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The University Record
of the

University of Florida


Schedule of Courses
1936-37


Vol. XXXI, Series I, No. 8


August 1, 1936


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
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 Agri-
cultural Building; Aud Auditorium; B Bentnn Hall; Bu Buckman Hall;
C Chemistry Building; E Engineering 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.

Room assignments and instructors for the second term are not listed.





OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR






GENERAL COLLEGE SCHEDULE


C-1 Man and the Social World

Lecture


SOCIAL SCIENCES

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

Recitation


C-1D Economic Foundations of Modern Life
(See Business Administration)

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

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

C-10 Occupations and Vocations
(To arrange during second semester)

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

C-1J 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 labora-
tory demonstration section in addition to the 7 p.m. Th. hour.

211 8 MWF B-205 Atwood
212 8 MWF E-202 Otte
213 8 MWF E-211 Williamson
214 8 MWF E-213 Gautier
215 8 MWF L-210 Johnson
216 9 MWF S-206 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


385


11 9 M W. Union 111 1 T Th Green P-I
Atwood, Carleton, Eldridge 112 10 T Th Atwood P-I
113 11 T Th Atwood P-11
114 11 T Th Price L-204
115 2 T Th Eldridge Bu-201
116 2 T Th Price L-204
117 1 T Th Carleton P-4

12 9 T Th Union 121 10 W F DiettrAW* C-110
Atwood, Carleton, Eldridge 122 8 W F CarletoA Bu-301
193 10 W F Green P-206
124 11 W F Diettrich C-110
125 1 W F Green P-102
126 2 W F Eldridge Bu-201
127 2 W F Carleton P-10

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

14 10 T Th Union 141 1 W F Hamilton H-215
Dauer, Euteler, Matherly 142 2 W F Hamilton H-215
143 9 W F Chace Bu-201
144 11 W F Chace A-205
145 1 W F Dauer P-112
146 2 W F Dauer P-112
147 1 W F Beaty L-5






PHYSICAL SCIENCES Continued

221 11 MWF A-206A Black
222 11 MWF L-314 Dostal
223 11 MWF E-213 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
228 8 TThS L-212 ---
229 8 TThS S-206 Gautier
230 10 TThS E-213 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-210 Diettrich
236 11 TThS L-212 Gautier

Laboratory Demonstration: All sections 7 P.M. Th. and

21 2 W B-203 Gautier and Staff
22 3 W B-203 Gautier and Staff
23 2 Th B-203 Gautier and Staff
24 3 Th B-203 Gautier and Staff
25 2 F B-203 Gautier and Staff

C-2D Basic Mathematics
(See Mathematics)

C-2E Descriptive Astronomy 11 TThS and P-2
(Offered only during first semester) To arrange

C-4B General Mathematics
(See Mathematics)


LANGUAGES


C-3 Reading, Speaking and Writing


Lecture

31 8 M A-106 Staff


32 10 M A-106 Staff


33 11 M A-106 Staff


34 9 W A-106 Staff


35 11 W A-106 Staff


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

Discussion

311 8 W F L-20. Moore
312 8 W F L-10 DeGaetani
313 8 W F L-204 Spivey
314 1 W F L-201 Huston
315 1 W F L-203 Skaggs
316 1 W F L-204 Conner

321 9 W F B-209 Morris
322 9 W F L-203 Wise
323 9 W F A-206A Little, W.A.
324 10 W F A-303 Leatherwood
325 10 W F Bu-204 Murphree
326 11 W F A-303 Moore

331 10 W F L-201 Wise
332 11 W F L-5 Price
333 1 W F L-210 Hopkins
334 1 T Th L-5 Price
335 1 T Th L-201 Murphree
336 1 T Th L-203 Spivey
341 8 Th S L-210 Lyons
342 8 Th S L-203 Milligan
343 8 Th S L-10 Clark
344 9 Th S L-306 Little, W.A.
345 9 Th S A-205 DeGaetani
346 10 Th S L-311 Price

351 9 Th S L-210 Caldwell
352 10 Th S L-212 Robertson
353 10 Th S L-314 Morris
354 11 Th S L-5 Clark
355 11 Th S L-201 Hale
356 11 Th S L-203 Constans


386


Kusner






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

I 8-10 M Clark, Murphree XI 8-10 Th Conner, Spivey
II 10-12 M Huston, Wise XII 10-12 Th Little, Skaggs
III 1-3 M Clark, Little XIII 1-3 Th Conner, DeGaetani
IV 3-5 M Morris, Spivey XIV 3-5 Th Little, Morris
V 8-10 T Hale, Moore XV 8-10 F Clark, Murphree
VI 10-12 T Huston, Murphree XVI 10-12 F Conner, Spivey
VII 1-3 T Caldwell, Milligan XVII 1-3 F Leatherwood, Morris
VIII 8-10 W Price, Skaggs XVIII 3-5 F Milligan, Skaggs
IX 10-12 W Clark, Huston XIX 8-10 S Conner, Spivey
X 1-3 W Morris, Price XX 10-12 S Hopkins, Murphree

C-3D Effective Writing
(See English)

C-3E Reading for Leisure
(See English)

C-3F Reading of French
(See French)

C-3G Reading of German
(See German)

C-3H Effective Speaking
(See Speech)

C-3S Reading of Spanish
(See Spanish)


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

4A1 9 MTThF A-106 W. H. Wilson
4A2 10 TWThP A-106 E. D. Hinckley
4A3 11 TWThF S-206 W. W. Little

C-4B General Mathematics
(See Mathematics)

THE HUMANITIES


C-5 The Humanities (Prof. J. D. Glunt, Chairman, P-209)

Explanation of Schedule for C-5

The schedule for the Humanities is given in two forms. The first form is a
composite schedule,from which the student must choose one lecture section.
(either 51 or 52) and one recitation section. Having determined the number of
the lecture section and the number of the recitation section, the student will
turn to the second form. He will fill in the room number for each hour from the
second form. Notice that the second form gives information as to whether the
class meets in even or odd weeks, and information as to the field to be studied
each day, either in lecture or in recitation. The schedule to be complete must
include one lecture every two weeks for Art; one lecture and one recitation
every two weeks for History; one lecture and one recitation every two weeks for
Literature; one lecture every two weeks for Music; and one lecture and one re-
citation every two weeks for Philosophy. This should account for eight meetings
every two weeks.

Odd Weeks Even Weeks
M T W ThF S M T W ThF S

Sept. 21 22 23 24 25 26 Sept.-Oct. 28 29 30 1 2 3
Oct. 5 6 7 8 9 10 Oct. 12 13 14 15 16 17
Oct. 19 20 21 22 23 24 Oct. 26 27 28 29 30 31
Nov. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Nov. 9 10 11 12 13 14
Nov. 16 17 18 19 20 21 Nov. 23 24 25 -- -- --
Nov.-Dec.- 30 1 2 3 4 5 Dec. 7 8 9 10 11 12
Dec. 14 15 16 17 18 19 Jan. 4 5 6 7 8 9
Jan. 11 12 13 14 15 16 Jan. 18 19 20 21 22 23
Jan. 25 26 27 28 29 30 Second Term dates will be sup-
plied in next edition of sched-
ule.





FORM I

From this form the student is to choose one lecture section (either 51
or 52) and one recitation (sections numbered with three or four digits).
Recitations numbered 510-519 must be scheduled with lectures numbered 51 and
those numbered 520 to 5200 must be scheduled with the lectures numbered 52.

Lecture Recitation

51 10 MWF Auditorium 510 1 MTF
511 8 TWTh
512 8 TThB
513 9 TWF
514 9 WTh
515 10 TThS
516 11 TThF
517 11 TW
518 11 hTTh
519 1 WTTh

52 10 TTh & 1 W 520 2 WThP
Auditorium 521 2 MTTh
522 2 TWTh
523 3 MWF
524 10 WFS
525 2 NWTh
526 2 MTTh
527 2 MWTh
528 1 WThF
529 1 MTF
5200 1 MThF

FORM II

From this form the student will determine whether the days assigned in
form I meet in even or odd weeks, and will determine also the room in which
the class meets. Wherever the number of the section chosen from Form I
appears, obtain the other necessary information.

FIELD OF STUDY Odd Weeks Even Weeks

ART
Lecture 51 10 W Auditorium Staff
52 10 Th Auditorium Staff

HISTORY
Lecture 51 . . . . . . 10 W Auditorium Staff
52 . . . . . . 10 Th Auditorium Staff

Recitation 510 . . . . . . 1 P L-212 Carleton
511 . . . . . . 8 Th L-5 Carleton
512 . . . . . . 8 S L-5 Carleton
513 . . . . . . 9 F L-10 Carleton
514 . . . . . . 9 S P-102 Glunt
515 . . . . . . 10 8 P-209 Glunt
516 ........... 11 F P-2 Glunt
517 . . .......... 11W P-l Olunt
518 11 M L-5 Carleton
519 ............ 1 Th P-209 Glunt

520 . . . . . . 2 F P-209 Glunt
521 2 M L-5 Carleton
522 2 T L-5 Carleton
523 . . . . . . 3 F P-209 Carleton
524 ........... 10 PF P-2 Glunt
525 . . . . . . 2 Th P-208 Carleton
526 . . . . . . 2 T L-5 Carleton
527 . . . . . . 2 Th P-112 Glunt
528 ............ 1 W P-208 Glunt
529 . . . . . . . 1 P-208 Carleton
5800 . . . ..... 1 P P-10 Olunt

LITERATURE
Lecture 51 10 N Aud. Staff
82 10 T Aud. Staff

Recitation 510 1 T L-212 Moore
511 8 T L-203 Milligan
512 8 Th L-5 Caldwell






FIELD OF STUDY

LITERATURE (cont.)
Recitation 513
514
515
516
517
518
519

520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
5200

MUSIC
Lecture 51
52

PHILOSOPHY
Lecture 51


Even Weeks


9 W
9 Th
10 T
11 T
11 T
11 Th
1 M

2 Th
2 T
2 W
3 M
10 W
2 W
2 Th
2 M
1 P
1 T
1 Th


P-205
P-206
L-203
L-203
L-201
L-10
L-212

L-212
L-212
L-210
L-210
L-10
L-212
L-210
L-210
L-212
L-210
L-212


Milligan
Milligan
Robertson
Robertson
Caldwell
Robertson
Caldwell

Robertson
Robertson
Caldwell
Conner
Moore
Moore
Caldwell
Conner
Robertson
Conner
Caldwell


10 F Aud. Staff
1 W Aud. Staff


Recitation 510 . . . . . . .
511 . . . . . . .
512 . . . . . . .
513 . . . . . .
514 . . . . . . .
515 . . . . . . .
516 . . . . . .
517 . . . . . . .
518 . . . . . .
519 . . . . . .

