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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-71

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70 FACULTY OF ARTS The Honours Degree may be taken in any one of the following branches but except in the cases of Classics History Mathe- matics and Philosophy the candidate will be required to take sub- sidiary subject also The Course for the Honours Degree in Mathematics is planned on three-year basis but during the war arrangements are made to enable students to complete the course in two years candidate for admission to an Honours course will be required to show evidence of ability to profit by the course Classics German Latin Spanish Greek Portuguese Mathematics Pure and Applied Philosophy English History French Geography Candidates who have taken the General Examination may present themselves for Honours in any one branch after having attended further approved course of study extending over not less than one year Candidates who have taken the Honours Exam- ination may take second branch after further approved course of study extending over at least one year Approved Third-Year Courses Students who pass their final degree examination after two years of internal registration are awarded the Degree only after third year spent on course approved by the University Before sitting for their final examination such students should inform the College Registration Clerk of the course they propose to take Suitable courses for student in the Faculty of Arts include- R3search work usually with view to obtaining Higher Degree An Honours course not already taken For the period of the war this third year will be excused if the student can produce satisfactory evidence of being engaged in national service or is recommended by the College for exemption otherwise the University does not recognise as an approved third-year course any course for the Teacher's Diploma II-FOR HIGHER DEGREES In addition to Internal Graduates of the University of London External Graduates and Graduates of other Universities are admitted to courses leading to the Degrees of and Ph The degree of Lit is awarded not on thesis but on tho merits of original pub- lished work not done under direction and no course is prescribed For all details concerning the various Higher Degrees the University Regulations should be consulted An optional examination in Advanced Subjects may be taken either at the same time as the Degree Examination or in subsequent year Successful candidates will be oertiflod as having satisfied tbe Examiners or as having obtained Distinction in the Advanced Subjects
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