reitz
Hamilton
Hamilton
Reitz
Hamilton
Noble


Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers

Rogers
Rogers









ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (Al)
Prof. A. L. Shealy,Head,A-102


Feeds and Feeding
Livestock Judging
Animal Breeding
Horse and Sheep Production
World Meats
Breed History
Market Classes & Grades of Live-
Stock
Seminar
Animal Production
Animal Nutrition
Live Stock Records
Methods in Animal Research
Problems in Dairy Production and
Animal Nutrition


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(2 credits)
(2 credits)
(2 credits)
(2 credits)

(2 credits)
(1 credit)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(2 credits)
(2 credits)

(2 to 5 credits)


11 MWF
11 T and 3-5 MW
8 TTh
10 MW
10 TTh
11 TTh

9 M and 1-3 M
4 M
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange

To arrange


A-304
A-304
A-104
A-206A
A-206A
A-104


Becker
Kirk
Willoughby
Willoughby
Willoughby
Willoughby


A-103 Shealy
A-103 Shealy
Willoughby
Becker
Willoughby
Becker

Becker,Neal


ARCHITECTURE (Ae)
Prof. Rudolph Weaver, Head, P-204

The number of hours listed for each course represents the
minimum number of working hours necessary each week.


11A Fundamentals of Architecture

21A Architectural Designs**
21B Architectural Design**
22A Architectural Design**
23A Landscape Design**
23B Landscape Design**
31A Freehand Drawing & Water Color
31B Freehand Drawing & Water Color
33A Freehand Drawing & Water Color
33B Freehand Drawing & Water Color
41A History of Architecture
Conference
41B History ofArchitecture
Conference
41C Decorative Arts
Conference
51A Materials & Methods of Const.
53A Materials & Methods of Const.


(*18 hours) 2 M and To Arr. P-301 Weaver,
Criticism available 1-4 daily Arnett
(15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr. P-302 Stageberg
(15 hours 1-5 MWF and To arr. P-302 Fletcher,Weaver
(15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr. P-302 Fletcher
(15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr. P-302 Stageberg
(15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr. P-302 Fletcher
(6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
(6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
(6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
(6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
(6 hours) 8 daily P-300,306 Fletcher
8 MF P-300
(6 hours) 8 daily P-300,306 Stageberg
8 TTh P-300
(6 hours) 8 daily P-300,306 Fletcher
8 WS P-300
(9 hours) 9-12 MWF P-302 Hannaford
(9 hours) 9-12 MWF P-302 Hannaford


Al-Ae







ARCHITECTURE (Ae) Continued

51B Mechanical Equipment of Bldg. (9 hours) 9-12MWF P-302,B-203 A
Heating, Ventilating and plumbing 10-12 MWF P-302 A
Electric Lighting To arrange B-203 W
51C Prof. Relations and Methods (9 hours) 9-12 MWF P-204,306 W
Conference 10-12 M P-204
61A Structural Design of Bldg. (12 hours) 1-5 TTh, 9-12 S
and to arr. P-302 H
61B Structural Design of Building #(12 hours) 1-5 TTh,9-12 S,
and to arr. P-302 H
71A Thesis (48 hours) To arr. P-302 Weave
PROJECT LABORATORY (Book Room) (44 hours 8-12 and 1-5 daily P-306 S
Consultations on books and research (8-12 MWF S
available in Book Room (8-12 TTh and 1-5 T F
(1-5 Th I
(1-5 MWF and 8-12 S M

For students who plan to complete the work in two years, 9 hours a week. For
students who plan to complete the work in one year, 18 hours a week.
** Conferences, 7:30 p.m.. Weaver and Staff Competitive Problems, 1:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Feb. 15 Mar. 1 Mar. 15 Mar. 29 Feb. 8 Mar. 8 Apr. 5 May 3
Apr. 12 Apr. 26 May 10 May 24

# Hours per week vary from 12 to 21. See instructor.


rnett,Wilson
.rnett
!ilson
leaver


[annaford

[annaford
r and Staff
Staff
itageberg
Pletcher
Soolittle
[cVoy


302 Navigation


ASTRONOMY (Aty)
Prof. T.M. Simpson, Head, P-104

(3 credits) 11 TThS


BACTERIOLOGY (Bey)
Prof. M. D. Cody, Head, S-102

302* Agricultural Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 TTh S-101 Carroll
Laboratory 1-3 WF S-104 Carroll
304 Pathogenic Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 MW S-2 Carroll
Laboratory 3-5 WF S-104 Carroll
306* Bacteriology of Foods (4 credits) 9 TTh S-101 Carroll
Laboratory 1-3 WF S-104 Carroll
*Bacteriology 302 or 306 will be given, depending upon which has
the greater demand.
NOTE: Advanced and graduate courses in bacteriology will be arranged on consultation with
instructor.

11
Ae-Aty-Bcy


P-4


Kusner







BIBLE (Be)
Prof. J. E. Johnson, Acting Head, YMCA


C-5D Foundations for Biblical Study
304 The World's Great Religions
406 The Life of Jesus


(3 credits)
(2 credits)
(3 credits)


8 MWF
11 TTh
11 MWF


BIOLOGY (Bly)
Prof. J. S. Rogers, Head, S-110


102 Comparative Anatomy of (4 credits)
Vertebrates
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
210 Vertebrate Embryology (4 credits)
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
226 Natural History of the (4 credits)
Gainesville Region
316 Animal Parasitology (4 credits)
Laboratory
506 Biological Literature and
Institutions
508 Taxonomic Studies
510 Animal Ecology
514 Vertebrate Morphology
516 Invertebrate Morphology
520 Individual Problems
522 Natural History of Selected Animals
524 Natural History of Selected Animals
534 Problems and Concepts of Taxonomy
and Nomenclature
540 Graduate Seminar
652 Research


11 MW

1-4 MW
1-4 TTh
10 TTh
1-4 MW
1-4 TTh
11 MW & 1-4 MW

11 TTh
1-4 TTh

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


Bu-101
Bu-101
Bu-101





S-111

S-107
S-107
S-111
S-106
S-106
3-12

S-111
S-10


Johnson
Johnson
Johnson


Sherman

Sherman
Sherman
Sherman
Sherman
Sherman
Rogers,Hubbell

Byers
Byers


BOTANY (Bty)
Prof. M.D. Cody, Head, S-102

102 General Botany for students in pharmacy and also others
desiring an introductory course in botany of higher plants
8 MW and 1-5 F
304 Advanced Botany of Seed Plants (4 credits) 9 TTh
Laboratory A 3-5 MW
Laboratory B 1-5 Th


