Translation of baccalaureate in Spanish:

baccalaureate

licenciatura, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbækəˈlɔriət/ /ˌbakəˈlɔːrɪət/

noun

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    licenciatura feminine
    • Recently, St. George's University began offering baccalaureate degree programs at its school of arts and sciences.
    • His baccalaureate and doctoral degrees are from the University of Pennsylvania.
    • The university could be offering a four-year baccalaureate degree program in midwifery through the faculty of nursing as early as September.
    • During a lifetime, the gap in earnings potential between a high school diploma and a baccalaureate degree is more than $1 million.
    • The consortium discovered that less than 50 percent of students followed a traditional path to the baccalaureate degree.
    • Many colleges, including my current institution, require an intensive service project for completion of the baccalaureate degree.
    • Most respondents had a baccalaureate degree or higher.
    • Sailors with a baccalaureate degree or higher are eligible to begin the teaching certification process to become an academic subject teacher.
    • Students would take the first two years of an undergraduate degree at the two-year college and transfer to a four-year institution to complete the baccalaureate.
    • Students graduating from baccalaureate programs are rarely expected to be seasoned experts in the competencies of their chosen field.
    • Many students who begin their journey toward the baccalaureate at a community college must weave their way through a tangled web to make the transition to a four-year institution.
    • Yet recent studies addressing baccalaureate attainment among students at two-year and four-year institutions have consistently found a substantial difference between the two groups of students.
    • I have 28 years of experience in nursing education at the diploma, associate, baccalaureate, and graduate levels.
    • Thus, a state's master plan for public higher education typically supports two-year colleges as the initial step in may students' pathways to the baccalaureate.
    • The American Association of Colleges of Nursing reports that of students enrolled in baccalaureate nursing programs in 2002, 9.6% were men.
    • Respondents were predominately women, were educated at the baccalaureate level, and had a mean of 9.24 years of nursing experience.
    • While in Lyon he continued his education, receiving his baccalaureate in philosophy in June 1941.
    • As the national and state economies move from the industrial to the information age, the need for individuals with baccalaureates is increasing.
    • He attended school in his home town and obtained his baccalaureate in 1881 at the age of seventeen.
    • My name is Joyce and I am a registered nurse with a baccalaureate in the science of nursing.
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    (in France)
    bachillerato masculine
    • To earn a high school diploma, students must take an exam called a baccalaureate.
    • Pupils taking a science baccalaureate would be obliged to study a foreign language and those studying the arts version would have to include basic maths and science.
    • The Harrogate and Knaresborough MP said the new baccalaureate should allow higher rewards for pupils taking subjects like maths.
    • His assiduous devotion to watersports is evidently not matched by an equal hunger for knowledge - he failed his baccalaureate last year.
    • Marie-Louise took the baccalaureate in elementary mathematics and at this stage encountered a particularly good piece of luck.
    • Brigitte travelled to Paris for his final year of schooling, living here with his aunt, but did not sit the baccalaureate.

adjective

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    baccalaureate degree licenciatura