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The University Record
of the

University of Florida


Schedule of Courses
For the Second Term
1935-36


Vol. XXXI, Series I No. 1


January 1, 1936


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








Vol. XXXI, Series 1



The University Record


of the


University of Florida



CONTENTS
No. Title Page
1. Schedule of Courses for Second Term, 1935-36 .--..---. 1
2. Bulletin of the Graduate School, 1936-37 ................. 39
3. Second Term Additions to the University Directory,
1935-36 ..................... .. ..------------------ ................ 79
4. Financial Report of the University. June, 1935 ...... 83
5. Bulletin of the University Summer Session, 1936 ...... 115
6. Bulletin of Information for the General College,
1936-37 --..--- ----....................-- ...........------- 163
7., Bulletin of Information for the Upper Division,
J 1936-37 ......---. --..- ----.............. --..-...----.. 211
7. Extra 1. David Yulee Lecture ........... ---... ..- ..-..- 359
7. Extra 2. Special Forestry Bulletin ------.......---.---.........--..... 371
8. Schedule of Courses, 1936-37 .............- ......-......- .. 383
8. Extra 1. Bulletin of the Bureau of Vocational
Guidance and Mental Hygiene .................---------------------..----.... 411
9. Bulletin of Freshman Week ............ --- ......--.. .. 423
10. University Directory, 1936-37 ...... ..........------------ 435
11. Register for Regular Session, 1935-36
Summer Session, 1936 --1----.---------- ---------- 491
12. Biennial Report of the President





UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

SCHEDULE OF COURSES
Second Term,1935-36


EXPLANATIONS CM UO C I

In the first part of the schedule are entered the comprehensive courses of the General Coll-
ege for 1935-36, corrected as of February 1, 1936.

Starred credit indicates that the course is below college level. Such credit cannot be used
to fulfill the requirements for any degree.

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

The following abbreviations are used to designate buildings: A Agriculture Building,
Aud Auditorium, B Benton Hall, Bu Buckman Hall, C Chemistry Building, E Engineering
Building, H Horticulture 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 given the departmental abbreviation
adopted for official records.

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


OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR





COMPREHENSIVE COURSES
1935-36
Corrected as of February 1, 1936


Man and the Social World (Prof. R. S. Atwood, Chairman L-200A)


Lecture


Recitation


11 2 MW A-106 Atwood 111 8 TTh L-204 Atwood
112 2 TTh L-204 Atwood,
113 11 TTh L-204 Atwood
114 2 TTh Bu-201 Eldridge
115 3 TTh Bu-201 Eldridge
12 3 MW A-106 Bristol 122 2 TTh P-4 Bristol
123 1 TTh P-112 Weld
124 2 TTh P-112 Green
125 3 TTh P-4 Bristol
13 8 TTh A-106 Dauer 131 1 WF P-4 Dauer
132 2 WF P-4 Dauer
133 1 WF L-203 Green
134 2 WF L-203 Green
135 3 WF L-203 Chace
14 9 TTh A-106 Matherly 141 1 WF L-201 Matherly
142 1 WF A-104 Hamilton
143 2 WF A-104 Hamilton
144 2 WF L-201 Norman
145 3 WF L-201 Norman
15 10 TTh A-106 Glunt 151 11 TTh B-208 Glunt
152 11 WF Bu-305 Glunt
153 8 TTh P-209 Glunt
154 2 WF Bu-201 Chace
155 9 WF P-2 Chace





16 11 TTh A-106 Eutsler


2 WF
3 WF
11 WF
3 WF


C-2 Man and the Physical


World (Prof. A. P. Black, Chairman C-114)

Demonstration Laboratory
S-206 Staff


Recitation


S-206
L-203
E-211
S-206
B-210
B-209
P-10
S-206


Atwood
Chandler
Williamson
Knowles
Bless
Sashoff
Germond
Heath


MWF
MWF
MWF
MThS
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF


A-104
A-303
B-209
P-2
P-10
P-11
L-210
B-210


Black
Bless
Dostal
Kusner
Kusner
PhIpps
Babers
Sashoff


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


Lecture


31 8 M A-106 Staff


8 WF
8 WF
8 WF
1 WF


Discussion


E-209
L-210
L-212
L-311


Writing Laboratory


Wallace
DeGaetani
Milligan
Skaggs


K
Q
A or J
L


P-112
L-204
L-203
L-210


Eutsler
Tolbert
Tolbert
Eutsler


MWF
MWF
MWF
TThS
TThS
TThS
TThS
MWF





316 1 WF L-210 Conner F or N
32 10 M A-106 Staff 321 9 WF L-210 Morris R or T
322 9 WF L-212 Robertson T
323 9 WF L-201 W.A.Little A,H,L or R
324 10 WF P-I Murphree M
325 10 WF A-106 Moore H
326 11 WF L-201 Wallace E
33 11 M A-106 Staff 331 10 WF P-102 Wise K or M
333 1 WF L-212 Hopkins E or R
334 1 TTh L-210 Conner Q
335 1 TTh L-203 Clark B or H
336 1 TTh L-212 Milligan N
34 9 W A-106 Staff 341 8 ThS L-203 Skaggs C
342 8 ThS L-201 Moore D or R
343 8 ThS L-212 Clark C
344 9 ThS L-201 Skaggs U or V
345 9 ThS A-303 Hale A
346 10 ThS L-10 Wallace J
35 11 W A-106 Staff 351 9 ThS L-210 Caldwell U or V
352 10 ThS L-203 Wise S
353 10 ThS L-201 Morris P
354 11 ThS L-203 Murphree D
355 11 ThS L-201 DeGaetani U or V
356 11 ThS P-1 Constans B


Writing Laboratory
(All sections meet in L-209)


Leatherwood, Moore
DeGaetani, Morris
Wallace, Caldwell
Wise, Clark
Caldwell, Robertson
Murphree, Moore


H 3-5 W
J 8-10 Th
K 10-12 Th
L 1-3 Th
M 3-5 Th
N 8-10 F


Wise, Morris
Milligan, Conner
Hale, Little
DeGaetani,. Wallace
Morris, Skaggs
Skaggs, Clark


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





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


Milligan, Conner
Morris, Clark
Little, Wallace
Murphree, Conner


C-4a Man and His Thinking (Prof. W. H. Wilson, Chairman 0-200B)


4al 9
4a2 10
4a3 11


MWThF
MWFS
TWThF


S-206
B-203
S-206


Wilson
Hinckley
W. W. Little


C-4b General Mathematics (Prof. F. W. Kokomoor, Chairman P-106)

Lecture Recitation


4bl 8 M B-203 Kokomoor


WFS
WFS
TThS
TWF
TThS
TWF
WFS
TWF


P-102
P-4
P-209
B-208
P-102
P-208
P-206
B-208


Pirenian
Molnnis
Davis
Davis
Pirenian
Quade
Kokomoor
Mclnnis


4b2 11 M Aud. Simpson 21 10 TThS P-I Phipps
22 11 TWF P-I Dostal
23 10 TThS "P-4 Dostal
24 10 TWF P-2 Kusner
25 11 TThS P-10 Phipps
26 10 TThS E-209 Germond
27 11 TWF P-102 Simpson
28 11 TThS P-11 Germond


