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I


The University Record

of the


University of Florida


Bulletin of the

School of Architecture and

Allied Arts

With Announcements for the
Year 1930-31


Vol. XXV


Series


Extra No. 9


June 30, 1930


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University


Record


University


Florida


is issued


once


every


month except June,


when it is issued six times.


The Record comprises:


Reports of


President


Board


Control,


Bulletin


of General


leges of


Information,
SUniversity,


annual


announcements


announcements


special


individual


courses


instruction,


and reports of the University Officers.


These bulletins


will be sent


gratuitously to


persons who


apply


them.


The applicant


formation is desired.


should
Address


specifically


state which


bulletin


or what


THE


REGISTRAR


University


of Florida


Gainesville,


Florida


Research


Publications.-Research


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search work.


Papers are published as separate monographs numbered in sev-


series.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Faculty


General


Inform action ........................................................................................


Admission


Curricula


Curricula


in Architecture


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SCHOOL


ARCHITECTURE


AND


ALLIED


ARTS


ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS


JOHN J. TIGERT, M.A.


(Oxon.
M.A.,


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., D.C.L., LLD., President of the University


JAMES


MARION


FARR,


Ph.D.,


Vice-President,


Professor


of English Lan-


guage and Literature


RUDOLPH


WEAVER,


B.S., A.I.A.,


Director


of the School


Architecture


Allied Arts


HARLEY
DOROTHY


WILLARD


CHANDLER,


FOSTER, B.A.,


Director


of Admissions,


Registrar


Secretary


THE FACULTY


RUDOLPH


WEAVER, B.


A.I.A


Professor of


Architecture


HENRY


NORTON


JUNE,


A.I.A.,


Professor


in Architecture


O. C. R.


STAGEBERG, B.S. Arch., Assistant Professor in Architecture


WALTER K. LONG, B.F.A.,


Assistant


Professor


of Drawing and


Painting


FRED


WILLIAM


HANNAFORD, B.A.,


Instructor in


ARNETT, B.S. Arch.,


Graduate


Architecture
e Assistant


OTHER DEPARTMENTS


A list


of faculty members


in other


colleges


which


courses


required


by but not taught in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts can be found


in the bulletins of the Colleges which administer those subjects.


Such courses


are listed on page 15 et seq.

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ARCHITECTURE


GENERAL


INFORMATION


HISTORY


University


authorities established a School


of Architecture in the fall


1925,


offering for the first time


in Florida


a four-year


curriculum leading


to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Architecture.


Following the successful


operation of these architectural courses there was a growing demand for addi-


tional


instruction


The scope


in drawing,


work


design,


was therefore


painting
enlarged,


other


related


on May


subjects.


1929,


name was changed to


established


sible


hool of Architecture and Allied Arts,


an independent division of instruction having a


to the


which was


Director respon-


President.


LOCATION

The University is located in the north central part of Florida in the attrac-


tive city of


Gainesville with its


principal


avenues lined


broad


trees


or palms.


The famous Dixie Highway skirts the campus.


This highway makes


University


easily accessible by


motor from


parts of the country.


Atlantic


Coast


Seaboard


Air Line


railroad


service,


there is a landing field for aeroplanes.

CLIMATE


The State of Florida is far-famed for its all-year round climate.


This mag-


nificent
in such


and almost


exclusive


numbers,


permits


feature,


which


the comfortable


is attracting people


conduct


to the


outdoor


state


classes


and year round outdoor athletic events.

QUARTERS AND EQUIPMENT


School


is located


in Peabody


Hall.


drafting


rooms


occupy


entire third floor.


The offices of the Architect to the State Board


Control


are on
is such


the second


floor


student


cooperation


at any


time


between


see the


this office
practical


the School


operation


architect's
constantly


office


observe


being erected


construction


of the


buildings


which


on the campus.


University


Library


contains


a splendid


selection


books


related


Architecture and the


Allied Arts.


This library


is augmented


yearly


state


appropriation, by private donations, and by the State Board of Architecture,
which turns over to the School for library purposes all surplus funds derived
from fees paid by those who take the examination to practice in Florida. This
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GENERAL


INFORMATION


a daylight screen,
darkened lecture


which


can be set


up anywhere


without


necessity


COURSES OF STUDY


AND DEGREES


The courses


in Architecture are


for those


students


desire


to become


architects or to enter some related field of endeavor in which beauty is com-


bined with utility.


The demand for buildings for many uses, their decoration,


furnishing and


equipment


has always


one of


principal


activities of


the human race, and this demand increases as civilization becomes more com-


plex.


