upper-division

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upper-division

[ˌʌpədɪˈvɪʒən] ADJ upper-division student (US) → estudiante mf de tercer or cuarto año
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South Carolina) presents a textbook for graduate or upper-division undergraduate students of computer science and electrical engineering students who are fluent in a higher level programming language, preferably one related to C.
of California, Los Angeles) lead upper-division undergraduate students who have a strong biology background and some lab experience through the process of a research project in a one-semester lab course in microbial ecology and molecular evolution to investigate the extent of bacterial diversity in terrestrial ecosystems.
A few of the "prototypical urban universities" of the future that set the pace for the future are upper-division only.
Comprehensive in its coverage and suitable for graduate students, upper-division undergraduate students, and professionals in a wide range of health-related disciplines, this new text is a full-scale, pedagogically rich introduction to fundamental ideas and procedures in epidemiology.
All of PAC's adult ballet classes and many upper-division classes have live accompaniment.
However, upper-division undergraduate students in Christology, soteriology, or historical theology as a whole would still benefit from it.
What this agreement means for a Registered Nurse with an active Maryland license is that he or she can take all pre-requisite courses for a BSN at another university or a local community college, transfer them in to the BSN program (up to 70 credits), and receive an additional 30 upper-division credits (advanced placement) in nursing based on passing the licensure exam.
The College offers upper-division undergraduate and graduate business and technology degree and certificate programs to 4,600 students at campuses in Troy, Novi, and Clinton Township, as well as online.
One of the winners in this particular spree will be OSU-Cascades, the struggling upper-division college that is housed on the campus of Central Oregon Community College.
Instead of the traditional day-long marathon of upper-division finals, Div.
Hillman said the college would have to get board permission to offer any other upper-division courses.
in large introductory psychology courses), most upper-division courses, featuring smaller class sizes and broadly trained students, can be easily modified to feature a service-learning component that allows for student participation in the learning process.