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The University Record
of the

University of Florida


Schedule of Courses
For the Second Term
1934-35


Vol. XXX, Series I No. 1


January 1, 1935


Published monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesrille, 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.







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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

SCHEDULE OF COURSES
Second Term 1934-35



EXPLANATIONS

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

When two instructors are listed, eaoh 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 Buildings Aud Auditorium! B Benton Halls Bu Buckman Hall;
C Chemistry Building; E Engineering Buildings H Horticultural Build-
ings L Language Halls Law Law Building; P Peabody Hall; S Soience
Hall; Y Yonge Building.

In parentheses, following the name of each department, is found the de-
partment name abbreviation adopted for official records.

The room number following the name of eaoh department head is the office
of the department head.

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








OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR






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


54
202
306
308
408
410
412
502
506
508
1510
512
514


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

104 Woodshop (1 credit) 1-5 M or Th or F
202 Farm Machinery (4 credits)
Section 1 10 MW and 1-5 W
Section 2 8 MW and 1-5 Th
302 Farm Motors (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TTh and 3-5 M
Section 2 11 TTh and 1-3 F
404 Agricultural Engineering Investigations (2 credits) 9-11 F
502 Seminar (2 credits) 3-5 F


Shop

A-106A
A-106A

A-106A
A-106A
A-105
A-105


Farm Management (*3 credits) 8 MWF A-304
Agricultural Resources (3 credits) 8 MW and 1-3 F H-215
Farm Management (3 credits) 9 TTh and 3-5 Th H-215
Marketing (3 credits) 8 TTh and 3-5 W H-215
Marketing Fruits and Vegetables (3 credits) 11 MW and 1-3 Th H-215
Agricultural Statistics (3 credits) 10 MW and 1-3 M H-215
Land Economics (3 credits) 10 TTh and 1-3 W H-215
Agricultural Economics Seminar (2 credits) 3-5 M H-215
Farm Management Hours and credits to arrange
Land Economics (3 credits) To arrange
Organization and Management of Truck Farms (2 credits) To arrange
Marketing Agricultural Products Hours and credits to arrange
Advanced Marketing of Agricultural Products (3 credits) To arrange


Eshleman

Rogers
Rogers

Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers


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

Fertilizers (2, 3, or 4 credits) 10 MW in A-205 and 1-5 T or Th in A-203 Bryan
Forage Crops and Pastures (3 credits) 8 TTh and 1-3 F A-304 Senn
Plant Breeding (3 credits) 9 MWF A-304 Senn
Special and Cover Crops (2 credits) 10 TTh A-304 Senn
Seminar (1 credit) 4 M A-206 Bryan,Senn
Soil Classification (3 credits) 11 MW in A-106A & 1-3 F in A-203 Bryan
Advanced Soils (3 credits) 8 TTh in A-205 & 1-4 T in A-203 Bryan


ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (Al)
Prof. C. H. Willoughby, Head (A-101)


104 Types and Breeds of Animals
Section 1
Section 2
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
204 Swine Production
0303 Meat Products
306 Elementary Animal Nutrition
402 Seminar
502 Animal Production


Architectural Design
Elements of Beauty
Freehand Drawing
Geometrical Drawing


(4 credits)
10 MWF
8 MWF
1-3 M
1-3 Th
(2 credits) 8 MW
(2 credits) 11 IMW
(2 credits) 11 TTh
(2 credits) To arrange
(2 or 3 credits) To arrange


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


Willoughby
Willoughby
Willoughby
Willoughby
Henley
Shealy
Becker
Willoughby
Willoughby


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

(3 credits) 10-12 TN4F and 1-4 F P-302 Weaver
(1 credit) 1 T P-201 Weaver
(2 credits) 1-4 ,MW P-109 Arnett
(2 credits) 11 Th in P-306 & 1-4 Th in P-302 Arnett


As-Ag-Ay-Al-Ae


Reits
Hamilton
Reitz
Hamilton
Hamilton
Reitz
Hamilton
Noble
Noble
Hamilton
Reitz
Hamilton
Hamilton






ARCHITECTURE (Ae) Continued

Architectural Design (3 credits) 9-11 TThS & 2-5
Freehand Drawing (2 credits) 2-5 MW
Elementary Water Color (2 credits) 2-5 MNW
History of Architecture (2 credits) 1 iTh
Architectural Design (4 credits) 8-11 MW, 9-12 Th and 2-5 Th
Theory of Composition (1 credit) 1 Th
History of Architecture (2 credits) 1 MW
Building Construction (3 credits) 8 TTh in P-306 and 8-11 S in
Architectural Design (6 credits) 9-12 MS & 1-5 MWTh
Professional Practice (2 credits) 10-12 T
Concrete Design (3 credits) 8 MWF
Heating and Ventilation (1 credit) 9 TTh and 3 F
Electric Lighting (1 credit) 9 TTh in E-213 & 2-'
Plumbing lI credit) 9 TTh in P-306 & 2-;
Advanced Freehand Drawing ,2 credits) To arrange
Advanced Water Color (2 credits) To arrange
Historical Research credits) To arrange
Building Construction (2 credits) To arrange


F P-301
P-301
P-301
P-306
P-302
P-201
P-306
P-302
P-302
P-204
P-209
E-213
4 F in B
5 F in P


Stageberg
Stageberg
Stageberg
Stageberg
June
Weaver
June
Hannaford
June
Weaver
Hannaford
Yeaton
-106 Wilson
-302 June
Mittell
Stageberg
June,Stageberg
Hannaford


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

302* Agricultural Bacteriology (4 credits) 8 TTh in S-101 and 1-3 WF in S-104
304 Pathogenic Bacteriology (4 credits) 8 MW in S-111 and 3-5 Ml in S-104
306* Bacteriology of Foods (4 credits) 8 TTh in S-101 and 1-3 WF in S-104
412 Industrial Bacteriology (4 credits) To arrange S-104
Either Boy 302 or Boy 306 will be given.
NOTE: Advanced courses can be arranged on consultation with instructor.
Graduate courses to be arranged on application.


Carroll
Carroll
Carroll
Carroll


BIBLE (Be)
Prof. J. E. Johnson (Y.M.C.A.)


