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Students are also recommended to take a course in Agricultural Book-keeping.
Mr. Alex. R. Horne,
2 to 4 P.M. (Tuesday and 2 2
PRINCIPLES OF AGRI-
Mr. W. J. Profeit,
9 to 10 A. M., with practi- £ s. cal demonstrations
Two days a week at Craib- 1 1 stone. (Hours to be ar
£ 8. 1 1
AGRICULTURAL ENGIN. Mr. Alex. R. Horne, Hours to be arranged
EERING (Farm Build- B.Sc., Lecturer
(B) DIPLOMA COURSE.
£ s. PREPARATORY BOTANY Professor Trail
9 to 10 a.m. (before Christmas)
3 3 AGRICULTURAL BOTANY Professor Trail (after Christmas)
9 to 10 A.M. PREPARATORY AGRICUL- | Professor Hendrick 10 to 12 A.M.
4 4 TURAL CHEMISTRY
3 to 4 P.M. (Tuesday and 1 1
Thursday) PREPARATORY ZOOLOGY Dr. John Rennie - 2 to 3.30 P.M. (Monday, (before Christmas)
Wed., and Friday) AGRICULTURAL ZOOLOGY | Professor Thomson 2 to 3. 30 P.M. (Monday, 3 3 (after Christmas)
Wednesday, and Fri.
£ s. AGRICULTURAL ECONO- Mr. R. B. Forrester, 9 to 10 A.M.
2 2 MICS
Wednesday, and Friday)
day, Wed., and Fri.)
£ s. PHYSICS
12 to 1 P.M. See under • Medicine".
3 3 Physics (Practical)
Hours to be arranged
SECOND YEAR-WINTER AND SPRING TERMS.
£ s. PRINCIPLES AGRI. Mr. W. J. Profeit, 9 to 10 A.M. (Mon., Tu., \ 4 4
CULTURE (Second M.A., B.Sc., Agr., Thur., and Fri., with
tions AGRICULTURAL LAW
9 to 10 A.M. (Wednesday) 1 1 VETERINARY HYGIENE - Mr. William Brown, 10 to 11 A.M., with prac. 3 3
tical demonstrations in
the afternoon AGRICULTURAL CHEM- Professor Hendrick 11 A.M. to 1 P.M.
4 4 ISTRY AGRICULTURAL ENGIN. Mr. Alex. R. Horne, 2 to 4 P.M. (Tuesday and 22
EERING (Mechanics B.Sc., Lecturer Thursday)
and Machinery) AGRICULTURAL BACTERI- Mr. Wm. Brown, Lec
1 1! OLOGY
£ s. PRINCIPLES OF AGRI- Mr. W. J. Profeit, 9 to 10 A.M., with practi
CULTURE (Second M.A., B.Sc., Agr., cal demonstrations
Two days a week at Craib. 1 1
stone. Hours to be ar
ranged AGRICULTURAL CHEM- Professor Hendrick 10 to 11 A.M. (Mon., Wed. ISTRY
& Fri.), with excursions
& field demonstrations AGRICULTURAL ENGIN- Mr. Alex. R. Horne, Hours to be arranged
1 1 EERING (Farm Build. B.Sc., Lecturer
ings) ENGINEERING FIELD Mr. Alex. R. Horne, Hours to be arranged 1 1 WORK
B.Sc., Lecturer N.B.-For particulars as to the Fees for the Diploma Course in Agriculture, see page 337.
FORESTRY (Ordinary) Mr. Peter Leslie, M.A., 10 to 11 A.M. (October
B.Sc.; B.Sc., Agr., to December)
B.Sc.; B.Sc., Agr.,
Lecturer (Advanced) Mr. Peter Leslie, M.A., Hours to be arranged (Winter and 2nd
B.Sc. ; B.Sc., Agr., Summer)
Lecturer FOREST BOTANY
Mr. Alexander S. Watt, Hours to be arranged (Winter and Summer) M.A., B.Sc., Agr.,
M.A., B.Sc., Agr.,
Mr. Alex. S. Watt, Hours to be arranged
B.Sc. ; B.Sc., Agr.,
DEGREES IN SCIENCE.
The University of Aberdeen grants the Degrees of Bachelor of Science and of Doctor of Science in Pure Science, and the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture under Regulations contained in the Ordinances printed below. A Diploma in Agriculture has also been instituted.
REGULATIONS FOR DEGREES IN SCIENCE.
(ORDINANCE (1889) No. 12, DATED 3RD FEB., 1892.) I. Two degrees in Science may be conferred by each of the Universities of Scotland, viz., Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Doctor of Science (D.Sc.).
These degrees may be given in Pure Science, and in Applied Science.
DEGREE IN PURE SCIENCE.
*II. Every candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Science must pass the Preliminary Examination prescribed by Ordinance, General, No. 6 (Regulations for Degrees in Arts); and the con. ditions with respect thereto imposed by the said Ordinance shall be applicable in all respects to this Ordinance except as follows: (1) French or German may be substituted for Latin or Greek ; (2) + Mathematics shall be passed on the higher standard ; (3) a degree in Arts (not being a degree honoris causâ tantum) in any of the Universities of the United Kingdom, or in any Colonial or Foreign University, specially recognised for the purpose by the University Court after consultation with the Senatus, shall exempt from the Preliminary Examination.
Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Science, under the provisions of Ordinance No. 12, or for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, may, at the Preliminary Examination, offer themselves for examination in Mathematics on the intermediate instead of
* For Regulations of the Preliminary Examination, dates of examinations, etc., see under Faculty of Arts.
7 Amended by Ordinance No. 44. (General, No. 16), Section V. (5), and by ordinance No. 155.
# Ordinance No. 155.