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SOPHOMORE YEAR



101 Biology 4

201 Greek 3

203 English 2

201 Speech 2

203 Philosophy 3

Econ. or Sociology 2

201 Phys. Education 1



102 Biology 4

202 Greek 3

204 English 2

202 Speech 2

204 Philosophy 3

Econ. or Sociology 2

202 Phys. Educ 1



JUNIOR YEAR



301 Bible 3

103 Psychology 3

201 English 3

201 History 2

301 English 2

Econ. or Sociology 3



302 Bible 3

206 Philosophy 3

202 English 3

202 History 2

304 English 2

Econ. or Sociology 3



SENIOR YEAR



401 Bible 3

403 English 3

401 History 2

Econ. or Sociology 3

Elective 5



402 Bible 3

404 English 3

404 History 2

Econ. or Sociology 2

Elective- 6



This course is outlined on the presupposition that
the student has had at least two units of foreign Ian-



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guage (preferably Latin) in high school. All minister-
ial students who plan to enter a graduate school of The-
ology are urged not to major in Biblical Literature. The
major should be selected from the following: English
or History, or Economics and Sociology. The minors
should be selected from two remaining fields as
Biblical Literature and Philosophy, Public Speaking,
Foreign Language, and Physical Science.

MAJOR IN BIOLOGY
For those who are preparing to teach the biological
sciences this course is suggested. In order to qualify
for certification, twenty hours in Education is requir-
ed. Since this course has some similarity to the one
outlined for pre-medical students, it should be held in
mind that the purposes are altogether different.



FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 Biology 4

101 English 3

101 History 3

101 Chemistry 4

101 Phys. Educ 1

103 Phys. Educ 2



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 Biology 4

102 English 3

102 History 3

102 Chemistry 4

102 Phys. Educ 1

104 Phys. Educ 2



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 Biology 3

201 Language 3

201 Speech 2

201 Chemistry 4

201 Political Science 3

201 Phys. Educ 1



202 Biology 3

202 Language 3

202 Speech 2

202 Chemistry 4

202 Political Science 3

202 Phys. Educ 1



JUNIOR

307 Biology 4

301 Psychology 3

301 Language 3

301 Bible 3

Elective 4



YEAR

308 Biology <

302 Language 3

302 Bible 3

Elective 7



401 Biology



SENIOR YEAR

2 402 Biology



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407 Biology 1

Biology Elective 4

General Elective 9



408 Biology I

Biology Elective 4

General Elective 9



MAJOR IN CHEMISTRY
Students majoring in Chemistry should consult
with the head of the department concerning the indus-
trial and commercial phase of this subject. With com-
plete laboratories and equipment the field of Chemistry-
is well covered.



FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 Chemistry 4

101 English 3

101 Mathematics 3

101 Phys. Educ 1

101 Bible 3

Electives 2



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 Chemistry 4

102 English 3

102 Mathematics 3

102 Phys. Educ 1

102 Bible 3

Electives 2



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 Chemistry 4

101 Biology 4

201 Speech 2

101 Economics 3

201 Phys. Educ 1

Electives 2

SUGGESTED ELECTIVES:

Geology 107

Geology 108

English 301

English 304

JUNIOR

203 Chemistry 3

201 Physics 5

201 Psychology 3

Electives 5



202 Chemistry 4

102 Biology 4

202 Speech 2

102 Economics 3

202 Phys. Educ 1

Electives 2



Mathematics 201

Mathematics 202

Biology 307

Biology 308

YEAR

302 Chemistry 3

202 Physics 5

206 Psychology 3

Electives 5



SENIOR YEAR

401 Chemistry* 3 412 Chemistry 3

301 Chemistry 3 402 Chemistry* 3

Electives 10 Electives 10

*Courses advised but not required for a major.



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MAJOR IN ENGLISH

Students majoring in this subject should consult
the Head of the Department concerning subjects in
which to minor. The course is primarily designed for
students who expect to teach and those acquiring a
general cultural course.

FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 English 3

101 Science or Math 4

101 Hist, or Economics 3

101 Phys. Educ 1

101 Bible 3

Elective 3



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 English 3

102 Science or Math 4

102 History or Econ 3

102 Phys. Educ 1

102 Bible 3

Elective 3



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 English 3

203 English 2

201 Foreign Language 3

201 Speech 2

201 Phys. Educ 1

201 Psychology 3

Elective 3



202 English 3

204 English 2

202 Foreign Language 3

202 Speech 2

202 Phys. Educ 1

204 Philosophy 3

Elective 3



JUNIOR YEAR



301 English 2

303 English 2

301 Foreign Language 3

301 History 3

301 Political Science 3

Elective 4



302 English 2

304 English 2

302 Foreign Language 3

302 History 3

302 Political Science 3

Elective 4



SENIOR YEAR



401 English 3

403 English 3

401 Foreign Language 3

401 History 3

Elective 5



402 English 3

404 English 3

402 Foreign Language 3

402 History 3

Elective 5



MAJOR IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE

The course in Foreign Language is intended either
to furnish one an opportunity to acquire a liberal arts



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education or to meet the qualifications to teach.
Persons who expect to travel or study in foreign count-
ries would do well to follow the course of studies as
outlined. French, Spanish, German, or Latin
may be pursued as a major or minor field of study.

Upon the completion of this course, the student may
qualify for the five-year certificate.

FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 Language 3

101 English 3

101 Science 4

101 History 3

101 Bible 3

101 Phys. Educ 1



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 Language 3

102 English 3

102 Science 4

102 History 3

102 Bible 3

1 02 Phys. Educ 1



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 Language 3

201 Pub. Speaking 2

201 Political Science 3

203 Philosophy 3

201 English 3

201 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2



202 Language 3

202 Public Speaking 2

202 Political Science 3

203 Philosophy 3

202 English 3

202 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2



JUNIOR YEAR



301 Language 3

301 Psychology 3

301 English 2

301 History 2

301 Political Science 3

Elective 4



302 Language 3

302 English 2

302 History 2

302 Political Science 3

Elective 7



SENIOR YEAR



401 Language 3

403 Language 2

401 English 3

Elective 9



402 Language 3

404 Language 2

402 English 3

Elective 9



In addition to a foreign language elected as a major
it would be altogether admissible to select another
language as one of the minors. Students taking work
in this field with the intention of teaching, will be



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obliged to take twenty hours in Education during the
junior and senior years. This is necessary in order to
qualify for a teacher's certificate.

MAJOR IN HISTORY

For students preparing to teach History or to ac-
quire a general culture course.

FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 History 3

101 English 3

101 Science 4

101 Political Science 3

101 Phys. Educ 1

101 Economics 3



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 History 3

102 English 3

102 Science 4

102 Political Science 3

102 Phys. Educ 1

102 Economics 3



SOPHOMORE YEAR



207 History 3

201 American Govt 3

201 Language 3

201 Sociology 3

201 Bible 3

201 Phys. Educ 1



208 History 3

202 American Govt 3

202 Language 3

202 Sociology 3

202 Bible 3

202 Phys. Educ 1



JUNIOR YEAR



301 History 2

301 Language 3

301 Sociology 2

301 Psychology 3

301 Political Science 3

303 English 2

Elective 2



302 History 2

302 Language 3

312 Sociology 2

206 Philosophy 3

302 Political Science 3

304 Political Science 2

Elective 2



SENIOR YEAR



401 History 2

403 English 3

407 Sociology 2

Elective 10



404 History 2

404 English 3

408 Sociology 2

Elective 10



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MAJOR IN HOME ECONOMICS



FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER



Hrs.

101 English 3

101 Chem. or Biology 4

101 Hist, or Econ 3

101 Home Economics ...... 3

121 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 3



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 English 3

102 Chem. or Biology 4

102 Hist, or Economics 3

102 Home Economics 3

122 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 3



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 Home Economics 3

201 Foreign Language 3

201 Speech 2

201 Chem. or Biol 3

221 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 5



202 Home Economics 3

202 Foreign Language 3

202 Speech 2

202 Chemistry or Biology . . 3

222 Phys. Educ 1

206 Philosophy 3

Elective 2



JUNIOR YEAR



315 Home Economics 3

301 Bible 2

301 Psychology 3

301 Foreign Language 3

Elective 5



314 Home Economics 3

302 Bible 3

302 Foreign Language 3

Elective 8



SENIOR YEAR



401 Home Economics 2

407 Home Economics 4

Elective 11



402 Home Economics 2

408 Home Economics 3

Elective 12



MAJOR IN MATHEMATICS

The following outline is a suggested schedule
covering four years of study for a student who majors
in Mathematics :



FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

107 Mathematics 4

101 English 3

101 Hist, or Econ 3

101 Chem. or Biol 4



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

108 Mathematics 4

102 English 3

102 Hist, or Economics 3

102 Chem. or Biology 4



RECOMMENDED CURRICULA



101 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2



102 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2



SOPHOMORE YEAR



201 Mathematics 3

201 Foreign Language 3

201 Speech 2

201 Geography 3

201 Phys. Educ 1

201 Biology 3

Elective 2



202 Mathematics 3

202 Foreign Language 3

202 Speech 2

202 Geography 3

202 Phys. Educ 1

202 Biology 3

Elective 2



JUNIOR YEAR



301 Mathematics 3

301 Foreign Language 3

301 Psychology 3

301 Bible 3

Elective 5



302 Mathematics 3

302 Foreign Language 3

206 Philosophy 3

302 Bible 3

Elective 5



SENIOR YEAR



401 Mathematics 3

Elective 14



402 Mathematics 3

Elective 14



MAJOR IN M T TSIC



FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER



Hrs.

English Composition 3

Foreign Language 3

History 3

Physical Education 1

Music 6



Hrs.

English Composition 3

Foreign Language 3

History 3

Physical Education 1

Music 6



SOPHOMORE YEAR



Bible 3

Public Speaking 2

Psychology 3

Physical Education 1

Music & Electives 7



Bible 3

Public Speaking 2

Psychology or Phil 3

Physical Education 1

Music & Electives 7



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JUNIOR YEAR

Science 3 Science 3

Music & Electives 14 Music & Electives 14

SENIOR YEAR

Physical Education 2 English 4

Music & Electives 14 Music & Electives 12

The above course is suggested leading to the degree
of Bachelor of Arts with a major in Music. Students
who are interested in the teaching of Music should
take courses in Education in the place of the electives
in order to qualify for a certificate.

A major in Applied Music as Violin, Piano, Voice,
Organ, or Orchestra will be required to take private
instruction.



MAJOR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

In order to comply with an increased demand for
courses in Physical Education this College now pro-
vides that a student may elect a major in this field of
study. It is advised that those majoring in Physical
Education should minor in the physical sciences. Pro-
vision is made whereby the student specializing in this
field may take courses in Education to satisfy the re-
quirements for a certificate.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English 3 102 English 3

101 Biology 4 102 Biology 4

101 Chemistry 4 102 Chemistry 4



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101 Phys. Educ 1

103 Phys. Educ 2

101 History 3



102 Phys. Educ 1

104 Phys. Educ 2

102 History 3



SOPHOMORE YEAR



207 Physiology 3

201 Chemistry 4

201 Philosophy 3

201 Speech 2

201 Phys. Educ 1

201 Foreign Language 3



208 Physiology 3

201 Chemistry 4

202 Speech 2

202 Phys. Educ 1

202 Foreign Language 3

Elective 4



JUNIOR YEAR



301 Phys. Educ 2

305 Phys. Educ 2

301 Biology 4

301 Bible 3

301 Foreign Language 3

301 Psychology 3



302 Phys. Educ 2

306 Phys. Educ 2

302 Biology 4

302 Bible 3

302 Foreign Language 3

Elective 3



SENIOR YEAR

401 Phys. Educ 3 402 Phys. Educ 3

403 Phys. Educ 2 404 Phys. Educ 2

407 Phys. Educ 2 408 Phys. Educ 2

Elective 10 Elective 10

MAJOR IN PUBLIC SPEAKING
This course is suggested for students who are inter-
ested in the teaching of Public Speaking, Dramatics,
or in acquiring a general cultural course.

FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 Speech 3

101 English 3

101 Physical Science 4

101 Psychology 3

101 Phys. Educ 1

101 Social Science 3



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 Speech 2

102 English 3

102 Physical Science 4

102 Social Science 3

102 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 4



SOPHOMORE YEAR

201 Speech 2 202 Speech 2

201 English 3 202 English 3

201 Language „ 3 202 Language 3



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201 Bible 3

J01 Philosophy 3

201 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2



202 Bible 3

202 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 5



JUNIOR YEAR



301 Speech 3

303 English 2

301 English 2

301 Language 3

301 Social Science 3

319 Speech 1

Elective 3



302 Speech 3

304 English 2

302 Speech 3

302 Languages 1

302 Social Science 3

320 Speech 1

Elective 2



SENIOR YEAR



401 Speech 2

401 English 3

401 Social Science 3

Elective 9



402 Speech 2

402 English 3

402 Social Science 3

Elective 9



PROFESSIONAL COURSES



FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE PRAC-
TICE OF DENTISTRY

By following this curriculum the student will ac-
quire in two years a thorough foundation for his pro-
fession.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English 3 102 English 3

101 Biology 4 102 Biology 4

101 Chemistry 4 102 Chemistry 4

101 Mathematics 4 102 Mathematics 4

101 Phys. Educ 1 102 Phys. Educ 1

SOPHOMORE YEAR

201 Chemistry 4 202 Chemistry 4

201 Biology 3 202 Biology 3

201 Physics 5 202 Physics 5

201 Mathematics 3 202 Mathematics 3

201 Phys. Educ 1 202 Phys. Educ 1

FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE PRAC-
TICE OF MEDICINE

A degree granted by a standard college is required
for entrance to some of our best medical schools. The
course of studies outlined below not only meet all
requirements for entrance to medical colleges but satis-
fies the requirements for graduation with the degree
of Bachelor of Science.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FHtST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English 3 102 English 3

101 Chemistry 4 102 Chemistry 4

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101 Biology 4 102 Biology 4

107 Mathematics 4 108 Mathematics 4

101 Phys. Educ 1 102 Phys. Educ 1

SOPHOMORE YEAR

201 Political Science 3 202 Political Science 3

207 Biology 3 208 Biology 3

201 Physics 5 202 Physics 5

201 Speech 2 202 Speech 2

201 Foreign Language 3 202 Foreign L anguage 3

201 Phys. Educ 1 202 Phys. I'luc 1

JUNIOR YEAR

301 Chemistry 3 302 Chemistry 3

301 Psychology 3 302 Philosophy 3

301 Bible 3 302 Bible 3

301 Biology 4 302 Biology 4

301 Foreign Language 3 302 Foreign I anguage 3

SENIOR YEAR

411 Chemistry 3 412 Chemistry 3

407 Sociology 2 408 Sociology 2

401 History 2 402 History 2

Elective in Biology 4 Elective in Biology 4

Other Electives 6 Other Electives 6

FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE PRO-
FESSION OF ENGINEERING

The following is the two-year course of studies thai
has been designed for students who are looking for-
ward toward the completion of a college course in
engineering. Persons who are expecting to follow this
course should notify the Dean concerning their inten-
tions in order that their schedule of studies may be ad-
justed. Entering upon the pre-engineering course is
conditioned upon the student having completed all re-
quirements for admission to college.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English 3 102 English 3

101 Mathematics 4 102 Mathematics 4

101 Chemistry 4 102 Chemistry 4



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101 Geology 3 102 Geology 3

101 Phys. Educ 1 102 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 3 Elective 3

SOPHOMORE YEAR

201 Mathematics 3 202 Mathematics 3

201 Physics 5 202 Physics 5

201 Chemistry 4 202 Chemistry 4

201 Phys. Educ 1 202 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2 Elective 2

FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE PRAC-
TICE OF LAW

Students expecting to study law should complete
four years of academic training before starting on
their professional course. This is already a require-
ment in many of our best colleges of law. By finishing
the course as outlined below, the student will qualify
for the degree of Bachelor of Arts which includes all
necessary preparatory work, and in addition he will
have acquired a liberal arts education. This arrange-
ment is fundamentally needful and strongly urged
for those who desire to make the most thorough pre-
paration to succeed.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English 3 102 English 3

