Thomas Trigg *Chaplin Tyler Samuel Wakeman Martin F.
Stearns, Honorary Vice Chairman Class of 1974 David H.
Martin I'Member of the Board of Trustees Honorary Trustee Frank L.
O'Keefe Adrian O'Keeffe Harry Olins George Olmsted, Jr.
the governing boards and officers of tine university THE CORPORATION Julius Abrams Charles F.
Christmas Vacation No Classes Winter Quarter Classes Begin Washington's Birthday Observed Final Examination Period for Winter Quarter No Classes Monday-Friday, December 16-20 Tuesday and Thursday, December 17 and 19 Monday-Thursday, December 16-19 Monday-Thursday, December 16-19 Monday and Tuesday, December 16-17 Monday and Wednesday, December 16 and 18 Monday and Tuesday, December 16 and 17 Monday and Tuesday, December 16—17 Monday-Thursday, December 16-19 Monday, December 23- Saturday, January 4 Wednesday, January 6 Monday, February 17 Monday, March 24— Saturday, March 29 H\ Spring Quarter 1975 SPRING REGISTRATION DATES ACADEMIC CALENDAR / 7 Classes Begin Monday, April 7, 1975 Boston Boxford (Masconomet) Burlington Framingham North H.
Spring Quarter Begins I Patriot's Day Observed Memorial Day Observed Final Examination Period for Spring Quarter Commencement - p.m.
92 / ACADEMIC PROGRAMS OF INSTRUCTION Bioelectronic Engineering Technology Leading to the Degree of Associate in Engineering The program in Bioelectronics Engineering Technology prepares the graduate to assume responsibilities related to the design, installation, and operation of modern medical electronic devices used in the measurement, recording, and analysis of anatomical, physiological, and biochemical functions in humans and animals. *11.305 General Physics II (2 cl., 2 q.h.) , Temperature; heat energy; mechanical equivalent of heat; wave motion; sound;| Doppler's effect; properties of light; simple optical systems.
.321, 02.322, 02.323 Stress Analysis I, II, 111 6 ^351 Thermodynamics I 2 03.344 Fundamentals of Electricity and Residential Power Circuits 2 03.345 Industrial Power Circuits 2 1.306, 91.307, 91.308 Fire Protection Systems I, II, III 6 Fourth Year 1-351 Environmental Engineering 2 09.311,09.312 Engineering Graphics I, II 4 4.381, 04.382 Nuclear Technology 1, II 4 91.312 Environmental Physiology 2 5.570,45.571,45.572 Electronic Data Processing I, II, III 6 .1.309,91.310,91.311 Fire Operations I, II, III 6 Total A. degree 96 ^ ote: Associate degree graduates may transfer applicable credits toward the iquirements in other Lincoln College programs leading to the Associate in igineering, Associate in Science, or Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree. *11.306 General Physics III (2 cl., 2 q.h.) Fundamentals of electricity and magnetism; fields; potential; electric current; inductance; capacitance; electromagnetism; a-c and d-c series circuits. (This is a combination of 11.322 and .323.) Prereq. .321 Wave Phenomena (2 cl., 2 q.h.) )plication of fundamental principles of waves to electromagnetic radiation.