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Before enrolling, they must report to the secretariat of the vice-dean in the Ancient Arts building for an application for approval of the proposed course unit for the First Year. Those who enter the second year must report to the office of the sub-dean to complete an application for approval, of course for the second year and later years.

External Studies

Indian Studies I and II Political Philosophy Indonesian Studies I and II Psychology I, IIA and IIIA International Relations A Public Administration Italian I, II and III Pure Mathematics I and II. The fees for external study are (except for annual registration, sports, union and S.R.C. fees) the same as for lectures, and must be paid on the due dates each term.

Single Subjects

Examinations

Graduation

State students attending a diploma course must report to the registrar's office to sign the matriculation list before taking the exams in the first year. High school graduates and others who are not yet enrolled at the university, please call for an appointment.

Appointments Board

They are available during normal university hours, preferably by appointment, but also without, if necessary. The Student Counselors Office is now located at 268 Elgin Street, Carlton, and at 820 Swanston Street, Carlton.

Financial Assistance

The Student Counselor's Office staff (Mr. R. Priestley, Ms. Marjorie Ross, Ms. Pamela Kennedy and Mr. Jon Frederick) are available to assist students and prospective students with issues such as choice of study or career, difficulties in adjusting to study, adjustment to university life, housing problems and financial and personal difficulties.

Student Facilities

March, the Students' Representative Council will arrange conducted tours of the main University buildings and opportunities for students to meet members

The Colleges of the University

University Halls of Residence

C 50. Music B

B 51. Music C

A candidate who was placed on the class list at the final exam in any school or combined honors program may subsequently, with the consent of the st. Except with the consent of the Faculty, these scholarships are not awarded except to a candidate placed in the first class.

The candidate must also satisfy the examiners in such written, oral or practical examinations as may be required by the Board on the recommendation of the examiners. If the head of the relevant department is not an examiner, he does not have a vote. 3.

CHAPTER 3 COURSES IN ARTS

  • THE ORDINARY DECREE Structure of the Course

Students must read the regulations on p. 20 and the instructions in the details of the chosen course. The details of pure honors courses are detailed under the heading of the relevant department.

GROUP 1 Group 1(a), Foreign language

Arts C as the second part of a sub-major or in a combined Fine Arts/History major. SЬoіd is not normally taken by candidates wishing to progress to Fine Arts B or C.

Group 3(a), Philosophy

Pure Mathematics I Pure Mathematics II Pure Mathematics III General Mathematics (not part of a major or sub-major and cannot be taken in addition to Pure Mathematics I) Group 3(c), History and Philosophy of Science. Science students or graduates who have passed History and Philosophy of Science (Science course) should refer to course details in History and Philosophy of Science for additional majors and sub-majors.

Group 4(a), Applied Mathematics and Statistics

COMBID7ED GRADUATE COURSE ØTS, BACNALON LAW. COMBINED GRADUATE COURSE ØTS, BACHELOI COmmE'CE.

Graduate Studies

Combined honors degree courses in the schools of history, philosophy, psychology and Germanic languages ​​and a social science degree are approved. You will find them before each item name in the "Item Details" on the following pages.

DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

  • GREEK PART II Three lectures and one tutorial per week
  • GREEK PART III Four lectures and one tutorial per week
  • LATIN PART I
  • LATIN PART II Four lectures or tutorials per week

Four lectures or exercises per week for daytime classes and three lectures for evening classes.

EXAMINATION"

  • LATIN PART III Four lectures and one tutorial per week

BOOKS

SYLLABUS

SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES (For possible combinations with this school see p. 220.)

  • The course for the degree with honours in the school of Classical Studies comprises the following subjects

Candidates will be examined in the subjects of Greek part II and Latin part II at the annual examination at the end of the Second Year. At the end of the third year, candidates will be examined in invisible translation from Greek and Latin.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS SYLLAВUs

  • GREEK PART I (Ions) Three lectures and two tutorial classes per week
  • GREEK PART II (Ions) Three lectures and one tutorial class weekly
  • GREEK PART III (Ions) Four lectures and two tutorial classes per week
  • LATIN PART III (Ions)

The final examination in the School of Classical Studies is held in two parts, Part I at the end of 3. year, part II at the end of 4. year. On the first day of the third semester, each student must complete and hand in an essay of no more than 9,000 words about their special studies.