1C1 History 3 102 History 3

101 Political Science 3 102 Political Science 3

101 Economics 3 102 Economics 3

101 Science 4 102 Science 4

101 Phys. Educ 1 102 Phys. Educ 1

SOPHOMORE YEAR

201 Philosophy 3 202 Psychology 3

201 Foreign Language 3 202 Foreign Language 3

201 Political Science 3 202 Political Science 3

201 Speech 2 202 Speech 2

201 Sociology 3 202 Sociology 3

201 Phys. Educ 1 202 Phys. Educ 1

Elective 2 Elective 2



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JUNIOR YEAR

301 History 3 302 History 3

301 Foreign Language 3 302 Foreign Language 3

301 Political Science 3 302 Political Science 3

301 English 3 302 English 3

301 Bible 3 302 Bible 3

Elective 2 Elective 2

SENIOR YEAR

401 History 3 402 History 3

401 English 3 402 English 3

401 Speech 2 402 Speech 2

401 Economics 3 402 Economics 3

Elective 5 Elective 5

FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE PRAC-
TICE OF PHARMACY

The following course is suggested for students who
desire to meet some of the requirements of pharmacy.
All of this work will be accredited toward either the
Bachelor of Science or the Bachelor of Arts degree.

FRESHMAN YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs. Hrs.

101 English) 3 102 English 3

101 Biology 4 102 Biology 4

101 Chemistry 4 102 Chemistry 4

103 Mathematics 3 104 Mathematics 3

101 Latin 3 102 Latin 3

SOPHOMORE YEAR

207 Physiology 3 208 Physiology 3

201 Chemistry 4 202 Chemistry 4

201 Physics 5 202 Physics 5

201 Latin 3 202 Latin 3

Elective 2 208 Chemistry 2

FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR THE STAND-
ARD NORMAL CERTIFICATE

Students who complete this course are qualified for



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53



the standard normal certificate valid in all the
mentary schools in West Virginia for five years.

FRESHMAN YEAR



ele-



FTRST SEMESTER

Hrs.

101 English 3

101 Biology 4

107 Geology (Geog.) 3

101 Education 2

101 Phys. Educ 1

123 Music 2

103 Phys. Educ 2



SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs.

102 English 3

102 Biology 4

108 Geology (Geog.) 3

112 Educ. - Psychology 4

102 Phys. Educ 1

124 Music 2



SOPHOMORE YEAR



207 Eng. ( Juv. Lit.) 2

205 Education 4

201 Home Economics 3

203 Pub. School Art 2

201 Speech 2

201 Phys. Educ 1

101 History 3



204 English 2

206 Educ. (Methods) 4

208 Education 2

204 Art (Pub. School Art) . . 2

210 Education 4

202 Phys. Educ 1

102 History 3



FOR STUDENTS PREPARING FOR FOUR YEAR
COLLEGIATE ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATE

FRESHMAN YEAR



FIRST SEMESTER
101 English (Eng. Comp.) . . 3
101 Biology (Plant Biol.) .. 4
107 Geology (Col. Geog.) . . 3
101 Educ. (Intro.) 2