10-12 S Hopkins, Little
8-10 M Murphree, Moore
10-12 M Milligan, Wise




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

Lecture Quiz

61 8 M(T*)WF S-101 Bryan, Byers, 611 8 Th S-101 Rogers
Cody, Hinckley, Hubbell, Hume, 612 8 Th C-216 Byers
Rogers, Senn, Weber 613 8 Th S-111 Hubbell
614 8 Th A-304 Senn
Optional 615 8 Th C-212 Cody





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


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


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


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


202 Farm Machinery (4 credits)
Section 1 8
Section 2 10
302 Farm Motors (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
402 Farm Concrete (2 credits)
404 Agricultural Eng. Investigations(2 credits)
502 Agricultural Engineering Seminar(2 credits)


MW in A-205, 1-5 W or Th in A-206A Rogers
MW in A-205, 1-5 W or Th in A-206A Rogers


9 TTh
11 TTh
1-3 F
3-5 M
9 M and
9-11 S
3-5 T


A-206A
A-206A
A-206A
A-206A
1-3 M or 3-5 F A-206A
A-205
A-205


Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers


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


302 Fertilizers (2, 3, or 4 credits)
304 Forage Crops and Pastures (3 credits)
402 Plant Breeding (3 credits)


10 MW and 1-5 T or Th A-203
10 TTh and 1-3 F A-304
9 MWF A-304


As-Ag-Ay


H-215
H-215
H-2]35
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215
H-215


Hamilton
Reitz
Reitz
Hamilton
Hamilton
Reitz
Hamilton
Noble


Bryan
Senn
Senn





0407
0413
500
502
504
506


Special and Cover Crops
Soil Utilization
Advanced Plant Genetics
Seminar
Soil Classification
Special Probs. in Soils


(2 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(1 credit)
(3 credits)
& Crops(Credits and


11 MW A-304
10 TTh in A-303 and 1-3 W in
9 MWF A-304
4 M A-206
11 MW and 1-3 F A-203
hours to arrange)


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


Types and Breeds of Animals
Animal Feeding
Swine Production
Breed History
Meat Products
Seminar
World Meats
Animal Production
Methods in Animal Research


(4
(3
(3
(2
(3
(1
(2
(2 or
(2


credits) 8 MWF and 3-5 Th
credits) 11 MWF
credits) 9 MWF
credits) 11 TTh
credits) 11 MW and 1-3 F
credit) 4 M
credits) 10 TTh
3 credits) To arrange
credits) To arrange


A-104
A-104
A-104
A-104
A-103A
A-104
A-104
A-103


Willoughby
Becker
Henley
Willoughby
Shealy
Shealy
Willoughby
Willoughby
Becker


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

The number of hours listed for each course represents the nominal
number of working hours a week required of the average student.


11 A Fundamentals of Architecture
Conference
Criticism available
21 A Architectural Design
Criticism available
21 B Architectural Design
Conference
Criticism available


(9* or 18 hrs.)


(15 hours)

(15 hours)


2 M and To arrange P-301
2 M


Weaver


MTWThF Weaver, Arnei
MWF and To arr.** P-302
MWF Stageberg
MWF and To arr.** P-204, P-302
P-204 Weaver
MWF P-302 June


Ay-Al-Ae


Senn
A-304 Bryan
Senn
Bryan, Senn
Bryan
Bryan, Senn


104
0201
204
302
0303
402
404
502
508


tt





22 A Architectural Design (15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr.** P-302
Criticism available 1-5 MWF June
23 A Landscape Design (15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr.** P-302
Criticism available 1-5 MWF Stageberg
23 B Landscape Design (15 hours) 1-5 MWF and To arr.** P-302
Criticism available 1-5 MWF June
31 A Freehand Drawing and Water Color (6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302
Criticism available 9-12 TTh Stageberg
31 B Freehand Drawing and Water Color (6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302
Criticism available 9-12 TTh Stageberg
33 A Freehand Drawing and Water Color (6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302
Criticism available 9-12 TTh Stageberg
33 B Freehand Drawing and Water Color (6 hours) 9-12 TTh P-302
Criticism available 9-12 TTh Stageberg
41 A History of Architecture (6 hours) 8 MTWThFS P-300, 306
Conference 8 ThS P-300 Stageberg
Project Laboratory 8 MTWF P-306 Staff
41 B History of Architecture (6 hours) 8 MTWThFS P-300, 306
Conference 8 TF P-300 June
Project Laboratory 8 MWThS P-306 Staff
41 C Decorative Arts (6 hours) 8 MTWThFS P-300, 306
Conference 8 MW P-300 June
Project Laboratory 8 TThFS P-306 Staff
51 A Materials and Meth. of Construction (9 hours) 9-12 MWF P-302
Criticism available 9-12 MWF Hannaford
51 B Mechanical Equipment of Buildings (9 hours) 9-12 MWF
Heating, Ventilation & Plumbing 10-12 MWF (Feb. 7 to May 25) P-302 June
Electric Lighting 9 MWF (March 16 to April 24) B-203 Wilson
51 C Professional Relations & Methods (9 hours) 9-12 MWF P-204, 306
Conference 10-12 W P-204 Weaver
Project Laboratory 9-12 MF and 9 W P-306 Staff
61 A Structural Design of Buildings (12 hours) 1-5 TTh, 9-12 S and To arr. P-302
Criticism available 1-5 TTh and 9-12 S Hannaford
61 B Structural Design of Buildings (12 or 24 hrs.***) 1-5 TTh, 9-12 S and To arr. P-302
Criticism available 1-5 TTh and 9-12 S Hannaford





71 A Thesis
Criticism available
0455 Working Drawings
Criticism available
--- PROJECT LABORATORY (Book Room)


(48 hours)

(9 hours)

(44 hours)


Consultations on books and re-
search available in the Book Room


To arrange P-302
To arrange
To arrange P-302
9-12 MWFS and 1-5 TTh
8-12 MTWThFS and 1-5 MTWThF
(9-12 T and 8-12 Th
(1-5 T and 8-12 WF
(1-5 Th
(8-12 MS, 8 T and 1-5 MWF


Weaver, Staff

Hannaford
P-306
June
Stageberg
Doolittle
McVoy


* For students who plan to complete the work in 2 years, 9 hours a week. For students who
plan to complete the work in 1 year, 18 hours a week.

** Competitive problems February 19, March 18, April 22, and May 20, 1:00 to 10:00 P.M.

*** For Juniors, 12 hours,a week; for Seniors, 24 hours a week.


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


302 Navigation


(3 credits) 9 TThS


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

*302 Agricultural Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 TTh in S-101; 1-3 WF in S-104 Carroll
304 Pathogenic Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 MW in S-111; 3-5 WF in S-104 Carroll
*306 Bacteriology of Foods (4 credits) 9 TTh in S-101; 1-3 WF in S-104 Carroll
412 Industrial Bacteriology (4 credits) 11 TTh in S-101; 1-3 TTh in S-104
Carroll, Smith
Bacteriology 302 or 306 will be given, depending upon which has the greater demand.
NOTE: Advanced and graduate courses will be arranged on consultation with instructor.


