THE ELECTIVE PAMPHLET

New Courses Announced in Several Departments.--Bracketed Courses.

The courses of study arranged by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, for the academic year 1900-01, are now announced. Several changes in the arrangement of courses have been made, in addition to those already published.

The following courses are bracketed: Semitic 6, 15, 3 1, 4, 5, 9, and 20a; Indo-Iranian 6 and 7; Latin 10 and 12; Classical Philology 34; English 36, 15, 8a, 8b, 33, 16, 25, 27, 9, 29, and 5; German 10, 11 1, and 11 2; Scandinavian 2; Germanic Philology 17, 21, 16, and 18; French 7 1, 7 2, 9, 16, and 11; Italian 10; Romance Philology 7, 20a, and 20e; Comparative Literature 1, 4, and 12; Celtic 3; History 2, 5, 15, 14, 18, and 23; Government 5; Economics 14, 11, 4, 16, 7a, 7b, 15, 20a, and 20c; Architecture 1c; Mathematics 6, 8, 14a, 24, 7a, 11, 25, and 19; Engineering 4e; Physics 9; Botany 5; Zoology 11 and 15; and Geology 7, 9, and 21.

Semitic 1 and 3 2 will be given by Dr. Skinner, and Semitic 12 by Assistant Professor Killner (Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge), in place of Professor Lyon, who will be absent on his sabbatical leave.

Mr. W. G. Howard will conduct German D, a new elementary course intended for students in the Scientific School who do not present German for admission. Dr. Bierwirth will conduct German G and 2, and Mr. W. G. Howard German B, in place of Dr. Poll. This latter course will hereafter count as the equivalent of two full courses. Assistant Professor Schilling will give German 1a and 14, and Professor von Jagemann German 3.

Assistant Professor Coolidge offers a new course, History 25, on the principles of foreign policy in modern European history; and Dr. Botsford a new research course, History 20d, on Greek and Roman institutional history. Mr. Wyman will give a new course, Government 18, on administrative law in the United States.

Owing to the death of Professor Dun-bar, the temporary absence of Assistant-Professor Edward Cummings, and the loss of Dr. John Cummings and Dr. Callender, the arrangement of courses in the Department of Economics has been greatly changed. No instructors have yet been decided on for Economics 3, 6 and 9. New courses are Economics 17, on the economic organization and resources of European countries, by Professor Ashley; Economics 8, on money, by Mr. Andrew; and Economics 18, on the principles of accounting, by Mr. W. M. Cole.