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What is the University? This is
one of the most common questions
posed by all freshmen soon after
their arrival on campus. But it is
not so easily answered as asked, if,
indeed there even is a concrete
answer.
Nevertheless, certainly part of
the answer lies in the 17 schools
and colleges that compose the for-
mal academic structure of the
University, two of which are locat-
ed outside of Ann Arbor - the
Flint College and the Dearborn
Center.
Architecture
The School of Architecture and
Design offers a diversity of pro-
grams: a five-year professional
program leading to a bachelor of
architecture degree, a four-year
bachelor of science in landscape
architecture and various curricula
leading to a bachelor of science in
design. A graduate program is also
part of the school.
The dean of the college is Reg-
inald F. Malcolmsons
Business
The School of Business Ad-
ministration offers five degree
programs, each of which first
requires two years in liberal arts.
One of the programs leads to a
master's degree in hospital ad-
ministration and is conducted with
the University Hospital and the
public health and medical schools.
The other degree programs are
concerned mainly with business
and economics. The school spon-
sors the Bureau of Business Re-
search, Bureau of Industrial Re-
lations, and Bureau of Hospital
Administration. Several confer-
ences are held throughout the year
with representatives of the busi-
ness and industrial world.
The dean of the Business School
is Floyd R. Bond.
Dental
The Dental School has been in
existence since 1875. New facili-
ties are a necessity, and a new
building for' the school ranks high
in priority among the University's
building plans.
The dean is William R. Mann.
Education
The School of Education is sit-
uated in University High School.
It offers two programs: the first
for students interested in second-
ary education and the second cov-
ering subjects in which student
teaching is not available and which
are not frequently taught in high
schools.
Theolibrary facilities of the
school are in the UGLI and the
school sponsors semesters abroad
with the University of Sheffield
in England. In 1879 the University
became the first institution in the
country to offer a professorship

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sp. nd their first two years in the Nursing
litn cary college, The college's bach- The basic program of the Nurs-
elor degrees also help qualify stu- ing School consists of a four-year
dents for law, medical and other program combining general and
professional curricula. professional education leading to
Medical a bachelor of science degree in
The Medical School enrolls more nursing.
than 800 students and was estab- The school is located in the
lished in 1850. Offering work in Medical Center complex.
21 departments, the school com- The dean is Rhoda Russell.
prises the Medical Center complex Pharmacy
at the north end of campus. The Pharmacy College was es-
Students desiring to enter the tablished in 1876. It provides a
school must show 90 hours of un- five-year program for a bechelor
dergraduate work in the science- of science degree in pharmacy, a
oriented pre-medicine program, six-year program for a doctor of
The dean is William Hubbard. pharmacy and two graduate pro-
Music grams.
The curricula includes special
The Music SchIool is unified in studies for hospital and profes-
a new North Campus building. It sional pharmaceutical work and
has over 700 music majors and 80 also for industrial technology.
faculty members, and is the sec- The dean is Thomas Rowe.
ond largest music school in the Public Health
country.
It offers a standard four-year In order to prepare professional
Itnfersdatraardfor-earworkers, to offer training to ex-
undergraduate program as well as ting publichealth workers and
a graduate program leading to to conduct research, this school
bachelor and master of music de- was established in 1951.
grees. As a graduate school, it offers
Its faculty members have won prgasaig omse' e
several national and international programs leading to master's de-
pries nd reqenty gve ..feegrees in public health and indus-
prizes and frequently give free trial health and doctor of public
concerts, health
The school's summer program at The dean is Myron P. Wegman.
Interlochen is well-known,.hde ilyork
The Music School dean is James The Social Work
B. Wallace.Th School of Social Work is
a graduate school with a two-year
Natural Resources program leading to a master's de-
The University has the nation's gree. Most of the unit's work is
first school of Natural Resources, done with funds received from the
established in 1950. federal government.
The school offers degree pro- One of the projects involves a
grams in wildlife management, study of possible cures for juvenile
fisheries, conservation and for- delinquents.
estry and wood technology. The dean is F. F. Fauri.

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Business administration, dental
and education school students

Keith Arnold is dean of the
school,

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The individual colleges of the University are run in various directions by varied methods. One
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of several languages.

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in the science and art of teaching.
The dean of the Education School
is Willard C. Olson.
Engineering
More than 3000 students are
enrolled in the Engineering Col-
lege, which offers undergraduate
programs leading to a bachelor of!
science degree in 13 fields.
An innovation in the engineer-
ing school is the interdisciplinary
program in bio-engineering. The
program combines work in the bio-
logical and medical sciences with
those of engineering.
Dean of the college is Gordon
VanWeylen.
Gradua te
The Graduate School is an ad-
ministrative unit granting 25 'dif-
ferent degrees. The instruction is
done by the Graduate School fac-
ulty and the faculties of the other
colleges.

The Graduate School is locatedc
in the Rackham Building. Part of
the function of the school is the'
coordination and approval of en-+
trance applications and the spon-
sorship of post-doctoral programs.
The dean of the Graduate+
School is Stephen Spurr.t
Law1
The Law School was establish-
ed in 1860 and offers a 3-year{
course which ends in a bachelor of_
law degree. Three graduate pro-+
grams are also offered.
The professors of the Law School
edit the two publication. in ex-3
istence pertaining to international+
law.
The Law Quadrangle, which
houses the Law School, is one of
the University's outstanding land-+
marks.1
Qualification for entering theI
Law School consists of completionI

of four years of college and pass-
ing an entrance examination.
The Law School dean is Fran-
cis Allen.
Literary College
The Literary College is by far
the University's largest and most
diverse teaching division. In its
buildings, which fill most of cen-
tral campus, the literary college
offers departmental degree pro-
grams in 32 departments. In ad-
dition, its catalogue lists eight in-
iterdepartmental programs, 13
"special programs," and four pro-
grams built around the study of
one area of the world: America,
the Far East, the Near East and
Russia.
As the University's liberal arts
division, the literary college also
offers liberal arts courses to stu-
dents enrolled in or planning to
enroll in other University divisions.

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Questions of rat race have now become more of a psychological
problem than sociological. Classrooms are beginning to use living
teaching aids in discussions about scientific experiments and
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