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Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes / Wisconsin Farmers' Institutes : a hand-book of agriculture
Bulletin No. 11 (1897)

University of Wisconsin. Board of Regents,   pp. [8]-[11] PDF (818.2 KB)


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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN.
Board of Regents.
The State Sup't of Public Instruction, ex-officio.
The President of the University, ex-offlcio.
State at large, John Johnston, President.
State at Large, H. W. Chynoweth.  6th D
1st District, Ogden H. Fethers.    7th I
2nd District, B. J. Stevens.      8th D
3d District, W. A. Jones.          9th 1
4th District, Geo. H. Noyes.      10th
5th District, John R. Riess.       SeerE
fistrict, Frank Challoner.
)istrict, Wm. P. Bartlett.
)istrict, Orlando E. Clark.
District, J. A. Van Cleve.
District, J. H. Stout.
tary, E. F. Riley, Madison.
Colleges.
College of Letters and Science.    College of Agriculture.
College of Mechanics and Engineering. College of Law.
School of Pharmacy.                School of Music.
School of Economics, Political Science,
and History.
Courses.
Long Agricultural Course.
Mechanical Engineering Course.
Electrical Engineering Course.
Law Course.
Ancient Classical Course.
General Science Course.
Short Agricultural Course.
Dairy Course.
Civil Engineering Course.
Pharmacy Course.
Modern Classical Course.
English Course.
Civic Historical Course.
Courses in Economics and Political
Science.
Special Science Course, antecedent to
Medicine.
Special Courses for Normal School
Graduates.
Collegiate and Academic Courses in
Music.
Branches of Study.
The University presents a wide range of study, embracing more than
three hundred subjects. Something of the extent and variety of these may
be indicated by the following synopsis: Eleven languages are taught, viz.:
Greek, Latin, Sanscrit, Hebrew, German, Norse, French Italian Spanish,
Anglo-Saxon, and English. In Mathematics there are twenty-one special
courses. Under the Sciences there are la variety of courses in each of the
following: Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Mineralogy, Zoology,
Botany, Bacteriology. In History there are sixteen courses; in Oivics, nine-
teen; In Economics and Sociology, twety-eight; in Mental Sciences there are
twenty, embracing Psychology, Ethics, Aesthetics and Logic. There are
eleven courses in Pedagogics, and two courses each in Military Drill, Gym-
nastics, and Music.


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