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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... THE MEDICAL SCHOOL, BOSTON. GENERAL STATEMENT. Three professorships of Medicine were established at the University in the years 1782 and 1783. The first degrees in medicine were conferred in 1788. Before 1811 the degree conferred upon graduates of the School was that of Bachelor of Medicine; beginning with 1811 the degree has been Doctor of Medicine. In 1810 the lectures given in medicine were transferred from Cambridge to Boston, where the first medical college was built in 1815. The course of study required in this School for the degree of M.D. is of four years' duration. This requirement was established at the beginning of the year 1892-93. The academic year begins on the Thursday following the last Wednesday in September, and ends on the last Wednesday in June. In order that the time of study shall count as a full year, students of all classes must present themselves on the first day of the School year and register their names with the secretary. There is a Christmas recess from December twenty-third to January second inclusive, and a recess of one week's duration in April. Beginning with the year 1890-1900 a new arrangement of the subjects taught in the first two years was adopted. During the first half of the first year the students devote their time solely to anatomy and histology, and during the second half of the first year to physiology and biological chemistry. They devote the first half of the second year to pathology and bacteriology, and the remainder of the second year to a variety of subjects which more particularly prepare the student for the clinical work of the third and fourth years. Experience has shown that this logical arrangement of the subjects of the first two years enables a student to concentrate his energies...
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