110. LATIN PART IV

COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY

MASTER OF ARTS

SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES

CRIMINOLOGY DEPARTMENT

ORDINARY DEGREE

CRIMINOLOGY A

FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

Careful attention must be paid to the regulation on prerequisites (p. 19) and the instructions on major subjects and sub-major subjects (p. 30). The nature of economics; the pricing mechanism; the consumer and the theory of demand; the fictn, production and cost; competition and monopoly;.

220-1. ECONOMICS Cl INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS

A course of one lecture per week and one tutorial every two weeks throughout the year. A course of one lecture per week and one tutorial every two weeks throughout the year.

220 - 5. ECONOMICS C5 PUBLIC FINANCE

223. STATISTICAL METHOD Economics A must be passed before this subject is taken

Influence of natural resources, climatic conditions and topography on economic activity; population movements and problems; types of agricultural development; processes of industrialization; transport; international trade; intergovernmental cooperation in development programs. ed.) - The pattern of Asia. THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF EMPEROR RUSSIA AND THE SOVIET UNION A course of one lecture per week with self-study lessons throughout the year.

SYLLAВUS

In their Fourth. Year candidates should take Economics part IV and either History of Economic Theory or Mathematical Economics

The final examination in the school of Economics consists of the essay in accordance with section 5 above and five papers, including two on either History of

BООKS

148. ECONOMICS PART IV A course of lectures and discussion classes throughout the year

231. HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THEORY

— The Works and Correspondence of David Ricardo, Vol. c) No formal book on the history of economic thought is prescribed, but some of the following will be useful:. Three copies of each thesis must be submitted (quarto, typewritten, double-spaced), one of which will be deposited in the University Library.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

Candidates are advised to choose a topic that allows for statistical measurement or for constructive criticism of the use of statistics in economic research. Students are required to submit the prescribed essays, details of which will be provided during the year.

Ø. RHETORIC

ENGLISH PART II A course of two lectures and one tutorial class a week

Students are required to submit three essays, details of which will be provided during the year. Students are required to submit two essays, details of which will be provided during the year.

HONOURS DEGREE

SCHOOL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

ENGLISH IN COMBINED COURSES

O.U.P.) BOOKS

A course of five lectures per week, with tutorial work. i) Course in Poetry and Prose prescribed for English Part III (Ordinary Level), together with one of the following subjects:. ii) A study of the development of drama, including a special study of Shakespeare's plays. Part of the work for this subject was done together with the Aesthetics class in the School of Philosophy.

133. ENGLISH LANGUAGE PART IV A course of four to five lectures a week

SCHOOL OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Candidates are required to prepare a thesis on an approved subject. They will

Longinus on Elevation of Style (tr.. ed.) - Taste and Criticism in the Eighteenth Century. iii) Australsk litteratur - Se engelsk litteratur del III.

DEPARTMENT 0F FINE ARТŠ

  • FINE ARTS A
  • FINE ARTS В
  • FINE ARTS C
  • FINE ARTS B

A study of Renaissance and Mannerist art in Italy, with an introduction to medieval Italian art. Vasari, G.-The lives of the most prominent painters, sculptors and architects. or MacCurdy-The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci.

167. FINE ARTS D

The final exam in the School of Fine Arts consists of two parts:. Students must attend a two-hour weekly seminar, and (during one or two terms) an additional lecture series ` (one hour per week) on a topic complementary to their main course; these are arranged during the year.

THESIS

SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS

They work under the supervision of a member of the Fine Arts Department, to whom they regularly report on the progress of their work. Candidates are drawn to the advice of the Board of Professors on the design of theses (Regulations 4.6, in the University Calendar).

DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH

FRENCH PART IA

A study of the French novel of the 19th and 20th centuries. ii) Translation of prescribed texts and unseen translation into English. iii) Simple French grammar, syntax and translation. For part (i) of the syllabus, first-hand knowledge of representative writers will be expected in the examination.

