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All Departments
Of The College
Will Take Part
Courses Will Be Adapted
For Students Of Various
Types Of Interest
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been designed to meet the needs of
students preparing for entrance to
the University or looking forward to
professional work in teaching, fores-
try, medicine and pharmacy. Oppor-
tunity for research will be presented
and the facilities of the Botanical
Gardens and the Herbarium will be
available to advanced students. In-
troductory courses will be offered as
well as courses in Mycology, Pathol-
ogy, Plant Cytology and Classifica-
tion and Morphology of the Green
Cryptogams.
Chemistry Work
Chemistry. General and Inorganic
Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Quan-
tative Analysis, Elementary and Ad-
vanced Theoretical and physical
chemistry, Chemical Literature and
History of Chemistry will be offered.
Advanced courses and opportunity
ifor research have been arranged.
Classical Archaeology. A large col-
lection of lantern slide and photo-
graphs will illustrate all these courses
fully. These courses do not require
a knoweldge of Greek or Latin. Mu-
seum Methods, Courses in mythology
and life among the early Romans
and Greeks, study of works of art and
utensils of antiquity will be given.
Work In Economics
Economics. The courses offered by
thesEconomics department are repre-
sentative of work given during the
academic year. The introductory
courses in the principles of economics,
Money and Credit, Labor, Interna-
tional Trade, Accounting, Public Fi-
nance, . Economic Theory and Ec-
onomic Thought are among the
courses offered. Research work on
topics not covered in any seminar
course may be pursued under the di-
rection of the instructor of the sub-
ject chosen.
English Language and Literature.
A course in composition and in crea-
tive writing will be offered. Courses
in Linguistic Science, Old English,
Chaucer, Grammar and Practical Se-
mantics. The Introductory course in
Literature, Shakespeare, Milton, Vic-
torian, Literature, Contemporary Dra-
ma, as well as several more detailed
courses and proseminars in particular
periods, have been arranged.
Fine Arts Work
Fine Arts. Consideration of Italian
Renaissance Architecture, Sculpture
and Painting, studies in Far Eastern
art an'd the technique and Criticism i
of Painting will be dealt with.
Geography. The courses offered at
Ann Arbor are of the same character
of those given during the regular
year. The courses will be rotated
from year to year to provide a variety
of subjects for summer school at-
tendants. At Wilderness Park on the
Straits of Mackinac is located the
camp headquarters for the field work
to be carried on in both the Upper
and Lower Peninsula. ,
Geology. Two distinct types of
training are offered by this depart-
ment: classroom instruction and field
excursions at Ann Arbor, and an
eight-week fielI course in Colorado
beginning June 21. The viciinty of
Ann Arbor provides abundant oppor-
tunity for study of geology and is
within easy access of areas which
demonstrate other features valuable b
to the course. The department is
prepared to direct special research

University Provides Complete Museum

The University Museums Building, completed in 1928, houses the
collections in zoology, botany, paleontology, and authropology. Facilities
for research are provided for graduate students. Exhibits illustrating

the facts and principles of natural history are new
and will be accessible to both students and visiors.
work and undertake trips to Niagara
Falls and Lake Erie to study features
to be found there.
Germanic Languages and Litera-
tures. These courses correspond, in
general, to courses offered during the
academic year. Some of the courses
are especially recommended for
teachers of German.
Greek Language and Literature. A
course in elementary Greek, a Semi-
nary in Sophocles and Greek Myth-
ology are offered.
History. Introductory and detailed
courses closely corresponding to those
offered during the regular year will be
given. Seminars in Ancient History
and Recent European History will be
given under the direction of Profes-'
sors McDowell and Ehrmann.
Journalisu. Besides the formal in-
struction special conferences may be
arranged to serve the interests of
teachers of journalism. Principles of
Journalism, Advertisement Writing,
Feature. Writing, Magazine Writing,
and Problems in High School and
College Journalism are among the
courses dealt with.
Landscape Design. Three courses
have been offered in this field: In-
troduction to the Study of Landscape
Design, City Planning and Civic Im-
provement, Public Parks and Outdoor
Recreation Faculties.
Latin Language and Literature.
Use of the University's collection of
classical antiquities and objects of
ancient art, in the Museum of Clas-
sical Archaeology, will be made in
connection with the work in. Latin.
Courses in Latin literature, and on
Roman life will be offered along with
several courses dealing with the
teaching of Latin.
Library Science. Courses in catalog-
ing and classifying and in Library
administration will be offered in this
department. Special emphasis will
be placed on courses primarily for
graduates.
Mathematics. Special courses for
teachers in high schools, for instruc-
tors in technical schools and col-
leges, and engineers in industry will
be offered. There is also a wide range
for advanced and research work.
Fundamental courses for undergrad-
uates will also be available.
Mineralogy. Courses in Mineralogy,
Litholdgy nad Petrography will be
given in the laboratory in Natural
Science Building. Special work and
graduate work will also be offered.
Oriental Languages and Literatures.
Courses in the Bible, Old Persian,
Chinese Civilization, Chinese Litera-
ture, Japanese and Hittite will be of-
fered.
Philosophy. The introductory
courses to philosophy and logic will
be available as well as other advanced
courses which corerspond to some of;
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