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1 Subject A Math. 3 AB
6 Phys. 1A-1B
3 Chem. 1A-1B
5 French CD or German CD
5 Mil. 1A, 2A
1 1 Mil. 1B, 2B
1 1 Phys. Educ. 1A-1B
171 161 III
Pass Grp. Hnr. Grp. Chem. 111
3 Chem. 114
3 Chem. 116
3 Chem. 120
3 Chem. 122
12 14 10 11
Course in Chemical Engineering: Students in the College of Chemistry who wish to specialize in Chemical Engineering must take all the prescribed courses in the College of Chemistry and will be expected to choose their electives in substantial accordance with the following schedule: I
II Subject A
3 3 Math. 3AB
3 3 Phys. 1A-1B
3 3 Chem. 1A-1B
3 French CD or German CD
1 1 Mil. 1A, 2A
1 1 Mil. 1B, 2B
Phys. Educ. 1c, 1D Phys. Educ. 1A-1B
3 Mech. 8B
2 171 181 III
171 191) Pass Grp. Hnr. Grp.
3 2 3 2
3 Chem. 111
2 2 Chem. 114
2 Chem. 116
3 Chem. 120
3 3 Chem. 122
1 1 Elective Courses
Elec. Eng. 100A-100B
3 2 Mech. 102A-102B or
Elec. Eng. 100C-1000
1 1 Phys. 105 A-105B.. 3
4 C. E. 108A
CURRICULUM FOR NURSES
In November, 1917, the Academic Senate established a curriculum for the training of nurses and appointed a committee to administer the curriculum. This committee has issued the following:
OUTLINE OF A UNIVERSITY COURSE PRELIMINARY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES
The demand at the present time for professionally trained nurses greatly exceeds the supply. The need for well educated and adequately trained women to fill important positions in hospitals and training schools and to carry forward new methods in public health, child welfare, and social service work will not cease with the termination of the war. meet both the present emergency and the permanent need of the future, the University of California has arranged through its academic departments and the University Hospital Training School, a five-year course for the training of nurses.
The plan provides for the completion of two years' work in the lower division leading to the junior certificate and a third year in Berkeley, followed by two years of professional training in the University of California Hospital. The degree of Bachelor of Science will be granted at the completion of the five-year course. The State Board of llealth has formally approved this five-year course as meeting in full the requirements of the Nurses' Registration Act for an accredited training school. The State Board has also voted that any student who completes a regular collegiate course in the University of California leading to a bachelor 's degree and who receives two additional years of training in the l'niversity of California Hospital, be likewise recognized as having met the full requirements of the Nurses' Registration Act.
However, admission to the Hospital Training School will depend upon the student's qualifications and previous training as well as upon the capacity of the hospital to care for its students.
Candidates for admission to the Hospital School are required to present a satisfactory certificate of health from the University Physician.
The following table presents a typical schedule of courses covering the three years of work in Berkeley.
UNITS FOR JUNIOR CERTIFICATE, INCLUDING MATRICULATION
(Matriculation 45 plus Lower Division 64 = 109)
Matriculation Group I, including chemistry, required. For detailed information concerning Group I, see Admission Requirements in earlier pages of this circular,
THIRD YEAR COURSES The student should take at least 18 units of major courses in the third year. First Half-year
Second Half-year Physiology 4 units Hygiene
3 units Dietetics
16 units 16 units
Further information may be obtained at the Office of the Dean of Women, 205 California Ilall.
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE The requirements for admission to the technical course in architecture are the junior certificate in the College of Letters and Science and the following specific courses at the University. Students who expect to follow the technical course in architecture should present matriculation group II for admission. The student should, however, register in the College of Letters and Science and comply with the requirements for the junior certificate. If the course is to be completed in six years, the following prerequisites must be completed in the lower division: Mathematics 3A-3B, 4A-4B; Graphic Art 14A-14B; Drawing 32, 33, 3c; Physics 1A-1B; Civil Engineering 8; Architecture 5A-5B, 11, 12A-12B, 13A-13B.
NOTE.-Students who do not wish to follow the teehnical curriculum in architecture may choose architecture as a major subject in the College of Letters and Science.
(Due to the establishment at the University of a unit of the Students' Army Training Corps, the curriculum announced below is subject to revision for the year 1918–19.) Third Year
First Graduate Year 1st 2nd
2nd half-year half-year
half-year half year Units Units
Units Units Architecture 101A-101B
Architecture 203A-203B Architecture 50-50
Architecture 206 E-206F Architecture 1050-1050 1
Architecture 207A-207B 1
4 Architecture 106A-106B
Architecture 209A-209B Architecture 12A-12B ..
Civil Engineering 1E.... 3 Architecture 13A
Civil Engineering 116..
Second Graduate Year Civil Engineering 118A
Architecture 204. 1183
15 Civil Engineering 127..
3 1 1 1
The foregoing curriculum leads to the Degree Bachelor of Arts at the end of the fourth year of undergraduate work, and to the
degree of Graduate in Architecture at the end of the second graduate year.
The requirement for entrance to the School of Architecture (as distinguished from the Department of Architecture) is the A.B. degree with a major in Architecture or the equivalent of this. The degree of Graduato in Architecture is conferred upon students in the School of Archi. tecture who shall have remained in residence at least one year after obtaining the A.B. degree and who shall have satisfactorily completed the following courses of study:
Architecture 5ABCDEF, 11, 12AB (six half-years), 13AB (three half
years), 14AB (four half-years), 101AB, 102AB, 105CDEF, 106ABCD,
108AB, 203AB, 206EF, 207AB, 209AB, 204, 216.
To obtain the degree of Graduate in Architecture in the shortest possible time, students will find it necessary to anticipate the required studies as much as possible before obtaining the A.B. degree.
The division of the classes in Architectural Design is based upon a system of progressive values, instead of half-years, as follows:
Stage I-(Architecture 101A, Elementary Design) 3
8 Third Grade
4 Fourth Grade
Esquisse-Esquisse (3 required each half-year out of
2 24 values required. Stage II—(Architecture 101B, Elementary Design) 3 projets during the half-year, First Grade
12 values Second Grade
8 Third Grade
2 24 values required.