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Pa (i f i ( Lutheran College Bulletin


Summer Quarter

First Term: June 9


July 10

Second Term: July 10-Aug. 12

Pacj fi c Lu the ran College Bulletin Put-li�h(!d


qU.lrtt>rh· b�' P:ad.fic Luth(,fan Cotlr-gC' ;'It T.1comil .lnd Parkland. \ Vn h i ngton. 5�(ond·cl.u.s mattel' April 20, 1927, ;It tht;' pos.toHice at T.Homa, \Vasnington. undH the Act Q( August 24, 1912.




No.1, Part 1


Registration completed by Classes begin 8:00 A. M. First Term ends Registration, Second Term Classes begin 8:00 A.M.. Summer S�ssion closes

Tuesday, June 9 Wednesday, June 10 Friday, July 10 Frida), and Saturday, July 10, 11 Monday, July 13 Wednesday, August 12 __




Presidellt Dean and Registrar Business Manager Dean of Women Librarian Supervisor of Teacher Training Assistant Librarian

Oscar Adolf Tingclstad, Ph. D. Philip E. Hauge, M. A. F. E. Theodore Nelsson, B.A. Mrs. Lora B.Kreidler John Ulrik Xavier, M. A. Miss Anna Marn Nielsen, M. A. Ole J. Stuen, M.A



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Ole J.SWen, M.A. Philip E. Hauge, M. A. Anders W. Ramstad, M.S. Mrs. Elizabeth H. Bondy, M.A. Jesse P.Pflueger, B.A., B. S. W. D. Keith Reid, M. S. Miss Geo Reneau, Ph. M. Harold J. Leraas, Ph. D. Elvin M. Akre, A. M. Gunnar J. Malmin, M. Mus. Mrs.Rhoda H. Young, B. A. Miss Anna Marn Nielsen, M. A. Arling G. Sannerud, M.Ed. Miss Grace Blomquist, M. A. Miss Dora A. Berg, M. A. Miss Mary A. Botten. A. B. Olaf M.Jordahl, Ph. D. Herbert Ranson, Ph. D.

.. Modern Languages Education Science French, German Christianity and Philosophy Business Administration Social Science Biology Social Science Music Physical Education Education . Social Science English Art _Library Science Mathematics English _

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Visiting Teachers

Elmer Theron Thune, M. A. Principal, Stanley School, Tacoma, \Xiashington Mrs.Frances Blake Aden, M. A. Formerly of Speech Department, University of Washington . ________ . ... _ ____


Education Speech

GENERAL INFORMATION The Summer Session is organized to meet the needs of regular students enrolled or expecting to enroll in Liberal Arts courses or in the College of Education. Special adjustments have been made to meet national defense needs. High school graduates interested in accelerating their college programs are urged to begin their college education this summer. Teachers in the field who wish to continue their training or are w,)rking for a degree will find courses planned for them. THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION After September 1, 1942, the four-year teacher training program will, accord­ Ing to the action of the State Board of Education, be required for certification of elementary grade and junior highschool teachers. OUTLINE OF GENERAL ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS LEADING TO THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE APPI.lED SCIENCE Home [con. I or Ind. Edue. I Health [due. 5 Ph),s. [due. Option r. E. 1-11. 1-12 P E. 1 0 5. 1 0 6 I.)IBLI: EDUCATION [due. I Edue. 101 [due. 103 Edue. 105 [due. 1 0 9 E due. I I 0 Edue. I 12 ENGLISH Eng. I. 2 Eng. 109 or Lng. 11 0 FINE ARTS Art 1 0 GEOGRAPHY Grog. 7 MATHLi\JIATICS

MJth. 6 .'vlUSIC Music I PHIl.OSOPHY Phil. 101 Phil. 106 PSYCHOLOGY Psych. I SClI·! CE Science 2 I Scien ce 22 Scien cc 5 I Or Scil'ncc j 2 SOCIAL SCIENCI: History 3. -I History 20


