To mark with degrees; to divide into regular steps, grades, or intervals, as the scale of a thermometer, a scheme of punishment or rewards, etc.
To admit or elevate to a certain grade or degree; esp., in a college or university, to admit, at the close of the course, to an honorable standing defined by a diploma; as, he was graduated at Yale College.
To prepare gradually; to arrange, temper, or modify by degrees or to a certain degree; to determine the degrees of; as, to graduate the heat of an oven.
To bring to a certain degree of consistency, by evaporation, as a fluid.
To pass by degrees; to change gradually; to shade off; as, sandstone which graduates into gneiss; carnelian sometimes graduates into quartz.
To take a degree in a college or university; to become a graduate; to receive a diploma.
One who has received an academical or professional degree; one who has completed the prescribed course of study in any school or institution of learning.
Arranged by successive steps or degrees; graduated.
A person who has received a degree.
A student who has passed all necessary requirements for an award and that award has been conferred by the University Council.
An individual who has received formal recognition for the successful completion of a prescribed program of studies.
One who has attained at least one standard bachelor's degree or first professional degree (in dentistry, law, medicine, theology, or veterinary medicine, etc.) and is or might be a candidate for a master's degree.
The Graduate/Undergraduate Bulletin provides course descriptions explaining what will be taught in a particular class.
A recipient of an academic degree or diploma.
A student who has taken their first degree.
Students pursuing a graduate degree or certificate (masters, doctoral, or post-bachelor's certificate).
Someone who has successfully completed a degree.
A student who has successfully completed a Primary Degree at an institution of higher education
A person who has fulfilled the requirements of an award and has had the award conferred.
(noun) a person who holds a degree, (verb) to take a university degree.
any person who was awarded a degree of M.D. at a U.S. medical school.
A student who holds a baccalaureate degree.
A person who received a high school diploma or college degree, usually a Bachelor's degree. A graduate student is someone working on degree beyond the Bachelor's degree, usually a Master's or Doctorate degree. A graduate school is the division of a college or university that offers a Master's or Doctorate degrees.
Somebody who has completed a diploma or degree course
receive an academic degree upon completion of one's studies; "She graduated in 1990"
confer an academic degree upon; "This school graduates 2,000 students each year"
a graduand who has attended a graduation ceremony and awarded a degree in person, or awarded in absentia
a individual who has successfully completed and picked up their degree in person or by proxy from a graduation ceremony
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a person who has met the requirements for a degree and been awarded it
a person who has successfully completed a program of study and been awarded the relevant academic qualification
a reflection of the kind of curriculum he/she has been following during the course of his/her studies
a student who completed locally-defined requirements for graduation
a student who has completed their program requirements and has received their testamur
a student who has had their award conferred/confirmed by the University Council
a student who has met the requirements for the locally defined high school diploma
a student who meets local school district qualifications for a diploma
Graduate, sometimes called postgraduate, programs lead to advanced degrees, diplomas and certificates for which a first degree is a prerequisite. Students in graduate programs are called graduate students.
As a noun, is used to refer to a holder of an academic degree or diploma; as a verb, it means to receive an academic degree or diploma.
One who has earned a degree from a school. Also, in the US, the programs offered beyond the Bachelor's level. ("He is a graduate of Yale University, and is now doing graduate work at Princeton.") In the U.K. and elsewhere, the word is postgraduate.
A person who has received his or her degree.
A student who has successfully completed their programme of study.
A student who has completed a course of study, either at high school or university level. A graduate program at a U.S. university is, in British English terms, a postgraduate study program. Graduate study is designed to lead towards a master's or doctorate and generally is open only to students who have completed an undergraduate degree.
a person who has completed the requirements of a course and has been admitted to a degree.
What you are when you've finished your degree! It is also a term used to describe a course offered only to graduates.
You are a graduate once you have successfully completed a course and been awarded a degree.
A person who has completed the requirements of a course and has had the award conferred.
A student who has satisfied graduation requirements (see the High School Certification Handbook).
A graduate is someone who has been awarded a degree.
Courses offered beyond the bachelor's degree level. Also, students who have received a bachelor's degree and who are enrolled in post-baccalaureate instruction.
a postsecondary student who possesses a bachelor's degree and is pursuing additional postsecondary education
A Master's or Doctoral degree program or student
A person who has had a degree conferred.
Someone who has attained a bachelor's or higher degree.
Of, intended for, or relating to studies beyond a bachelor's degree: graduate student.
A student who has completed a course of study, either at the high school or college level. A graduate program at a university is a study course for students who hold a bachelor's degree.
Graduand who has completed all the requirements of graduation and has attended the Graduation Ceremony or graduated in absentia. They hold a Certificate or Diploma in their qualification.
A graduate is a person who has been awarded a degree from a university. While studying for a degree students are known as an undergraduate. After the award of a degree they become a graduate. If they undertake further study after their degree (eg. Master's degree or PhD) theywill be known as a postgraduate student.
A student who has completed a course of study at a high school, college or university.
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A person who receives a certificate, degree or diploma from a school.
A student who has completed their program and has had the award conferred.
A person who has completed a qualification such as a degree or diploma.
Higher degrees you can earn after completing a bachelorâ€(tm)s degree. Some examples of graduate degrees you can earn are: MA (Master of Arts), MEd (Master of Education), PhD (Doctor of Philosophy).
GRD â€“ as in "graduate students" or "graduate studies." Refers to students who are pursuing a master's or doctoral degree.
Advanced studies beyond the baccalaureate degree. Also, a person pursuing these studies.
A person who has successfully completed a degree course.
University student who (usually) possesses an undergraduate (bachelor's) degree and has been admitted to a graduate, also known as post-graduate, program.
A student who has passed a course of study, either at the secondary or university level.
A graduate of the University is someone who has had a qualification conferred either at a graduation ceremony (held by the University in May and December each year), or in absentia (i.e. conferred by the University Council, with certificates dispatched directly to the recipient).
A person who has been awarded an academic degree after successfully completing a degree or diploma program at an educational institution.
A graduate is a person who has been awarded a degree from a University of College. While you are studying for a degree, you will be known as an undergraduate. After the award of a degree, you become a graduate. If you undertake further study after your degree (e.g. Master's Degree or PhD), you will be known as a postgraduate student.
To mark with degrees, lines or numbers needed for measuring.