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J Elementary Cytology and Genetics

General Bacteriology.

General Pharmacology.

1. Virology.! .

4. The Faculty of Science may permit a candidate to substitute for any of the subjects of his course other than those of Group IIIA or Group IV subjects which are not specified or to substitute portion of a subject of a . higher group for a subject of a lower group provided that the Faculty is satisfied that the proposed subjects are relevant to the candidate's course and of not lower standard than the subjects for which, they are substituted. Such subjects shall rank as subjects of the appro- priate group or groups for completion of years.

5. The following provisions govern the manner in which a candi- date may pursue his course

(a) The selection of subjects by a candidate and the years of his course in which they are to be taken must be approved by the Faculty and any subsequent alterations in the course so approved must similarly be approved by the Faculty.t

(b) Except with the special permission of the Faculty no candi•.

date may proceed to any subject without having completed the appropriate pre-requisites set out in the following table.

Subject Pre-requisites •

, :

Agricultural Chemistry Physics Part I and either Chemistry Part IA or Chemis- try Part IB or Chemistry Part I (Agriculture Course).

Agricultural Science Biology and either Chemistry Part_ IA, or Chemistry

Part IB. .

Biochemistry Part II . Physiology and Biochemistry Part I, Chemistry Part IIA' or Chemistry Part IIB.' ,

Botany Part II . . Biology and Chemistry Part IA or Chemistry Part IB.

Cell Pharmacology . Physiology and Biochemistry Part I. 1

• Viгоlogy may only be taken concurrently with Microbiology. ' Ì

t All Science students at the commencement of their First Year are required to fill in an approval form setting out the course they propose and giving the calendar years in which the subjects are to be taken. This should be submitted in person to Mr. Sanderson at the Scientific Branch of the Registrar's Ofńce. Failure in a subject in any year necessitates reapproval of the subjects for the following year. Where any alteration is necessary either on account of change of proposed subjects or due to failure in a subject, students should see Mr. Sanderson and submit the course to him for reapproval. The subjects for which entries are made in any year and the subjects approved for that year must be in agreement and any candidate whose entry is not in order within two weeks after the commencement of lectures will render himself liable to a fine unless he can give reasons satisfactory to the Faculty why his entry had not been put in order within the time allowed. The Scheme of Approved Courses will be found at the end of Details of Subjects. A candidate taking any of ',ese courses must nevertheless submit his course as set out. above. Candidates who wish to take any other course must be prepared to give reasons satisfactory to the Faculty why such course should be allowed.

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Subject Pre-requisites Chemistry Part IIA or

Chemistry Part IIB or Chemistry Part IIC§

Electronics

Elementary Cytology and Genetics

Elementary Geophysics General Bacteriology General Pharmacology Genetics

Geology Part II . . . Geomorphology

History and Philosophy of Science (Science Course)

Metallurgy Part I . . Nutrition

Microbiology . . . Pathology . . .

Physics Part I and either Pure Mathematics Part I or General Mathematics. .

Pure Mathematics Part II and Physics Part IIA or Physics Part IIB.

Biology.

Geology Part I, **Physics Part I and either Pure Mathematics Part I or General Mathematics.

Biology.

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I.

Elementary Cytology and Genetics.

Chemistry Part IA or Chemistry Part IB.

Geology Part IA.

Any two subjects.

Pure Mathematics Part I, Physics Part I and Chemistry

Part IA. '

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I.. '

Chemistry Part IIA or Chemistry Part IIB and General Bacteriology.

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I, Chemistry Part

IIA

or Chemistry Part IIB and General Bacteriology.

Physiology and Biochemistry Part . I. .

Either Chemistry Part IA or Chemistry Part - IB and either Pure Mathematics Part I or General Mathematics.

Pure Mathematics Part II.

Physics Part I. Chemistry Part IA or Chemistry Part IB and Biology.

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I.

Psychology Part I. . Psychology Part IIA, Pure Mathematics Part I.

Pure Mathematics Part I.

Pure Mathematics Part II:

Chemistry Part IIA or Chemistry

Bacteriology. •

Biology. .

Chemistry Part IA or Chemistry Part IB.

Pharmacology Part A or Pharmacology Part B Physics Part IIA or

Physics Part IIB Physics. Part. III por

Physics Part IIIA . Physiology and Bio- 'chemistry Part.

