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

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  107. ADVANCED POULTRY MANAGEMENT. II; 3 cr. Influence of recent investigations
in poultry husbandry as they affect modern methods of feeding, housing, breeding,
care
and management of poultry. Prerequisite: Poultry Husbandry 1. Offered 194041
and in
alternate years. Mr. Halpin.
  180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. Yr; *cr. Fee $2.25 per lab. cr. Mr. Halpin, Mr.
Holmes,
Mr. Annin.
  200. RESEARCH PROBLEMS. Yr; *cr. Fee $2.25 per lab. cr. Mr. Halpin, Mr.
Holmes,
Mr. Annin.
                            RURAL SOCIOLOGY
PROFESSOR KOLB, chairman; ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS BARTON, WILEDEN; ASSISTANT
PRO-
FESSOR HILL; INSTRUCTORS ANDERSEN. KELLOGG.
  There are two ways in which students may work in this field. First, a program
leading
to a full major and preparing for teaching, research, or extension work may
be ar-
ranged. In such a plan 10 credits should be taken in the department and 5
credits selected
in any one of the following departments: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural
Edu-
cation, Agricultural Journalism, Horticulture, Home Economics, or Sociology
in the
College of Letters and Science. Credits thus chosen in Letters and Science
may count
toward the major, but shall not be counted as a portion of the 50 credits
required in
agricultural subjects. Second, courses may be selected 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 groups as families, neighborhoods,
vil-
lages, interest groups, town-country and rural-urban relations; its people;
its social in-
stitutions. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Mr. Kolb.
  125. RURAL SOCIAL TRENDS. 1; 2 cr. Advanced course in study of rural society
through systematic examination of important source materials from Europe
and Ameri-
ca; recent findings in rural social trends. Prerequisite: Rural Sociology
25 or equiva-
lent or senior standing. Mr. Barton.
  126. RURAL STANDARDS OF LIVING. II; 2 cr. Main elements composing standards
of
living, growth of a consumer consciousness, and governmental and cooperative
agencies
whica give it expression. Prerequisite: Sociology 1, 2, 25 or equivalent.
Mr. Barton.
  127. RURAL COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION. II; 2 cr. History of the rural community
and its social organization; principles, including leadership and processes
of coopera-
tion and conflict; agencies; studies of selected cases. Prerequisite: Rural
Sociology 25
or graduate standing. Mr. Wileden.
  192. RURAL PLANNING. II; 3 cr. Principles of rural-regional planning applied
to a
county. Only one credit of this course may be counted toward a major in Rural
Sociol-
ogy. Prerequisite: Consent of instructors. Mr. Kolb, Mr. Aust, Mr. Wehrwein.
  200. RESEARCH AND THESIS. Yr; *cr. Prerequisite: Advanced graduate standing.
Staff.
  225. SEMINARY IN RURAL SOCIAL RESEARCH. Yr; 2 cr. Scope and method in cur-
rent research: community organization, standards of living, population, farmers'
organi-
zations, social institutions, rural government. Prerequisites: Graduate standing
and con-
sent of instructor. Mr. Kolb.
                                     SOILS
PROFESSORS CHAPMAN, GRAUL, TRUOG, chairman, WHITSON; ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS
WILDE, ZEASMAN; ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ALBERT; INSTRUCTORS HULL, MUCKENHIRN.
  The various courses in soils are designed to give training for either the
more practi-
cal field such as farming and farm advisory and managerial work, or the professional
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