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College Vocab Week 1

College terms

Bachelors Degree Post-secondary degree awarded to an individual after completion of undergraduate course work usually taking eight semesters and 120 credits to complete. 
Associates Degree Two-year college degree from a community college, university, college, or career school.
Masters Degree a degree awarded by a graduate school or department, usually to a person who has completed at least one year of graduate study. Bachelors degree has to be to finished first.
PHD or Doctorate Degree awarded by universities and some colleges for completing advanced work in graduate school or a professional school. Typically takes 8 to 10 years.
Undergraduate Associates and bachelors degree
Graduate Masters, doctorate degree and PHD
Grant Governments, schools, and other organizations offer aid based on financial need
Scholarship Scholarships are financial aid awards for your accomplishments.
Work Study This is where you work on campus during your time at college to help pay for your tuition costs
Loan Borrowed money to pay for college. Must be repaid
Created by: lcoey623