1895
For
RHODE ISLAND BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Published by Rhode Island News Company, 113 and 115 Westminster
street, Providence, R.I.
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The following courses of instruction are offered in the different departments.
All studies required of regular students lead to the degree of Bachelor
of Science.
CHEMISTRY
1. General Chemistry, Briefer Course.--Non-metals. Recitations, lectures and laboratory work. Spring term, Sophomore year; recitations and lectures, 3 exercises per week; laboratory work, 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. General Chemistry.-- Metals. Lectures and recitations. Fall term, Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
3. Qualitative Analysis--Laboratory work. Fall term, Junior year; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week; Winter term, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
4, Organic Chemistry.--Lectures and recitations. Winter term, Junior year; 4 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
5. Agricultural Chemistry.--Lectures. Spring term, Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Laboratory work. Fall term, Senior year; 2 exercises of 3 hours each week. Required of Agricultural Students.
6. Quantitative Analysis---Laboratory work. Spring term, Junior year; 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Required of Agricultural students
7. Theoretical and Sanitary Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis--Laboratory
Work. Throughout the Senior year; 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week.
Elective: open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2.
PHYSICS.
1. General Course---Study of mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulies and accousties; Fall term. Electricity and magnetism; Winter term. Light and heat: Spring term. Throughout the Sophmore year. Recitations, 3 exercises per week; laboratory work, 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Advanced Physics, Throughout the year. Recitation, 1 exercise per week. Laboratory work, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Elective; open to students who have taken course 1.
3. Applied Electricity--- A course of lectures upon the modern practical
applications of electricity. Spring tem, Senior year; lectures, 3 exercises
per week. Laboratory work, 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Elective; open
to students who have taken course 1.
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.
1. Warren's Physical Geography with required reading from reference books. Fall term of Freshman year: 3 exercises per week.
GEOLOGY.
1. Agricultural Geology. Lectures and recitations. Winter term of
Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students, elective
for mechanical students.
BOTANY.
1. Biology of Plants--Comparative morphology and physiology are emphasized rather than the details of classification. Laboratory, reading and lectures. Winter and Spring terms, Sophmore year; 4 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Systematic and Economic-- Orders of phanerograms of economic importance are studied for fresh and preserved material. Fall term, Junior year; recitation, 1 exercise per week; laboratory work, 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of Agricultural students. Elective for mechanical students and specials who have taken course 1.
3. Fungi--A study of types of fungi with special reference to parasitic forms of economic importance. Laboratory, reading and lectures. Elective; open to students who have taken course 1. Hours arranged with instructor.
4. Histology-- Laboratory, reading and lectures. The laboratory work
includes methods of imbedding, sectioning, staining, and mounting. Elective:
open to students who have taken course 1. Hours arranged with instructor.
PHYSIOLOGY.
1. Elementry Course--Lectures, resitations, simple laboratory experiments.
Spring
term, Senior year; 1/2 exercise per week. Elective
AGRICULTURE.
1. Farm Management--- Definitions of agricultural terms; mixed husbandry; special farming; rotation of crops; general suggestions for agricultural practice; farm buildings-plans, size, location, arrangement, care; silos and ensilage; farm fences; fence laws; methods of constructing fences; economy in the selection of fences; portable fences; gates. Farm tools and implements; reapers, mowers, hay-tedders and rakes, plows, harrows, graindrills, entivators, rollers. ect. Value, selections, use and care of farm tools. Lectures. Fall term, Freshman year; 2 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Farm Bookkeeping (same as Mathematics 2)--Inventory; use of day book, cash-book, and ledger on the farm; farm accounts; accounts with stock, fields, and crops: yearly statements; interest and discount. Classroom practice. Winter term, freshman year: 3 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
3. Drainage---Drainage for Profit and Health(Waring), Sources of water; necessity of drains; how droins set; how to lay out, build, and care for drains; drain tiles; cost and value of drains; sanitary effects of drainage; practice in the use of tools and instruments; details of the work. Text-book and actual practice. Spring term, Freshman year; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
4. Farm Crops and their production---Selection and preparation of soil and seed: quantity of seed; time of seeding; cultivation and harvesting of various farm crops; hay crop, its importance in agriculture; vareties of grasses; influence of time of cutting upon the value; method of storing, leguminous fodder crops; corn as a grain crop; five types of corn; corn and other crops for the silo. Other cerals--wheat, oats, barley and rye-origin, history and value; root crops-potatoes, beets, turnips, carrots, and onions; Micellaneous crops--buckwheat, cabbages, pumpkins, squashes, field peas, tobacco, broom corn; weeds-injury, dissemination, and eradication. Text book and lectures, Fall term, Sophmore year, 2 exercises per week. Required of all Agricultural students.