104 Biblical History and Geography
402 The World's Great Religions


(3 credits) 11 MWF
(2 credits) 11 TTh


Bu-201 Johnson
P-4 Johnson


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


101 Principles of Animal Biology
Recitation a
Recitation b
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
102 Principles of Animal Biology
Section 1 Lecture
Recitation la
Recitation lb
-.Recitation lo
Laboratory 1A
Laboratory lB
Laboratory 1C
Section 2 Lecture
Recitation 2a
Recitation 2b
Recitation 20o
Laboratory 2A
Laboratory 2B
Laboratory 2C
Section 3 Lecture
Recitation 3a


(5 credits) 9 TTh
9 F
2 F
1-3 F and 10-12
1-3 TTh
(5 credits)
9 MW
9 F
1 Th
3 Th
8-10 TTh
1-3 IMW
10-12 TTh
10 MW
10 F
1 Th
3 Th
8-10 TTh
10-12 TTh
3-5 lMW
11 MW
11 F


Ae-Bcy-Be-Bly


S-111
S-111
S-111
S 5-106
S-10

S-101
.-101
S111

-107
S-10
S-106
S-101
S-101
S-101
S-101
S-10
S-10
S-10
S-101
S-101


Byers
Byers
Byers
Byers
Byers

Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Rogers
Wallace
Wallace
Wallace
Byers
Byers







BIOLOGY (Bly) Continued

Recitation 3b 2 Th S-111 Byers
Recitation 3c 4 Th S-111 Byers
Laboratory 3A 8-10 TTh S-106 Wallace
Laboratory 3B 3-5 MW S-106 Wallace
Laboratory 3C 10-12 TTh S-107 Wallace
Section 4 Lecture 10 TTh S-101 Hubbell
Recitation 4a 2 Th S-101 Hubbell
Recitation 4b 4 Th S-101 Hubbell
Recitation 4c 1 T S-111 Hubbell
Laboratory 4A 1-3 M ; S-106 Wallace
Laboratory 4B 1-3 TTh S-106 Wallace
Laboratory 4C 1-5 F S-107 Wallace
202 Entomology (5 credits) 10 MWF in S-111 & 1-5 F in S-10 Hubbell
0211 Vertebrate Embryology (6 credits) 11 MWF S-111 Sherman
Laboratory A 1-3 MW S-107 Sherman
Laboratory B 1-3 TTh S-107 Sherman
308 Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology (5 credits) 9 MW S-111 Sherman
Laboratory A 3-5 MW S-107 Sherman
Laboratory B 3-5 TTh S-107 Sherman
402 Animal Ecology (5 credits) 10 TTh in S-12 and field work to arrange Rogers
412 Individual Problems in Animal Biology Hours and credits to arrange Staff
0415 Animal Tarasitology (5 credits) 10 MWF and 1-3 MW S-12 Byers
506' Zoological Classification and Nomenclature (5 credits) To arrange Hubbell
518 Bionomics (5 credits) To arrange Rogers,Hubbell
520 Individual Problems in Animal Biology Hours and credits to arrange Sherman


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


102 General Botany
Section 1 Lecture
Section 2 Lecture
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
Laboratory C
Laboratory D
308 Taxonomy (Local Flora)
332 Plant Anatomy
500 Seminar
502 Problems in Taxonomy
504 Problems in Plant Physiology


(4 credits)


credits)
credits)
credits)
credits,
credits)


8 MW S-101
9 TTh S-101
1-3 MW S-2
3-5 MW S-2
1-5 Th S-2
10-12 TTh S-2
10 TTh in S-111 & 1-5 M in S-1
3-5 F and 9-12 S S-1
4 Th S-102
9 M and 9-12 WF S-1
11 Th and 1-5 W S-1


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


102E Economic History of U.S.
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
0103 Principles of Economic Geography
104 Principles of Economic Geography
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
0201E Principles of Economics
Section 1
Section 2


(3 credits)
10 MWF P-205
8 kWF L-211
9 MWF P-205 Chace
8 TThS P-205 Chase
11 TThS P-205 Hurst
11 MWF Law-302 Hurst
(3 credits) 11 TTh in L-204 & 5-5 F in L-201,204 Diettrich
(3 credits)
8 MW in L-204 and 1-3 Th in L-201, L-204 Diettrich
9 MW and 3-5 Th L-204 Diettrioh
11 MW in L-204 and 1-3 F in L-201, L-204 Hicks
10 TTh in L-204 and 3-5 M in L-201, L-204 Atwood
R TTh in L-204 and 1-3 M in L-201, L-204 Atwood
(3 credits)


8 TThS
8 MWF


Bu-201 Hicks
Bu-201 Hicks


Bly-Bty-Bs


Cody
Carroll
Cody
Cody
Cody
Carroll
Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody
Cody






BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bs) Contix mma


Section 3 (EE)
202E Principles of Economics
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
0211 Principles of Accounting
Section 1
Section 2
212 Principles of Accounting
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
302E Elements of Statistics
Section 1
Section 2
0311 Advanced Accounting
312 Advanced Accounting
0321E Financial Organization of
322 Financial Management
Section 1
Section 2
332 Retail Store Management
0351E Transportation Principles
372 Labor Economics
402 Business Law
Section 1
Section 2


(3 credits)





(3 credits)


(3 credits)






(S credits)


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


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


404E Government Control of Business (3 credits)
410 Economics of Business Management (2 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
414 Income Tax Procedure (3 credits)
416 Advanced Accounting (3 credits)
422 Investments (3 credits)
Section 1
Section 2
426E Banking Systems (3 credits)
0431E Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
432 Market Management (3 credits)
434 Advertising Practice (3 credits)
436 Foreign Trade Technique (3 credits)
442 Trade Horizons in Far East (3 credits)
454E Principles of Public Utility Economics (3 oc
466 Realty Management (3 credits)
470E Business Forecasting (3 credits)
0485 International Economic Relations (3 credits)
506E Development of Economic Thought (3 credits)
528E International Finance (3 credits)
530E State and Local Taxation (3 credits)


10 MWF

10 MVKF
9 TThS
11 MIF
10 MWF
10 TThS


Bu-201 Hicks


L-10
Bu-201
P-10
L-314
Bu-305


Anderson
Eldridge
Eldridge
Campbell
Bigham


8 TS in L-10 & 3-5 W in L-201 Cogburn
11 MF in L-201 & 3-5 W in L-204 Cogburn

8 TS and 1-3 V L-201 Campbell
9 TS in L-201 & 1-3 h in L-204 Campbell
10 .MF in L-201 & 3-5 W in L-10 Cogburn
10 TS in L-201 & 1-3 Th in L-10 Cogburn
11 TS and 3-5 Th L-201 Cogburn
8 MF and 8-10 V L-201 Cogburn

11 TTh and 3-5 Th L-10 Anderson
2 WF and 1-3 M L-10 Anderson
8 IMWF L-10 Gray
9 TThS L-10 Gray
9 X1TF Bu-204 Dolbeare


9 TThS
9 KW8F
10 LCOTF
8 TThS
1 TTh

10 1:?,7
3 MWF
9 TThS

2 WFT
10 TTh
10 TThS
7-10 o.m. T


11 MA.T
10 TThS
11 TThS
8 L;. ,F
8 TThS
9 TThS
8 !i:F
8 TThS
redits) 11 I.Ti
10 TThS
9 M0F
10 !.E;F
11 TThS
To arrange
10 L7FO


