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Howard University WASHINGTON, D.C. J. Stanley Durkee, A.M., Ph.D., D.D., President Emmett J.Scott, A.M., LL.D., Secretary-Treasurer Collegiate and Professional Schools Junior College, covering the Freshman and Sophomore years, and leading to the Senior Colleges. Senior College, consisting of the Schools of Liberal Arts, Education, Journalism, and Commerce and Finance, granting respectively the degrees, A. B. or B. S.; A. B. or B. S. in Education, B.S. in Journalism; B.S. in Commerce. School of Applied Science, four year course, giving degree, B.S. in C. E. B. S in E. E.; B.S. in M. E.; B.S. in Architecture; B.S. in Agriculture, and B. S. in Household Economics. School of Music, four year course, giving degree os Mus. B. School of Religion, Three year course, giving degree B.D. (Also Diploma and Correspondence Courses.) School of Law, three year evening course, giving degree of LL.B. School of Medicine, including Medical, Dental, Pharmaceutical Colleges. Four year course for Medical and Dental students; three years for Pharmaceutical students. Following degrees given: M. D., D. D. S., Phar. C. Students may enter for Collegiate Work at the beginning of any quarter Registration: Autumn Quarter --- September 27 to 29, 1920 Winter Quarter --- January 3, 1921 Spring Quarter --- March 19 and 21 1921 For Catalog and Information, write F. D. WILKINSON, Registrar HOWARD UNIVERSITY, Washington D. C. [[right hand margin]] MOORLAND SPINGARN RESEARCH CENTER HOWARD UNIVERSITY HOWARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
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