Be-Bly-Bty





BOTANY (Bty) Continued


Plant Taxonomy
Plant Ecology
Plant Anatomy
Problems in Taxonomy
Laboratory
Research in Plant Histology
Research


C-1D Economic Foundations of
Modern Life
Lecture (all sections)
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
C-1K Elementary Accounting
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
C-1J Elementary Statistics
Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

Section 5

0311 Accounting Principles
312 Accounting Principles
Section 1
Section 2
0313 Cost Accounting
0321E Financial Organization of
Society
322E Financial Organization of
Society
Section 1
Section 2


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)

credits)
credits)


10 MW & 1-5 M S-1
9 F & 8-12 S S-1
11 TTh & 3-5 WF S-1
2 F S-102
To arrange Field
To arrange
To arrange


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bs)
Prof. W. J. Matherly, Head, L-200

(5 credits)


(5 credits)



(3 credits)










(3 credits)
(3 credits)


credits)

credits)

credits)


9 MWF
8 TTh
10 TTh
9 TTh
9 TTh
11 TTh

8 MTWThF
9 MTWThF
11 MTWThF

9 MW
1-3 F
11 WF
1-3 W
2 WF
1-3 T
11 WF
1-3 M
11 TS
1-3 Th
8 TThS

8 MWF
9 MWF
10 TThS

9 MWF


8 MWF
9 TThS


B-203
Bu-201
Bu-201
Bu-201
Bu-204
Bu-201

S-202
S-202
S-202

L-10
S-202
L-10
S-202
L-10
S-202
P-4
S-202
P-102
S-202
L-314

L-201
L-201
L-201

L-204


A-104
S-206


Bty-Bs


Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody


Eldridge
Hicks
Tuttle
Hicks
Tuttle
Hicks





Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Germond
Germond
Germond
Germond
Campbell

Heights
Beights
Heights

Tuttle


Tuttle
Dolbeare









BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bs) Continued


Section 3
0327E Public Finance (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
0335E Economics of Marketing (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
0351E Transportation Principles (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
362 Property Insurance (3 credits)
372E Labor Economics (3 credits)
0401 Business Law (3 credits)
402 Business Law (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
408E Economic Principles and Problems (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
412 Auditing (3 &-edits)
414 Income Tax Procedure (3 credits)
422 Investments (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
426E Banking Systems (3 credits)
432 Market Management (3 credits)
438 Problems in Sales and Market (3 credits)
Analysis
442 Trade Horizons in the Far East (3 credits)
446E Economic Principles of (3 credits)
Consumption
456 Problems in Public Service (3 credits)
Industries
466 Realty Management (3 credits)
468E Economic History in the Making (3 credits)
470E Business Forecasting (3 credits)
522 Law of Corporation Finance (3 credits)
570E Problems in Statistics and (3 credits
Business Forecasting
0589E Problems in Economic Geography (3 credits)


9 MWF

8 MWF
9 MWF

11 MWF
2 MWF

9 TThS
11 MWF
10 MWF
11 MWF
9 TThS

10 MWF
3 MWF

8 MWF
10 TThS
11 MWF
11 MWF
8 TThS

10 TThS
11 MWF
8 MWF
10 MWF
8 MWF

8 TThS
11 MWF

9 MWF

2 MWF
10 MWF
10 TThS
1 MWF
To arrange

To arrange


S-111

L-314
L-314

L-307
L-204

Bu-305
Bu-305
Bu-101
P-205
Bu-301

A-104
S-101

Bu-305
A-104
L-204
L-201
L-201

S-202
Bu-204
S-111
Bu-201
Bu-201

Bu-305
Bu-201

Bu-305

Bu-101
Bu-305
L-10
Law-202


Dolbeare

Campbell
Campbell

Eutsler
Eutsler

Bigham
Bigham
Chace
Chace
Hurst

Hurst
Hurst

Bigham
Eldridge
Eldridge
Beights
Beights

Dolbeare
Dolbeare
Dolbeare
Hicks
Hicks

Diettrich
Tuttle

Bigham

Chace
Diettrich
Anderson
Hurst
Anderson

Atwood, Diettrich






CHEMISTRY (Cy)
Prof. T. R. Leigh, Head, C-200


0101 General Chemistry (4 credits)
Laboratory
102 General Chemistry (4 credits)
Section 1 Lecture
Laboratory A
#Section 2 Lecture
Laboratory B
Section 3 Lecture
Laboratory C
Section 4 Lecture
Laboratory D
Section 5 Lecture (same as section 1 or 3
Laboratory E


0201 Analytical Chemistry
Laboratory
202 Analytical Chemistry
Section 1
Section 2
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
0215 Water and Sewage
Laboratory
262 Organic Chemistry
Laboratory
282 Glassblowing
302 Organic Chemistry
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
402 Physical Chemistry
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
432 Agricultural Analysis
Lecture
Laboratory
444 Chemical Engineering Laboratory
446 Industrial Chemistry, Organic
462 Photographic Chemistry
482 Chemical Literature
504 Inorganic Preparations
506 Special Chapters in Organic
Chemistry
0509 Electrochemistry


(4 credits)

(4 credits)




(3 credits)

(5 credits)

(0 credit)
(4 credits)


(4 credits)


(5 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(i credit)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)

(3 credits)


8 TThS
1-4 T

8 MWF
2-5 M
9 MWF
1-4 Th
10 MWF
2-5 W
11 YMWF
2-5 F
or 4)
9-12 T
9 TTh
1-4 WF

10 MW
11 TTh
1-4 WF
1-4 MTH
8 TTh
1-4 Th
10 MWF
1-4 WF
To arrange
9 MWF
1-4 T
1-4 Th
8 MWF
1-4 M
1-4 W

To arrange
To arrange
1-4 WThF
9 TThS
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange

To arrange


C-112
C-130

C-112
C-130
C-112
C-130
C-212
C-130
C-112
C-130

C-130
C-110
C-130

C-112
C-212
C-114
C-114
C-110
C-130
S-202
C-230

S-206
C-230
C-230
C-212
C-204
C-204



C-108
C-212


Mason
Mason

Heath
Mason
Heath
Heath
Jackson
Heath
Beisler
Jackson

Jackson
Hawkins
Hawkins

Hawkins
Black
Hawkins
Hawkins
Black
Black
Pollard
Pollard
Thompson
Leigh
Leigh
Leigh
Jackson
Jackson
Jackson