This need requires a continuous supply


of trained designers and crafts-


men in the major art of building and the minor arts of its accessories.


the aim of this course to


prepare students to enter these


fields as draftsmen,


designers, inspectors and superintendents of construction, specification


teachers,


and ultimately


as general


practitioners


or specialists


writers,
in their


chosen field.


There is a four-year


in Architecture and


course


a special


leading


to the


degree of Bachelor


course for mature students for which


Science
a certifi-


cate is given.


The demand


for other courses


in the


arts has been


met by the


introduc-


tion of a curriculum which, in progressive stages, prepares
enter the fields of Advertising Design, Illustration and Mural


the completion
Arts is given.


four-year


curriculum


degree


the st
Paintin


Bachelor


udent


Upon
Fine


SUMMER SESSION


University conducts a summer session which


be taken advantage


students


enough


credit


entrance


to the


freshman


class,


students


failed


in some


subject,


those


desire


as much


training


as possible


in the few


years


which


can devote


to their university studies.


RELATED


SUBJECTS


student


in Architecture


may


find in the curricula


other


colle


interesting and related subjects for electives such as Landsc


ape Design, given


in the College


of Agriculture,


other


subjec:s


offered


the College


Engineering and


other


divisions of


University.


STUDENT WORK


drawings


or prizes


prepared


become


in the School


property


or submitted for


School,


degrees,


and the students


diplomas,


register


courses and submit their work on this understanding.


In practice, however, the


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This work is dedicated


to the School and may


become a


of the


perma.


nent collection.
SPECIAL LECTURES

Prominent men from related fields of endeavor and from the various chap-


ters of


American Institute


Architects


Florida


Association


Architects


are invited


lectures


which


are intended


to acquaint


student with the best professional thought and with


F. A. A.


The Florida Association
to the student doing the bes


the culture of our times.


MEDAL


of Architects has awarded a gold medal annually
;t work throughout the year. The Association has


also created a loan fund for deserving and needy students.


STUDENT


ORGANIZATIONS


If the student completes


first two


years'


work with


an average of


quality


points,


becomes


eligible


for membership


in the


Gargoyle


Club.


This club has as its purposes the unification of the student group, the develop-
ment of leadership, the encouragement of creative effort, and the appreciation
of the fine arts.


Students


of the


the Bulletin of


School
General


are eligible
Information.


to various


national


honor


societies.


FEES


There


no tuition


School


Architecture


Allied


Arts.


Laboratory fees for the various courses involving the use of the drafting rooms
and equipment are as specified in the descriptions of courses. For other ex-


penses


see the Bulletin of


General Information.


ADMISSION


TO THE


UNIVERSITY


For general requirements on admission to the University


28 of the Bulletin of General Information for the year


see pp. 26,


1930-31


27 and


. For conveni-


ence the* specified


entrance


units are repeated here


additional


anits


required for each course of study.

For the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Architecture:


English
Algebra


Plane
Solid


Geometry
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GENERAL


INFORM TION


a candidate


for admission


presents


one additional


unit


in history


one additional unit in science, or if he presents two additional units in either


history or science, he need not


present a foreign


language.


A student


be registered


for the freshman


year


conditioned


in solid


geometry,
sophomore


trigonometry,


year


physics,


all conditions


not be


in entrance


registered


are removed.


For the course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts:
E english ...................................................................... 3
A algebra ................... ....... .......... .. ........... ................. 1


Plane


Geometry


History
Science


Foreign
Approved

Total


Language .... ..... ........................-...... .. ... 2
E electives ................................................ 7

.............................................................. 16


a candidate


for admission


one additional in science


presents


one additional


, or if he presents two additional


unit in history
units in either


tory or science


he need not


present a foreign language.


ADULT SPECIAL STUDENTS


A mature student


21 years of


age or


more


pursue


a special


three


course


adequately


prepared


study,


providing


and has


l he can
reasons


satisfy


Director that


for desiring


pursue


course of study.


Special


courses do not lead


to a


given at the completion of either two or three year

ADVANCED STANDING


degree,
s' work.


but a


certificate


For admission to advanced standing see General Bulletin for

GRADUATE STUDY


1929-30, p. 32.


The Gradaute School


offers the degree of Master of


in Architecture.


Graduates


of the


University


of Florida


or of other


institutions


of like


a satisfactory


are eligible for


record,


admittance to


including


the Graduate


required


School.


foundation


For further


courses,


information


write to the Dean of


the Graduate School.


