Noun(1) a farewell sermon to a graduating class at their commencement ceremonies(2) an academic degree conferred on someone who has successfully completed undergraduate studies
(1) Many colleges, including my current institution, require an intensive service project for completion of the baccalaureate degree.(2) Students graduating from baccalaureate programs are rarely expected to be seasoned experts in the competencies of their chosen field.(3) Recently, St. George's University began offering baccalaureate degree programs at its school of arts and sciences.(4) The American Association of Colleges of Nursing reports that of students enrolled in baccalaureate nursing programs in 2002, 9.6% were men.(5) Yet recent studies addressing baccalaureate attainment among students at two-year and four-year institutions have consistently found a substantial difference between the two groups of students.(6) His assiduous devotion to watersports is evidently not matched by an equal hunger for knowledge - he failed his baccalaureate last year.(7) During a lifetime, the gap in earnings potential between a high school diploma and a baccalaureate degree is more than $1 million.(8) While in Lyon he continued his education, receiving his baccalaureate in philosophy in June 1941.(9) Brigitte travelled to Paris for his final year of schooling, living here with his aunt, but did not sit the baccalaureate .(10) He attended school in his home town and obtained his baccalaureate in 1881 at the age of seventeen.(11) Students would take the first two years of an undergraduate degree at the two-year college and transfer to a four-year institution to complete the baccalaureate .(12) The university could be offering a four-year baccalaureate degree program in midwifery through the faculty of nursing as early as September.(13) Many students who begin their journey toward the baccalaureate at a community college must weave their way through a tangled web to make the transition to a four-year institution.(14) Most respondents had a baccalaureate degree or higher.(15) The Harrogate and Knaresborough MP said the new baccalaureate should allow higher rewards for pupils taking subjects like maths.(16) My name is Joyce and I am a registered nurse with a baccalaureate in the science of nursing.
(1) baccalaureate :: baccalaureate
1. bachelor's degree ::
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