Bachelor of Applied Science

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Bachelor of Applied Science

A professional degree awarded in the UK to students who have completed a 3- or 4-year course of study in engineering.
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BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING David James Allan, Aberdeen; Gregor Keith Clunie, Aberdeen; Lewis-Ross Lawson, Peterhead; Mark James Stirrat, Aberdeen.
Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering: Ravi Jha, Jagjit Singh Mahal (also awarded The John Anderson Memorial Prize), Georgios Artemios Panagouleas, Panagiotis Sgouralis, Konstantinos Sofianopoulos, Kerry Michelle Whitehouse (also awarded The Civil Engineers Prize).
Institute of Civil Engineers Prize: Kerry Michelle Whitehouse, Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering.
Bachelor of Engineering in Avionic Systems Engineering: Matthew Baldwin, Brett Alan Hands, Michael Roberts, Jonathan Spence
McIntyre graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and the Thayer School of Engineering with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Also, 8 PhDs, 95 MPhil, 360 Bachelor of Engineering, 26 Bachelor of Architecture, 26 bachelor of design, 4 Bachelor of CRP, 6 BTech Honours, 6 Btech pass and 6 BSIT degrees were given on the occasion.
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN CIVIL ENGINEERING WITH DISASTER MANAGEMENT Fawwaz Zeyad Nadhim Al-Ani, Iain Fox, Rachael Gregory, Andrew Hazlett, Michael Holland, Mahmood Ali Isa Mansoor Husain Mohamed.
The new General Manager has a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Western Australian School of Mines, and more than 23 years experience in the mining industry.
Gareth has a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Leeds and lives with his wife and four children aged one to eight in Macclesfield, Cheshire.
Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of CRP, Bachelor of Designs, B.Tech (Honors) and B.Tech (Pass).

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