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the Committee on Higher Degrees, the candidate will be placed under the direction of a committee of three, from at least two departments, who shall have supervision of the candidate's work, conduct the examinations on his course of study, and pass upon the original dissertation to be presented by him. The course of study must cover a period of not less than one year, passed in residence; except as provided in the next paragraph.

In case the candidate for the Master's Degree has already received a Bachelor's Degree from this University, the preceding requirement of residence may, by vote of the Faculty concerned, be remitted; provided, however, that the approved course of study cover then two years instead of one. But the requirements for the degree are in no otherwise remitted, and this privilege is restricted to graduates of this University.

The principal subject presented by a candidate for the degree of Master of Arts or Master of Letters must be selected from group I., II., or III.; for the degree of Master of Science, from group IV.

The conditions under which the degrees of MECHANICAL ENGINEER, MINING ENGINEER, METALLURGICAL ENGINEER, and Civil ENGINEER are conferred, are given under the headings: College of Mechanics, College of Mining, and College of Civil Engineering.

The committee in charge of the work of any candidate for a higher degree consists of the heads of the several departments in which the candidate's studies may fall, and of such other members of those departments, or of other departments, as those heads may request to take charge of any part of his work; provided, that the committee consist of not more than five members, The head of the department in which the candidate's major subject belongs is chairman of the committee.

COURSES FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS.

Any of the courses announced in the preceding pages may be taken by qualified graduate students. The courses indicated below, especially designed for graduate students, are regularly organized for class instruction. Such other advanced work will be provided as individual needs may require.

PHILOSOPHY, Course 6.
TIISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE, ('ourse 19.
LATIN, Course 17.
ENGLISHI, Courses 22-27.
GERMAN, Course 9.
FRENCH, Course 9.
MATHEMATICS, ('ourses 18-30.
(EOLOGY, Course 4.

MINERALOGY, Course 3.
For Graduate Students, see Catalogue of Students, and Summary of Students.

DEGREES, COMMISSIONS, HONORS.

DEGREES CONFERRED, 1892.

The Degree of Master of Arts, upon ELLEN ELECTA GRANNIS, A.B. (Oberlin), 1878

of San Francisco. Louis THEODORE HENGSTLER, graduate Stuttgart Polytechnicum, 1883.--.

of San Francisco. GARDNER FRED WILLIAMS, 1.B. (College of California), 1865......of Oakland.

The Degree of Master of Letters, upon
EMILY CARYL CLARK, B.L., 1889.
GRACE MERRIAM FISHER, B.L., 1889

..of San Rafael.

..of Oakland.

The Degree of Bachelor of Arts, upon
MARY BIRD CLAYES.
AGNES CRARY..
EVERETT FARNUM GOODYEAR
HARRIET MARGARET GROVER
FRANCIS HERBERT MCLEAN.
THOMAS STEPHEN MOLLOY
ALBERT CLINTON Part..
Joux SLATER PARTRIDGE
BURBANK GUSTAVE SOMERS
CHARLES Louis TURNER.
ALBERT BRADFORD WEBSTER

of Berkeley. -of San Francisco.

of Berkeley. of Berkeley.

.of Berkeley. of San Francisco.

..of Berkeley. of San Francisco. of San Francisco.

of Pasadena. of Oakland.

The Degree of Bachelor of Letters, upon FLORENCE EMILY BEAVER

of Fort Wayne, Indiana. EDITH BRIDGES

of San Francisco. MARTHA ANNETTE BRIER.

---...of Oakland. ROBERT DAVID Coun.

of San Francisco. EDWARD WALKER DAVIS

of Santa Rosa. FRANCIS MELBOURNE GREENE

of San Francisco. LULU HEACOCK..

..of Oakland. PERRY THOMAS TOMPKINS

.of San Bernardino. DE WINTER.

of Newman CLEMENT CALHOUX YOUNG,

.of Santa Rosa.

The Degree of Bachelor of Philosophy, upon
ELIZABETH OLIVE AGNEW.
ALBERT CRAIGMILES AIKEN.
HARRIS STEARNS ALLES

of Alameda. of Yountville.

of Oakland.

MABEL CLARE CRAFT
CAROLINE MORLAND CUSHING
IDA GRAY GALLOWAY.
JOSEPH BALDWIN GARBER ...
WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON GENTRY
CARLTOX WEBSTER GREENE
ISADORE II ARRIS
ISAIAS WILLIAM HELLMAN, JR.
GEORGIANA HODGKINS
WILLIAM PENG HUMPHREYS, JR.
DAVID MAYDOLE MATTESON
ROBERTSON TOPP McKISICK
Victor LATHROP O'BRIEN
JOHN BROOKS PALMER...
EDWARD JENKINS PRINGLE, JR.
Rosa EMILY RYAX...
MARY SHACKFORD SANBORN
JESSIE ELEANOR Watsox....

of Oakland.

of Oakland, of Mills College. of North Temescal.

of Berkeley.

