Undergraduate

  • (noun): A university student who has not yet received a first degree.
    Synonyms: undergrad

Some articles on undergraduate, undergraduates:

External Examiner - Undergraduate Examinations
... In undergraduate examinations, external examiners typically see, and have to approve, draft examination questions before the papers are set and they will mark the work, or review the marks, of at least a sample of ... In the case of undergraduate examinations in broad disciplines, there are commonly several external examiners with different areas of expertise on a board of examiners ...
Mount Angel Abbey - Seminary
... The Seminary has two programs, for undergraduate studies and for graduate studies ... The undergraduate program is devoted towards a bachelor's degree in Philosophy ... Many of the students from the undergraduate degree program continue on to study in Rome, San Francisco, Chicago, Leuven, and Washington D.C ...
Chapman University - Rankings and Titles
... Undergraduate and graduate school enrollment has doubled since 1992 ... of Business and Economics ranked 46th in the nation by BusinessWeek for the undergraduate business program in 2009 ... The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine ranked the Argyros School 10th for undergraduate and 9th for graduate entrepreneurship programs nationally in ...
Dartmouth College Publications - Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science
... The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science (DUJS) is a student-run science journal and the only science journal at Dartmouth ... articles of various disciplines written by undergraduates as well as independent research, review articles, interviews with faculty members, and more ... was recognized by 'Nature as one of the top undergraduate science journals in the country in 2007 ...
Arcadia University - Undergraduate Programs
... The university offers over 75 fields of study, in its undergraduate programs ... Undergraduate majors are offered in the College of Business, Health, and Sciences (CBHS) and the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences ...