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Education Guys: Guide to Technical Education

Bachelor's Degrees

A bachelor degree may last approximately four years, and is the standard undergraduate course of study offered by most major universities. The degree may combine two years of general liberal arts and sciences courses with two years of specialized courses reflecting the student's chosen field. The most common bachelor degrees are the humanities-centered Bachelor of Arts (BA) and the scientific-centered Bachelor of Science (BS). A bachelor degree may be the minimum level of education required for many professions today.

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