bachelor's degree

  1. an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
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How To Use bachelor's degree In A Sentence

  • Senior colleges and universities do not offer bachelor's degrees in specialized vocational fields or do not choose to allocate resources for such degrees.
  • Moore earned a bachelor's degree in English, summa cum laude, from the University of North Carolina and a master of fine arts degree in creative writing from Bowling Green State University (Ohio). ErieBlogs
  • Both educational programs generally accept students into their classes after they have completed a bachelor's degree. An Introduction to Community Health
  • They generally hold a bachelor's degree in fields such as ecology, agriculture, biology or environmental science.
  • While at Drake, she did, however, get serious about completing her bachelor's degree and added a business minor.
  • Specifically, bachelor's degrees in engineering, business, ecology or hydrology and life sciences such as geochemistry were among educational requirements employers cited most frequently. rss feed
  • No program at all for what we call essential workers, the lesser skilled workers, workers that have less than a bachelor's degree. CNN Transcript Mar 23, 2007
  • Prior to joining Scripps, Smith graduated from Northern Arizona University with a bachelor's degree in physics and astronomy.
  • Aanderud is a 1984 graduate of North Dakota State University with a bachelor's degree in agricultural education.
  • Shortly after receiving her bachelor's degree in 1979, Chandler worked as a television news anchor, reporter, and talk show host.
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