English translation: B.Sc.

Latin term or phrase:B.C.
English translation:B.Sc.
Entered by: Veronika McLaren

17:51 Oct 2, 2019
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Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Latin term or phrase: B.C.
This comes before a student's name in a degree certificate for Charles University. As the student is being awarded a master's, I wonder if this means B.Sc.? It is a maths and physics degree. Thanks for any help.
Jennifer White
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