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A student studying for a degree or diploma may enroll in any other course with the consent of the relevant faculty or board of studies. A candidate who interrupts a course without leave may be suspended from the course by the Faculty on the recommendation of the relevant Faculty or Board of Studies and the procedure prescribed in regulation 2.5 shall apply as appropriate.

OF BACHELOR OF ARTS

A person who has obtained the ordinary degree can, with the faculty's approval, be admitted as a candidate for the degree with distinction. The faculty must (notwithstanding § 16) prescribe what further work must be carried out by the candidate before he can be admitted to the final examination.

OF MASTER OF ARTS

For the purposes of Regulation 6.1, prizes, exhibitions and scholarships for course subjects shall be awarded on such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Faculty from time to time and published with particulars of the subjects. e) if the person has graduated from some other faculty, the faculty of philosophy, upon such preliminary examination as the faculty may prescribe, qualifies the person for the ability to continue the advanced study required for the degree of Master of Arts. For a candidate who has completed studies for a degree (full-time) or has graduated from another faculty, it is prescribed by the head(s) of the relevant school (or schools) in the light of the candidate's proposed further studies and may consist of selected articles from the final examination for the Bachelor of Arts degree with honors or from special articles of equivalent standard.

OF DOCTOR OF LETTERS

Except with the approval of the council, no candidate taking the course for the diploma in Social Studies may enroll for a subject or subjects in any other course. 4, A candidate who has obtained credit for any subject of the course for the Diploma in Criminology before the 31st day of December 1970, may complete the course on the conditions determined by the faculty.

OF BACHELOR OF EDUCATION

An applicant who received credit for any course in a degree course in criminology prior to December 31, 1970, may complete the course under conditions determined by the faculty. An applicant who, prior to December 31, 1976, has earned credit in any course for a first-year degree in education may complete the requirements for a degree in education under such conditions as the faculty may determine.

OF MASTER OF EDUCATION

3.(1) (a) Subject to paragraph (b) hereof, a candidate who has been admitted in terms of paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of section 1 must continue his studies for at least one academic year and complete the course by the end of the second academic year after his enrolment. Before entering the course for the diploma, candidates must—. a) pass a medical examination to the satisfaction of the board of studies in Physical Education; and.

OF MASTER OF LAWS

A candidate for the degree of Doctor of Laws is either—. b) a bachelor's degree in Law with honours; or (c) a bachelor's degree in Law; or. d) any other graduate who convinces the faculty of Law that he has received sufficient training for legal scholarship;. Each candidate must submit for examination original work1 the subject, scope and character of which has been approved by the faculty for the submission of this degree.

OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE

The subjects of the course for the full-time degree are as prescribed from time to time by the faculty on the recommendation of the faculty and published with the details of the subjects. Before starting studies or preliminary studies, the candidate must obtain the consent of the faculty.

OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (EDUCATION)

The faculty may admit a graduate of another faculty who has passed, as a candidate for the degree of Master in Agricultural Science. Notwithstanding any other provisions in these regulations, a person may, with the approval of the faculty, be a "non-attending" candidate for the degree of Master of Veterinary Medicine if:

OF BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY

Candidates who have passed all the prescribed exams and who have met all the stipulated conditions can be admitted to the bachelor's degree in Medicine and the bachelor's degree in Surgery. An applicant who has fulfilled the requirements of the regulations and passed the examiners may be admitted to the degree of Doctor of Medicine.

OF MASTER OF SURGERY

At least one of the examiners of the thesis or published work is an external examiner. Every candidate follows a course of study that is prescribed from time to time by the Board of Professors on the recommendation of the Faculty of Medicine and is published in the subject details.

IN LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY

The subjects of the several years of the course for the degree and the conditions on which such subjects may be taken shall be as prescribed from time to time by the Board of Professors on the recommendation of the Faculty and published with details of subjects. The subject of the thesis must be proposed by the candidate and approved by the Faculty of Dentistry.

OF MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF SURVEYING

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, any person enrolled, under regulations in effect on or before May 31, 1958, as a candidate for any of the following degrees, namely, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Mining Engineering, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering , Bachelor's degree in Metallurgical Engineering, Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering or Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Engineering can be admitted if he meets the requirements applicable on or before 31 May 1958. REGULATION 3.46—MASTER OF ENGINEERING AND MASTER OF SURVEYING DEGREE. The faculty can appoint persons to this committee who are not members of the Faculty of Engineering. iii).

