- post·bac·ca·lau·re·ate, adjective
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How to use baccalaureate in a sentence
Enrollment in baccalaureate and higher-degree nursing programs increased in 2020, according to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, and nurse practitioner graduates have swelled in recent years too.Contract Nurse Agencies Are Making Big Money in the Age of COVID-19. Are They 'Exploiting' the Pandemic? | Abigail Abrams | February 23, 2022 | Time
I was busy finishing up requirements for my International baccalaureate diploma, and a month later I got my report card, and it said I was failing English.What happened to America’s teens when coronavirus disrupted high school? | Moriah Balingit | October 28, 2021 | Washington Post
AB 927 authorizes Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges to establish permanent district baccalaureate degree programs.Sacramento Report: The Bills San Diego Agencies Want Passed | Sara Libby | April 23, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
It would be easy to mistake the International baccalaureate School at Bartow High School for a typical suburban high school.Inside Bartow High, One of America’s Best High Schools | Eliza Shapiro | May 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The president preached the baccalaureate sermon from Gen. 5:24.
To this was added, that he was seeking the degree following the baccalaureate, that of Master of Arts.The Life of Philip Melanchthon | Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
I got my baccalaureate from French Government in 1941—first part.Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
A dozen had taken the baccalaureate, and were proudly repeating the pirouettes and spread-eagles of that degree.
The baccalaureate sermon, delivered by Professor Francis, was very appropriate and touching.
British Dictionary definitions for baccalaureate
the university degree of Bachelor or Arts, Bachelor of Science, etc
an internationally recognized programme of study, comprising different subjects, offered as an alternative to a course of A levels in Britain
US a farewell sermon delivered at the commencement ceremonies in many colleges and universities
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