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months as Dresser in the Surgical Wards, and not less
logical Out-Patients' Department.
least one Term during the Fourth and Fifth Years of the
fied Medical Practitioner.
Applied Logic, and of having passed a satisfactory Class
Examination in the subjects thereof.
9.-For the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Master of 26-4-97
Inorganic Chemistry, Physics and Biology.
Organic Chemistry and an Intermediate Examination in
Anatomy and Physiology.
entire subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Materia Medica
required to present certificates of having dissected during
of every part of the body at least once.
Pathology and Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy.
cine, Clinical Medicine, Surgery, Clinical Surgery, Mid-
Provided that the examination in Ophthalmic Medicine and
course in those subjects in his Fourth or Fifth Year of study. 6-9-92 10.- Before admission to the Final Examination each
candidate shall furnish a declaration of having completed his
character, signed by two competent persons.
give proof of their knowledge by written answers to the
examination in all subjects whatsoever.
the satisfaction of the examiners shall be recommended to the
to the Degree of Master of Surgery if they so elect. 11-9-93
13.-Honours at graduation shall depend upon the proficiency shown in the examinations, in accordance with regulations adopted by the Senate from time to time, and the candidate who shall have been most distinguished shall receive a bronze medal,
provided that he shall have obtained first-class Honours.
instruction from other Universities and Schools of Medicine
signed by two competent persons. 19-3-89
15.-Bachelors of Medicine and Masters of Surgery of this University shall not possess any right to assume the title of Doctor of Medicine.
16.—The Degree of Doctor of Medicine shall not be con- 19-3-89 ferred until after the expiration of two Academic years from the granting of the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine.
17.—Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine must 19-3-89 produce evidence that, after having obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine, they have spent at least two years in Medical or Surgical practice, or that they have been engaged for a like period and in a manner approved by the Faculty in the scientific study of any subject included in the Medical curriculum of the University of Sydney.
18.-Candidates shall be required to pass an examination 9-10-94 conducted by means of set papers and by viva voce interrogations in one division of one of the two following groups, viz. :(i.) Medicine, Surgery, Midwifery, and Gynæcology.
The examination in each case shall include examination
parations, normal or morbid.
of the University. They shall further be required to present, and if called upon to defend, a thesis on some subject included in the Medical curriculum of the University. Five printed copies of the thesis on paper five and a half inches wide and eight and three quarters of an inch deep must be transmitted to the Registrar at least two months before the date fixed for the examination.
19.–The candidate who shall at this examination most 11-9-93 distinguish himself shall, if of sufficient merit, receive a bronze medal.
20.- The Degree of Master of Surgery shall not be conferred 19-3-89 on any person who has not already been admitted a Bachelor of Medicine.
21.—The fees for the Degrees of Doctor of Medicine, 19-3-89 Bachelor of Medicine, and Master of Surgery, shall be ten pounds respectively. The fees shall be paid to the Registrar before the examination, and shall not in any case be returned to the candidate.
22.-Candidates who fail to pass the Examination for any 19-3-89 Degree shall be allowed to present themselves for a second
examination for the same Degree without fee, but for every further examination that may be required they shall pay the
sum of five pounds. 6-9-92 23.-Undergraduates in Medicine who have passed the
subjects of the Second and Third Medical Examinations, and
CHAPTER XVIII.-FACULTY OF SCIENCE.
Lecturers in the subjects required for the Degrees in Science. 8-10-89 2.–The Dean shall exercise a general superintendence over
the administrative business connected with the Faculty, and it shall be the duty of the Registrar to summon meetings of the Faculty at such times as may be required by the Dean, provided that upon the written requisition of any three members of the Faculty, the Dean, or, in his absence, the Registrar shall convene a special meeting. No question shall be decided at any meeting of the Faculty unless there be present at least five members. The Dean shall act as Chairman at all meetings of the Faculty, but in his absence the members then present shall elect a Chairman from amongst themselves.
The Chairman at any such meeting shall have a vote, and in case of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote. It shall be the duty of the Registrar to attend all meetings and to record the proceedings.
3.—The Faculty shall meet for the purpose of considering and reporting to the Senate upon such subjects as have relation to the studies, lectures, examinations and degrees in Science, and such questions as may be referred to it by the Senate.
4.-There shall be four Degrees in Science, viz., Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Bachelor of Engi
neering (B.E.), and Master of Engineering (M.E.) 26-1-97 5.—Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall,
before admission to the Curriculum of Science, produce evidence of having graduated in Arts ; or of having attended the lectures of the First Year of the Arts course, and passed the First Year
Examination in Arts; or of having passed the Senior Public Examination in the following subjects, viz., Latin, one of the three languages, Greek, French, or German, and three of the following subjects, viz., Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Elementary Surveying and Astronomy, Mechanics, Applied Mechanics; or of having passed an examination equivalent to the Senior Public Examination in the following subjects, viz., Latin, one of three languages-Greek, French, or
, German, and in three of the four subjects—Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry; and shall, during the First Year, attend the courses of instruction upon, and pass the examinations in, the following subjects, viz. :
I. Biology and Practical Biology.
6.—Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Science shall, 8-10-89 in the Second Year, attend the courses of instruction upon, and pass the examinations in, three of the following subjects, viz:
I. Botany and Zoology.
V. Physics (with two terms laboratory practice).
7.-Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall, 12-4-98 in the Third Year, attend the courses of instruction upon, and pass the examinations in, two of the following subjects :I. Biology.
II. Chemistry. III. Geology.