undergraduate

[ US /ˌəndɝˈɡɹædʒəwət/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌndəɡɹˈædjuːət/ ]
NOUN
  1. a university student who has not yet received a first degree
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How To Use undergraduate In A Sentence

  • In a country where universities emphasise competitive sports sometimes even more than academics, Notre Dame, in Indiana, was long the paragon of undergraduate football excellence.
  • She was named the outstanding undergraduate history major at the University of Oklahoma.
  • The participants were 13 undergraduate or graduate students who were each exposed to three conditions sedative music (SM), excitative music (EM), and no music (NM) on different days.
  • The undergraduate tinkler that is like strong finish school ended the trade on the net that clean out treasure, searching civil member the job.
  • Reflective journals have prompted self-regulated or metacognitive ways of thinking in students in graduate and undergraduate education courses.
  • A fourth undergraduate program leads to the degree Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with Computer Science; it is intended for students seriously interested in theoretical computer science.
  • And I heard remarkable stories of distinguished Marxist academics at other schools who flat out refused to teach undergraduate courses.
  • It was financed from funds specifically identified for teaching undergraduates and nurses.
  • And then of course, he also has a Ph. D in veterinary medicine, his undergraduate work focused on evolutionary biology-he's an amateur spelunker and a certified scuba diver. December 2006
  • The university marshal arrived with the six ‘bedels,’ who are proctors carrying long silver rods to intimidate unruly undergraduates into better behavior.
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