Master of Arts

  • 1. A Bachelor of Arts (other than one covered by the provisions of clause 2 below) or a Bachelor of Fine Art may, with the approval of his or her society, supplicate for the Degree of Master of Arts in or after the twenty-first term from his or her matriculation.

  • 2. A Bachelor of Arts whose qualification for admission to a Final Honour School was the successful completion of a Foundation Course at the Department for Continuing Education may, with the approval of his or her society, supplicate for the Degree of Master of Arts in or after the eighteenth term from his or her matriculation.

  • 3. A Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Fine Art who has been admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy may supplicate for admission to the Degree of Master of Arts, provided that he or she has satisfied all other necessary conditions, at any time after his or her admission to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

  • 4. If a Bachelor of Civil Law or a Bachelor of Medicine shall first have been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, he or she may supplicate for the Degree of Master of Arts with the approval of his or her society in or after the nineteenth term from his or her matriculation, and may retain the Degree of Bachelor of Civil Law or of Medicine, as the case may be.