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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Called a "2+2 articulation agreement" because it combines the two years of lower-division study at the community college level with the two years of upper-division work at a university, the agreement allows Redlands students who complete an associate in science degree in agriculture to be admitted directly into Cameron, where they can work toward a bachelor's degree in agriculture.
In a college-level textbook for upper-division courses in sports nutrition, Dunford and Doyle weave together nutrition and exercise to attain the goals of optimal performance and good health.
The peer influence could be different if upper-division students were included in the research.
Brooks (electrical and computer engineering, Clemson U., 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.
Under the new agreements the USF housing office will refer eligible upper-division, transfer and graduate students to the affiliated properties as alternative housing options when the demand for on-campus housing exceeds the university's present capacity.
This article examines the writing-related knowledge the writer gained from extracurricular engagements with stand-up comedy, poetry, and sports journalism and argues that he draws upon this knowledge to enhance his performance in a writing-intensive upper-division kinesiology class.
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.
At large universities, first year introductory classes are often held in lecture halls with hundreds of students (Poirier & Feldman, 2007), whereas upper-division, or third and fourth year classes, are typically smaller in size.
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.
Over a period of three years, the authors (a faculty member serving as cross-campus writing consultant, a full-time assistant writing coordinator, and two graduate students) conducted interviews with students from a wide range of majors as they were finishing a general education upper-division writing requirement.
It is intended to serve as a teaching text for graduate or upper-division courses and as a reference text for those interested in wave propagation in layered media.