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Pacific Lutheran College Bulletin Summer Session Announcement

First Tenn June 12 to July 12 Second Term July 15 to August 14

Courses for: 111(;11 SCIIOOI. GI� A DU \T ES \ETEh:.\XS Will) \\'ISII TO BE­ crx COLLEGE

'I'E 1< SO:\ S \V I S iJ­ IKG TO COM­ PLETE RE­ QU I HE�...rENTS FO� 'f'-lE IL-\CHELOR'S DEGREE TEACl-l ERS DE­ SIRIXG CERTI­ FIC\TlO:--; 1'I<lXClPAL'S .\:\D SUPERIN­ TEXDENT'S CREDENTIALS

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Volume XXVI

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lIIlay 1946

Number I,

Part :I

PubUshed quarterly by Pacific Lutheran COllege, Parltland (Tacoma), WaahUlgton. Entered as second-cIalis matter September 1, 1943. a t the post offl.ce at Parkland, Waahington. under the Act of Congress of Angullt 24, 1912.


First Term-June 12 to July 12 Course Number

Title and Credit Hours General Biology (4)

Biology 5 5

,\ stud" of IlI\·crtchr;ltes.

Teacher To be selected

Chemistry 52

General Inorganic Chemistry (4)

Education

105

Public School System (2) J ncludes :;tud" of the I'nhlic School 1lallual required for certificatioll.

To be selected

Education

197

Special Projects (1-3) Dc,;i�lIed (or i,erSUllS desiring an opportl;nity to pursuc ;:pecia! lilies oi interest. AcceptaiJlc towarus meding administrative credcntial,.

To be selected

Mr. Ramstad

English 61a

Literary Backgrounds (1 y.) Sun'ey oi English Litnaturc. Second hali of this cour,e "ttercd during second tCrtll.

Mr. Ranson

English 112

Shakespeare (3)

Mr. Ranson

History 20

History and Government oi the State of VVashington (2) Required for certification In the Slate o{ \\lashington.

History 1 5 5

U. S. in VVorld Affairs (3)

Music 57

Voice (y.)

Music 59

Piano (Yo)

Music 114

Music Methods (2) A cOIllprChl'llSin' qudy of prolJlcnlS, methods, alld materials for use ill tcaching l1ll1"ic in the grade,...

Music 115

Instrumental Technique and Orchestration (2) A practical stnd\' of instrull1ents. transposition, al;c\ a;-ral".gclllcnts for school Ol'citcstras, bands, dll(j smaller groups.

Philosophy

108

Aesthetics (3) Understanding and apl,reciation L,l beauty in the "ariOl'';' arts.

Mr. Akre

Mr. Akre Mrs. Dilts Mr. VVeisii Mr. Malmin

Mr. Malmin

Mr. Pflueger

Psychology

General Psychology (3) A. hegillni116 conrse.

Speech Q

Fundamentals of Speech (3) DeaL- with basic clements oi "pcl'ch.

Miss Chilsoll

Speech 110

Dramatic Production (2) Basic principles of directing and prodll<:ing- plays, make-up. acting, and costllme.

M'ss Chilson

Mr. Fritz

NOTE: Courses in other subjects listed in our regular catalog may be organized be di.scontinued.


kFERINGS ����,���Second Term-July IS to August 14 Course Number

Teacher

Title and Credit Hours

Art

55

Art Fundamentals (3) J")rpl)orlioll, yaitles, cnlllpn�ili()ll. pcr;;pccti,'c, color. ,\kdia arc pellcil, charcoal, waler color" "a,l.el.

Miss Berg

Art

125

Industrial Art (2) raft, suitabk for children III public schools,

Miss Berg

Education

191

Elementary Remedial Education (2) Acceptable towards Illt-ctlll):: adlllin· istraLive credelltials. Lis{ D.

Education

194

Elementary Administration and Supervision (3) Acceplable towards meeting' ad 111111istrativc credential;;. List A.

English 61b

Literary Backgrounds OYo) Survey oi Engl i s h literature. cc·ntinuation of Ellghsh 61a oifert·J first term.

English 109

C hild ren 's Literature (2)

Health Education 54

First Aid (1) Official Rnl Cmos course.

1\

Miss Nielsen

Miss Nielsen

Miss Blomquist

Miss Blomquist

Health Education 122 School H ealth Problems (2)

Mrs. Young

Mrs. Young

History 102

History of the Far E as t (2)

Mathematics 51

Higher Algebra (3)

Music 1

Fundamentals (3) HtldilllCIlLs pi nlWdc,

Mr. Weiss

Music 57

Voicl' (Yo)

Mrs_ Dilts

Music 59

Piano (Yo)

Mr. Weiss

Music 101

World of Music (2) _\pprc('iatioll ot lllllsic.

