Natural Science Division Bulletin (1935-1936)
- Natural Science Division Bulletin (1935-1936)
This Special Bulletin from the Natural Science Division was published in the 1935-1936 academic year by the International YMCA College, now Springfield College. This describes the undergraduate and graduate studies, organized then in four divisions: Physical Health Education, Recreation and Leisure Time, Biological and Physical Sciences, Premedical Education, Combined Teaching majors, and the graduate division, outlining all its majors. According to the college yearbook, the Massasoit (1935), “by 1930 (…) the influx of numerous progressive young professors marks the new era of growth for Springfield…(where it) finally escaped the narrow and somewhat stagnant traces of the nineties and awoke to a redefinition of courses and curricula”. First, the bulletin lists the members of College faculty, and all the natural science division majors. Then it describes the leadership of the college on the physical education field, the placement examinations (including the freshman week), and the type of men that are desired as students at the school (including “a Christian character”). Afterwards, it describes graduation and curriculum requirements of each major offered: Physical and Health Education, Recreation and Leisure Time Major, Physical and Biological Science, and Premedical course requirements. Subsequently, the bulletin describes the location and the equipment available to students, the expenses, and a course by course description of the offered curriculum. The bulletin closes with an overview of the summer school and the academic year calendar.
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- Springfield College Archives and Special Collections
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School of Health Physical Education and Recreation Records
International Young Men's Christian Association College
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