5. Breeds of Live Stock---Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Swine (Curtis). Horses--draft, coach, saddle, thoroughbreed, trotters, ponies, care and selection. Cattle--dairy, general purpose beef, care, selection, and management. Sheep--short wool, middle wool, long wool, care selection and management. Swine--large breeds, medium breeds, small breeds, care, selection and management. Origin of breeds; adaptability to climates and conditions; tracing pedigrees; scoring animals. Text-book and lectures. Fall term, Sophomore year: 3 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
6. Agriculture (Storer). Relations of heat, air, and water to the soil; influence of soil, atmosphere, heat, light and water upon the growth of plants; tillage and implements; natural sources of plant food; action of manures; special manures; phosphatic manures; nitrogenous compounds; green manuring; seeweeds; humas; farmyard manure; composts; modes of apply manures; night soil; history of the use of manures; potash, magnesium, lime and soda as manures; theory of rotation; irrigation; sewage; growth of crops; cereals; hay and hay-making; pastures; ensilage. Text book. Winter term Junior year; 5 exercises per week. Spring term, Junior year; 2 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
7. Stock-Breeding (Miles.)--- Breeding as an art; heredity; normal characteristics; diseases; acquired and abnormal characteristics; atavism (reversion); law of correlation; bariation; feeundity; in and in breeding; cross breeding; relative influence of parents; sex; pedigree; animal form and index of qualities; selections; period of gestation. Text-book. Fall term, senior year; 3 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
8. Feeding Animals (Stewart). ---Composition of animal bodies; relative proportion of different parts of the carcass; elements of food material; digestion, its effect upon food; respiration and excretions; value of various animal manures; stock barns and their relation to the economy of feeding; principles of alimentation; early maturity; how to feed young animals; stock foods; nutritive ratio and feeding standards; definition of terms; calculation of ratios for various conditions and ages of animals; calculation of cost of rations, and their manurial value; soiling,-- economy in land, fences, feed, and manure--disadvantages, labor required; soiling crops; ensilage; economy of preserving crops in the silo; variety of crops that may be ensilaged; value of legumes and balancing rations; feeding for beef and milk; feeding horses, sheep and swine; cooked and uncooked food; cold and warm water; temperature of stables, and ventilation. Text-book. Winter term, Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
9. Fertilizers.---Study of the composition of the various agricultural chemicals as sold in the markets; calculation of formulas for special crops; calculation and value of various home-made fertilizers. Lectures and classroom calculations. Spring term, Senior year; 1 exercise per week. Required of Agricultural students.
10. Dairying. American Dairying (Gurler).---The dairy cow, type, breeding, and management from birth to maturity; feed and management; branches of dairy husbandry; dairy utensils; milking; care of milk; separators and butter accumulators; separating cream; ripening snd churning; salting, working, packing and printing butter. The Babcock milt test of skim milk and cream; value of skim milk; building creameries. Text-book and lectures. Winter term, Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Elective.
11. Apiary work.---Classroom work upon the habits, care and management
of bees with practical work in the apiary. Spring term, Senior year;
1 exercise per week. Elective.
HORTICULTURE.
1. Elementary Horticulture.---A general course in the study of fruits, vegetables and flowers. Plants, soils and atmospheres are used as subjects of this study and students are required to work out common problems involved in the cultivation of garden plants. Fall term, Junior year; 4 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural studenjts.
2. Olericulture.---The study of garden vegetables. Winter term, Junior year; 4 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
3. Floriculture.---The study of ornamental plants. Spring term, Junior year; 2 exercises per week. Elective.
4. Pomology.---The study of orchard and garden fruits.Fall term, Senior year; 4 exercises per week Elective.
5. Vegetable Pathology and Garden Entomology.--The study of the diseases and insect enemies of garden plants. Winter term, senior year; 2 exercises per week. Elective
6. Horticultural Literature.---Winter term, Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Elective
7. Landscape Gardening.---The study of expressions of plants, mainly
of trees and shrubs, and ways of arranging them abot buildings, avenues,
ect, for the purpose of shelter and ornamentation. Spring term, Senior
year; 2 exercises per week. Required of Agricultural students.
