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graduate

1. 
a. a person who has been awarded a first degree from a university or college
b. (as modifier): a graduate profession
2. US and Canadian a student who has completed a course of studies at a high school and received a diploma
3. US a container, such as a flask, marked to indicate its capacity

graduate

[′graj·ə·wət]
(chemistry)
A cylindrical vessel that is calibrated in fluid ounces or milliliters or both; used to measure the volume of liquids.
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The government only pays for those specific services and incremental costs provided and incurred by the affiliated university; consequently, the affiliated universities convey graduate degrees to students enrolled in AMEDD graduate programs at cost rate per degree that is substantially discounted from normal tuition costs at the affiliated university.
Combine the graduate programs of the various biomedically-oriented departments across the USC campus.
The following case study depicts an African American student's experience in her graduate program in the context of an initial session with a career counselor.
Today, Barry University continues to lead the way by introducing a new major in e-commerce last spring in both its undergrad and graduate programs at the Andreas School of Business.
What do you know of students from other Biology graduate programs, as it relates to stress levels?
Berkeley's law school, for example, bases its admissions almost exclusively on LSAT scores and grades, while its nonprofessional graduate programs and medical schools have long considered a wider range of criteria, including socioeconomic background.
When other graduate programs began accepting women, Saint Mary's phased out its program and returned to its exclusive concentration on undergraduate education.
Information about graduate programs may be obtained in several ways.
The recent revision of ALA's Standards for Accreditation of Master's Programs in Library and Information Studies (American Library Association, 1992) is a necessary starting point for any consideration of graduate programs of education.
All university graduate programs are drawing from the same small pool.
This comes on the heels of an announcement made earlier this year by ETS - the administrator of the GRE, the admissions exam required by most graduate programs - that in 2009, global registration for the exam topped 675,000, a 9% increase over the prior year.
The Fall 2015 Graduate Program Rankings is a comprehensive list of the best graduate programs in the country--

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