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148 Faculties and Courses of Study INTERCALATED SC COURSES These have already been mentioned Students who develop particular interest in Biochemistry Pharmacology or Physiology during the second and second courses can apply to take an additional course leading to the Sc degree in the University of London This course lasts three terms six terms for dental students and is closely integrated with those run in the School of Biological Sciences so that students are afforded wide range of courses from which they can choose those of particular interest It is usual for students to proceed to their clinical training in dentistry or medicine after finishing this course but some places for postgraduate research and study are available at King's College Postgraduate Courses Internal and external graduates of the University of London and gradu- ates of other universities are admitted to courses leading to the degrees of Phil or Ph in Anatomy Biochemistry Pharmacology or Physi- ology The degree of Sc is awarded not on thesis but on the merits of original published work not done under direction and no course is pre- scribed Facilities are offered in the various laboratories of the College to persons wishing to undertake research For details concerning the various higher degrees the University Regulations should be consulted Postgraduates wishing to undertake research in any of the four departments of the Medical Faculty should write to the Head of the Department concerned
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