...of Oakland. of San Francisco. ..of San Francisco.

of Mills College. of San Francisco. ...of Nevada City. of San Francisco. of San Francisco. -of San Francisco.

--of Oakland. of Sacramento. ...of Berkeley. of Berkeley.

The Degree of Bachelor of Science, upon CAROLINE WILLARD BALDWIN

of Santa Cruz. WALTER CHARLES BLASDALE

...of Orange. GEORGE DEROY BLOOD

of Greenville. FREDERICK DORWIN BROWNE

...of Oakland. EMMETT ADDISON BYLER.

of Santa Ana. WILLIAM DỰDLEY CHAPMAN

of Alameda. WARREN VESTER CLARK, JR.

of Railroad Flat. WILLIAM WILLIS Fogg

-----of Oakland. JAMES HUNTINGTON GRAY.

.of San Francisco. EDWARD FRANCIS HAAS.

of Stockton. LEE WHITE LLOYD

of Ventura. ROBERT STEWART NORRIS

of Los Angeles. FRANCIS ARTHUR RICH

of Berkeley. GEORGE PRENTISS ROBINSON

of Los Angeles. SELINA SHARPE......

of Oakland. GEORGE FREDERICK STONE

of Oakland. Roscoe WHEELER, JR.

of Melrose,

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CAROLINE WILLARD BALDWIX.

The Human Element in Science.

Essay..

JOHN SLATER PARTRIDGE.

The Fourth Estate.

ORATION

[Excused from speaking.)

EDWARD FRANCIS HAAS.

THESIS
Analysis of Suspension Bridge over Royal Creek, near Telluride, ('olorado.

[Excused from speaking.]

MILITARY COMMISSIONS, 1892.

Battalion of University Cadets. * ALBERT CRAIGMILES AIKEN

to be Colonel. *II ARRIS STEARNS ALLEN

to be Lieutenant-Colone! *PERRY THOMAS TOMPKINS

to be Major. EDWARD FRANCIS HLAS.

to be Captain. FREDERICK DORWIN BROWNE.

to be Captain. JAMES HUNTINGTON GRAY

to be Captain. GEORGE DEROY BLOOD.

to be Captain. CARLTON WEBSTER GREENE.

to be Captain. DAVID MAYDOLE MATTESON,

to be Captain. ROBERTSON TOPP MCKISICK

to be First Lieutenant. BURBANK GUSTAVE SOMERS

to be First Lieutenant. JOHN BROOKS PALMER

to be First Lieutenant. LEE WHITE LLOYD

to be First Lieutenant. WILLIAM WILLIS Fogg

to be First Lieutenant. Thomas STEPHEN MOLLOY

-to be First Lieutenant. EDWARD JENKINS PRINGLE, JR.

to be Second Lieutenant. CHARLES Louis TURNER.

to be Second Lieutenant. ALBERT BRADFORD WEBSTER.

to be Second Lieutenant. CLEMENT (ALHOUX YOUNG

to be Second Lieutenant. EVERETT FARNUM GOODYEAR

to be Second Lieutenant.

FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS, 1892-93.

University Fellows.

GEORGE MALCOLM STRATTON, A.B., 1888; A.M. (Yale), 1890.-
ERNEST NORTON HENDERSON, Ph.B., 1890
LOUIS THEODORE HENGSTLER, A.V., 1892.
CHARLES PALACHE, B.S., 1891

in Philosophy. in Philosophy in Mathematics.

in Mineralogy.

* In accordance with a regulation of the War Department, the names of the three graduates most distinguished in Military Science are placed on the U. 8. Army Register and published in General Orders.

Phebe Hearst Scholars.

Sarah MCLEAN HARDY, Berkeley....

of the Senior Class. HARRIET HASKELL GODFREY, Pasadena.

of the Sophomore Class. JESSIE MABEL ANDERSON, San Francisco.

of the Freshman Class MABEL BRADLEY, Nevada City

of the Sophomore Class. ARIANA MOORE, Santa Barbara..

..of the Junior Class. FLORILLA RUSSELL WICKERSHAM, Stockton.

.of the Freshman Class. Lucy WARE WILLIAMS, National City

of the Freshman Class. LILLIE BELLE BRIDGMAN, B.S. (Kansas State Agricult. College), 1886, Berkeley..

-Cand. for M.S.

Harvard Club Scholar. David MAYDOLE MATTESON, PH.B., 1892..

---- Scholar (at Harvard University) of the Harvard Club of San Francisco.

Hinckley Scholar. Joux SLATER PARTRIDGE, A.B., 1892

..Graduate Student, 1892-93.

Hearst Fellow in Astronomy. SIDNEY DEAN TOWN LEY, M.S. (Wisconsin), 1892..- .... Cand. for Ph.D.

Hearst Fellow in Astronomy in the Lick Observatory.

Le Conte Memorial Fellowship. No award was made for 1892-93.

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