Harvard School of Public Health catalog and announcement

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Title

Harvard School of Public Health catalog and announcement

Alternative Title

Harvard School of Public Health catalog "version 2"

Subject

Harvard School of Public Health -- Catalogs
Harvard School of Public Health -- Curricula
Public Health education
Public Health history
School for Health Officers (Mass.)

Description

The School for Health Officers (precursor to the Harvard School of Public Health) was founded in 1913 by a joint committee of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Its offices were located at 240 Longwood Avenue, Boston, and its founding administrative board included William T. Sedgwick, Milton J. Rosenau, and George C. Whipple.

Abstract

Circular of the School for Health Officers (Volume 1, Number 2): Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Catalogue and Announcement

Table Of Contents

Divided in to the following sections: Calendar; Organization; General Information; Requirements for Admission; Application and Registration; Schedule of Courses; Certificate; Fees; Staff of Instructors; Groups of Courses; Description of Courses; and Students

Creator

School for Health Officers

Publisher

School for Health Officers

Date Created

1913 December

Contributor

Harvard University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Is Part Of

Harvard School of Public Health Catalogs, AB2.172, Box 1, Folder "1913-1914 Version 2"

Format

text

Extent

1 catalog (46 pages, including cover and blank pages)

Language

English

Type

text

Identifier

Archives AB 2.172
DigID0001578-0001602

Files

Citation

School for Health Officers , “Harvard School of Public Health catalog and announcement,” OnView, accessed July 22, 2024, https://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/6022.

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