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mine each student's fitness to remain in the classes. The University cannot be held responsible for the lack of thoroughness in the common school studies of its students.
It is incompatible with the more appropriate and important work of the University to maintain a preparatory department; but to meet the exigencies of students not fully prepared, the Faculty will organize and instruct, during this first college year, classes in the preparatory studies, except the common school branches. When the higher classes shall be filled it will be impracticable to continue this preparatory work.
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ARTS.
The studies in this department embrace those scientific and literary branches required for a liberal education, and which are important for the most successful study of the various industrial courses. The studies of the course have been arranged to come within fonr years, as follows:
1st TERM—Trigonometry and Surveying.
Greek. 2D TERM— Analytical Geometry,
SECOND, OR SOPHOMORE YEAR.
Cicero de Oratore.
The studies in this artist' Tourses: • The course in Geei S2
The worse in Horie:Grag and I amuse pse trening,
The aim of these courses to be it Students to manage the s for themselves or ters, agricu.tural and horticultural ses and enterprises. The states wil be pursued partly by 2013. accompanied by courses of reading and examinations, mir by the regular study of text books. Practical exercises et eseriments on the farm, and in the gardens, nurseries, and Stations, will constitute a part of the course.
The towing conspectus of Agricnltural and Horticultural ses at art, exhibits a general view of the field designed to be
the instruction in these two courses :
With referetice to Markets,
(Live; as Hedges.
Wood; Boards; Rails; Paling.
Cellars; Fruit Houses, etc.
Cattle Barns; Stables, etc.
Argillaceous or Clayey.
Silicious or Sandy.
Manurial green erops.
(Plowing; Dragging; Rolling.
By Rotation of Crops.
(Potatoes. Root Crops.
(Turnips, Beets, Carrots, etc.
Horses, Mules, etc.
Breeds and Varieties.
RURAL LAWS, HISTORY, LITERATURE AND ECONOMY OF AGRICULTURE.