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Architectural Drawing, 10 ; Descriptive Geometry and Drawing, 10 ; Chemistry and Laboratory practice, 10 ; Vacation Journal. 2. History of Architecture, 5 Analytical Mechanics, 5 ; Physics, 5. 3. History of Architecture, 5 Architectural Designing, 10 ; Physics, 5. 4. Political Economy, 5 ; Physical Laboratory practice, 10 ; Thesis.
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Esthetics of Architecture, 10 ; Resistance of Materials and Hydraulics, 5 ; Geology, 5 ; Vacation Journal. Architectural Designing, 10 ; Constitutional History, 5 ; Water Color Sketching, 10. Estimates, Agreements and Specifications, Heating and Ventilation, 10.
PROFESSOR S. W. ROBINSON. C. I. HAYS. M. A. SCOVELL.
I. O. BAKER. A. E. BARNES.
SCHOOLS. SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY. SCHOOL OF NATURAL HISTORY.
Candidates for admission to the College of Natural Science must be at least fifteen years of age, and must pass satisfactory examinations in the common school branches and in the studies of the Preliminary Year. It is desirable that their preparation shall be specially good in the Scientific studies of the Preliminary Year. Some knowledge of drawing of natural objects will also greatly facilitate the student's progress. A knowledge of the Latin language will be found a good preparation for the mastery of the scientific names which must be learned in this course.
SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY.
OBJECT OF THE SCHOOL.
The object of this school is to impart such knowledge of Chemistry as will enable the student to apply the principles of the science to the related arts, and to fit him for the field of original research, and for the practical business of the Druggist, Pharmaceutist and Practical Chemist.