Black
Black
Beisler
Mason
Heath
Pollard
Leigh
Pollard

Jackson







CHEMISTRY (Cy) Continued


Chemistry of the Terpenes
Advanced Sanitary Chemistry
Quantitative Organic Chemistry
Catalysis
Chemical Engineering Processes
Heat Transmission
Chemical Research


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(0 credit)


To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


CIVIL ENGINEERING (Cl)
Prof. P. L. Reed, Head, B-206


0223 Surveying
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
226 Higher Surveying
Laboratory
332 Highway Engineering
Laboratory
426 Theory of Structures
Laboratory
0427 Hydraulics
Laboratory A (ChE)
Laboratory B (ChE)
Laboratory C (CE)
Laboratory D (CE)
Laboratory E (ChE)
520 Hydraulic Engineering
526 Water and Sewerage
Laboratory
532 Concrete Design
Laboratory
536 Structural Engineering
Laboratory
538 Hydraulic Laboratory


(3 credits)


(3 credits)

(3 credits)

(4 credits)

(3 credits)





(2 credits)
(3 credits)

(4 credits)

(4 credits)

(1 credit)


10 MW
1-4 T
1-4 Th
10 MW
9-12 F
1 M and 11 F
2-5 M
9 MW
9-12 TTh
11 MW
1-3 T
3-5 T
1-3 W
3-5 W
3-5 F
8 TTh
9 TTh
9-12 F
11 TTh
8-11 MW
11 MW
1-4 TTh
To arrange


B-210
B-104
B-104
B-209
B-104
B-210
B-104
B-209
B-104
B-210
B-108
B-108
B-108
B-108
B-108
B-210
B-210
B-207
B-210
B-207
B-209
B-207


DAIRYING (Dy)
Prof. A. L.. Shealy, Head, A-102


Theory of Dairy Manufacture
Milk Production
Dairy Technology
Approved Dairy Practice
Seminar


(2 credits)
(3 credits)
(4 credits)
(1 to 3 credits)
(1 credit)


9 F & 3-5 F A-103
11 MW & 1-3 Th A-103
10 T & 1-4 WF A-103
To arrange
4 M To arrange


Hawkins
Black
Pollard
Beisler
Mason
Mason
Staff





Reed
Reed
Reed
Sawyer
Sawyer
Reed
Reed
Sawyer
Sawyer
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Sawyer
Sawyer
Lowe





Neal
Arnold
Thurston
Thurston


314
412
416
418
422

Cy-Cl-Dy







EDUCATION (En)
Prof. J. W. Norman, Head, Y-124

BUSINESS EDUCATION


Note: Shorthand and Typing are required for certification
They are not counted as electives in Education.

84 Advanced Typewriting (2 credits)


in Commercial Subjects.


2 MW


Y-241


EDUCATION

Introduction to Education (3 credits)
Educational Psychology (3 credits)
Methods in Teaching Vocational (3 credits)
Agriculture
Development and Organization in (3 credits)
Education
Vocational Education (3 credits)
Tests and Measurements (3 credits)
Child and Adolescent Psychology (3 credits)
General Methods in the Secondary(3 credits)
Schools
Teaching the Conservation of (3 credits)
Natural Resources
Public School Administration (3 credits)
Administration Practice (3 credits)
Problem-Project Method (3 credits)
High School Administration (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in Voca- (3 credits)
tional Agriculture



Supervised Teaching in English (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in Foreign Languages (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in History (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in Science (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in Mathematics (3 credits)
Supervised Teaching in Health (3 credits)
and Physical Education
Supervised Teaching in Manual (3 credits
Arts


10MWF
9 TThS
10 WWF

8 MWF

10 TThS
8 TThS
9 TThS
11 MWF

1 MWF

2 MWF
To arrange
9 MWF
10 MWF
3-5 W and one

8:30-10 daily
3-5 M
11 daily
4 W & to arr.
4 W & to arr.
4 W & to arr.
4 W & to arr.
4 W & to arr.
4 W & to arr.

4 W & to arr.


Y-138 Howard
L-203 Wise
Y-150 Garris

Y-134 Fulk

Y-150 Garris
Y-138 Crago
Y-134 Crago
Y-138 Howard

Y-150 Garris

Y-134 Fulk
Y-134 Simmons
Y-134 Norman
Y-134 Simmons
of the following periods:
Y-150 Garris
Y-150 Garris
Y-150 Garris
Y-150 Garris
Y-134 Mead
Y-134 Mead
Y-134 Mead
Y-134 Mead
Y-134 Mead
Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead


Copeland


0101
0207
304

0305

306
0317
0319
0323

330

0401
402
0403
408
410




0415
0425
0435
0455
0465
0475

0477











0485

0503b
510
516

0519
0521b

0541b

562


EDUCATION (Ed) -

Supervised Teaching in Business (3 credits)
Education
Seminar in Educational Measurements(1 credits)
The History of Education (3 credits)
Character and Personality Dev- (3 credits)
elopment
High School Curriculum (3 credits)
Business Administration of a (1i credits)
School System
Control and Support of Public (1C credits)
Education
Guidance and Counseling (1T credits)


Continued

4 W & to arr.

10:40-12 S
4-5:30 MW
7-9 p.m.W

4:15-5:45 TTh
9-10:30 S

10:40-12 S

8:30-10 S


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (El)
Prof. J. Weil, Head, E-208

442 Elements of Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 9 MWF
446 Electrical Communications (4 credits) 10 TThS
Laboratory A 1-4 T
Laboratory B 1-4 F
448 Alternating Current Apparatus (3 credits) 9 MWF
450 Dynamo Laboratory (1 credit)
Section 1 1-4 T
Section 2 3-6 T
Section 3 1-4 F
Section 4 3-6 F
452 Advanced Dynamo Laboratory (2 credits)
Section 1 1-6 W
Section 2 1-6 Th
456 Essentials of Electricity for (1 credit) To arrange
Architects
542 Electrical Engineering Seminar (1 credit) 1 F
544 Applied Electronics (3 credits) To arrange
546 Electronics Laboratory (1 credit) 1-4 T
548 Electric Power Transmission (3 credits) To arrange
550 Theory of High Frequency Circuits (3 credits) 11 TThS
552 Industrial Applications of (3 credits) 11 MWF
Electrical Equipment
554 Radio Station Operation (1 credit) To arrange


