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(a) have obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science ia
Agriculture of the University of Sydney;

(δ) have, not less than one year after obtaining the degree,
and not less than one year before submitting a thesis,
passed a qualifying examination prescribed by the
Faculty;

(c) give evidence of having a reading knowledge of French,
and German;

(á) submit a thesis embodying the result of original work.

(2) A graduate in Agriculture or Agricultural Science
of any University approved by the Senate may be admitted by
the Faculty as a candidate for the degree of Master of Science
in Agriculture.

^ 148 EY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

An applicant foi admission, as a candidate for this degree
shall—

(a) apply in -writing to the Eegistrar and supply satisfac-
tory evidence that he has obtained a degree in
Agriculture or Agricultural Science in such Univer-
sity;

(6) on approval of his application pay to. the Eegistrar· a
fee of three pounds for the entry of the applicant's
name in the University books and) in addition, fees
as a research student' and the-prescribed fee for tb.6
degree of Master of Science-in Agriculture.

A candidate so admitted, shall, before admission to the
degree—

  1. have completed two years of advanced study and re-
    search in the University: of Sydney;

  2. unless the Faculty is satisfied that he has already
    attained the îtandard required, have, not less than
    one year after obtaining his degree in Agriculture or
    Agricultural Science, and not less than one year before
    submitting a thesis, passed a qualifying examination
    prescribed by the Faculty, and

  3. submit a thesis embodying the result of original work.




  1. The examination for the. degree of Master of Science in
    Agriculture shall take place once a year. There shall be two
    examiners for the degree, one of whom may be an external
    examiner.

  2. In addition to the thesis, the Examiners may prescribe
    an. examination which may be conducted- orally or by papers
    on the branch or. branches of ' science- most closely related to
    the work of the thesis.

16'. In the case o£ candidates under sub-section 1 of By-law 13
of this Chapter the work on the subject of. the thesis shall be
carried out in the University' of Sydney; or in such other place
as. may be approved by the Faculty..

17. Candidates whcintend- to proceed to the degree of Master
of: Science in Agriculture shall- in all' cases- consult with the
Dean of the Faculty and present a statement indicating the

^ CHAPTER XVIII.—FACULTY OF ECONOMICS. 14.9

nature of the work and. the place of- research, for- approval of
the Eaculty at least one academic year before submission, of the
thesis.

  1. Two copies of the.thesis shall be.submitted to. the.Regis-
    trar before· the 1st day of March..

  2. The fee for the degree of Master, of. Science, in Agricul-
    ture shallbe five pounds. This fee shall'be paid to the Registrar
    before the examination and shall not in any case be returned
    to the candidate. Eor any re-examinationi the fee shall: be
    three pounds.

DOCTOR OF' SCIENCE· IN AGRICULTURE· (d.SC.ACR.).

20..THe degree of Doctor. of Science in Agriculture shall not
be-conferred ,except as. prescribed in Chapter XIXis, but every
candidate for the degree must also comply with the require-
ments of this. Chapter..

  1. Except as provided in. By-law 22 of this Chapter, every
    candidate for the degree of Doctor of. Science' in Agriculture
    must have held the degree of Bachelor- of: Science in- Agricul-
    ture of this University for-at least five years'in the case of the
    Pass degree and for at least1 four years in the case· of the
    Honours degree.

  2. Graduates, of other Universities, may at the. discretion
    of the' Senate be · admitted', to examination for. the degree of
    Doctor of Science, in Agriculture, provided, that: they have
    obtained at least five years previously the degree.of Bachelor
    of Science in Agriculture with Honours, or. an. equivalent first
    degree in any other University approved by the Senate and
    provided that, after obtaining such degree, they have pursued
    a course of advanced study and'research in the University of
    Sydney; for a period, of not less than two years.

Every· candidate for admission under this ; By-law must make
an application; in writing; to. the Registrar and.supply satisfac-
tory evidence of his qualification and that he is a person of good
fame and character. Upon the approval of his application he
shall pay to. the Registrar a. fee of three pounds for the entry
of his name in the University books, and' in- addition fees as a
research student and the prescribed fée for the.degree.-

^ 150 BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

Chapter XVIII.—FACULTY OF ECONOMICS.

