Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 81
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
tary grades. Text: Monroe, Measuring the Results of Teaching.
253.--Elementary Child Study. This course deals with
the significance of the development stages: physical growth,
instinct, motor development, language, play, imitation, imagination,
etc. Text: Kirkpatrick, The Individual in the Making.
332.-Mental Measurement. A general survey of the field
of Mental measurement. The course deals with the history
and use of mental tests in educational and sociological work.
342.-Mental Measurement. A continuation of 332. Special
attention is given to group scales and tests. Students are
required to participate in the survey of the training school.
352. Mental Measurement. A continuation of 342.
Scales and tests for the measuremen- ' the individual are
I -$,,f~'rord ReCHEMISTRY.ord
Chemistry. A thorough introduction to
the fundamental principles of inorganic chemistry. Three
hours lecture-recitation and six hours laboratory.
125.-Continuation of course 115. Completion of Descriptive
Chemistry. Thoroughness in laboratory stressed.
This course must be completed before credit is given for 115.
Three hours lecture-recitation and six hours laboratory.
235.-Food Analysis. A practical course in the study of a
large number of food products as to their calorific value, contents,
adulteration and general use. Three hours lecture and
six hours laboratory. Prerequisites, Chemistry 115-125.
315-325.-Elementary Organic Chemistry. Courses especially
prepared to meet the requirements of a Pre-Medical
course. Three hours lecture and six hours laboratory. Prerequisites,
113.-General Physics. The course deals with a good
introduction to the fundamentals of physics. Lectures, experiments,
problems, oral and written tests. Three hours lecturerecitation.
Two hours laboratory. No credit until the following
two courses are taken.
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