En-El


Y-134

Y-218
Y-132
Y-218

Y-326
Y-132

Y-132

Y-150





E-202
E-202
B-209
B-106
B-106
B-208

B-106
B-106
B-106
B-106

B-106
B-106


E-202

B-106

E-202
P-109


Mead

Crago
Fulk
Crago

Mead
Fulk

Fulk

Garris





Smith
Weil
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson
Wilson

Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith

Smith
Smith
Wilson

Weil
Sashoff
Sashoff
Sashoff
Sashoff
Wilson

Weil







ENGLISH (Eh)
Prof. C.P. Lyons, Head, L-208

(See also General College Schedule)
104 Introduction to Literature (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 11 MWF
Section 3 9 TThS
202 English Literature to 1800 (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 9 TThS
204 Exposition (3 credits) 9 MWF
208 English Literature,1800 to (3 credits) 10 TThS
Present
302 Shakespeare (3 credits) 9 MWF
304 English Poetry of the 19th Century (3 Credits) 10 MWF
402 American Literature (3 credits) 9 MWF
406 Modern Drama (3 credits) 9 TThS
408 Contemporary Poetry (3 credits) 8 MWF
410 Chaucer (3 credits) 11 MWF
0415 Milton (3 credits) 10 TThS
502 American Literature (3 credits) 9 MWF
506 Modern Drama (3 credits) 9 TThS
508 Contemporary Poetry (3 credits) 8 MWF
510 Chaucer (3 credits) 11 MWF
0515 Milton (3 credits) 10 TThS


ENTOMOLOGY (Ey)
Asst. Prof. J.T. Creighton, Acting Head, A-305


312 Entomology Seminar (1 credit)
0405 Insect & Disease Control (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
408 Insect Morphology (5 credits)
0411 Apiculture (Bee Culture) (2 credits)
502 Methods of Research in Entomology (3 credits)


508 Insect Taxonomy
512 Thesis Research


(3 credits)
(0 credit)


9 Th


A-305


Creighton


8 TTh and 3-5 W A-305 Creighton
11 WF & 9-11 S A-305 Creighton
10 MW & 1-3 MWF A-305 Creighton
To arrange A-305 Creighton
9 MWF A-305 Creighton
Watson, Merrill, Berger
11 TTh & 3-5 M A-305 Tissot
To arrange A-305 Creighton and Staff


Eh-Ey


L-210
L-212
L-311

L-306
L-314
L-311
L-204

L-212
L-311
L-208
L-212
L-311
L-208
L-210
L-208
L-212
L-311
L-208
L-210


Caldwell
Skaggs
Farris

Spivey
Murphree
Farris
Conner

Robertson
Farris
Lyons
Robertson
Farris
Lyons
Caldwell
Lyons
Robertson
Farris
Lyons
Caldwell









FORESTRY (Fy)
Prof. H. S. Newins, Head, A-206


Forest Regions (*2 credits)
Tree Identification (*3 credits)
Forest Improvement (*3 credits)
Forest Reproduction (*2 credits)
Forest Mensuration (3 credits)
Forest Protection (3 credits)
Wood Technology (3 credits)
Forest Administration and (3 credits)
Organization
Reforestation and Nursery Technique (3 credits)
Wood Preservation(including (3 credits)
Conditioning)
Forest History and Policy (3 credits)
*Semi-professional courses no college credit


9 M & 1-3 T A-206
8 T A-206A and 1-5 F
9 WF C-216 and 3-5 T
8 Th A-206A and 1-3 W
9 T & 1-5 F A-206
8 TThS A-206
10 T & 8-12 F A-206
11 MWTh A-206

8 M & 1-5 W A-206
9 ThS & 3-5 T A-206

11 T & 10 ThS A-206


Miller
A-206 Miller
A-206 Frazer
A-206 Miller
Frazer
Frazer
Newins
Miller

Miller
Newins

Frazer


FRENCH (Fh)
Prof. E.G. Atkin, Head, P-111


C-3Fa Reading of French
C-3Fb Reading of French
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
0101 Second-year French
102 Second-year French
Section 1
Section 2
206 Conversation and Composition
208 Survey of French Literature
304 Nineteenth Century French
Literature
506 French Novel
508 Special Study in French


(3 credits)
(3 credits)



(3 credits)
(3 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)

(3 credits)
(3 credits)


GEOLOGY (Gy)
Prof. J. S. Rogers, Head, S-110


202 Historical Geology
Laboratory


(4 credits)


Fv-Fh-Gy


9 TThS

8 MWF
9 TThS
10 MWF
8 TThS

8 MWF
9 MWF
9 TThS
9 MWF
10 MWF

10 TThS
To arrange


Bu-101

P-109
L-307
L-307
L-311

A-205
L-307
P-109
P-109
P-109

P-109


Brown

Brown
Brunet
Brunet
Brunet

Brunet
Brunet
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin

Atkin
Atkin





Hubbell
Hubbell


10 MWF
1-4 F


S-111
S-106








GERMAN (Gn)
Prof C. L. Crow, Head, L-205


C-3Ga Reading of German
C-3Gb Reading of German
Section 1
Section 2
*Section 3
*Section 4
102 Second-year German
Section 1
Section 2
202 Third-year German
326 Scientific German
* For science students only





22 Beginners Greek


Introduction to Athletic Coaching
and Physical Education (3
Track (3
Administration of Health and
Physical Education (3
Theory and Practice of Natural
Activities (2
Baseball (3
Practice in C nducting an
Intramural Program (1


Prof.

C-1E Hist-ory of the Modern World (4
304 American History,1830 to the (3
Present
306 English History to 1688 (3
310 French Revolution and Napoleon (3


(3 credits)
(3 credits)




(3 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)


TThS

MWF
MWF
TThS
MWF

MWF
MWF
arrange
TThS


GREEK (Gk)
Prof. J. N. Anderson, Head, L-111

(3 credits) 10 MWF


HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION (HP1)
Prof. J. W. Norman, Head, Y-124


credits)
credits)

credits)

credits)
credits)

credit)


10 MWF
3 MWF

2 MWF

10-12 TTh
1 MWF

To arrange


HISTORY (Hy)
J. M. Leake, Head, P-112A

credits) 8 MTThF
credits) 10 TThS

credits) 11 TThS
credits) 10 MWF


Gn-Gk-HPl-Hy


L-212

L-307
L-306
L-204
L-314

L-212
L-306

L-306


L-1ll


BB Ct
BB Ct

Y-138

Y-Gym
BBCt

Y-151





P-112
P-112

P-112
P-112


Higgins

Higgins
Higgins
Higgins
Hauptmann

Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


Anderson


Salt, Beard
Hardage
Beard

Salt

Salt
Hardage

Salt


Leake
Leake

Payne
Leake









HISTORY (Hy) Continued

318 Latin American History, 1850 to (3 credits) 8 MWF P-206 Glunt
the Present
402 Ancient Civilizations (3 credits) 9 MWF P-206 Payne
510 Seminar in American History (3 credits) 2-4 M P-112 Leake


