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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-156

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156 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Section VI Course of Education recommended tothe Medical StudentsbythePro 'essors of King's College The Medical Professors of King's College sensible of the difficulties which beset the Student at the commencement of his career propose the following Course for his guidance in the prosecution of his studies The Professors strongly recommend that four years should be spent in attending the Course of Instruction at the College and Hospital Although period of three years is sufficient to complete the attendance on the Courses prescribed by the College of Surgeons and the Society of Apothecaries yet the Student will certainly derive great advantage from extendin the term to four years The following is the order in which Students intending to pursue their Medical studies during four years are advised to attend the several Courses of Lectures given in the College The Courses additional to those required by the several examining bodies are distinguished by italics Descriptive Anatomy מr11 and Dissections First Winter General Anatomy and Ses um Physiology Chemistry Botany and Vegetable Physiology Materia Medica Practical Chemistry The regulations of the College of Surgeons require that Candidates should have been engaged four years in the acquirement of professional knowledge The London University requires that Candidates for the Degree of shall have been engaged the same length of time in the study of their profession
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