Mr. Weiss

Physical Education 141 Methods of Folk Dancing

Mr. Jordahl

(2)

Science 22

Introduction to Physical Science (2) .\ survey COllrse.

Sociology 104

Labor Problems

if registration be sufficient.

Miss Reneau

(�{)

Nature ;111(\ treatment "f lahor problems ill the C lIit(,,) Slates.

Mrs. Young Mr. Jordahl

Miss Reneau

Classes in which registration is less t han fiue

may


General Information LOCATION ('aciii,' I.utilnan Colk;.;' i, l(Jclled ill till' village of l':lrklalld, \Vasilillg'ton. a suiJuriJ ot Tal·PIlla. Tlie Cl11ljJlI' is· al.ll'llt 7�'� IIlile, sontl! III the center 01' '['aCOIlIa, OIl Park a\"t:'lll1�, \\llil"h is t\\(J hlock� \\l�t of thl' highway fUllnillg fr0l11 'iaC()111:t to

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ACCREDITATION I'aeiiie Lutilerall Ccdl<.:f,;·" 1"; aCLredilcd by the l\'urthwcst :\"sociatillll oj Sl'("ondary ami J I ig!H�r Schuels a., a luur-year college of liiJeral arb with :I di\'ision oi elcl1lclltar�' t':2clicr training. I t i� :llso ac n-edited ll.,.- the \\'ashillg't(lll Statl' I ; oard of Education. GUIDANCE

.\ curili;,] ill\'itatiOIl is ""tC'11rkd to an \O ' l1e will) wishes to (01111";':] \vith

,'lIIIlpdellt advisers respcctiug' "dneatiollal' prohkms. \'etcralls 1l1ay reccive C"llipletc illforlilatioll :ihont l,ro(ecilirCS to be- iullc)lvcci ill applyi11g io ; a cullrsc IIi educatiun 1111(.1lr t!ll' \"etl'r:ll1;O; ,\drllinistratiIJII,

COSTS Tuition

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Lihrary tn: l.hemi�trv lab fcc Biolugy iab icc

Art fle ... Ili�lno aIld \'Ol('l' Dorlllitorv rOOlllS r\loms D ormitor

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Hoard

7.25 per nulit hUlll 2.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.UO 10.00 12.50 7.50

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it:sson for old r()OIl1� per tcrlll for ncw r001115 PCI' wcck. Only breakfast i, �en'eUl)11 SlIndavs. Cafe­ teria meal tickets ;i'vailable. PCI' term

ROOMS The Collc.c.:c dorJllltory ro(lills aecoItlIIlodate two persons and arc furnished with dres,;cr,.tables, chairs.. sing-k beds·. mattresse". ,\11 other necessary articles. sllch as bbnl:ds, cheets, pillo\\ s, towels. curtains. rllg'';, rcadin.'?,· lamps. ctc .. !lltlSt be pr()\'ided by til" student. Furnished and uniurni"hed rouJIls may bl' fl'uted in thc locality. One wing or the dormitory will be "",en'crt for married swelents ii a sufficicnt nnlllbcr make reservations. RECREATION l{"creatioll facilities incll1tk tenllis, golf, hikes. picnics. swiJllming. boating

"n healltiful Sp:l1iilway l.ake, skiing on tire Illount;;ins. trips to the Sound, and in:piration frolll :'·Iollnt Haini('C. "the s!low-deckefi. crims{)n-colorecl majestic i"rlll t owering ;I;'('ainst the blue sky in lonely gr;incleur ... "

WORK OPPORTUNITIES Sttldent: v.-ho nl'l'u employment to Irdp iin:tncl' their edncation shoulel apply to the Colle-g,' E111ploYIllCllt ScrVIl:C-. Ol'Portl1l1itics arc 1I11tllerOUS at presellt. J [Isufficient lunds l1e(,ll not deter a prospective studclIt from attclldillf:;'. Fall Semester Begins Monday, September 16

.\dclress requests ior catalog to the Registrar, Pacific Lutheran Cui leg". I 'arkland. \Vashingtoll. :\pplications for aunlis,;ion and rcscnations for rooms should he ill early. For further illformati( 1l respcctillg Sll\l1lllcr session ('our,,,s, writt' or call

the Dircl'lor of the SUl1lll](.:r Sessiun. Pacific Lutherau (oIIcQe. l'al·kJaud. vVashill�tOIl. Phone GRanite 8611 . If yuu pian u; attend, an ('ariy ,'olDllll1llication will be ii]lprLci:.tcd. �

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