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Page 75 - To be admitted to the degree of Doctor of Medicine the student must exhibit evidence, of having pursued the study of Medicine and Surgery for the term of three years with some respectable practitioner of medicine (including lecture terms), must have .attended two full courses of lectures the last of which must^ have been in the College of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Michigan, and the previous one in this or some...
Page 90 - Every candidate for admission shall exhibit to the faculty satisfactory evidence of a good moral and intellectual character, a good English education, including a proper knowledge of the English language, and a respectable acquaintance with its literature...
Page 74 - ... of the English language, and a respectable acquaintance with its literature, and with the art of composition ; a fair knowledge of the natural sciences, and at least of the more elementary mathematics, including the chief elements of algebra and geometry, and such a knowledge of the Latin language as will enable him to read current prescriptions, and appreciate the technical language of the natural sciences and of medicine.
Page 52 - Legendre, or an equivalent in other authors. 2. Physics.—The following studies as contained in elementary works on Natural Philosophy : Properties of Matter; Laws of Motion ; Laws of Falling Bodies; Mechanical Powers; Hydrodynamics; and Pneumatics.
Page 89 - There are no dormitories and no commons connected with the University. Students obtain board and lodging in private families for from three to five dollars per week.
Page 76 - Europe, by which a liberal education should be made the necessary introduction to professional study. The sciolist easily runs into the empiric ; but he who has obtained a thorough scientific discipline knows how to discriminate between visionary conjectures and established truths.
Page 74 - Algebra and Geometry, and such a knowledge of the Latin Language as will enable him to read current prescriptions, and appreciate the technical language of the Natural Sciences and of Medicine. Students are expected to be in attendance upon the first day of the term, as the regular course of instruction will commence upon, and continue from, that day; and, by the rule adopted, certificates are issued only for the period of actual attendance.
Page 76 - The Medical Faculty, in common with all enlightened members of the Profession, desire earnestly that a rule might prevail in our country like that which prevails in most of the Universities of Europe, by which a liberal education should be made the necessary introduction to professional study.
Page 88 - Michigan is ten dollars, and for those who come from any other state or country, twenty-five dollars, is paid but once, and entitles the student to the privileges of permanent membership in the University.
Page 75 - ... and chemistry. He is also required, during the course, to submit to written examinations by each professor, on some subject pertaining to his department, in order to further test his knowledge of such subjects, and his ability to express himself correctly in writing. His final thesis may be written either in English, German, French, or Latin, and, it required, must be defended before the faculty.