GRADUATION. Graduation requires sixteen units of successfully completed work. Credits will be given for work done in other standard high schools, but at least four units of work must have been completed at the Murdock Academy. No credit will be given to any student owing bills at the institution. The following courses, nine units, are required: Theology for each year the student has been enrolled, three units in English; two units in Science and Mathematics; one unit in History; one unit in Social Science. The other seven units may be elected from the subject groups under direction of the teachers. Three units is the maximum of music credit allowed to ward graduation. COURSE OF STUDY. High School: The Murdock Academy is a standard high school in which all ordinary branches of high school training, including business courses, are given. College: In addition, college work is offered in response to an urgent request from graduates that advance training be offered locally. Special arrangements have been made with the Brigham Young University that the credits of college students may be recorded at that institution. Which will mean that students may go to the Murdock Academy and be in reality students of the Brigham Young University. If, however, college students prefer, their credits may be recorded at the local institution. Department Organization. Similar courses are grouped together, forming departments under the supervision of teachers of the various departments. Students will register in the department which contains the work they expect to emphasize. The system of thus organizing the institution is for the purpose of better classifying the work as well as the students of the school. Of course there will be no restriction on students registered in one department taking classes in any other.
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