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and one of the following subjects : Chemistry Part IIC

Physics Part IIB Theory of Statistics Part I Pure Mathematics Part III

Applied Mathematics Part III or Theory of Statistics Part II

History and Philosophy of Science B or

Pure Mathematics Part III (Honours) and one of the following subjects :-

Applied Mathematics Part III (Honours) Theory of Statistics Part II (Honours) Second Year.

(Cont.).

Third Year

provided that a candidate may be passed in the First Year as a whole in accordance with the principles set out in Section б and

(b) passed the examination in Science French or Science German

or Science Russian provided that a candidate who satisfies the Faculty

of his competence in French or in German or in Russian may be excused

examination in the corresponding subject. No candidate may proceed

to any subject without having completed the appropriate prerequisite

as set out in Section 5.*

Group III Biochemistry Part I_I. Exhibition of 120 to be styled the Dunlop Rubber 'Co. Exhibition.

Microbiology. Exhibition of f20.

Group IV Chemistry Part III. Dixson Scholarship of f40.$

Physics Part III. Dixson Scholarship of f40.

Subject to the provisions of the next succeeding section, candidates may also compete for the following Prizes, Exhibitions and Scholar- ships:

(a) Open for competition in the course for the degree of Bachelor of Arts

Pure Mathematics Part I—Exhibition of L15 to be styled the John MacFarland Exhibition.

Applied Mathematics Part I-Dixson Scholarship of ł15.

Pure Mathematics. Part II—The Dixson Scholarship of 120.

Applied Mathematics Part II—The Dixson Scholarship

of 120. .

(b) Open for competition in the courses for the several degrees

of Bachelor of Engineering: .

Engineering Part I—Exhibition, of f20 styled the Howard Smith Exhibition.

Surveying Part I Exhibition of f20 to be styled the H. B. Howard Smith Exhibition.

Surveying Part II—Exhibition of L20.

Metallurgy Part II—Exhibition of f35. .

11. For the purpose of Chapter IV, Regulation I, Section 2, courses in the Faculty of Science shall not be deemed to be courses in which specific work is assigned to specific years or in which candidates are required to complete years, but Prizes, Exhibitions and Scholar- ships in the subjects set out in Section 3 of this Regulation shall be awarded-

(a) in the case of subjects in Group I only to candidates, who pass or obtain honours in not less than three subjects of that Group at one Annual Examination;

(b) in the case of subjects in Groups II and III only to candidates who pass or obtain honours in not less than two subjects from among the subjects of those Groups at one Annual Examina- tion.

No `candidate may be awarded the Dixson Scholarship in Pure Mathematics Part II or in Applied Mathematics Part II unless he is eligible to compete for such .Scholarship under Chapter III, Regulation II, Section 24, or passes or obtains honours at the same Annual Examination in some subject other than Pure Mathematics Part II and Applied Mathematics Part II.

A candidate completing the Third Year of the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Science and taking the subjects of Division I t

There are also two Curing Memorial Scholarships, of f42 and f28 respectively, and a Fred.

Walker Scholarship of ś48 open to competition among those candidates who are proceeding to the advanced studies in Chemistry prescribed for the Degree of M.Sе.

of the course for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery shall be eligible to compete for the Prize and Exhibitions open for competition at the Honour Examinations of that Division.

12. (a) Candidates desiring to take both the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees must submit a course extend- ing over not less than four years for the approval of both Faculties.

(b) Graduates in Arts may proceed to the Bachelor of Science.

degree after completing not less than an additional year's work approved by the Faculty.

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13. A candidate proceeding to the Degree of Bachelor of Science under Part B of this Regulation shall pass the examinations in the subjects of Division A and of one of the Sub-Divisions of Division B:

provided that in special circumstances the Faculty may permit two or more Sub-Divisions to be combined and for that purpose may prescribe the subjects to be studied and passed in lieu of a Sub-Division of Division B.

