Burlington, Vt. as a Manufacturing, Business, and Commercial Center: With Brief Sketches of Its History, Attractions, Leading Industries, and Institutions
Published for the Burlington Board of Trade, 1889 - Burlington (Vt.) - 152 pages
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Page 31 - Students who have attended two full courses in this College, or who, having attended one full course in some regularly established medical school, and one full course in this College, are admitted to a third course of lectures on paying the matriculation fee only.
Page 31 - PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL SUBJECTS. ROBERT W. TAYLOR, MD, NEW YORK CITY, Professor of Diseases of the Skin and Venereal Diseases.
Page 30 - ... $54 being for tuition and special fees. There are eighteen scholarships, open equally to members of all the collegiate departments. As has been intimated, instruction is given in the three departments of arts, applied science, and medicine. The first of these has the usual academic course in languages, mathematics, physical sciences, mental, moral, and political philosophy, rhetoric, literature, and history.