What does a conferred degree mean?

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Valerie Moore Posted

What does a conferred degree mean?

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Technicly a conferred degree could mean any degree awarded to a student by a college, but more often this term means n honorary degree. These degree’s are handed out as “attaboy,s’ by universities that think something the recipient did is worth honoring, so J.K. Rowling, the lady who wrote Harry Potter has all sorts of honorary degrees because many colleges wanted to honor her for writing those books. Good press for the school giving the degree and for the person receiving it.

 

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Mark Graham

A conferred degree means that the student has completed a program of study and has received their degree with name and title and field presented to them on a certain date of graduation.

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Mark Towers

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