FRENCH PART I

This course, which assumes that students have achieved a pass standard in French. in the matriculation examination, it is intended for both full-time and external students who do not propose to continue beyond the First Year in French.

ESSAY WORK

B. The books mentioned above are available in the University Library, but students must have their own copies of all books marked with an asterisk

EXAMINATION

  • FRENCH PART II
  • FRENCH PART III
  • SCHOOL OF FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
    • FRENCH PART I (Ions)
    • FRENCH PART II (Ions)

Students must submit short essays in French and exercises in the interpretation of 17th century literature. Students must submit short essays in French and an explication exercise on 18th century literature.

ORAL WORK

BACKGROUND COURSE

134. MEDIEVAL FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE A course of three lectures per week throughout the year

A course in aspects of medieval and renaissance French culture, open to all French students, is an integral part of the preparation for the exam in medieval French language and literature. A course of five lectures, two seminars and a special guidance class per week throughout the year. i) French Literature of the 18th Century (advanced treatment of the syllabus in Literature and Civilization set for French Part III, Ordinary Degree). ii) Special literary studies: studies in 19th-century poetry or 19th-century novels (alternating years). iii) Modern French authors (study in seminars of selected texts). iv) Advanced unseen translation into English.

137. FRENCH PART IV

136. ADVANCED MEDIEVAL FRENCH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY Head of Department

Admission to the exam in geography subjects is conditional on carrying out the prescribed practical and field work. The fees must be paid to Danmarks Nationalbank's University Department using a specially stamped bank note, which is obtained from the Geography Department.

HONOURS DEGREE P. SCHOOL OF GEOGRAPHY

Reading lists covering source materials, reference books and periodicals will be provided in class. Classwork and additional written work for honors candidates will deal with more specialized topics in the economic or historical geography of the regions being studied.

DEPARTMENT OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES

GERMAN PART I

Candidates must prepare a diploma thesis in a subject approved by the head of the department. Rural students should contact the head of the German Studies department at the beginning of the academic year.

  • GERMAN PART II

The Germanic Languages ​​Department will provide advice and information of a general nature regarding courses for external students. Written work (translations and essays) sent to the department will be corrected and returned. von.

EXTERNAL STUDIES

  • GERMAN PART III
  • DUTCH PART I
  • DUTCH PART II
  • DUTCH PART III

Ein • Document des Expres{o п •rsтus. d) The following works will form the basis for the course on the German novel. Students are advised to attend the introductory course for lectures on the structure and history of the Germanic languages ​​in German Part I (first semester only).

178-1. SWEDISH PARТ I

178 - 2. SWEDISH PART II

178 - 3. SWEDISH PART III

A will be examined at the annual examination at the end of the Second Year only in Dutch part II, and those taking course B only in German part II. As for the ordinary degree, together with a course on some aspects of the German classical drama from Lessing to Kleist.

139. GERMAN PART IV

DUTCH PART I (lions)

DUTCH PART II (Ions)

DUTCH PART III (Ions)

140. ADVANCED MIDDLE DUTCH

SCHOOL OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES

A preliminary test in either Icelandic, Gothic or early Neo-High German, including literature from the 16th and 17th centuries. The preliminary exam can be taken before or immediately after the submission of the thesis.

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

  • ANCIENT HISTORY PART I
  • BRITISH HISTORY
  • MODERN HISTORY A
  • AMERICAN HISTORY
  • AUSTRALIAN HISTORY

Special attention will be given to three main subjects:. i) The period from Palaeolithic savagery to the establishment of the established urban bronze-working societies of the third millennium B.C. There will be some emphasis on western expansion, the causes of the Civil War, and American foreign policy.

Ø. FAR EASTERN HISTORY

A.—"The Study of Australian History Reprint from Historic Studies, Australia and New Zealand, available separately. One or two 3-hour assignments; number to be determined will be communicated to students during first term.

SYLLABUS _

59-1. LATER BRITISH HISTORY

MODERN HISTORY B

The following works, to which extensive reference will be made during the year, are now available in paperback editions, and students may find them useful to own:. Some of the volumes in the series Problems in European Civilization (D. C. Heath and Co.) will also be found useful.

