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The courses to be given this year in the Summer School, which begins on Tuesday, July 5, include all those of last year except one course in Chemistry. In addition, there will be given an advanced course in Greek, and also a course in Greek History. Professor Shaler will lecture for about two weeks in the Geology courses, and Professor Goodale for a month in the Botany course.
The pamphlet containing the list of instructors and the description of the courses will be soon issued and may be obtained by application to the Clerk of the Committee, Mr. Montague Chamberlain.
The courses are the following:
English, five courses: Composition, two courses; Anglo Saxon; Chaucer; English Literature of the Eighteenth Century.
German, two courses.
French, two courses.
Greek, two courses.
History and Government, three courses; American History, with excursions; Greek History; Civil Government.
Education and Teaching, including History and Principles of Education, Psychology for Teachers, School Hygiene and Organization, Management and Supervision of Schools.
Methods of Teaching Algebra and Geometry to beginners.
Mathematics, four courses: Solid Geometry; Trigonometry; Plane Analytic Geometry; Calculus.
Engineering, two courses: Topographical Surveying; Railway engineering.
Physics, two courses.
Chemistry, three courses; Fundamental Principles of Chemistry; Qualitative analysis; Physical Chemistry.
Geology, three courses: Elementary Geology; Geological Field-work, two courses.
Geography, two courses: Elementary Physiography: Geography of the United States.
Physical Training, two courses.
Courses at the Medical School.
Courses at the Dental School.
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