ARCHITECTURAL REGISTRATION AND PRACTICE


A graduate in the four-year course in Architecture may become registered


to practice in the State of Florida,


providing he


has also obtained two


years'


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CURRICULA


CURRICULUM


IN ARCHITECTURE


Leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in Architecture


First Semester


Second Semester


Names of Courses Credits Names of Courses Credits

Freshman Year

Ae. 101-Architectural Design ............ 3 Ae. 102-Architectural Design .......... 3
Ae. 112--Elements of Beauty.............. 1
Ae. 121--Freehand Drawing ................ 2 Ae. 122--Freehand Drawing ................ 2
Ae. 123-Geometrical Drawing ............ 3 Ae. 124-Geometrical Drawing ............ 2
Eh. 101-Rhetoric and Composition......3 Eh. 102-Rhetoric and Composition.... 3
Ms. 101-College Algebra ..................... 3 Ms. 102-Plane Analytic Geometry.... 3
Modern Language-French, German
or Spanish .......................................... 3 Modern Language-Continued .............. 3
My. 101-Infantry .................................... 2 My. 102-Infantry .................................. 2
P1. 101-Gymnastics .............................-----. 1 P1. 102-Gymnastics ............................ 1

20 20

Sophomore Year

Ae. 201-Architectural Design .......... 2 Ae. 202-Architectural Design ............ 3
Ae. 221--Freehand Drawing ................ 2 Ae. 222-F'reehand Drawing ................ 2
Ae. 225-Elementary Water Color........ 2
Ae. 227-Perspective ............ .................. 2
Ae. 231-History of Architecture........ 2 Ae. 232-History of Architecture...... 2
Ps. Ill-General Physics Lecture........ 3 Ps. 112-General Physics Lecture........ 3
Ps. 113-General Physics Demonstra- Ps. 114-General Physics Demonstra-
tion ................... ........ ......... ............. ..... 1 tion ......... ................... .............. ............ 1
Language--English or Foreign .............. 3 Language--Continued ............................ 3
My. 201- Infantry .................................... 2 My. 202- Infantry .................................... 2
Ms. 254- Calculus .................................... 5

19 21

Junior Year

Ae. 301-Architectural Design ............ 5 Ae. 302-Architectural Design .......... 4
Ae. 310--Residence Design .................. 1
Ae. 314-Theory of Composition ........ 1
Ae. 321-Freehand Drawing ................ 2 Ae. 326--Water Color ............................ 2
Ae. 331-History of Architecture-........ 2 Ae. 332-History of Architecture........ 2
Ae. 351-Building Construction .......... 3 Ae. 352-Building Construction .......... 3
Ml. 315--Applied Mechanics ................ 5 Ml. 316--Applied Mechanics ................ 4
Cl. 308--Graphic Statics .....2...........:.... 2
Cl. 101-- Survey ing ................................ 2

19 19


Senior


Year


Ae. 401-Architectural


Design


Ae. 435-Decorative Arts ......................
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Ae. 402-Architectural Design ........
Ae. 416-Professional Practice .........
Ae. 454--Concrete Design ...................
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CURRICULA


CURRICULA


THE CURRICULUM


IN PAINTING


Leading to the degree


Bachelor


of Fine


First Semester


Second Semester


Names


of Courses


Credits


Names of Courses


Credits


Freshman


Year


Drawing


Pg. 113-Pictorial Composition .......... 2
Pg. 103--Poster Design .................... .... 2
Pg. 101--Abstract Design .--................. 1
Pg. 105--Advertising Design ................ 2
Pg. 115-Principles of Commercial
Art .....- ...............................................--- 1
Eh. 101-Rhetoric and Composition.. 3
Hy. 101-Europe During Middle Ages 3
My. 101-gInfantry .1.-....-..-.... ........ 2
PI. 101- Gymnastics .............................. 1


Ae. 122-Freehand Drawing ................
Ae. 112-Elements of Beauty................
Pg. 114-Pictorial Composition .........
Pg. 104--Poster Design .............
Pg. 102--Abstract Design ................
Pg. 106--Advertising Design ...............


Eh. 102-Rhetoric and Composition....
Hy. 102-Europe During Middle Ages
My. 102-Infantry ...................................
Pt. 102-Gymnastics...................


Sophomore


Year


Ae. 221-Freehand Drawing ...............
Ae. 225-Water Color ....................... ....
Ae. 227- Perspective ..............................
Pg. 203--Poster Design ......................
Pg. 213-Pictorial Composition ..........
Pg. 223-Oil Painting Studio................


Hy. 201-Modern
My. 201-Infantry


European History....


Ae. 222-Freehand


Drawing


6-Water Color ....... ..........
8-- odeling ..................................
6--Anatomy .......................
4-Pictorial Composition............