520 . . . . . . .
521 . . . . . .
522 . . . . . . .
523 . . . . . .
524 . . . . . .
525 . . . . . .
526 . . . . . .
527 . . . . . .
528 . . . . . . .
529 . . . . . . ..
5200 . . . . . .

C-SD Foundations for Biblical Study
(See Bible)

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES


C-6 Man and the Biological World

Lecture

61 8 MWF 8-101 Rogers


(Prof. J.S. Rogers, Chairman, S-110)

Recitation


S-111
C-212
A-205
P-4
P-2
P-Dos


Rogers
Wallece
Laeasle
Laessle


62 8 MNW 8-206 Hubbell 621 8 Th S-111 Hubbell
622 8 Th C-212 Wallace
623 8 Th P-1 Carr
624 9 Th P-2 Carr
625 8 Th P-11
626 9 Th P-4


11 Th
9 Th
8 Th


S-12 Byers
C-112 Wallace
A-205 Laessle


10 M Aud.
10 T Aud.


I M
8 W
8 T
9 T
9 W
10 Th
11 Th
ii M
11 T
1 T

2 W
2 Th
2 Th
3 W
10 S
2 M
2 M
2 W
1 Th
1 F
1 M


L-212
S-111
L-5
L-10
P-205
P-209
L-10
L-5
L-5
r go9

P-209
P-209
L-5
P-209
P-208
P-209
L-5
L-203
P-208
P-208
P-10


Staff
Staff

Milligan
Milligan
Milligan
Milligan
Enwall
Enwall
Milligan
Milligan
Milligan
Enwall

Enwall
Enwall
Milligan
Enwall
Enwall
Enwall
Milligan
Milligan
Milligan
Milligan
Enwall


63 10 MWF S-101 Byers


Odd Weeks






BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Continued


64 8 TThS S-101


C-6D Animal Science
Lecture: 9 TThF A-104

Recitation:
1-3 W A-104

C-6E Plant Science
Lecture: 11 MWF A-104

Recitation:
1-3 F A-104

C-6P Personal Health Problems
6 F 1 8 1W Y-150
6 F 11 IWF Y-134


Semester
let 2nd
201-
-30S
303-


-408
409-
-410
-412
501- -502


654 9 Th A-304 Laesale
635 8 Th P-10
656 8 Th P-102

Senn 641 8 M 8-111 Senn
642 9 T C-112 Wallace
643 8 M A-206A Carr
644 9 T Bu-101 Carr
645 8 W A-304
646 9 T L-210

(Prof. A. L. Shealy,Lecture Section Chairman, A-102)
Staff (Special Lecturers: 0. W. Anderson,
R. B. Becker, M. W. Emeal, W. G. Kirk,
N. R. Mehrhof, H. S. Newins, J. W. Reitz,
Staff Frazier Rogers.)

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

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


UPPER DIVISION SCHEDULE

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


Agricultural Economics (3 credits) 8 MWP B-215 Reitz
Agricultural Resources (3 credits) BMW and &6 F To arrange
Farm Records (3 credits) 9W and 3-5lh H-215 Reitz
Farm Finance and Appraisal (2 credits) 9 W To arrange
Farm Management (3 credits) 11TTh and l-F To arrange
Marketing (3 credits) 8TTh and 3-5W To arrange
Rural Law (2 credits) 11 TTh H-215 Hamilton
Advanced Farm Management (3 credits) 11WF and 3-5F B-215 Reitz
Agricultural Prices (3 credits) 10 TThS H-215 Hamilton
Marketing Fruits and Vegetables(3 credits) 11 MWF To arrange
Cooperative Marketing (3 credits) 10 MWF H-215 Hamilton
Agricultural Statistics (3 credits) 10MW and 1-3T To arrange
Land Economics (3 credits) lOTTh andl-3M To arrange
Agricultural Economics Seminar (2-2 credits)3-5 M H-215 Noble


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

301- Drainage and Irrigation (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TTh A-206A Rogers
Section 2 10 TTh A-206A Rogers
Laboratory A 1-3 W A-206A Rogers
Laboratory B 3-5 M A-206A Rogers
-302 Farm Motors (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TTh To arrange
Section 2 11 TTh To arrange
Laboratory A 1-3 F To arrange
Laboratory B 3-5 M To arrange
303- Farm Shop (3 credits) 8 WF A-206A Rogers
Laboratory A 1-3 M A-206A Rogers
Laboratory B 3-5 F A-206A Rogers
-306 Farm Machinery (3 credits) 8 NW, and
1-3 W or Th To arrange
401- Farm Buildings (2 credits) 9 M and 55 W A-206A Rogers
-402 Farm Concrete (2 credits) 9 M, and 3-5P
or 1-3 M To arrange
403- -404 Agricultural Engineering Inves-
tigations (2-2 credits) To arrange A-105 Rogers
601- -502 Agricultural Engineering
Seminar (2-2 credits) To arrange A-105 Rogers


As-Ag






Seme
1st

301-

303-



305-



309-
311-

405-

501-


505-

511-


ster AGRONOMY (Ay)
2nd Prof. O.C. Bryan, Head (A-104A)

Soils (3 credits) 10 MWF A-205 Bryan
-302 Fertilizers (2 credits) 10 MW To arrange
Soils Laboratory (2 credits)
Laboratory A 1-3 WF A-203 (Bryan and
Laboratory B 3-5 WF A-203 (Gillies
-304 Forage and Cover Crops (3 Credits) 10 TTh and
1-3 F To arrange
Crop Judging (2 credits) 1-3 M A-304 Senn
-306 Fertilizer Laboratory (2 credits) 1-3 WF To arrange
-308 Forest Soils (3 credits) 9 MW and
1-3 M or F To arrange
Principles of Genetics (3 credits) 10 MWF A-304 Senn
Laboratory Problems in Genetics (1 or 2 credits) To arrange A-304 Senn
-402 Plant Breeding (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
Soil Management (2 credits) 9 MW A-205 Bryan
-500 Advanced Plant Genetics (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
-502 Seminar (1-1 credits) 4 M A-206 Bryan, Senn
-504 Soil Development and Classi- (3 credits) 11 MW and
fiction 1-3 F To arrange
-506 Special Problems in Soils
and Crops Credits and Hours To arrange Bryan and Senn
Soil Analysis (3 credits) 11 T and
1-5 T A-204 Bryan
514- Advanced Soils (3 credits) 11 TTh and
1-4 T To arrange


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

Fundamentals in Animal Industry (2 credits) 8 TTh A-104 Willoughby
Elementary Nutrition (4 credits) 10 MWF in A-103 and
1-4 Th in A-205 Becker
-312 Feeds and Feeding (3 credits) 11 MWF To arrange
-314 Livestock Judging (3 credits) 11 T and 1-3 TTh To arrange
Beef Production (2 credits) 8 MW A-104 Willoughby
-412 Animal Breeding (2 credits) 8 TTh To arrange
Swine Production (2 credits) 11 MW A-103 Shealy
-414 Horse and Sheep Production (2 credits) 10 MW To arrange
Meat Products (2 credits) 1-3 MTh A-104 Kirk
-416 World Meats (2 credits) 10 TTh To arrange
Breed History (2 credits) 11 TTh A-104 Willoughby
-418 Breed History (2 credits) 11 TTh To arrange
-420 Market Classes and Grades of
Livestock (2 Credits) 9 M and 1-3M To arrange
-422 Seminar (1 credit) 4 M To arrange
.-502 Animal Production (3-3 credits) To arrange Willoughby
0 -504 Animal Nutrition (3-3 credits) To arrange Becker
-506 Live Stock Records (2-2 credits) To arrange Willoughby
-508 Methods in Animal Research (2 credits) To arrange
-510 Problems in Dairy Production Becker and
and Animal Nutrition (2 to 5 credits) 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.

I Fundamentals of Architecture *18 hrs. 2 M and to arrange P-301 Weaver,
Criticism available 1-4 daily Arnett
k Architectural Design** 15 hrs. 1-5 MWF and to arr. P-302 Stageberg
B Architectural Design** 15 hrs. 1-5 MWF and to arr. P-302 Fletcher, Weaver
I Architectural Design** 15 hrs. 1-5 MWF and to arr. P-302 Fletcher
A Landscape Design** 15 hrs. 1-5 MWF and to arr. P-302 Stageberg
B Landscape Design** 15 hrs. 1-5 MWF and to arr. P-302 Fletcher
& Freehand Drawing and Water Color 6 hrs. 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
3 Freehand Drawing and Water Color 6 hrs. 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
k Freehand Drawing and Water Color 6 hrs. 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg
3 Freehand Drawing and Water Color 6 hrs. 9-12 TTh P-302 Stageberg

*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.

**Conferences, 7:30 p.m.. Weaver and Staff Competitive Problems. 1:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Sept. 28 Oct. 12 Oct. 26 Nov. 9 Oct. 5 Nov. 2 Dec. 7 Jan. 11
Nov. 23 Dec. 14 Jan. 4 Jan.18


Ay-Al-Ae


411-

415-

415-

417-



501-
503-
505-

509-











Hist

Hist

Dec

Mate
Mate
Mec


Pro

Stn

Str

These
Wor
PRO.


ARCHITECTURE (Ae) Continued

tory of Architecture 6 bra. 8 daily P-
Conference 8 ThS P-300
story of Architecture 6 hrs. 8 daily P-
Conference 8 TF P-300
orative Arts 6 hra. 8 daily P-
Conference 8 MW P-300
erials-and Methods of Const. 9 hrs. 9-12 MWF
trials and Methods of Const. 9 hrs. 9-12 MWF
hanical Equipment of Bldg. 9 hrs. 9-12 MWF P-30O
Heating, Ventilating, and Plumbing 10-12 MWF
Electric Lighting To arrange
f. Relations and Methods 9 hra. 9-12 MWF P-
Conference 10-12 W P-204
uctural Design of Bldg. 12 hra. 1-5 TTh, 9-12 S,
and to arrange
uctural Design of Bldg. *12 hra. 1-5 TTh, 9-12 S,
and to arrange
sis 48 hrs. To arrange
king Drawings 9 hrs. To arrange
JECT LABORATORY 44 hra. 8-12 and 1-5 daily
Consultations on books and research available in the Book
Stageberg, Fletcher, Doolittle, McVoy
*Hours per week vary from 12 to 24. See instructor.