ENGLISH.
1. Elementary course.---Preparatory review. Study of representative American authors. Fall term, freshman year; 5 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Middle Course---Rhetoric, Continued study of American literature, Composition. Winter term, Freshman year; 5 exercises per week; Spring term; 4 exercises per week; Fall and Winter terms, Sophomore year; 2 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
3. Advanced Course.---General English literature and history. Winter and Spring term, Junior year 4 exercises per week; Fall and Winter terms, Sophomore year; 2 exercise per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
4. English Literature.---Study of special periods and authors. Throughout Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1, 2, and 3.
5. Orations and Essays.--- Fall and Winter terms, Senior year; 1
exercise per week. Elective for all seniors.
GERMAN.
1. Elementary Course.---Grammar, dictation, conversation, reading of easy pros and poetry. Throughout Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Middle Course.---Composition. Modern German writers. Fall term of Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken course 1.
3. Advanced Course.---German Classics. German Classics. History of German literature. Winter and Spring term, Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2
4. Scientific German. Winter and Spring terms, Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Elective open to students who have taken course 1.
5. Reading at sight. Throughout Senior year; 1 exercise per week.
Elective; open to students who have taken course 1 and 2.
FRENCH
1. Elementary Course.---Grammar, dictation, conversation, reading of easy prose and poetry. Throughout the Sophomore year; 3 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Middle Course.---Composition. Modern French writers. Throughout the Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken course 1.
3. Advanced Course.---French classics. History of French literature. Throughout the Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2.
4. Scientific French. Throughout the Senior year; 2 exercise per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2.
5. Reading at Sight. Throughout the Senior year; 1 exercise per week.
Elective; open to students who have taken course 1 and 2.
LATIN.
1. Beginner;s Latin Book. Grammar. Throughout the Freshman year; 3 exercises per week. Elective.
2. Caesar. Composition. Throughout the Sophomore year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken course 1.
3. Cicero. Composition. Throughout the Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2.
4. Virgil. Composition. Throughout the Senior year; 3 exercises per
week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1, 2, and 3.
HISTORY.
1. American History. Fall term, Freshman year; 2 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. General History. Winter and Spring terms. Freshman year; 2 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
3. English History and English Literature.---(same as English 3). Winter and Spring terms, Junior year; 4 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
4. Special Work for Individual Students. Spring term, Senior year;
3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have taken courses
1, 2, and 3.
POLITICAL SCIENCE.
1. Science of Government.---Town, County, State, and United States. Their origin, development and practices. Critical analysis of the Constitution of the United States. Lectures, recitations and discussions. Fall term, Senior year; 4 exercises per week. Elective.
2. Political Economy.---Elementary course. Based on Walker's Briefer
Course, and Andrew's Institutes of Economics. Lectures, recitations, discussions,
readings, original problems, citations from the daily press , and essays.
Winter
term, senior year: 4 exercises per week. Elective.
MATHEMATICS.
1. Algebra (Wells).---The fundamental operations, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of algebraic quantities; factoring and its applications; the solution of simple equations with one or more unknown quantities; involution; evolution; the theory of exponents; the solution of radical and quadratic equations; arithmetical and geometrical progression; the binomial theorem. Freshman year; 5 exercises per week. Fall and Winter term; 3 exercises per week, Spring term. Required of all candidates for a degree.
2. Book-keeping (Bryant and Stratton).---Explanation of commercial terms; single entry; double entry; use of books, -day book, cash-book, journal and ledger; practical exercises; original accounts; farm accounts; mechanics'accounts; inventory; statements; partnership; interest; discount; exercise in commercial forms--bills, reciepts, checks, notes, orders, drafts. Fall term of Freshman year 1 one hour exercise and 2 two hour exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
3. Plane Geometry (Wells).--Rectilinear figures; the circle; measurements of angles; the theory of proportion; similar figures; regular polygons; areas of polygons; the measurement of the circle; original demonstrations. Spring term of Freshman year; 4 exercises per week. Fall term of Sophomore year; 5 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree
4. Plane Trigonometry (Wentworth).--The derivation of the fundamental formulas; logarithms; the solution of right and oblique triangles; practical problems. Winter term of Sophomore year; 3 exercises per week. Required of all candidates for a degree.
