An undergraduate degree awarded by the university college upon the successful completion of an academic program. A bachelorâ€™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.
First degree awarded by a university after three or four years of full-time study. See also general, honours.
The degree awarded upon completion of approximately four years of full time study in the liberal arts and sciences or professional subjects.
It is the first level of university degrees, for example, a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Science. It is also referred to as an undergraduate degree.
A four-year degree from a college, university or professional school; usually requires at least 124 credit hours.
An academic award given for completing undergraduate college programs usually requiring four years of study. Also called the baccalaureate degree.
Degree earned upon completion of an undergraduate program, typically four years, at a college or university.
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 bachelorâ€™s degree programs.