Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1926 Page: 16
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man Empire, imperialism and world politics, in the nineteenth
and twentieth centuries, and the World War.
322.-History of Germany. This course is a brief survey of
German history since 1740. The development of the Empire is
traced and the ideals and institutions are studied. Special emphasis
is given on her part in the World War.
332.-History of the Far East. This is an intensive problem
course on Japan, China, Oceania and the possessions of the
different World Powers in the Far East. The international relations
as well as the social, economic and political problems will
343. History of France. This course is a study of the Congress
of Vienna, the downfall of Napoleon, the Franco- Prussian
War, and the rise of the modern French nation.
VI. DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS.
Entrance credits in Trigonometry and in Solid Geometry
will each be counted as three hour credits, provided, (1) the
credits so counted are in excess of those required for unconditional
admission, and (2) an average grade of at least B is
made on two five hour courses in advance of Trig. and Solid Geometry.
115.-Solid Geometry. The solution of original problems
and propositions will be stressed. Text: Wentworth and Smith.
125.-Trigonometry. This course will cover the functions,
formulas, equations, and the solutions of triangles. Text: Wentworth
135. College Algebra. This course will deal with the fundamentals
of College Algebra. Text: Fite.
355.-Teachers Course. This is a study dealing with the
problems and methods of teaching mathematics in the elementary
and secondary schools. Students who major in mathematics will
be required to take this course.
VII. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCE.
113.-General Zoology. A study of general biological principles
and of some of the simplest organisms. Library assignments.
Not credited unless courses 123 and 133 are finished.
Two hours recitation and four hours laboratory. Text: Hegner's
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