Ae-Aty-Bcy


Kusner





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


104 Biblical Geography and History
212 Life of Jesus
402 The World's Great Religions


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


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


102 Vertebrate Zoology (4
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
210 Vertebrate Embryology (4
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
316 Parasitology (4
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
330 Animal Ecology (4
412 Individual Probs. in Anim. Biol.(3
)505 History of Biology (2
)507 Zoological Classification and
Nomenclature (3
514 Vertebrate Morphology (3
516 Invertebrate Morphology (3
518 Bionomics (3
520 Individual Probs. in Anim. Biol.(T<


102 General Botany


credits)


credits)


credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)


11 MW
1-4 MW
1-4 TTh
10 TTh
1-4 MW
1-4 TTh
11 TTh
1-4 MW
1-4 TTh
11 MW and 1-4 MW
To arrange
9 TTh


or 5 credits)
or 5 credits)
or 5 credits)
or 5 credits)
o arrange)


arrange
arrange
arrange
arrange
arrange


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

(4 credits) 9 TTh


S-101 Sherman
S-107 Sherman
S-107 Sherman
S-111 Sherman
S-106 Sherman
S-106 Sherman
S-111 Byers
S-10 Byers
S-10 Byers
S-12 Rogers
Staff
S-12 Rogers

Staff
Sherman
Byers or Hubbell
Staff
Staff


S-111 Cody


Be-Bly-Bty


11 MWF
8 MWF
11 TTh


Bu-204
Bu-204
Bu-101


Johns on
Johnson
Johnson


0
0





Laboratory A
Laboratory B
Laboratory C
Laboratory D (for Pharmacy
Taxonomy (Local Flora)
Plant Anatomy
Seminar
Problems in Taxonomy
Problems in Plant Anatomy


students)
(4 credits)
(4 credits)
(2 credits)
(4 credits)
(4 credits)


1-3 MW S-2 Cody
3-5 MW S-2 Cody
10-12 TTh S-2 Oody
1-5 Th S-2 Cody
10 TTh in S-101; 1-3 TTh in S-1 Cody
11 T and 1-3 WF S-1 Cody
To arrange Cody, Carroll
11 Th in S-1 and To arrange Cody
To arrange Cody


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


0103 Principles
104 Principles
202E Principles
Lecture
Quiz
Quiz
Quiz
Quiz
Lecture
Quiz
Quiz
Quiz
Quiz
0201E Principles
Lecture
Quiz
Quiz
Quiz
0211 Principles
212 Principles
Section


of Economic Geography(3
of Economic Geography(3
of Economics (3
I
I-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
II
II-1
11-2
11-3
11-4
of Economics (3


Accounting
Accounting


(3
(3


credits)
credits)
credits)









credits)



credits)
credits)


10 TTh and 3-5 M
9 TTh and 1-3 M


9 TS
9 MF
10 MF
8 MW
9 MW
10 TS
8 MW
9 TTh
10 MF
11 MF


and 8-10 W


10 MF and 10-12 W


L-204 Diettrich
L-204 Diettrich


S-206
Bu-201
Bu-201
Bu-101
Bu-101
S-206
Bu-201
P-10
L-314
L-314

0-212
Bu-201
Bu-201
Bu-101
S-202

8-202


Eldridge
Eldridge
Eldridge
Hicks
Hicks
Macy
Macy
Tuttle
Campbell
Campbell

Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Tuttle
Cogburn

Cogburn


Bty-Bs


308
332
0500
502
508





Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
302E Elements of Statistics (3
Section 1
Section 2
0311 Advanced Accounting (3
312 Advanced Accounting (3
Section 1
Section 2
0321E Financial Organization of Society
322 Financial Management (3
Section 1
Section 2
0351E Transportation Principles (3
362 Property Insurance (Bonds, Titles,
372 Labor Economics (2


credits)
11
2
credits) 8
credits)
11
8
(3 credits)
credits)


10 TS and 3-5 Th
11 TS and 1-3 Th
8 TS and 8-10 Th


TTh and 1-3 Th
WF and 1-3 M
MWF

MWF
TThS
9 MWF


9 TThS
9 MWF
credits) 8 TThS
etc.) (3 credits) 10 MWF
credits)


Section 1 1 TTh
Section 2 .9 TTh
0385E Economic Geography of South America (3 credits) 11 MWF
402 Business Law (3 credits)
Section 1 10 MWF
Section 2 3 MWF
404E Government Control of Business (3 credits) 9 TThS
410E Applied Economics (2 credits)
Section 1 10 MF
Section 2 9 TS
414 Income Tax Procedure (3 credits) 10 TThS
416 Advanced Accounting (3 credits) 10 MWF
422 Investments (3 credits) 11 MWF
426E Banking Systems (3 credits) 11 TThS
0431E Principles of Marketing (3 credits) 11 TThS
432 Market Management (3 credits) 8 TThS
436 Foreign Trade Technique (3 credits) 8 MWF
438 Problems in Sales and Market Mgt. (3 credits) 9 TThS


S-202
S-202
S-202

L-10
L-10
S-111

Bu-101
Bu-101
Bu-305

Bu-204
Bu-204
L-210
Bu-204

Bu-101
Bu-201


Cogburn
Cogburn
Beights

Anderson
Anderson
Beights

Beights
Cogburn
Dolbeare

Eutsler
Eutsler
Macy
Eutsler

Chace
Chace


L-204 Diettrich


Bu-301
S-101
Bu-301

L-10
L-10
Bu-201
Bu-305
Bu-301
Bu-204
Bu-305
Bu-305
L-314
Bu-305


Hurst
Hurst
Hurst

Anderson
Anderson
Beights
Beights
Dolbeare
Dolbeare
Hicks
Hicks
Campbell
Hicks





446E
454E
466
468E
470E
0491E

506E
522
528E
530E
564E


CHEMISTRY (Cy)
Prof. T. R. Leigh, Head (0-200)


0101 General Chemistry
10< General Chemistry
Section 1
Lecture
Laboratory A
*Section 2
Lecture
Laboratory B
**Section 3
Lecture
Laboratory C
Laboratory D
Section 4
Lecture
Laboratory E
Section 5
Lecture
Laboratory F


(4 credits)
(4 credits)


8 TThS in C-112; 1-4 T in C-130 Hawkins


8 MWF
2-5 I

8 NWF
2-5 W

9 MWF
1-4 Th
7-10 p.m. Th

10 MWF
9-12 T

11 MWF
2-5 F


0-112 Jackson
C-130 Heath

C-212 Heath
C-130 Smith


0-112
0-130
C-130


Pollard
Jackson
Takahashi


0-212 Ellis
0-130 Ellis

C-112 Ellis
0-130 Jackson


Bs-Cy


Economic Principles of Consumption (3 credits) 1 MWF
Prin. of Public Utility Economics (3 credits) 1 MWF
Realty Management (3 credits) 10 TThS
Econ. History in the Making (3 credits) 7-10 p.m. Th
Business Forecasting (3 credits) 9 MWF
Geographic Foundations of
the British Empire (3 credits) 9 MWF
Development of Economic Thought (3 credits) 11 TThS
Law of Corporation Finance (3 credits) 1 MWF
International Finance (3 credits) To arrange
State and Local Taxation (3 credits) 10 MWF
Seminar in Statistics and
Business Forecasting (3 credits) To arrange