Division A— . Chemistry Part I Physics Part I

and three of the following subjects :

General Mathematics or Pure Mathematics Part I Biology

Geology Part IA Geography Part I

Applied Mathematics Part I Division B—

(i) First Physical Sciences Sub-Division Three of the following subjects:

Pure Mathematics Part II Chemistry Part IIC Physics Part IIB Metallurgy Part I

Applied Mathematics Part II and two of the following subjects :

Biology

Geology Part IA

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course) Theory of Statistics Part I , "

Geography Part I

(ii) Second Physical Sciences Sub-Division Four of the following subjects:

Pure Mathematics Part II Chemistry Part IIC

Physics Part IIB .

Metallurgy Part I .

Applied Mathematics Part II

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(iii) Biological Sciences Sub-Division Three of the following five subjects :

Botany Part II Geology Part II

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I Zoology Part II

Three units (i.e. three of the following—

Elementary Cytology and Genetics Cell Pharmacology

General Bacteriology General Pharmacology Elementary Statistics),

and one of the following subjects:

Geology Part IA

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course) Principles of Statistics

Geography Part I (iv) Rural Sciences Sub-Division

Botany Part II Zoology Part II Agricultural Science,

and one of the following subjects:

Agricultural Chemistry*

Chemistry Part IIB Geology Part II Physics Part. IIB,

and one of the following subjects:

Geology Part IA

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course) Principles of Statistics

Geography Part I

Earth Sciences Sub-Division . Geology Part II

Geography Part I Agricultural Science,

and one of the following subjects:

Agricultural Chemistry*

Chemistry Part IIB Chemistry Part IIC Physics Part IIB,

and one of the following subjects : . Biology

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course) (vi) Нuman Sciences Sub-Division

Psychology Part I Psychology Part II

'Agricultural Chemistry will be approved in courses for В.Sc. (Parts A and B) only if laboratory space remains after students enrolled for Agricultural Science, Forestry and Dietetics have been accommodated.

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Physiology and Biochemistry Part I

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course) Theory of Statistics Part I

A candidate who has obtained credit for subject in Division A may not obtain credit for the same subject in any Sub-Division of Division В.

14. The Faculty of Science may permit a candidate to substitute for any of the subjects of his course subjects which are not specified or to substitute portion of a subject of Group III, Section A, as set out in Section 3 above for a subject of Division В of Section 13 provided that the Faculty is satisfied that the proposed subjects are relevant to the candidate's course and of a standard not lower than the subjects for which they are substituted.. The Faculty shall determine what, if any, pre-requisites must be passed prior to commencing such subject or subjects.

15. Except with the special permission of the Faculty, no candi- date may-

( a) receive credit for more than four subjects passed at any one examination;

(b) proceed to any subject without having completed the appTO- priate pre-requisites as set out in Section 5.

16. To complete his First Year a candidate shall (a) pass in four subjects; or (b) be passed by the Faculty in the Year as a whole in accordance with the principles set out in Section 6. A candidate who has completed his First Year and who passes either in three additional sub- jects or in six subjects in all shall thereby complete his Second Year. A candidate who has completed his Second Year and passes either in three additional subjects or in nine subjects in all shall thereby complete his Third Year..

17. A candidate who has satisfied the requirements of Section 13 may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Science.

18. At the Honour Examinations. candidates may compete for any Exhibitions or Scholarships in the subjects of their course that are available for competition by candidates for the degree of Bachelor

of

Science as set out in Section 10 of this Regulation. Such Exhibitions and Scholarships may be awarded only—

(a) in the case of Division A to candidates who pass or obtain honours in not less than three subjects of that Division at the one examination and who have not previously passed in more than two subjects of their course:

(b) in the case of Division 'B to candidates who, at the one examina- tion, pass or obtain honours in not less than two subjects of Division В or who pass or obtain honours in one subject of Division B and in not less than two other subjects of their

course. .