Introduction to Home economics Introduction to Industrial Arts Health Esse!Hials One of thc following. Methods in P. E. P. E. Tcch n iq ues


credits Crt·clll.'i



8 ((('(hl.'i

Orient.llion Introduction to Teaching Education.11 Psychology Public School Sys tem Eduction,11 Measurements Philosophy of [ducat ion Tc�chinR .Ind Technique Freshm�n Composition Childrm's L.iterature Jr. H. S. Literature

I credil

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creciils credils c:redit.') credits



8 cr�d'l� 6 credils


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Introduction to Fine Arts

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Principlcs of wIJthem.llic.s Funda men t.lls of



credits rn..�dil s

Introduction to Philosophy Ethics


Ge ner .11 Psych ol o g y


In trod uction to Biology Introduction to Physic.11 Sricnccs l;nvironmentJI Studies Science for the Elementary Schunl History ()f Civiliz.llion History of \.V.lShington

SPLTCH Funll.lmenl.lis of Speech S pe e ch 8 ACADEMIC MAJOR AND MINOR M� j or Minimulll of Minimulll of Minor


credil.';; ('redit.o.;

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rrcdi(.'i credit."i


According to the plan of certification in Washington, a Three-year Elementary Certificate is issued on the completion of the three-year curriculum. After Septemher 1, 1942, completion of the four-year curriculum will he required. The Three-year Elementar)' Certificate may be renewed once fm three years upon the completion of ten semester hours of credit. "An applicant for the Six-year Standard Elementary Certificate must present a diploma trom an accredited normal school or teachers' college indicating the com­ pletion of a four-year curriculum. In addition, the applicant must have had at least twO years of successful teaching experience upon a Three-year Elementary Certificate." Elementary certificates are valid both in elementary grades and junior high schoo!. PRINCIPAL'S CREDENTIAL

The requirements for the issuance of the elementary principal's credential may be satisfied by work heing offered during the 1942 summer session. The specific courses which satisfy these requirements are listed bdow. The basic requirements for the elementary principal's credenti;t1 include: (a) Certification at the elemcnt;ll')' level. (b) Two years of succ�ssful elementary or junior high school teaching expenence. (c) Eight semester hours of professional training, in addition to the require­ ments for the three-year course of training. Four semester hours must be taken from List A. The remaining four hours may be taken from either list. List A: Elementary Curriculum. (Sec Edt/catio/!, 147.a, 144[,.) Elementary Administration and Supervision. (See Edllcation, 115a ,md 146a.)

Elementary School iVleth"ds. List B: Guidance. Tests and l\1easurements. Kindergarten. Health and Physical Education.

(See PhYJ'icai Edllcation, l12a and


Remedial Education.

(Sec Education,



This summer's program at Pacific Lutheran College includes a well rounded group of recreational activities. Local trips of great interest, besides the annuat week-end mountain-climbing trip, are being arranged. EXPENSES

A tuition fee of $5.00 per semester credit hour IS required of all persons attending the Summer Session. This fec must he paid at the time of registration. A Ii'hrary fee of $2.00 will be charged. A fee of $5.00 is charged to students taking Chemistry. ROOM AND BOARD

Room and board can be had at a reasonable price. The dormitories will be open for occupancy. Room rent for the summer session is $15.00. CHAPEL EXERC ISES

In keeping with the Christian character of the College, devotional exerCIses are held at stated times each week to which teachers and students are invited.

COU'RSES OFFERED The number of courses avai.lable for credit will be determined hy the demand. Other courses will be provided if five or more students request it.

Any course

number accompanied with a letter indicates that said course will be given only one term.

Numbers accompanied with the letter "a" are given the first term only.

The "b" courses are given during the second term only.

BIOLOGY Two credit hours. 91a. Heredity The course presents the underlying principles and theories of heredit),. Two lectures per week.

Prerequisites: Biolog)' 55 and 56 or consent of instructor.

Three credit hOllrs. 12 1 [,. Bacteriology An introductory study presenting a general foundation in the principles underlying the study of bacteriology.


Three credit huurs. Prillciples uf Ecullomiex Needs, wants, production, price, money, monopoly, banking and business


An :ntroduction to basic principles underlying the economic

activities of mankind.

Two credit hOllrs. 60a. ECOllomics of 111 ar Basic economic problems of war in relation to the geographical, human and capital resources available to serve the purposes of war. production.

