baccalaureates love

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  • noun Plural form of baccalaureate.

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  • However, baccalaureates and Master's degrees in fine art have become the union cards for artists since the second half of the 20th century, offering equal parts general education (on the undergraduate level) or critical theory (on the Master's side) and studio classes.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • However, baccalaureates and Master's degrees in fine art have become the union cards for artists since the second half of the 20th century, offering equal parts general education (on the undergraduate level) or critical theory (on the Master's side) and studio classes.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • This year the list of qualifications has been broadened so that baccalaureates and ONCs/ONDs are accepted alongside A-levels, Scottish Highers and their equivalents.h Career prospectsThe employability of graduates is assessed by looking at the proportion of graduates who find graduate-level employment, or study full-time, within six months of graduation.

    Guardian University Guide 2012: methodology

  • However, baccalaureates and Master's degrees in fine art have become the union cards for artists since the second half of the 20th century, offering equal parts general education (on the undergraduate level) or critical theory (on the Master's side) and studio classes.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • However, baccalaureates and Master's degrees in fine art have become the union cards for artists since the second half of the 20th century, offering equal parts general education (on the undergraduate level) or critical theory (on the Master's side) and studio classes.

    Daniel Grant: Universities to Artists: Get a Doctorate?

  • Granting baccalaureates increases the ability to recruit nurse educators as they are more likely to see the program as "authentic" over a program that can only grant an associate's degree.

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  • * Are three times more likely to earn a baccalaureate degree in economics and one and one-half times more likely to earn baccalaureates degrees in life sciences, physical sciences and mathematics than at a coeducational institution.

    Liz Neumark: There's No Place Like Home

  • Granting baccalaureates increases the ability to recruit nurse educators as they are more likely to see the program as "authentic" over a program that can only grant an associate's degree.

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  • These differences in male and female baccalaureates by age clearly reflect changing acceptability and standards of higher education for women across successive recent cohorts.

    The Population of the United States

  • Among those now approaching and entering retirement 60-69 years of age there are eighty to ninety percent more male than female baccalaureates.

    The Population of the United States

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