5. Plane Surveying (Carhart).--Elementary course, field work, recitation and platting. Use of compas, transit and levels; adjustment of instruments; stadia surveing. Spring term of Sophomore year; 1 exercise per week of classroom work, 2 exercises of three hours each of field work per week. Required of Agricultural students.
6. Road Construction and Leveling (Gillespie).-- Location and construction of roads; mechanical structures; earth, gravel, broken stone, paved and macadam roads. Fall term of Junior year; 3 exercises of text-bood work per week and 1 exercise of three hours of field work per week. Required of students in the Agricultural course.
7. Civil Engineering.-- A continuation of course 5, embracing land, topographic and railroad surveying, the study of the use of engineer's tables and practice in overseeing under-classmen beginning the subject. Fall and Spring term; 2 exercises of two hours each week. Elective; open to students who have completed course 5.
8. Solid Geometry (Wells).--Lines and planes in space; diedral angles; polyhedral angles; polyhedrons; the cylinder, cone and sphere; measurement of the cylinder, cone and sphere; numerical examples and original demonstrations. Spring term of Sophomore year; 3 exercises per week. Required of students in the Mechanical course.
9. Analytical Geometry (Hardy).--Coordinate systems; the point; the line; relation between different coordinate systems; the equation of the first degree. the straight line; the equation of the second degree, the conic section; higher plane curves. Fall and Winter terms of Junior year; 4 exercises per week. Required of students in the Mechanical course.
10.Descriptive Geometry (Faunce).--Notation and elementary principles; broblems on the point, line and plane; Problems relating to the cylinder, cone and double curved surface of revolution; intersection and development of planes and solids; practical problems. Fall term of Junior year; 3 exercises per week. Required of students in the Mechanical course.
11. Calculus (Taylor).--The differentation of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential and anti-trigonometric functions. Integration of fundamental forms; definite intergrals; applications to geometry and mechanics; successive differentiation; successive intergration with applications; evaluation of indeterminate forms; the development of functions in series; maxima and minima; change of the independent variable; integration of rational fractions; integration by rationalization; integration by parts and by series; curve tracing. Winter and spring terms of Junior year, and fall term of Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Required of students in the Mechanical course.
12. Synthetic Geometry ( Dupuis).--The line, point, and circle; comparison and measurement of areas; proportion amongst line segments; collinearity; inversion; anharmonic division; homography. Spring term; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have completed course 1 and 3.
13. Determinants ( Harris).--Proofs of fundamental propositions; determinant minors; development of determinants; rectangular arrays; reciprocal determinants; symmetrical, skew-symmetric, and skew- determinants. Fall term; 3 exercises per week.Elective; open to students who have completed course 10.
14. Advanced Calculus (Byerly).--An extension of course 10, including futher discussion of definite integrals; imaginaries, length of curves, areas, volumes, the elements of elliptic integrals, and of the theory of functions. Fall term; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have completed course 10.
15 Analytical Mechanics.-- (Same as Mechanics 21). Spring term; 3 exercises per week. Elective; open to students who have completed course 11.
16. Higher Algebra (Taylor).-- The theory of limits; differentiation;
development of functions in services; permutations and combinations; probability;
the theory of equations. Fall term; 2 exercises per week. Elective;
open to students who have completed course 1.
ASTRONOMY.
1. Strength of Materials.- Strenght of iron and steel; simple and continous beams; pipes and coloums. Spring term,Junior year; recitation, 3 exercise, laboratory work 1 exercise of 2 hours a week. required of Machanical Senior.
2. Mechanism.-Rectilinear motion. Rotary motion. Transmission in motion. Spring term, Junior year; 2 exercise per week. Required of mechanical students.
3. Mechanics of Engineering.-Bodies in equilibrium and in motion; work and power ;friction and rest of motion Recitations. Fall term of Senior year; 5 exercises per week. Theory of arches, retaining walls, gas engines, hot-air engines. Required of Mechanical students.Winter term of Senior year; 4 exercises per week. Hydrolics and water wheels. Spring term of Senior year; 5 exercises per week
4. Stream Engineering.--Study of steam and it's properties; simple and compound engines; steam boilers. Fall term Senior year; 3 exercises per week. Elective.
5. Metallurgy.--Study of the manufactur of cast iron, wrought iron, and steel; rolling-mill machinery; metallurgy of copper, tin, zinc, and silver; alloys. Winter term, Senior year; 3 exercises per week . Elective.