HORTICULTURE (He)
Prof. W. L. Floyd, Head, A-108

310 Pruning and Tree Surgery (3 credits) 11 TTh & 1-3 M A-205 Floyd
312 Olericulture (3 credits) 11 TTh & 3-5 W A-303 Abbott
412 Deciduous Fruits (3 credits) 9 MWF A-205 Floyd
414 Advanced Citrus Culture (3 credits) 9 TTh & 3-5 M A-303 Abbott
416 Systematic Pomology (3 credits) 10 MWF A-304 Abbott
504 Horticulture Seminar (1 credit) 11 F A-103 Floyd
506 Horticultural Problems (2 credits) 10 TTh A-303 Abbott
508 Research Work (3 credits) To arrange Staff
510 Special Problems in Refrigeration
of Fruits (3 credits) To arrange


INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION (In)
Prof. J. W. Norman, Head, Y-124

112 Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing(3 credits) 8-10 MWF Y-Shop Bohannon
212 Industrial Arts General Shop (3 credits) 8-10 TThS Y-Shop Bohannon


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (Ig)
Prof. P. 0. Yeaton, Head, E-207

0261 Introduction to Engineering (1 credit) 11 Th A-106 Van Leer,Staff
262 Introduction to Engineering (1 credit) 11 T A-106 Van Leer,Staff
470 Plant,Shop, Layout and Design (3 credits 11 TTh E-213 Yeaton
Laboratory 1-4 W E-212 Yeaton
472 Human Engineering (2 credits) 10 TTh E-211 Van Leer, Yeaton
560 Engineering Practice (3 credits) 9 TThS E-213 Weil


JOURNALISM (Jm)
Prof. E. J. Emig, Head, P-203

214 Introduction to Journalism (3 credits) 9 TThS P-201 Emig
216 Principles of Journalism (3 credits) 8 MWF P-201 Leatherwood
302 Advanced News Writing (3 credits) 11 TThS P-201 Leatherwood
310 Newspaper Editing (3 credits) 8 TThS P-201 Leatherwood
314 Magazine Article Writing (3 credits) 9 MWF P-201 Emig

Hy-He-In-Ig-Jm 22







JOURNALISM (Jm)

Newspaper Management (3 credits)
Advanced Public Opinion (3 credits)
Contemporary Journalistic (3 credits)
Thought
Special Studies in Newspaper (3 credits)
Production
Special Studies in Public Opinion (3 credits)


Beginners Latin
Caesar
Cicero and Virgil
Ovid and Cicero or Livy


Prof.

(3
(3
(3
(3


LATIN (Ln)
J. N. Anderson,

credits)
credits
credits)
credits)


- Continued

11 MWF
10 MWF
10 TThS

To arrange

To arrange


Head, L-111

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
10 TThS L-111


P-201
P-201
P-201


Leatherwood
Emig
Emig

Leatherwood

Emig





W. A. Little
W. A. Little
W. A. Little
Anderson


Jm-Ln











LAW (Lw)
Prof. H. R. Trusler, Head, Law-103


302 Equity
304 Contracts
306 Marriage and Divorce
308 Common Law Pleading
312 Property
402 Evidence
0403 Agency

406 Private corporations
408 Legal Ethics and Bibliography

410 Property
416 Insurance
418 Taxation
502 Damages
506 Negotiable Instruments
508 Conflict of Laws
0515 Mortgages
516 Practice Court
520 Creditors' Rights
622 Admiralty
524 Corporation Finance
602 Legal Research


(5 credits)
(3 credits)
(1 credit)
(3 credits)
(2 credits)
(4 credits)
(2 credits)

(4 credits)
(2 credits)


9 MTWThF
10 MWF
11 F
8 TThS
11 TTh
10 MTWF
8 T and
10 Th
9 MTThF
8 Th and
10-12 S


(3 credits) 8 MWF
(2 credits) 11 TTh
(3 credits) 11 MWF
(2 credits) '10 MF
(3 credits) 8 MWF
(3 credits) 11 MWF
(2 credits) 9 MW
(1 credit) To arrange
(3 credits) 9 TThS
(2 credits) 11 TTh
(3 credits) 1 MWF
Hours and credits to arrange


MATHEMATICS (Ms)
Prof. T. M. Simpson, Head, P-104


C-4B General Mathematics
C-4B1
Lecture (sections 11 to 16)
Recitation 11
12
13
14
15
16


(4 credits)


Law-201
Law-201
Law-201
Law-201
Law-201
Law-204

Law-204
Law- 204

Law-204
Law- 204
Law-204
Law-204
Law-202
Law-202
Law-202
Law-202
Law- 201
' Law-202
Law-202
Law-202


Trusler
TeSelle
Cockrell
Crandall
Day
Cockrell

Cockrell
Slagle

Day
Crandall
TeSelle
Crandall
Trusler
Day
Slagle
Cockrell
TeSelle, Day
TeSelle
Slagle
Hurst
Staff