Bu-305
Bu-301
Bu-101
L-201
L-10

P-11
Bu-201
Law-202

L-204


Tuttle
Macy
Chace
Diettrich
Anderson

Diettrich
Eldridge
Hurst
Dolbeare
Macy

Anderson





0201 Analytical Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory
202 Analytical Chemistry
Lecture
Section 1 (ChE)
Section 2
Laboratory A (ChE)
Laboratory B
0215 Water and Sewage
Lecture
Laboratory
262 Organic Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory
282 Glassblowing
302 Organic Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
422 Advanced Physical Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory
432 Agricultural Analysis
Lecture
Laboratory
444 Chemical Engineering Laboratory
446 Industrial Chemistry, Organic
462 Photographic Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory
482 Chemical Literature
504 Inorganic Preparations
0505 Organic Nitrogen Compounds
510 The Phase Rule


(4 credits)


(4 credits)




(3 credits)


(5 credits)


(No credit)
(4 credits)



(4 credits)


(5 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)


credit)
credits)
credits)
credits)


9 TTh
1-4 WF


10 MW
11 TTh
1-4 WF
8-11 TTh


8 TTh
1-4 Th


10 MWF
1-4 WF
To arrange


9 MWF
1-4 T
1-4 Th


10 MWF
1-4 M

To arrange
To arrange
1-4 TThF
9 TThS

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


C-212 Hawkins
C-130 Bain


C-112 Hawkins
C-212 Black
C-104, C-114 Hawkins
C-104, C-114 Black

C-110 Black
C-130 Black

S-101 Pollard
C-230 Pollard
Thompson


C-212
C-230
C-230

A-304
C-204


C-104
C-108
C-112


Leigh
Leigh
Leigh

Jackson
Jackson

Black
Black
Mason
Mason

Heath
Heath
Pollard
Otte
Ellis
Jackson





0513 Colloid Chemistry
Lecture
Laboratory
526 Chemistry of the Terpenes
538 Quantitative Organic Chemistry
586 Chemical Engineering Processes
602 Chemical Research


(3 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(No credit)


To arrange
To arrange
11 Th in A-304;
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


Mason
C-204 Mason
1 TF in C-112 Ellis
Pollard
Hawkins
Staff


* A special section open only to students intending to pursue work in
Pharmacy in the Upper Division.
** A special section open only to Business Administration sophomores.


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


Agriculture or


0101 Surveying
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
212 Railway Engineering
306 Theory of Structures
Lecture
Laboratory
314 Highway Engineering
Lecture
Laboratory
0407 Hydraulics
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
Laboratory C
408 Hydraulic Engineering
410 Water and Sewerage
Lecture
Laboratory
412 Concrete Design
Lecture
Laboratory

Cy-Cl


(2 credits)


(2 credits)
(4 credits)


(3 credits)


(3 credits)



(2 credits)
(3 credits)


(4 credits)


9 M
1-4 T
1-4 F
2-5 WTh

9 MW
9-12 TTh

9 8, 1 M
2-5 M
11 MW
1-3 T
1-3 M
3-5 T
9 TTh


9 MW
9-12 F

11 TTh
1-4 WF


B-208
B-104
B-104
B-104

B-210
B-104

B-210
B-104
B-203
B-108
B-108
B-108
B-209

B-209
B-207


Reed
Reed
Reed
Reed

Sawyer
Sawyer

Reed, Lowe
Reed, Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Lowe
Van Leer, Lowe

Lowe
Lowe


B-209 Lowe
B-207 Lowe





414 Structural Engineering (4 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory
0415 Estimating Quantities and Costs (2 credits)
418 Hydraulic Laboratory (1 credit)


11 MW
1-4 TTh
10 MW
To arrange


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


302 Market Milk
304 Theory of Dairy Manufacture
308 Milk Production


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


9 TTh and To arrange A-103A
11 TTh and 1-3 T A-103A
10 MW and 1-3 M A-103A


DRAWING (Dg)
Prof. N. 0. Ebaugh, Head (E-101)


0101 Mechanical Drawing and Descriptive
Geometry (6 hrs. a week



102 Mechanical Drawing and Descriptive
Geometry (6 hrs. a week


0207 Descriptive Geometry
0209 Descriptive Geometry


(2 credits)
(1 credit)


T
M, 2-4 T, )
Th, 8-12 8)


T
M, 2-4 T
Th, 8-12
M, 2-4 T
Th, 8-10


E-209 Walker
E-300 Strong


B-203
E-304

E-3010
E-304


Strong
Walker
Eshleman
Walker, Strong
Walker, Strong


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


84 Typewriting

Cl-Dy-Dg-En


Commercial Education
(2 credits) 5 hrs. laboratory to arr. Y-241 Copeland


B-208
B-207
B-207


Sawyer
Sawyer
Sawyer
Lowe


Neal
Neal
Arnold





(3 credits) 9 MWF


0111 Industrial Arts Drawing Units
0211 Industrial Arts Shop


0101
0201b

0207
0209b
304
0305
306
0317
0319
0319b
0323


330

0401

0403
406b
408
410
0415
0425
0435
0455
0465
0475
0485


Industrial Arts
(3 credits)
(3 credits)


Education
10 MWF
10 TThS


Introduction to Education (3 credits) 10 MWF
Teaching Soc. Stud. in
the 4th, 5th, and 6th Grades (1 credits) 7-8:30 p.m. F
Educational Psychology (3 credits) 8 MWF
Teaching Science in 1st Six Grades (l credit) 9 S
Methods in Teaching Vocational Agric. (3 credits) 9 MWF
Development & Organization of Educ. (3 credits) 8 MWF
Vocational Education (3 credits) 9 TThS
Tests and Measurements (3 credits) 8 TThS
Child and Adolescent Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS
Child and Adolescent Psychology (1 credits) 10:40-12 S
General Methods in the Secondary School (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 11 MWF
Teaching Conservation of
Natural Resources (3 credits) 11 MWF
Administration and Supervision of
Village and Consolidated Schools (3 credits) 2 MWF
Problem-Project Method (3 credits) 9 MWF
Elementary School Administration(l credits) 4:40-6 F
High School Administration (3 credits) 10 MWF
Supervised Tchg. in Vocational Ag. (3 credits) 1-3 MWF
Supervised Tchg. in English (3 credits) 4 W and To arrange
Supervised Tchg. in,Foreign Lang. (3 credits) 4 W and To arrange
Supervised Tchg. in History (3 credits) 4 W and To arrange
Supervised Tchg. in Science (3 credits) 4 W and To arrange
Supervised Tchg. in Mathematics (3 credits) 4 W and To arrange
Supervised Tchg. in HP1 (3 credits) 4 W and To Arrange
Supervised Tchg. in Business Educ. (3 credits)4 W and To arrange


86 Shorthand


Y-134
Y-134
Y-134
Y-138
Y-150
Y-138
Y-138
Y-138
Y-138
Y-138
Y-138
Y-138


Fulk
Norman
Fulk
Simmons
Garris
Mead
Mead
Mead
Mead
Mead
Mead
Mead


Y-232 Copeland


Y-Shop Bohannon
Y-Shop Bohannon

Y-134 Norman

Y-132 Smith
L-10 Wise
Y-138 Smith
Y-150 Garris
Y-134 Fulk
Y-150 Garris
Y-138 Crago
Y-134 Crago
Y-138 Grago

Y-132 Smith
Y-138 Smith

Y-150 Garris





508
510b
514b
0521b
528
542
566


Democracy and Education
History of Education
Pre-Adolescent Psychology
Bus. Admin. of a School System
Supervision of Instruction
The Curriculum and Educ. Plant
Problems in Agricultural Educ.


