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Greek, French, German, and English books they intend to offer themselves for examination, whether or not they wish to be examined in Chemistry, and in what subjects they claim exemption from examination.

(5.) This examination will be held in the College on October 5th-11th, 1887. For the convenience of candidates unable to appear on these days, an opportunity will be granted of appearing for examination on Nov. 4th-8th. But no student will be allowed to enter as an undergraduate at a later date without the special permission of the Faculty.

§ VII.-COURSES OF STUDY FOR DEGREES OF B. A. AND B. L.—The following is a list of the classes which undergraduates are required to attend in the four years of the B. A. and B. L. courses. The details of the subjects studied in these classes, will be found under Courses of Instruction, (SS I and xxi).

First Year.

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1. For B. A.-Latin. For B. L.-German.

2. For B. A.-Greek, or French, or German. For B. L.French.

3. Mathematics.
4. Inorganic Chemistry.
5. English.

Undergraduates taking French or German, enter the classes for which the Prefessor considers them fitted.

Second Year.

1. For B. A.-Latin. For B. L.-German,

2. For B. A.-The language chosen as subject 2 in the 1st year. For B. L.-French.

3. Mathematics.
1. English Literature.
5. Logic and Psychology.

Third Year.

1. For B. A.-Latin or Greek. The language selected must have been taken during the first two years. For B. L.German or French.

2. Physics.
3. History

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4-5. Any two of the following* : Greek.

f. Political Economy. b. Hebrew.

g. Metaphysics. French.

h. Dynamics. d. German.

i. Organic Chemistry. Constitutional History j. Practical Chemistry.

(Law Faculty). k. Botany.

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Undergraduates are required, on or before the 13th of October, to submit to the President for approval the names of the two subjects, 4-5, which they may wish to select.

Undergraduates selecting French or German for the first time, enter the classes for which the Professor considers them fitted. Those selecting Greek for the first time enter the First Year Class.

A certificate of attendance on a class of New Testament Greek in any recognized College will exempt from subject 1 or from one of the two subjects 4-5, an undergraduate who has taken Greek in the first two years.

The University provides no instruction in Hebrew, but a certifi. cate of attendance on a Hebrew class in any recognized College will exempt an undergraduate from one of the two subjects 4-5.

Fourth Year.

1. For B. A.—Latin or Greek. The language chosen must have been taken during the first three years. For B. L. -The language chosen as subject 1 in the 3rd year, unless the 2nd class in that language have been entered in the 1st year,

in which case one of the electives a-o may be taken instead.

2. Ethics.
3-5. Any three of the following* :
Greek.

¿. Constitutional Law.
b. Hebrew.

j. International and CrimiFrench.

nal Law. . German.

k. Physics.
History

1. Dynamics.
f. Political Economy. m Organic Chemistry.
g. Metaphysics.

n. Practical Chemistry.
h. Christian Evidences. Botany.

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Undergraduates are required, on or before the 13th October, to submit to the President for approval the names of the three subjects (3-5) which they may wish to select.

Undergraduates taking the First Year Greek class in the Third Year must take the Second Year class in the Fourth. Those taking the First French or First German class in the Third Year must take

* So far as the provisions of the Time Table permit.

the Second class of the same subject in the Fourth. Neither the First Year Greek class nor the First German or French class can be taken in the Fourth Year without special permission.

Subjects in which but one class is provided (see & I) can be taken but once as part of the course.

A certificate of attendance on a New Testament Greek class in any recognized College, will exempt from subject 1, or from one of the three subjects 3-5, an undergraduate who has taken Greek during the first three years.

Certificates of attendance on classes in Hebrew and Christian Evi. dences in any recognized College will exempt each from one of the three subjects 3-5. If the Hebrew class be one of 5 hours a week, attendance on it will exempt from two of the said subjects.

S VII.—COURSE OF STUDY FOR DEGREE OF B. Sc. The following is a list of the classes which undergraduates must attend during the four years of the B. Sc. Course. Thə details of the subjects studied in these classes will be found under Courses of Instauction (S 1).

First Year
1. French or German.
2. Botany.
3. Mathematics.
4. Inorganic Chemistry.
5. English.

Practical work in Botary will be prescribed for the summer following the First Year.

Second Year.

