The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Course of Study
Course of Study.
Rhetorical exercises (compositions, readings, etc.,) weekly throughout the [unclear: entire] course.
The satisfactory completion of this course shall admit to the Technical [unclear: Department], without further examination, and shall also entitle the student to a [unclear: certificate], should he desire it, showing the studies pursued and the grade in each.
For the benefit of those who may find it impossible to enter at the opening [unclear: of] the year, the Arithmetic and Grammar of the first term of the Junior year will [unclear: be] offered the second term also, if called for by a sufficient number of persons.
Open only to those who have completed satisfactorily all the work of the [unclear: Junior] year, except Algebra (c). These classes will be organized when called for by [unclear: at] least five students, sufficiently prepared for the work upon which they desire to [unclear: enter]: Latin; German; Spanish; English Literature: Anatomy, Physiology [unclear: and] Hygiene.