101 Physical Educ 1

123 Music, (Pub. Sch.) 2

102 Phys. Ed. (Health T.) . . 2



SECOND SEMESTER
102 English (Eng. Com.)... 3
102 Biology (Animal Biol.).. 4

108 Geol. (Col Geog.) 3

112 Educ. <Educ. Psych.)... 4

102 Phys. Educ 1

124 Music (Pub. Sch.) 2



17 17

SOPHOMORE YEAR

207 English Lit 2 204 Eng. Lit. (Am. Lit.) .... 2

(Juvenile Lit.) 10 2 History (U. S. Hist.) ... 3

101 History (U. S. Hist.) . . 3 on _ „ . * , „ - „ .

205 Educ. (Methods) 4 206 EduC " < M *thods) 4

201 Home Economics* 3 208 Educ - (S° h - M'g't.) .... 2

203 Art (Pub. Sch. Art) .... 2 204 Art (Pub. School Art) . . 2

201 Speech** 2 210 Educ. (Dir. Teaching).. 4

201 Phys. Educ 1 202 Phys. Educ 1

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JUNIOR YEAR

301 Eng. Lit. (Adv. 302 Eng. Lit. (Eng. Lang.) . 2

Eng. Gram.) 2 202 Poi. Science (A. Govt.) . 3

201 Pol. Science (A. Govt.) . 3 202 Cieol (Econ. Geol.) 2

201 Geol. (Ec. Geol.) 2 352 Educ (EL Sch Adm } 3



Music (Elective 2



351 Ed. (Elem. Sch. Supv) . 3

305 Phys. Educ 2

301 Biblical Lit 3 Elective 2

Art (Elective) 2 302 Biblical Literature 3

17 17

SENIOR YEAR

451 Educ. (Psy. of Child) . . 3 452 Educ. (Probe, in Ed.) ... 2

403 Speech (Spch. Com.)... 2 402 Speech (Sp ^ Course) 2

Social Science 3 „.

Elective 7 Electlve - 11

If) 15

This course of study meets all the requirements of
the State Board of Education tor a five-year col-
legiate certificate either as teacher or principal in the
elementary schools. It also meets the required twenty-
four semester hours for a major in Education and of.
fifteen hours each for minors in English and Social
Science in the College of Liberal Arts. It does not pro-
vide for the graduation requirement of twenty-four
hours in Foreign Language. The student who can offer
three units (18 semester hours) of high school credit
in foreign language should elect foreign language in
his junior and senior years. The student who has had
no foreign language must modify this course of study
so that he can begin his study of foreign language in
the freshman year. The student must also elect three
hours in Philosophy (preferably Logic) to meet the
college graduation requirement.

By proper selection of courses a student may be
able to complete his college course in two years after
having completed the Standard Normal Course in two
years. Students in the teacher training courses are
urged to consult with the Dean and instructors in
the Teacher Trailing Department.



PROFESSIONAL COURSES 55

FOUR YEAES COLLEGIATE CURRICULUM FOR
TEACHERS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

General Minimum Requirements

1. General and Elementary Education 30

2. English and Public Speaking 15

3. Social Studies 12

4. Biology and Nature Study — 8

5. Geography . 8

6. Health and Physical Education 6

7. Art 6

8. Music 6

Electives _ 37

Requirement for Certification 128

This curriculum will include all the work required
in the two-year course for elementary school
teachers or a reasonable equivalent of the courses pre-
scribed for this curriculum. The four-year curriculum
should include also additional work in the field of
elementary education, such as, child psychology,
kindergarten, primary education, the elementary
school curriculum, health and care of children,
philosophy of education and additional work in dir-
ected teaching. Provisions should be made for some ob-
servation of elementary teaching and supervision in
select schools and school systems in West Virginia
and other states.



DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUCTION

I — Division of Fine Arts



Mr. Wonnberger, Mr. Muzzy, Miss Snodgrass,
Mr. Kingsburg, and Mrs. Neil..

DEPARTMENT OF FINE AND APPLIED ARTS
Miss Snodgrass

101, 102 HISTORY OF ARTS— First semester— A
general survey of painting and sculpture and ar-
chitecture, from the beginning to the present
time. Second semester — A study of the lives
and paintings of masters of all nations.
MWF 10:15 3Hrs.

103, 104 THEORY OF COLOR— Values, relations and
combinations of color, with practical applications.
Time to be arranged 2 Hrs.

205, 206 ELEMENTARY PAINTING— Beginning
painting. — The use of pigments in different med-
iums — oil, water colors, pastel, and china, are
given in private lessons.
Time to be arranged 2 Hrs.

201, 202 INTRODUCTION TO ART— First Semester.
An introducation to the understanding and ap-
preciation of Fine Arts, including a study of the
growth and development of painting. Second
Semester. — The relationship between art and
religion will be noted, with a study of religious
paintings.

Time to be arranged 2 Hrs.

207, 208 APPLIED DESIGN— (Open to all Students;
Required for a Home Economics major, giv-

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DEPARTMENTS OP INSTRUCTION 57

ing the student practice in drawing de-
sign, composition and color, with the opportu-
nity to apply these problems in stencil, tie-dye,
block printing, leather tooling, and soap carving.
Time to be arranged 2 Hrs.

237, 238 PUBLIC SCHOOL ART— (Open to all stud-
ents) Required for standard normal certificate.
Recommended as a beginning course in Art. This
course which continues throughout the year aids


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