degree

All Noun
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  • It was the first Chinese university providing four year degree modern higher education.
  • It now offers four year degrees in health care management and general business management.
  • However, she dropped out one year into her two-year degree.
  • There was also a greater degree of freedom within the media.
  • The school offers two- and four-year degrees in the above areas.
  • Courses range from one year full-time through to three or four year degrees.
  • There are many different ways to build a network with a power-law degree distribution.
  • He was not interested in academic studies, and obtained a second-class degree.
  • However, they can usually read the language to some degree.
  • Rugby union is also played on the island to a minor degree.
  • He received his third class degree in sociology after three years of study.
  • Nearly every one had a four-year degree and several had completed graduate courses.
  • Most of the degrees offered are in the health-care field.
  • Currently, eight four-year degrees can be completed entirely on-site.
  • Not all courses required to complete a degree may be offered online.
  • The degree takes four years of full-time study to achieve.
  • Not all information is equal and so not all information requires the same degree of protection.
  • Two-year degrees were established in criminal justice, business administration, and office administration.
  • Each division offers two- and four-year degree programs.
  • A company must have some degree of market power to practice price discrimination.
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Meaning of degree

  • noun A position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
    a moderate grade of intelligence, a high level of care is required, it is all a matter of degree
  • noun A specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process
    a remarkable degree of frankness, at what stage are the social sciences?
  • noun A measure for arcs and angles
    there are 360 degrees in a circle
  • noun The highest power of a term or variable
  • noun A unit of temperature on a specified scale
    the game was played in spite of the 40-degree temperature
  • noun The seriousness of something (e.g., a burn or crime)
    murder in the second degree, a second degree burn