300,306

300,306

300,306

P-302
P-302
2,B-203
P-302
B-203
204,306


P-302

P-302
P-302 W<
P-302
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Semester ASTRONOMY (Aty)
1st 2nd Dr. T. M. Simpson, Head (P-104)

C-2E Descriptive Astronomy (4 credits) 11 TThS and arrange P-2 Kusner
-302 Navigation (3 credits) 11 TThS To arrange


BACTERIOLOGY (Bey)
Prof. M. D. Cody, Head (8-102)

301- General Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 TTh S-101 Carroll
Laboratory A 1-3 WF S-104 Carroll
Laboratory B 3-5 WF S-104 Carroll
Laboratory C (HPL) 3-5 TTh 8-104 Carroll
-302* Agricultural. Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 TTh To arrange
Laboratory 1-3 WF To arrange
-304 Pathogenic Bacteriology (4 credits) 9 MW To arrange
-306* Bacteriology of Foods (4 credits) 9 TTh To arrange
Laboratory 1-3 WF To arrange
0308- Sanitary Laboratory Practice (3 credits) 11 Th S-101 Carroll
Laboratory 1-3 TTh S-104 Carroll
411- Principles and Practice of Immunology (4 credits) 9 MW S-111 Carroll
Laboratory 10-12 MW 8-104 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 con-
sultation with instructor.


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

C-5D C-5D Foundations for Biblical Study (3 credits) 8 MWF
303- -304 The World's Great Religions (2-2 credits) 11 TTh
405- New Testament Writings (3 credits) 11 MWF
-406 The Life of Jesus (3 credits) 11 MWF


BIOLOGY (Bly)
Prof. J. S. Rogers, Head (8-110)

101- Invertebrate Zuology (4 credits)
Lecture 11 MW
Laboratory A 1-4 NW
Laboratory B 1-4 TTh
-102 Comparative Anatomy of Vertebrates (4 credits)
Lecture 11 MW
Laboratory A 1-4 MW
Laboratory B 1-4 TTh
203- Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology (4 credits)
Lecture 10 TTh
Laboratory A 1-4 MW
Laboratory B 1-4 TTh


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Bu-101 Johnson
Bu-101 Johnson
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8-101 Byers
S-106 Byers
S-106 Byers

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To arrange

S-101 Sherman
8-107 Sherman
S-107 Sherman


Fletcher

Stageberg

Fletcher

Hannaford
Hannaford
Arnett, Wilson
Arnett
Wilson
Weaver


Hannaford

Hannaford
ever and Staff
Hannaford
Staff






BIOLOGY (Bly) Continued


-210 Vertebrate Embryology (4 credits)
Lecture 10 TT1
Laboratory A 1-4 M1
Laboratory B 1-4 T1
225---226 Natural History of the Gainesville Region (4 erec
Lecture 11 MW
Laboratory 1-4 NM
315- Histology (4 credits)
Lecture 11 TTI
Laboratory A 1-4 NI
Laboratory B 1-4 T'
-316 Animal Parasitology (4 credits)
Lecture 11 TTI
Laboratory 1-4 Ta
325- Genetics and Evolution (3 credits) 10 MW
333- Insect Biology (4 credits) 9 TT1
411- -412 Individual Problems in Animal Biology (3-3 credit!
505- History of Biology (2 credits) 9 TT1
-506 Biological Literature and Institutions
507---508 Taxonomic Studies
509- Zoogeography
-510 Animal Ecology
513---514 Vertebrate Morphology
515---516 Invertebrate Morphology
519---520 Individual Problems
521---522 Natural History of Selected Animals
523---524 Natural History of Selected Animals
633---534 Problems and Concepts of Taxonomy and Nomenclature
539---540 Graduate Seminar
651---652 Research


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

Advanced Botany of Cryptograms (4 credits)
Lecture 9 TTh
Laboratory A 1-3 M
Laboratory B 3-5 N
Laboratory C 1-5 T
-304 Advanced Botany of Seed Plants (4 credits)
Lecture 9 TTh
Laboratory A 1-3 N
Laboratory B 3-5 M
Laboratory C 1-5 T
-308 Plant Taxonomy (4 credits) 10 MW
Laboratory 1-3 T
Plant Physiology (4 credits) 10 MW
Laboratory 1-3 T
-0401 Plant Ecology (4 credits) 9 F
Laboratory 8-12
--404 Advanced Plant Physiology (4-4 credits) 11 F
Laboratory To ar
Plant Histology (4 credits) 11 TT
Laboratory 3-5 W
-432 Plant Anatomy (4 credits) 11 TT
Laboratory 3-5 W
Seminar (2 credits) To ar
--502 Problems in Taxonomy (4-4 credits) 2 F
Laboratory
Problems in Plant Histology (4 credits)
-506 Research in Plant Histology (4 credits)
--510 Research (4-4 credits)


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

C-1D- Economic Foundations of Modern Life (5 credits)
Lecture (all sections) 9 NWF
Section 1 10 TTh
Section 2 11 TTh
Section 3 11 NW
-C-1D Economic Foundations of Modern Life (5 credits)
Lecture (all sections) 9 MWF
Section 1 8 TTh
Section 2 9 TTh


Bly-Bty-Bs


Semester
1st 2nd


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S-111 Hubbell-Rogers
S-12 Hubbell-Rogers

S-111 Wallace
S-10 Wallace
S-10 Wallace
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S-12 Rogers
S-111 Hubbell
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S-206 Cody
S-2 Cody
S-2 Cody
S-2 Cody

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S-1 Cody
S-1 Cody
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S-1 Cody
Cody
S-1 Cody
S-1 Cody
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Cody, Carroll
S-102 Cody
Field Cody
S-102 Cody
S-102 Cody
Cody






B-203 Eldridge
Bu-101 Hicks
Bu-201 Hicks
Bu-204 Hicks

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To arrange






Semester
lit 2nd
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
C-lK--C-lK Elementary Ai
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
C-1J--C-1J Elementary St
Section 1

Section 2

Section 3

Section 4

Section 5


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bs) Continued

9 TTh
10 TTh
11 TTh
accounting (5 credits)
8 NTWThPF
9 MTWThF
11 mTWThF
statistics (3 credits)
9 MW,
1-3 F
10 MF,
1-3 W
9 ThS,
1-3 T
11 WF,
1-3 M
11 TS,
1-3 Th


0202- Principles of Economics (3 credits)
Section 1 8 TThS
Section 2 9 TThS
0212- Principles of Accounting (3 credits) 8 TThS
-0305E The Development of Modern Capitalism (3 credits) 10 N
311- Accounting Principles (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWP
Section 2 9 MWF
Section 3 10 TThS
-0311 Accounting Principles (3 credits) 11 MWF
0312- Accounting Principles (3 credits) 8 TThS
-312 Accounting Principles (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 11 MWF
-0313 Cost Accounting (3 credits) 9 TThS
-0321E Financial Organization of Society (3 credits) 9 MWF
321E- Financial Organization of Society (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 9 TThS
Section 3 8 MWF
Section 4 11 MWF
-322E Financial Organization of Society (3 credits)
Section 1 8 EWF
Section 2 9 TThS
Section 3 11 MWF
327E-0327E Public Finance (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 9 MWF
329E- Elements of Personal Finance (3 credits) 10 TThS
335E-0335E Economics of Marketing (3 credits)
Section 1 8 TThS
Section 2 10 MWF
351E- Transportation Principles (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TThS
Section 2 11 MWF
-0351E Transportation Principles (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TThS
Section 2 11 TThS
361---362 Property Insurance (3-3 credits) 10 MWF
-372E Labor Economics (3 credits) 11 MWF
381E- Economic Geography of North America (3 credits) 8 TThS
-0401 Business Law (3 credits) 9 TThS
401- Business Law (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TThS
Section 2 10 MWF
Section 3 3 MWF
-402 Business Law (3 credits)
Section 1 10 MWF
Section 2 3 MW
0404- Government Control of Business (3 credits) 9 MWF
407- Economic Principles and Problems (3 credits)
Section 1 10 TThS
Section 2 11 MWF
Section 3 8 MW
-408E Economic Principles and Problems (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MW
Section 2 10 TThS
Section 3 11 MWF
411- Advanced Accounting (3 credits) 11 MWP
-412 Auditing (3 credits) 9 MWF
-414 Income Tax Procedure (3 credits) 8 TThS
-422 Investments (3 credits) 11 MWF
423- Commercial Banking (3 credits) 11 TThS


To arrange
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S-202 Cogburn
S-202 Cogburn
8-202 Cogburn

L-10 Anderson
L-10 Anderson
L-10 Anderson
L-10 Anderson
L-10 Anderson
L-10 Anderson
L-10 Germond
L-10 Germond
L-10 Germond
L-10 Germond

Bu-201 Tuttle
Bu-201 Tuttle
L-314 Campbell
VF To arrange

L-201 Beights
L-201 Beights
L-201 Beights
To arrange
L-201 Beights

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Bu-204 Dolbeare
Bu-204 Dolbeare
Bu-201 Tuttle
Bu-301 Tuttle

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L-314 Campbell
L-314 Campbell
Bu-301 Hurst

Bu-101 Hicks
Bu-101 Hicks

Bu-505 Bigham
Bu-305 Bigham

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Bu-201 Chace
To arrange
L-204 Diettrich
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Bu-301 Hurst
Bu-301 Hurst
Bu-301 Hurst

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Bu-301 Hurst

Bu-201 Eldridge
Bu-201 Eldridge
Bu-305 Bigham

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L-201 Heights
T6 arrange
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Bu-204 Dolbeare





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lat
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433-
0436-

0440-

04541

461-
463-
465-

469E-
485E-
487E-
505E-

0528E

563E-


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


101- -102 General Chemistry (4-4 credits
Section 1 Lecture
Laboratory A
Section 2 Lecture
Laboratory B
Section 3 Lecture
Laboratory C
Section 4 Lecture
Laboratory D
Section 5 Lecture
Laboratory E
0102-0101 General Chemistry (4-4 credits
Lecture
Laboratory F
201- -202 Analytical Chemistry (4-4 credits
Lecture Section 1 (ChE)
Section 2
Laboratory Section A (ChE)
Section B
0202-0201 Analytical Chemistry (4-4 credits
Lecture
Laboratory
-0215 Water and Sewage (3 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory
-262 Organic Chemistry (5 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory
-282 Glassblowing (No credit)
301- -302 Organic Chemistry (4-4 credits
Lecture
Laboratory A
laboratory B
303- Quantitative Analysis (3 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory 1-5 F
335- Unit Processes of Chemical
Engineering (3 credits)
343- Industrial Chemistry, Inorganic (3 credits)
351- Metallurgy (3 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
401- -402 Physical Chemistry (4-4 credits)
Lecture
Laboratory
403- Water Analysis (3 credits)