Lw-Ms


8 T
10 TThS
10 TThS
9 TThS
9 TThS
11 MWF
1 MWF


A-106
P-206
P-102
P-208
P-209
P-11
P-4


Kokomoor
Phipps
Simpson
McInnis
Davis
Kokomoor
Mclnnis


e





MATHEMATICS (Ms) Continued

C-4B2
Lecture (sections 21 to 27) 9 T Aud Simpson
Recitation 21 11 TThS P-206 Specht
22 10 MWF P-102 Dostal
23 9 MWF P-11 Davis
24 9MWF .P-l Phipps
25 8 TThS P-208 Pirenian
26 8 TThS E-211 Dostal
27 1 MWF P-1 Quade
C-4B3
Lecture and recitation
31 8 MWThF P-2 Kusner
32 1 MTWF P-2 Kusner
C-2Da Basic Mathematics (4 credits) 1 MTWF P-11 Davis
C-2Db Basic Mathematics (4 credits)
1* 8 MWFS P-11 Kokomoor
2* 9 MWFS P-2 Germond
3* 10 MTThS P-2 Quade
4* 11 MWThF P-102 Pirenian
5* 11 MTThF P-1 Phipps
6 8 MTWF P-1 Specht
7 9 MWFS P-4 Pirenian
8 10 MWFS P-1 Mclnnis
9 2 MTThF P-206 Dostal
10 9 MWFS B-210 Specht
085 Trigonometry (3 credits) 2 MWF P-2 Specht
0101 College Algebra (3 credits) 9 TThS P-1 Quade
102 Analytic Geometry (3 credits) 2 MWF P-11 Mclnnis
108 Business Mathematics (3 credits) 3 MWF P-11 Pirenian
252 Calculus (3 credits) 10 TThS P-4 Pirenian
0253 Calculus (5 credits) 8 MTWThF E-209 Davis
254 Calculus (4 credits)
Section 1 9 MWThF P-102 Simpson
Section 2 (5 credits) 8 MTWThF P-102 Quade
Section 3 8 MTWF P-10 Mclnnis
Section 4 9 MWThF P-112 Kokomoor
320 Theory of Equations (3 credits) 2 MWF P-1 Phipps
0421 Higher Mathematics for Engineers
and Physicists (3 credits) 11 TThS P-10 Dostal
0521 Empirical Analysis (3 credits) #4 MWF P-2 Germond
552 Advanced Topics in Calculus (3 credits) #3 MWF P-2 Quade
556 Functions of a Complex Variable (3 credits) 11 MWF C-216 Simpson
*For first year students only
#Another hour may be arranged









202 Foundry
Section 1 (ChE)
Section 2 (ChE)
304 Patternmaking


MECHANIC ARTS (Mc)
Prof. N. C. Ebaugh, Head, E-101

(1 credit)


(2 credits)


1-4 W
1-4 F
1-5 W


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Ml)
Prof. N. C. Ebaugh, Head, E-101


0281 Engineering Drawing (2 credits)
Laboratory
282 Descriptive Geometry (2 credits)
Section 1
Laboratory
Section 2
Laboratory
302 Machine Elements (2 credits)
382 Shop Practice (1 credit)
0387 Mechanism and Kinematics (4 credits)
Laboratory
388 Elementary Design (4 credits)

418 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits)

420 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits)

0481 Applied Mechanics (5 credits)

482 Applied Mechanics (5 credits)
Section 1 (El)

Section 2 (Cl,ChE)

Section 3 (Ml,Ig)

Section 4 (Cl) (Laboratory only)
484 Metallography (2 credits)
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
0485 Thermodynamics (3 credits)
Section 1 (Ml ,Ig)
Section 2 (EE)
496 Aeronautics (2 credits)
0581 Internal Combustion Engines (3 credits)
582 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning(3 credits)
586 Advanced Machine Design (3 credits)

588 Mechanical Design (3 credits)
590 Aerodynamics (3 credits)
600 Courses to arrange


1 T
2-4T & 1-4 Th

1 T
2-4 T & 1-4 Th
1 F
1-4 W & 2-4 F
1-5 M
9-12 S
10 MWF
9-12 S
9 TThS
1-4 F
1 W
2-5 W
1 M
2-5 M
9 MWFS
4-6 T

9 MWFS
3-5 Th
10 MWFS
1-3 F
11 MWFS
1-3 Th
3-5 F
9 TTh
10-12 T
10-12 Th

10 MWF
11 MWF
11 TTh
8 MWF
9 MWF
11 MW
1-4 Th
To arrange
9 TThS


E-211 Shop Janes
E-211, Shop Janes
E-202, Shop Strong





E-202 Strong
E-300 Strong, Janes

B-203 Janes
E-304 Janes, Strong
B-203 Strong
E-304 Strong, Fineren
E-211,300 Fineren
B-205, Shop Janes
E-209 Strong
E-300 Strong
E-202 Fineren
E-300 Fineren
E-213 Ebaugh, Thompson
E-103 Ebaugh, Thompson
E-213 Thompson
E-103 Thompson, Goethe
E-209 Eshleman
E-103 Eshleman

E-211 Yeaton
E-103 Eshleman
E-211 Yeaton
E-103 Eshleman
E-211 Yeaton
E-103 Eshleman
E-103 Eshleman
E-209 Eshleman
E-102 Eshleman
E-102 Eshleman

E-213 Ebaugh
E-213 Eshleman
E-209 Thompson
E-213 Janes
E-213 Ebaugh
E-202 Fineren
E-212 Fineren

B-209 Thompson








MILITARY SCIENCE (My)
Colonel W. S. Browning, Field Artillery, In Charge, L-5

All Field Artillery students will be assigned to one two-hour drill period. Batteries A and B,
1-3 M; C and D, 3-5 M; E and F, 1-3 T; G and H, 3-5 T; I and K, 1-3 W; L and M, 3-5 W;
N and 0, 1-3 Th. Review or parade, all batteries, 4-5 T. Juniors will attend additional two-
hour drill period, 10-12 Th, or 3-5 T.

Infantry Courses 102 and 202, drill 3-5 T. Infantry Courses 302 and 402, drill 2-5 T.


102 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
104 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
202 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
204 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2


(2 credits)






(2 credits)













(2 credits)






(2 credits)


8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
8 WF
9 WF
10 WF

9 M
9 M
10 M
10 M
11 W
11 W
8 T
9 T
10 T
10 T
8 M
8 M
10 W
8 W

8 MW
9 MW
11 MW
8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh

8 M
9 M


Ba-101 Barker
Ba-101 Barker
Ba-101 Barker
Ba-101 Barker
Ba-101 Barker
Ba-101 Barker

Ba-101 Edmonson
L-203 Paschall
Ba-101 Edmonson
L-203 Paschall
Ba-101 Edmonson
Law-301 Paschall
Law-302 Edmonson
P-112 Paschall
Law-302 Edmonson
P-209 Paschall
Ba-101 Edmonson
L-204 Paschall
Ba-102 Edmonson
P-112 Paschall

Ba-102 Davis
Ba-102 Davis
Ba-102 Davis
Ba-102 Davis
Ba-102 Davis
Ba-102 Davis

Law-301 Dodd
Law-301 Foster








MILITARY SCIENCE (My) Continued


Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
302 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
304 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
402 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
404 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


(2 credits)



(2 credits)




(2 credits)



(2 credits)


MUSIC (Msc)
Prof. R. D. Brown,

102 Orchestra (1 credit)
108 History and Appreciation of Music (1 credit)
Band Practice (0 credit)


PAINTING (Pg)
Prof. Rudolph Weaver, Head, P-204

The number of hours listed for each course represents the minimum
hours necessary each week