  1. The Professors of Economics, Law, History, Public
    Administration, Psychology, Philosophy, and Moral and
    Political Philosophy, the Associate Professor of Geography,
    the Reader in Statistics and the Lecturers in the subjects
    primarily prescribed for degrees in Economics, shall constitute
    the Faculty of Economics.

  2. There shall be two degrees granted in the Eaculty of
    Economics, viz., Bachelor of Economics (B.Ec.) and Master of
    Economics (M.Ec.).

  3. Except as provided by by-law, Chapter XX, Sections 2 and
    3, candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall be
    required at the commencement of their course to pass the
    Matriculation Examination in accordance with the provisions
    of Chapter XX, Sections 5 and 6, or produce evidence of having
    graduated after passing the general Matriculation Examination.

  4. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall
    be required to attend the courses of lectures covering a period
    of at least four years, and to pass the examinations prescribed in
    the following by-laws in accordance with the conditions therein
    laid down.

  5. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall,
    during the First Year, attend the courses of instruction, and
    shall pass the examinations in the following subjects:—

I. Economics I.

II. Psychology I or Philosophy I.
III. Business Principles and Practice (half course).
IV. Economic Geography, (half course).

6. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall,
during the Second Year, attend the courses of instruction, and
shall pass the examinations in the following subjects :—

I. Economics II.
II. Political Theory (half course).
III. Commerical and Industrial Law, Part I (half course).
IV. Economic History.

^ CHAPTER XVIII.—FACULTY OF ECONOMICS. 151

7. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall,
during the Third and Fourth Years, attend the courses of in-
struction, and shall pass the examinations in the subjects of
either Group A or Group B, provided that candidates who choose
Group A for the Third Year shall take Group A for the Fourth
Year, and that candidates who choose Group B for the Third
Year shall take Group B for the Fourth Year.

Group A for the Third Year shall be—
(i) Economics III.
(ii) Public Administration I.
(ii). Statistics (half course),
(iv) Accountancy IA (half course).

Group A for the Fourth Year shall be—
(i) Economics IV.
(ii) History of Economic Thought,
(iii) (a) One full course taken from the list of qualifying
courses prescribed for the degree of Bachelor of
Arts, if not otherwise taken;

or
(δ) Public Administration II.
Group B for the Third Year shall be—
(i) Economics ΠΙ.
(ii) Statistics (half course).

(iii) Commercial and Industrial Law, Part II (half course).
(iv) Accountancy I (A and B).

G roup B for the Fourth Year shall be—
(i) Economics IV.
(ii) History of Economic Thought,
(iii) Accountancy II.

8. The fee for the degree of Bachelor of Economics shall be
three pounds. No candidate shall be admitted to the examination
unless he shall have previously paid this fee to the Eegistrar. If
a candidate fail to pass the examination, the fee shall not be
returned to him. For any re-examinátion for the same degree
he shall pay a fée of three pounds.

152

^ BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

XIECP.EE WTTH HONOURS.

9. Except in special cases where the Faculty may determine
by resolution that this regulation may . be relaxed, candidates
for the degree of Bachelor of Economics with Honours must
have followed the regular degree courses in" the prescribed order
and must not have taken more than four years to qualify for
the degree.

  1. Except in special cases where the Faculty may determine
    by resolution that this regulation may be relaxed, candidates to
    qualify for consideration for Honours at ^graduation must have
    obtained credit or distinction at the yearly examinations in the
    equivalent of six full courses, including three out of Economics
    I, Economics II, Economics III, Economics IV and History of
    Economic Thought.

  2. The candidate for Honours who shall have most distin-
    .guished himself throughout the course shall, if-he possess suffi-,
    cient merit, receive a bronze medal.

^ MASTER OF ECONOMICS.

12. There shall be a yearly examination for the degree of
Master of Economics during Lent Term.

Every candidate for this degree must have previously ob-
tained the degree of Bachelor of .Economics, and two years
must have elapsed since the time of examination for such
degree. He will also be required to furnish evidence of having
completed his twenty-first year.

13. The fee for the degree of .Master of Economics shall be
five pounds.

No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless he
shall have previously paid this fee-to the Begistrar. If a candi-
date fails to pass the examination, the fee shall not.be returned
to him.

