Catalogue of Columbia University, 1913

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

The School of Architecture of Columbia University is a professional General school for men and women designed to train its graduates for the active statement practice of architecture. Founded in 1881, under the direction of Professor William R. Ware, as a department of the School of Mines (now the Faculty of Applied Science), it was in 1902 made an independent School, and in 1906 placed under the Faculty of Fine Arts. It receives three classes of students: (i) Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture, who must give evidence of having completed the equivalent of two years of non-architectural study in a recognized college or scientific school; (2) candidates for the Professional Certificate of Proficiency, who must pass entrance examinations covering 12 1/2 units; and (3) non-matriculated students, admitted without examination upon giving evidence of having had at least three years of professional training in architects’ offices, or its equivalent. The curriculum is identical for the first two classes and is of indeterminate duration; in general it may be covered in four years. For non-matriculated students, there is no fixed curriculum. They select their own courses of study subject to qualification in the necessary prerequisites.

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

Columbia Fellows

1902-03……Arthur Ware, Associate in Architecture B.S., Columbia, 1898; Diplomd Ecole des Beaux-Arts, 1902.

POLITICAL SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND PURE SCIENCE

Ware, Clara Crosey, A.B. Bryn Mawr 1910 Hingham, Mass. Zoology

Ware, Edith Ellen, A.M. 1908, A.B. Goucher 1905 Baltimore, Md. History

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Ware, Edward Richmond, A.B. Williams 1913 New York City

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