War labor problems.

Problems of war

Business and public finance of the war

effort. Price control and management of the monetary system. Post-war inter­ national economics and the transition from war-time to peace-time economy.

61". Persunal Typewriting

One credit hOllr.

Mastery of all key locations on the standard keyboard by the [Ouch system to meet first, the personal use, second, the vocational, and third, the overlapping social-business requirements of typewriting. Skill development. Simple business and personal letters.

Fee $2.00.

CHEMtSTRY Eight credit houn. 1 11.1, 12[,. Genoal Chemistry for NlIrK( A course covering the fundamental principles of chemistry, with special emphasis being placed on chemical reactions that take place in the human body. 5 11.1, 52b. Gelleral Inorgallic Chemi,·try Eight {Yedit hours. The fundamental chemical theories; the chemistry of the non-metallic and metallic elements.

EDUCATION //.5,1. Schuol Administration

Two credit hours.

A study of the practical problems of school administration and organization as pertaining to the elementary school.

One to three credit /JOun. 116. Special Projects Students who desire to pursue a special line of individual reading, investiga­ tion, or research may do so for credit, receiving help and guidance from the faculty memhers best qualified to assist in the particular problem.

Credit will

vary with the amount of work done.

130b. Refresher Course ill Primary Educatioll

Two credit hours. Special

Special stress will be placed on the teaching of remedia I reading. individual problems may he worked out.

Two credit hOlln. Refresher COllrse ill Primary Edllcatioll Special emphasis on new methods in teaching beginning reading and correlations with other primary activities.



Recogllitioll of Speah DefectJ

Two credit hours.

A study of speech correction problems to enable the classroom teacher to recognize and understand the problems. 142a.

ClIrriwlum Seminar in Social Stlldies

Two credit houn.

A study of curriculum policies as related to the social studies. Srudents may deal with problems, in respective fields and grade levels, individually or in groups. Termination should be a product which can be put into practice in srudents' own classroom. 144b.

(Prerequisite: at least one year of experience).

Curriculum Seminar in Language Arts

Two credit hours.

Study of curriculum policies as re/ated to the ,language arts (reading, phonics, spelling, ete.). Students may deal with problems, in respective fields or grade levels, individually or in groups. Termination should be a product which can be put into practice in students' own classroom. (Prerequisite: at least one year of experience). 146a. Elementary School Supen'ision

Two credit hOllrs.

Principles underlying present-day supervision.


Tlnee credit houn. Frc.dnnan CompoJition Review of grammar, correlated with composition work; primary emphasis

on sentence forms representing maturer ways of thinking. 61.

Three credit hOlln.

Liter,ay BackgroundJ

A study of English classics from Beowulf to Hardy, emphasizing the work of the major writers, the development of literary forms, and their relation to the general cultural background. I09a.

Two credit hours.

Children's Literatllre

A short history of children's literature; a study of the literature for children in the lower grades; story telling. I lOa. Jllnior High School Literature Two credit hOllrs. A study of literature for chIldren In grades seven, eight and nine. Three cn:dit hOlln. Contemporary Literatllre A srudy of the main trends in recent English and American literature. The post-war period is emphasized.


FINE ARTS 74,1. Clay Modeling

Two credit hOllrs.

This is a course in the various methods of modeling in clay. Application . hods is made to potteq' and small figures. Individual instruction of these met is given in plaster casting. 121a. Public School Art

Two credit hOlln. A course planned for those who intend to teach art in grades one to six inclusive. Technical skill in handling problems suitable to these grades is


Sufficient appropriate projects in drawing, design, and construction

are worked in several media to illustrate the types of art work which are suitable to the interests and abilities of these pupils.


Threc credit horas. Introductioll to Phy.,ical Sciences A survey of the fundamental principles in chemistry, physics, astronomy, climatology, and geology. Lectures and lahoratory demonstrations .

Two credit hours. .5la. EIll"ironmental Studies A study of objects, forces, and conditions that will function for the ele颅 mentary and intermediate grade teacher as material for nature study .

.52a. Science for the Elementary School A study of the science program in the elementary schoo!.

Two credit hours.