)
8 MWF C-112 Beisler or Mason
2-5 M C-130 Beisler or Mason
8 MWF C-110 Heath
9-12 T C-130 Heath
9 MWF 0-112 Heath
2-5 W C-130 Heath
10 MWF C-212 Jackson
1-4 Th C-130 Jackson
11 MWF C-112 Beisler or Mason
2-5 F C-130 Beisler or Mason

8 TThS C-112 Hawkins
1-4 T C-130 Hawkins
)
10 MW C-112 Hawkins
11 TTh C-212 Black
1-4 WF C-230 Hawkins
3-11 TTh C-230 Hawkins in charge

9 TTh C-110 Black or Hawkins
1-4 MW 0-114 Black or Hawkins

8 TTh To arrange
1-4 Th To arrange

10 MWP To arrange
1-4 WF To arrange
To arrange

9 MWF C-212 Leigh
1-4 T C-230 Leigh in charge
1-4 Th C-230 Leigh in charge

8 T C-110 Otte
and 8-10 8 C-114 Otte

9 MWF C-110 Beisler or Mason
9 TThS C-212 Beisler or Mason

10 TTh C-216 Mason
1-4 M E-102 Eshleman
1-4 T E-102 Eshleman
)
8 MWF C-212 Jackson
1-4 N C-204 Jackson
To arrange Black


Bs-Cy


stern BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Be) Continued
2nd
Business Organization and Finance (3 credits) 8 MWF Bu-204 Dolbeare
-426E Banking Systems (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
-432 Market Management (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
Advertising (3 credits) 10 MWF Bu-305 Tuttle
Foreign Trade Technique (3 credits) 9 TThS L-314 Campbell
-438 Problems in Sales and Market Analysis (3 credits) 8 MWF To arrange
Trade Horizons in Caribbean America (3 credits) 1-4 T Bu-101 Hicks
-442 Trade Horizons in the For East (3 credits) 8 TThS To arrange
-446 Economic Principles of Consumption (3 credits) 1 MWF To arrange
5- Principles of Public Utility Economics (3 credits) 10 TThS Bu-305 Bigham
-456 Problems in Public Service Industries (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
Life Insurance (3 credits) 11 MWF L-204 Eutsler
Problems in Social Security (3 credits) 9 fMW Bu-101 Euteler
Realty Principles (3 credits) 2 MWF Bu-204 Chace
-466 Realty Management (3 credits) 2 NWF To arrange
-468E Economic History in the Making (3 credits) 10 MWF To arrange
-470E Business Forecasting (3-3 credits) 10 TThS L-10 Anderson
International Economic Relations (3 credits) 10 MWP C-216 Atwood
Economic Geography of Europe (3 credits) 9 MWF L-204 Diettrich
-506E The Development of Economic Thought (3-3 credits) To arrange Eldridge
-522E Law of Corporation Finance (3 credits) To arrange
E- International Finance (3 credits) To arrange Dolbeare
-530E Problems in State and Local Taxation (3 credits) To arrange
--564E Seminar in Statistics and Business Forecasting
(3-3 credits) To arrange Anderson
-0589E Geographic Factors Underlying World Economy (3 credits) To arrange





Semester
let 2nd CHEMISTRY (Cy) Continued

-432 Agricultural Analysis (5 credits) To arrange
-444 Chemical Engineering Lab. (3 credits) 1-4 WThF
-446 Industrial Chem., Organic (3 credits) 9 TThS
451- Fuels (3 credits)
Lecture 11 T C-110
Laboratory 1-4 WF C-108
-462 Photographic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange
481- -482 Chemical Literature (j-j credits) To arrange
-504 Inorganic Preparations (3 credits) To arrange
-506 Special Chapters in Organic Chem. (3 credits)
0508- Synthesis and Structure of Organic
Compounds (3 credits) To arrange
-0509 Electrochemistry (3 credits) To arrange
0512- Applications of Phys. Chem. (3 credits) To arrange
0516- Chem. of the Rare Elements (3 credits) To arrange
525- -526 Chemistry of the Terpenes (3-3 credits) To arrange
533- Advanced Quantitative Analysis (3 credits) To arrange
-534 Advanced Sanitary Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange
537- Qualitative Organic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange
-538 Quantitative Organic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange
-542 Catalysis (3 credits) To arrange
545- Chemical Thermodynamics (3 credits) To arrange
581- Chemical Technology (3 credits) To arrange
-586 Chem. Engineering Processes (3 credits) To arrange
-588 Heat Transmission (3 credits) To arrange
601- -602 Chemical Research (No credit) To arrange


To arrange
To arrange

Beisler or Mason
Beisler or Mason

Pollard

To arrange

Pollard

Jackson
Heath
Hawkins
Black

Pollard

Hawkins


Staff


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


223--0223 Surveying
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
-226 Higher Surveying
Laboratory
331- Railway Engineering
Laboratory
-332 Highway Engineering
Laboratory
425- Materials Laboratory
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
-426 Theory of Structures
Laboratory
427- Hydraulics
Laboratory A (ME)
Laboratory B (ME)
Laboratory C (ME)
-0427 Hydraulics
Laboratory A (ChE)
Laboratory B (ChE)
Laboratory C (CE)
Laboratory D (CE)
Laboratory E (ChE)
431- Hydrology
-520 Hydraulic Engineering
525- Water and Sewerage
Laboratory
-526 Water and Sewerage
Laboratory
-532 Concrete Design
Laboratory
535- -536 Structural Engineering
Laboratory
537- Estimating Quantities and
-538 Hydraulic Laboratory


(3 credits) 10 MW
1-4 T
1-4 Th
(3 credits) 10 MW
9-12 F
(4 credits) 9 TTh
2-5 W and 1-4 F
(3 credits) 11 F, 1 M
2-5 M
(2 credits) 11 F
1-3 W
3-5 W
(4 credits) 9 MW
9-12 TTh
(3 credits) 11 MW
1-3 T
3-5 T
3-5 Th
(3 credits) 11 NW
1-3 T
3-5 T
1-3 W
3-5 W
3-5 F
(2 credits) 9 TTh
(2 credits) 10 TTh
(3 credits) 11 TTh
1-4 M
(3 credtis) 9 TTh
9-12 P
(4 credits) 11 TTh
8-11 NW
(4-4 credits)11 W
1-4 TTh
Costs (2 credits) 9 MW
(1 credit)


B-210 Reed
B-104 Reed
B-104 Reed & Sawyer
To arrange
To arrange
B-210 Reed
B-104 Reed & Lowe
To arrange
To arrange
B-208 Sawyer
B-Anx Sawyer
B-Anx Sawyer
To arrange
To arrange
B-209 Lowe
B-108 Lowe
B-108 Lowe
B-108 Lowe
To arrange
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To arrange
To arrange
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To arrange
E-202 Van Leer
To arrange
B-209 Lowe
B-207 Lowe
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
B-208 Sawyer
B-207 Sawyer
B-207 Sawyer
To arrange


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

311- Farm Dairying (3 credits) 8 WP and 1-3M A-103 Thurston
-314 Theory of Dairy Manufacture (2 credits) 9 F and 3-5 F To arrange
-316 Condensed Milk and Dry Milks (2 credits) 9 W and 1-3 M To arrange
411- Dairy Herd Management (2 credits) 8 MW A-205 Arnold
-412 Milk Production (3 credits) 11MW and l3Th To arrange


Cy-Cl-Dy






DAIRYING (Dy) Continued


413- Market Milk and Milk Plants
Products
-414 Manufacture of Butter & Cheese
415- Ice Cream Manufacture
-416 Dairy Technology
-418 Approved Dairy Practice
-422 Seminar


Semester
1st 2nd


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

83- Typewriting for Beginners (2 credits) To arrange
-84 Advanced Typewriting (2 credits) To arrange
101--0101 Introduction to Education (3 credits) 8 MWF
207--0207 Educational Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS
303- -304 Methods in Teaching Vocational
Agriculture (3-3)credits) 9 MWF
305--0305 Development and Organization
in Education (3 credits) 8 MWF
-306 Vocational Education (3 credits) 9 TThS
317--0317 Tests and Measurements (3 credits) H TTbS
319--0319 Child and Adolescent Psychology (3 credits) 9 TTHS
323--0323 Gen. Methods in the Secondary Sch. (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWFI
Section 2 11 MWF
401--0401 Public School Administration (3 credits) 2 MWF
0402--402 Administration Practice (3 credits) 10 MWF
403--0403 Problem-Project Method (3 credits) 9 MWF
0404- Philosophy of Education (3 credits) 10 MWF
0406a--406b Elementary School Administration(lJ-lj credits) 4:40-6 F
-408 High School Administration (3 credits) 10 MWF
409- -410 Supervised Teaching in Voca-
tional Agriculture (3-3 credits) To arrange
415- -0415 Supervised Teaching in English (3 credits) 4 W and
To arrange
425- -0425 Supervised Teaching in Foreign (3 credits) 4 W and
Language To arrange
435- -0435 Supervised Teaching in History (3 credits) 4 W and
To arrange
455- -0455 Supervised Teaching in Science (3 credits) 4 W and
To arrange
465- -0465 Supervised Teaching in Mathe- (3 credits) 4 W and
matics To arrange
475- -0475 Supervised Teaching in Health (3 credits) 4 W and
and Physical Education To arrange
477- -0477 Supervised Teaching in Manual (3 credits) 4 W and
Arts To arrange
485- -0485 Supervised Teaching in Business(3 credits) 4 W and
Education To arrange
503a--0503b Seminar in Educational Measure-
ments (I4-lJ or.) 10:40-12 S
511- -512 Methods and Materials in Voca-
tional Agriculture (3-3 credits)10 MWF
521a--0521b Business Administration of a
School System 1*-1l cr.) 9-10:30 S
0528- Supervision of Instruction (3 credits) 4:30-6 TTh
541a--0541b Control and Support of Public
Education (li-l cr.) 10:40-12 S

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

307- Principles of Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
Section 1 8 TThS
Section 2 11 MWF
309- Dynamo Laboratory (1 credit)
Section 1 1-4Th
Section 2 3-6 Th
Section 3 8-11 W
441- Elements of Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 10 MWF
-442 Elements of Electrical Engineering (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 9 MWF
0444- Problems in Direct and Alternating Currents
(3 credits) 11 MWF
445- Electrical Illumination (4 credits) 11 TTh
Laboratory 1-6 W


Y-241 Copeland

Y-138 Smith
L-203 Wise

Y-150 Garris

Y-134 Fulk
To arrange
Y-138 Crago
Y-134 Crago

Y-138 Smith
Y-138 Smith
Y-134 Fulk
Y-138 Simmons
Y-134 Norman
Y-134 Smith
Y-134 Fulk
To arrange

