Degrees

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Vidyasagar University - Organisation - Teaching and Degrees
... is only responsible for conducting the bachelors degree examination and conferring bachelor's degrees to students ... University himself offers postgraduate degrees (M.Sc, M.A, M.Com, M.Phil) to the students and it also offers Ph.D degrees to the students of their own department as well as specialized institutions ...
Verdigris, Oklahoma - Climate
... The average annual temperature is sixty degrees ... On average, sixty six days annually are above ninety degrees and twenty five days annually have a temperature of twenty degrees or lower ...
Unimelb - Melbourne Model - Professional-entry Masters Degrees
... A number of professional degrees are available only for graduate entry ... These degrees are at a Masters level according to the Australian Qualification Framework, but are named "masters" or "doctorate" following the practice ... The professional degrees are Juris Doctor Doctor of Medicine Doctor of Dental Surgery Doctor of Optometry Doctor of Physiotherapy Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Master of Animal Science ...
Chess Bitboards - Rotated
... These bitboards rotate the bitboard positions by 90 degrees, 45 degrees, and/or 315 degrees ... By rotating the bitboard 90 degrees, rook attacks across a file can be examined the same way ... Adding bitboards rotated 45 degrees and 315 degrees produces bitboards in which the diagonals are easy to examine ...
Eastman School Of Music - Degrees Offered
... The school offers Bachelor of Music (B.M.) degrees, Master of Arts (M.A.) degrees, Master of Music (M.M.) degrees, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees ...

Famous quotes containing the word degrees:

    Always the laws of light are the same, but the modes and degrees of seeing vary.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    When a thought of Plato becomes a thought to me,—when a truth that fired the soul of Pindar fires mine, time is no more. When I feel that we two meet in a perception, that our two souls are tinged with the same hue, and do as it were run into one, why should I measure degrees of latitude, why should I count Egyptian years?
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    For the profit of travel: in the first place, you get rid of a few prejudices.... The prejudiced against color finds several hundred millions of people of all shades of color, and all degrees of intellect, rank, and social worth, generals, judges, priests, and kings, and learns to give up his foolish prejudice.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)