SOCIAL HISTORY ( DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES )

Second and (a) Three of Old History part II, General History part I, Third year: General History part II and General History part III together with the Third Year Work, the 'Algemene Leergang' Theory and Method of History. A lecture as in the regular programme, supplemented with one extra lecture per week during two semesters of the academic year.

MODERN HISTORY A (Ions)

112. GENERAL HISTORY PART I

For an idea of ​​the controversies that have occurred among historians in the past on the subject of the "Renaissance": ed.)-The. Some knowledge of the Italian language would be of great help to students of Part I of General History.

113. GENERAL HISTORY PART II

MODERN ETnOPEAN нгsтон Y

See the Modern History B course book list for hardback works that students should purchase. A reading list of prescribed original sources and secondary works will be available in the History office before the long break.

115. GENERAL HISTORY PART IV

116. THEORY AND METHOD OF HISTORY

Т ER OF ARTS B. SCHOOL OF HISTORY

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE I
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE II
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE ( SCIENCE COURSE )
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSPHY OF SCIENCE I (Ions) A. course of lectures as for the ordinary degree
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE II (Ions) A course of lectures as for the ordinary degree
  • HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE ( SCIENCE COURSE ) (Ions)
  • SCHOOL OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE Candidates are required to prepare a thesis on an approved subject. They will

Students with adequate science and mathematics knowledge will be exempted from this part of the course. Intensive study of topics in the history and philosophy of science, which must be decided according to the scientific, historical, and philosophical background of the students concerned.

DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN STUDIES

They work under the supervision of a member of the History of Science and Philosophy Department, to whom they regularly report on the progress of their work. Before the topic of the thesis is approved, candidates may be required to take an honors-based examination in the field of the proposed thesis.

174. INDIAN STUDIES PART I

M.c.A., Calcutta.)

Calcutta UP) Swami Vireswarananda (Skr. en tr.) -Brahma Sutras. ed.) - The Vedanta Sutra, with Sankara's commentary.

There will be three courses of lectures: one devoted to the study of a modern Indian literature in its wider socio-cultural context with literary texts described in English translation; another on Hindu social theory, together with the study of some archetypal social institutions; the third will be an advanced study of selected schools of Indian philosophy and religion, ancient, medieval and modern. The first course will be compulsory for all; students will have a choice between second and third subjects.

Option A)—Hindu Social Theory and the Caste System

Option B)—Indian Philosophy and Religion (Jainism: Tantra: Indian Mysticism: Contemporary Philosophy.)

DEPARTMENT OF INDONESIAN AND MALAYAN STUDIES

  • INDONESIAN PART I ( Bahasa Indonesia )
  • INDONESIAN STUDIES PART II
  • INDONESIAN STUDIES PART III
  • INDONESIAN PART I (Ions.) SYLLA В Us

Students will be required to submit a Final Honors Essay in their fourth year, the topic of which must be approved in advance by the heads of the two departments. Honors candidates will be required to answer questions that require a wider and more detailed knowledge in both the examination and the essay.

DEPARTMENT OF ITALIAN

  • ITALIAN PART II
  • ITALIAN PART III
  • SCHOOL OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Combined honours courses are available with most other subjects
  • Formal Examination Papers
    • History of the Italian Language up to 1300
    • Pre-Dante Literature
  • Class Tests and Essays
    • Essay on Dante
    • Oral test on the structure of modern Italian
    • Oral test in Italian
  • Class Tests
  • A thesis on an approved topic, to be prepared under the guidance of a supervisor and submitted in third term
  • papers (the first and second as for the ordinary degree, the third on special authors); terminal tests, class work and oral test as for the ordinary

External tuition is available in Italian part I. External students must contact the head of department at the beginning of the year. i). In their first year, candidates in the honors school will take the honors course in Italian part I, and two additional subjects (one of which will normally form part of a sub-major) approved by the head of department.

29 - 1. ITALIAN

The final examination will be held in two parts, Part I at the end of the Third Year, and Part II at the end of the Fourth Year, and will involve the following tests: As for the ordinary degree, together with special study of selected 19th and 20th century authors.

