33 Facts About Bachelor's degrees


In some institutions and educational systems, certain bachelor's degrees can only be taken as graduate or postgraduate educations after a first degree has been completed, although more commonly the successful completion of a bachelor's degree is a prerequisite for further courses such as a master's or a doctorate.

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In countries with qualifications frameworks, bachelor's degrees are normally one of the major levels in the framework.

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Bachelor's degrees in Algerian universities are called "????????" in Arabic or la licence in French; the degree normally takes three years to complete and is a part of the LMD reform, students can enroll in a bachelor's degree program in different fields of study after having obtained their baccalaureat.

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Honours Bachelor's degrees include the first-class degree, second-class Bachelor's degrees and the third-class degree, but not the pass.

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Master's and doctoral Bachelor's degrees are additional Bachelor's degrees for those seeking an academic career or a specific understanding of a field.

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Education in Canada is governed independently by each province and territory; however, a common framework for Bachelor's degrees was agreed to by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada, in 2007.

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In many universities and colleges, bachelor's degrees are differentiated either as bachelor's or as honours bachelor's degrees.

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The honours Bachelor's degrees are sometimes designated with the abbreviation in brackets of "".

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In contrast, Ontario legislation requires bachelor's degrees offered by Ontario colleges to be applied and vocationally focused.

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The Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Pharmacy are professional Bachelor's degrees awarded to students who complete a five-year course of study in the field at some universities.

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Since the undergraduate education system in China is modeled after its American counterpart, all of the Bachelor's degrees are adapted from those of the United States except for the issuing of the degree certificate.

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Since the undergraduate education system in Jordan is modeled after its American counterpart, all the Bachelor's degrees are adapted from those of the United States excepting the release of the degree certificate.

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However, these degrees were only recently introduced in some Continental European countries, where bachelor's degrees were unknown before the Bologna process.

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Also, associate Bachelor's degrees are rising in popularity on the undergraduate level in Europe.

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Historical situation in Austria was very similar to that in Germany, with the traditional first Bachelor's degrees being the magister and the diplom, which are master's-level qualifications.

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From 2004, bachelor's degrees have been reintroduced as part of the Bologna Process reforms.

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All bachelier Bachelor's degrees are equivalent to level 6 of the EQF, but have not been formally referenced.

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Bachelor's degrees degree was re-introduced at universities in Denmark in 1993, after the original degree was abandoned in 1775.

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Bachelor's degrees degree has been used since the late 1990s in a number of areas like nursing and teaching.

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Today, these Bachelor's degrees can be called either "Bakkalaureus" or "bachelor", but the English term is more common.

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Traditional degrees have been re-mapped to the new European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System point system to make them comparable to the new bachelor's degree.

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Today, the former and current licenciatura Bachelor's degrees are referred in Portugal, respectively, as pre-Bologna and post-Bologna licenciaturas.

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The official first-cycle degrees are comparable in terms of duration, scope, and educational outcomes to an Anglo-Saxon bachelor's degree.

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Meanwhile, the second-cycle degrees are comparable in terms of duration, scope, and educational outcomes to an Anglo-Saxon bachelor's + master's degrees combination if compared with the Anglo-Saxon system.

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Bachelor's degree is the standard undergraduate degree in the United Kingdom, with the most common degrees being the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science.

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The majority of bachelor's degrees are now honours degrees, although this has not always been the case historically.

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Honours Bachelor's degrees normally require 360 credits with a minimum of 90 at level 6, while ordinary Bachelor's degrees need 300 credits with a minimum of 60 at level 6.

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Honours Bachelor's degrees are subdivided into classes in the same way as the rest of the UK, depending on the overall grade achieved.

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Ordinary Bachelor's degrees are awarded to students who have completed three years at university studying a variety of related subjects.

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Ordinary Bachelor's degrees are at level 9 and require 360 credits with a minimum of 90 at level 9.

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Bachelor honours Bachelor's degrees include a major Independent research component, allowing students to develop skills that will enable them to proceed to further study or to work in research roles in industry.

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Originally, in the universities of Oxford, Cambridge and Dublin, all undergraduate Bachelor's degrees were in the faculty of arts, hence the name of the degree.

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Bachelor of Divinity, Bachelor of Theology, Bachelor of Religious Studies, Bachelor of Biblical Studies, and Bachelor of Religious Education Bachelor's degrees are awarded on completion of a program of study of divinity or related disciplines, such as theology, religious studies, or religious education.

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