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Degree

Meanings and phrases

degree

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n.
  1. a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality; grade; level
  2. a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; level; stage; point
  3. an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; academic degree
  4. a measure for arcs and angles; arcdegree
  5. the highest power of a term or variable
  6. a unit of temperature on a specified scale
  7. the seriousness of something (e.g., a burn or crime)

academic degree

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n.
  1. an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; degree
E.g.
  • She has an academic degree in fashion design.
  • Applicants were required hold an academic degree and be above age 21.
  • "Civil engineers" typically possess an academic degree in civil engineering.

associate degree

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n.
  1. a degree granted by a two-year college on successful completion of the undergraduates course of studies; associate
E.g.
  • He holds an associate degree from St. John's University.
  • Those who pass are awarded the associate degree / Diploma.
  • Benge received his associate degree from Tulsa Community College.

bachelor 's degree

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n.
  1. an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies; baccalaureate

comparative degree

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n.
  1. the comparative form of an adjective or adverb; comparative

degree Celsius

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n.
  1. a degree on the centigrade scale of temperature; degree centigrade; C

degree Fahrenheit

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n.
  1. a degree on the Fahrenheit scale of temperature; F

degree centigrade

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n.
  1. a degree on the centigrade scale of temperature; degree Celsius; C

degree day

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n.
  1. the day on which university degrees are conferred; commencement day
  2. a unit used in estimating fuel requirements for heating a building

degree of a polynomial

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n.
  1. the degree of the term in the polynomial that has the highest degree

degree of a term

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n.
  1. the sum of the exponents of the variables in the term

degree of freedom

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n.
  1. (statistics) an unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution
  2. one of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system
E.g.
  • A degree of freedom is lost.
  • Since the Czech Republic is a democratic republic, journalists and media enjoy a great degree of freedom.
  • The standard Cauchy distribution coincides with the Student's "t"-distribution with one degree of freedom.

degree program

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n.
  1. a course of study leading to an academic degree
E.g.
  • Its online social work degree program has been ranked No.
  • Pikes Peak Community College offers a two-year degree program.
  • 1992 saw the creation of a Doctor of Missiology degree program.

doctor 's degree

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n.
  1. one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university; doctorate

first degree

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n.
  1. a degree of one
E.g.
  • … I plead guilty… rudeness to Boies in the first degree."
  • Bullen took his first degree at the University of Cambridge.
  • Echols' sentence was reduced to three counts of first degree murder.
n.
  1. an honours degree of the highest class; first

honorary degree

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n.
  1. a degree conferred to honor the recipient; honoris causa
E.g.
  • In 1898 he was awarded the honorary degree of LL.D.
  • In 1875, he received the honorary degree of LL.D.
  • A list of past honorary degree recipients, include:

honours degree

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n.
  1. a university degree with honors; honours
E.g.
  • He graduated with a B.Sc second class honours degree.
  • He graduated in 1982 with an honours degree in music.
  • honours degree in economics at the University of Hull (1968).

law degree

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n.
  1. degree conferred on someone who successfully completes law school
E.g.
  • She finished a law degree at Skopje University.
  • and law degree from the University of Denver.
  • Toma has a law degree from the Moldova State University.

master 's degree

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n.
  1. an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree

positive degree

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n.
  1. the primary form of an adjective or adverb; denotes a quality without qualification, comparison, or relation to increase or diminution; positive

superlative degree

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n.
  1. the superlative form of an adjective or adverb; superlative

third degree

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n.
  1. interrogation often accompanied by torture to extort information or a confession
E.g.
  • He was subsequently charged with third degree assault, a misdemeanor.
  • While working there, he received second and third degree burns on both hands.
  • The State Stalin Prize of the third degree (1950) – for "Absheron" novel (1947)

to no degree

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adv.
  1. in no manner; nowise

to that degree

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adv.
  1. to the degree or extent that; insofar; in so far; so far; to that extent

to the highest degree

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adv.
  1. used to form the superlative; most

to the lowest degree

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adv.
  1. used to form the superlative; least

high degree

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E.g.
  • The ships were made with a high degree of quality.
  • There was also a high degree of racial segregation.
  • They maintain a high degree of communal harmony.

undergraduate degree

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E.g.
  • See British undergraduate degree classification.
  • He earned an undergraduate degree from Swarthmore College.
  • He received his undergraduate degree from Grinnell College.

degree programs

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  • Only bachelor's degree programs are running for now.
  • Women were admitted to degree programs in 1946.
  • The following degree programs are offered by the FASc.