4-Oil


Painting


02-Modern
02-Infantry


Studio..............


European


History..


Junior Year

Ae. 321--Freehand Drawing ................ 2
Ae. 231-Architectural History ............ 2 Ae. 232-Architectural History .......... 2
Pg. 313-Pictorial Composition ............ 2 Pg. 214-Pictorial Composition .......... 2
Pg. 328- Sketch ..................................... 2
Pg. 323-Oil Painting Studio .............. 3 Pg. 324-Oil Painting Studio................ 3
Pg. 321-Illustration ..............................2 Pg. 322-Illustration ..............................
Pg. 325-Anatomy .................................. 2 Pg. 326---Anatomy .................................. 2
E lectives .s... .......... ............. ............. 6 E lectives .................................................. 6

18 18

Senior Year
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Ae. 521-Advanced F'reehand Draw-
ing ..... ...... ... .....- ............ ...............-- 2
Ae. 435-Decorative Art ....-...-............... 1
Pg. 413-Pictorial Composition .......... 2 Pg. 414-Pictorial Composition............ 2
Pg. 423-Oil Painting Studio................ 4 Pg. 424-Oil Painting Studio.............. 4
Pg. 407-- Research Design .................... 3 Pg. 408-Research Design .............. .. 3
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ARCHITECTURE


DEPARTMENTS


OF INSTRUCTION


Subjects


odd numbers


are given


in the


semester


and subjects


with even numbers are given in the second semester unless the number begins
with 0 in which case the reverse is true.
The number of hours given is the number of hours which the class meets
per week.


The number of


credits


is the


number of


semester credit


hours earned


each student who receives a passing grade (A, B, C, or D)


completed.


when the subject is


Unless specifically stated credit may be obtained for one semester


a year course.


Subjects numbered 200 or above are not open to freshmen; subjects num-


bered


300 or


above


are not


open


to sophomores


subjects


numbered


above are not open to juniors


subjects numbered 500 or above are for gradu-


ate students.


abbreviations


are wherever


possible


first and


letter


the first word of the department name.


Occasionally,


a third


central letter is


demanded
identical.


to distinguish between


departments where first


and last letters are


ARCHITECTURE


Ae. 101-102.-Architectural


Design.


hours drafting with


occasional


lectures.
Beginning


credits.


course


Weaver


Architecture.


assisted


Small


Arnett.


problems


in design


using


wall, roof, pier and beam as structural elements.


Simple decorative elements.


Lec-


tures on composition.


Second semester a continuation


search,


with larger problems and some emphasis on re-


draftsmanship and rendering.


Laboratory fee:


$1 per semester.


Ae. 112.-Elements of Beauty.


1 hour.


A discussion of the principles of beauty


credit.


as manifested


Weaver.
in nature.


Lectures on


the use of these principles in Architecture.


Special lectures


are given on the drama,


poetry, music and other arts.


Assigned readings and reports.


121-122.-Freehand


Drawing.


6 hours drawing.


4 credits.


Long.


First


third


of semester


devoted to


outdoor sketching


in pencil.


Remainder


semester, charcoal drawing from


casts


and still life.


Laboratory fee:


semester.


Ae. 123.-Geometrical Drawing.


1 hour and 6 hours drafting.


3 cred-


June.


Descriptive Geometry with architectural problems which


use the principles stud-


led. Drafting technique.


Ae. 124.-Geometrical Drawing.


6 hours drafting.


2 credits.


June.


A continuation


of Ae. 123.


Shades and shadows;


additional


problems


in pro-


jection.


Elementary perspective.


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DEPAR TMENTS


INSTRUCTION


Ae. 202.-Architectural


Design.


hours


drafting.


credits.


Stage-


berg.


A continuation


of Ae. 201.


Planning


and composition,


research


and drafts-


manship.


Prerequisite: Ae. 201.
Laboratory fee: $2.


Ae. 221-222.-Freehand Drawing.


6 hours drawing.


4 credits.


Long.


Outdoor sketching and charcoal drawing from the


cast during


Cast drawing continued in second semester with last third


g the first semester.


devoted


to compositions


of archaeological


material


drawn


in charcoal.


Prerequisite: A
Laboratory fee:


,e. 122.
$1 per semester.


225-226.-Elementary


Water


Color.


hours


studio


with


occa-


sional


lectures.


4 credits.


Long.


Color theory and methods of


applying water color.


Still life and simple


land-


escapes.


Prerequisite:
Laboratory f


Ae. 122.


Fee: $1 per semester.


Ae. 227.-Perspective.


1 hour and


hours drafting.


credits. Stage-


berg.
A discussion of the phenomena of perspective and methods of representing


tance,


followed


by drawing


architectural


perspectives.


