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170 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING II-COURSES FOR HIGHER DEGREES Graduates of the University of London and graduates of other Universities are admitted to courses in the Faculty of Engineering lead- ing to the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy Students joining at the Intermediate stage who pass the Final examination for the degree of Sc Engineering after being regis- tered Internal students for two years may attend during the third year an approved course for the degree of Sc Engineering Facilities are provided for suitably qualified persons wishing to undertake original work for the degree of Doctor of Science For details concerning admission to and duration of courses and regulations for higher degrees the University Regulations should be consulted See also below at the end of Syllabuses of Courses Ill-COURSES FOR THE COLLEGE DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE IN ENGINEERING Regulations The College Diploma in Engineering is awarded without further examination to all students who succeed in obtaining Honours in the Internal Degree examinations at King's College The College Certificate in Engineering is awarded without further examination to all students who obtain Pass in the Internal Degree examination at King's College Students may however be permitted to attend the College for the purpose of obtaining the Diploma or Certificate only For such candidates the Regulations are as follows candidate for the Diploma or Certificate in Engineering must have pursued his studies as Regular Student in the Faculty of Engineering for not less than nine terms unless he has already obtained such external distinctions as may be deemed by the Board of the Faculty sufficient to exempt him from part of the College course In no case will the period of study required be less than six terms candidate must satisfy the Board of the Faculty as to his conduct attendance and progress in the courses for each subject of the First Year Second Year and Third Year Examinations Satisfactory attendance implies attendance at the class examinations Absence from any class amounting to more than 20 per cent of the total number of hours of attendance possible will disqualify student from entering for Degree and Diploma Examinations Any student may on application to the Dean obtain exemption from the lectures in either Chemistry or Geology but students who attend the lectures in both subjects and pass the Sessional Examinations therein will be credited with the result on their Diplomas
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