1. The language chosen as subject 1 in the First Year.
2. Practical Chemistry.
3. Mathematics.
4. English Literature.
5. Logic and Psychology.

Third Year. 1. The modern language not chosen as subject 1 in the first two years.

2. Physics
3. Dynamics

4. Either Advanced Mathematics or Organic and Practical Chemistry. 5. One of the following: French.

e. Metaphysics. . German

f. Organic Chemistry. History.

9. Practical Chemistry. d. Political Economy. h. Ethics.

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Fourth Year.

1. The language taken as subject 1 in the Third Year.
2. Physics.

3-4. Either Advanced Mathematics and Advanced Mathematical Physics or Practical Chemistry and Practical Physics. 5. One of the following :French.

e. Organic Chemistry. b. German.

f. Practical Chemistry. History.

g. Metaphysics. d. Political Economy. h. Ethics,

Undergraduates selecting French or German in the First or Third Years enter the classes for which the professor considers them qualified.

No class can be taken twice during the Course.

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SIX.-ATTENDANCE.-(1.) Undergraduates are required to attend with regularity the classes of their respective years. Professors shall mark the presence or absence of students immediately before commencing the work of the class, and shall note as absent those who enter thereafter, unless satisfactory reasons be assigned.—The amount of absence as recorded in the class registers, which shall disqualify for the keeping of a Session, shall be determined by the Faculty.

(2.) Attendance on Tutorial Classes is, for the more advanced undergraduates, voluntary ; but the Professors in connection with whose classes they are held, have the right of requiring the attendance of undergraduates whom they may consider to need the Tutor's help.

(3.) Undergraduates of the First Year, who may have previously attended one or more of the classes of that

year

and passed satisfactory examinations in the subjects of them, shall be exempted from attending those classes a second time.

$X.-DEGREE EXAMINATIONS.—(1.) The examinations which candidates for Degrees are required to pass after matriculation, consist of (a) the Entrance Examinations, and (b) the Sessional Examinations.

(2.) The Entrance Examinations + are held at the beginning of the Session in the Second, the Third, and the Fourth Years of the Course. The subjects of these Examinations in 1887-8 shall be as follows :

+ In the event of the lengthening of the Session (See & II.) these examinations will be abolished.

Second Year.

1. CLASSICAL HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY.-History of Rome to B. C. 31.-Geography of Italia, Sicilia, Gallia, Hispania.

Books Prescribed : Liddell's Students' History of Rome ; Tozer's Primer of Classical Geography ; Ginn & Heath's, or Schmitz's Classical Atlas.

Candidates for B. Sc. are exempted from examination in this subject; candidates for B. L. from the geographical portion thereof.

2. ENGLISH LITERATURE. —Macaulay's Essays on Lord Nugent's Memorials of Hampden, Boswell's Life of Johnson, Warren Hastings ; and Lay of Horatius.

Third Year.

1. ClassICAL HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY.-History of Greece to the death of Alexander.—Geography of Græcia, Asia, Africa.

Books Prescribed : Smith's Students' History of Greece ; Tozer's Primer of Classical Geography ; Ginn & Heath's, or Schmitz's Classical Atlas.

Candidates for B. Sc. are exempted from examination in this subject; candidates for B. L. from the geographical portion thereof.

2. ENGLISH LITERATURE.—Byron's Childe Harold (Clarendon Press edition).

Candidates for Exhibitions and Bursaries who do not select the the department of English and History, may defer the third year entrance examination to the 4th of January.

Fourth Year.

HISTORY.-Hallam's Middle Ages, Chaps. 2, 3, and 4; Robertson's Charles V., Introductory Sections 1, 2, and 3.

Candidates for B. Sc. are exempted from this examination.

(3.) The Sessional Examinations are held at the end of the Session * in each of the four years of the Courses in the subjects of the classes of that year, as specified in SS vir and viii. Candidates who wish merely to pass are examined in the ordinary work of the various classes only; candidates who wish to pass with distinction are in some classes examined in additional work also.—The distinctions awarded are of two grades— First and Second Class.-All students are admitted to these examinations, and certificates are issued showing the standing they attain.

(4.) Undergraduates of the First Year, who are exempted by $ 1x (3), from attendance on one or more classes of that year, shall be exempted also from passing the Sessional Examinations in the subjects of them.

* In the subject of Psychology the examination is held at about the middle of the Session.

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