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


306 Radio Apparatus
Lecture
Laboratory
312 Alternating Currents
316 A. C. Theory and Application
318 A. C. Circuits
320 A. C. Laboratory
Section 1
Section 2
322 Dynamo Laboratory
Section 1
Section 2
0409 Engineering Practice
414 Dynamo Laboratory
Section 1
Section 2
416 A. 0. Machinery and Design
424 Communications Laboratory
426 High Frequency Circuits
428 Transmission Line Theory
430 Instruments, Meters and Relays
502 Advanced Experimental Elec. Eng.
506 Advanced Course in Communication


(3 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


(1 credit)


(3 credits)
(2 credits)


'9 TTh
1-4 W
9 MWF
10 MWF
10 TThS

1-6 M
1-6 W

1-4 F
3-6 F
10 MWF


1-6 T
1-6 Th
(3 credits) 11 MWF
(1 credit) 1-4 F
(3 credits) 8 TThS
(3 credits) 11 TThS
(3 credits) 10 TThS
Hours and credits To arrange
Eng. (3 credits) 8 TThS


E-202
B-106
E-213
E-209
E-202

B-106
B-106

B-106
B-106
E-202

B-106
B-106
P-2
B-106
E-209
E-209
B-209

E-209


Smith
Smith
Smith
Wilson
Well

Wilson
Wilson

Smith
Smith
W611

Smith
Smith
Wilson
Sashoff
Sashoff, Weil
Sashoff
Wilson, Weil
Staff
Sashoff, Weil


En-El


(3 credits) 10 MWF
(i credits) 10:40-12 S
( credits) 10:40-12 S
(1i credits) 9-10:30 S
(3 credits) 4:30-6 TTh
(3 credits) To arrange
Seminar (3 credits) 10-1 S


Y-132
Y-132
Y-138
Y-132
Y-326
Y-132
Y-150


Smith
Fulk
Crago
Fulk
Mead
Fulk
Garris





Radio Engineering Laboratpry
Elec. Transmission Line Theory
Elec. Engineering Seminar
Meters and Relays


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


To arrange
11 TThS
To arrange
10 TThS


E-209

B-209


Sashoff, Well
Sashoff
Well
Wilson, Weil


ENGLISH (Eh)
Prof. C. A. Robertson, Acting Head (L-213)


0101 Rhetoric and Composition
102 Rhetoric and Composition
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
104 Introduction to Literature
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
202 English Literature to 1800
Section 1
Section 2
204 Exposition
208 English Literature, 1800 to
0211 Types of Modern Literature
Section 1
Section 2
302 Shakespeare and the Drama
304 English Poetry of the 19th
356 Business Writing
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
402 Southern Literature


(3 credits)
(3 credits)



(3 credits)


(3 credits)
11
9
(3 credits) 9
Present (3 credits)
(3 credits)


(3
Century
(3


9
11
credits) 9
(3 credits)
credits)


10
10
2
8
9
(3 credits) 8


8 MWF


MWF
MWF
TThS


10 MWF
11 MWF
9 TThS


MWF
TThS
MWF
10 TThS

MWF
TThS
TThS
10 MWF

MWF
TThS
MWF
MWF
TThS
MWF


L-201

L-212
L-307
P-2

L-210
L-311
L-311

L-210
L-203
L-311
L-311

L-306
L-210
L-212
L-311

L-201
L-212
P-206
P-209
A-104
L-311


Little

Murphree
Murphree
Moore

Caldwell
Skaggs
Farris

Caldwell
Morris
Farris
Conner

Milligan
Moore
Robertson
Farris

Clark
Skaggs
Milligan
Conner
Clark
Farris


El-Eh





The English Novel
Modern Drama
Contemporary Poetry
Anglo-Saxon


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


ENTOMOLOGY (Ey)
Assoc. Prof. J. T. Oreighton, Acting Head (A-305)


302 Economic Entomology (4 credits) 10 TTh
Laboratory A 1-3 TTh
Laboratory B 3-5 WF
304 Advanced Economic Entomology (4 credits) 9 M and 3-5 TTh
312 Entomology Seminar (1 credit) 9 W
406 Insecticides and Fungicides (3 credits) 10 W and 1-5 W or
502 Methods of Research in Entomology (3 credits) 11 MWF
512 Thesis Research (No credit) To arrange

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


A-305
A-305
A-305
A-305
A-305
8-12 S A-305
A-305
A-305


302 Forest Mensuration
304 Forest Protection
402 Wood Technology


credits)
credits)
credits)


9 T and 1-5 F
10 MWF
10 T and 1-5 W


021 Elementary French
22 Elementary French
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4


FRENCH (Fh)
Prof. E. G. Atkin, Head (L-8)

(3 credits) 9 TThS
(3 credits)
8 MWF
8 TThS
10 MWF
11 MWF


L-306 Huston


L-5
L-307
L-307
L-5


Huston
Brunet
Huston
Huston


Eh-Ey-Fy-Fh


10 TThS
10 MWF
11 TThS
10 TThS


L-210
L-212
L-311
L-213


Caldwell
Wallace
Farris
Robertson


Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton


A-206
A-206
A-206


Newins
Newins
Newins





0101 Third Term French
102 Fourth Term French
Section 1
Section 2
108 Scientific French
206 Conversation and Composition
208 Survey of French Literature
304 19th Century French Literature
418 Analysis of Texts
506 The French Novel
508 Special Study in French


(3 credits)
(3 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


10 MWF


L-306 Brunet


9 MWF
10 TThS
10 TThS
9 TThS
9 MWF
10 MWF
10 TThS
To arrange
To arrange


L-203
L-307
L-306
L-5
L-5
L-5
L-5


Brunet
Huston
Brunet
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin, Brunet


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

204 Physiography of North America (4 credits) 10 MWF in S-111; 1-4 F in S-106 Hubbell


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


22 Elementary German.
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
102 Second Year German
Section 1
Section 2
202 Third Year German
326 Scientific German


(3 credits)



(3 credits)


(3 credits)
(3 credits)


GREEK (Gk)
Prof. J. N. Anderson, Head (L-1ll)


22 Beginners Greek and Anabasis

Fh-Gy-Gn-Gk


(3 credits) 10 MWF


MWF
MWF
TThS
MWF


8 MWF
11 MWF
3 MW
10 TThS


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

L-307
L-307
L-302
L-314


Higgins
Higgins
Higgins
Hauptmann

Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


L-1ll


Anderson





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

Theory & Prac. Natural Activities (2 credits) 10-12 TTh
Hist. & Prin. of Physical Educ. (3 credits) 9 MWF
Track (3 credits) 3 MWF
Administration of HP1 (3 credits) 2 MWF
Theory & Prac. Natural Activities (2 credits) 10-12 TTh
Baseball (3 credits) 1 MWF
Prac. Conducting Intramural Program (1 credit)To arrange


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


Europe during the Middle Ages (3
Modern European History (3
Latin-American History to 1850 (3
American History, 1492-1830 (3
Renaissance and Reformation (3
English History, 1688 to Present(3
Seminar (3


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


8 TThS
9 TThS
8 MWF
10 TThS
10 MWF
11 TThS
2-4 M


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


Pruning
Trucking
Plant Materials
Citrus Culture
Advanced Citrus Problems
Seminar
Research
Special Probs. in Refrig.