For any re-examination for such degree he shall pay afee of
three pounds.

^ CHAPTER XVIII.—FACULTY OF ECOXOMICS. 153

14. Candidates for the degree of Master of Economics shall
be examined in (i) Economics, and (ii) a special economic
subject to be approved by the Professor of Economics.

The candidates will also be required to present, and, if called
upon, to defend' a thesis, not already presented by them as a
thesis for any degree, embodying the results of an original
investigation in some economic subject.

Candidates for Honours must have obtained the degree of
Bachelor of Economics with Honours, or must show evidence of
having- done equivalent work.

15. The candidate most distinguished at the examination for
the degree of Master of Economics, shall, if he possess sufficient
merit, receive a bronze medal.

15λ. A- graduate-in Economics or Commerce of any other
University may, with the approval of■ the Faculty of'Economics
and of the Professorial Board, be admitted to candidature for
the degree of Master of Economics. He shall then satisfy the
general requirements for the degree of Master-of Economics and,
in addition—

(i) pay a fee of £3 for· the entry of his name on the books
of the University, and such other fees as may be
prescribed ;

(ii) engage, for. not* less-than- two years, in such, work .within
the University, as.· the Dean of the Faculty of Economics
may prescribe.

^ DIPLOMA IN COAIMEBCE.

  1. A diploma in Commerce shall be granted'to students who
    comply with the conditions of'the following-by-laws·.

  2. Candidates for the diploma in'.Commerce shall attend the
    courses of instruction, and shall pass the examinations in the
    following, subjects, viz. :—

(a) In· the First Year—

  1. Accountancy I (A and B).

  2. Business Principles and Practice (half course).

  3. English (half course).

154

^ BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

(6) In the Second Tear—
(4) Accountancy II.
(δ) Political Theory (half course).

(6) Commercial and Industrial Law, Part I (half
course).

(c) In the Third Year—

  1. Economics I.

  2. Economic Geography (half course).

  3. Commercial and Industrial Law, Part II (half
    course).

18. The fee for the diploma in Commerce shall be three
pounds. No candidate shall be admitted to the examination
unless he shall have previously paid this fee to the Eegistrar.
For any re-examination for the same diploma, he shall pay a
fee of three pounds.

^ DIPLOMA IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.

  1. A diploma in Public Administration shall be granted to
    students who comply with the conditions of the following
    by-laws.

  2. Candidates for the Diploma in Public Administration
    shall attend the courses of instruction, and shall pass the
    examinations in the following subjects, viz. :—

(a) In the First Year—

  1. Economics I.

  2. Political Theory.

(3) (i) One full course taken from the list of

qualifying courses prescribed for the degree of
Bachelor of Arts,
or
(ii) One full course, or two of the half courses,
prescribed for the Diploma of Commerce.

(b) In the Second Year—

  1. Public Administration I.

  2. Economics II.

^ CHAPTER XVIII.—FACULTY OF ECONOMICS. 155.

(c) In the Third Tear—

(6) (i) Public Administration II.

(T) (i) One full course taken from the list of·
qualifying courses prescribed for the degree of
Bachelor of Arts,

or

(ii) One full course, or two of the half courses,
prescribed for the Diploma of Commerce:

Provided that if the optional course (3) (ii) is selected in the
First Year, course (7) (ii) shall not be taken.

21. The fee for the Diploma in Public Administration shall
be three pounds. jSTo candidate shall be admitted to the
examination unless he shall have previously paid this fee to
the Eegistrar. For any re-examination for the same diploma
he shall pay a fee of three pounds.

^ ATTENDANCE ΔΤ LECTURES AND ORDER OF STUDY FOR DEGREE AND
DIPLOMA.


  1. Students who desire to qualify for graduation by attend-
    ance upon evening lectures shall be required to attend the
    courses of instruction, and pass the examinations prescribed in
    this Chapter, for candidates for the degree of Bachelor of
    Economics.

  2. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Economics, for
    the Diploma in Commerce, or for vhe Diploma in Public Ad-
    ministration who fail to pass, or neglect to attend the Annual
    Examination in any subject, shall attend again the lectures
    on such subject, unless exempted by the Faculty from so
    doing. All such exemptions must be applied for, and, if
    allowed will, except in special circumstances, be for one subject
    only in any year.

