The Melbourne University Calendar

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Contents

The Stipends of Professors Officers and Servants
41
The Library
42
University Holidays XV The Seal of the University XVI The Calendar
43
Prescribing of Books and Details of Subjects
44
Discipline
45
Days for Conferring Degrees
46
Candidates for Degrees
47
Admission ad eundem
50
The University Extension Board
52
Trinity College
55
Ormond College
58
Queens College
60
Ballarat School of Mines XXVII Recognition of Lectures in Affiliated Colleges
62
DETAILS OF SUBJECTS continued
68
The Matriculation Examination Division 1Times Places and Conduct 2Subjects and Details 3Entry and Fees 4Passing and Matriculating
84
5Publication of Results 6Prizes and Exhibitions
85
REGULATIONS continued PAGE Division 4Courses and Attendance
95
The Annual Examinations
97
Division 3Entry and Fees
99
4Passing and Completing Years
103
5Publication of Results
104
6Certificates
105
7Certificated Teachers
106
The Degree of Bachelor of Arts
107
Inductive Logic
108
The Degree of Master of Arts
111
The Degree of Doctor of Letters
112
The Degree of Bachelor of Science
114
The Degree of Master of Science
119
The Degree of Bachelor of Laws
120
The Degree of Master of Laws
122
The Degree of Doctor of Laws
123
The Preliminary Examination for Students in Medicine
125
Bachelor of Surgery
126
7Certificates
128
The Degree of Doctor of Medicine
134
The Degree of Master of Surgery
136
The Degree of Bachelor of Civil Engineering
138
The Degree of Master of Civil Engineering
142
The Degree of Bachelor of Music
143
The Degree of Doctor of Music
147
The Diploma of Musical Associate
148
Graduates proceeding to other Degrees
150
Prizes Exhibitions and Scholarships
152
Ormond Exhibitions and Scholarship in Music
154
The Hastie Exhibitions and Scholarship
155
The Shakespeare Scholarship
156
The Wyselaskie Scholarships
158
Academic Dress
186
The Beaney Scholarships
189
Temporary Regulations
190
DETAILS OF SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION
191
Matriculation Examinations Text Books 189596
192
Matriculation Examinations Text Books 189697
193
RecommendationsClassics
194
Annual Examinations in Arts and Science 1896
197
Greek Part II 197 3 Greek Part II
198
Comparative Philology
199
History of the British Empire Part II
200
English Part II
201
Pure Mathematics Part I
202
Pure Mathematics Part II
203
Pure Mathematics Part III
204
Mixed Mathematics Part II
205
Mixed Mathematics Part III
206
Mental Philosophy Third Year Arts
208
Technical Chemistry
222
Master of Arts Examination 1897
229
DETAILS OF SUBJECTS continued PAGE Annual Examinations in Law 1896
232
Constitutional and Legal History
233
International Law
234
Law of Wrongs
236
Doctrines of Equity and the General Principles of Procedure
237
Mining Law
238
Final Honour Examinations in Law 1897
239
Doctor of Laws Examination 1897
241
Annual Examinations in Medicine and Surgery 1896
242
Physiology and Practical Physiology
243
Regional and Applied Anatomy
244
Therapeutics Dietetics and Hygiene
245
Obstetric Medicine and Diseases of Women and Children
246
DETAILS OF SUBJECTS continued PAGE 6 Interpretation of Specified Works
265
Fundamental Laws of Expression
266
Interpretation of Specified Works
267
Form and Analysis
268
Harmony Practical and Theoretic
269
MOLLISON SCHOLARSHIPS
275
227
282
Masters of Science
289
GRADUATES continued PAGE
292
ANNUAL REPORT 189495
310
Lectures
334
BALANCE SHEETS
347
UNIVERSITY EXTENSION BOARD
368
Division 1Terms and Time Tables 2Entry and Fees
2
3Roll Books
3

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Page 178 - Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, Governor of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope...
Page 338 - The status and privileges of a Senior Student shall be as follows : — (a) The Term in which he is matriculated shall be reckoned, for the purposes of any provisions respecting the standing of members of the University, as the fifth Term from his matriculation.
Page 340 - The Hebdomadal Council, after considering such application and after making such inquiry as it shall deem necessary, shall, if it think fit, propose to Convocation that the University so applying shall be admitted to the privileges of this section of the Statutes. A University admitted to the privileges conferred by this Section of the Statutes may at any time renounce such privileges : and this University may at any time by a vote of Convocation withdraw the same from any University.
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Page 26 - Pathology. 2. Each Professor shall hold office quam diu se bene gesserit but in case any Professor should be temporarily incapacitated by sickness or other cause from performing the duties of his office the Council may appoint a substitute who shall receive at the discretion of the Council a sum not exceeding one-half the salary of the Professor so incapacitated. 3. The Professors shall not sit in Parliament nor become members of any political association neither shall they in any case give private...
Page 25 - Fellows shall be decided by the Majority of the Members present ; and the Chairman at any such Meeting shall have a Vote, and in case of an equality of Votes a second or casting Vote.
Page 338 - University to be admitted to the privileges of this section of the Statutes. 2. The application shall be addressed to the Vice-Chancellor, who shall report the same to the Hebdomadal Council. 3. The Hebdomadal Council, after considering such application and after making such inquiry as it shall deem necessary, shall, if it think fit, propose to Convocation that the University so applying shall be admitted to the privileges of this section of the Statutes.
Page 60 - Students of any College affiliated to the University shall be allowed credit for attendance on such. of the courses of Lectures in that College as shall be recognised in the Statute of Affiliation and shall be permitted to proceed to any Degree in the University provided that every such Student shall have passed all the University Examinations and shall have complied in other respects with the Regulations of the University and the conditions of the Statute of Affiliation. 9. Persons who have...
Page 338 - Responsions. 4. The Examination of Candidates not seeking Honours in the First Public Examination. 5. The Examination of Candidates for Honours in Greek and Latin Literature in the First Public Examination. 6. The Preliminary Examination in the Honour School of Jurisprudence, provided that the Candidate satisfies the Examiners in a Greek book in that Examination.
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