P-205
S-202
Bu-101
Bu-305
A-106

S-202
Bu-301
Bu-301

A-106
Bu-201
L-10
L-10

Bu-204
Bu-204
Bu-204
Bu-101
Bu-101
Bu-101
L-314
L-204
Bu-305
Bu-101
L-10
L-202
Bu-201

Bu-305


Wilson
Bigham
Chace

Hurst
Hurst
Hurst

Eldridge
Eldridge
Gray
Gray

Dolbeare
Dolbeare
Dolbeare
WVilson
Wilson
Wilson
Campbell
Diettrich
Bigham
Chace
Anderson
Atwood
Eldridge
Dolbeare
Bigham


0101 General Chemistry
Lecture
Recitation
Laboratory


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

(5 credits)
8 TThS
1 i
1-4 T


Bs-Cy


C-112
C-112
C-130


Adelson
Adelson
Heath





CHEMISTRY (Cy) Continued

102 General Chemistry (5 credits)
Section 1 (Ph, PM, Cy Majors)
Lecture 8 MWF U-112 Heath
Recitation 11 Th C-112 Heath
Laboratory A (PM) 2-5 F C-130 Shaw
Laboratory B (Ph) 1-4 T C-130 Heath
Section 2 (Ph, PM, Cy Majors)
Lecture 8 MWF A-106 Otte
Recitation 11 Th S-101 Otte
Laboratory C 9-12 F C-130 Adelson
Section 3 (Bus.Ad.)
Lecture 9 MVF C-112 Pollard
Recitation 1 Th C-112 Pollard
Laboratory D 2-5 Th C-130 Adelson
Section 4 (Engrg.)
Lecture 10 MWF C-112 Muckenfuss
Recitation 10 S C-112 Muokenfuss
Laboratory E 9-12 T C-130 Ellis
Section 5 (Engrg.)
Lecture 10 MWF A-206 Ellis
Recitation a 8 F S-101 Ellis
Recitation b 10 S A-106 Ellis
Laboratory F 9-12 Th C-130 Ellis
Section 6 (A&S, Eduo.)
Lecture 11 MWF C-112 Heath
Recitation 1 Th A-206 Heath
Laboratory G 2-5 M C-130 Muckenfuss
Section 7
Lecture 8 MWF C-212 Adelson
Recitation 11 Th C-212 Adelson
104 General Chemistry for Pharmacy (6 credits)
Lecture 8 MWF C-112 Heath
Recitation 11 T C-110 Heath
Laboratory 1-4 T C-130 Heath
106 General Chemistry for Agriculture(6 credits)
Lecture 11 KWF A-106 Ellis
Recitation 1 W A-206 Heath
Laboratory 2-5 W C-130 Heath
0203 Qualitative Analysis (4 credits) 10 MW in C-212 and 1-4 WF in C-230 Jackson
0215 Water and Sewage (3 credits) 8 TTh in C-216 and 1-4 Th in C-114 Black
282 Glass Blowing (*1 credit) To arrange Thompson
0305 Quantitative Analysis (5 credits) 10 TTh in C-110 and 1-4 MWF in C-114 Black,Shaw
362 Organic Chemistry (5 credits) 9 MWF in A-206 and 1-5 Th in C-230 Leigh
422 Advanced Physical Chemistry (4 credits) 10 TThS in C-212 and 1-4 M in C-204 Jackson
432 Agricultural Analysis (5 credits) To arrange Shaw
444 Chemical Engineering Laboratory (3 credits) 1-4 TThF C-108 Muckenfuss
446 Industrial Chemistry (3 credits) 9 TThS C-110 Muckenfuss
462 Photographic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange Heath
504 Inorganic Preparations (3 credits) To arrange Leigh
506 Special Chapters in Organic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange Pollard
0509 Electrochemistry (3 credits) To arrange Jackson
526 Chemistry of the Terpenes (3 credits) To arrange Ellis
538 Qualitative and Quantitative Organic Chemistry (3 credits) To arrange Pollard
542 Catalysis (3 credits) 9 MKF C-216 Muckenfuss
602 Chemical Research (0 credit) To arrange Staff


CIVIL ENGINEERING (Cl)
Prof. P. L. Reed, Head (B-102)

0101 Surveying (2 credits)
Section 4 11 M and 2-5 Th B-104 Reed
Section 5 11 W and 1-4 F B-104 Reed
Section 6 11 F and 1-4 T B-104 Reed








CIVIL ENGINEERING (Cl) Continued

Railway Design (2 credits) 1-4 M and 2-5 W B-104
Theory of Structure (3 credits) 11 TTh in B-208 and 8-11 1, in B-104
Graphic Statics & Elementary Design (2 credits) 8 F in B-208 & 9-12 I in
Highway Engineering (3 credits) 10 W, 1 M and 2-5 M B-207
Structural Design (4 credits) 8 TTh in B-208 and 9-12 6VF in P-302
Hydraulics (3 credits)
Section 1 (CE) 10 TTh B-239
Section 2 (ChE) 9 TTh E-209
Laboratory A (CE) 1-3 F B-108
Laboratory B (ChE) 1-3 W B-108
Laboratory C (ChE) 3-5 W B-108
Hydraulic Engineering (2 credits) 11 IM" E-213
Water and Sewerage (3 credits) 11 F, 9 S and 8-11 M B-207
Concrete Design (4 credits) 11 TTh in B-209 and 1-4 TTh in B-207
Structural Engineering (4 credits) 10 TTh in B-208 and 1-4 V'i in E-207
Hydraulic Laboratory (I credit) To arrange


Reed
Sawyer
P-302 Reed
Lowe
Sawyer

Lowe
Lowe
Loe
Lowe
Lowe
Van Leer
Lowe
Lowe
Sawyer
Lowe


DAIRYING (Dy)
Prof. C. H. Willoughby, Head (A-101)


202 Dairy Herd Management
302 Market Milk
304 Dairy Herd


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


11 TF
8 TTh
To arrange


A-104 Willoughby
A-104 Willoughby
Arnold


DRAWING (Dg)
Prof. A. J. Strong, Head (E-303)


102 Mechanical Drawing
action 4
Sections 5 and 6
104 Mechanical Drawing
Section 1
Sections 2 and 3
Sections 4, 5, and 6

0107 Descriptive Geometry
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


(1 credit)


(1 credit)




(2 credits)


9-12 Th
9-12 Th

9-12 T
9-12 T
1-4 1.