  3. No candidate for the degree of Dachelor of Economics,
    for the Diploma in Commerce, or for the Diploma in Public
    Administration, may attend lectures or sit for examination

^ 156 BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

in a subject of a higher year until he has passed in all thfe
subjects of the previous .year, unless permitted by the Faculty.
Such permission must be applied for, and, if allowed, will,
except in special circumstances, ..be : for one subject only in
any year. In no circumstances "may :a candidate proceed to
examination in Economics II or Economics III before passing
in Economics I.

  1. A graduate in Arts or Science may be permitted to com-
    plete the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Economics,
    provided that he shall spend at least two years in the Faculty,
    and take not more than the equivalent of three full courses in
    each year.

  2. A holder of one diploma wishing to-proceed to the other
    diploma shall be required by the -Faculty to 'take - additional
    subjects and to present additional prescribed work in. lieu
    of those subjects which have been already counted towards the
    first diploma.

Chapter XIX.—FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE.

  1. The Professor of Architecture, the Dean of the Faculty of
    Engineering, the Professor of Civil Engineering, the Associate
    Professor of Architecture, and the Professors!and Lecturers*in
    the professional subjects ' prescribed for the degree in Archi-
    tecture shall constitute the Faculty of Architecture.

  2. A degree shall be granted in the Faculty of Architecture,
    viz., Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch.).

  3. Candidates for the ;degree of TBachelor of Architecture shall
    be required at the commencement of their'course to pass the
    MatriculationTSxamination prescribed in'Chnpter'XX, Sections'5
    and 6, or produce evidence .of having graduated .after .passing
    the general Matriculation Examination. They are recommended
    to take Mechanics.

  4. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall
    be required to attend courses of study covering a period of at
    least'fiVe^years, and to pass the examinations "prescribedHn the
    followingibytiavs in accordance .with the conditions therein laid
    down.

^ CHAPTER XIX.—FACULTY'OP ARCHITECTURE. 157

5. Candidates for the degree-of Bachelor of-Architecture shall,
during the First Year, attend :the courses of instruction, and
pass the examinations in the following subjects :—

. . j Elements of Architecture.

I Architectural Drawing.
(6) Elements of Construction.

  1. Descriptive Geometry,

  2. Drawing.

  3. A subject prescribed for the degree of J3.A. or B.Sc.
    as may be approved by the Faculty of Architecture.

6. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of .Architecture
ehall, during the Second Year, attend the courses of instruction
upon and pass the examinations in'the following subjects:—

(a) Design.
(6) Drawing.

(c) History of Architecture T.
(cf) Construction.

7. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall,
during the Third Year, attend the courses of instruction upon
and.pass the examinations in the following subjects:—

(a) Design.

(¾) .Drawing.

.( c)-History of .Architecture LT.

  1. Construction and Equipment.

  2. Surveying.
    (/) Hygiene.

8. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture shall,
during the Fourth Year.,attend the courses of instruction upon
and pass the examinations in the following subjects :—

(a) Design.
(6) Drawing.

  1. Professional Practice.

  2. Town Planning-oriHistoryrof.Sculpture and Painting.
    The courses,of instruction shall be.given'in Lent.and Trinity

Terms, and-the examinations shall be 'held,after the end of
Trinity Term.

158

^ BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

9. Before entering upon the Fifth Tear a candidate shall have
six months' practical experience in an approved office or work-
shop or on approved works, and shall produce a certificate from
the Dean of the Faculty that the candidate has satisfactorily
complied with this by-law.

10. Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Architecture
shall, during the Fifth Year, attend the courses of instruction
upon and pass the examinations in the following subjects;—

(a) Advanced Design.

(δ) Advanced Construction.

  1. Professional Practice.

  2. Town Planning or History of Sculpture and Painting.

The courses of instruction shall be given in Lent and Trinity
Terms, and the examinations shall be held in March following.

11. Before being admitted to the degree of Bachelor of
Architecture a candidate shall—

  1. have twelve months' practical experience in an approved
    office or workshop or on approved works, including the
    practical experience required before entering upon the
    Fifth Tear; and

  2. present either an original thesis on an approved subject
    or an original set of working drawings and specifica-
    tions for an approved design.




