One belonging to the second of the four classes in an American college, or one next above a freshman.
1. n. Meaningless, self contradictory word derived from the Greek words meaning wise and foolish 2. n. Student with between 45 and 89 (arcane usage)
A student who has completed 30 credit hours or more, but who has not completed an associate degree.
A grade 10 student.
Class level designation for second-year student in undergraduate programs.
A degree-seeking undergraduate who has earned at least 30, but fewer than 60 semester credit hours.
A student who has completed at least 45 but not more than 89 term credits toward and undergraduate degree.
Refers to the second year of study for a bachelor's degree. Sophomore level is usually attained by completing 30-59 semester units.
used of the second year in United States high school or college; "the sophomore class"; "his sophomore year"
The classification of a student who has completed 32 to 63 semester credit hours.
A student who has earned 30 to 59 semester credits.
The class standing assigned to undergraduate students who have completed 30-59 semester credit hours towards graduation.
undergraduate who has earned 30-59 semester hours.
The second year of study in a four-year U.S. Bachelor's degree program, or a member of that class.
A student who has 30 or more semester hours of earned credit and is currently carrying at least 12 semester hours of work.
Three-year-old equine; termed a sophomore because horses don't start racing until they are two years old.
A student with at least 30 semester hours of credit earned.
undergraduate student with between 30–59 credit hours.
A student who has completed 30 to 59 college credit hours.
The designation for students that earned 30 to 59 hours at the end of the previous semester.
Traditional name for second-year students in four-year degree programs. At MC, a sophomore is any student who has earned at least 28 credit hours.
The second year of undergraduate study.
A three-year-old Thoroughbred.
A second-year student at the university. Student who has earned 30-59 credit hours is called
A second-year student at high school, college or university.
a student in the second year of high school, college or university.
the second year of study or a student with a specified amount of credits earned.
a student in the second year of study at a college or university
A 3-year-old horse is referred to as a sophomore.
A second-year student at a secondary school, college, or university.
A second-year undergraduate student.
The second year of college study beginning after the successful completion of 27 credits.