The degree received AFTER completing a specific program of undergraduate study as well as the completion of all graduation requirements.
First (undergraduate) degree from a tertiary institution.
The degree awarded after a student has completed the equivalent of four years post-secondary study or the equivalent number of credits.
The degree generally awarded after three or four years' study at higher education level. First-degree courses in Architecture, Veterinary Medicine and Dentistry requires five or six years, while Medicine takes six years.
A bachelor's degree is a four-year degree requiring a minimum of 120 hours of earned credit hours. The most common are the Bachelor of Arts (BA), the Bachelor of Science (BS), the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), and the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA).
The degree for undergraduate college programs usually requiring four years of study. Also called the baccalaureate degree.
() a university or college degree earned after completing at least four years of full-time study following high school
Degree conferred by an institution of higher learning after the student has accumulated a certain number of undergraduate credits. Usually, a bachelor's degree takes four years to earn, and it is a prerequisite for studies in a graduate program.
an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
A bachelor's degree is a first university degree in a field, for example, Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Administration. Also called an undergraduate degree.
The first four years of university study are known as undergraduate study and usually lead to a bachelor's degree. All bachelor's programs include general education in the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities and a field of specialization called the major. The major may be combined with one or two related areas of study called minors.
A university degree for which a student follows an undergraduate program.
the formal name for a four-year undergraduate degree. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) is awarded to majors in traditional arts and sciences fields; the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) is awarded in Theater; the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is awarded in Nursing; and the Bachelor of Science (BS) is awarded in a number of professional programs and in Education.
Awarded in the U.S. after four years of full-time residential study (two to five years in other countries), or, typically, the earning of 120 to 128 semester units by any means.
first degree awarded by a university or a degree-granting college after three or four years of full-time study or completion of a specified number of credits by part-time study.
For an undergraduate student seeking a first teaching license, a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree from an accredited college or university resulting from the completion of an undergraduate program in which the student has satisfactorily met the requirements for a major in one or more academic subjects in the arts or sciences or for a major appropriate to the instructional field of the license sought. For a post-baccalaureate student, a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree resulting from the completion of an undergraduate program in which the student has satisfactorily met its requirements.
This is the undergraduate degree offered by four-year colleges and universities. The Bachelor of Arts degree requires that a portion of the student's studies be dedicated to the arts - literature, language, music, etc. The Bachelor of Science degree requires that a portion of the studies be in the sciences - chemistry, biology, math, etc. The minimum credit hour requirement for a Bachelor's Degree is 120 hours.
The degree awarded by four year colleges and universities. There are different types of bachelor's degrees such as B.A. - Bachelor of Arts; B.S. - Bachelor of Science; and B.F.A. Bachelor of Fine Arts. Each four-year institution makes its own determination about the type of bachelors degrees it offers and the qualifications necessary for receiving one or the other. Back to the top
An academic degree awarded after a learner earns a specified number of credits according to the requirements of a college or university degree program. In the United States, that number of credits usually represents four to five years of full-time college or university study.
Degree of higher learning conferred by IUB after the student has accumulated a certain number of undergraduate credits. Usually a bachelor's degree takes four - years to earn and this is a pre-requisite for studies in a graduate program.
A first-level degree granted upon completion of a course of study in a given field and based on at least four years of college work, or the equivalent thereof.
(baccalaureate degree): Awarded for a four-year degree.
The highest undergraduate award offered at the University of Sydney. A Bachelor's degree course normally requires three or four years of full-time study (or the part-time equivalent). (See also Award Course)
This is the first level of degrees offered by universities. It takes between three and five years to earn this degree. When you have completed the program, you will be awarded your degree at a graduation ceremony known as convocation.
a program lasting 4 to 5 years, including general education, a major, and electives leading to degrees like a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in the humanities and arts or a Bachelor of Science (BS) in the natural sciences or professional/technical fields.
A program of study that usually takes three or four years of full-time study to complete. The four year degree (or Honours) is a more intensive and in-depth study of the discipline and is often the prerequisite for graduate studies, such as a master's program.
Undergraduate degree signifying successful completion of the Manoa General Education Core, major, elective, and credit requirements of the University and of an academic unit.
A level of education marked by the completion of the equivalent of four or more years of full-time education (at least 124 semester units or 180 quarter units). Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are offered by the California State University system, the University of California system, and many private colleges and universities.