11 ;
11 MW
11 I L


E-300,E-304 Walker
E-300,E-304 Strong

E-300,F-304 Eshleman
h-300,E-304 Janes
E-300,E-304 .celker,
Strong

E-209 walkerr
L-306 Janes
3-208 Eshleman


ECONOMICS (Es)
(See courses in Business Administration marked "E")


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


0101 Introduction to Education (3 credits)
Section 1 9 TThS
Section 2 4:30-6:00 T.F
#200b The Florida State Course of Study(lj credits) 9:00-10:30 S
0207 Educational Psychology '7 credits)
Section 1 11 MI.T
Section 2 4:30-6:00 TTh
+0209b The Teaching of Science in the First Six Grades (1 credit) 12
304 Methods of Teaching Vocational Agriculture (3 credits)
9 MF and 1-3 T
306 Vocational Education (3 credits) 9 TThS
308 Elementary School Curriculum (3 credits) 11 YVYF
0317 Tests and Measurements (3 credits) S TThS
-0317b Tests and Measurements :I- credits) 10:40-12:00 S


Y-134 Sirmons
Y-132 Sinrcns
Y-140 Smith

Y-134 Wisc
Y-138 *-ise
S '-138 Smith

Y-138 Gtrris
'-150 3arris
IY-12 rmith
Y-138 :.a-o
Y-138 :"i8o


Cl-Dy-Dg-Es-En






EDUCATION (En) Continued

0319 Child and Adolescent Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS Y-138
0323 General Methods in the Secondary School (3 credits)
Section 1 3 MTF Y-134
Section 2 4:30-6:00 TTh Y-134
0401 Administration and Supervision of Village and Consolidated Schools
(3 credits) 2 1MF Y-134
0403 Problem-Project Method (3 credits) 9 1,F. Y-132
#0403b Problem-Project Method (lI1 credits) 9:00-10:30 S Y-132
406 Elementary School Administration (3 credits) 4:30-6:00 WF Y-134
408 High School Administration (3 credits) 10 MWF Y-132
410 Sup. Teaching in Voc. Agric. (3 credits) 1-4 MWF Y-150
0415 Supervised Teaching in English (3 credits) 3 M & to arrange Y-128
0425 Sup. Teaching in Foreign Lang. (3 credits) 3 T & to arrange Y-128
0435 Supervised Teaching in Eistory (3 credits) 3 W & to arrange Y-128
0455 Supervised Teaching in Science (3 credits) 3 Th & to arrange Y-128
0465 Supervised Teaching in Math. (3 credits) 4 '%. & to arrange Y-134
0475 Supervised Teaching in HP1 (3 credits) 3 T & to arrange Y-151
0477 Sup. Teaching in Manual Arts (3 credits) 3 F & to arrange Y-128
#0501b The Elementary School Curriculum (l1 credits) 10:40-12:00 S Y-128
#0503b Seminar in Educational Measurements (l1 credits) 10:40-12:00 S Y-138
#0509b Problems in Administration (1i credits) 9:00-10:30 S Y-128
512 Methods & Materials in Voc. Agric. (3 credits) 10 1WF Y-150
'519b High School Curriculum (11 credits) 10:40-12:00 S Y-128
i528b Educational Supervision (1i credits) 9:00-10:30 S Y-102
0541 Support and Control of Education (3 credits) 8 TThS Y-132
# Open only to those students who have completed the first half of


Crago

Smith
Smith

Fulk
Norman
Norman
Fulk
Simmons
Garris
Mead & Staff
Mead & Staff
Mead & Staff
Mead & Staff
Mead & Staff
Westfall,Mead
Yead & Staff
Smith
Crago
Fulk
Garris
Smith
Mead
Fulk
the course.


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


306 Radio Apparatus (3 credits) 10 TTh in E-2
312 Alternating Currents (3 credits
316 A. C. Theory and Application (3 credits
318 A. C. Circuits (3 credits
320 A. C. Laboratory (2 credits
Section 1
Section 2
322 Dynamo Laboratory (I credit)
Section 1 (ME)
Section 2 (ME)
0409 Electric Power Plant Design (3 credits
0411 D. C. Machinery and Design (3 credits
414 Dynamo Laboratory (2 credits
Section 1
Section 2
416 A. C. Machinery and Design (3 credits
426 High Frequency Circuits (3 credits
428 Transmission Line Theory (3 credits
430 Instruments, Meters and Relays (3 credits
456 See Ae 466
502 Advanced Experimental Elec. Eng. Hours and
510 Electric Transmission Line Theory(3 credits.
512 Symmetrical Components (3 credits.
514 Electrical Engineering Seminar (1 credit)


021 Minimum Essentials
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4


13
)
)
)
)


and 1-4 Th in B-106
9 MWF E-202
11 MWF B-210
11 TThS E-202

1-6 M B-106
1-6 W B-106

1-4 F B-106
3-6 F B-106
9 TThS E-202
8 MWF E-202

1-6 T B-106
1-6 Th B-106
11 M17F E-202
8 TThS E-213
11 TThS B-205
10 TThS E-202


credits to arrange
) To arrange
) To arrange
To arrange


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

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


L-209
L-209
L-109
L-109


zn-El-Eh


Smith
Smith
Wilson
Weil

Smith
Wilson

Wilson
Smith
Weil
Smith

Smith
Smith
Well
Sashoff
Sashoff
Wilson

Sashoff

Sashoff
Weil


Moore
Morris
Skaggs
Clark


)
)
)


)
)
)
)








0101 Rhetoric and Composition
Section 1 (Engrg. only)
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 6
Section 6
Section 7 (Engrg. only)
Section 8
Section 9
102 Rhetoric and Composition
Section 1 (Engrg. only)
Section 2 (Engrg. only)
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13 (Engrg. only]
Section 14 (Engrg. only:
Section 15 (Engrg. only:
Section 16 (Engrg. only]
Section 17
Section 18
Section 19
Section 20
Section 21
104 Introduction to Literature
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
202 History of Literature to the
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
204 English Essay
208 History of English Literatur<


0211
30k
306
366



402
404
408
414


Types of Modern Literature
Shakespeare and the Drama
English Grammar
Business Writing
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Southern Literature
English Novel
Contemporary Poetry
Renaissance Literature



Assoo. Prof.


ENGLISH (Eh) Continued

(3 credits)
8 MWF
9 MWF
11 MWF
1 MWF
2 MWF
8 TThS
8 TThS
9 TThS
2 MWF
(3 credits)
8 MWF
8 MWF
9 MWF
10 MWF
10 MWF
10 MWF
11 MWF
11 MWF
11 MWF
1 MWF
1 MWF
1 MWF
) 8 TThS
) 8 TThS
) 8 TThS
8 TThS
9 TThS
9 TThS
9 MWF
2 MWF
8 TThS
(3 credits)
9 MWF
10 TThS
9 TThS
Nineteenth Century (3 credits)
9 MWF
11 MWF
9 TThS
(3 credits) 11 MWF
e in the Nineteenth Century (3
9 MWF
(3 credits) 9 MWF
(3 credits) 9 TThS
(3 credits) 10 TThS


J.


