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Stage III—(Architecture 102A-102B) 3 projets each
48 values required.
Stage IV-(Architecture 203A-203B, Planning and Com-
8 Third Grade
2 48 values required.
Stage V--(Architecture 204, Advanced Design) 3
24 values required.
No student may count, toward his total values, more than 4 values on EsquisseEsquisse each half-year. No excess values in a given stage may be applied for credit in a higher stage. In stages IV and V a medal may be granted for a specially fine projet but no additional value is attached thereto. Projets which are handed in late receive the grade next below their rank.
Students who have fulfilled all other requirements of the curriculum of the School of Architecture are eligible to begin the thesis for the degree of Graduate in Architecture on, and only on, the completion of one hundred and sixty-eight values, regardless of the time covered, provided that the minimum time is two and one-half years after the conferring of the junior certificate.
Students may begin the thesis and seminar required for the degree of Graduate in Architecture upon the completion of one hundred and sixty-eight values (with above minimum proviso), whether it be at the end of a half-year or not, and present the work at the end of a time equal to a regular balf-year.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
The term “Selvol of Education" designates the professional courses intended:
1. For students preparing to become teachers in secondary schools and colleges;
2. For graduates of normal schools, who are making further preparation for teaching in elementary schools;
3. For students preparing to engage in school adıninistration or to teach in normal schools or in university departments of education or to carry on research in the field of education.
While many of the courses offered are open to college juniors, the prerequisite for formal admission to the School of Education is the completion of at least three full years of undergraduate work.
For further information concerning the School of Education, see the annual announcement of the School, to be obtained from the Recorder of the Faculties.
SCHOOL OF JURISPRUDENCE
The following persons will be admitted without examination, ag candidates for the degree of Juris Doctor: (1) graduates of any college of the University of California, and of other colleges and universities of approved grade; (2) students of the University of California who have attained senior standing in the College of Letters and Science or in the College of Commerce.
For further information, see the annual announcement of the School, to be obtained from the Recorder of the Faculties.
Matriculation.-For matriculation in the Medical School-the five years' course leading to M.D.—the student is required to obtain the junior certificate in the College of Letters and Science, or to present evidence of an equivalent preparation. He must also give evidence of suflicient training in physics, chemistry and biology to enable him to pursue with profit the curriculum of the school and must possess a reading knowledge of French or German. The following courses now offered represent the minimum of satisfactory preparation in the sciences named (numbers refer to the Announcement of Courses for 1918-19); Chemistry JA-1B, 8, 9; Pkysics 2A-2B and 38; Zoology 1A-1B, 108. In and after August, 1919, one year of English literature and composition (6 units of University credit) will be an additional prerequisite for matriculation in the Medical School.
By a resolution of the Academic Senate, the faculty of the Medical School is authorized to refuse admission to applicants with a low recoril in the required academic subjects.
Combined Academic and Medical Course.-Students in the College of Letters and Science who have completed a full year of work in the upper division, and who have satisfied all requirements for matriculation in the Medical School as stated above, may, at the beginning of their fourth or senior year in the College of Letters and Science, register also as students in the Medical School, and, upon completion of the first year in the Medical School, may receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Students who enter the Medical School in accordance with the foregoing provisions will be expected normally to have completed 94 units of university work in the academic departments, including such work in major courses (normally 18 units during the junior year) as may be acceptable to the faculty of the College of Letters and Science.
The State law governing the practice of medicine in California prescribes that every person before practicing medicine or surgery must produce satisfactory testimonials of good moral character and a diploma issued by some legally chartered medical school, the requirements of which shall have been at the time of granting such diploma in no particular less than those prescribed by the laws of the State, and which shall have received the approval of the Board of Medical Examiners that year. The requireinents for matriculation in the University of California Medical School as above stated cover also the requirements of the Association of American Medical Colleges, provided that credit for matriculation subject 5, Ilistory and Government of the United States, be included.
For further information concerning the University of California Medical School, see the annual announcement of the School, to be obtained from the Secretary of the Medical School, Parnassus and Second avenues, San Francisco, California.
CURRICULA IN PUBLIC HEALTH NOTE.—Due to the establishment at the University of a unit of the Students’ Army Training Corps, the curricula announced below are subject to revision for the year 1918–19.
There are three curricula in public health designated by the letters A, B, and C. Curriculum A is intended for general students in public health; curriculum B is intended for students holding the degree of Bachelor of Science from the College of Civil Engineering; curriculum C is intended for students of medicine and may be substituted for the second half of the fourth year, and fifth, or interne, year, in the Medical School, without affecting candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
During enrollment in the Medical School, students in the Public Health course are subject to the usual fee of $75 per half-year.
On completion of any of these curricula by properly qualified persons the degree of Graduate in Public Health (Gr.P.H.) will be conferred.
With the permission of the Committee on Public Health Study-Lists, courses may be substituted for those shown in the following curricula to the extent of not more than six units in each half-year.
CURRICULUM A A four-year course, three years in the College of Letters and Science, and one year in the Medical School.
Requirements for admission to the course.—The junior certificate or evidence of an equivalent preparation; a reading knowledge of French or German; matriculation physics; Chemistry 14-1B; Bacteriology 1; Zoology 1A.
The student is advised to avoid strict specialization in science and to devote his elective units as far as practicable to subjects of general culture. The following courses, however, should be provided for either before the junior certificate or by election later: Chemistry 8 and 9; Economics 1A-1B.
In order to satisfy the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts based on the first two years of this curriculum, the student must complete at least thirty units selected from the following list of courses. The thirty units must be distributed among the subjects as indicated.
In order to satisfy the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Public Health, or in order to proceed to the final year of this curriculum
which is given in the Medical School, the student must have completed twelve units chosen from the following list of courses, in addition to the thirty units completed for the bachelor's degree.
The curriculum for students who hold an academic bachelor's degree based in part on the curriculum of an acceptable training school for nurses, will be determined for each candidate by the Committee on Public Health Study Lists.
1 Veterinary Science 117
Household Science 102.
6 Hygiene 104
Civil Engineering 124
Civil Engineering 128
SECOND GRADUATE YEAR
GIVEN IN THE MEDICAL SCHOOL First Half-year.
Units First month.-- Lectures and out-patient clinics in the University of California
Hospital. Such work will be arranged for each individual student in the various medical, surgical, and children's clinics
4 Second month.-Work with the Social Service Department of the University of
California Medical School Third month.--Work with the San Francisco Health Department. Investiga
tion of city health problems, such as birth problems, morbidity statistics,
etc. Fourth month.—Work with the California State Board of Health. Investiga
tion of state health problems in connection with bureaus in Berkeley.....
cialties Third and fourth months.-Research and writing of thesis under direction of
Public Health Study-Lists Committee...