From the Holy Cross academic catalog for 1961-62 available on line from Crossworks. Other years are also available.
For the A.B. Classics degree Freshman year English, 2 courses Theology, 2 courses Modern Foreign Language, 2 courses History, 2 courses Latin, 2 courses Greek, 2 courses I count 6 courses per semester, with the 6 courses per semester rate continuing through junior year.
For senior year, Philosophy, 4 courses Theology, 2 courses Electives in field, 4 courses They relaxed the curriculum, only 5 courses per semester.
IIRC... the daily class schedule was M,W,F - 3 1hr classes T&Th 2 1.5 hr classes; Lab sessions e.g. language, physics were after class hours
After reviewing the program for the 176th Commencement Ceremony for the College of the Holy Cross, Derrick Ng is not listed among the degree recipients for the Ceremony on Friday morning at the DCU Center. Let the speculation continue....
Matt Considine, who transferred to HC from Wake Forest, received his degree In Absentia. It was conferred on August 27, 2021. Last fall he played at Saginaw Valley State. He is currently in the portal looking to use his last year of eligibility. If so, it will be his fourth school. Fortunately for him, he now has a HC degree.
Last Edit: May 27, 2022 16:50:33 GMT -5 by Crucis#1