(3 credits)



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


10 MWF
10 TThS
2 MWF
10 MWF
7:15-9:45 M
10 TThS
To arrange


L-209
L-109
L-210
L-211
P-206
A-206
L-211
L-109
L-212

A-206
L-212
L-210
L-211
L-210
L-209
L-212
L-109
P-206
L-210
L-209
L-109
L-210
L-209
L-311
L-109
A-206
L-211
Bu-301
L-209
L-307

L-307
L-211
L-212

L-311
L-211
L-209
L-311
credits)
L-212
L-211
L-210
L-210

L-203
L-209
L-210
L-311
L-212
L-311
L-210


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


302 Economic Entomology
Laboratory A
Laboratory B
312 Entomology Seminar
406 Insecticides and Fungicides


(4 credits) 11 TTh
1-3 TTh
3-6 VF,
(1 credit) 9 Th
(3 credits) 8 F and 1-5 W


Eh-Ey


Morris
Skaggs
Mounts
Clark
Little
Stroup
Murphree
Moore
Murphree

Stroup
Moore
Clark
Caldwell
Murphree
Morris
Moore
Murphree
Little
Mounts
Moore
Skaggs
Mounts
Morris
Farris
Skaggs
Stroup
Clark
Murphree
Morris
Moore

Mounts
Caldwell
Farris

Stroup
Caldwell
Morris
Farris

Robertson
Caldwell
Robertson
Robertson

Clark
Mounts
Stroup
Farris
Robertson
Farris
Caldwell


A-305
A-305
A-305
A-305
A-305


Cr@ighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton





ENTOMOLOGY (Ey) Continued


Insect Morphology
Research and Thesis Writing
Problems in Entomology
Thesis Research


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


9 T and 3-5 MTh
11 F
To arrange
1-5 M


FRENCH (Fh)
Prof. E. G. Atkin, Head (L-S0S)


021 Elementary French
22 Elementary French
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
0101 Third Semester French
102 Fourth Semester French
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
108 Scientific French
206 Conversation and Composition
208 Survey of French Literature
304 19th Century Literature
508 Special Study in French


(3 credits) 9 TThS
(3 credits)
8 MWF
9 TThS
10 MWF
11 MWF
8 MWF
(3 credits) 10 MWF
(3 credits)
9 MWF
10 TThS
10 TThS
(3 credits) 10 TThS
(3 credits) 9 TThS
(3 credits) 9 MWF
(3 credits) 11 MWF
(5 credits) To arrange


L-306

L-306
L-507
L-307
L-307
L-210
L-306

L-306
L-306
L-307
L-212
L-311
L-314
L-303


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

202 Historical Geology (4 credits) 9 MWF in S-12 and 3-5 T in S-106


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

22 Beginners German (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF L-311
Section 2 9 MWF Bu-101
Section 3 9 TThS S-202
Section 4 2 MWF L-306
102 Second Year German (3 credits) 11 MWF L-314
202 Third Year German (3 credits) To arrange
326 Scientific German (3 credits) To arrange


Huston

Huston
Brunet
Huston
Huston
Brunet
Brunet

Brunet
Huston
Atkin
Brunet
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin
Atkin


Hubbell


Higgins
Higgins
Higgins
Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


22 Beginners Greek
102 Xenophon and Plato


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

(3 credits) 10 TThS
(3 credits) 10 MWF


L-111ll Anderson
L-1 Anderson


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

214 Theory and Practice of Natural Activities (2 credits) 10-12 TTh Y-Gym
216 History and Principles of Physical Education (3 credits) 9 MWF Y-134
304 Track (3 credits) 3 MWF P-10
312 Administration of HP1 (3 credits) 2 MWF Y-138
314 Theory and Practice of Natural Activities (2 credits) 10-12 TTh Y-Gym
344 Baseball (3 credits) 1 MWF P-10
0353 Practice in Conducting an Intramural Program (1 credit) To arrange Y-815



I Ey-Fh-Gy-Gn-Gk-HPl 11


A-S305
A-3S5

A-30S


Creighton
Creighton
Creighton
Creighton


Westfall
Westfall
Stanley
Westfall
Westfall
Clemons
Weatfall






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


0101 Europe During the Middle Ages
102 Europe During the Middle Ages
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
206 Latin-American History 1850-1934
210 French Revolution and Napoleon
304 American History 1830-1934
306 English History 1688-1934
510 Seminar


(3 credits) 9 T'hS
(3 credits)


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


10 TThS
10 MWKF
8 TThS
9 MYWF
1 MWF
2 MWF
8 MWF
9 TThS
10 TThS
11 MITF
2-4 M.


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


Pruning
Trucking
Plant Materials
Citrus Culture
Advanced Citrus Problems
Seminar


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


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


JOURNALISM (Jm)
Prof. E. J. Emig, Head (L-8)


Principles of News Writing
Introduction to Journalism
Principles of Newspaper Editing
Principles of Journalism
Newswriting
Newspaper Editing
Magazine Article V'.riting
Newspaper Management
Public Opinion
Contemporary Thought


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


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


22 Beginners Latin
32 Caesar
42 Virgil


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


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


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


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


9 MTWThF
10 M1W1
11 F
8 TThS
11 TTh
10 MTWF
8 T and 10 Th
9 MTThF
8 Th and 10-12 S
8 MVIF
11 TTh


Fy-He-Jm-Ln-Lw


P-209

P-206
P-201
P-112
P-112
P-112
P-209
P-112
P-112
P-112
P-201
P-112


Glunt

Payne
Payne
Payne
Leake
Payne
Glunt
Glunt
Leake
Leake
Payne
Leake


A-205
A-303
A-205
A-303
A-303
A-304


Floyd
Abbott
Floyd
Abbott
Abbott
Floyd


1 M
9 MWF
1 T
11 MWF
10 TThS
8 TThS
8 NMWF
10 M4F
11 TThS
9 TThS


L-56
Law-301
L-6
L-5
L-B
L-6
L-5
L-5
L-65
L-5


Lowry
Emig
Lowry
Emig
Lowry
Lowry
Lowry
Lowry
Emig
Emig


8 TThS
9 TThS
8 M 'F


P-203
P-203
P-203


W.A.Litt
. .A.Litt
W.A.Litt


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


Trusler
TeSelle
Cookrell
Crandall
Day
Cockrell
Cockrell
Slagle
Day
Crandall
TeSelle







LAW (Lw) Continued

418 Taxation (3 credits) 11 LIF Law-204 Crandall
502 Damages (2 credits) 10 MF Law-202 Trusler
506 Negotiable Instruments (3 credits) 8 MkVF Law-202 Day
508 Conflict of Laws (3 credits) 11 MWF Law-202 Slagle
0515 RIortgages (2 credits) 9 MW Law-202 Cookrell
516 Practice Court (1 credit) To arrange TeSelle,Day
520 Creditors Rights (3 credits) 9 TThS Law-204 TeSelle
522 Admiralty (2 credits) 11 TTh Law-202 Slagle
0601 Legal Research Hours and credits to arrange Staff


LIBRARY
Miss Cora Miltimore, Librarian

Reserve Reading Room is open frm 7:45 A.M. until 10 P.M. on MTWThF
and fro'" 7:45 .6.. until 5 .:Y. S and from 2 to 5 P.M. on Sunday.
The Reference Foom and Stacks do not open until 8 A.M.


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

083 Solid Geometry (3 credits) 4 IUF P-102 Deeb
085 Plane Trigonometry and Logarithms(3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF P-2 Kusner
Section 2 2 MWF P-I Phipps
0101 College Algebra (5 credits)
Section 3 6 :..WF P-102 Davis
Section 4 11 MWF P-i Simpson
Section 5 9 TThS P-102 Simpson
S-ction 6 8 MWF P-11 Molnnis
102 Plane .nal:.-tic Geometry (3 credits)
Secti on 1 9 MWF P-201 MoInmis
Section 2 10 MWF P-2 Davis
Section 3 1 MWF P-2 Kusner
Section 4 8 TThS P-11 Kokomoor
Section 5 10 TThS P-2 Wilson
104 Mathematics for Agriculture (3 credits)
Section 1 3 MWF P-102 Kokomoor
Section 2 8 TThS P-10 Davis
D107 Commercial Algebra (3 credits)
Section 1 1 MWF P-1 Melnnis
Section 2 11 TThS P-2 Davis
108 Business Mathematics (3 credits)
Section 1 10 MWF P-11 Kokomoor
Section 2 11 MWF P-102 Pirenian
Section 3 11 MWF P-2 Davis
Section 4 3 MWF P-208 Dostal
Section 5 3 MWF P-206 Germond
Section 6 9 TThS P-1 Molnnis
Section 7 10 TThS P-1 Mclnnis
)151 Elementry Kathematical Analysis (3 credits) 9 MWF P-I Phipps
152 Elementary Mathem'tical Analysis (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF P-206 Germond
Section 2 9 M)F P-208 Dostal
Section 3 9 K,'.F P-ll Kokomoor
Section 4 9 1:.F P-102 Pirenian
251 Differential Calculas (3 credits) 8 1YF L-109 Chandler
252 Integral Calculus (3 credits) 10 TThS P-102 Simpson
253 Differential Calculus (5 credits)
Section 1 8 1TWThF P-206 Germond,
:action 2 8 MTW'ThF P-4 Pirenian
254 Integral Calculus (5 credits)
Section 1 8 MTWThF P-1 Phipps






MATHEMATICS (Ms) Continued


Section 2 8 MTWThF P-208 Dostal
Section 3 8 MTWThF P-2 Kusner
*0311 Advanced College Algebra (3 credits) 9 TThS P-2 Kusner
*0421 Engineering Mathematics (3 credits) 10 TThS P-208 Dostal
508 Project in Mathematics of Finanoe(3 credits) To arrange
*518 Theory of Groups (3 credits) 11 TThS P-ll Pirenian
0521 Empirical Analysis and Curve Fitting (3 credits) 1 MWF P-206 Germond
524 Synthetic Projective Geometry (3 credits) li00-2:30 TTh P-102 Kokomoor
*552 Advanced Topics in Calculus (3 credits) 10 TThS P-9 Phipps
*556 Functions of a Complex Variable (3 credits) 1 MF and 8 W P-9 Simpson
Courses marked thus may be given at some other hour if more suitable.


MECHANIC ARTS (Mo)
Prof. A. J. Strong, Head (E-303)

0101 Woodworking (1 credit)
Section 1 2-5 M Shop Eshleman
Section 2 1-4 Th Shop Eshleman
Section 3 2-5 F Shop Eshleman
104 See Agricultural Engineering
202 Forge and Foundry (1 credit)
Section 1 (ChE) 11 T in E-211 Strong and 2-4 M in Shop Janes
Section 2 (EE) 9 F in B-208 Strong and 2-4 W in Shop Janes
Section 3 (ME) 1 F in E-202 Strong and 2-4 F in Shop Janes
204 Metalworking (1 credit) 9 T in E-211 Strong and 2-4 F in Shop Frash
304 Patternmaking (2 credits) 8 T in E-202 Strong and 2-5 W in Shop Frash
*308 Cabinetwork (2 credits) To arrange Shop Eshleman
To be given only if registration meets required number.


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (Ml)
Prof. Melvin Price, Head (E-101)

202 Mechanism (3 credits) 11 MWF L-10 Fineren
208 Kinematics (2 credits) 9 Th in E-211 and 9-12 S in E-300 Fineren
302 Machine Elements (2 credits)
Section 1 (4 EE) 2 W in E-202 and 3-6 W in E-300, E-304 Fineren
Section 2 (3 ME 1 T in E-202 and 2-5 T in E-300, E-304 Fineren
310 Thermodynamics (3 credits)
Section 1 (EE) 10 MWF B-209 Price
Section 2 (ME) 11 1AWF B-209 Price
316 Applied Mechanics (5 credits)
Section 1 (EE) 9 MWFS in E-211 Yeaton and 3-5 Th in E-211, E-103 Fineren
Section 2 (ChE, ME) 10 MWFS in L-211 Yeaton and 1-3 Th in E-211, E-103 Fineren
Section 3 (Ae, CE) 11 KWFS in E-211 Yeaton and 1-- F in L-211, E-103 Fineren
Section 4 (CE, ChE) (Laboratory only) 3-5 F' E-211, E-103 Fineren
320 Metallography (2 credits) 11 TTh in E-213 and 1-3 or W or 3-5 Th in E-102 Yeaton
410 Hunan Engineering (2 credits) 11 TTh B-210 Price
412 Mechanical Design (3 credits) 1 Th in L-213 and 2-5 ThF in E-207 Price and StO
418 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits) 2-6 T; E-211,E-103 Fineren
Thompsow
420 Mechanical Laboratory (2 credits) 1-5 1 E-211,E-103 Fineren
Thompso
422 Refrigeration (3 credits) 9 P:. E-209 Van Lee
424 Power Engineering (3 credits) 1 .:F E-209 Janes
428 Aeronautics (2 credits) 5 Ti. E-211 Thompso,
430 Aerodynamics (3 credits) 9 TTh and 8 S E-209 Price
464 See Ae 464
502 Advanced Mechanical Design (3 credits) To arrange Price
504 Mechanical Research (3 credits) To arrange Price, Yeaton


s-lc -Ml






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

Infantry courses 102, 202, 302, and 402 drill at 2, 3, and 4 T.
Artillery courses 104, 204, 304, and 404 must choose one two-hour drill
period. Batteries "A" and "B" 1-3 M; Batteries "C" and "D" 3-5 1; Bat-
teries "E" and "F" 1-3 T; Battery "G" 1-3 0; Battery "H" 3-5 7T; Batteries
"I" and "K" 1-3 Th; Batteries "L" and "M" 3-5 Th. Parade: All Batteries 4-5 T.


