This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...Law; in Logic, Ethics, Psychology, Pedagogics, etc. Occasional courses of lectures are also given upon special themes in Literature, Science, History, Archaeology, Art, etc. To whom ...
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truction offered? To all young men who are prepared to profit by it and who will conform to the simple regulations which are established by the authorities. Graduate, Undergraduate, and Special Students are received. Those who have not already received an academic degree, should aim to secure one by pursuing a liberal and prolonged course of study, at the close of which the degree of Bachelor of Arts will be conferred. Those who may be prevented from seeking this degree, will nevertheless be welcomed to the University, provided that they are in earnest and are mature enough in years, attainments, and character to profit by the advantages which are here afforded. Others who have already taken their first degree are encouraged to go forward in advanced lines of work, and for them unusual facilities are provided. Young men who are to pursue the study of Law, Medicine, or Theology, or who have entered upon professional lives, and others who expect to become teachers, if they desire to increase their knowledge of literature and science, have easy access to the class-rooms and laboratories. The degree of Doctor of Philosophy may be obtained, after three years of advanced study, by those who have met the required conditions. How is this instruction given? By all the methods which experience has shown to be useful,--varying according to the preferences of the teachers, the subjects taught, and the number of scholars. There are recitations, lectures, conferences, prolonged courses in laboratories, exercises in special libraries, personal counsel, study of nature...