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Peculiarities of conception and structure of baccalaureate as one of levels of higher education in the USA

Tatiana B. Mednikova, Vasiliy S. Senashenko
80,00 Р

 

V.S. Senashenko,

Dr. Sci. (Phys.–Math.), Prof.

E-mail: vsenashenko@mail.ru

T.B. Mednikova,

PhD student

E-mail: tmednikova@list.ru

 

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

 

Examined are such aspects of baccalaureate in the USA, as conception of undergraduate programs and the notion of bachelor’s degree. Analyzed are basiv features of American bachelors programs, as well as requirements for earning the named degree. Some statistical data are presented to illustrate both scale and structure of American baccalaureate.

Key words: US baccalaureate, undergraduate programs, bachelor degree, liberal arts education, academic and career-oriented directions.

 

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