6. Mechanical Drawing. Sophmore year. Winter term; 1 exercise of 2 per week. Required of Agercultural students.
7. Mechanical Drawing. Sophmore year. Fall term; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Winter term; 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Spring term; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of Mechanical students.
8. Mechanical Drawing. Junior year. Fall term; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Winter term; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Spring term; 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of Mechanical students.
9. Mechanical Drawing.--Machine drawing and design. winter and spring terms of Senior year; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Required of Mechanical students.
10. Wood-working.--Use of tools, bench work and carpentering. fall term of Freshman year; shop work, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Carpentering and practical construction in wood. Winter term of Freshman year; shop work, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Required of all Freshmen.
11. Wood Turning. Fall term of Sophomore year; shop work, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Required of Mechanical students.
12. Wood Turning. fall term of Sophomore year; shop work, 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Required of Agricultural students.
13. Wood Carving.--Care and use of tools, geometrical motives, diaper patterns, incised carving, flat and curved surface carving, historic ornament, low relief and high relief. Elective throughout the course; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week.
14. Iron Work.--Forging, drawing, bending, welding and tool dressing. Winter term of Sophomore year; shop work, 2 exercises of 3 hours each per week. Required of Mechanical students.
15. Consturction, and Estimates of Cost. Winter term of Sophomore year; shop work and lectures, 2 exercises of 2 hours each per week. Required of Agricultural students.
16. Forging. Spring term of Sophomore year; shop work. 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Required of Mechanical students.
17. Forging. Winter term of Junior year; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Required of Agricultural students. Spring term of Junior year; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Elective for Agricultural students.
18. Pattern-Making. Principles of moulding and casting. Fall term of Junior year; shop work, 2 exercises of 3 hours per week. Required of Mechanical students.
19. Machine- Shop Practices. Winter and Spring terms of Junior year; 1 exercise of 3 hours per week. Required of Mechanical students.
20. Machine Construction. Throughout the Senior year; shopwork, 2 exercises of 3 hours per week. Required of Mechanical students.
21. Analytical Mechanics.--(Same as Mathematics 15). Junior year, Spring term. Open to students who have completed one term of Mathematics 11.
22. Engineering Conferences.--Subjects chosen by the class. Spring
term of Senior year; 2 exercises per week. Required of Mechanical students.
DRAWING AND MODELING
1. Freehand Drawing.--Drawing in charcoal from objects and still life. Special attention given to values. Memory sketches required. Spring term of Freshman year; 2 exercises of 2 hours each. Required of all Freshmen.
2.Drawing from th cast in charcoal.--Memory sketches required. Fall term of Sophomore year; 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Required of all Sophomores.
3. Drawing from life or the cast. Painting in oil. pastel or water color. Elective; open to students who have taken courses 1 and 2.
4. Modeling in clay from simple objects and casts. Fall term of Sophomore
year; 1 exercise of 2 hours per week. Required of Agricultural students.
MILITARY DRILL AND TACTICS.
1. Infantry Drill.--School of the soldier. School of the company. School of the battalion and small-arm target practice. Throughout the course, 3 exercises per week.
2. Artillery Drill.--School of the soldier dismounted. Sabre exercises and target practice. School of the battery dismounted for selected detachments. Students in course 2 are selected by the commandant from those reasonably proficient in course 1.
3. Military Science. Lectures given in Winter term.
4. Signal Drill.--With heliograph flags, torches, and telegraphic instruments,
according to the United States Signal code.
of the
R. I. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
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FRESHMAN YEAR.
FALL TERM
Physical Geography I | 3 | Mathematics I | 5 |
Agriculture I | 2 | Mechanics X | 2 |
English I | 5 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
History I | 2 |
Electives--Latin, I. Mechanics, XIII.
WINTER TERM
Physiology I | 3 | Mathematics I | 5 |
English, II | 5 | Mathematics II | 3 |
History, II | 2 | Mechanics X | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Latin, I. Mechanics, XIII
SPRING TERM
Physiology I | 2 | Mathematics I | 5 |
Agriculture III | 2 | Mathematics III | 4 |
English II | 4 | Drawing I | 2 |
History II | 2 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives-- Latin I. Mechanics XIII
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SOPHOMORE YEAR.