  1. The fee for the desrree of Bachelor of Architecture shall
    be ten pounds. No candidate shall be admitted to the examina-
    tion unless he shall have previously paid this fee to the Registrar.
    Tf a candidate fails to pass the examination the fee shall not be
    returned to him. For any re-examination for the same degree he
    shall pay a fee of five pounds.

  2. A candidate shall not be admitted to the degree of
    Bachelor of Architecture unless he shall produce a certificate
    from the Dean of the Faculty that he is of fifteen terms' stand-
    ing, that he has passed all the examinations, and has satis-
    factorily complied with all the other conditions required of him
    since his admission to the University.

CHAPTER XIXa.-DEGREE IN MORE THAN ONE FACULTY. I59

  1. The candidate who shall have most distinguished him-
    self at the Final Examination for the degree of Bachelor of
    Architecture shall, if he possess sufficient merit, receive a bronze
    medal.

  2. A candidate who on or before the year 1928 has attended
    the courses of instruction prescribed for the Fourth Tear under
    the by-laws then in force, and has passed the annual or deferred
    examinations for that year, shall not be required to attend the
    courses of instruction prescribed for Lent Term in the Fifth
    Year, or to pass the examinations relating to those courses.

IG. In the case of any candidate who might otherwise
be prejudiced by any change in the curriculum the Dean
of the Faculty may, with the approval of the Vice-Chancellor,
give such directions as to attending courses of instruction,
passing examinations, and practical experience, as the circum-
stances may require.

17. Unless with the express permission of the Faculty granted
for special reasons, no candidate for the degree of Bachelor
of Architecture shall be awarded Honours at graduation who
is of more than six years' standing in the Faculty.

Chapter XIXa.-DEGREES IN MORE THAN ONE FACULTY.

A graduate in one Faculty, who desires to obtain a degree in
a second Faculty, shall be required—

(a) To attend courses for at least two years in the second
Faculty, if the curriculum of that Faculty be arranged
in years, or at least six courses in the Faculty of Arts.

(£>) To select courses that he has not already taken for Liu
first degree.

  1. To select courses, one-half of which either shall be
    continuous with courses already taken for the first
    degree, or shall, in the second year's study, be con-
    tinuous with those taken in the first year.

  2. To obtain the approval of the second Faculty of the
    courses which he proposes to take.

Parairrnph (c) shall not apply to a graduate in one Faculty
proceeding to the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, or to the
degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery.

160

^ BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

Chaptee XIXb-BEGEEE OP DOCTOR IN ANY FACULTY
OTHER THAN THE FACULTY OF ARTS.

1. The degree of Doctor shall not be granted until at least eight
years have elapsed since the candidate's matriculation and
entrance into the Eaculty in which he desires to obtain the
degree,-and.until.at.least two years have elapsed from,the time
of his obtaining his first degree in· the Faculty.

  1. The degree of Doctor may begraDted'bythe Senate on the
    recommendation of the Faculty for an original contribution of
    distinguished merit adding to the knowledge or understanding
    off any subject with which; the Eaculty, is directly concerned, but
    shall not be granted for merely professional skill.

  2. The candidate shall present a thesis which has not been
    presented before for any degree, and may present other papera
    in support of his- candidature. The candidate may be examined
    in the subject of the thesis, or in any branch of knowledge with
    which, in the. opinion of the Faculty, the thesis is. connected.

  3. The thesis shall' be a record of original research under-
    taken by the candidate, and shall' show clearly and fully by
    appropriate references the extent to which the candidate is
    indebted for any portion to any other person, and be accompanied
    by a declaration signed by the candidate that the thesis 13
    composed by him.

  4. The thesis shall be accompanied by an undertaking signed
    by the candidate that the thesis, or such portion or epitome as
    the Vice-Chancellor and the Dean of the Faculty, in consulta-
    tion with the other examiners, may approve, will, within a period
    of eighteen months, be published or accepted for· publication in
    some recognised journal, or be published in his own name-
    privately by the candidate, unless on account of special circum-
    stances: exemption is granted by the Faculty.

6: The candidate shall not be recommended for the degree
unless the examiners report that the thesis fulfils the conditions
prescribed in Section 2 of this chapter, and that the thesis is of
sufficient merit,





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