SYLLАВ US

For the ordinary degree together with an additional 3-hour assignment on 19th and 20th century literature and a special oral test. A course of two lectures per week, with tutoring help, throughout the year. i) Special aspects of Renaissance literature: in 1985, II romanzo cavalleresco.

SYLLABUS (i) Dante

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART I
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART II
  • PURE MATHEMATICS PART -III—COURSE A
  • papers. Before admission to the examination candidates must have satisfactorily completed division (1)
    • PURE MATHEMATICS PART III—COURSE В
    • PURE MATHEMATICS PART III-COURSE C
    • GENERAL MATHEMATICS
    • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART I
    • APPLIED МАТНЕ АТICS PART II
    • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART III
    • PURE MATHEMATICS PART I See p. 137
    • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART I (See page 142)
    • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART II (Ions) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year
    • APPLIED MATHEMATICS PART III (Ions) A course of three lectures per week throughout the year

Details of the new subject Theory of Computer Science, Part One, can be found in the Science book. Students who studied applied mathematics II. part (passed) in the years before 1982, will not receive point (i) of this syllabus for that subject.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

MUSIC A

Candidates will prepare a thesis in some branch of Mathematics and will be advised on an appropriate course of reading. Three copies of each thesis (quadruple, typed, double-spaced) must be submitted, one of which will be deposited in the University Library if approved.

МUSIC В

Folk song and the main forms from the 16th century to the Romantic Period, including the following—. The history of European music from 1600 to 1770 and the study of representative works from those of Monteverdi to the early works of.

МUSIC C

A course of tutorials and guided study in specified compositions of the twentieth century as determined by the head of the department. They work under the supervision of a member of the department, to whom they regularly report on the progress of their work.

DEPARTMENT OF ORIENTAL STUDIES

CHINESE PART I

They can take Chinese II as a subsidiary subject in group 1(a) of the ordinary degree. Similar waivers may also be granted at the discretion of the Head of Department to other candidates who have recognized professional qualifications in Chinese.

CHINESE PART II

CHINESE PART III

HONOURS DEGREE Q. SCHOOL OF C н INESE

  • CHINESE PART I (Ions) A course of 7 hours per week of 4 lectures and 3 tutorials
  • CHINESE PART. II (Ions)
  • CHINESE PART III (Ions)
  • CHINESE PART IV

As for the ordinary degree, together with a course of 3 hours a week of lectures and exercises on the prescribed texts of medieval Chinese and on Chinese bibliography. As for the ordinary degree, together with a course of 3 hours per week of free time and exercises in the prescribed texts in medieval and classical Chinese and in classical literature.

COURSES IN JAPANESE

JAPANESE PART I

Honors Chinese Part I: Three papers as prescribed for the ordinary degree together with a fourth paper on prescribed texts in medieval Chinese and an oral examination. Such candidates will take East Asian or Chinese Studies I and Japanese II and III as a major for the Ordinary Degree.

CENTRE OF EAST ASIAN STUDIES

EAST ASIAN STUDIES Part I

East Asian Studies (cf. p. 155), as passing this course is a prerequisite for Japanese II. Japanese II can be taken as an additional subject in group I (a) of the regular level.

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY

  • PHILOSOPHY PART I
  • LOGIC
  • ETHICS
  • POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
  • PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY
  • GREEK PHILOSOPHY
  • MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY

E.—"Defence of Common Sensé" in Contemporary British Philosophy, series 2. Wittgenstein, L.—The Blue and the Brown Books. The course will consist of a study of certain philosophical topics as they present themselves in the works of representative medieval thinkers, e.g. the problem of universals, the body-soul problem, the philosophical proofs of the existence of God, logical theory, theory of knowledge.

BOOKS '

A Study of Some of the Principal Philosophical Researches Which Have Occurred in the Last Ten or Twenty Years, an Extension and Detail of the General Survey in Part L. Modern Philosophy. A selection will be made from the following:. ed. The subject of the course is the treatment of questions in the philosophy of mind.

