University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944
Departments of instruction, pp. 203-223 PDF (5.6 MB)
218 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 16. CROP IDENTIFICATION AND STANDARDS. I; 2 cr. (Same as Agronomy 16.) A laboratory study of the classification, identification and standards of excellence of field, orchard and garden crops. Only one credit of this course may be counted toward a major in horticulture. Prerequisite: Junior standing. Mr. Moore, Mr. Holden. 100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor. Staff. 101. ADVANCED HoME GROUNDS DESIGN. I: 3 cr. Design of estate, country home grounds, and related problems. Prerequisites: Hort. 6 and 12. Offered 1943-44 and alternate years. Mr. Aust, Mr. Longenecker. 102. PUBLIC GROUNDS. II; 3 cr. Landscape problems in connection with public buildings: parks and cemetery design: roadside planting. Prerequisites: Hort. 6 and 12. Offered 1943-44 avid alternate years. Mr. Aust. 104. LANDSCAPE PLANTS. Yr; 2 cr. First semester: A study of plant forms, color and texture in landscape design. Second semester: Advanced study of annuals and herbaceous perennials. Prerequisite: Hort. 6. Offered 1942-43 and alternate years. Mr. Longenecker. 110. SEMINARY. Yr; I cr. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Mr. Aust. Mr. Roberts. 122. ADVANCED POMOLOG.Y. Yr; 2 cr. Recent theory and practice regarding problems of commercial orcharding. First semester: Problems relating to fruit. Second semester: Problems of orchard practice. Prerequisite: Hort. I or consent of instructor. Mr. Roberts. 180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. I, II; *cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor. Staff. 192. RURAL PLANNING. II; 3 cr. Principles of rural-regional planning applied to a county. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Mr. Aust. 200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of instruc- tor. Staff. MATHEMATICS These courses, offered in the College of Letters and Science, are especially designed for students in Agriculture. Students who wish preparation in mathematical statistics beyond Mathematics 135 should take the courses prerequisite to calculus followed by Math. 101a, 101b, or 103a, 103b, and 118, and 137. Mathematics 102a and 102b may be taken in place of Mathematics 101a, 101b, or 103a, 103b. 71. MATHEMATICS FOR AGRICUI.TURAL STUDENTS. I; 4 cr. For students presenting one unit of algebra for entrance. Staff. 135. INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL METHODS IN THE NATURAL SCIENCES. I; 3 cr. For the student seeking experience in the calculation and interpretation of statistical measures and techniques suited to the analysis of small samples. Two hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory. Prerequisites: Math. lb or 3a, and consent of instructor. Mr. Eisenhart. (For students interested in the application of statistics to biology. the Department of Agronomy offers course 36, Biometry, 3 cr.) .
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