Definitions for "Bachelor’s Degree"
An undergraduate degree awarded by the university college upon the successful completion of an academic program. A bachelor’s degree usually takes four to six years to complete. Officially know as a baccalaureate.
An academic credential from a university earned after completing a specific program of study. Typically, the program of study will include a general education component, a major, degree related requirements, and electives and/or a minor. The minimum number of credits is 120 hours.
The credential awarded to students who satisfy the requirements of a four-year undergraduate programme in arts, criminal justice, gerontology, Journalism, or social work, or an intensive post-baccalaureate programme in education or social work.