Part G-CIRCULAR OF INFORMATION. COLLEGES OF LETTERS, SCIENCES, AND
Academic Senate, 15.
The Regents of the University, 8.
Academic Senate-Alphabetical List, 19.
Standing Committees of the Regents
General Statement, 33.
for the year 1911-12, 9.
Administrative Officers, 10.
Standing Committees of the Academic
Senate and Academic Council, 12.
Site and Climate, 41.
List of Colleges and Departments, 14.
THE ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS
Academic Council, 43.
Requirements for Matriculation and
Organization and Instruction, 46.
Junior Certificate, 82.
Status of Students, 47.
The t'pper Division, 85.
Admission Requirements, 47.
Degree Requirements, all Colleges, 87.
General List of Preparatory Subjects,
Course in Architecture, 88.
College of Commerce, 89.
Groups of Subjects for the Several Col-
College of Agriculture, 90.
College of Mechanics, 92.
Description of the Preparatory Sub-
College of Mining, 94.
College of Civil Engineering, 96.
Methods of Admission, 69,
College of Chemistry, 98.
Admission by Examination, 69,
Extracts from the General Regulations
College Entrance Examination Board,
of the Faculties, 99.
The Graduate School, 110.
Admission from Accredited Schools in
Regulations of the Faculties concern.
ing Graduate Students, 110.
List of Accredited Schools, 73.
Teachers' Certificates, 120.
Admission from California State Nor
General Information, 123.
Expenses of Students, 123.
Admission on Teachers' Diplomas, 77.
Opportunities for Self-support, 124.
Admission from Secondary
Loan Funds, 125.
outside of California, 78.
Medals, Prizes, 127.
Admission to Advanced Standing in
Undergraduate Courses, 78.
University Extension, 136.
Admission from schools and Colleges
Appointment Registry, 138.
in Japan and China, 79.
Summer Session, 139.
Admission to Graduate Courses, 80.
Library, Museums, and Laboratories,
Council of the Alumni Association. 160.
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