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Bachelor of Science, a first degree in a science subject.‘he graduated with a BSc in Mathematics’‘Sue Russell, BSc’
degree holder, person with a degreeView synonyms
- ‘The BSc course academically qualifies graduates to full membership of the IAVI.’
- ‘Last November, he was presented with a special Alumni Achievement Award from University College Cork where he studied for two degrees, a BSc and an MSc.’
- ‘Born in Leytonstone, London, the son of a teacher and a journalist, he attended his local comprehensive and graduated in 1988 from City university with a BSc in actuarial sciences.’
- ‘He was educated at the University of Toronto, where he obtained his Honours BSc and graduate degrees, MSc and PhD.’
- ‘He used his time in prison to gain an external BSc degree in economics from the University of London.’
- ‘He graduated with his BSc in civil engineering from the University of Manitoba in 1962.’
- ‘He matriculated at Queen's College and graduated with a BSc and HDE from Rhodes University’
- ‘After leaving school, he spent three years at the University of Plymouth, where he was awarded a BSc Hons degree in Meteorology and Oceanography.’
- ‘Askham Bryan offers foundation degrees in agriculture or land management, countryside management and a BSc degree in sustainable land use.’
- ‘A new degree course, the BSc in Public Health and Health Promotion, is to follow on from the National Diploma in Health Science and Physiology next September.’
- ‘So, it is possible to gain a BSc degree that includes several arts subjects or a BA that includes science and management courses.’
- ‘An Edinburgh University senate meeting will consider closing the BSc social work degree after this year's autumn induction.’
- ‘Nicholas has just completed a BSc in sports science at Manchester Metropolitan University.’
- ‘Deborah, an experienced diver, gained a BSc in zoology at Bangor University before completing her Masters degree in ecology.’
- ‘Following very successful completion of this course she progressed to the BSc Agriculture with Animal Science course.’
- ‘Merran grew up in Alberta and completed her undergraduate training at the University of Alberta, graduating with a BSc in Household Economics in 1933.’
- ‘He attended the University of Fort Hare, where he obtained his BSc degree in 1978.’
- ‘Well, last year I completed my BSc in Environmental Sciences at UEA.’
- ‘He was educated in Tripoli at a normal school before taking a BSc in Engineering Science at the Al-Fateh University in Tripoli in 1994.’
- ‘With ten years as a paramedic with Cumbria Ambulance Service already under her belt, Chris undertook a three-year BSc degree to qualify as an emergency care practitioner.’
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