g ARTS AND SCIENCES 55
l in such a course, or a paper representing part of the work must be read ,
, before the staff of the department. A copy of this paper must be filed in
Jose —, the office of the head of the department concerned.
Dles I Independent work courses are defined by their larger scope, wider con-
Bio- ` tent, advanced point of view, and by a more rigorous demand of reading,
.ini- — writing, and thinking.
ntic ; Credit for Beginning Foreign Languages
ni? A passing grade in the first semesters work of a beginning modern
8 foreign language will not entitle the student to credit for that course until
_?;1y he has gained a passing grade in the second semester's work.
)€?“ Classification in Foreign Languages
ed ’ a. The student who presents one unit of high school foreign language
` ` will be permitted to enroll in first year work for full credit.
mm ‘ b. The student who presents two units of high school foreign language
3 in Q will be permitted to enroll in first year work, but will receive credit only
Swag ; if he makes at least a B standing in this course.
. c. No student whose native language is other than English, and who
V? has had formal instruction in schools of his own country, may be permitted
_ to take elementary, intermediate, or conversation courses in that language.
Ger- j Electives in Other Colleges 7
itical ; The student is permitted to elect and count toward graduation courses
0Ci0· in the other colleges of the University not to exceed 30 credits. Credits in
u1‘S€S 2 the other colleges gained during the junior and senior years may, if not
HSM j open to freshmen, be coimted on major and field requirements. However,
2 GX- I election of law courses by Arts and Sciences students is limited by the fol-
these . lowing regulations:
S EX' Students having the major part of their work in law must in all cases register in
part. the College of Law.
, Seniors registered in the College of Arts and Sciences, and by reason thereof
carrying at least one-half of their work therein, may take as many as 8 credit hours
' of law during a semester selected from the following courses: Contracts, Torts, Agency,
i Crimes, Property I and II, Constitutional Law, Taxation, Municipal Corporations, Pub-
lbbct V lic Utilities, and such other law courses as the Dean of the College of Law may approve.
J _ Students registered in this college who are not seniors may take work in the
)l€t€d L College of Law only on securing the consent of the Dean of the College of Law.
gg in ‘ Students taking the combined six-year Arts-Law course must, before taking up
_ we ;_ law subjects, complete the first three years of Arts and Sciences work including all
ini; · subjects required for the degree in this College.
d e- _
d0¤€· Residence Requirements
Bhem Q A minimum of 30 of the last 36 credits presented for the degree must
$· be completed in residence at the University. The last 15 credits of residence
, work must be completed while registered in the college through which the
Wap . degree is granted.
lgisttfr ~ Extension and Special Examination
We ls A maximum of 32 credits, taken by extension, special examination, or
_°z“r _· b0th, may be counted toward the baccalaureate degree. Not more than
ht 0 _ half of the credits required for the major may be gained by extension,
mm; , Special examination, or both.