102 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
104 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
202 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
204 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
302 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
304 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
All sections meet at drill
402 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
404 Military Science
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3


102a Orchestra
102b Convocation Choir
Band Practice


(2 credits)
9 :MW
10 MI
8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
(2 credits)
8 MW
8 MW
9 !1
10 MWV
8 TTh
8 TTh
9 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
10 TTh
(2 credits)
9 MW
10 MW
8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
(2 credits)
8 1W
9 MW
10 IM'
8 TTh
9 TTh
10 TTh
(2 credits)
10 rMWF
11 WMTF
1 M1F
(2 credits)
8 MW
9 MW
9 TTh
field 3-5 Tuesday
(2 credits)
9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF
(2 credits)
9 MWF
10 MWF
1 MWF


A-106
B-210
A-106
A-106
A-106

B-203
S-202
A-104
L-212
B-203
B-210
B-205
B-210
B-205
B-210

Bu-305
Bu-301
Bu-301
P-206
P-4

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

Law-301
Law-301
Law-301

Law-301
B-208
B-208


B-209
B-208
B-205

C-110
E-202
B-209


Muller
Muller
Muller
Muller
Muller

Quekemeyer
Dodd
Quekemeyer
Dodd
Dodd
Quekemeyer
Dodd
Quekemeyer
Dodd
Quekemeyer

Davis
Davis
Davis
Davis
Davis

Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett
Bennett

Adams
Adams
Adams

Williams
Williams
Williams


Lange
Lange
Lange

C.onnor
Connor
Connor


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

(1 credit) 7 P.M. MTh Auditorium Brown
(1 credit) 11 T Auditorium DeBruyn
5 MW and 4 T Auditorium Brown


My-Msc






PAINTING AND COMkECIAL ART (Pg)
Prof. Rudolph Weaver, Head (F-204)


Pictorial Composition
Freehand Drawing
Oil Painting
Pictorial Composition
Poster Design
Freehand Drawing
Oil Painting
Oil Painting
Pictorial Composition
Illustration
Freehand Drawing
Oil Painting
Pictorial Composition
Oil Painting
American Art History


(2 credits)
(4 credits)
(2 credits)
(3 credits)
(3 credits)
(4 credits)
(4 credits)
(3 credits)
(4 credits)
(3 credits)
(4 credits)
(S credits)
(5 credits) 9-12 MWF
(6 credits)
(2 credits)


8 1W
10-12 daily
1-4 1,;
8 M157
9 MWTF
10-12 daily
1-5 MWF
1-4 MrWF
9 1,F
9 lI.'F
10-12 daily
1-4 '.;:F & 2-5
and 10-12 TThS
1-4 ''$iF & 2-5
4 iT'


PHARMACOGNOSY (Pgy)
Prof. B. V. Christensen, Head (0-314)


222 Piactical Pharmacognosy
242 Drug Plant Histology
342 Microscopy of Drugs


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


10-12 TThS C-316
1-3 WF C-316
11 F and 8-10 TTh C-316


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


362 Pharmacological Standardization (4 credits) 11 MW
Laboratory A 1-5 M
Laboratory B 1-5 Th
452 Principles of Biologicals (3 credits) 9 MWF
456 New Remedies (4 credits) 10 TTh in C-400 and 1-5 F in
512 Advanced Pharmacology (4 credits) 10 MW in


C-316 Christensen
0-400 Christensen
C-400 Christensen
C-316 Christensen
Library Fo-N
C-400 and to arrange Christensen


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

Introductory Lectures (1 credit) 10 F C-110 Foote
Galenical Pharmacy (5 credits) 11 MWF in C-110 and 1-6 M in 0-306 Husa
Organic and Analytical Pharmacy (5 credits) 9 MWF in 0-212 & 1-4. TW in 0-306 Foote
Prescriptions and Dispensing (3 credits) 11 T in 0-216 and 1-5 M in 0-306 Husa
Commercial Pharmacy (4 oredith) 10 M and 9 TThS 0-216 Husa
Pharmaceutical Arithmetic (2 credits) 10 WF C-216 Husa
Advanced Galenical Pharmacy (2 credits) To arrange Husa
Advanced Pharmacy (2 credits) To arrange Husa


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


Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) 10 MWF
Philosophy of Religion (3 credits) 11 MWF
History of Philosophy (3 credits) 11 TThS
Philosophy of Nature (3 credits) 4-6 M
Philosophic Conception of the Great English Poets
(3 credits 4-6 T


P-209
P-209
P-209
P-209


Enwall
Enwall
Enwall
Enwmll


P-209 Enwall


Pg-Pgy-Ply-Phy-Ppy


P-306
--109
P-201
P-306
P-306
P-109
F-201
P-201
P-306
F-306
P-109
TTh P-201
P-301
TTh P-201
P-306


Mittell
Stageberg
Mittell
Mittell
Mittell
Stageberg
Mittell
Mittell
Mittell
Mittell
Stageberg
Mittell
Mittell
Mittell
Mittell


Christensen
Christensen
Christensen





PHYSICAL EDUCATIONN (Fl)
Prof. L. G. Haskell, Head (Gym)


102 Physical Education
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
Section 16
Section 17 (Restricted)


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

102 Elementary Physics (3 credits)
Section 1 11 T in B-203 & 8
Section 2 11 T in B-203 & 8
104 Laboratory for Physics 102 (2 credits)
Section 1 1-4 F
Section 2 1-4 F
Section 3 1-4 Th
206 Meohanicsj Heat; Sound; Electricity; Light (3 credits)
Demonstration (all sections) 11 Th
Section 1 10 MWF
Section 2 10 MWF
Section 5 11 MWF
Section 4 11 MWF
208 Laboratory for Physics 206 (2 credits)
Problems (all sections) 8 S
Section 1 2-5 M
Section 2 1-4 T
Section 3 1-4 T
Section 4 2-5 W
Section 5 2-5 Th
Section 6 2-5 Th
Section 7 1-4 F
0211 Mechanics, Heat and Sound (3 credits) 9 MWF
212 Mechanics, Heat and Sound, Light and Electricity (8 credits)
Demonstration (all sections) 11 T
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 9 MIF
Section 3 9 MWF
Section 4 11 MWF
0213 Laboratory for Physics 0211 (2 credits) 1-4 W
214 Laboratory for Physics 212 (2 credits)
Section 1 1-4 M
Section 2 2-5 M
Section 3 1-4 T
Section 4 1-4 W
Section 5 2-5 W
Section 6 1-4 Th
292 Meteorology (3 credits) 9 MF and 2-4 W
304 Advanced Experimental Physics (3 credits) To arrange
0309 Light (3 credits) 8 TTh in B-208
312 Electricity and Magnetism (3 credits) 9 TTh in B-307
2-5 W in B-504