doctoral degree

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E.g.
  • is a doctoral degree in the field of missiology.
  • In 1890 he took his doctoral degree (Dr.iur).
  • He received his doctoral degree in 1921 from Max Planck.

medical degree

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E.g.
  • MacLean received his medical degree from Yale in 1940.
  • He stayed at UCLA to obtain his medical degree in 1979.
  • He received a medical degree from the University of Virginia.

earned a degree

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  • He studied in France and earned a degree in journalism.
  • He earned a degree in theater from New York University.
  • David initially earned a degree as a teacher.

degree in economics

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E.g.
  • He completed his Bachelor's degree in economics.
  • He graduated from CCNY in 1949 with a degree in economics.
  • degree in economics from the University of Michigan in 1984.

degree in political

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  • He graduated with a degree in political science.
  • degree in political economy in 1990.
  • Hevesi has a BA degree in political science from Queens College.

graduate degree

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  • All residents must complete a graduate degree (M.S.
  • She has a graduate degree in creative writing.
  • She attended Columbia University for her graduate degree.

degree in business

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E.g.
  • He graduated with a degree in business administration.
  • He is currently working on his degree in business administration.
  • Before becoming a professional chef she earned a degree in business.

received a degree

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  • She also received a degree of Master of Arts.
  • She received a degree from La Horde Society.
  • He instead received a degree without examination in 1814.

science degree

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  • Frank was the first NOAA administrator without a science degree.
  • He obtained bachelor of science degree from King Saud University.
  • In 1936 Hans Albert obtained the doctor of technical science degree.

degree in history

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  • degree in history from Sindh University, Jamshoro in 1963.
  • Davis earned a master's degree in history.
  • He graduated from Harvard with a degree in history in June 2009.

arts degree

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  • In 1632, he received a master of arts degree.
  • Jones held a master of arts degree from Shorter College.
  • The Pratt Institute awarded Norell an honorary fine arts degree.

degree in law

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  • He has a bachelor's degree in law from the University of Rome.
  • He graduated with a degree in law from the Universidad del Rosario.
  • Schmidt-Ott had a degree in law.

lesser degree

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E.g.
  • Several cultivars are scented to a greater or lesser degree.
  • But even biological intelligence is affected to a lesser degree.
  • Like Nabataean, Palmyrene was influenced by Arabic, but to a much lesser degree.

college degree

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  • The courses count towards earning a college degree.
  • Shurnas finished his college degree that July.
  • Five of the 85 delegates did not have a college degree.

doctorate degree

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E.g.
  • He earned a doctorate degree at the in Paris.
  • In 2006, he obtained a doctorate degree.
  • Shortly afterwards, her husband received his doctorate degree.

certain degree

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E.g.
  • When you're acting, you sort of believe it to a certain degree."
  • The penalties imposed in practice also vary among cantons to a certain degree.
  • They gain a certain degree of success through their personal efforts and struggle.

second degree

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  • Blistering is a sign of second degree sunburn.
  • (Fm7 is the sixth degree in A; Bm7 is second degree in A, etc.)
  • On his arms and neck were signs of first and second degree burns.

degree in education

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E.g.
  • degree in education from the same university and an Ed.D.
  • She received a degree in education from the University of Alberta in 1985.
  • Gallery graduated with a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Iowa.

degree in mathematics

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E.g.
  • degree in mathematics from Hunter College of the City University of New York.
  • He attended Columbia University, graduating in 2010 with a degree in mathematics.
  • Dyson completed a bachelor's degree in mathematics at Brandeis University in 1997.

obtained a degree

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  • He then obtained a degree in Engineering in Turin.
  • He obtained a degree as a mining engineer in Paris, France.
  • She obtained a degree in Philosophy and became an adherent of Marxism.

degree in psychology

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  • He is a holder of a bachelor's degree in psychology.
  • He graduated in 1980 with a bachelor's degree in psychology.
  • He studied for a bachelor's degree in psychology and an M.F.A.

degree in journalism

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  • He studied in France and earned a degree in journalism.
  • Maruziva has a degree in journalism from a British university.
  • In 1943, he obtained a Master of Science degree in journalism.

engineering degree

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E.g.
  • She graduated with an engineering degree in 1915.
  • Terry completed his chemical engineering degree in December 2013.
  • He graduated from MIT in 1922 with a chemical engineering degree.

greater degree

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E.g.
  • I realised that to an even greater degree during the course of the book.
  • There has also been a greater degree of politicisation within the Commission.
  • (Ido proper names have a greater degree of flexibility than other Ido words.)