HISTORY lob. Histor)' of the Stdte of Hiashington

Twu credit hours.

7.5b. Representatil路c AmeriCdllJ

Two credit hours.

A study of outstanding American leaders in their respective periods, and their influences on the thought and trends in American history.

Three credit hourJ.

1 12a. English Histor)'

A study of the political, economic, social, literary, and religious history of England from the times to the present.

Three credit hours. 128b. HiJtor), of Europe-18 14 to 1870 A study of Europe after the French Revolution with special emphasis upon the Era of Metternich and the period of reaction.

HOME ECONOMICS Twu credit hour.<. la. Introduction to Home Ecollomics A study of the function of home economics in the elementary school and junior high school; foods, clothing, and home activities.

INDUSTRIAL ARTS lb. IlJtroductioll to Indllstridl Arts

T)I'o credit horns.

Basic curricular principles underlying an industrial program; evaluation of problems and possible activities of various levels.


Two credit hours.

Library Instruction

Preparing books for shelves; care of books, accessioning, care of shelves, use of catalog and reference works; classification and cataloging.

MATHEMATICS 5 1. H ighcr Algebra A thorough review of high-school




Three credit hours. beyond



Four credit hOllr<. 5 i. PI<17le Trigonomt'lry Circular measurements of angles, proofs of the principal formulas, the usc of inverse functions, solution of right and oblique triangles. Prerequisite: higher algebra.

"MODERN LANCUACES 5 1. Frellch-Elcmentar), Frellch

FOllr credit hours.

Pronunciation, grammar, oral and written cxcrClses; practice in speaking; the reading and interpretation of easy prose.

5 1. GCYlllall-Elemelltdry German

FOllY credit hourJ.

Pronunciation, grammar, eas>' reading, with practice in reading, writing, and speaking German.


fOllr credit hours.

Norse-E,-girl1lers' CourJe

Grammar and composition; easy readings. *Courses may he expanded to include eight semester credit hours if conditions warrant tt.

MUSIC Three credit hOllrs.

122b. The History and f.itcratllre of Musi<·

The classical school. Beethoven. \X' agner.

Modern Schools.

Romanticism. The music drama of Richard


115b. Choir Conducting

The technique of conducting.

Music I or equivalent. Two credit hOllrs.

Problems of church mUSIc.


Three credit hOllrs.

Intrudllction to Philosophy

The scope and meaning of philosophy; discussion of fundamental problems, such as mind and matter, knowledge, cause and purpose. t:thicr Three credit hOllrs.


A summary of general, individual and social ethics. as well as the divine sanction for all acts of choice.

A srudy of the natural

A careful evaluation of th�

theories of ethical values.


78a. Nutrition for Student N'lr.'es

Composition and nutritive value of foods; food preparation; physiological needs in relation to food. Open to student nurses only. IIUa.

011(" credit hOllr.

First Aid

Standard Red Cross First Aid COllrSC.

Standard certificate will he given

upon completion of tbe course. Two credit hUllrs.

II 2a. /.If ("thods in Physicc'/ Education

Methods and techniques in teaching season a I sports and games for elementary schools. 142a. The School Health and Physical EdllUllioll Program

Two credit hours.

Organization of the health and physical education program in elementary schools, including problems of health education, health of teacher, and respon­ sibility of home, school and child in prevention and control of disease.


War and National Policy


Security, defense,

and national strategy;

American concepts of security,

defense, and national strategy; war in statecraft and in history; the meaning of war: definitions and concepts; the law and diplomacy of war; total war; military organization, technique, and policy; national organization for total war. 8017. American Foreig'l Policy

Two credit hOllrs.

A historicaf treatment of the part played by the United States in the world picture since independence; an investigation into tht� factor� causing develop­ ments or changes in policy; what are "traditional" American policies in foreign affairs. l'vlay also be counted toward a history major or mll1or.


Two credit hOla.i.

Perwnality Adjllstment

A study of the general psychological principles involved


personality adjust­



Field of Social HI urk

Two credit hOlln.

A stud)' of the development and theory of major fields of social work.

1942 Summer Quarter Catalog  
1942 Summer Quarter Catalog