Bachelor Degrees

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Technological University Of Panama - History
... UTP started with six bachelor degrees and fifteen technical careers ... it offers forty-three (43) advanced careers, twenty-eight (28) bachelor degrees and twenty-one (21) technical careers ... There are 131 careers at different levels, as follows 2 Doctorate studies, 40 master degrees, 26 postgraduated courses, 1 Professor Career, 4 Specializations, 8 ...
List Of Tagged Degrees - Bachelor Degrees
... Bachelor of Architecture Bachelor of Biomedical Science Bachelor of Business Administration Bachelor of Clinical Science Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor ...
BBIM - Variations - Australasia - New Zealand
... In New Zealand, only recognised institutions—usually universities—have degree-awarding powers ... Most bachelor's degrees are three years full-time, but certain degrees such as the bachelor of laws and the bachelor of engineering degrees require four years of study ... A bachelor of medicine degree requires a minimum of six years ...
BBIM - Variations - Europe - Denmark
... The bachelor's degree was re-introduced at universities in Denmark in 1993, after the original degree baccalaureus was abandoned in 1775 ... The bachelor's degree is awarded after three or four years of study at a university and follows a scheme quite similar to the British one ... Two bachelor degrees are given at the university level today Bachelor of science (BSc), awarded to students with main focus on scientific, medical or technical areas ...

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    James Madison (1751–1836)

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    Herman Melville (1819–1891)