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Bachelor degree is awarded to a college or university student who has completes a level of academic standard, normally based on the duration of the training. There are two forms of Bachelor degrees:- Bachelor of Arts degree and Bachelor of Science degree (BS). There is a difference between these two kinds of degrees, not only in the fields of study but also in the emphasis within the fields of study.

The following bachelor courses can be offered:

  • Bachelor of Architecture
    • Bachelor of Biomedical Science
    • Bachelor of Business Administration
    • Bachelor of Clinical Science
    • Bachelor of Commerce
    • Bachelor of Computer Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Science in Construction Technology
    • Bachelor of Criminal Justice
    • Bachelor of Divinity
    • Bachelor of Economics
    • Bachelor of Education
    • Bachelor of Engineering
    • Bachelor of Fine Arts
    • Bachelor of Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Management
    • Bachelor of Music
    • Bachelor of Pharmacy
    • Bachelor of Philosophy
    • Bachelor of Social Work
    • Bachelor of Accountancy
    • Bachelor of Arts in American Studies
    • Bachelor of Arts in Biology
    • Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Actuarial
    • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
    • Bachelor of Science in Architecture
    • Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Biology
    • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
    • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Computer Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering and Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
      Bachelor of Science in Education Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
      Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
      Bachelor of Science in English Literature
      • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering
        Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

    • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Studies
    • Bachelor of Science in Food Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Forestry
    • Bachelor of Science in History
    • Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
    • Bachelor of Science in Integrated Science, Business and Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in International Relations
    • Bachelor of Science in Journalism
    • Bachelor of Science in Management
    • Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Marketing
    • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
    • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Meteorology
    • Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
    • Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology
    • Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience
    • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition science
    • Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering
    • Bachelor of Science in Podiatry
    • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology
    • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy
    • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
    • Bachelor of Science in Physics
    • Bachelor of Science in Plant Science
    • Bachelor of Science in Politics
    • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
    • Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
    • Bachelor of Science in Religion
    • etc.

A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. 

Within the area studied, graduates are posited to possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics; high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation or professional application; and the ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently. They are awarded after graduation from a university.
In some languages, a master's degree is called a magister, or a cognate can also be used for a person who has the degree.

There are various degrees of the same level, such as engineer's degrees, which have different names for historical reasons.

Master by Research
Master of Accountancy
Master of Applied Science
Master of Architecture
Master of Arts
Master of Bioinformatics
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business
Master of Business Informatics
Master of Chemistry
Master of City Planning
Master of Commerce
Master of Computational Finance
Master of Computer Applications
Master of Computer Science
Master of Counseling
Master of Criminal Justice
Master in Creative Technologies
Master of Economics
Master of Education
Master of Educational Technology
Master of Engineering
Master of Engineering Management
Master of Finance
Master of Financial Economics
Master of Financial Engineering
Master of Fine Arts
Master of Health Administration
Master of Health Science
Master of Humanities
Master of Industrial and Labor Relations
Master of International Affairs
Master of International Business
Masters in International Economics
Master of International Studies
Master of Information Management
Master of Information System Management
Master of Laws
Master of Studies in Law
Master of Landscape Architecture
Master of Management
Master of Mass Communication and Journalism

Master of Mathematics
Master of Mathematics and Computer Science
Master of Medical Science
Master of Music
Master of Pharmacy
Master of Philosophy
Master of Physician Assistant Studies
Master of Physics
Master of Political Science
Master of Professional Studies
Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Affairs
Master of Public Diplomacy
Master of Public Health
Master of Public Policy
Master of Public Management
Master of Public Relations
Master of Real Estate Development
Master of Religious Education
Master of Science in Cyber Security
Master of Science in Education
Master of Science in Engineering
Master of Science in Finance
Master of Science in Human Resource
Master of Science in Information Assurance
Master of Science in Information Systems
Master of Science in Information Technology
Master of Science in Leadership
Master of Science in Management
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Project Management
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management
Master of Science in Teaching
Master of Social Science
Master of Social Work
Master of Statistics
Master of Theological Studies
Master of Technology
Master of Theology
Master of Urban Planning
Master of Veterinary Science

 

 

A doctorate is an academic degree or professional degree that, in most countries, qualifies the holder to teach at the university level in the specific field of his or her degree, or to work in a specific profession. 
The research doctorate, or the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and its equivalent titles, represents the highest academic qualification. 


While the structure of U.S. doctoral programs is more formal and complex than in some other systems, it is important to note that the research doctorate is not awarded for the preliminary advanced study that leads to doctoral candidacy, but rather for successfully completing and defending the independent research presented in the form of the doctoral dissertation (thesis).
Several first-professional degrees use the term “doctor” in their title, such as the Juris Doctor and the US version of the Doctor of Medicine, but these degrees do not contain an independent research component or require a dissertation (thesis) and should not be confused with PhD degrees or other research doctorates.


There are several programs, which can be offered in the doctorate level. Training take three year to six year. It should not take more than six year.
The admission is mostly throughout the year.