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1. The Department of Class Instruction organizes and conducts classes in cities and towns wherever a sufficient number of people can be secured who wish to study the same subject. Instruction is offered in languages, literature, public speaking, mathematics, political science, business branches, economics, engineering, technical branches, and other subjects.
2. The Department of Correspondence Instruction offers instruction by mail in languages, literature, mathematics, music, drawing, education, political science, engineering, geography, etc. Courses may begin at any time.
3. The Department of Lectures provides lectures singly or in series for any committee, club, organization, or community in the state that will make the necessary arrangements.
II. PUBLIC SERVICE
1. The Department of Municipal Reference is a clearing house for inquiries concerning municipal government and administration. It is allied with the League of California Municipalities.
2. The Department of General Information undertakes to answer inquiries, of whatever nature, addressed to it, utilizing for this purpose the resources of the University.
3. The Department of Visual Instruction circulates stereopticon slides and motion picture reels. These cover many phases of educational work. They are sent in rotation through the schools of the state and are studied by public schools as part of the curriculum and by parents and citizens as a feature of community service.
Complete information with regard to University Extension, including methods of organizing classes and lecture centers, fees, and the granting of credit towards a university degree, will be sent on application. Address the Extension Division, University of California, Berkeley.
APPOINTMENT REGISTRY FOR TEACHERS
In January, 1898, the Regents of the University established, in the President's Office, a Registry for teachers and others who desire the cooperation of the University in securing employment. The aim is to obtain complete information in regard to all University eandidates for the teaching profession. A Secretary is in charge of the lists of applicants, which include the names of many who have already won success in their professions and who seek promotion. The Secretary secures evidence in regard to the scholarship, experience, and personal qualifications of each Appointment Registry for Teachers; Summer Session
candidate, and on the basis of this information answers inquiries from appointing authorities.
The purpose is to secure such information as will enable the University to name the best available candidate for a given position. The practice of giving written recommendations to students, to be used at their own discretion, has been discontinued. Reports from instructors are filed in the office of the Appointment Secretary. Copies of these reports will be mailed to school officers at their request, or at the request of the student concerned. But the President reserves the right of refusing to extend the co-operation of the University to students when they apply for positions for which they are manifestly unfit. Official recommendations for positions are made only on request of those in authority. Letters requesting such recommendations should state explicitly the subjects to be taught, or the work to be done, the salary paid per year, and the time when the engagement begins. Prompt answer will be made to such letters throughout the summer vacation as well as during the university year. The Secretary will consult any member of the faculty whose advice is especially desired. There are no fees for the services of this office.
Communications should be addressed to the Appointment Secretary, University of California, Berkeley.
The summer session of six weeks is designed for teachers and other persons who are unable to attend the University during the fall and spring sessions. There are at present no formal entrance requirements, except that applicants must be persons of good moral character and must be considered by the faculty to be of sufficient maturity and intelligence to profit by attendance upon the exercises of the session. The courses of. instruction are mainly of university grade, and credit toward university degrees may be given to attendants who comply with such conditions of work and examinations as may be imposed by the instructors in charge.
The Intersession conducted during the six weeks immediately precedling the summer session is designed primarily for regular students of the University. By attending both the summer session and the intersession students may obtain credit for one semester's residence and twelve units of work. The tuition fee for each session is $20, regardless of the number of courses taken.
An Announcement of the summer session is issued in April of each year and may be obtained by addressing the Dean of the Summer Sessions, Berkeley, California.
In addition to the sessions at the University in Berkeley, a summer session is conducted at the Southern Branch of the University in Los Angeles.
A, Subject, 22, 61.
mended for, 22. regulations concerning, 60. to advanced standing, 29.
to graduate standing, 32. Admission requirements, 17, 18, 19, 20. Advanced standing, 29, 59. Agriculture, curriculum of the college
of, 40. major requirements and recommenda
tions, 24. Agricultural theses, 67. Anthropology, 24. Applied science, colleges of, 15. Appointment registry for teachers, 74. Appointment secretary, 74. Architecture, curriculum of the school
of, 50. major requirements and recommenda
tions, 24. Art and drawing, 25. Arts, requirements for degree of bachelor
of, 36. Associated students, 73. Athletics, regulations concerning, 67. At large, students, 59. Authority of instructors, 63. Biology, 20. Board and lodging, 70. Books and stationery, 72. Calendar, 5. California College of Pharmacy, 10, 12,
California School of Fine Arts, 10, 12.
curricula of the college of, 47.
major requirements, 24. Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside,
12. Civil Engineering, curriculum of the
college of, 46. Classification, regulations concerning,
59. Climate of Berkeley, 14. College of Dentistry, 12, 15, 24. College Entrance Examination Board,
20. College of Letters and Science, 32. Colleges and departments of the Univer.
sity, 11. Commerce, curriculum of the college of,
recommendations for, 23. Dean of the Undergraduate Division,
70. Dean of Women, 70. Deans, duties of, 69.
in the academic colleges, 9. Degrees conferred in the several colleges,
School of, 52.
regulations concerning, 63.
law library, 72.
regulations concerning, 68.
Jurisprudence, recommendations for the
major in, 26. School of, 53. Laboratory fees, 72. Languages, 26. foreign, for admission, 22.
for the junior certificate, 33, 35. for courses, see under various depart
ments. Law, Hastings College of the, 12, 26.
major recommendations, 26.
School of, 53. Leave of absence, 66. Letters and Science, College of, 32. Library science, 26. Lick Astronomical Department, 12. Life diplomas, admission on, 22. Limited students, 16, 61. Lodging and board, 70. Los Angeles Medical Department, 12. Major subjects, in the College of Letters
and Science, 36.
examination fees, 21, 64.
Medical School, 12, 53.
pre-medical curricula, 54. Medicine, 26. Metallurgy, curriculum, 44. Military Science and tactics, 27, 62. Military uniforms, 72. Mills Observatory, 12. Mining, curricula of the college of, 45. Municipal engineering, curriculum, 46. Music, 27. Non-resident students, tuition fee for,
13. Normal school graduates, admission of,
29. Nurses, curriculum for, 48. Officers, administrative, 9. Organization of instruction, 15. Organization of the University, 13. Oriental schools, admission from, 30. Petroleum engineering, curriculum, 45. Pharmacy, California College of, 12, 27. Philosophy, 27.
Physical education, required, 62.
major recommendations for, 27. Plant pathology, 92. Political science, 27. Pre-medical curricula, 54. Preparatory subjects, 20. Preparatory work required and recom
mended, 22. Professional curricula, 15. Public health, curricula in, 15, 56. major requirements and recommenda
tions, 28. Public speaking, 28. Railroad engineering curriculum, 46. Regents, 7, 13. Registration, routine of, 60. Regulations concerning students in aca
demic departments, 59. Requirements, for admission, 17.
for matriculation, 22.
leges. Residence at the University, 68, 69. Romanic languages (see French, Span
ish, Italian). Sanitary engineering curriculum, 46. Scholarships and fellowships, undergrad.
uate, 73. graduate, 73. Scholarship, grades of, 64.
Science, degree of bachelor of, 15.
requirements for, 39-48. Sciences, requirements and recommenda
tions for, 28. for courses in, see under various de
partments. Scripps Institution for Biological Re
search, 12. Self-support of students, 71. Senate, Academic, 13. Site and climate, 14. Soldiers and sailors, admisison of, 31. Southern Branch of the University, 10,