Fundamentals of Pictorial Art (*18 hours)
Criticism available 1-4 daily
Pictorial Composition (9 hours)
Pictorial Composition (15 hours)
Commercial Design (9 hours)


number of working


1 M & to arr. B-201

4 MW and to arr. P-300
4 MWF and to arr. P-300
4 MW and to arr. P-300


My-Msc-Pg


10 M
8 T
9 T
10 T
8 W
9 W
9 Th
10 Th

10 MWF
11 MWF
1 MWF

8 MW
9 MW
10 MW
9 TTh

9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF

9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF


Ba-102
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301

Law-302
Law-302
Law-302

Law-302
Law-302
Law-301
Law-302

Bu-301
Bu-301
L-311

Bu-101
A-205
L-314


Dodd
Foster
Dodd
Foster
Dodd
Foster
Dodd
Foster

Adams
Adams
Adams

Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett

Lange
Lange
Lange

Lucas
Lucas
Lucas





Brown
DeBruyn
Brown


Director, Aud

7 p.m. Th
11 T
5 MW & 4 T


Doolittle

Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle





PAINTING (Pg) Continued


Commercial Design
Freehand Drawing
Freehand Drawing
Freehand Drawing
Freehand Drawing
History of Painting
Conference 8 WS P-300
Oil Painting
Oil Painting
Oil Painting
Water Color
Thesis
PROJECT LABORATORY


hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)

hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)
hours)


4 MWF & to arr. P-300
9-12 daily B-201
9-12 MTWF B-201
9-12 MTThS B-201
9-12 MTThS B-201
8 daily P-300,306


1-4 daily
1-4 daily
1-4 MWThF
1-4 MWF
To arrange
8-12 & 1-5 daily


Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle


B-201 Doolittle
B-201 Doolittle
B-201 Doolittle
B-201 Stageberg
Doolittle,Stageberg
P-306 Staff


Consultations on books and research
available in the Book Room


( 8-12 MWF
( 8-12 TTh and 1-5 T
(1-5 Th
( 1-5 MWF and 8-12 S


*For students who plan to complete the work in two years, 9 hours a week. For students who
plan to complete the work in one year, 18 hours a week.


PHARMACOGNOSY (Pgy)
Prof. B. V. Christensen, Head, C-314


222 Practical Pharmacognosy
342 Microscopy


(3 credits)
(3 credits)


1-3 TW & 8-10 F C-316
11 F and 8-10 ThS C-316


PHARMACOLOGY (Ply)
Prof. B. V. Christensen, Head, C-314

362 Pharmacological Standardization (4 credits) 11 MW
1-5 Th
452 Principles of Biologicals (3 credits) 9 MWF
456 New Remedies (4 credits) 8 T, 1 Th & 1-5 F
552 Special Problems in Pharmacology (4 credits) To Arr.


C-316
C-400
C-400
C-316


PHARMACY (Phy)
Prof. W. J. Husa, Head, C-302


224 Galenical Pharmacy (3 credits)
Laboratory
354 Organic and Analytical Pharmacy (3 credits)
Laboratory

Pg-Pgy-Ply-Phy


11 MW
1-4 M
9 MWF
1-4 TW


C-110
C-306
C-110
C-306


Stageberg
Fletcher
Doolittle
McVoy


Ireland
Ireland


Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Foote
Christensen


Husa
Husa
Foote
Foote










Prescriptions and Dispensing
Laboratory
Commercial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Arithmetic
Advanced Drug Analysis
Laboratory
Advanced Galenical Pharmacy
Advanced Pharmacy





Philosophy of Nature
Philosophic Conceptions of
the Great English Poets
History of Philosophy
Advanced History of Philosophy


Lecture
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Laboratory
A
B
C
D
E
F


PHARMACY (Phy) Continued

(5 credits) 9 T
1-5 M
(4 credits) 10 MWThF
(2 credits) 11 TTh
(3 credits) 10 T
1-4 TW
(2 credits) 9 MW
(2 credits) 9 TTh


PHILOSOPHY (Ppy)
Prof. H. 0. Enwall, Head, P-108

(3 credits) 4-6 M

(3 credits) To arrange
(3 credits) 11 TThS
(3 credits) 11 TThS


PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PI)
Prof. D. K. Stanley, Head, BB Court


9 M
9 T
9 W
10 T
11 T

1-3 M
3-5 M
1-3 W
3-5 W
1-3 Th
3-5 Th


PHYSICS (Ps)
Prof. R. C. Williamson,

0101 Elementary Physics (3 credits)
0103 Laboratory for Physics 0101 (1 credit)
102 Elementary Physics (3 credits)
Demonstration (all sections


Head, B-202

10 MWF
1-4F

11 T


B-203
B-306

B-203


Williams
Knowles and Staff

Williamson


Phy-Ppy-Pl-Ps


C-216
C-306
C-110
C-110
C-110
C-306
To Arr.
To Arr.





P-209


P-209
P-209


Husa
Husa
Husa
Husa
Foote
Foote
Husa
Foote





Enwall

Enwall
Enwall
Enwall





PHYSICS (Ps) Continued


Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
104 Laboratory for Ps 102
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
206 Mechanics, Heat, Sound
Electricity and Light
Demonstration (allsections)
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
208 Laboratory for Ps 206 and Ps 212
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
212 Elementary Physics
Demonstration
Lecture
292 Meteorology
304 Experimental Physics
0309 Light
Laboratory
312 Electricity and Magnetism
Laboratory
322 Advanced General Physics
406 Theoretical Mechanics
506 Advanced Theoretical Mechanics
510 Physical Optics
524 Seminar in Modern Theory
528 Colloquium
552 Thesis


(1 credit)







(3 credits)




(1 credit)





(4 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)

(3 credits)

(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(1 credit)
(0 credit)


8 MWF
8 MWF
9 MWF
9 MWF

1-4 M
2-5 M
1-4 T
1-4 W
2-5 W
1-4 Th
2-5 Th


11 Th
10 MWFF
11 MWF
11 MWFF

2-5 M
1-4 T
1-4 W
1-4 Th
1-4 F

11 T
11 MWThF
To arrange
To arrange
8 TTh
2-5 T
9 TTh
2-5 W
11 MWF
To arrange
To arrange
10 MWF
To arrange
4 F
To arrange