(3 credits) 11 TTh and 1-3 M
(3 credits) 11 MW and 3-5 W
(3 credits) 2 W and 3-5 MW
(3 credits) 9 MW and 3-5 Th
(3 credits) 9 TTh in A-304; 3-5
(1 credit) 11 F
(3 credits) To arrange
of Fruits (3 credits) To arrange


A-205
A-303
A-205
A-303
M in A-303
A-304


HPl-Hy-He


214
216
304
312
314
344
0353


102
202
204
302
308
312
510


Y-Gym
Y-138
BB Ct
Y-138
Y-Gym
BB Ct
Y-151


Salt
Salt
Stanley
Salt
Salt
Clemons
Salt


Payne
Leake
Glunt
Leake
Leake
Payne
Leake


P-112
P-112
P-112
P-112
P-112
P-112
P-112


204
206
304
0305
0401
504
508
510


Floyd
Abbott
Floyd
Abbott
Abbott
Floyd
Abbott
Camp





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


206 Principles of Journalism
302 Advanced News Writing
310 Newspaper Editing
Section 1
Section 2
314 Magazine Article Writing
318 Newspaper Management
408 Advanced Public Opinion
412 Contemporary Journalistic


credits)
credits)
credits)


8
10
(3 credits) 8
(3 credits) 11
(3 credits) 10
Thought (3 credits) 9


9 MWF
11 TThS


TThS
MWF
MWF
MWF
TThS
TThS


P-201 Emig
P-201 Leatherwood


P-201
P-201
P-201
P-201
P-201
P-201


Leatherwood
Emig
Leatherwood
Leatherwood
Emig
Emig


LATIN (Ln)
Prof. J. N. Anderson, Head (L-1ll)


22 Beginners Latin
102 Livy


(3 credits)
(3 credits)


12-12:30 MTWThFS
10 TThS


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


Equity
Contracts
Marriage and Divorce
Common Law Pleading
Property
Evidence
Agency
Private Corporations
Legal Ethics and Bibliography
Property
Insurance


credits)
credits)
credit)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


MTWThF
MWF
F
TThS
TTh
MTWF
T, 10 Th
MTThF
Th, 10-12 S
MWF
TTh


Jm-Ln-Law


L-210
L-lll


302
304
306
308
312
402
0403
406
408
410
416


Little
Anderson


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


Trusler
TeSelle
Cockrell
Crandall
Day
Cockrell
Cockrell
Slagle
Day
Crandall
TeSelle





418
502
506
508
0515
516
520
522
524
602


Taxation
Damages
Negotiable Instruments
Conflict of Laws
Mortgages
practice Court
Creditors' Rights
Admiralty
Corporation Finance
Legal Research


083 Solid Geometry
0101 College Algebra
102 Analytic Geometry
Section 1
Section 2
0105 Basic Mathematics
106 Basic Mathematics
.Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
108 Business Mathematics
Section 1
Section 2
0251 Differential Calculi
252 Integral Calculus
0253 Differential Calculi
254 Integral Calculus
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


(3 credits) 11 MWF
(2 credits) 10 TF
(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)


credits)
credits)
credits)


10
10
(4 hrs. A week)
Section 1 (4 hrs. a week)
10
11
11
1
(3 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


4 MWF
9 MWF


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


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


P-2 Davis
P-102 Quade


MWF
TThS
1 MWThF
10 MWThF
MWThF
MWFS
MTThS
MWThF

MWF
MWF
TThS
TThS
MTWThF

MTWThF
MTWThF
TWThF in P-206,


P-208
P-208
P-102
P-11
B-208
P-4
L-212
P-11

P-2
P-2
P-208
P-102
P-2

P-11
P-I
11 S in


Quade
Mclnnis
Mclnnis
Pirenian
Davis
Mclnnis
Quade
Germond

Pirenian
Davis
Quade
Simpson
Kusner

Dostal
Phipps
P-102 Kokomoor


Lw-Ms





320
402
0421
512
526
560


202 Foundry
Section 1 (ChE)
Section 2 (ME)
Section 3 (ME)
204 Metal Working
Section 1
Section 2
304 Patternmaking


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

(1 credit)
1-4 W
1-4 Th
11 W, 1-3 M
(1 credit)


(2 credits)


T, 2-4 F
T, 9-11 F
T, 1-4 W


E-211,Shop
E-209,Shop
Shop

B-210,Shop
B-210,Shop
E-202,Shop


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


202 Mechanism
208 Kinematics
302 Machine Elements
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
310 Thermodynamics
Section 1
Section 2
316 Applied Mechanics
Section 1 (EE, IE)
Section 2 (CE, ChE)


credits)
credits)
credits)


(3 credits)


(5 credits)


11 MWF
9 Th, 9-12 S
1 T
2-5 T
1-4 M

10 MWF
11 MWF

9 MWFS, 3-5 TI
10 MWFS, 3-5 F


E-202
E-211,E-300
E-211
E-300
E-300


Fineren
Fineren
Fineren
Fineren,Green
Fineren


E-213 Eshleman
E-213 Ebaugh

E-211, E-103 Yeaton,Green
E-211, E-105 Yeaton,
Eshleman


Ms-Mc-M1


Theory of Equations (3 credits) 10 TThS
Solid Analytic Geometry (3 credits) 11 TThS
Higher Math. for Engineers & Physicists (3 credits) 9 TThS
Higher Algebra (3 credits) 2 MWF
Econometrics (3 credits) 3 MWF
Functions of Real Variables (3 credits) 10 MWF


P-206
P-206
P-11
P-102
P-11
P-6


Kokomoor
Pirenian
Dostal
Simpson
Germond
Phipps


Janes
Janes
Janes

Strong
Strong
Strong





Section 3 (ME, IE)

Section 4 (CE, ChE)
320 Metallography

410 Human Engineering


Mechanical Design
Mechanical Laboratory
Mechanical Laboratory
Refrigeration and Air Co
Power Engineering
Aeronautics
Aerodynamics
Advanced Mechanical Desi
Mechanical Research


11 MWFS, 1-3 Th E-211,E-103 Yeaton,
Eshleman
(Laboratory only) 1-3 F E-103 Green
(2 credits) 11 TTh; 1-3 M or T,
or 3-5 Th E-102 Eshleman
(2 credits) 11 TTh E-211 Van Leer or
Yeaton
(3 credits) 1 Th, 2-5 Th, 1-4 F E-213,E-212 Fineren
(2 credits) 1-5 W E-213, E-103 Ebaugh, Thompson
(2 credits) 1-5 M E-213, E-103 Thompson, Green
nditioning (3 credits)9 MWF E-209 Ebaugh
(3.credits) 8 MWF E-202 Janes
(2 credits) 10 TTh B-210 Thompson
(3 credits) 9 TThS E-213 Thompson
gn (3 credits) To arrange Van Leer or Ebaugh
(3 credits) To arrange Ebaugh or Yeaton


MILITARY SCIENCE (My)
Col. G. M. Allen, Inf., (DOL), In Charge of Department

Infantry courses 102, 202, 302, 402 drill 3-5 T.
Artillery courses 104, 204, 304, 404 must 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, 1-3 W; H, 3-5 W;
I and K, 1-3 Th; L and M, 3-5 Th. Parade, all batteries, 4-5 T.


