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Honor Course. Students may become Candidates for Honors in the following subjects, at each Term Examination in the Undergraduate Course : JUNIOR FRESHMEN, Mathematics; Classics. SENIOR FRESHMEN, Mathematics; Logics; Classics. JUNIOR SOPHISTERS, Mathematical Physics; Experimental Physics;
Logics and History; Classics.
up Experimental Physics instead of Classics, may also become Candidates for Honors in that subject during their third, or Junior Sophister year.
At the A. B. Degree Examination, Students may go out in Honors in five subjects, viz. :
Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.
History, Political Science, and English Literature. The regulations connected with the various classes of Honors and Prizes have been already given (vide page 25).
It is to be remarked, that at all Examinations for Honors, Candidates are liable to be examined in the ordinary subjects of Examination of the Course in which they present themselves for Honors, in addition to those specified below.
$ 1.-MATHEMATICAL HONOR COURSE.
Integral Calculus, sects. 164-170, 182–191, 207–228
The remainder of Hart's Mechanics.
namics, sects. i. ii. iii. v., sect. vii. articles 1-5.
All the additional Physics of the Junior Sophister year.
between two Variables.
$ II.-CLASSICAL Honor COURSE.
The principle on which the following schedule of the subjects for the Honor Examinations in Classics has been framed, is to test the proficiency of the Student by a twofold trial :
First. As to his minute and critical knowledge of certain defined portions of the Greek and Latin authors.
Secondly. As to his general and independent knowledge of the Greek and Latin languages and their literature, to be proved by his ability to write an accurate version of passages not included in the portions which he is required to study minutely, as well as to answer, in writing, such general questions connected with the languages and their literature as a well-instructed Student may, according to his standing, be expected to be conversant with.
With these objects in view, the manner of conducting the Classical Honor Examinations will be as follows:
1. Candidates for Honors will be required to know minutely the text-books of the ordinary Classical Course at each Examination.
2. Papers of questions will be proposed in Ancient History and Geography, Grammar, and General Literature, and also subjects for composition in Greek and Latin Prose and Verse.
3. The Candidates will be examined by papers in passages selected from the Greek and Latin text-books of the ordinary Examination, or those specified in the following list:
There shall be a general meeting of the Classical Examiners previous to each Examination, when the papers set by each Examiner shall be submitted to his colleagues for their approval.
Several passages from each author will be proposed for translation, so as to afford to the Candidates a certain power of selection.
During the first two years, Candidates for Honors will be regularly lectured and examined in definite portions of Ancient History.
$ III.-Honor COURSE IN LOGICS AND METAPHYSICS.
SENIOR FRESHMAN YEAR.
Separate Honors in Logics will be given in future at each Examination in the Senior Freshman year; and the following Course has been appointed, in addition to the ordinary subjects of Examination: HIILARY, Whately's Logic. TRINITY, . Whately as before.
Stewart's Elements of the Philosophy of the Human
Mind, to end of Chapter vii., on the Imagination.
Bacon de Augm. Scien., Book v.
Mansell's Prolegomena Logica.
Part 11. (“On the Progress of Metaphysics during
the Eighteenth Century.”) These Examinations will be conducted both vivâ voce and by papers.
IV.--HISTORY AND POLITICAL Economy.
JUNIOR SOPHISTER YEAR.
Separate Honors will be given in Logics, Metaphysics, History, and Political Economy, in the Junior Sophister year; and the following Course has been appointed, in addition to the Logics and Metaphysics of the second year :HILARY,
History of England, to the accession of Elizabeth.
Senior's Treatise on Political Economy.
JUNIOR SOPHISTER YEAR.
The Course for Honors in Experimental Physics, for those Junior Sophisters who have taken up that Course instead of Classics, is as follows (in addition to the Ordinary Course of Mathematical and Experimental Physics) :HILARY, . Pouillet's Elemens de Physique, Introduction, Book I.,
chaps. i. ii. iii. iv., Books II. VII. TRINITY, . Pouillet, as before, with Book 111., sects. ii. iii. MICHAELMAS,
Pouillet's Elemens de Physique, 2 vols. (omitting
EXAMINATION FOR MODERATORSHIPS.
SENIOR SOPHISTER YEAR.
The Honor Course in Ethics for Senior Sophisters is as follows:Hilary, Bishop Butler's Sermons (with Preface), except the Ser
mons on Public Occasions. Butler's Essay on Virtue. Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, Book 11. (in the ori
Smith's View of Ancient Moral Systems.
Remainder of Butler's Analogy.
Š VII.- EXPERIMENTAL Physics.
SENIOR SOPHISTER YEAR.
The Course appointed for Candidates for Honors in Experimental Physics in the Senior Sophister year is as follows: HILARY, Pouillet, Elemens de Physique, Book 11. (omitting
sect. ii. chap. iv.), and Book vil. chap. ii. Regnault's Crystallography.
Ansted's Elementary Course of Geology. TRINITY, . Roget on Electro-Magnetism and Magnetism.
's Elementary Course of Geology, Part 111.
Examination for Itloderatorships.
At the Michaelmas Examination of the fourth year (or the A. B. Degree Examination), Examinations for Moderatorships are held in each of the following subjects :
1. Mathematics and Mathematical Physics.
5. History, Political Science, and English Literature. The Course appointed for Examination in each of these subjects is as follows:-