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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-125

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Faculties and Courses of Study 131 King's College Theological Department is School of Divinity in the Faculty of Theology of the University of London and provides instruc- tion in all branches of theology to students who are intending to offer themselves as candidates for Holy Orders in the Church of England and to others The majority of students entering the Department are full-time but subject to the approval of the Dean persons who wish to receive part-time instruction for the degree may be admitted as occasional students to such lectures as they require for the purpose of their studies Undergraduate Courses ADMISSION OF STUDENTS Details of the procedure to be followed by students seeking admission to courses leading to the degree the Diploma of Associateship of King's College or the combined are given on page 62 Applicants are admitted by the Dean of the College or his representa- tive COURSES AND SUBJECTS OF STUDY Subjects studied in the Department lead to the or Honours degree the combined or the The courses are normally of three years duration except that Anglican ordinands are required to spend an additional year after completion of the degree or diploma course at the College of St Boniface Warminster Wilt- shire During the first-year degree candidates are required to pass the Preliminary examination in Divinity which consists of two papers in New Testament Greek and for honours students one additional paper in Old Testament Hebrew All students both degree and diploma take basic courses in the first year Subjects of study in the second and third years include Old Testa- ment New Testament Greek Testament Philosophy of Religion Christian Doctrine Biblical and Historical Theology Liturgical Theology Christian Ethics Church History and Comparative Study of Religions For honours degree students there is wide choice of optional and special subjects within the above fields of study
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