degree college

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  • People gathered and decided to form a Trust to establish a new degree college at Hazuwa.
  • The college was founded as a degree college in affiliation with Gorakhpur University in 1957.
  • The college library also provides Book Bank facility to degree college students in first-cum-first-served-basis.

higher degree

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E.g.
  • It has a slightly higher degree of osmolarity (i.e.
  • Lower scores represent a higher degree of disability.
  • This could lead to a higher degree of neuroprotection.

degree of creative

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  • The place is important in demonstrating a high degree of creative or technical achievement at a particular period.
  • The place is important in demonstrating aesthetic characteristics and/or a high degree of creative or technical achievement in New South Wales.

degree in philosophy

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  • He received a doctor's degree in philosophy (Dr.
  • In 1959, he graduated from Antioch College with a degree in philosophy.
  • He holds a master's degree in philosophy and lives in the United States.

university degree

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E.g.
  • She received a university degree in medicine in 2004.
  • She has a university degree in pre-medical.
  • She passed the bar despite not possessing a university degree.

degree in physics

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E.g.
  • He earned his bachelor's degree in physics in 1958.
  • He later earned a master's degree in physics.
  • Lawrence has a degree in physics and holds a PhD in mathematics.

degree murder

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  • Echols' sentence was reduced to three counts of first degree murder.
  • Frank was arrested and charged with three counts of first degree murder.
  • Beishline was charged with first degree murder, elder abuse and robbery.

large degree

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E.g.
  • To a large degree the narrations are autobiographical.
  • Over the next nine years, Shane and Guard reconciled to a large degree.
  • The island was protected to a large degree by its favourable ocean topography.

degree in engineering

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E.g.
  • degree in engineering from Rice University.
  • He received his degree in engineering and a Ph.D. in medicine.
  • (Met); 1958 – a master's degree in engineering science M.Eng.Sc.

degree courses

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E.g.
  • (They have since emerged as degree courses.)
  • The university offers degree courses in a variety of disciplines.
  • It offers four year degree courses in various branches of engineering.

degree in music

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  • A Master's degree in music (referred to as an M.Mus.
  • He graduated in 1982 with an honours degree in music.
  • She holds a bachelor's degree in music.

degree in public

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E.g.
  • She graduated with a degree in public relations in 1976.
  • She earned a degree in public policy at Stanford in 1994.
  • He graduated with a bachelor's degree in public relations.

degree programmes

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  • The degree programmes are accredited by FIBAA and .
  • The faculty offers postgraduate degree programmes from M.A.
  • It currently offers 26 degree programmes.

degree course

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E.g.
  • In 1952, the BA Botany degree course became BSc Botany, and in 1958 MSc in Botany.
  • Humanitas University in Italy also uses IMAT for its Medicine and Surgery degree course.
  • The number of admission increased to 36 and the four year degree course was started in 1952.

received the degree

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E.g.
  • Though a layman, he received the degree of S.T.D.
  • He received the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 1849.
  • In 1997 he received the degree of Master of Economics.

degree in chemistry

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E.g.
  • She graduated in 1970 with a Bachelor degree in chemistry.
  • She graduated from Wellesley College with a degree in chemistry in 1942.
  • Horne has a first-class degree in chemistry from the University of Liverpool.

degree in electrical

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E.g.
  • Ellena graduated with a degree in electrical engineering.
  • degree in electrical engineering from MIT.
  • degree in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University in 1971, an M.S.

holds a degree

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  • He holds a degree in statistics engineering.
  • He is a Bachelor of Commerce and also holds a degree in Law.
  • Duane holds a degree in American and Urban Studies from Lehigh University.

degree of autonomy

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E.g.
  • The degree of autonomy of non-sovereign countries varies widely.
  • Working their own small cocoa farms gave them a considerable degree of autonomy.

postgraduate degree

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E.g.
  • He was awarded the postgraduate degree M Chir in 1931.
  • The faculty offers postgraduate degree programmes from M.A.
  • She is a postgraduate degree holder from the Rabindra Bharati University.

same degree

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E.g.
  • The ten fingernails are usually equally bitten to approximately the same degree.
  • However, no other party enjoyed anything like the same degree of popular support.
  • The degree sequence is a graph invariant so isomorphic graphs have the same degree sequence.

s degree

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E.g.
  • He transferred to Hebrew University and obtained a master’s degree in 1934.
  • In 1979, he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering technology.
  • Afterward, he earned his master’s degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

degree in sociology

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E.g.
  • She has a degree in sociology and has studied law.
  • He graduated in 2003 with a degree in sociology.
  • Calhoun graduated in 1968 with a bachelor's degree in sociology.

