This catalog is particularly interesting because of how it lays out the course schedules. It explicitly offers majors unlike the 1926-1927 catalog. There are only a few majors: fine arts, sociology, music, home economics and a minor of physical education. Each program comes with a schedule that is planned out per semester. There is no explicit list of GER classes, but each degree program roughly requires the same classes the first few years. Each program requires varying amounts of English, history, and modern language classes to be completed, normally during the first few years. This implies a general understanding that some classes are necessary because they are the basis for a liberal arts education.