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Physiology Part IIA or Physiology Part IIB . Psychology Part IIA or Psychology Part IIB . Psychology Part IIIA or Psychology Part IIIB Surveying Part I . Theory of Statistics

Part I ...

Theory of Statistics Part II . . . . Virology . ...

Zoology Part II . . . Zoology Part III . . .

Part IIB and General

(c) No candidate may proceed to Chemistry Part III unless he has reached a standard in Chemistry satisfactory to the Faculty.

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) No candidate may proceed to Physics Part III unless he has reached a standard in Physics satisfactory to the Faculty.

6. To complete his First Year a candidate shall (a) pass in four subjects of Group I, or

(b) be passed by the Faculty in the Year as a, whole. In award- I

Students taking approved courses including Chemistry Part IIB, with Biochemistry, Micro- biology, Botany or Zoology as their major subject, may be excused Pure Mathematics Part I as a prerequisite if they have obtained a pass in General Mathematics or Calculus and Applied Mathematics at the Matriculation Examination.

"" Students may be excused Physics Part I as a prerequisite if they have obtained a past' in Physics at the Matriculation Examination.

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ing such pass, the Faculty shall take into account, his per- formance in all subjects in accordance with principles deter- mined by the Faculty from time to time and approved by the Professorial Board. A candidate passed by the Faculty in the Year as a whole who has not passed• in any particular subject shall not be recorded as having passed in that subject and shall not be permitted to proceed to Part II of that subject but shall be allowed to proceed with other subjects of a later year of the course for which a pass in that subject may be a pre-requisite.

A candidate who passes in

(a) not less than two subjects of Group II, or

(b) one subject of Group II and in such subjects of Group V as are, in the opinion of the Faculty, together equivalent to not less than one subject of Group II.**

shall thereby complete his Second Year.

A candidate who

passes in one subject of Group IV, or

passes in two subjects of Group III of which at least one shall be from Section A, or

passes in one subject of Group II and in one subject of Group III, Section A, or

passes in one subject of Group III, Sečtioń A and in such subjects of Group V as are, in the opinion of the Faculty,

together equivalent to not less than one subject. of Group II**, or

subsequent to the completion of his Second Year completes Division.I of.the course for the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

shall thereby complete his Third Year.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary no candidate shall be allowed credit for more than three subjects of Group ‚T in the course.

7. Subject to the provisions of Section 5 of this, Regulation a candidate may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of. Science who has

Completed the First, Second and Third Years as set out in Section 6.

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.

8. Students who have completed the Preliminary Examination for students in Medicine may proceed to the course for the Degree of

'•Faculty has ruled that three Units of Group V shall together be equivalent to one sub- jeet of Group II and credit for only three subjects of Group V will be allowed in the course.

Students should note that two of French, German and Russian are required for M.Sę.

t Students who bave already passed an appropriate language_ at the School Leaving exam' i

паtiоп play be excused.

(a) (b)

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Bachelor of Science and will be granted credit for three subjects of Group I but they may proceed to Zoology Part II only if they have obtained Honours in Biology (Pre-Medical) or if they satisfy the Faculty of Science that they have done such additional work as will enable them to proceed with the work of Part II. :

' Students who have completed Division I of the course for the Degrees of Báchelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Science provided that they have completed an additional year's work in Science approved by the Faculty of Science. For this purpose Psychopathology shall be deemed the equivalent of a subject of Group II.

9. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Regulation a candidate may be admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Science who has

) completed one of the following courses : (i) Dietetics Course Chemistry Part IB Physics Part I Biology

Food Preparation

Second Year Agricultural Chemistry

.

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I General Bacteriology

Food Economics Third Year ' Biochemistry Part II

Nutrition

Microbiology (Dietetics Course) Dietetic Practice

.

(ii) Psychology Course Chemistry Part IB Physics Part I Psychology Part I Biology

Psychology Part IIA

Physiology and Biochemistry Part I Pure Mathematics Part I

Psychology Part IIIA or Psychology Part IIIB Theory of Statistics. Part I

Elementary Cytology and Genetics (iii) Matlzen гatics Course

Pure Mathematics Part I Physics. Part I

Chemistry Part IA

Applied Mathematics Part I Pure Mathematics Part II Applied Mathematics Part II First Year

First Year

Second Year

Third Year

First Year

Second Year

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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.*