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then two years at the University Hospital School of Nursing in San Francisco, and the final half-year again in the departments at Berkeley.

The course as prescribed by the University of California follows:

COURSE FOR THE FIRST TWO AND ONE-HALF YEARS AT THE UNIVERSITY

Required: matriculation in the College of Letters and Science, including high school chemistry and either trigonometry or physics.

A minimum programme of 75 units must be completed which conforms to the requirements of the first two and a half years in the College of Letters and Science and includes the following subjects:

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College Chemistry (1A-1B)
Anatomy (102)
Bacteriology (1)
Dietetics (Household Science 102)
Hygiene (2 and 3)
Physiology 1

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Zoology (18)

4 Economics (14-1B; 180-181)

14 Psychology (Philosophy 2A)

3 Students taking this course should plan to spend ten weeks of their preparatory period at the University Hospital during the summer vacation following their first year at the University. This will not only afford the student an opportunity to learn whether she cares to continue the study of nursing and for what particular branch of nursing she wishes to prepare but it will enable the faculty to judge as to her ability to develop the qualities necessary in a nurse.

The last six months of training at the School of Nursing is so arranged that the student who has completed all required work satisfactorily may elect further training in any branch of nursing. She may spend this time in several departments if she wishes to do general private nursing; she may spend it in one department if her wish is to specialize; or she may prepare for teaching or administrative work.

B. COURSE LEADING TO B.S. DEGREE, CERTIFICATE IN NURSING AND

CERTIFICATE IN PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING The first two and one-half years in the departments at Berkeley and the class work at the University Hospital School of Nursing will be arranged as in “A”. The details of the practical work are given in the Announcement of the School of Nursing, copies of which may be obtained from the Director of Nursing and Social Service, University of California Hospital, Fourth and Parnassus avenues, San Francisco.

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

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The requirements for admission to the technical course in architecture are junior standing (60 units) in the College of Letters and Science and the following specific courses at the University. The matriculation requirements are identical with those of the colleges of engineering as set forth in earlier pages of this circular. If the course is to be completed in six years these courses must be completed in the lower division: Mathematics 3A-3B, 4A-4B; Graphic Art 14; Drawing 3A, 3B, 3c; Physics 14-1B; Civil Engineering 8; Architecture 54-5B, 11, 12A-12B, 134-13B.

NOTE.—Students who do not wish to follow the technical curriculum in architecture may choose architecture as a major subject in the College of Letters and Science. Third Year

First Graduate Year 2nd

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half-year half-year Units

Units Units Architecture 101A-101B..

Architecture 203A-203B... Architecture 50-50..

Architecture 206e-206F... Architecture 105c-105D...

Architecture 299A-299B... Architecture 106A-106B...

Architecture 209A-209B... Architecture 12A-12B.....

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Architecture 13a.

Civil Engineering 116....
Architecture 14A-14B..
Drawing 110...
Civil Engineering 117.
Civil Engineering 118A-

Second Graduate Year
Graphic Art 128A-128B....

Architecture 204.

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Architecture 216..

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fourth year of undergraduate work, and 107F.

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to the degree of Graduate in Architecture

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16 The requirement for entrance to the School of Architecture (as distinguished from the Department of Architecture) is the A.B. degree with a major in Architecture or the equivalent of this. The degree of Graduate in Architecture is conferred upon students in the School of Architecture who shall have remained in residence at least one year after obtaining the A.B. degree and who shall have satisfactorily completed the following courses of study:

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Drawing 3ABC, 110; Graphic Art 14, 128AB.

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To obtain the degree of Graduate in Architecture in the shortest possible time, students will find it necessary to anticipate the required studies as much as possible before obtaining the A.B. degree.

The division of the classes in architectural design is based upon a system of progressive values, instead of half-years, as follows: Stage 1-(Architecture 101A, Elementary Design) 3 pro

jets during the half-year: First Grade

12 values Second Grade

8 Third Grade

4 Fourth Grade

0 Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of 8

programmes): First Grade

4 values Second Grade

2 24 values required. Stage II—(Architecture 101B, Elementary Design) 3 pro

jets during the half-year: First Grade

12 values Second Grade

8 Third Grade

4 Fourth Grade

0 Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of 8

programmes): First Grade

4 values Second Grade

2 24 values required. Stage III—(Architecture 102A-102B) 3 projets each half

year: First Grade

12 values Second Grade

8 Third Grade

4 Fourth Grade

0 Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of 8

programmes): First Grade

4 values Second Grade

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48 values required.
Stage IV-(Architecture 203A-203B, Planning and Com-
position) 3 projets each half-year:

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Third Grade
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Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of 8

programmes): First Grade

4 values Second Grade

2 48 values required. Stage V-(Architecture 204, Advanced Design) 3 pro

jets during the half-year: First Grade

12 values Second Grade

8 Third Grade

4 Fourth Grade

0 Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of 8

programmes): First Grade

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Total, 168 values required.

No student may count, toward his total values, more than 4 values on Esquisse. Esquisse each half-year. No excess values in a given stage may be applied to 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 having completed the requisite preparatory work for Architecture 101.

Students may begin the thesis and seminar required for the degree of Graduate in Architecture upon the completion of one hundred and sixtyeight 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 half year.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

The term “School 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;

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3. For students preparing to engage in school administration 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, as 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 junior 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.

MEDICAL SCHOOL

Matriculation. For matriculation in the Medical School—the five years' course leading to M.D.-in and after 1922 the student must have attained senior standing in the College of Letters and Science*.

For those who enter the Medical School in or after August, 1923, senior standing in the College of Letters and Science requires the attainment of the Junior Certificate (see this Circular, under College of Letters and Science), and the subsequent completion of at least 27 units of work of which 18 shall normally be in upper division courses. The total number of college units presented must be at least 90. On the completion of the first year's work in the Medical School, the degree of A.B., College of Letters and Science, will be granted.

*NOTE.—Students who enter the Medical School in August, 1922, will be matriculated with the above requirements or may present at least 94 units of work in the College of Letters and Science, including normally 18 units of upper division work taken in the third year, according to the plan outlined in the 1919-20 Circular of Information, pp. 54-56 under caption Pre medical Curricula. On completion of the first year's work in the Medical School the degree of A.B., College of Letters and Science, will be . granted.

Students entering the Medical School in August, 1921, may follow the 94-unit plan, receiving the A.B. on the completion of the first year's Work in the Medical School, or the 64-unit plan (see 1919-20 Circular of Information, pp. 53-56), omitting the bachelor's degree.

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