Graduate Courses: A Handbook for Graduate Students

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Clyde Augustus Duniway, Barclay W. Bradley
Ginn, 1894

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Stran 14 - undergraduate " and " graduate " courses offered by Harvard University, and are more than sufficient to enable a woman to perform the work required by the University for the degrees of AB and AM In addition to these, Graduate Students in Radcliffe College have access to a large number of Graduate courses in Harvard University. The examinations are the same in both institutions, and the diplomas conferring the degrees of AB and AM are countersigned by the President of Harvard University, as a guarantee...
Stran 7 - Charter," by which the acts of the Corporation were declared to have immediate force and effect^ and to be merely "alterable" by the Overseers to whom the Corporation was to be responsible.
Stran 9 - It shall be the duty of the resident physician, or his assistant, to visit and inspect every vessel entering the port of New Orleans through the Mississippi river.
Stran 9 - ... things necessary for the study of Agriculture in all its branches, and for mechanical training, and the studies and exercises directed to the cultivation and enlargement of the mind...
Stran 13 - College. RADCLIFFE COLLEGE, the successor of the Society for the Collegiate Instruction of Women, offers systematic collegiate instruction to women under the professors and other teachers of Harvard University.
Stran 68 - History of political theories, with especial reference to the origin of American Institutions.
Stran ix - Doctor's degree ought to stand all the world over, as it does in Europe, for research j and among our higher universities there is a practical uniformity in this requirement. Many universities, however, confer the degree after merely an examination on reading pursued in absentia, or on studies pursued in residence. Many institutions, moreover (31 in the Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1888-89,) give honorary Ph. D. degrees. Such practices make foreigners suspicious of the significance...
Stran 87 - ... pamphlets), principally relating to astronomical subjects. It has likewise been provided with funds for the maintenance and increase of its equipment and library, and for the payment of its current expenses, special provision having also been made for the...
Stran 11 - A pamphlet, called: Proposals Relative to the Education of Youth in Pennsylvania,, written in 1749 by Dr. FRANKLIN, led to an association by certain citizens of Philadelphia, for the purpose of raising to the dignity of an Academy the Charitable School which had been established in...

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