bachelor's degree

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I," brags the Dominican, "am a Fully-Qualified Bachelor of Sacred Theology (Sacrae Theologiae Baccalaureus Formatus), while you are an idiot.
Erasmus, with his hatred of braggarts and hypocrites, also ridicules the title Baccalaureus Formatus (and that of Cursor) in an anecdote in which he describes a monk as "theologiae baccalaureus, currens an sedens, formatus an mox formandus, incertum" (Adagia 1498, LB.
This ancient practice has given us the term 'bachelor' as applied to recipients of degrees, via the French bachelier, from baccalaureus or laurel berry," according to Rushforth.
Gibbs received his artium baccalaureus degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a master of liberal arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Along the way he was awarded -- painfully slowly in his father's view -- the Baccalaureus in Tubingen and the Magister Artium in Heidelberg and finally a medical doctor degree from an unspecified Italian university.
He is inordinately proud when Zeno finally receives his Baccalaureus degree and has announced a home visit.
He received his undergraduate Artium Baccalaureus (A.
Nadat sy haar Baccalaureus graad in wetenskap in Suid-Dakota voltooi het, het sy na Arandis teruggekeer waar sy by die Kolin Stigting skool gehou het tot sy tot onderwysamptenaar op Swakopmund bevorder is.