MWF in B-
MWF in E-

B-306
B-306
B-306

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

B-203
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-307
B-210

B-203
B-210
B-205
B-203
A-205
B-307


205 Williamson
209 Knowles

Knowles
Knowles
Furman

Perry,Swanson
Perry
Swanson
Perry
Swanson

Perry,Swanson
Swansor
Furman
Perry
Cochran
Cochran
Perry
Perry
Perry

Williamson
Bless
Williamson
Holloway
Knowles
Bless


B-306 Bless
B-306 Cochran
B-306 Holloway
B-306 Holloway
B-306 Ragan
B-306 Furman
B-303 Perry
Staff
& 2-5 T in B-304 Williamson
Williamson and
Xnowles


Pl-Ps


(1 credit)


8 IW
8 TTh
9 MW
9 TTh
10 MW
10 TTh
11 MW
11 TTh
1 MTh
1 WF
2 MTh
2 WF
3 MTh
3 WF
4 MTh
4 WF
5 MW


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PHYSICS (Ps) Continued

322 Advanced Physics (3 credits) 11 MWF B-307 Bless
422 Electron Physics (3 credits) 11 T and 2-5 Th B-303 Knowles
508 Thermodynamics (3 credits) To arrange Bless
510 Physical Optics (3 credits) 11 MWF B-303 Williamson
628 Colloquium (j credit) 4 alternate Fridays B-202 Williamson


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

0101 American Government and Politics (3 credits) 11 MWF S-202 Green
102 American Government and Politics (3 credits)
Section 1 11 MWF P-112 Leake
Section 2 8 TThS C-212 Glunt
Section 3 1 MWF A-106 Green
Section 4 2 MWF A-206 Dauer
Section 5 10 TThS P-201 Green
Section 6 10 1WF L-109 Dauer
Section 7 9 TThS C-212 Green
Section 8 11 HWF A-206 Glunt
202 Principles of Political Science (3 credits) 9 MWF P-9 Dauer
204 State and Municipal Administration (3 credits)8 MWF P-201 Green
302 U.S. Constitutional Law (3 credits) 10 MWF P-112 Leake
306 Political Theories (3 credits) 8 TThS P-9 Dauer


POULTRY HUSBANDRY (Py)
Prof. N. W. Sanborn, Head (H-203)

102 Farm Poultry (3 credits)
Section 1 11 TThS A-206 Guy
Section 2 9 MWF A-205 Guy
202 Commercial Poultry (3 credits) 9 TThS A-205 Guy
502 Research (2 credits) To arrange A-205 Sanborn


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

0101 Psychology of Study (3 credits) 3 MWF P-114 Williams
0201 General Psychology (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF P-10 Hinckley
Section 2 10 MWF P-102 Williams
Section 3 9 TThS P-11 Mosier
Section 4 10 TThS F-ll Losier
206 Business Psychology (3 credits) 11 MWF P-11 Mosier
304 Experimental Psychology (3 credits) 1-3 MWf P-114 Williams
0305 Social Psychology (3 credits) 9 TThS P-10 Williams
310 Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) 10 MWF P-10 Hinckley
314 History and Systems of Psychology(3 credits) To arrange Williams,
424 Sensation (3 credits) To arrange Hinckley
502 Experimental Psychology (3 credits) To arrange P-110 Hinckley
506 Psycho-Physical Theory in the Construction of Tests (3 credits) To arrange
510 Readings in Abnormal Psychology (3 credits) 10 MWF P-10 Hinckley
514 Readings in History and Systems of Psychology (3 credits) To arrange Williamp


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

0111 Introduction to Social Studies (3 credits) 9 TThS L-314 Beaty
112 Introduction to Sociology (3 credits)
Section 1 (for freshmen) 2 ,.WF L-211 Bristol,Welq


Ps-Pol-Py-Psy-Sy






SOCIOLOGY (By) Continued

Section 2 (for upperclassmen) 10 MWF
Section 3 2 MW and 3 I
304 Cultural Development of U.S. (3 credits) 9 MWF
#0323b Sooial Pathology (1I credits) 7:00-8:30 P,
324 Crime and Treatment (3 credits) 2:00-3:30 T
0441 Principles of Sociology (3 credits) 2 MW and to
444 The Family (2 credits) 10 TTh
542 Seminar in Applied Sociology (3 credits) 1:00-3:30 S
# Open only to those students who have completed the


SPANISH (Sh)
Prof. C. L. Crow, Head (L-05)

021 Elementary Spanish (3 credits) 10 TThS
22 Elementary Spanish (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF
Section 2 11 MWF
Section 8 10 TThS
0101 Second Year Spanish (3 credits) 10 TThS
102 Second Year Spanish (3 credits)
Section 1 8 MWF
Section 2 9 MWF
Section 5 9 TThS
202 Advanced Syntax and Reading (3 credits) 9 TThS
304 Survey of Spanish Literature (3 credits) 10 MWF
314 Advanced Composition and Conversation (3 credits) 2 MWF
324 Comneroial Spanish (3 credits) 2 MWF
404 Literature of the Golden Age (3 credits) 8 TThS
414 Phonetios (3 credits) 8 MWF


P-4
F P-4
P-4
.M. W P-4
Th P-4
arrange P-8


Bristol,Weld
Bristol,Weld
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol
Bristol


L-314 Beaty
P-4 Bristol
first half of the course.


Bu-501 DeGaetani


Bu-201
L-203
L-203
8-202

L-203
L-203
Bu-305
L-203
Bu-204
L-307
L-203
L-314
L-307


DeGaetani
Hathaway
Hathaway
Higgins

Hathaway
Hathaway
DeGaetani
Hathaway
DeGaetani
DeGaetani
Higgins
Hauptmann
Hauptmann


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

All students taking work in the Department of Speech must have completed Eh 101 and Eh 102.

0201 Public Speaking (3 credits)
Section 1 10 MWF P-206 Hopkins
Section 2 9 WMF Aud. Hopkins
202 Persuasive Speaking (3 credits)
Section 1 9 MWF P-209 Constans
Section 2 10 MFW P-208 Constans
204 Argumentation and Debating (3 credits) 11 MWF P-205 Hopkins
212 Court Room Speaking (3 credits) 11 MWF P-208 Constans
214 Parliamentary Practice and Public Discussion (2 credits) 10 TTh P-209 Hopkins
0357 Business Speaking (3 credits) 1 TTh and 2 Th P-205 Constans
*0403 Contemporary Drama (3 credits) To arrange Constans
*404 Dramatic Production (3 credits) To arrange Constans
Only one of these courses will be given, depending upon demand.


VETERINARY SCIENCE (Vy)
Prof. A. L. Shealy, Head (Ex-108)


306 Animal Physiology
402 Poultry Diseases


(4 credits) 10 MWF in A-803 & 5-5 M in H-216 Shealy
(2 credits) 11 TTh H-215 Shealy


Sy-Sh-Soh-Vy























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