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Courses in Three Areas Made Compulsory for '45

Course Areas Listed

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A. AREA OF NATURAL SCIENCES.

1. Astronomy, Chemistry, Engineering Sciences, Mathematics, Physics.

2. Biology, Geography, Geology, Meteorology, Mineralogy, Paleontology.

B. AREA OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

3. Anthropology, Ec'n'mics, Government, Psychology, Sociology

4. History, History of Religions, History of Science and Learning

C. AREA OF ARTS, LETTERS, AND PHILOSOPHY.

5. Architectural Sciences, Fine Arts, Music.

6. English.

7. Celtic Languages and Literatures, classics, Comparative Philology, Far Eastern Languages, Germanic Languages and Literatures, Indic Philology, Romance Languages and Literatures, Semitic Languages and History, Slavic Languages and Literatures

8. Philosophy.

the following courses or groups of courses are not assigned to areas and sections:

1. Courses in elementary language and composition, and public speaking.

2. Courses concerned primarily with acquiring a technique

3. Military and Naval Science.

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