from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Bachelor of Science
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- abbr. Bachelor of Science (degree)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Baccalaureus Scientiæ, or Bachelor of Science.
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And my BSc was a double major : Computer Science and...
I hasten to add that this course is dry and dire, and I’m taking it to finish my BSc, which is a disgraceful attitude, I know.
He studied at Paisley College of Technology (now the University of Paisley) and the University of Strathclyde, receiving a BSc in Chemistry, then an MBA.
I have a BSc, do you have a degree from an accredited university?
The typical total cost for OU BA/ BSc (Hons) is between £4,200 and £5,860 compared with £10,125 elsewhere (2011-12).
Three years for a BSc, one year for a MSc and three years for a PhD are likely to lead to a total debt that is north of £50,000.
Many of us felt bad that we were doing BSc, and not BE.
Amy Sugden, 19, who attended a summer school at Bristol then went on to the university to study for a BSc in childhood studies, said: Previous to the summer school, I'd never left Torquay, and going to a different place was exciting – the environment at university, which was more independent.
"Footballers are not generally known for their intelligence, and upon reading about David Wetherall, a hero of my childhood, I learned that he attained a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Sheffield," begins Karl Corrick.
I'm studying a BSc in psychology, but I'm learning about alien abduction, hypnotists, and sociology.