FALL TERM
AGRICULTURAL COURSE MECHANICAL COURSE
Physics I | 4 | Physics I | 4 |
Agriculture IV | 2 | English II | 2 |
Agriculture V | 3 | French I | 3 |
English II | 2 | Mathematics III | 5 |
French I | 3 | Mechanics VII | 2 |
Mathematics III | 5 | Mechanics XI | 2 |
Mechanics XII | 1 | Drawing II | 1 |
Drawing II | 1 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Modeling IV | 1 | ||
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
*Electives---Latin II., Mathematics, XVI., Mechanics, XIII
WINTER TERM
Physics I | 4 | Physics I | 4 |
Botany I | 4 | Botany I | 4 |
English II | 2 | English II | 2 |
French I | 3 | French I | 3 |
Mathematics IV | 3 | Mathematics IV | 3 |
Mechanics VI | 1 | Mechanics VII | 1 |
Mechanics XV | 2 | Mechanics XIV | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
*Electives--Latin II, Mechanics XIII
SPRING TERM
Chemistry I | 4 | Chemistry I | 4 |
Physics I | 4 | Physics I | 4 |
Botany I | 4 | Botany I | 4 |
French I | 3 | French I | 3 |
Mathematics V | 3 | Mathematics VIII | 3 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Mechanics VII | 1 |
Mechanics XVI | 1 | ||
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
*Electives--Latin II, Mathematics XII, Mechanics XIII, Drawing
III
*A student may elect work offered to a lower class or to the other division of his own class
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JUNIOR YEAR
FALL TERM
Agricultural Course Mechanical Course
Chemistry II | 3 | Chemistry II | 3 |
Chemistry III | 2 | Chemistry III | 2 |
German I | 3 | German I | 3 |
Mathematics VI | 4 | Mathematics IX | 4 |
Botany II | 3 | Mathematics X | 3 |
Horticulture I | 4 | Mechanics VIII | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Mechanics XVIII | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Physics II, French II, Latin III, Mechanics XIII,
Drawing III.
WINTER TERM
Chemistry III | 2 | Chemistry III | 2 |
Chemistry IV | 4 | English III | 4 |
English III | 4 | German I | 3 |
German I | 3 | Mathematics IX | 4 |
Agriculture VI | 5 | Mathematics XL | 3 |
Mechanics XVII | 1 | Mechanics VIII | 1 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Mechanics XIX | 1 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Physics II, Botany III, IV, Horticulture II, French
II, Latin III, Mechanics XIII,
Military Drill and Tactics III
SPRING TERM
English III | 4 | English III | 4 |
German I | 3 | German I | 3 |
Chemistry V | 3 | Mathematics XI | 3 |
Chemistry VI | 2 | Mechanics VIII | 2 |
Zoology I | 4 | Mechanics II | 2 |
Agriculture VI | 2 | MechanicsI | 4 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Mechanics XIX | 1 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Physics II, Botany III, IV, Horticulture III, French
II, Latin III,
Mathematics XV, Mechanics XIII, XVII, Drawing III
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*SENIOR YEAR
FALL TERM
Agricultural Course Mechanical Course
Chemistry V | 2 | Mathematics X | 3 |
Physiology II | 4 | Mechanics III | 5 |
Agriculture VII | 3 | Mechanics XX | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Chemistry VIII, Physics II, Botany III, IV, Horticulture
IV, English IV,
German II, V. Latin IV, French III, IV, V, Political Science I, Mathematics
VII, XIII,
Mechanics IV, XIII, Drawing III.
WINTER TERM
Physiology II | 3 | Mechanics III | 4 |
Geology I | 2 | Mechanics IX | 1 |
Agriculture VIII | 2 | Mechanics XX | 2 |
Horticulture V | 3 | Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 |
Electives--Chemistry VII, Physics II, Botany III, IV, Agriculture
X, Horticulture VI,
English IV, V, German III, IV, V, Latin IV, French III, IV, V, Political
Science II,
Mathematics XIV, Mechanics V, XIII, Military Drill and Tactics III.
SPRING TERM
Veterinary Science I | 4 | Mechanics III | 5 |
Agriculture IX | 1 | Mechanics IX | 1 |
Horticulture VII | 2 | Mechanics XX | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics I | 3 | Mechanics XXII | 2 |
Military Drill and Tactics | 3 |
Electives--Chemistry VII, Physics II, III, Botany III, IV, Agriculture
XI, Psychology I,
English IV, German III, IV, V, Latin IV, French III, IV, V, History
IV,
Mathematics VII, XIV, Astronomy I, II, Mechanics XIII, Drawing III.
* The equivalent of 15 hours of recitation per week is required.
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