Y-150 Garris

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Mead

Y-134 Crago

Y-150 Garris

Y-132 Folk
Y-326 Mead

Y-132 Fulk





B-210 Wilson
B-210 Wilson

B-106 Wilson
B-106 Wilson
B-106 Wilson

B-209 Smith
E-213 Smith

To arrange
To arrange

E-202 Weil
E-202 Wilson
B-106 Wilson


Dy-En-El


(3 credits) 8 TTh and
1-3 T A-103 Thurston
(3 credits) 10 MW and 3-5 Th To arrange
(3 credits) 11 TTn and 1-3 W A-103 Thurston
(4 credits) 10 T and 1-4 WF To arrange
(1 to 3 credits) To arrange
(1 credit) 4 M To arrange






Semester ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (El) Continued
let 2nd

-446 Electrical Communications (4 credits) 10 TThS
Laboratory A 1-4 F
Laboratory B 3-6 F
447- Alternating Current Apparatus (3 credits) 11 TThS
-448 Alternating Current Apparatus (3 credits) 9 MWF
449- -450 Dynamo Laboratory (1-1 credits)
Section 1 1-4 T
Section 2 3-6 T
Section 3 1-4 P
Section 4 3-6 F
451- Advanced Dynamo Laboratory (2 credits)
Section 1 1-6 M
Section 2 1-6 W
-452 Advanced Dynamo Laboratwry (2 credits)
Section 1 1-6 W
Section 2 1-6 Th
-456 Essentials of Electricity for Architects (1 credit)
541- -542 Electrical Engineering Seminar (1-1 credits) 1 F
543- Thermionic Vacuum Tubes (3 credits) 9 TThS
-544 Applied Electronics (3 credits) 10 TThS
545- Electronics Laboratory (1 credit) 2-5 F
-546 Electronics Laboratory (I credit) 1-4 T
547- Electrical Instruments, (3 credits) 10 TTh
Meters, and Relays
Laboratory 1-4 T
-548 Electric Power Transmission (3 credits) 10 MWF
549- Theory of Electric Circuits (3 credits) 9 MWF
-550 Theory of High Frequency Circuits (3 credits) l1TThS
-552 Industrial Applications of
Electrical Equipment (3 credits) 11 MWF
553- -554 Radio Station Operation (l-l)credits) To arrange


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

C-3D-C-3D Effective Writing (3 credits)
Lecture 11 M
Writing Laboratory 3-5 W
Conference 1 hr.
C-3E-C-3E Reading for Leisure (3 credits)
Lecture 10 M
Discussion 1 11 TTh
Discussion 2 10 WF
Conference 1 hr.
103- -104 Introduction to Literature (3-3 credits)
Section 1 10 KWF
Section 2 11 MWF
Section 3 9 TThS
201- -202 English Literature to 1800 (3-3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 9 TThS
203- -204 The Short Story--Exposition (3-3 credits) 9 MWF
207- -208 English Literature, 1800 to (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
Present
221- Types of Humorous Literature (3 credits) 9 MWF
301- -302 Shakespeare (3-3 credits) 9 MWP
303- -304 English Poetry of the 19th Cen.(3-3 credits) 10 MWF
401- -402 American Literature (3-3 credits) 9 MWF
405- -406 Modern Drama (3-3 credits) 9 TThS
407- -408 The Modern Novel Contempo- (3-3 credits) 8 fWF
rary Poetry
409- -410 Chaucer (3-3 credits) 11 MWP
417--0415 Spenser Milton (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
501- -502 American Literature (3-3 credits) 9 MWF
505- -506 Modern Drama (3-3 credits) 9 TThS
507- -508 Modern Novel Contemporary (3-3 credits) 8 MWF
Poetry
509- -510 Chaucer (3-3 credits) 11 MWF
517--0515 Spenser Milton (3-3 credits) 10 TThS


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

301- Introduction to Economic (4 credits) 10 TTh A-305
Entomology
Laboratory A 1-3 TTh A-305
Laboratory 8 3-5 WF A-305
-304 Advanced Economic Entomology (5 credits) 9 TTh and 3-5 MTh
311- -312 Entomology Seminar (1-1 credits) 9 Th A-305


To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
B-208 Sashoff
To arrange

B-106 Smith
B-106 Smith
B-106 Smith
B-106 Smith

B-106 Sashoff
B-106 Smith

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
E-202 Weil
E-209 Sashoff
To arrange
B-106 Sashoff
To arrange
B-106 Wilson

B-106 Wilson
To arrange
R-S02 Weil
To arrange

To arrange
Weil


L-10 Clark
L-209 Clark
Clark

L-201 Moore, Skaggs
L-311 Moore
3-111 Skaggs
To arrange

L-210 Caldwell
L-212 Skaggs
L-311 Farris

L-306 Spivey
B-209 Murphree, Morris
L-311 Farris
L-204 Conner

B-210 Moore
L-212 Robertson
L-311 Farris
L-210 Lyons
L-212 Robertson
L-311 Farris

L-210 Lyons
L-210 Caldwell
L-210 Lyons
L-212 Robertson
L-311 Farris

L-210 Lyons
L-210 Caldwell


Creighton

Creighton
Creighton
To arrange
Creighton


El-Eh-Ey-





Semester
1st 2nd

405- -406


-408
411-
-420
-450
-432
501- -502
507- -508
511- -512


ENTOMOLOGY (Ey) Continued

Insect Disease and Control (3-3 credits)
Section 1 8 W, 1-5 W A-305 Creighton
Section 2 11 W, 8-12 S A-305 Creighton
Insect Morphology (5 credits) 9 TTh and 3-5 MTh To arrange
Apiculture (2 credits) 11 MF A-305 Creighton
Medical and Veterinary Entomology (3 credits) 11 MWF To arrange
Insect Histology and Physiology (3 credits) 8 MWF To arrange
Citrus and Veg. Insects and Diseases (3 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
Methods of Research in Entomology (3-3 credits) To arrange Creighton
Advanced Insect Taxonomy (3-3 credits) To arrange Creighton
Thesis Research (No credit) To arrange Creighton


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

101- Principles of Forestry (4*credits) 10 TThPS A-206
-102 Forest Regions (2*credits) 9 I and 1-3 Th
103- Forest Influences (2*credits) 11 T and 1-3Th A-206
-104 Tree Identification (3*credits) 9 T and 1-5F
105- Seeding, Planting and Nursery (2*credits) 9 Th and 1-3 T A-206
Practice
-106 Forest Improvement (3*credits) 9 WF and 1-3M
107- Forest Protection (3*credits) 8 TTh and 1-3M A-206
-108 Forest Reproduction (2*credits) 9 Th and 1-3 T
301- Dendrology (3 credits) 9 T and 1-5F A-206
-302 Forest Mensuration (3 credits) 9 T and 1-5F
303- Silviculture (3 credits) 10 MW and 3-5 Th A-206
-304 Forest Protection (3 credits) 10 MWF
401- Logging and Lumbering (3 credits) 11 MWF A-206
-402 Wood Technology (3 credits) 10 T and 1-5 F
403- Forest Economics (3 credits) 8 MWF A-206
-404 Forest Administration and Organ. (3 credits) 9 NWF
405- Forest Products (4 credits) 9 MWFS A-206
-406 Reforestation and Nursery Technique (3 credits) 10 T and 1-5 F
-408 Wood Preservation (Including (3 credits) 10 MW and 1 T
Conditioning)
-410 Forest History and Policy (3 credits) 11 MWF

* Semi-professional courses no college credit


Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins

To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
Newins
To arrange
To arrange

To arrange


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

-C-3Fa Reading of French (3 credits) 9 TThS
C-3Fa-C-3Fb Reading of French (3-3 credits)
Section 1l 8 MWF
Section 2 9 TTbh
Section 3 10 WWF
022- Elementary French (3 credits) 9 TThS
-0101 Second-year French (3 credits) 11 MWF
101- -102 Second-year French (S-3 credits) 9 MWF
0102- Second-year French (3 credits) 11 MWF
107- -108 Seientific French (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
205- -206 Conversation and Composition (3-3 credits) 9 TThS
207- -208 Survey of French Literature (3-3 credits) 9 MWF
303- -304 Nineteenth Cen. French Liter. (3-3 credits) 10 MWF
505- -506 French Novel (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
507- -508 Special Study in French (3-S credits) To arrange


201-


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

Physical Geology (4 credits) 9 MWF
Laboratory 1-4 F
-202 Historical Geology (4 credits) 10 MWF
Laboratory 1-4 F


To arrange

L-5 Huston
L-307 Brunet
L-307 Brunet
Bu-101 Huston
To arrange
L-307 Brunet
L-307 Brunet
L-307 Brunet
L-5 Atkin
L-5 Atkin
L-5 Atkin
L-5 Atkin
Atkin




S-101 Hubbell
S-106 Hubbell
To arrange
To arrange


C-3Ga-C-3Gb Reading of German
Section 1
Section 2
*Section 3
*Section 4

* For science students only.


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

(3-3 credits)
8 MWF
10 IWF
9 TThS
10 MWF


Ey-Py-Fh-Gy-Gn


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


Higgins
Higgins
Higgins
Hauptmann





Semester
let 2nd

101- -102 Second-year German
Section 1
Section 2
201- -202 Third-year German
325- -326 Scientific German


GERMAN (Gn) Continued

(3-3 credits)
8 IMF
11 MWF
(3-3 credits) To arrange
(3-3 credits) 10 TThS


21- -22 Beginners Greek


203- -204

251-
301-
303-
-304
311- -312

313- -314

-344
353--0353




C-1E--C-1E
303- -304

305- -306
309- -310
313- -314
317- -318

401- -402
509- -510


GREEK (Ok)
Prof. J.N. Anderson, Head (L-ll1)

(3-3 credits) 10 MWF


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

Introduction to Athletic Coach- (3-3 credits) 10 MWF
ing and Physical Education
Boxing (1 credit) 1 MW
Football (2 credits) 9 TTh
Basketball (2 credits) 1-3 TTh
Track (3 credits) 3 NWO
Administration of Health and (3-3 credits) 2 MWP
and Physical Education
Theory and Practice of Natural (2-2 credits) 10-12 TTh
Activities
Baseball (3 credits) 1 WWF
Practice in Conducting an (1 credit) To arrange
Intramural Program

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

History of the Modern World (4 credits) 9 MTThF
American History, 1830 to the (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
Present
English History to 1688 (3-3 credits) 11 TThS
French Revolution and Napoleon (3-3 credits) 10 MWF
Europe During the Middle Ages (3-3 credits) 8 TThS
Latin American History, 1850 (3-3 credits) 8 MWF
to the Present
Ancient Civilizations (3-3 credits) 9 MWF
Seminar in American History (3-3 credits) 2-4 M


