University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944
The long course, pp. 196-200 PDF (1.5 MB)
198 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE MISCELLANEOUS RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR FRESHMEN Freshmnan, Lectures-All students in agriculture are required to take this course, which allows one credit. The course should be taken during the first semester of the freshman year. Only transfer and advanced starding students who enter the course in agriculture with sopho- more standii g or above shall le excused from this requirement. Substitutions-Studeiits intending to major in certain departments may substitute certain courses for Mathematics 71, Animal Husbandry 1, and Botany I during their freshman year. See curriculum for freshmen on page 197. Military Science and Physical Education Requirement-All male freshmen are required to enroll in military science at the time of registration with the provision that the following will be exempted from taking military science: (a) students who qualify and are accepted for membership in the Regimental Band; (b) students who do not meet the established physical requirements for military science as certified by the Student Health department; and (c) students who for other reasons are exempted or excluded by the Department of Military Science. Subject to the aforementioned conditions governing enrollment in military science, undergraduate men are required to complete: (I) Two hours of physical education for each semester of their residence and (2) Three hours of military science for four semesters. (Ad- ditional information may be found in the first-semester time table.) FOR SOPHOMORES Sophomore Agricultural Options-Sophomores are required to take one course of three credits or more in each of two of the following departments: Agricultural Eiigineering, Dairy Industry, Economic Entomology, Horticulture, Poultry Science. and Veterinary Science. A subject chosen as an option may not be included among the credits counted toward satisfying the major requirements of any of the six departments enumerated above. Substitutions-See curriculum for sophomores on page 200. Mfajors-Majors or split majors should be chosen not later than the close of the sophomore year in order that the student may secure a well-balanced training. For majors and split majors see pages 196, 197 and 224-233. Sophomore Honors and Sophomore High Honors are awarded on the basis of a minimum of two full years of work, not less than 60 credits, completed in residence, in the College of Agriculture for the first half of the four-year course. A student who earns, during these two years, 135 grade-points plus one and one-half grade-points for each credit above 60, will be awarded Sophomore Honors. A student earning 165 grade-points, plus two grade-points for each credit above 60, during these two years, will le awarded Sophomore High Honors. FOR JUNIORS Major Requirepnents-Juniors should plan their study schedules so that they will begin to meet the requirements for their majors or split majors. See pages 196, 197 and 224-233. Advfanced Independent Work-A student who has taken his freshman and sophomore work in the College of Agriculture, whose grade-point average for these first two years of study is 2.6 or higher may le eligible to take Advanced Independent Work during the remainder of his course which will enable him to secure a master's degree at the end of nine semesters. For details see pages 233-234. FOR SENIORS Senior Suuinmarv-Students begiiining their first semester of work in the senior year are given their senior summaries at the assistant dean's office before they make out their study schedules so that they may check their past work and be certain that all the requirements for graduation will be satisfied after completing the senior year's work. Senior Honors amid Senior High Honors are awarded on the basis of a minimum of two full years nf work. not less than 60 credits, completed in residence in the College of Agri- culture, for the seconid half of the four-year course. The student who earns, during this two-year period, 135 grade-points plus one and one-half grade-points for each credit above 60. will be awarded Senior Honors. The student earning 165 grade-points, plus two grade- points for each credit a]ove 60 during these two years, will be awarded Senior High Honors. Seniior-Gradiate-Seniors in the College of Agriculture who are within six credits of having completed all the requirements for graduation and who have the minimum required grade- point average of 1.5 may he admitted to the Graduate School and earn residence credit to apply toward an advanced degree at the same time they are completing their requirements for the bachelor degree.
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