B-208
B-210
B-205
S-101

B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306


B-203
B-205
B-203
A-205

B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307

B-203
B-205


B-205
B-304
B-205
B-303
B-208


B-307

B-203


Knowles
Perry
Bless
Williams

Knowles and Staff
Knowles and Staff
Knowles and Staff
Knowles and Staff
Knowles and staff
Knowles and Staff
Knowles and Staff


Perry
Perry
Perry
Williams

Perry and Staff
Perry and Staff
Perry and Staff
Perry and Staff
Perry and Staff

Williamson
Williamson
Perry
Staff
Williamson
Williams
Knowles
Knowles
Bless
Bless
Bless
Williamson
Williamson
Staff
Staff


PLANT PATHOLOGY (Pt)
Asst. Prof. J. T. Creighton, Acting Head, A-305


302 Plant Pathology

Ps-Pt


(3 credits) 10 TTh and 1-3 T or Th


A-305


Creighton







POLITICAL SCIENCE (Pel)
Prof. J. M. Leake, Head, P-112A


C-IF Political Foundations of Modern Life (4 credit
210 American Government and Politics (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
310 International Relations (3 credits)
312 American State and Municipal
Administration (3 credits)
402 American Constitutional Law (3 credits)
406 History of Political Theory (3 credits)
408 Comparative Government (3 credits)


Its) 11 TTh and 3 MW P-205


11 MWF
1 MWF
11 MWF

8 MWF
11 MWF
8 TThS
8 TThS


POULTRY HUSBANDRY (Py)
Prof. A. L. Shealy, Head, A-102


Incubation and Breeding
Poultry Feeds and Feeding
Poultry Housing and Equipment
Poultry Practices
Poultry Breeding
Problems in Poultry Breeding
Poultry Research and Seminar
Advanced Poultry Management
Poultry Research Problems


credits) 9 MW and 3-5 Th
credits) 8 TTh and 1-3 M
credits) 11 Th and 1-3 W
credit) 3-5 M A-205
credits) 10 TTh
or 2 credits) To arrange
credit) To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


PSYCHOLOGY (Psy)
Assoc. Prof. E. D. Hinckley, Head, P-110

0201 General Psychology (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 10 MWF
Section 3 9 TThS
304 Experimental Psychology (3 credits) 1-3 MW
0305 Social Psychology (3 credits) 10 MWF
0307 Legal Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS
0309 Theories of Personality (3 credits) 9 MWF
310 Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) 11 MWF
314 History and Systems of Psychology (3 credits) To arran
408 Comparative Psychology (3 credits) 10 TThS
424 Sensation (3 credits) To arran
502 Readings in Experimental Psychology (3 credits) To arran
506 Psycho-Physical Theory in the
Construction of Tests (3 credits) To arran
510 Readings in Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) To arran
514 Readings in History and Systems
of Psychology (3 credits) To arran

Pcl-Py-Psy 32


P-210
P-206
P-206

P-209
P-112
P-209
P-109


Dauer

Payne
Payne
Dauer

Green
Leake
Green
Dauer


A-104
A-304
A-304
Mehrhof
A-205


Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
and Anderson
Anderson
Anderson
Mehrhof
Mehrhof
Mehrhof


P-114
P-10
P-10
P-114
P-114
P-11
P- 10
P-10

P-114


Mosier
Mosier
Williams
Williams
Williams
Mosier
Hinckley
Hinckley
Williams
Williams
Hinckley
Hinckley

Hinckley
Hinckley

Williams


ge

ge
ge

ge
ge

ge





SOCIOLOGY (Sy)
Prof. L. M. Bristol, Head, P-8

C-1H Sociological Foundations of
Modern Life (4 credits) 8 MWF P-4 Bristol
Laboratory to arrange
304 Cultural Development of the
United States (3 credits) 1 MWF P-10 Weld
316 Field of Social Work (2 credits) 7-9 p.m. T P-4 Bristol
326 Urban Sociology (3 credits) 10 MWF P-4 Weld, Bristol
442 Applied Sociology (3 credits) 2-3:30 TTh P-4 Bristol
0443 Race Problems (2 credits) 2 MW P-4 Weld
444 Marriage and the Family (3 credits) 1-2:30 WF P-109 Beaty
526 Urban Sociology (3 credits) To arrange Bristol
542 Applied Sociology (3 credits) 10-12:30 S P-8 Bristol


SPANISH (Sh)
Prof. C. L. Crow, Head, L-205

C-3Sa Reading of Spanish (3 credits) 10 MWF L-212 Hathaway
C-3Sb Reading of Spanish (3 credits)
Section 1 11 TThS L-306 Hathaway
Section 2 11 MWF L-311 DeGaetani
102 Second-year Spanish (.3 credits)
Section 1 8 TThS L-306 Hathaway
Section 2 8 MWF L-306 Hathaway
202 Advanced Syntax and Reading (3 credits) 9 TThS L-306 Hathaway
304 Survey of Spanish Literature (3 credits) 10 MWF P-11 DeGaetani
314 Advanced Composition and Conversation (3 credits) 2 MWF L-306 DeGaetani
324 Commercial Spanish (3 credits) 2 MWF L-314 Higgins
414 Phonetics (3 credits) 8 TThS L-204 Hauptmann


SPEECH (Sch)
Assoc. Prof. H. P. Constans, Head, P-211

Effective Speaking, the basic course in Speech, is prerequisite or co-requisite to other courses
in the Department. This course may be taken by any student in the Upper Division and may be
elected by students in the General College who have completed C-3, or who have the recommendation
of the Dean

C-3H Effective Speaking (4 credits)
All sections 8 or 9 S P-205
Section 1 8 MWF P-205 Hopkins
Section 2 8 MWF P-208 Constans
Section 3 9 MWF P-205 Hale

Sy-Sh-Sch 33










SPEECH (Sch) Continued

Section 4 9 MWF P-208 Constans
Section 5 10 MWF P-209 Hale
212 Court Room Speaking (3 credits) 10 MWF P-208 Constans
214 Types of Public Discussion (2 credits) 11 TTh P-208 Hopkins
0301 Advanced Public Speaking (3 credits) 10 TThS P-205 Constans
304 Argumentation and Debating (3 credits) 11 MWF P-208 Hopkins
404 Dramatic Production (3 credits) To arrange Hale
406 Famous British Speakers (3 credits) To arrange Hopkins


VETERINARY SCIENCE (Vy)
Prof. A. L. Shealy, Head, A-102

402 Poultry Diseases (2 credits) 11 MW A-203 Emmel


Sch-Vy




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