Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1922-1923 Page: 89
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SESSION OF 1922-'23 89
courses that run for more than one term, the first or fall term
is indicated by a small "f" suffixed to the designating capital
letter, the second or winter term, by a small "w," and the third
or spring term by a small "s." Courses thus indicated are continuation
courses, and no credit will be given for the work until
all three terms have been completed. Independent courses are
designated by capital letters without any suffixed letter. They
are complete in the one term and are so credited.
CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS.
Students in this college are classified in three groups, as
Special Students. All students who are not pursuing regular
work in this department and are not meeting the requirements
of graduation from one of the following groups fall in this
group. A Special Student may change his classification when
he has satisfied the requirements for one of the following groups.
English Group. In this group is classified those students who
have met the requirements of entrance into the College of Arts
and Sciences and who are pursuing the regular course toward
graduation from this department but who are not satisying the
foreign language (Hebrew and Greek) requirements for graduation
from the College of the Bible.
Classical Group. To obtain classification in this group the
student must have satisfied all requirements for entrance into
the College of Arts and Sciences, must have a bachelor's degree
or must be meeting the requirements for an academic degree,
and must also be taking work in the original languages of the
Bible, that is, Hebrew and Greek.
REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.
Since there are three distinct groups of study as explained
above, the requirements for graduation are different in each
case, as set forth in the following explanation:
A special course, known as the "Christian Worker's Course,"
is designed for special students. This course may be completed
by an apt and diligent student in one nine-month session or its
SESSION OF 1922-'23
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