An award requiring three or four years full-time or equivalent part-time study at a university. List of courses at SCU
A bachelor degree is also called an undergraduate degree. A bachelor degree can be designated in different ways, according to the faculty a student takes a degree in, for example BA means Bachelor of Arts, BSc means Bachelor of Science, BEng means Bachelor of Engineering.
An award requiring three or four years full-time, equivalent part-time, or sandwich study.
An undergraduate university degree program â€” usually a four-year program.
Usually the first degree taken, the bachelor degree is the title for an undergraduate degree course, for example, Bachelor of Science
a must, an advanced degree preferred
a must and Masters Degree in a relevant organization performance field or MBA is desired
an undergraduate or first degree
a pre-requisite for all Graduate Degree programs
a two year qualification
An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those who complete the undergraduate curriculum. Also called baccalaureate.
The basic (first) undergraduate degree.
an award following completion of an undergraduate course of at least three years full time (or equivalent part time), designed to provide a systematic introduction to a field of study, with some specialisation at a deeper level of content and knowledge, and to the underlying principles and concepts and associated problem-solving skills, eg Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Fine Arts.
An award usually requiring three or four years full-time or the equivalent part-time study.
This degree is normally the first degree earned at a four-year college or university and generally requires four academic years of full-time study.
level 7 qualification awarded after satisfactory completion of and achievement in a course or programme that provides a systematic, research-based introduction to a coherent body of knowledge, its underlying principles and concepts, associated usages and applications, and analytical and problem-solving techniques. (See Register)
An undergraduate award of 240 or more credit points that is commonly the entry qualification for many professions or further studies.
A first or undergraduate degree (Level 7 qualification), normally requiring at least three years of full-time study.
Sometimes called 4-year degrees, these are awarded by 4-year colleges and universities and consist of major, general education and elective courses. Students may transfer to a university as a Junior upon completion of 60 transferable units.
A program of study requiring three to four years of full-time study, or part-time equivalent. Also referred to as degree, program (of study) or course.
an â€˜undergraduateâ€™ course that usually takes from three to five years to complete. For example, Bachelor of Science (BSc).
An undergraduate award of 3 or more years of full-time study and is commonly the entry qualification for many professions.
A degree usually awarded by a four-year college or university after the completion of a postsecondary program beyond the completion of high school, consisting of approximately 120 credit hours, which takes about four years of full-time academic study. The bachelor's degree prepares graduates for entrance into the workforce or for progression toward a graduate degree or certification. Common abbreviations for popular bachelor's degrees are B.A. (Bachelor of Arts), B.S. (Bachelor of Science), B.S.N. (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), and B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration.) Go to http://www.elearners.com/online-degrees/bachelor/ to search online bachelor degrees.