Excerpt from The M. A. C. Bulletin, Amherst, Mass., For January, 1915, Vol. 7: Catalogue of the Massachusetts Agricultural College, 1914-1915; Fifty-Second Annual Report, Part II
Courses. The college offers an education without tuition fee to any student who is a resident of Massachusetts and who meets the requirements for admission. Women are admitted on the same basis as are men. Students who are not residents of Massachusetts are required to pay a nominal tuition fee. The four-years 1 course leads to the degree of bachelor of science, and the graduate school offers advanced courses leading to the degrees of master of science, doctor Of philosophy and master of agriculture. The winter school of ten weeks, for admission to which no scholastic requirements are made, is held each winter, beginning early in January. There are other short c'ourses at the college, such as the beekeepers' course and summer school. Various forms of extension teaching are carried on away from the college, such as correspondence courses, traveling schools, educational exhibits, lecture courses, demonstrations, and circulating libraries.
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