academic degree

  1. an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study
    he earned his degree at Princeton summa cum laude
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How To Use academic degree In A Sentence

  • recognize an academic degree
  • He earned academic degrees in physics, biophysics, and nuclear medicine from UCLA.
  • While utter fabrications - such as phony academic degrees and made-up jobs - are big no-nos, you can commit some sins of omission with virtual impunity.
  • An academic degree from the United Kingdom is generally recognised and respected the world over.
  • While Mr. Kerviel burned with a sense of his own worth, Société Générale paid little attention to him or other nuts-and-bolts traders on Delta One and focused instead on nurturing "quants" -- traders with advanced academic degrees who used complex mathematical models to make money for the bank. Portrait of rogue trader emerges
  • one of the qualifications for admission is an academic degree
  • To apply for Academic degree Examination, one copy of transcript of annual academic year is required.
  • The first provides a more general form of academic course than the specialized academic degrees described above.
  • Honoris causa" is a Latin phrase which means "for the sake of the honor" and it is an academic degree conferred by a university in which the usual requirements such as matriculation, residence, lessons and the passing of examinations are waived. - XML News RSS/RDF Feed
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