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Illinois Industrial University.
1. Botany ; Chemistry ; Free Hand Drawing or Trigonometry and Surveying. 2. Botany ; Chemistry ; Free Hand Drawing or American Authors. 3. Vegetable Physiology ; Chemistry ; Rhetoric.
1. Agricultural Chemistry (Soils and Plants); General Horticulture : German. 2. Agricultural Chemistry (Tillage and Fertilizers); Zoology ; German. 3. Economic Entomology ; Zoology ; German.
1. Pomology and Forestry ; German ; Ancient History. 2. Plant Structures and Management; Physics ; Mediaeval History. 3. Landscape Gardening ; Physics ; Modern History.
Floriculture ; Geology ; Mental Science. Microscopy and Fungology ; Meteorology and Physical Geography ; Constitutional History. 3. Horticultural History and Rural Law ; Political Economy ; Laboratory Work ; Thesis.
FACULTY. THE REGENT,
PROFESSOR SHATTUCK, PROFESSOR RICKER, J. KENIS,
I. O. BAKER, A. C. SWARTZ, PETER ROOS.
SCHOOLS. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, MINING ENGINEERING, CIVIL ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE.
Applicants should be at least eighteen years of age, and none will be admitted under fifteen. The requirements for admission embrace the common school branches and the studies of the preliminary year. (See page 22.) The examinations in Mathematics are most thorough. Pull preparation is essential to success in the studies of the Engineer and Architect. Those who will make further preparation than is required before entering, can make their courses more extensive and profitable. The