Prerequisites:


Ae. 102, Ae.


Ae. 228.-Modeling.


6 hours studio.


credits.


Long.


Modeling
Elective


architectural forms


in clay.


Original


problems


mass


composition.


for architectural students.


Laboratory fee:


Ae. 231-232.-History of Architecture.


hours.


4 credits.


Stageberg.


Egyptian,


architecture.


Assyrian,
Historical


Persian,


and other


Greek,


Roman,


influences.


Early


Materials


Christian,


and methods


and Byzantine


of construc-


tion.


Lectures,


assigned readings and


drawings.


Ae. 231 prerequisite to


Ae. 232.


Ae. 301.-Architectural Design.


15 hours drafting.


5 credits.


Stage-


berg.


A continuation of


Ae. 202.


Plans, elevations, sections.


Rendered studies. Sketch


problems.


Prerequisite:
Laboratory f


Ae. 202.


"ee: $2.


Ae. 302.-Architectural
semester. 4 credits.
Continuation of Ae. 301.


Design.


15 hours


drafting first


14 weeks


Stageberg.
Larger problems.


Prerequisite: Ae. 301.
Laboratory fee: $2.


Ae. 310.-Residence Design.


15 hours drafting last


weeks of semes-


credit.


Stageberg.


Planning of houses from the point of


view


of use and the social habits of the


owner.


Arrangement of furniture and location


of kitchen


equipment.


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OF THE SCHOOL OF


ARCHITECTURE


Ae. 321.-Freehand Drawing.


6 hours studio.


2 credits.


Long.


Life.


Charcoal sketching


alternating


with


quick


pencil


sketching


from


action


poses.


Careful


charcoal


figure studies.


Prerequisite: Ae. 222.
Laboratory fee: $1.


Ae. 326.-Water Color.


6 hours


studio.


2 credits.


Long.


Application of principles covered in Ae.


Still life, landscape, architectural


rendering.


Prerequisite: Ae. 225.
Laboratory fee: $1.
Ae. 331-332.-History


Architecture.


hours.


4 credits.


June.


Romanesque,
and sketching.


Gothic


, Renaissance


and Modern


Architecture.


Reference


reading


Prerequisite:


Ae. 232.


351-352.-Building Construction.


2 hours and 3 hours drafting.


credits.


Stageberg.


The nature and properties of
Prerequisite: Ae. 202, Ae. 124.
401-402.-Architectural


building materials.


Design.


18 hours


Methods of


drafting.


construction.


credits.


June.


Advanced


Architectural


Design


covering


more


complex


problems


of plan-


ning and composition.


Prerequisite:


Ae. 302.


Laboratory fee: $4 per semester.
416.-Professional Practice.


1 hour.


credit.


Weaver.


Lectures on the ethics and methods of modern practice.


Prerequisite:


Senior standing.


435.-Decorative Arts.


1 hour.


1 credit.


Long.


A brief


study


of the decorative


arts allied


with


Architecture.


Lectures


with


assigned reading and research plates.


Prerequisites:


Ae. 326,


Ae. 332.


454.-Concrete


Design.


2 hours


hours drafting.


credits.


Hannaford.


Reinforced concrete design


Prerequisites:


of typical architectural problems.


Cl. 306, MI. 315 and MI. 316.


455.-Working Drawings.


hours drafting.


credits.


June.


The preparation of scale drawings and details as issued to the builder in actual
practice.
Prerequisite: Ae. 352.


464.-Heating


Ventilating.


hours,


first


semester.


credit.
Lectures


Yeaton.


and exercises


in architectural


problems.


Prerequisite:


Ae. 455.


466.-Electric Lighting.


hours, second


of semester.


credit.


Weil.


Tl a *t =.


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DEPARTMENTS (


GRADUATE


)F INSTRUCTION


COURSES


For descriptions of the following courses
501-502.-Architectural Design.


see the Bulletin


of Graduate


School


Ae. 521-522.-Advanced
Ae. 525-526.-Advanced
Ae. 531-532.-Historical


Freehand


Water


Drawing.


Color.


Research.


Ae. 551-552.-Building Construction.


CIVIL

Administered in


ENGINEERING

the Engineering College


Cl. 101.-Surveying.


1 hour and


hours field and drawing-room work.


credits.


Lowe.


Recitations on


the use of


chain,


compass,


transit, and level;


determination


areas,


and instrumental


adjustments.


Field


work


in chaining,


leveling,


compass


and transit surveys.


Drawing room


work in calculations from field notes, and map-


drawing.


