Saint Joseph's College of Philadelphia has announced that its department of physics has recently instituted a five‐year cooperative curriculum in electronics leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in electronic physics. Through agreements between the College and five of the major electrical and electronic industries in the Philadelphia area, pre‐junior students who qualify spend alternate three‐month periods in the plants of the cooperating industries. Freshman and sophomore years under the new plan are the same as for those students who are majoring in pure physics. The exchange program between academic and industrial work continues for twelve quarters until graduation.

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