The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
The degree of Master of Arts will be open to all who have received from this University the degree of Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Philosophy.
Similarly, the degree of Master of Science will be open to all who have received from this University the degree of Civil Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemist, Engineer of Mines, or Architect.
In no case will the degree of Master be conferred within three years of the date of the lower degree, nor shall it be recommended except upon satisfactory evidence of a proper amount of study and attainment in advance of undergraduate work.
The degree of Doctor of Philosophy will be open to all who have received the degree of Master from this University. It shall not be given within five years of graduation, and only upon conclusive evidence of very superior scholarship.
The Faculty of the Undergraduate department will act upon applications for advanced degrees, and will page 58 adopt such rules as to the examination of candidates as may from time to time he necessary.
Graduates purposing to apply for advanced degrees, should report to the Faculty for approval the course of study decided upon.
The diploma fee is five dollars, payable in advance.