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09:53 Oct 18, 2007
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Afrikaans to English translations [PRO] Other / diploma
Afrikaans term or phrase:D.A
this abbreviation appears in a baccalaureate diploma under "graad".
I would need more context. Is this a university or a technikon degree?
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Explanation: There is such a thing as a Doctor Artium, but you generally won't find it at South African universities. After Magister Artium, South African art students generally specialise, so the degree won't be called a DA but rather a D Litt or D Phil or D Theol or whatever the specialisation might be.
Samuel Murray Netherlands Local time: 16:13 Works in field Native speaker of: Afrikaans PRO pts in category: 16