THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
'ers Students Graduate, Professional Training Throu
entral campus houses but a
II section of the academic
lities of the University.
rom the athletic fields to the
lical center up to the research
iplex of North Campus, the
versity sprawls out from what'
y seem to many undergraduates
be its hub at the diag.
'o the student 'attending most
his classes in Angell Hall it'
ht be difficult to understand
t there are more graduate de-
es granted than undergradu-
.The lterary college, the
,ge of the University to most
lergraduates, has less than one-
'd of the overall student popu-
on of 26,500.
rniversity emphasis has been
fting from undergraduate to
duate and by so doing has been
:easing its image as an elite
fessional and research institu-
he million dollar physical com-
x in all of these areas house
17 schools and colleges that
uprise the University. These in-
de the literary college, Flint
lege- and the Dearborn Center.'
'he other 14 schools are in-
ved mainly with professional
i graduate work or with under-
graduates interested in intensive
study in a particular field.
Architecture College ...
The college offers three pro-
grams: a five year professional
program leading to a bachelor of
architecture degree, and a four
year program leading to a bache-
for's of science degree in land-
scape architecture and design. It.
also offers a graduate program
leading to several graduate de-
A&D students do most of the'
work within the college, although
they take freshman English and
several elective courses in other
Although the school is severely
limited by a lack of space, the
burden will be slightly lessened
this fall since the school's land-
scape department has taken over
the Adelia Cheever House to re-
lieve some of the pressure.
Dean of the college is Philip A.
Business School ***
Thie school provides five degree
programs last year, requiring two
years of background in the liberal
One leads to a master's degree
in hospital administration, and
is conducted with the aid of the
public health and Medical Schools
and the University Hospital. It
requires one year's residence in
The other four degree programs
are confined mainly to business
and economic areas, as are several
of its research and information
Two new programs will be in-
troduced this year. Both the In-
ternational Business and Quanta-
tive Methods programs will lead
to a master's degree.
The school sponsors the Bureau
of Business Research, Bureau of
Industrial Relations, and Bureau
of Hospital Administration. In
addition it holds numerous con-
ferences throughout the year with
interested parties from the busi-
ness and industrial world.
Unlike many of its counterparts,
the Business School is in "excel-
lent shape" as far as its physical
facilities are concerned. School
administrators are p r e s e n t 1 y
thinking about student housing
problems. One of the present ideas
being considered is to set up a
living arrangement similar to the
one at the Law Quad.
Dean of the Business School is
Floyd R. Bond.
The University has had a pro-
gram in dentistry since 1875. It
is presently being conducted in
two adjoining buildings - the
Dental Bldg. and the W. K. Kel-
logg Institute, both located on N.
As with the architecture school,
the dental school also has a prob-
lem of space. Independent accred-
iting groups have appraised the
school's facilities as distressingly
bad in comparison with the level
The school offers both graduate
and postgraduate dentistry cur-
ricula. Dean William R. Mann
heads this University" unit.
The educational school is lo-
cated in University High School
which is used as a laboratory for
instruction of teaching..
However, University High will
be phased out of, the. system soon
due to the passage of the bond
issue last spring. It will become
an elementary school, with older
students going to Ann Arbor High.
Presently, the education school
offers both 'A' and 'B' track pro-
grams. The first is for those stu-
dents desiring to become second-
ary school teachers.
The 'B' track covers subjects in
which student teaching is not
available and which are not fre-
quently taught in high schools.
The school has its library facil-
ities on the second floor of the
UGLI and sponsors semesters
abroad with the University of
Sheffield in England.
In 1879, the University marked
the path by being the first in-
stitution in the country to offer
a professorship in the science and
art of teaching.
Dean of the school is Willard
More than 3000 students are
enrolled in this unit, which pro-
vides undergraduate program in
The library facilities of the
gineering college are on
UGLI's third floor.
The dean is Stephen Attwoo.
en- ' of four years of college
the ing an entrance exami:
The dean is Allan F.
RALPH A. SAWYER
Graduate Scool.... I
This is an administrative unit
offering 25 different degrees. The
actual instruction comes from the
faculty and facilities of other
Located in the Rackham build-
ing, the graduate school coordi-
nates and approves entrance ap-
plications of students into other
departments' graduate programs.
Much of the work involves the
sponsorship of post-doctoral pro-
A new degree will be offered this
fall involving an interdepartmen-
tal program. It will be a program
leading to a Master of Museum
Dean of the graduate school is
Ralph Sawyer, who is also vice-
president for research.
Established in 1860, the Law
School offers a three year course
leading to a bachelor of laws de-
gree. It also offers three graduate
Using the case method, students
examine and analyze the presen-
tation and validity of arguments
in a given case. A closed circuit
television hookup with Washtenaw
Court aids greatly in this respect.
Well known for their research,
Law School professors edit the
two publications in existence per-
taining to international law.
The buildings that compose the
Law Quadrangle are a landmark
and are known to nearly all stu-
dents and many visitors.
Qualification for entering the
Law School consists of completion
The Medical Scl
ally known for th
its faculty and its
With more than 800 sI
enrolled, the Medical Scho
tablished in 1850, is the lar
Offering work in 21 c
ments, the school compris
Medical Center coihplex, ni
the women's dormitories c
Students desiring to ent
school must show 90 ho
undergraduate w o r k in
Swinq into i/icS em eil0
13 fields, leading to bachelor of
sThe collegeis offering a new in-
terdisciplinary program in bio-en-
gineering which combines work in
the biological and medical sciences
with those of engineering. The
program is for graduate students
only and no undergraduate de-
grees will be given. }
While urging its students to take
literary college courses, the Engi-
neering unit does, not, have a two
year language requirement. It
also maintains a separate English
The East and West Engineering
buildings are located at the south
end of the Diag. A new addition
to the Fluids Dynamics building
is now being constructed out at
Michigan residents are giv
preference in admittance.
The dean is William Hubbar
Although at present m u s
school courses are held in 13 C
ferent buildings around camps
it is now expected that the scho
new building at North Camp
will be ready for occupancy in
summer of next year.
With over 700 music majors a
76 faculty members, -the mi
school is the second largest in
It offers a standard four-ye
undergraduate program as well
a graduate program leading
bachelor and master of music .
Its faculty members have v
several national and internatio
prizes, and frequently give f
concerts on campus. The Univ
sity of Michigan Glee Club w
the Welsh International Eisten
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TAKING A BREAK-Three students in the architecture and design school discuss one of thel
works while the subject of their discussion regards them meditatively in the background. In
tion to art courses the school also offers programs in architecture, landscape architecture an
sign as well as several graduate degree programs.
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