L-111 Anderson




BB Ct Proctor,Salt,
Hardage
BB Ct Proctor
BB Ct Hardage
BB Ct Salt, Cody
To arrange
Y-138 Salt

Y-Oym Salt

To arrange
Y-151 Salt


P-112
P-112

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

P-206
P-112


Leake
Leake

Payne
Leake
Payne
Glunt

Payne
Leake


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


-310 Pruning and Tree Surgery (3 credits)
Floriculture (3 credits)
-312 Olericulture (3 credits)
Principles of Fruit Production (3 credit@)
Citrus Culture (3 credits)
-412 Deciduous Fruits (3 credits)
Subtropical Fruits (3 credits)
-414 Advanced Citrus Culture (3 credits)
Plant Materials (3 credits)
Laboratory
-416 Systematic Pomology (3 credits)
-504 Horticulture Seminar (1-1 credits)
-506 Horticultural Problems (2-2 credits)
-508 Research Work (3-3 credits)
-510 Special Problems in Refrigera- (3-3 credits)
tion of Frutts


11 TTh and 1-3 M To arrange
10 TTh and 1-3 T A-205 Floyd
11 TTh and 3-5 W To arrange
8 NMW A-303 Abbott
9 TTh and 3-5 W A-303 Abbott
9 MWF To arrange
9 INw A-303 Abbott
9 TTh and 3-5 M To arrange
11 T A-206A Floyd
1-5 T A-104 Floyd
9 MWF To arrange
11 Th A-304 Floyd
11 TTh A-303 Abbott
To arrange Staff
To arrange


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

111- -112 Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing (3-3 credits) To arrange Y-Shop Bohannon
211- -212 Industrial Arts General Shop (3-3 credits) To arrange Y-Shop Bohannon


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

261- -262 Introduction to Engintering (1-1 credit) 11 T
-0261 Introduction to Engineering (1 credit) 11 T
463- Specifications and Eng. Relations (2 credits) 10 TTh
469- -470 Plant, Shop, Layout and Design (3-3 credits) 11 TTh
Laboratory 1-4 W
-472 Human Engineering (2 credits) 10 TTh
-560 Engineering Practice (3 credits) 9 TThS

Qn-Gk-HP1-Hy-He-In-Ig 400


A-106 Van Leer, Staff
To arrange
B-210 Van Leer or Reed
E-213 Yeaton
E-212 Yeaton
To arrange
To arrange


L-306
L-306

L-306


Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


311-

0314-
315-

413-

415-


503-
505-
507-
509-






Semester JOURNALISM (Jam)
lIt 2nd Prof. E. J. Emig, Head (P-203)

213- Public Opinion (3 credits) 9 TThS
-214 Introduction to Journalism (3 credits) 9 TThS
215- History of American Journalism (3 credits) 9 MWF
-216 Principles of Journalism (3 credits) 8 MWF
301- -302 Advanced News Writing (3-3 credits) 11 TThS
309- -310 Newspaper Editing (3-3 credits) 8 TThS
-314 Magazine Article Writing (3 credits) 9 MWF
317- Business and Mechanics of (3 credits) 11 MWF
Publishing
-318 Newspaper Management (3 credits) 11 MWF
407- Editorial Writing and Management (3 credits) 10 MWF
-408 Advanced Public Opinion (3 credits) 10 MWF
409- Law of the Press (3 credits) 8 MWP
411- Public Relations (3 credits) 10 TThS
-412 Contemporary Journalistic (3 credits) 10 TThS
Thought
503- -504 Special Studies in Newspaper (3-3 credits) To arrange
Production
505- -506 Special Studies in Public (3-3 credits) To arrange
Opinion


21- -22
31- -32
41- -42
101- -102


LATIN (Ln)
Prof. J. N. Anderson, Head (L-11l)

Beginners Latin (3-3 credits) To arrange
Caesar (3-3 credits) To arrange
Cicero and Virgil (3-3 credits) To arrange
Ovid and Cicero or Livy (3-3 credits) 10 TThB


P-201 Emig
To arrange
P-201 Emig
To arrange
P-201 Leatherwood
P-201 Leatherwood
To arrange
P-201 Leatherwood

To arrange
P-201 Emig
To arrange
P-201 Leatherrood
P-201 Emig
To arrange

Leatherwood

Emig


W.A.Little
W.A.Little
W.A.Little
L-111 J.N.Anderson


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


301- Torts
-302 Equity
303- Contracts
-304 Contracts
305- Criminal Law and Procedure
-306 Marriage and Divorce
-308 Common Law Pleading
309- Property
-312 Property
401- U.'S. Constitutional Law
-402 Evidence
-0403 Agency
0404- Quasi Contracts
405- Equity Pleading
-406 Private Corporations
-408 Legal Ethics and Bibliography

409- Property
-410 Property
411- Florida Constitutional Law
413- Florida Civil Practice
417- Sales
-416 Insurance
-418 Taxation
-502 Damages
503- Public Service Corporations
0504- Municipal Corporations
505- Federal Procedure
-506 Negotiable Instruments
-508 Conflict of Laws
509- Partnership
513- Property
-0515 Mortgages
-516 Practice Court
517 Practice Court
519- Trial Practice
-520 Creditors' Rights
521- Trusts
-522 Admiralty
-524 Corporation Finance
601- Legal Research
-602 Legal Research


(5 credits) 9 MTWThF Law-201
(5 credits) 9 MTWThF Law-201
(3 credits) 10 MWF Law-201
(3 credits) 10 MWF Law-201
(4 credits) 11 MTWF Law-201
(1 credit) 11 F Law-201
(3 credits) 8 TThS Law-201
(2 credits) 11 Th and 8 S Law-201
(2 credits) 11 TTh Law-201
(4 credits) 11 MTWF Law-204
(4 credits) 10 MTWF Law-204
(2 credits) 8 T and lOTh Law-204
(2 credits) 9 TTh Law-204
(3 credits) 9 MWF Law-204
(4 credits) 9 MTThF Law-204
(2 credits) 8 Th and Law-204
10-12 S
(3 credits) 8 TThS Law-204
(3 credits) 8 MWP Law-204
(2 credits) 10 MW Law-204
(3 credits) 10 TThF Law-204
(2 credits) 8 MF Law-204
(2 credits) 11 TTh Law-204
(3 credits) 11 MWF Law-204
(2 credits) 10 MF Law-202
(2 credits) 10 TTh Law-202
(2 credits) 11 MW Law-202
(2 credits) 9 MW Law-202
(3 credits) 8 MWF Law-202
(3 credits) 11 MWF Law-202
(2 credits) 10 WF Law-202
(3 credits) 8 MWF Law-202
(2 credits) 9 MW Law-202
(1 credit) To arrange Law-201
(1 credit) To arrange Law-201
(3 credits) 9 TThS Law-202
(3 credits) 9 TThS Law-202
(2 credits) 11 TTh Law-202
(2 credits) 11 TTh Law-202
(3 credits) 1 MWF Law-202
Hours and credits to arrange
Hours and credits to arrange


Trusler
Trusler
TeSelle
TeSelle
Cockrell
Cockrell
Crandall
Crandall
Day
Slagle
Cockrell
Cockreli
Crandall
TeSelle
Slagle
Day

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


Jm-Ln-Lw






Semester
lst 2nd

C-4B--C-4B


MATHEMATICS (sa)
Dr. T. M. Simpson, Head (P-104)


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


(4 credits)

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


C-4B2
Lecture (sections 21 to 27) 9 T
Recitation 21 11 TThS
22 10 MWF
23 9 MWF
24 9 MWF
25 8 TThS
26 8 TThS
27 1 MWF
C-4B3
Lecture and recitation
31 8 NMTh
32 1 MTWF
C-2Da-C-2Db Basic Mathematics (4-4 credits)
1* 8 MWFS
2* 9 MWFS
3* 10 MTThS
4* 11 MWThF
5* 11 MTThF
6 8 TWF
7 9 MWPS
8 10 MWFS
9 2 MTThF
**C-2Db-C-2Da Basic Mathematics (4-4 credits) 1 MTWF

85- -085 Trigonometry (3 credits) 2 MWF
101- -102 College Algebra Analytic Geom. (3-3 credits) 2 MWF
0102-0101 Analytic Geom. College Algebra (3-3 credits) 9 TThS
0108--108 Business Mathematics (5 credits) 3 MWF
251- -252 Calculus (3-3 credits) 10 TThS
253- -254 Calculus (4-4 credits)
Section 1 9 MWThP
Section 2 8 MTWF
Section 3 8 MTWF
0254-0253 Calculus (5-4 credits) 8 MTWThF
311- -320 Advanced College Algebra (3-3 credits) 2 MWF
Theory of Equations
351- Advanced Calculus (3 credits) 11 TThS
0420- Differential Equations (3 credits) 10 TThS
0518- Theory of Groups of Finite Order (3 credits) #1-2z30TTh
0522-0521 Curve Fitting Empirical Analysis (3-3 credits) #4 MWF
0536- Foundations of Geometry (3 credits) #2-3!30 TTh
551- -552 Advanced Topics in Calculus (3-3 credits) #3 MWF
555- -556 Functions of a Complex Variable (3-3 credits) #2 MWF
0568- History of Elementary Math. (3 credits) #11 TThS
*For firat year students only.
**Offered only if registration is 25 or more students.
#Another hour may be arranged.