A bachelor's degree is a degree granted by a college or a university after the equivalent of 4 years of full-time study. For this reason, colleges and universities are sometimes referred to as "four-year schools," or "four-year institutions." A bachelor's degree is usually at least 120 academic credits, while an associate's degree is usually 60 credits. If you want to earn a bachelor's degree, you can transfer the credits from your associate's degree to a college or university that grants bachelor's degrees, for example, ECSU or UConn.
A first or undergraduate degree, normally requiring at least three years of full-time study.
Awarded after four years of study at a college or university. Also referred to as an undergraduate degree.
A degree granted by a college/university after three or four years of undergraduate studies.
A bachelor's degree is awarded upon successful completion of a program of study. Traditionally a Bachelor's degree must be completed before one can embark on a Master's or Doctoral degree program. Bachelor's degree programs are also known as "undergraduate programs" and people studying in them are referred to as undergraduates.
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A four-year degree from an accredited college or university. A Bachelor's degree is required to obtain a Washington State teaching certificate.
The undergraduate degree granted by four-year colleges and universities.
The degree granted for completing a program requiring at least 124 credits of undergraduate study. Also called Baccalaureate degree. Mott Community College provides the first 2 years of most bachelor's degree programs.
a bachelor's degree is awarded upon completion of a program of study. Traditionally a bachelor's degree is four years in length.
The degree given for successful completion of the undergraduate curriculum at a four-year college or a university. Also called a baccalaureate degree.
Degree awarded upon completion of approximately four years of full-time study in the liberal arts and sciences or professional subjects. It is a prerequisite to study in a graduate program.
First degree usually obtained after three years or more of full-time study.
A four-year degree. Basic requirements include: (1) at least 128 semester hours--32 must be from Miami; (2) at least a 2.0 cumulative g.p.a.; (3) fulfillment of the Miami Plan; (4) fulfillment of divisional and major requirements.
A degree obtained by completing 120+ credit hours. The first 60 hours are usually made up of general education classes and the final 60+ hours consist of major-specific coursework.
An award (baccalaureate or equivalent degree, as determined by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education) that normally requires at least four years but not more than five years of full-time equivalent college-level work. This includes ALL bachelor's degrees conferred in a five-year cooperative (work-study plan) program. (A cooperative plan provides for alternate class attendance and employment in business, industry, or government; thus, it allows students to combine actual work experience with their college studies.) Also, it includes bachelor's degrees in which the normal four years of work are completed in three years.
Also referred to as a baccalaureate degree. Given upon completion of four years of full-time study (at least 120 credit hours) or the equivalent. The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recognize three types of bachelor's degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of (Specialty).
An undergraduate degree requiring, at the University of Utah, at least 120 semester student credit hours. The most common bachelor's degrees offered by the University include the B.S. (Bachelor of Science), B.A. (Bachelor of Arts), and B.F.A. (Bachelor of
A degree awarded by a four-year college or university after satisfactory completion of an organized program usually consisting of approximately 120 units.
undergraduate, traditionally a 4-year degree. The two most common types of bachelor's degrees are bachelor of arts and bachelor of science. They are sometimes referred to as baccalaureate degrees.
undergraduate degree of university education which may take from three to five years to complete. In Job Futures, the reference to Bachelor's degree or level includes undergraduate diploma or certificate programs which may take from one to two years to complete.
A degree granted for the successful completion of a baccalaureate program of studies, usually requiring at least 4 years (or the equivalent) of full-time college-level study. This term includes degrees granted in a cooperative or work-study program.
Awarded by a four-year college or university after satisfactory completion of a program of study.
First degree granted by a four-year college, university or professional school after completion of a three or four year postsecondary program.
Academic degree qualifying for entry into a profession. It can be obtained after a standard period of study of at least 3 and at most 4 years at university and equivalent institutions of higher education. Together with the Master`s degree, the Bachelor`s degree is part of a recently introduced graduation system of consecutive degrees that exists alongside the traditional system of higher education qualifications.
A level of education marked by the completion of the equivalent of four or more years of full-time education (at least 180 quarter credits or 120 semester credits). Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Music degrees are offered by the state schools within the Oregon University System and by private colleges and universities.
A bachelor's degree (Artium Baccalaureus, A.B. or B.A.) is usually an undergraduate academic degree awarded for a course or major that generally lasts for three, four, or in some cases and countries, five or six years. It may also be the name of a postgraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Civil Law (granted by the University of Oxford.)