OF BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE

The subjects of the course and the conditions under which such subjects can be developed will be determined by the Professorial Board with the recommendation of the faculty and will be published with the details of the subjects. Candidates may be admitted to the Bachelor of Architecture degree who have—. a) completed the work and passed, or received credits for each year of the course;.

OF MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, a candidate who under any regulation or regulation in force on December 1, 1970, has passed in any of the subjects of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture, may meet the requirements for that degree in such case. such terms as the faculty may determine. Any determination made by the faculty in accordance with the last preceding section may be modified or changed by the Professorial Board upon the application of said candidate.

OF DOCTOR OF ARCHITECTURE

A candidate who has fulfilled the requirements of this regulation and who has satisfied the examiners can be admitted to the degree of Master in Landscape Architecture.

OF MASTER OF TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

Candidates who have—. a) completed the work and passed or gained credit for each year of the course as a whole; b ) submitted certificates that are satisfactory to the faculty regarding the fulfillment of the requirements of section 5. Candidate for a diploma in building with honors:. a) complete the work and pass the four-year exams according to the standard prescribed by the faculty; and.

OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC

Holders of a degree in music or candidates for a degree in music may enroll in the course for the degree of bachelor of music with such status as the faculty may determine. Where a candidate has completed any part of the course for the degree of Bachelor of Music under regulation 3.56, the faculty may determine in what status the candidate will be admitted to the course for the degree of Bachelor of Music.

OF BACHELOR OF TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

A candidate who has passed or gained credit for each year of the course may be admitted to the degree. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding sections, the course of a candidate for the degree of Master of Applied Science in Dietetics will be under the control of the faculty of Natural Sciences.

OF MASTER OF VETERINARY STUDIES

The available courses of study, the duration of each course and the syllabus of each part of the examination are determined annually by the Board of Professors on the advice of the faculty and published with the details of the courses. The available courses of study, the duration of each course and the syllabus of each examination subject are determined annually by the Board of Professors on the recommendation of the faculty and are published with the details of the subjects.

OF URBAN PLANNING

A candidate who has fulfilled the requirements of the regulations and has obtained credit for or completed all the subjects in the subject to the faculty's satisfaction, can be admitted to the Master's degree in Urban Planning. The subjects of the examinations are those laid down in or pursuant to the rules for the several degrees and diplomas.

FOR EXAMINATIONS

Where two or more institutes share the responsibility for holding the lectures, the dean appoints which of the leaders will act. 34; dean" means the dean of the faculty to which the test subject belongs, and includes the chairman of a study board.

OF THESES FOR HIGHER DEGREES

A person who successfully completes any subject or subjects in the annual examination shall, upon payment of the prescribed fee, be entitled to a certificate in the form set forth in this schedule:. The Council may, by resolution, prescribe fees for the use of facilities or the provision of services that may be provided by the University.

AT HALF FEES

The Council may prescribe the charge to be made to a person for enrollment in a course organized by the Office of Continuing Education. The Council may determine the charge to be made to any body or person for the use by that body or person of such facilities or the provision to that body or person of such services as the University may provide.

STUDENTS

Except as otherwise provided in any statute or regulation, each scholarship or scholarship shall be paid annually upon the award of the scholarship or scholarship. Provided that the Council in making, amending or repealing the regulation shall have due regard to the purposes of the founder of the prize, exhibition, scholarship or scholarship (as the case may be).

SCHOLARSHIP

The Stawell Scholarship will be awarded annually by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering. The scholarship will be in the value of the annual net income of the endowment.

SCHOLARSHIPS IN SURGERY AND IN PATHOLOGY

The John Melvin Memorial Scholarship will be awarded annually by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering. The scholarship will be worth $90 and will be valid for one year.

M. HIGGINS RESEARCH FOUNDATION

If any scholar fails to continue his work satisfactorily, the Council may declare the scholarship vacant and thereafter no further payments will be made to the scholar in respect thereof. Where the scholar has carried out research, he must submit a report containing the results of his work to the Council.

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