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Image 33 of Bulletin of the University of Kentucky, Summer Session, Vol. 54, No. 2, 1962

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3* . C COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES —Continued 31 or slgzlggr Subject Credits Days Hour agguggggn Instructor ZOOLOGY — cont l if Courses open only to Upper Division and Graduate Students Y 502 Animal Ecology 3 M-F 9:20-11:30 Camp Robinson Barbour I l Prereq: Zoology 204 or 1:40-3:50 504 Heredity 3 M-F 11:40 FB B-3 Carpenter _ · Prereq; Zoology 100-101 ' 506 Embryology, Lec 4 M-Th 8:10 FB 125 Brauer I 4 Prereq: Zoology 100-101 ` V 507 Embryology, Lab 0 M-Th 9:20 FB 126 Brauer I _ Courses open only to Graduate Students J 791 Problems in Speciation 3 MWF By Appt FB 14 Carpenter 792 Problems in Limnology and Ecology 3 TThS By Appt FB 130 Kuehne 8; Wallwork 793 Problems in Herpetology and Mammalogy 3 TThS By Appt FB B-6 Barbour 794 Problems in Parasitology 3 MWF By Appt FB 400 Edney · 795 Problems in Ichthyology 3 TThS By Appt FB 130 Kuehne _ 796 Problems in Embryology and Histology 3 MWF By Appt FB 129 Brauer 798 Problems in Ornithology 3 MWF By Appt FB B-6 Barbour ‘ 768 Residence Credit for Master' s Degree 0 (May be repeated once) “ 769 Residence Credit for Doctor' e Degree 0 By Appt FB 14 Staff JOURNALISM (JOUR) . Niel Plummer, Director, Enoch Grehan Journalism Building 116 _ ` UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS ‘E ~ Requirements for the Degree of A.B. in Journalism; Prerequisites; Journalism 203 or its IB > equivalent. Rcguired; Core curriculum for all sequences; four credit hours in Journalism 241- 246; Journalism 501, 503, 504, 561. For electives in Journalism and requirements in otherareas · see the General Catalogue. Four sequences-~General Editorial, Advertising, Community Publish- ` ing and Radio—Journalism are offered which lead to the A, B. Degree in Journalism Comprehen- sive Examination: Candidates for the degree in Journalism are required to pass a final comprehen- f sive examination at the end of the senior year. g Reguirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts; See Director of School of Journalism. § 101 Intro to Journalism 2 M-Th 9:20 EGJ 208 Ritter § 203 Prin of News Writing 3 M-F 10:30 EGJ 112 McCauley d_ ’ The Practicum Sections are open to all qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors who want j ' supervised laboratory in the broad field of publications. Advisers of scholastic publications ‘ who are enrolled in Journalism 513, Supervision of High School Publications, should find one or two Practicum classes very useful. J 241 Communications Practicum 1 M-F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter L 242 Communications Practicum 1 M-F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter n S 243 Communications Practicum 1 M-F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter 244 Communications Practicum 1 M-F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter ,6 . 245 Commimications Practicum 1 M —F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter O2`- _ 246 Communications Practicum 1 M-F By Appt EGJ 112 Ritter 519; Courses open only to Upper Division and Graduate Students ssmn _ 509 Magazine Article Writing 3 M-F 10:30 EGJ 208 Moore __ Prereq; Senior or graduate standing or consent of instructor y 513 Supervision of High School Publications 3 M-F 8:10 EGJ 112 Ashley 5 541 Public Relations 3 M-F 9:20 EGJ 112 McCauley I 581 Introduction to Press Photography 3 M-F 7:00 EGJ 208 Moore x

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