s degree

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E.g.
  • He transferred to Hebrew University and obtained a master’s degree in 1934.
  • In 1979, he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering technology.
  • Afterward, he earned his master’s degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

general degree

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  • A three-year general degree in Agricultural Science was offered.
  • The faculty offers a three year Bachelor of Arts general degree and a B.A special degree of four years.
  • Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Satabarshiki Mahavidyalaya is a general degree college, affiliated to the West Bengal State University.

highest degree

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  • Artisans in these communities are regarded to the highest degree.
  • Greek art puts into Apollo the highest degree of power and beauty that can be imagined.
  • (Membership of the Inner Magic Circle with a gold star), the highest degree for its members.

degree in international

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E.g.
  • degree in international studies from American University and a S.M.
  • In 2018, she completed a master's degree in international relations.
  • Miller graduated on April 4, 1991 with a bachelor's degree in international relations.

such a degree

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  • No earlier public record had reported that Hess had achieved such a degree.
  • Quinterno's creations impressed him to such a degree that he decided to become an artist himself.
  • Shepherd had raised taxes to such a degree that citizens had to sell their own property to pay them.

degree in mechanical

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  • Gladwin has a degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • She also holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California, San Diego.
  • He graduated from North Carolina State University in 1990 with a degree in mechanical engineering.

received his degree

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  • He received his degree from Lawrence University in 1977.
  • He received his degree in engineering and a Ph.D. in medicine.
  • He graduated in medicine in 1914 and received his degree in Graz.

degree in civil

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E.g.
  • degree in civil engineering.
  • He graduated in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering.
  • "Civil engineers" typically possess an academic degree in civil engineering.

degree in architecture

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E.g.
  • He graduated with a degree in architecture in 1966.
  • While teaching, she completed a master's degree in architecture.
  • degree in architecture.

first degree murder

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E.g.
  • Echols' sentence was reduced to three counts of first degree murder.
  • Frank was arrested and charged with three counts of first degree murder.
  • Beishline was charged with first degree murder, elder abuse and robbery.

degree in physical

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E.g.
  • degree in physical education from SAU in 1976.
  • An American example is a degree in physical education.
  • He graduated in 1994 with a degree in physical education.

degree in social

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E.g.
  • He graduated from the bachelor degree in social science of the University of Hong Kong.
  • She has a degree in social work from the Department of Social Work, Stockholm University.
  • In 1970, he received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in social ethics from The University of Chicago.

general degree college

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  • Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Satabarshiki Mahavidyalaya is a general degree college, affiliated to the West Bengal State University.
  • Government Arts College, Karur Government Arts College, Karur, is an Autonomous general degree college located in Thanthonimalai Karur, Tamil Nadu.
  • Government College for Women, Kumbakonam Government College for Women, Kumbakonam, is a women's general degree college located in Kumbakonam, Tamil Nadu.

degree or higher

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  • 55.6% spoke a language other than English at home and 16.4% had a bachelor's degree or higher.
  • There are many types of acoustician, but they usually have a Bachelor's degree or higher qualification.
  • The majority of BHSEC faculty members at the school hold PhDs and all faculty have a master's degree or higher.

professional degree

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  • Beyond this a professional degree is not required.
  • In the U.S. and Canada the program may be positioned as a professional degree.
  • professional degree.

degree in computer

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  • He completed a Bachelor's degree in computer design.
  • She has a degree in computer science from Utah Valley University.
  • He earned a degree in computer science from Oregon State University.

degree within

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  • Nevertheless, it is uncommon for a student to complete the degree within the 5 years along with the required thesis.
  • Less than 66% of Pennsylvania high school graduates who enroll in a four-year college in Pennsylvania will earn a bachelor's degree within six years.

earning a degree

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  • He then attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, earning a degree in Creative Writing.
  • He served in the Army during World War II and attended college using the GI Bill, earning a degree in architecture.
  • While he was teaching, he took University of London correspondence courses in economics earning a degree in the subject.

degree in biology

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  • degree in biology from the University of Texas in 1983.
  • In 1994 she earned her MS degree in biology.
  • degree in biology and chemistry in 1933, and was awarded an M.D.

degree angle

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  • They are inclined at a 10 degree angle from vertical.
  • The seats recline to a 35 degree angle.
  • At the top of the hill, the train drops at a 95 degree angle.

class degree

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  • He graduated with a first class degree in 1951.
  • In 1991 he achieved a first class degree in Russian Studies.
  • Silverstone left Cambridge in 2001 with a first class degree.

