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bachelor's degree

noun
1.
a degree awarded by a college or university to a person who has completed undergraduate studies.
Also called baccalaureate.
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  • Oftentimes the bachelors degree is so dumbed down its contents begins to resemble what is taught in high school.
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  • Still, as the price of a bachelors degree continues to rise, graduation rates have stagnated.
  • bachelors degree in natural resources, environmental planning or environmentally related program.
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