Conspectus of the Medical Colleges of America

Conspectus of the Medical Colleges of America

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ... addition to a majority of those in the second year." For graduation: "Every candidate must be twenty-one years of age, and of good moral character; must give evidence of having studied medicine three or four full years; must have spent at least one continuous year at this school; must have presented a satisfactory thesis, and have passed the required examination." Written examinations on all the main subjects of instruction are distributed, for regular students, through their entire course of study. '"In addition to these written examinations each student is required to present a written report of the analysis of a solution containing inorganic substances, and of a specimen of urine, to examine and report upon a clinical case in surgery, and to take charge of and report upon two ease-in obstetrics; each student must also have satisfactorily dissected the three parts of the body." Fees: Matriculation, (payable once only) $5; lectures, full year, $200; one-half year, $12(1; special courses, $15 to $30 each. Students: Number of matriculates and of graduates at each session reported, and percentages of graduates to matriculatesSession. Matriculates. Graduates. Percent. 1877-78 227 47 20.7 1878-79 253 70 27.6 1879-80 a3 45 17.1 1880-81 251 60 23.9 1881-82 233 77 33+ 1882-83 229 74 32.3 1883-84 243 59 24.2 Average percentage of graduates to matriculates, twenty-six. BERKSHIRE MEDICAL COLLEJE Medical Department of Williams College). Pittsfield, Mass. Organized in 1843. Lectures were delivered until 1867, when the college became extinct. During its existence 1138 students were graduated. WORCESTER MEDICAL COLLEGE. Worcester, Mass. Organized in 1848. Lectures were delivered until 1858 (?), when the college became extinct. NEW...show more

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  • Paperback | 72 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 145g
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  • English
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  • 1236499786
  • 9781236499783