Prerequisite:


Ms. 85.


Laboratory fee: $3.


Cl. 308.-Graphic Statics.


hour and


hours drawing-room


work.


credits.


Reed.


Recitations


and drawing


room


exercises


in the


computation


of forces;


plotting of diagrams in


elementary graphics and


roof-truss; design of


a roof-truss.


403-404.-Structural
hours drawing-room


Engineering.


work;


second


First


semester,


semester,


hours


hours


hours


drawing room


work.


credits,


divided


Reed.


Recitations and drawing room work in the graphic analysis of girders and bridge


trusses.
bridges;


Theory and design of wooden and steel


foundations.


Theory


and computations


roof trusses


of stresses


; highway and railroad


various


types


bridges and


buildings.


Drawing room


design.


Prerequisites


MI. 315, M1. 316, and CI. 308.


ECONOMICS

Administered in the College of Commerce and Journalism


307.-Introduction


to Economics.


hours.


credits.


Bigham,


Chace.


A brief study of our economic organization and


the principles involved


nomic activities.


ENGLISH


Administered


in the College of


Arts and


Sciences


Eh. 21.-Minihmum Essentials of English.


hours.


No credit.


Robert-


son and


staff.


An elementary


course in


fundamentals of


grammar,


punctuation


and sentence


construction, designed to meet the needs of freshmen deficient in preparatory


Eng-


eco-







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ARCHITECTURE


Eh. 101-102.-Rhetoric and Composition.


hours.


6 credits.


No cred-


it toward


a degree


allowed


until


entire 6


credits


earned.


Robertson


staff.


To train students


in methods of


clear


and forceful


expression.


Instruction


carried on simultaneously in formal rhetoric, and in theme writing.
Required of all freshmen.


. 411-412.-Engineering
toward a degree will b


Exposition.


allowed


hour.


until


credits.


entire


credit


credits


are


earned.


Farris.


A special course for Engineering students in the various kinds of writing needed
in their profession.


Required


of Engineering


seniors.


No credit for this course


is given to students in the College of Arts and


Sciences.


HISTORY


Administered


in the College of


Arts and


Sciences


101.-Europe


During


the Middle


Ages.


hours.


credits.


credit toward a degree


be allowed


until


credit


102 is


earned.


Leake


staff.


A course in the history of Western Europe from 476 to the Crusades.
Required of all freshmen in the course leading to the degree Bachelor of Arts.


102.-Europe during the Middle Ages.


hours.


credits.


Leake


staff.


A continuation of Hy. 101 covering the period from the Crusades to the Renais-


sance and


Reformation.


101 and 102


are prerequisites for all higher


courses


in history.


Required of all freshmen in the course leading to the degree Bachelor of Arts.

MATHEMATICS


Administered in


101.-College Algebra.


the College of


hours.


Arts and

credits.


Sciences


Simpson and


staff.


study


quadratic


equation,


proportion,


progressions,


binomial


theorem, functions, graphs,


theory


of equations, permutations, combinations,


proba-


ability, and determinants.


Textbook: Harding and Mullins,


College Algebra.


Prerequisite:


Ms. 85.


Ms. 102 or 0102.-Plane Analytic Geometry


hours.


3 credits. Simp-


son and


staff.


The algebraic study of the figures of geometry and the plane sections of a cone.


Systems


and transformation


lytic Geometry.
Prerequisite: Ms. 1I
Ms. 254.-Calculus.


of coordinates.


Differential


Textbook


Curtiss


Integral.


and Moulton,


hours.


Ana-


credits.


Huffman.


Special


course for


Architectural students.







DEPARTMENTS


OF INSTRUCTION


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Administered in the College of Engineering


Ml. 315-316.-Applied Mechanicis.


4 hours


hours


laboratory.


credits


divided


(5-4)


Yeaton.


Static.


applied
areas.


embracing


to trusses,


Mechanics


the resolution


machines,


of materials;


centers


stresses


of forces


of gravity


and moments;


and moments


and deformations


equilibrium
of inertia


in beams


, columns,


pipes, machine and structural parts,


with various methods of loading.


Prerequisite: Ms. 254.
Laboratory fee: $1.


PAINTING


Pg. 101-102.-Abstract Design.


hours studio.


credits.


Long.


Principles of design


units,


problems in space filling; developing of simple decorative


balance of line, mass and color; organic growth of pattern.


Laboratory fee:


$1 per semester.


Pg. 103-104.-Poster


Design.


hours


studio,


hours


preparation.


credits.


Long.


Analysis of the essentials of a good poster.


Methods of handling tempera color


and other mediums.