MASTER OF ARTS C. SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY

DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

  • MODERN GOVERNMENT A
  • MODERN GOVERNMENT B
  • MODERN GOVERNMENT C
  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS A This course will not be given in 1965

A Study of Modern Government in the U.S.A. will cover the theory of the United States constitution, the powers and duties of the presidency, the relations of president to congress, the representative functions of congress, the congressional committee system, the powers of congress. investigation, US political parties and pressure groups, the Supreme Court and civil rights. will the 1917 revolution, the development of the Soviet economic system, the evolution of the Soviet state system, the theoretical basis of Soviet politics, the role of elections and public opinion, the Supreme Soviet, Soviet federalism, the economic role of the Soviet deck. state, the Soviet budget system, policy formulation, the CPSU, party-state relations. The aspects of government to be studied in each country will include the background, the development of institutions, the theory and practice of government, administrative machinery, political parties and public opinion.

69-1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS B

POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

A study of the contribution of sociology and other social sciences to theory and research in politics. The course covers both the substantive contributions (eg the study of class structure, formal organizations, electoral behaviour, - communication, political socialization) and their research methods (eg interviewing and survey analysis, statistics and model construction).

PUBLIC AD М INISTØTION

SCHOOL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE ,

In addition, Honors candidates are required to complete a further subject at Standard level and Part I or IA of a foreign language in the first year of the course. The first year is considered a preparatory year and students who have completed it must. be approved by the Faculty of Arts as candidates for an Honors degree before entering the second year of the Honors School.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

The particular subjects to be studied during 1964 will be announced at the beginning of the academic year. In addition, students will be required to submit a dissertation of approximately 9,000 words on an approved topic within one of the following fields:.

MASTER OF ARTS

SCHOOL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE

The thesis, which must be prepared under the supervision of a supervisor, must be submitted for assessment at the beginning of the third semester.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

INTRODUCTION

Psychology IIA, Psychology IIB, Social Psychology

Psychology IIIA, Psychopathology

Honors candidates will be expected to achieve a higher standard in their work throughout the course and in the examinations and show evidence of wider reading and critical thinking. Honors candidates will be expected to achieve a higher standard throughout their course and in the examinations.

102. PSYC1OLOGY PART IIB (General Experimental Psychology)

The lectures will provide an introduction to standard material in the field of experimental, comparative, and physiological psychology. Honors candidates are expected to achieve a higher standard throughout the course and during examinations.

105. PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

A candidate will be admitted to the Second Year if he has obtained honors in Psychology part I and in the three subjects of par. A candidate will be admitted to the Final Year if he has passed in five Psychology, has passed honors in at least two of these, including Psychology part IIIA, and in the subjects of par.

PRACTICAL WORK

DEPARTMENT OF RUSSIAN

  • RUSSIAN PART IA
  • RUSSIAN PART I
  • RUSSIAN PART II
  • RUSSIAN PART III
  • SCHOOL OF RUSSIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
    • RUSSIAN PART I (Bons)
    • RUSSIAN PARТ II (Ions)

The three additional courses must be approved by the head of the Russian language and literature department. There will be no official exam in the honors section of the Russian language at the end of the year.

163. RUSSIAN PART III LANGUAGE

One course of lectures as for the ordinary degree, together with two additional lectures and additional teaching aids, throughout the year. i). A course of lectures as for the ordinary degree, together with two additional lectures and additional teaching assistance throughout the year. i).

DEPARTMENT OF SEMITIC STUDIES

  • HEBREW PART IA
  • HEBREW PART I
  • HEBREW PART II
  • HEBREW PART III
  • papers. Class work during the year may be taken into account
    • ARABIC PART II
    • ARABIC PART III
    • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART I A course of three lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year
    • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART II A course of two lectures and two tutorials per week throughout the year
    • BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUIТ IES PART III A course of two lectures and two tutorials per week throughout the year
    • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART I A course of two lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year
    • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART II
    • MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE PART III A course of two lectures per week with two tutorials throughout the year

For history and comments, students are referred to the relevant material in the bibliography for biblical literature and antiquities part I course. A course with two lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the year. a) The study will cover aspects of the rise of literary civilizations in the Middle East.

HONOURS .DEGREE J. SCHOOL OF SEMITIC STUDIES

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