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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944

Departments of instruction,   pp. 203-223 PDF (5.6 MB)


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SOILS
minimum number of credits required in agricultural subjects. Second, courses
may be
counted as electives by students majoring in other departments, who wish
to gain a
knowledge of the social arrangements of present-day rural society.
  25. RURAL LIFE. I; 3 cr. Rural society; its people as families, neighborhoods,
villages, interest groups, and town-country and rural-urban relations; its
social insti-
tutions. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Mr. Kolb.
  125. RURAL SOCIAL TRENDS. I; 2 cr. Advanced course in study of rural society
through systematic examination of important source materials from Europe
and Amer-
ica; recent findings in rural social trends. Prerequisite: Rural Soc. 25
or senior
standing. Mr. Barton.
  126. RITRAL STANDARDS OF LIVING. II; 2 cr. Main elements composing standards
of living, growth of a consumer consciousness, and governmental and cooperative
agencies which give it expression. Prerequisite: Course in elementary sociology
or
consent of instructor. Mr. Barton.
  127. RURAL COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION. II; 2 cr. History of the rural community
and its social organization; principles, including leadership and processes
of cooperation
and conflict; agencies; studies of selected cases. Prerequisite: Rural Soc.
25 or graduate
standing. Mr. Wileden.
  180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. I, II; *cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent
of
instructor. Staff.
  200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of
instructor.
Staff.
  225. SEMINARY IN RURAL SOCIAL RESEARCH. Yr; 2 cr. Scope and method in current
research: community organization, standards of living. population, farmers'
organiza-
tions, social institutions, rural government. Prerequisites: Graduate standing
and
consent of instructor. Mr. Kolb.
                                      SOILS
PROFESSORS CHAPMAN, GRAUL, TRUOG, chairmnanz, ZEASMAN; ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
ALBERT, WILDE; ASSISTANT PROFESSORS JACKSON, MUCKENHIRN; INSTRUCTORS BERGER,
HULL, NELSON, TURNER.
  The various courses in soils are designed to give training for either the
more prac-
tical field such as farming and farm advisory and managerial work, or the
professional
field such as teaching, research, extension, soil survey, and soil conservation.
Students
preparing for the practical field should elect the less technical courses
in soils and
related agricultural departments; those preparing for professional work should
elect
considerable course work in the basic natural sciences along with the advanced
courses
in soils.
  Not to exceed five credits from the following courses may be counted as
a portion
of the undergraduate major requirement in soils: Agricultural Bacteriology
123,
Geology 1, Agronomy 102, and Agronomy 106.
  1. SOILS AND SOIL FERTILITY. I; 4 cr. An introductory, general survey of
the field.
Prerequisite: Chem. la. Mr. Graul.
  26. FERTILIZERS AND SOIL MANAGEMENT. II; 2 cr. Use, composition, and manufac-
ture of fertilizers. Prerequisite: Soils 1. Mr. Graul.
  100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.
Staff.
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