UI students receive degrees after 2010 spring session
The University of Iowa awarded an estimated 3,900 degrees at the close of the 2010 spring session. Among the students from the (hometown) area who received degrees at the UI commencement is/are (name[s]).
(Media-Newswire.com) - The University of Iowa awarded an estimated 3,900 degrees at the close of the 2010 spring session. Among the students from the ( hometown ) area who received degrees at the UI commencement is/are ( name[s] ).
Following is an explanation of degrees used and links to the complete list of recipients in several formats.
AUD Speech Pathology and Audiology
BA Bachelor of Arts
BAS Bachelor of Applied Science
BBA Bachelor of Business Administration
BFA Bachelor of Fine Arts
BLS Bachelor of Liberal Studies
BM Bachelor of Music
BS Bachelor of Science
BSE Bachelor of Science in Engineering
BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing
DMA Doctor of Musical Arts
DNP Doctor of Nursing Practice
EDS Educational Policy and Leadership Studies
JD Juris Doctor
LLM Master of Laws
MA Master of Arts
MAC Master of Accountancy
MAT Master of Arts in Teaching
MBA Master of Business Administration
MCS Master of Computer Science
MFA Master of Fine Arts
MHA Health Management and Policy
MME Master of Medical Education
MPH Master of Public Health
MS Master of Science
MSN Master of Science in Nursing
MSW Master of Social Work
PHD Doctor of Philosophy
PHR Doctor of Pharmacy
EDITOR: Students are listed alphabetically by hometown. Please note that a student may have received more than one degree or special academic recognition.
Complete list In Microsoft Excel: 060810-2010-Spring-Graduates.xls.
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