The Curriculum in the Early Years: Curriculum Divisions

At its first commencement, Cabrini College granted thirteen Bachelor of Arts and twenty Bachelor of Science Degrees.  In 1966, eighty five baccalaureate degrees were awarded.  With the rapidly expanding curriculum the first curriculum divisions were created in 1967.   Designed for the co-ordination and integration of the program of study, the College’s instructional departments were organized into four divisions:  Religion and Philosophy, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences.  The 1967-1968 Cabrini College Catalog shows which academic departments constituted each division.

Submitted by:  A. Schwelm, Assistant Library Director

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