awarded the degree

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  • He was awarded the degree of Medical Doctor in 1584.
  • In 1996 he was awarded the degree of Doctor of Economics.
  • He was awarded the degree of M.D.

significant degree

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  • But Innocent VIII's death in 1492 hindered this to a significant degree.
  • Under the MPLA, Angola experienced a significant degree of modern industrialisation.
  • In this way, non-conductive materials can be charged to a significant degree, either positively or negatively.

degree in medicine

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  • She received a university degree in medicine in 2004.
  • He received his degree in medicine in 1688, and left for Rome in 1689.
  • Opimbat studied in France at the University of Caen and received a degree in medicine.

degree in theology

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E.g.
  • In 1657 he earned his master's degree in theology.
  • Neamțu has a PhD degree in theology from King's College London.
  • In 2005, he received a bachelor's degree in theology from the university.
E.g.
  • Hughes earned his bachelor's degree in communications from TCU in 2010.
  • She earned a degree in communications from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  • Cloud graduated from Oral Roberts University with a bachelor's degree in communications.

degree in accounting

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  • He has a degree in accounting .
  • He has a degree in accounting and has taught at the University of Hassan II.
  • He obtained a bachelor's degree in accounting from Ain Shams University in 1971.

advanced degree

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  • is a professional advanced degree in project management.
  • He has an advanced degree in economics.
  • almost always has a pure science background and an advanced degree, whereas a C.T.O.

great degree

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  • Household duties, in a great degree, had passed into their hands.
  • A great degree of segregation has largely continued over the subsequent decades.
  • Mobile billboard – Mobile billboards offer a great degree of flexibility to advertisers.

polynomial of degree

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  • It is a monic polynomial of degree "n".
  • Let "f" be a monic polynomial of degree "d" defined over a field "K" of characteristic zero.
  • In fact, by starting with any polynomial of degree "n", the column number "n" + 1 will always be constant.

completed a degree

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  • After the war, he returned to Cambridge and completed a degree in English literature.
  • In his spare time, he completed a degree in commerce with the University of Manchester.
  • In 1982 he completed a degree in Public Administration from the University of Birmingham.

degree level

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  • The College of Higher Education runs courses up to degree level.
  • For the time being, programs offered are only at master's degree level.
  • A child life degree may be attained either at a bachelor's or masters degree level.

degree black

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  • He is currently a fourth degree black belt.
  • She received her 6th degree black belt in Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan in 2006.
  • Akihiko Adachi Adachi is an accomplished judoka, having reached the rank of 4th degree black belt.

what degree

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  • or what degree of confidence should there be to make a bargain be set aside?
  • It also reveals to what degree women may have been involved in medieval french militancy.
  • The book details all of the players that have played for Knight and what degree they earned.

degree black belt

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  • He is currently a fourth degree black belt.
  • She received her 6th degree black belt in Tang Soo Do Moo Duk Kwan in 2006.
  • Akihiko Adachi Adachi is an accomplished judoka, having reached the rank of 4th degree black belt.

degree of control

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  • The advantage to twin roll melt spinning is that it gives a high degree of control over the thickness of the resulting ribbon.
  • The CVD growth method is popular, as it yields high quantity and has a degree of control over diameter, length and morphology.
  • Auto-aiming was also added to the Xbox version to compensate for the degree of control usually offered by a keyboard and mouse setup.

degree programme

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  • Bass moved to Bushwick in 2006, after her undergraduate degree programme.
  • It is also the only university offering a degree programme in humanistic studies.
  • Dongguk University also offers dual degree programme with Stony Brook University.

completing his degree

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  • However, he did not graduate, having left before completing his degree.
  • He began to study medicine at Guy's Hospital but left without completing his degree.
  • Costigan went to Maynooth College in 1963 as a clerical student, leaving in 1966 after completing his degree.

business degree

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E.g.
  • Gallant almost finished a business degree.
  • Rennie went on to study for a business degree at Glasgow Caledonian University.
  • He earned his undergraduate business degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1991.

degree in art

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E.g.
  • He received a master's degree in art at University of Iowa in Iowa City.
  • She received a master's degree in art education at Hunter College in 1994.
  • He later (1973) received an MA degree in art from Claremont Graduate University.

degree of accuracy

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E.g.
  • Most emulation software mimics a particular hardware architecture, often to an extremely high degree of accuracy.
  • The initial values can be calculated to any degree of accuracy; if done correctly the engine will give exact results for first N steps.
  • During its 4-year run, the positions, parallaxes, and proper motions of 118,218 stars were determined with an unprecedented degree of accuracy.
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