- MA First Year: Psychology Ordinary, 1967-1968;
- MA Second Year: Psychology - Higher Ordinary, 1968-1969;
- MA Second Year: Logic - Ordinary (General Philosophy), 1968-1969;
- MA Second Year: Politics B (Sociology) Ordinary, 1968-1969;
- MA Honours Years: Psychology Honours, 1969-1971;
- BD First Year: Old Testament, 1971-1972;
- BD Second Year: New Testament, 1972-1973;
- BD Second Year: Pastoral Theology, 1972-1973;
- BD Second Year: Systematic Theology II, 1972-1973;
- BD Honours Year: Systematic Theology, 1973-1974.
Papers of William Pollock, fl 1967-1980, arts and divinity student, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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William Pollock matriculated at University of Glasgow in 1967 and graduated MA in 1971 . He re-enrolled at Glasgow University in 1971 and graduated BD in 1974 . He then proceeded to St John's College at the University of Cambridge to undertake research in the psychology of religion, graduating PhD (Cantab) in 1980 .
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