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graduate

 [graj´oo-at]
1. person who has received a degree from a university or college.
2. a measuring vessel marked by a series of lines.

grad·u·ate

(grad'yū-ăt),
A vessel, usually of glass and suitably marked, used for measuring the volume of liquids; graduate cylinder.
[Mediev. L. graduatus, fr. L. gradus, step]

graduate

An obsolete term that dignified laboratory glassware with marks for measuring volume; it is still used in adjectival form, as in a graduated cylinder.

graduate

1. person who has received a degree from a university or college.
2. a measuring vessel marked by a series of lines.

graduate programs
educational programs for persons who already have their basic degree that entitles them to practice. Includes programs provided for persons attempting postgraduate research degrees, vocational diplomas and coursework masterates, and for refresher and update courses for professional veterinarians under the general heading of professional continuing education.
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Similarly, graduate programs in physician assistant studies, nursing anesthesia, nutrition care, and social work were developed to meet ongoing human capital development requirements of the AMEDD and other military and federal health systems.
Moreover, the fragmentation of the graduate programs has become an anachronism as faculty come together in the new biomedical research center.
Unlike other graduate programs, the Department does not rely on teaching assistants as instructors.
Both undergraduate and graduate programs and CPA firms should work toward attracting more qualified people into the profession.
Because information and practical experiences were both found to be helpful, graduate programs could take the lead in evaluating their current programs and adding or revising relevant courses and/or practical experiences.
The author presents a case study that depicts an African American student's experience in her graduate program, as described to a career counselor.
business schools now offer undergraduate or graduate programs that concentrate on e-commerce.
In performing this study, an assumption was that fisheries graduate programs at other universities may be similar with respect to these facets.
Fulford said that the new move will most likely increase attendance in the graduate programs.
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In many instances, women charged with the formal religious education of young people in grade schools and high schools had no access to graduate programs that would offer them a stronger background from which to instruct others.

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