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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1982-1983-23

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26 Sketch of the Development of King's College secondary education by providing an annual refresher course for teachers Independent research work and investigation under the higher degree regulations expanded very rapidly in arts and science subjects In 1968 the department of Education formerly part of the Faculty of Arts became the Faculty of Education field centre for multi-discipline ecological studies was opened at Rogate in Sussex The consummation of plans for the further development of Music studies in the University was reached in 1964 with the formation of new King's College Faculty of Music During the 1970s wide range of two subject honours degrees was built up in the faculties of arts and sciences The Law school developed wider variety of courses for full-time students with particular emphasis on European Law and in co-operation with the University of Paris established course leading to degree in English and French Law In 1975 an inter-disciplinary course in Human Environ- mental Studies was established drawing on expertise in the faculties of Science Medicine Engineering and Laws Shortly afterwards another interdisciplinary venture Centre of Laws Medicine and Ethics was established to provide forum for discussion of modern day problems such as the limits of human life which transcend the frontiers of any one field of knowledge Reconstitution under Royal Charter 1980 In April 1980 by Royal Charter University of London King's College and King's College Theological Department were re-united as single constituent college of the University of London with single indepen- dent governing body to be known as the Council Thus ended for the greater part of the College some seventy years of formal incorporation as part of the legal entity of the University The Principal continues to be appointed by the Crown and the Charter makes provision for the appointment of Dean of King's College though the nature of that post has changed and his responsibilities are mainly to ensure that the religious purposes of the College are effectively maintained Apart from thorough reorganisation of the committee structure the work of the College continues unchanged
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