Practical


designing


of poster for


commercial


purposes.


Laboratory


fee: $1


semester.


Pg. 105-106.-Advertising Design.


6 hours studio.


4 credits.


Long.


Designing of original advertisements and a sudy of the methods and mediums


employed


in making


drawings


for reproduction.


Laboratory


fee: $1


per semester.


Pg. 113-114.-Pictorial Composition.


1 hour criticism.


5 hours outside


drawing.
Principles


4 credits.


of picture


Long.


building


in black and


white.


Beginning with


simple


rangements of


lines,


spaces,


and dark


and light.


Problems


are assigned


and the


solutions criticised during the class room hour.


Laboratory fee:


Pg. 115.-Principles of Commercial Art.


1 hour.


1 credit.


Long.


Adaptation


of art to express commercial


value.


Relative


character


of the ob-


ject and


its graphic representation.


Required of


year


Allied Arts


students.


Pg. 203.-Poster


Design.


hours


studio


with


outside


preparation.


credits.


Long.


Continuation of Pg.
Prerequisite: Pg. 1(


103-104


with emphasis placed upon


the lettering.


Pg. 213-214.-Pictorial Composition.


1 hour criticism.


5 hours outside


drawing.


credits.


Continuation of Pg.


Long.


113-114.


Attention


is given to figures and interiors.


Color


is introduced with problems in color harmony,


balance, rhythm and contrast.


Prerequisite:


Pg. 223-224-Oil Pain


9 hours studio.


6 credits.


Long.


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226.-Anatomy.


1 hour criticism.


3 hours outside drawing.


2 cred-


its. Long.


A complete study


of the


human


body.


Use of figures


in compositions.


Note-


book and outside drawings


Prerequisite:


in color required.


Ae. 221.


Pg. 313-314.-Pictorial Composition.


1 hour criticism.


3 hours outside


- drawing.
Continuation


credits.


of Pg.


213-214.


Particular


stress


placed


on the composition


figures.


Charcoal


Prerequisite:


and black
Pg. 214.


and white tempera are used.


321-322.-Illustration.


6 hours studio.


4 credits.


Book


and magazine illustration employing


figures.


Design and


technique.


Prerequisite: Ae.
Laboratory fee:


$1 each semester.


Pg. 323-324.-Oil Painting Studio.


9 hours studio.


6 credits.


Continuation Pg.


223-224.


Painting from the model.


Introduction to portraiture.


Action and expression


of body


emphasized.


Prerequisite:


Pg. 224.


Laboratory fee: $t.
325-326.-Anatomy.


hour


criticism.


hours


outside


drawing.


4 credits.


Continuation of Pg.


Anatomical drawings in full color.


Choice of medium.


Prerequisite:


Pg. 226.


328.-Sketch.


6 hours studio.


2 credits.


Drawing in charcoal, pencil, and


Prerequisites:


color from the costumed model.


Ae. 321, Pg. 325.


Laboratory fee: $1.


407-408.-Research Design.


9 hours studio.


6 credits.


Research


in the field in which


the student


majors.


Orginial


presentation


problems assigned.


Prerequisite:


Senior standing.


Laboratory fee: $1.
411.-Aesthetics.


hour.


credit.


A study


of the


reciprocal


relationship of


the fine arts.


Prerequisite:


Senior standing.


413-414.-Pictorial Composition.


1 hour criticism.


5 hours outside


drawing.


credits.


Continuation of Pg. 313-314.


Prerequisite:


Mural compositions in full color.


Pg. 314.


Pg. 423-424.-Oil Painting Studio.


12 hours studio.


8 credits.


Continuation of Pg. 32
Finished pieces required in
Prerequisite: Pg. 324.
Laboratory fee: $2.


3-324.


Advanced figure, portrait and landscape painting.


the student's


major field.


Pg. 432.-American Art History.


1 hour,


credit.


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THE


UNIVERSITY


CALENDAR


PHYSIC


Administered


in the College of Arts and


Sciences


Ps. 111.-Elementary


Theory


Mechanics


Heat.


hours.


credits.
A college course designed to meet the needs of the general student.


Required of agriculture, architecture,


Bachelor of Science, and


pre-medical


dents.


112.-Elementary


Theory


Sound


, Light,


Electricity.


hours.


credits.


A college course designed to meet the needs of the general student.


Required of architecture.


Bachelor of


Science,


and pre-medical students.


113-114.-Lecture


Demonstration


Course.


hour.


credits.


credit


toward


a degree


allowed


until


the entire


credits


are earned.


Demonstration lectures designed


to supplement Ps.


111 and


112 and should


taken by all students electing those courses.


