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In addition to the above general requirements, the student must give evidence of sufficient training in physics, chemistry, biology, English literature and composition 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 subjects named (numbers refer to the Announcement of Courses for 1920–21): English 1A-1B (6 units); Chemistry 14-1B, 8, 9; Physics 2A–2B and 3A-3B; Zoology 1A-1B. Ten units credit in French or German will be accepted as fulfilling the requirement of a reading knowledge in these subjects.
By a resolution of the Academic Senate the faculty of the Medical School is authorized to refuse admission to applicants with a low record in the required academic subjects.
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 requirements 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 the high school programme includes the subjects listed in the following paragraphs.
PREMEDICAL CURRICULUM-THREE YEARS
The following tabulated curriculum represents the most satisfactory arrangement of work to meet the medical prerequisite courses, as prescribed for those entering the Medical School in or after August 1923. The student should however, make certain that his course is so arranged as to satisfy the junior certificate and other requirements of the College of Letters and Science so that his entrance to the Medical School and the attainment of his A.B. and M.D. may not be delayed. Certain variations in the chronological arrangement may be necessitated if the high school course included the minimum of foreign language work. Such variation may be made with the approval of the Faculty Adviser.
This curriculum assumes the completion of the following subjects in the high school: English, 3 years; history, one year; mathematics, two years, (algebra and plane geometry); chemistry, one year; physics, one year; foreign language (French or German), 2 years. The junior certificate requirements will be more easily met if foreign language study has been pursued four years in the high school.
90 In order to exhibit the distribution of the time between laboratory and class exercises, the following table will be found useful:
“Hours" per week
or lecture Laboratory units Chemistry la..
5 Chemistry IB.
5 Hygiene 2
2 (women) Hygiene 1.
1 (men) Military la
1 Military 1B.
1) Military 21
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An examination in Subject A: English Composition is required of all intrants at the time of their first registration in the University, Date of next examination: Saturday, August 14, 1920, 2 p.m.
For further regulations concerning Subject A see General Regulations of the Faculties.
See requirements for the Junior Certificate, College of Letters and Science.
MEDICAL CURRICULUM-FIVE YEARS In the fifth or intern year the student is required to act as intern in an approved hospital or as special worker in a department of the Medical School. By arrangement with the department concerned this may be done at any time after the completion of the first year and a half of medical work.
For further information see the annual announcement of the Medical School, to be obtained from the Secretary of the Medical School, Parnassus and Third avenues, San Francisco.
CURRICULA IN PUBLIC HEALTH 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 intern, year in the Medical School without affecting candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Medicine.
While enrolled in the Medical School students in the Public Health course are subject to the usual fee of $75 per half-year.
For completion of any of these curricula the degree of Graduate in Public Health (Gr.P.H.) is 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 any 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 in the College of Letters and Seience including a reading knowledge of French or German, Physics 2A-2B, Chemistry 14-1B, Bacteriology 1, Zoology 1A-1B.
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 completed: Chemistry 8 and 9, Economics 1A-1B.
In order to satisfy the reuqirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts based on the first two years of this curriculum, the student must complete at least thirty-six units selected from the following list of courses. The thirty-six 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-six 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.
Selected from the following:
Anatomy 102 Bacteriology
Hygiene 1084-1088 Biochemistry and Physiology
Biochemistry 101A Epidemiology and Public Health
Hygiene 107 Human Nutrition...
Household Science 106.
Civil Engineering 124. Statistical Methods and Social Econo
Civil Engineering 128.
SECOND GRADUATE 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........ Second month.-Work with the Social Service Department of the University of California Medical School
4 Third month.-Work with the San Francisco Health Department. Investigation
of city health problems, such as birth problems, morbidity statistics, etc... Fourth month.-Work with the California State Board of Health. Investigation of state health problems in connection with bureaus in Berkeley...
First and second months. -Out-patient Department work and lectures in specialties..
Health Study-Lists Committee...
CURRICULUM B A two-year course, one year in the College of Letters and Science and one year in the Medical School. Prerequisite: the degree B.S. conferred in the College of Civil Engineering upon students who have completed the undergraduate curriculum in sanitary engineering.
Students electing this curriculum will find it advantageous to include Physiology 101 and Anatomy 102. With the consent of the committee
these courses may be substituted for courses listed.
V (FIRST GRADUATE YEAR)
Subjects Bacteriology 101.
Economics 181. Hygiene 107
Entomology 126. Hygiene 108A.
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VI (SECOND GRADUATE YEAR)
Year in Medical School as listed in Curriculum A.
A course of one and one-half years, one year in the College of Letters and Science and one half-year in the Medical School. Prerequisite: completion of the first three and one-half years of the medical curriculum. At the end of the fifth year the degree of M.D. in the Medical School and the degree of Gr.P.H. in the College of Letters and Science will be conferred.
In the cases of persons holding the degree of M.D. from acceptable schools the curriculum required will be determined for each candidate by the Committee on Public Health Study-Lists.