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doctorate

The degree or status of a doctor as conferred by a university. A higher postgraduate qualification. See also DOCTOR OF MEDICINE.
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7) Of the 159 graduate learners responding to the survey, the majority of respondents (77%) indicated that doctoral education in dental hygiene is needed and the establishment of a dental hygiene doctoral degree is important to the profession (89%).
Scholarship grants under the program are Full Scholarship for Doctoral and Masters degrees, Thesis or Dissertation Grant, Scholarship for Foreign Masters and Doctoral Degrees, and other Grants, such as Advancement (Short-Term Program)and Post-Doctoral Fellowships locally or abroad.
443 students graduated from the College of Sciences of whom 411 students with bachelor degree, 27 students with master degree, and 5 students with doctoral degree.
Four hundred and forty-three students graduated from the College of Sciences of whom 411 students with bachelor degree, 27 students with master degree, and 5 students with doctoral degree.
The continued increase in the number of doctoral degrees for accredited graduate programs.
Using the American Association for Health Education (AAHE) Directory of Institutions the authors compiled a list of institutions offering doctoral degree programs (DDP).
Chang Shan-cheng pointed out that presently there are 400 new graduates with biotech doctoral degree a year, compared with demand of 140 by the industry.
Award: The Most Reverend Vincent Nichols (second row, yellow gown), waits to receive an honorary doctoral degree.
A vivid contrast to the isolation of the traditional model of the dissertation process was the MO, a component of a doctoral degree program at a private metropolitan university.
Summary: The famous Lebanese artist Majda Al Roumi was recently awarded an honorary doctoral degree by the American University in Beirut
Danton further examines the objectives of the programs, attrition and retention rates of LIS doctoral students, and the positions held by recent doctoral graduates, and then discusses the value of the doctoral degree to the profession and the discipline.

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