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ELMER H. CAPEN, D.D. President.

The College is on a hill top,four miles from Boston, combining the advantages of country and city. It offers to the students in all its departments the best methods of instruction, and the various facilities requisite for a thorough education, at a very moderate cost.

A new departure is the award of the bachelor's degree on the basis of attainment instead of the number of years spent in college. Great freedom of election is permitted in the new courses, which provide both for general culture and for specialization in a chosen subject and ito related studies.

DEPARTMENTS.

THE COLLEGE OF LETTERS.-Degrees, A. B., Ph.B., and for courses in Biology, Chemistry or General Science, and in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, the degree 8. B.

THE DIVINITY SCHOOL.- Degree D. B., (see third page of cover.)
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.- Located in Boston. Degree M. D.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.-Located in Boston. Degree D. M. D.

THE BROMFIELD-PEARSON SCHOOL. - A technical school, for the Engineer. ing Courses.

THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT.-Degrees, Ph. D., A. M., C. E., E. E., M. E.
SUMMER SCHOOLS. - In Chemistry and Biology.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

COURSES IN LIBERAL ARTS.

Candidates for admission to courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts are exam. ined in elementary English, one elementary Foreign Language, elementary History and Mathematics; and in a number of subjects chosen by the candidate from an optional listFull particulars of these requirements will be stated in the Catalogue for the current year.

ENGINEERING COURSES.

These courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering. The requirements for admission are Arithmetic, Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry, English, elementary German or French, and Drawing.

Full particulars in regard to the requirements for admission will be found in the Annual Catalogue for the current year.

For Catalogues, or for any information concerning the College, address

H. G. CHASE, Secretary, Tufts College, Mass.

ELMER H. CAPEN, D.D., Presideat.

The College is on a hilltop, four miles from Boston, combining the advantages of country and city. It offers to the students in all its departments the best methods of instruction, and the various facilities requisite for a thorough education, at a very moderate cost.

A new departure is the award of the bachelor's degree on the basis of attainment instead of the number of years spent in college. Great freedom of election is permitted in the new courses, which provide both for general culture and for specialization in a chosen subject and its related studies.

DEPARTMENTS.

THE COLLEGE OF LETTERS.-Degrees, A, B., Ph.B., and for courses in Biology, Chemistry or General Science, and in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, the degree S. B.

THE DIVINITY SCHOOL.- Degree D. B., (see third page of cover.)
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.-Located in Boston. Degree M. D.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL.- Located in Boston. Degree D. M. D.

THE BROMFIELD-PEARSON SCHOOL.- A technical school, for the Engineer. ing Courses.

THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT. – Degrees, Ph. D., A. M., C. E., E. E., M. E. SUMMER SCHOOLS. - In Chemistry and Biology.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

COURSES IN LIBERAL ARTS.

Candidates for admission to courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts are exam ined in elementary English, one elementary Poreign Language, elementary History and Mathematics; and in a number of subjects chosen by the candidate from an optional listFull particulars of these requirements will be stated in the Catalogue for the current year.

ENGINEERING COURSES.

These courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering. The requirements for admission are Arithmetic, Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry, English, elementary German or French, and Drawing.

Full particulars in regard to the requirements for admission will be found in the Annual Catalogue for the current year.

For Catalogues, or for any information concerning the College, address

H. G. CHASE, Secretary, Tufts College, Mass.

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ELMER H. CAPEN, D.D., President.

The College is on a hill top,four miles from Boston, combining the advantages of country and city. It offers to the students in all its departments the best methods of Instruction, and the various facilities requisite for a thorough education, at a very moderate cost.

A new departure is the award of the bachelor's degree on the basis of attainment instead of the number of years spent in college. Great freedom of election is permitted in the new courses, which provide both for general culture and for specialisation in a chosen subject and ito related studies.

DEPARTMENTS.

THE COLLEGE OF LETTERS.-Degrees, A. B., Ph.B., and for courses in Biology, Chemistry or General Science, and in Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, the degree S. B.

THE DIVINITY SCHOOL.- Degree D. B., (sce third page of cover.)
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL. — Located in Boston. Degree M. D.
THE DENTAL SCHOOL. Located in Boston. Degree D. M. D.

THE BROMFIELD-PEARSON SCHOOL.- A technical school, for the Engineer ing Courses.

THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT. - Degrees, Ph. D., A. M., C. E., E. E., M. E.
SUMMER SCHOOLS.-In Chemistry and Biology.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

COURSES IN LIBERAL ARTS.

Candidates for admission to courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts are exam ined in elementary English, one elementary Foreign Language, elementary History and Mathematics; and in a number of subjects chosen by the candidate from an optional listFull particulars of these requirements will be stated in the Catalogue for the current year.

ENGINEERING COURSE.

These courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engincering and Chemical Engineering. The requirements for admission are Arithmetic, Algebra, Plane and Solid Geometry, English, elementary German or French, and Drawing.

Pull particulars in regard to the requirements for admission will be found in the Annual Catalogue for the current year.

For Catalogues, or for any information concerning the College, address

H. G. CHASE, Secretary, Tufts College, Mar.

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