102 Freshman Infantry
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
104 Freshman Artillery
Section 1


(4 hours a week)
8 T'
9 Tr
10 T'
8 W1
9 W1
10 W]
(4 hours a week)
9 M


Ml-My


412
418
420
422
424
428
430
502
504


Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks


L-201


Muller
Muller
Muller
Muller
Muller
Muller

Williams





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 Sophomore Infantry
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
204 Sophomore Artillery
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
302 Junior Infantry
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
304 Junior Artillery
Section 1
Section 2


(2 credits)






(2 credits)







(2 credits)



(2 credits)


P-2
L-203
P-I
L-212
L-314
B-203
E-211
B-203
E-211
E-213
B-203
L-10
L-314


Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks
Barracks

Law-301
Law-301
P-102
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301
Law-301

Law-302
Law-302
Law-302


8 MW
9 MW


Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer
Williams
Quekemeyer

Davis
Davis
Davis
Davis
Davis
Davis

Dodd
Dodd
Dodd
Dodd
Dodd
Dodd
Dodd
Dodd

Adams
Adams
Adams


Law-302 Bennett
Law-302 Bennett





Section 3
Section 4
402 Senior Infantry
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
404 Senior Artillery
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


(2 credits)



(2 credits)


10 MW
9 TTh

9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF

9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF


Law-301 Bennett
Law-302 Bennett


Aud.
Aud.
B-208

S-101
C-110
B-209


Lange
Lange
Lange

Connor
Connor
Connor


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


102a Orchestra
102b Sight Singing
Band Practice


(1 credit)
(1 credit)


7 p.m. Tbk
5 MF
5 MW and 4 T


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

The number of hours listed for each course represents the nominal
number of working hours a week required of the average student.


11 A Fundamentals of Pictorial Art
Conference
Criticism available
21 A Pictorial Composition
Criticism available
21 B Pictorial Composition
Criticism available
22 A Commercial Design
Criticism available
22 B Commercial Design

My-Msc-Pg


(9* or 18 hrs.) 1 M and To arrange P-109
1 M


(9 hours)

(15 hours)

(9 hours)

(9 hours)


1-4 MWF
4 MW and To arrange
4 MW P-300
4 MWF and To arrange
4 MWF P-300
4 MW and To arrange
4 MW P-300
4 WF and To arrange


Doolittle
Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle


Aud.
Aud.
Aud.


Brown
DeBruyn
Brown





Criticism available
31 A Freehand Drawing
Criticism available
31 B Freehand Drawing
Criticism available
32 A Freehand Drawing
Criticism available
32 B Freehand Drawing
Criticism available
41 A History of Painting
Conference
Project Laboratory
51 A Oil Painting
Criticism available
51 B Oil Painting
Criticism available
52 A Oil Painting
Criticism available
52 B Water Color
Criticism available
61 A Thesis
Criticism available
442 Thesis
Criticism available
--- Project Laboratory (Book Room)


(18 hours)

(12 hours)

(15 hours)

(12 hours)

(6 hours)


(15 hours)

(15 hours)

(15 hours)

(9 hours)

(48 hours)

(6 hours)

(44 hours)


Consultation on books and research
available in the Book Room


4 WF P-300
9-12 MTWThFS P-109
9-12 MWF
9-12 MTWF P-109
9-12 MWF
9-12 MTWThF P-109
9-12 MWF
9-12 MTWF P-109
9-12 MWF
8 MTWThFS P-300, 306
8 MW P-300
8 TThFS P-306
1-4 MTWThF P-209
1-4 MWF
1-4 MTWThF P-209
1-4 MWF
1-4 MTWThF P-209
1-4 MWF
1-4 MWF P-302
1-4 MWF
To arrange P-109, 209
To arrange
2-4 MWF P-209
2-4 MWF
8-12 MTWThFS and
1-5 MTWThF P-306
(9-12 T and 8-12 Th
(1-5 T and 8-12 WF
(1-5 Th
(8-12 MS, 8 T and 1-5 MWF


, For students who plan to complete the work in 2 years, 9 hours a week; for students who
plan to complete the work in 1 year, 18 hours a week.


Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle
Staff

Doolittle

Doolittle

Doolittle

Stageberg

Doolittle

Doolittle


June
Stageberg
Doolittle
McVoy





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


222 Practical Pharmacognosy
242 Drug Plant Histology
342 Microscopy


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


10-12 TThS
1-3 TTh
11 F, 8-10 TTh


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


362 Pharmacological Standardization
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
452 Principles of Biologicals
456 New Remedies
512 Advanced Pharmacology


(4 credits)


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


11 MW
1-5 M
1-5 Th
9 MWF
8 WF and 1-5 Th
11 TTh


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


Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Christensen
Foote
Christensen


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


Galenical Pharmacy
Organic and Analytical Pharmacy
Prescriptions and Dispensing
Commercial Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Arithmetic
Advanced Drug Analysis
Selected Topics in Pharmacy


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


11 MWF in C-110; 1-5 M in C-306
9 MWF in C-110; 1-4 TW in C-306
11 T in C-216; 1-5 M in C-306
9 TThS in C-110; 10 M in C-216
10 WF C-216
10 T in C-216; 1-4 TW in C-306
10 TTh C-110


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


202 Introduction to Philosophy


(3 credits) 10 MWF


P-209 Enwall


Pgy-Ply-Phy-Ppy


C-316
C-316
C-316


Ireland
Ireland
Ireland


Husa
Foote
Husa
Husa
Husa
Foote
Husa





302 Philosophy of Religion
304 History of Philosophy
402 Advanced Logic Seminar
408 Philosophic Conceptions of the
Great English Poets
504 Advanced History of Philosophy


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

(3 credits)
(3 credits)


P-209
P-209
P-209


11 MWF
11 TThS
4-6 M

4-6 T
11 TThS


Enwall
Enwall
Enwall


P-209 Enwall
P-209 Enwall


102 Physical Education
Lecture
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5


PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PI)
Prof. L. G. Haskell, Head (Gym)

(3 hours a week)
Laboratory
M Section A 1-3 M
T Section B 1-3 W
T Section C 3-5 W
T Section D 1-3 Th
W Section E 3-5 Th


Lecture sections have no particular relation to laboratory sections as to distribu-
tion of students.