Required of architecture,


Bachelor of


Science.


and pre-medical


students.







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OF ARCHITECTURE


THE


UNIVERSITY


CALENDAR


1930-31
Summer


Session


Monday. .............. ...........-......... Summer Session begins.


June
June


Saturday ...........------......................-- Last


Friday ...............
Monday ...........


- -- ...... .. -- .... . ....


day for filing


application


gree at the end of the summer session.
Independence Day, a holiday.
Last day to make graduate applications.


August 6,


Wednesday ............ .---............ Last day
Graduate
Wednesday 8:00 p.m............... Summer


submitting


theses


to the


Committee.


Session


Commencement


Con-


vocation.


August


Friday


August 18, Monday


p.m. .. ................... Sum m er
...- ......................... Farmers'


Session


Week


ends.


begins.


August


Saturday ................ ................Last day for filing applications for fall


re-examinations.


First


Semester


September


11-13,


Thursday to Satur-


....Entrance examinations.


September


Monday


Wednesday


Re-examinations.


September


15-19, Monday thru Friday..Freshman


including
amination
program


registration
Engineering


orientation,


Qualifying


other tests.


of the


routine


special


week


will be available by


June 1,


1930.)


freshmen


must


present


at the


versity


a.m.


Auditorium


Monday,


11:00


September


o'clock
or they


will not be registered during that week


and will


required


to pay


late registration.


September 18-19, Thursday and Friday..Registration


upperclassmen.


September


Monday 8:00


a.m...........Classes meet for the first time.


September 29, Monday 8:00 a.m..............Changes


in courses-fee


$2.00.


October 6, Monday


7 :00 p.m .................. Meeting


General


Faculty.


October


Saturday


12:00


noon-.........Registration for classes in


the first


mester closes.


Last day for making ap-


plications for degrees at the end of the


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UNIVERSITY


CALENDAR


October 31, Friday 5:00 p.m......
November 8, 3:00 p.m.. ...............


Last day for
Dedication f<


graduate
Snew st


applications.


adium.


November


Tuesday.......


Day, a


-..........Armistice


holiday.


November 21, Friday 5:00 p.m..


............ Mid-semester


grades


office of the Registrar.


November 27,


Thursday


.......................... Thanksgiving


a holiday.


December


19, Friday


5:00 p.m.............Christmas Recess begins.


January
January


, Monday


17, Saturday


00 a.m................. Christmas
12:00 noon..........Last date


Recess ends.


submitting


theses


Graduate Committee.


January


Thursday


a.m.............Final


examinations


mester


January 30, Friday


begin.


5:00 p.m ...-............... First semester ends.


January


, Saturday


12 noon ............... All


semester grades are due in


the of-


fice of the Registrar.


Saturday


p.m. .........Commencement


Convocation.


Second


February


and 3, Monday and Tues-


Second


semester


begins.


Registration


for second semester.


February 4,


Wednesday 8:00 a.m.-..........Second semester classes begin.


Change


in courses-fee $2.00.


Late registration


fee $5.00.


February
February


7, Saturday


Saturday


12:00 noon.......... Registration for second semester closes.


p.m. .......... Meeting


General


Faculty.


February 21, Saturday


12:00 noon..........Last date for filing applications for re-


examinations.


February 28, and March


2-5 p.m.......Re-examinations.


February 28, Saturday


12:00


noon........Last


for application


second


filing


graduate


degrees
semester.
applica-


tions for


those entering the second re-


mester.


March


Saturday


12:00


noon..............Last


for dropping


a course


with-


April


Friday,,. 5:00


out grade.
p.m. ........-....... Mid-semester grades are due in the of-


fice of


Registrar.


April
April


Wednesday


13, Monday 8:00 a.m......


......Spring holiday


......Classes


begins.


resumed.


May 21, Thursday 8:00 a.m......-......... Final


examinations


beein.


are


Semester


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May
June
June


31, Sunday
1, Monday
1, Monday


11:00
10:00


a.m....
a.m....


...... -.-.
*..., -.


Baccalaureate
Commencement


Sermon.
t Convocation.


Annual Alumni Luncheon and Meeting.


June
June


August


1, Monday


Boys'


, Monday
7, Friday


Club


Summer


Week


begins.


Sessions begins.


Summer Session ends.


September


21. Monday......


Entrance


...Registration

Examinations


1931-32 session.


Entrance


examinations


admission


to the


various


colleges


the Uni-


versity will be conducted for students whose credits do not meet the require-
ments.


Candidates


Registrar
June 20.


wishing


in writing,


to take
not later


these


September


examinations


should


1, January


notify


June




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