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?HUGO K. SCHILLING
GEORGE M. STRATTON
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS JAMES T. ALLEN
ESPER S. LARSEN WILLIAM D. ARMES
ERWIN J. LEA WALTER C. BLASDALE
DERRICK N. LEHMER RUSSELL T. CRAWFORD
HAROLD L. LEUPP, Associate Librarian STUART DAGGETT
* GEORGE D. LOUDERBACK EDWARD B. DURHAM
SAMUEL S. MAXWELL ARTHUR S. EAKLE
RALPH S. MINOR BERNARD A. ETCHEVERRY
ROBERT O. MOODY HOWARD S. FAWCETT
CHARLES A. NOBLE MARTIN C. FLAHERTY
GEORGE R. NOYES FRANCIS S. FOOTE
THOMAS M. PUTNAM ELMER E. HALL
HENRY J. QUAYLE WALTER M. HART
WILLIAM J. RAYMOND ERNEST A. HERSAM
THOMAS H. REED SAMUEL J. HOLMES
LEON J. RICHARDSON RULIFF S. HOLWAY
CHESTER L. ROADHOUSE WILLIAM T. HORNE
THORBURN B. ROBERTSON LINCOLN HUTCHINSON
JOSEPH C. ROWELL, Librarian WILLIS L. JEPSON
FREDERICK J. TEGGART HERMANN KOWER
HERMANN J. WEBER ALFRED L. KROEBER
CHAU'NCEY W. WELLS
GEORGE P. ADAMS
MONROE E. DEUTSCH
| Rank of Associate Professor from January 1, 1915.
BENJAMIN P. KURTZ HERBERT B, LANGILLE CLARENCE I. LEWIS Ivax M. LINFORTH JOSEPH A. Long MATTHEW C. LYNCH CARL H. MCCHARLES "ETGENE I. MCCORMAC JOHN H. MCDONALD BEN A. MADSON WILLIAM F. MARTIN CARL S. MILLIKEN JAMES F. MITCHELL DAVID N. MORGAN SYLVESTER G, MORLEY WALTER S. MORLEY WILLIAM A. MORRIS JAMES W. NELSON HERBERT C. NUTTING WALTER E. PACKARD Louis J. PAETOW SCARLETON H. PARKER CLARENCE PASCHALL MARY F. PATTERSON JESSICA B. PEIXOTTO FRANK L. PETERSON
*WILHELM R. R. PINGER ARTHUR U. POPE WILLIAM POPPER BURR B. PRATT MERRITT B. PRATT CLIFTON PRICE STANLEY S. ROGERS GLANVILLE Y. RUSK ARTHUR W. RYDER THOMAS F. SAN FORD RICHARD F. SCHOLZ LESLIE T, SHARP LUCY W. STEBBINS RALPH T. STEVENS GUY R. STEWART FRANCIS B. SUMNER WALTER J. TAYLOR W. Scott THOMAS JOHN I. THOMPSON RICHARD C. TOLMAN REUBEN S. TOUR LESLIE M. TURNER CHARLES D. VON NEUMAYER OLIVER M. WASHBURN THOMAS T. WATERMAN WILLSON J. WYTHE
| Resigned August 31, 1914.
EMILIO GOGGIO THOMAS H. GOODSPEED GEORGE P. GRAY JEANNE H. GREENLEAF CHARLES S. H. HOWARD Ross 0. INGRIN FRANK IRWIN Yoshi S. KUNO LEWIS LILLY WILLIAM W. LYMAN, Jr. GEORGE R. MACMINN WILLIAM 0. MATTHEWS MEREDITH R. MILLER HENRY B. MONGES, Jr. SAMUEL E. MORISON BEN D. Moses K. EUGEN NEUHAUS SETH B. NICHOLSON LESLIE J. NICKELS MABEL I. OTIS WALTER H. PALMER FRED E. PERNOT WARREN O. PERRY TORSTEN PETERSSON
WILLIAM G. REED
ORGANIZATION OF INSTRUCTION
FOUR-YEAR COURSES There are established at Berkeley nine colleges, in each of which there is an undergraduate curriculum of four years, leading directly, under conditions hereinafter stated, to a corresponding degree, namely:
to the degree of A.B.
in the College of Letters, The Colleges of
to the degree of B.L. General Culture
in the College of Social Sciences, to the degree of B.S.
in the College of Natural Sciences;
in the College of Commerce,
or (2) in electrical engineering, or (3) in gas engineering, Applied Science
in the College of Mining,
ing, or (2) in sanitary engineering, or (3) in irrigation
The Colleges of
FIVE-YEAR COURSES In the Colleges of Mechanics, Mining, and Civil Engineering there are also courses of five years, leading, as do the four-year courses, to the degree of Bachelor of Science, but providing a broader cultural and professional training than is possible in the four-year courses. In the
course in Mining, provision is made for specialization, either in (1) mining engineering, or (2) metallurgy, or (3) geology.
OTHER UNDERGRADUATE COURSES AT BERKELEY At Berkeley are the Schools of Architecture, Education, and Jurisprudence. Students in these schools are classified also in the colleges of general culture and are subject to the matriculation and degree requirements of the college in which they are enrolled. The first year of work in each of these schools may be credited as the fourth or senior year of a college of general culture.
The work of the first two years of the College of Medicine is given at Berkeley; the work of the last two years is given at the San Francisco department of the College of Medicine, in San Francisco; graduate instruction only is offered at the Los Angeles department in Los Angeles.
There are permitted, in addition, courses at large and partial courses, not leading directly to any degree, but through each of which, by compliance with the conditions upon which it is conferred, a degree is possibly obtainable.
The University has no preparatory department.
In all the colleges named above there are provided graduate courses leading to the usual advanced degrees.
STATUS OF STUDENTS
In respect to status, students are classified as graduate and undergraduate, and undergraduates as regular students, students at large, and partial course students, the last being further classified as special students and limited students.
Graduate students are such graduates of the University of California or of other universities, colleges, or like institutions, who may be authorized to pursue advanced or special studies under the direction of a faculty. Such students may or may not be candidates for degrees.
Regular students are those undergraduates who have complied with the requirements for matriculation, and who pursue, or are entitled to pursue, the established curriculum of a college.
Students at large are undergraduates devoting to their studies the full time required of regular students, but pursuing purely elective courses. Students at large are subject to all regulations imposed on regular students, except the requirements for a degree, unless otherwise provided.
Special students are partial course students of mature age and character, admitted to courses in the University upon demonstrating to the officers in charge that they possess the requisite ability and preparation.
Limited students are partial course students to whom, for adequate reasons less work is permitted, or assigned, than is required of regular students.
Students at large, special students, and limited students, by virtue of their status, are not candidates for any degree.