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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1940-1941

Other courses in the College of Agriculture,   pp. 196-198 PDF (717.4 KB)


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CURRICULA IN AGRICULTURE
FRESHMAN YEAR
               First Semester
                                     Credits
Engl. Ia-Freshman composition-             3
Chem. la-General chemistry -
Agronomy I-Genl. farm crops       - - _____  3
Mathematics la-Algebra-                     4
or Math. 3a-Algebra and Trigonometry. (4)
Convocation     -       -                 0
Physical activity requirement --    -     0
15
              Second Semester
                                    Credits
Fngl. Ib-Freshman   composition-           3
( hem. lb-Qualitativeanalysis-            5
Botany I-General botany -
Econ. Ent. I-Farm  insects                 3
Electives' -0-2
Physical activityrequirement-             0
                                      16-18
                                       SOPHOMORE YEAR
Soils 1-boils andt soil tertility - -     4      Biochemistry 1-Elem. biochemistry
        2
Agr. Bact. I-Genl. bacteriology --        4      Botany 130-Ident. and classification
of
Geology I-Genl. geology   -    -          5        seed plants -_ -_-__-------
3
Drawing 1-Elements of drawing --          3      Botany 131-Dendrology- 
                  2
Electives'       -   --    ---    -     - 2      Top. Engr. 108-Short course
in surveying- 3
                                                 Electives- _--    -    
                6-8
16-18
16-1S
'Electives should be chosen from the following: General Forestry 1, Math.
lb or 3b. Econ. Ent. 102,
Bot. 146, or Animal HTusbandry 1.
  The U. S. Forest Products Laboratory, cooperating with the College of A-ri
-ii'ture,
in addition to giving the subject, General Forestry 1, which is recommended
as an elec-
tive. also gives Wood Technology 102, which deals with the study of wood,
its prop-
erties and uses.
                                  PRE-VETERINARY
  The University of Wisconsin confers no Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees.
The leading institutions that do confer such degrees require their students
to have had
at least one year of general college work to prepare them for the more highly
special-
ized veterinary studies. To enable residents of Wisconsin to get the necessary
year of
college work that will qualify them for entrance in a veterinary college,
the College
of Agriculture offers the following one-orear pre-veterinary course:
                                       FRESH MAN YEAR
               First Semester
                                    Credits
Engl. la-Freshman  composition -          3
Chem. la-General chemistry _-_-      _--   5
Zoology I-Animal biology-------------------- 5
Electives' -3 or 4
Convocation ___------____--__----________-0
Physical activity requirement -- 0
              Second Semester
                                    Credits
Engl. lb-Freshman composition-             3
Chem. lb-Qualitative analysis     -        5
Animal Husb. I-Livestock production         3
Electives' _--         _               or 6
Physical activity requirement -             0
                                      16-17                             
              16-17
 'it is suggested that the electives selected be German, French, history,
zoology, mathematics, or
physics. Students desiring information about veterinary medicine as a profession
may elect Veteri-
nary Science 1 in the first semester.
  The cost of the year of work, shown above, will be the same as for the
first year's
work in the Long Course.
                         HOME ECONOMICS COURSE
  A four-vear 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-
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