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

B-203
P-206
P-102
P-11
P-I
P-208
E-211
P-I

P-2
P-2

P-11
P-2
P-2
P-102
P-I
P-1
P-4
P-i
P-206
P-11

P-2
P-11
P-11
P-I
P-4

P-102
P-10
P-102
P-206
P-I

P-4
P-11
P-10
P-10
P-102
P-2
P-102
P-10


-202 Foundry
Section 1 (ChE)
Section 2 (ChE)
301- Machine Shop
-304 Patternmaking

ME
Prc

281- Engineering Drawing
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
-0281 Engineering Drawing
Laboratory A
Laboratory B


MECHANIC ARTS (Me)
of. N.C. Ebaugh, Head (E-101)

(1 credit)
1-4 W
1-4 P
(2 credits) 1-5 W
(2 credits) 1-5 W

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

(2 credits) 1 T
2-4 T
1-4 Th
(2 credits) 1 T
2-4 T
1-4 Th


To arrange
To arrange
E-209 Strong
To arrange




B-203 Janes
E-304 Janes, Strong
E-304 Janes, Strong
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


Ms-Mc-MI


Kokomoor
Phipps
Simpson
Mclnnis
Davis
Davis
Mclnnis

Simpson
Specht
Dostal
Kokomoor
Phipps
Pirenian
Doatal
Quade


Kusner
Kusner

Kokomoor
Germond
Quade
Simpson
Phipps
Specht
Pirenian
Mclnnis
Dostal
Davis

Specht
McInnis
Specht
Pirenian
Pirenian

Simpson
Quade
McInnis
Davis
Phipps

Quade
Dostal
Pirenian
Germond
Kokomoor
Quade
Simpson
Kokomoor





Semester
1st 2nd


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Ml) Continued


0282- Descriptive Geometry (2 credits) 1 T E-202 Strong
Laboratory A 2-4 T E-300 Strong
Laboratory B 1-4 Th E-300 Strong
-282 Descriptive Geometry (2 credits) 1 T To arrange
Laboratory A 2-4 T To arrange
Laboratory B 1-4 Th To arrange
301- Machine Elements (1 credit) 1-4 M 2-211,E-300 Fineren
-302 Machine Elements (2 credits) 1-5 M To arrange
381- -382 Shop Practice (1-1 credits) 9-12 S E-202,Shop Janes
387- Mechanism and Kinematics (4 credits) 9 MWF E-209 Fineren, Strong
1-4 F E-300 Fineren, Strong
-0387 Mechanism and Kinematics (4 credits) 9 MWF To arrange
9-12 S To arrange
-388 Elementary Design (4 credits) 9 TThS To arrange
1-4 F To arrange
395- Metallography Lrboratory (1 credit) 1-4 M or W E-102 Eshleman
417- Mechanical Laboratory (1 credit) 2-5 W E-213, E-103 Ebaugh and
Thompson
-418 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits) 1-5 W To arrange
-420 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits) 1-5 M To arrange
481- -482 Applied Mechanics (5-5 credits)
Section 1 (EE) 9 NWFS E-211 Yeaton
3-5 Th E-103 Eshleman
Section 2 (CE, ChE) 10 MWFS E-211 Yeaton
1-3 F E-103 Eshleman
Section 3 (ME, IE) 11 MWFS E-211 Yeaton
1-3 Th E-103 Eshleman
Section 4 (Lab only CE) let sem. 1-3 M E-103 Staff
Section 4 (Lab only CE) 2nd sem. 3-5 F E-103 Staff
0482-0481 Applied Mechanics (5 credits) 9 MWFS E-213 Eshleman
3-5 M E-103 Staff
483- Materials of Engineering (2 credits)
Section 1 (CE, IE) 9 TTh E-211 Eshleman
Section 2 (ME) 11 TTh E-211 Eshleman
-484 Metallography (2 credits) 9 TTh To arrange
10-12 T To arrange
485- Thermodynamics (3 credits) 11 TThS E-209 Ebaugh
-0485 Thermodynamics (3 credits)
Section 1 (Ig-Ml) 10 MWF To arrange
Section 2 (EE) 11 MWF To arrange
0486- Power Engineering (3 credits) 10 MWF E-209 Ebaugh
491- Machine Design (3 credits) 9 TTh E-213 Fineren
1-4 Th E-212 Fineren
495- Aeronautics (3 credits) 8 NWF E-209 Thompson
-496 Aeronautics (2 credits) 11 TTh To arrange
-0581 Internal Combustion Engine (3 credits) 8 MWF To arrange
-582 Refrigerating and Air Conditioning (3 credits) 9 MWP To arrange
586- Advanced Machine Design (3 credits) 11 MW E-209 Fineren
1-4 Th E-212 Fineren
587- -588 Mechanical Design (3-3 credits) To arrange Van Leer or Ebaugh
-590 Aerodynamics (3 credits) 9 TThS To arrange
683- -684 Mechanical Research (3-3 credits) To arrange Staff

MILITARY SCIENCE (My)
Colonel G.M. Allen, Infantry, In Charge (B-204)

All Field Artillery students will be assigned to one two-hour drill period. Batteries
A and B, 1-5 M; C and D, 3-5 M; E, 1-3 T; F, 1-3 W; G and H, 3-5 W; I and K, 1-3 Th; L and
M, 3-5 Th. Parade, all Batteries, 4-5 T. During second semester Juniors will attend addi-
tional two-hour drill period, either at 3-5 T, or 10-12 F.

Infantry Courses 101-102, 201-202, drill 3-5 T. Infantry Courses 301-302, 401-402, drill
2-5 T.

101- -102 Military Science (2-2 credits)


Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
103- -104 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8


8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
8 WF
9 WF
10 WF
(2-2 credits)
9 M
9 M
10 M
10 M
11 W
11 W
8 T
9 T


Ba-101
Ba-101
Ba-101
Ba-101
Ba-101
Ba-101

Ba-101
A-104
Ba-101
A-305
Ba-101
Lw-301
E-209
A-205


Barker
Barker
Barker
Barker
Barker
Barker

Edmonson
Paschall
Edmonson
Paschall
Edmonson
Paschall
Edmonson
Paschall


M1-My






Semester
1st 2nd
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
201- -202 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
203- -204 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
301- -302 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
303- Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
-304 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
401- -402 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
403- Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
All sections
-404 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


MILITARY SCIENCE (My) Continued

10 T
10 T
8 M
8 M
10 W
8 W
(2-2 credits)
8 MW
9 MW
11 MW
8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
(2-2 credits)
8 M
9 M
10 M
8 T
9 T
10 T
8 W
9 W
9 Th
10 Th
(2-2 credits)
10 MWF
11 NP"
1 MWF
(2 credits)
8 MWF
9 NSW
10 MWpF
8 TThS
(2 credits)
8 MW
9 MW
13 MW
9 TTh
(2-2 credits)
9 MWF
10 MW
1 MWF
(2 credits)
9 WF
10 WF
1 WF
attend class at 3 PM Tuesdays on the
(2 credits)
9 NWF
10 MWP
1 MWF


Lw-302 Edmonson
A-104 Paschall
Ba-101 Edmonson
Bu-301 Paschall
Ba-102 Edmonson
A-106 Paschall

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

Lw-301 Dodd
Lw-301 Foster
Ba-102 Dodd
Lw-301 Foster
Lw-301 Dodd
Lw-301 Foster
Lw-301 Dodd
Lw-301 Foster
Lw-301 Dodd
Lw-301 Foster

Lw-302 Adams
Lw-302 Adams
Lw-302 Adams

Lw-302 Bennett
Lw-302 Bennett
Lw-301 Bennett
Lw-302 Bennett

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange

B-203 Lange, Lucas
B-209 Lange, Lucas
B-205 Lange, Lucas

Bu-305 Lange, Lucas
B-208 Lange, Lucas
B-210 Lange, Lucas
Polo Field.

To arrange
To arrange
To arrange


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

101- -102 Orchestra (1-1 credit) 7 PM Th Aud.
107- Sight Singing (1 credit) 11 T Aud.
-108 History and Appreciation of Music (1 credit) 11 T Aud.
Band Practice (No credit) 5 MW, 4 T Aud.


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

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

11 A Fundamentals of Pictorial Art *18 hra. 1 M and to arrange P-109
Criticism available 1-4 daily
21 A Pictorial Composition 9 hrs. 4 MW and to arrange P-300
21 B Pictorial Composition 15 hrs. 4 MWF and to arrange P-300
22 A Commercial Design 9 hrs. 4 MW and to arrange P-300
22 B Commercial Design 18 hrs. 4 NWF and to arrange P-300
31 A Freehand Drawing 18 hra. 9-12 daily P-109
31 B Freehand Drawing 12 hrs. 9-12 MTWF P-109
32 A Freehand Drawing 12 hrs. 9-12 MTThS P-109
32 B Freehand Drawing 12 hrs. 9-12 MTThS P-109
41 A History of Painting 6 hrs. 8 daily P-300, 306
Conference 8 MW P-300
51 A Oil Painting 15 hrs. 1-4 daily P-209


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Doolittle

Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
Doolittle
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Doolittle
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PAINTING (Pg) Continued

51 B Oil Painting 15 hrs. 1-4 daily P-209 Doolittle
52 A Oil Painting 12 nrs. 1-4 NWThF P-209 Doolittle
52 B Water Color 9 hrs. 1-4 MWF P-302 Stageberg
61 A Thesis 48 hrs. To arrange Doolittle, Stageberg
--- PROJECT LABORATORY 44 hra. 8-12 and 1-5 daily P-306 Staff
Consultations on books and research available in the Book Room with
Stageberg, Fletcher, 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.

Semester PHARMACOGNOSY (Pgy)
let 2nd Prof. B.V. Christensen, Head (C-314)

221- Practical Pharmacognosy (3 credits) 8-10 TThS C-316 Ireland
-222 Practical Pharmacognosy (3 credits) 8-10 MWF To arrange
-342 Microscopy (3 credits) 10-12 TTh and 10 F To arrange
521- Special Problems in Pharmacognosy (4 credits) To arrange C-316 Ireland

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

351- Pharmacology (3 credits) 10 MWF C-316 Christensen
-362 Pharmacological Standardization (4 credits) 10 MW and 1-5 Th To arrange
451- -452 Principles of Biologicals (3-3 credits) 11 MWF C-316 Christensen
455- New Remedies (4 credits) 9 MW, and 1-5 Th C-316 Foote
-456 New Remedies (4 credits) 8 TTh, and 1-5 P To arrange
517- Clinical Methods (3 credits) 1 W C-400
2-5 WF To arrange Ireland
-522 Special Problems in Pharmacology (4 credits) To arrange

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


223- Galenical Pharmacy

-224 Gelencial Pharmacy
353- Organic and Analytical Phar-
macy
-354 Organic and Analytical Phar-
macy
361- Prescriptions and Dispensing

-362 Prescriptions and Dispensing
-572 Commercial Pharmacy
381- Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
-402 Pharmaceutical Arithmetic
-432 Advanced Drug Analysis

453- Pharmaceutical Formulas

503- Advanced Pharmacy
-504 Advanced Galenical Pharmacy
553- Synthetic Pharmaceuticals
-554 Advanced Pharmacy


301-
403- -404
-408

409- -410
503- -504.


