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Other courses in the College of Agriculture,   pp. 200-202 PDF (899.7 KB)


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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
                        HOME ECONOMICS COURSE
    A four-year course in Home Economics leading to the degree of Bachelor
of Science
    (Home Economics) is given at the University under the direction of the
College of
  Agriculture. A bulletin containing detailed information on the course in
Home Eco-
  nomics may be obtained by writing to the Director of Home Economics, Home
Econom-
  ics Building, Madison, Wisconsin.
        GRADUATE WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS
    Graduate work is offered in each of the nineteen departments in Agriculture
and in
  the Department of Home Economics. Students wanting to take work toward
a master's
  or doctor-of-philosophy degree will enroll in the Graduate School. For
further details
  and information relating to scholarships and fellowships, procure Graduate
School bul-
  letin from the Dean of the Graduate School, Bascom Hall, Madison, Wisconsin.
                       THE FARM SHORT COURSE
    The Farm Short Course is designed for young men between the ages of 19
and 26
  years, who expect to farm. Covering two winter periods of 15 weeks each,
the course,
  which is held from the middle of November to the middle of March, provides
training
  in both the natural and social sciences as they relate to the problems
of Wisconsin
  farmers. The satisfactory completion of the work offered in the Farm Short
Course
  entitles one to a certificate awarded by the University of Wisconsin. Further
informa-
  tion, including a bulletin, may be obtained by writing to the Director
of the Farm Short
  Course, College of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin.
                      THE WINTER DAIRY COURSE
   To train men in the dairy industry to understand the more modern manufacturing
 methods, the College of Agriculture provides the twelve-weeks Winter Dairy
Course,
 beginning early in October. No entrance examination is required. However,
any-
 one who attends must be at least 16 years of age, must have had an eighth-grade
educa-
 tion, and must have had at least six months of practical experience in a
creamery,
 cheese factory, or other dairy manufacturing plant. High-school graduates
may be ad-
 mitted without having had practical experience. A bulletin containing detailed
in-
 formation on the Winter Dairy Course, the Summer Dairy Course, the Swiss-Cheese
 Makers Course, and the Special Dairy Manufacturers Conference may be obtained
by
 writing to the Chairman of the Department of Dairy Industry, College of
Agriculture,
 Madison, Wisconsin.
                       SHORT SERVICE COURSES
  In addition to the courses mentioned heretofore, the College of Agriculture
sponsors
a number of short service courses which vary from one day to two weeks in
length.
All of these courses have been held on the campus in the past but some of
them are now
given throughout the State on an extension basis. The courses are as follows:
Agricultural and Home Economics            Four-H Club Week
  Teachers' Summer Conference              Garden Club Short Course
Animal Breeders' School                    Greens-keepers' Short Course
Canners' Short Course                       state Judging Contests
Cold Storage Locker Operators'             State Junior Conservation Camp
  Conference                               Town-Country Leadership Summer
Cooperative Management School                School
County Agents' and Home Demonstration      Wisconsin Fertilizer Conference
Agents' Conference                       Wisconsin Junior Livestock
Farm and Home Week                           Exposition
Farmers' Field Days                         Wisconsin Rural Life Conference
Federal Land Bank Fieldmen's School
  Although it is not definitely established that all of the above-mentioned
courses will
be offered again, it is likely that they will be given, though not necessarily
on an annual
basis. Persons interested in detailed information concerning any of the above
courses
should write to the Assistant Dean, College of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin.
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