Harvard University. Graduate School of Applied Science

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The Graduate School of Applied Science was established in 1906; in 1912 it was superseded by the Graduate Schools of Applied Science, a faculty separate from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The Graduate Schools included the Schools of Engineering, Mining, Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Forestry, and Applied Biology (the Bussey Institution). As a result of the cooperative agreement with M.I.T. in 1914, the Faculty of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science was dissolved, the instruction in the various brances of Engineering and in Mining and Metallurgy was undertaken in cooperation with M.I.T., the School of Architecture and the School of Landscape Architecture were placed under a Faculty of Architecture; the Bussey Institution was continued under its own faculty, and the School of Forestry was discontinued.

From the description of Records of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science, 1906-1915 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972663

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Active 1909

Active 1912


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