(3 credits)

(3 credits)
(5 credits)

(5 credits)

(3 credits)

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

(2 credits)

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


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

Ethics (3 credits) 11 MWF
Philosophy of Nature (3-3 credits) 4-6 M
Philosophic Conceptions of the (3 credits) 4-6 T
Great English Poets
History of Philosophy (3-3 credits) IL TThS
Advanced History of Philosophy (3-3 credits) 11 TThS


9 MW C-216 Rusa
1-4 M C-306 Husa
11 MW and 1-4 V To arrange
10 TThS C-110 Foote
1-4 TTh C-306 Foote
9 MWP To arrange
1-4 TW To arrange
9 TTh in C-216 Husa
and 1-4 Y in C-306
11 T, 1-5 M To arrange
10 MWTHF To arrange
11 TTh C-216 Husa
9 TTh To arrange
10 T To arrange
1-4 TW To arrange
10 M To arrange Foote
1-4 T C-306 Foote
10 MW To arrange Husa
9 MW To arrange
9 TTh To arrange Foote
9 TTh To arrange


P-209 Enwall
P-209 Enwall
To arrange

P-209 Enwall
P-209 Enwall


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


101- -102 Lecture
201- -202 SecTfiro r
section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5




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Semester PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Pl) Continued
1st 2nd
Laboratory
A 1-3 M Gym
B 3-5 M Gym
C 1-3 W Gym
D 3-5 W Gym
E 1-3 Th Gym
F 3-5 Th Gym

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

101- -102 Elementary Physics (3-3 credits)
Demonstration (all sections) 11 T B-203 Williamson
Section 1 8 MWF B-208 Knowles
Section 2 8 MWF B-210 Perry
Section 3 9 WF B-2Q5 Bless
Section 4 9 MWf B-208 Knowles
103- -104 Laboratory for Ps. 101-102 (1-1 credits)
Section 1 1-4 M B-S06 Staff
Section 2 2-5 M B-306 Staff
Section 3 1-4 T B-306 Staff
Section 4 1-4 W B-306 Staff
Section 5 2-5 W B-306 Staff
Section 6 1-4 Th B-306 Staff
Section 7 2-5 Th B-306 Staff
205- -206 Mechanics, Heat, Sound, Electricity and Light (3-3 credits)
Demonstration (all sections) 11 Th B-203 Perry
Section 1 10 MW B-205- Perry
Section 2 11 MWF B-203 Perry
Section 3 11 MW P-4 Williams
207- -208 Laboratory for Pa. 205-206 and Pa. 211-212 (1-1 credits)
Section 1 2-5 M B-307 Staff
Section 2 1-4 T B-307 Staff
Section 3 2-5 W B-307 Staff
Section 4 1-4 Th B-307 Staff
Section 5 1-4 P B-307 Staff
211- -212 Elementary Physics (4-4 credits)
Demonstration 11 T B-203 Williamson
Lecture 11 MWThF B-205 Williamson
-292 Meteorology (3 credits) To arrange
30S- -304 Experimental Physics (3-3 credits) To arrange Staff
307- -0309 Heat Light (3-3 credits) 8 TTh B-20& Williamson
2-5 T B-304 Williams
311- -312 Electricity and Magnetism (3-3 credits) 9 TTh B-205 Knowles
2-5 W B-303 Knowles
321- -322 Advanced General Physics (3-3 credits) 11 MWF C-216 Bless
*405- -406 Theoretical Mechanics (3-3 credits) To arrange Bless
503- Kinetic Theory (3 credits) 10 MWF To arrange Williamson
*505- -506 Advanced Theoretical Mechanics (3-3 credits) To arrange Bless
*0508- Thermodynamics (3 credits) To arrange Bless
-510 Physical Optics (3 credits) 10 MWP To arrange
527- -528 Colloquium (1-* credits) 4 alternate
Friday B-203 Staff
551- -552 Thesis (No credit) To arrange Staff
*Only one of these courses will be offered, depending on demand.


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

-302 Introduction to Plant Pathology (3 credits) 10 TTh and 1-3 T or Th To arrange

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

C-IF--C-1F Political Foundations of (4 credits) 9 MTThF P-205 Dauer
Modern Life
209- -210 American Gov. and Politics (3-3 credits)
Section 1 11 MW" P-206 Payne
Section 2 1 MWF P-206 Payne
309- -310 International Relations (3-3 credits) 11 MWF P-208 Dauer
311- -312 American State and Municipal (3-3 credits) 8 MWF P-209 Green
Administration
401- -402 American Constitutional Law (3-3 credits) 11 MW P-112 Leake
405- -406 History of Political Theory (3-3 credits) 8 TThS P-209 Green
407- -408 Comparative Government (3-3 credits) 8 TThS E-213 Dauer


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Semester POULTRY HUSBANDRY (Py)
let 2nd Prof. A.L. Shealy, Head (A-102)

-312 Incubation and Brooding (3 credits) 9 MW To arrange
3-5 Th To arrange
313- Poultry Judging (2 credits) 11 F A-304 Anderson
1-3 M A-205 Anderson
-314 Poultry Feeds and Feeding (3 credits) 8 TTh To arrange
1-3 M To arrange
-316 Poultry Housing and Equipment (2 credits) 11 Th To arrange
1-3 W To arrange
317- -318 Poultry Practices (1-1 credits) 3-5 M A-205 Mehrhof and
Anderson
413- Turkey Production (2 credits) 10 TTh A-303 Anderson
415- -416 Poultry Management (3-3 credits) 10 NW and 1-3 T A-206A Mehrhof
417- Marketing Poultry Products (3 credits) 11 TTh and 3-5 W A-205 Anderson
-418 Poultry Breeding (2 credits) 10 TTh To arrange
-420 Problems in Poultry Breeding (1 or 2 cr.) To arrange
421- -422 Poultry Research and Seminar (1-1 credits) To arrange Mehrhof
501- -502 Advanced Poultrv Management To arrange Mehrhof
503- -504 Poultry Research Problems To arrange Mehrhof


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

201 General Psychology (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF P-10 Mosier
Section 2 10 MWF P-11 Mosier
Section 3 9 TThS P-10 Williams
Section 4 10 TThS P-10 Mosier
-0201 General Psychology (3 credits)
Section 1 9 NWF To arrange
Section 2 10 MWF To arrange
Section 3 9 TThS To arrange
203- Physiological Psychology (3 credits) 9 MWF P-114 Williams
0304- Experimental Psychology (3 credits) 1-3 NW P-114 Williams
-304 Experimental Psychology (3 credits) 1-3 MW To arrange
305 Social Psychology (3 credits) 10 MWF P-10 Williams
-0305 Social Psychology (3 credits) 10 MWF To arrange
-0307 Legal Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS To arrange
309- Theories of Personality (3 credits) 11 MWF P-10 Hinckley
-310 Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) 11 MUF To arrange
0312- Psychology of Problem Children (3 credits) To arrange P-114 Williams
-314 History and Systems of Psychology (3 credits) To arrange
-408 Comparative Psychology (3 credits) To arrange
421- Learning (3 credits) To arrange P-114 Hinckley
-424 Sensation (3 credits) To arrange
501- -502 Readings in Experimental Pay. (3-3 credits) To arrange P-110 Hinckley
505- Advanced Statistical Methods (3 credits) To arrange P-110 Hinckley
-506 Psycho-Physical Theory in the (3 credits) To arrange
Construction of Tests
509- Studies in Personality (3 credits) To arrange P-114 Hinckley
-510 Readings in Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) To arrange
-514 Readings in History and Systems (3 credits) To arrange
of Psychology


SOCIOLOGY (Sy)
Prof. L.M. Bristol, Head (P-8)
C-1H--C-1H Sociological Foundations of (4 credits) 8 MTWP
Modern Life
303- -304 Cultural Development of the (3-3 credits) 1 MWF
United States
315- Social Legislation (2 credits) To arrange
-316 Field of Social Work (2 credits) To arrange
321- Rural Sociology (3 credits) 10 MWF
-326 Urban Sociology (3 credits) 10 MWF
337- Anthropology (2 credits) 2 MW
441- Principles of Sociology (3 credits) 2-3:30 TTh
-442 Applied Sociology (3 credits) 2-3:30 TTh
-443 Race Problems (2 credits) 2 MW
-444 Marriage and the Family (3 credits)
515- Social Legislation (3 credits)
521- Rural Sociology (3 credits)
-526 Urban Sociology (3 credits)
541- Advanced Social Theory (3 credits) 7-9:30PU M
0542- Applied Sociology (3 credits) To arrange


P-4 Bristol

P-209 Weld

Bristol and Others

P-4 Bristol, Weld
To arrange
P-4 Weld
P-4 Bristol
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange
To arrange Bristol
To arrange Bristol
To arrange
P-4 Bristol
Bristol


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Semester SPANISH (Sh)
lst 2nd Prof. C.L. Crow, Head (L-205)

C-3Sa-C-3Sb Reading of Spanish (3-3 credits)
Section 1 11 TThS L-306
Section 2 11 WF L-203
022- -C-SSa Reading of Spanish (3-3 credits) 10 NWF I-203
101- -102 Second-year Spanish (3-3 credits)
Section 1 11 TThS L-307
Section 2 8 TThS L-306
Section 3 8 MWF L-212
201- -202 Advanced Syntax and Reading (3-3 credits) 9 TThS L-201
303- -304 Survey of Spanish Literature (3-3 credits) 10 NW L-212
313- -314 Advanced Composition and (3-3 credits) 2 MWF L-311
Conversation
323- -324 Commercial Spanish (3-3 credits) 2 MWF L-314
*403- -404 Literature of the Golden Age (3-3 credits) 8 TThS L-311
*413- -414 Phonetics (3-3 credits) 8 TThS L-311
*Only one of these courses will be offered, depending on demand.


Hathaway
DeGaetani
Hathaway

Higgins
Hathaway
Hathaway
Hathaway
DeGaetani
DeGaetani
Higgins
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


SPEECH (Sch)
Assoc. Prof. R.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 WF P-205 Hale
Section 2 8 WKF P-208 Constans
Section 3 9 MF P-209 Hopkins
Section 4 9 NWF P-208 Constans
Section 5 10 IP P-209 Hopkins
-C-3H Effective Speaking (4 credits)
All Sections 8 or 9 S To arrange
Section 1 8 NWF To arrange
Section 2 8 WmP To arrange
Section 3 9 MWF To arrange
Section 4 9 MWF To arrange
Section 5 10 MN To arrange
0202- Persuasive Speaking (3 credits) 10 NWF P-208 Constans
-212 Court Room Speaking (3 credits) To arrange
-214 Types of Public Discussion (2 credits) 11 TTh To arrange
301--0301 Advanced Public Speaking (3 credits) 10 TThS P-205 Constans
303- -304 Argumentation and Debating (3-3 credits) 11 WN P-205 Hopkins
307- -308 Interpretation of Literature (3-3 credits) 10 MW P-205 Hale
311- Speech Training for the Radio (3 credits) To arrange Hale
-404 Dramatic Production (3 credits) To arrange
-406 Famous British Speakers (3 credits) To arrange


-302 Veterinary Anatom
Physiology
Livestock Disease
Sanitation
-402 Poultry Diseases


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

ay and (3 credits) 10 WF and 3-5

s and Farm (2 credits) 10 TTh A-103

(2 credits) 11 MW To arrange


Sh-Sch-Vy


401-


To arrange

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