PHYSICS (Ps)
Prof. R. C. Williamson, Head (B-202)


102 Elementary Physics (3 credits)

104 Laboratory for Physics 102 (2 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
206 Mechanics, heat, sound, electricity, light
Demonstration (all sections)
Section 1
Section 2


8 MWF in B-209; 11 T in B-203 Knowles,
Williamson


1-4 M
1-4 M
(3 credits)
11 Th
10 MWF
10 MWF


B-306 Knowles
B-305 Cochran


B-203
B-205
B-210


Perry, Swanson
Perry
Swanson


Ppy-Pl-Ps





Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
208 Laboratory for Physics 206
Problems (all sections)
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
0211 Mechanics, heat, sound, ele
212 Mechanics, heat, sound, ele
Demonstration (all secti
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
0213 Laboratory for Physics 0211
214 Laboratory for Physics 212
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
292 Meteorology
304 Experimental Physics
0309 Light


312
322
406
506
518


Electricity and Magnettism
Advanced General Physics
Theoretical Mechanics
Adv. Theoretical Mechanics
Modern Physics


(2 credits)


ctricity,
ctricity,
ons)


(2 c0


11 MWF
11 MWF
11 TThS


8 S
2-5 M
1-4 T
2-5 W
2-5 Th
1-4 F
2-5 M
1-4 F
1-4 T
2-5 W
2-5 Th
light (3 credits)
light (3 credits)
11 T
8 MWF
9 MWF
11 MWF
credits) To arrange


(2 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)

credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


9 MWF


1-4 T
1-4 Th
2-5 Th
To arrange
To arrange
8 TTh in B-205;

9 TTh in B-205; 2-!
To arrange
11 TThS
11 TThS
9 MWF


B-205
B-210
B-205


B-203, S-101
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306
B-306
E-202

B-203
B-205
B-205
E-209


B-306
B-306
B-306
B-304


2-5

5 W


Perry
Swanson
Perry

Perry,Swanson
Swanson
Perry
Cochran
Wallace
Cochran
Furman
Furman
Wallace
Perry
Byers
Perry

Williamson
Bless
Knowles
Williamson


Ragan
Meares
Furman
Perry
Staff


T in B-304
Williamson,Swanson
in B-303 Knowles
Swanson
B-210 Bless
B-210 Bless
B-307 Williamson





528 Colloquium
552 Thesis


(0 credit)
(No credit)


4 alternate Fridays B-203
To arrange


Williamson
Staff


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


0101 American Government and Politics (3 credits)
Section 1 11
Section 2 9
102 American Government and Politics (3 credits)
Section 1 11
Section 2 11
Section 3 1
Section 4 11
202 Principles of Political Science (3 credits) 9
204 State and Municipal Administration (3 credits)8
304 International Law (3 credits) 1
310 International Relations (3 credits) 11


MWF
MWF


MWF
TThS
MWF
MWF
MWF
MWF -
TTh, 2 Th
MWF


P-11 Green
P-112 Payne


P-112
P-2
P-112
P-208
P-1
P-10
P-1
P-206


Leake
Green
Payne
Payne
Dauer
Green
Dauer
Dauer


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


Farm Poultry
Commercial Poultry
Poultry Nutrition
Poultry Management
Poultry Research and Seminar
Poultry Breeding


credits) 9 MW in A-103A; 1-3
credits)10 TTh in A-205; 1-3 W
credits) 9 TTh and 1-3 Th
credits) 10 MW and 1-3 T
credit) 4 M
credits) 8 WF


F in A-205 Anderson
in A-303 Anderson
A-205 Anderson
A-206A Mehrhof
A-304 Mehrhof
A-103A Anderson


0201 General Psychology
Section 1


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

(3 credits)
9 MWF


Ps -Pcl-Py-Psy


P-10


McQuitty





Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
304 Experimental Psychology (3 credits)
310 Abnormal Psychology (3 credits)
314 History and Systems of Psychology (3 credit'
408 Comparative Psychology (3 credits)
424 Sensation (3 credits)
502 Experimental Psychology (3 credits)
506 Psycho-Physical Theory in the
Construction of Tests (3 credits)
510 Readings in Abnormal Psychology (3 credits)
514 Readings in History and Systems
of Psychology (3 credits)


ts


10 MWF
9 TThS
10 TThS
1-3 MW
11 MWF
) To arrange
9 TThS
To arrange
To arrange

To arrange
To arrange


To arrange


P-10
P-205
P-205
P-114
P-10
P-114
P-114
P-114
P-114


Williams
McQuitty
Williams
Williams
Hinckley
Williams
Williams
Hinckley
Hinckley


P-114 Hinckley
P-114 Hinckley

P-114 Williams


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


Introduction to Sociology (3
Cultural Development of the U.S.(3
Crime and Treatment (3
Principles of Sociology (3
Marriage and the Family (2
Crime and Treatment (3
Seminar in Current Social Trends(3


credits) 10 MWF
credits) 9 MWF
credits) 9 TThS
credits) To arrange
credits)4-6 TTh (7 weeks)
credits) 9 TThS
credits) 3-5:30 S


P-4 Weld
P-4 Weld
P-4 Bristol
Weld
P-4 Groves, Bristol
P-4 Bristol
P-4 Groves, Bristol


22 Elementary Spanish
Section 1
Section 2
0101 Second Year Spanish


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

(3 credits)
11 TThS
11 MWF
(3 credits) 9 MWF


Psy-Sy-Sh


112
304
324
0441
444
524
572


L-306
L-306
L-307


Hathaway
Hathaway
Hathaway





102 Second Year Spanish (3 credits)
Section 1 11 TThS
Section 2 8 TThS
Section 3 8 MWF
202 Advanced Syntax and Reading (3 credits) 9 TThS
304 Survey of Spanish Literature (3 credits) 9 MWF
314 Advanced Composition and Conversation (3 credits) 2 MWF
324 Commercial Spanish (3 credits) 2 MWF
406 Contemporary Spanish Literature (3 credits) 8 TThS


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


0201 Public Speaking
Section 1
Section 2
202 Persuasive Speaking
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
212 Court Room Speaking
304 Argumentation and Debating
308 Interpretation of Literature
0357 Business Speaking
404 Dramatic Production
406 Famous British Speakers


(3 credits)


(3 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)
credits)


8 MWF
9 MWF

9 MWF
9 MWF
10 MWF
2 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF
1 Th and 2 TTh
11 MWF
To arrange


P-205 Hale
P-208 Hale


P-205
P-209
P-205
P-205
P-206
P-205
P-205
P-205


Constans
Hopkins
Constans
Constans
Hopkins
Hale
Constans
Hale
Hopkins


306 Animal Physiology
402 Poultry Diseases

Sh-Sch-Vy


VETERINARY SCIENCE (Vy)
Prof. A. L. Shealy, Head (A-102)
(4 credits) 9 MW in A-206; 1-3 W in A-103
(2 credits) 11 MW A-206A


L-307
L-306
L-306
L-307
L-204
L-311
L-314
L-314


Higgins
DeGaetani
Hathaway
Hathaway
DeGaetani
DeGaetani
Higgins
Hauptmann


Sanders
Emmel




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