A "BS" (British Standard) document is generally confined to the UK and many British territories (Gibraltar, for example). You might also come across a "BS EN" (British Stan…dard Euro Norm) document, which applies to many European countres and includes the UK. . (MORE)
A BA stands for a bachelors of arts degree. A BS stands for bachelors in science degree. Read below for more detailed information on the difference. .
Whether a degree fall…s under an arts or science depends on the institution and the department of a specific program of study within the school and the focus they prefer. The BA has a broader scope, with a strong emphasis on the humanities, theoretical and general knowledge in a recognized discipline, interdisciplinary field, or of a professional study. The BS is more of a focused approach with a science base to include a balance of liberal arts, technological knowledge, math and computer oriented skills, and practical skills needed for a particular discipline within the field. (MORE)
If you are looking at the order of degrees, they are typically ordered as follows (in general from lowest to highest). .
Doctorate (hig…hest level of educational attainment) (MORE)
BS 3036 compliant fuses, are semi-enclosed, or more commonly referred to as "rewirable" fuses. The user must directly replace the fuse wire (link) when it ruptures. Increasing…ly becoming rarer to install new. Quite often, people have felt it necessary to replace the wire with nails, or other pieces of conductive material lying around the shed, though this is very dangerous of course. (MORE)
The vitamin Bs often work together to bolster metabolism, maintain healthy skin and muscles, enhance immune and nervous system function, and promote cell growth and division, …including red blood cells that help prevent anemia. All of the vitamin B are water soluble, and a redisperese through the body and have to be replenished daily, with any excess excreted out in the urine. The vitamin Bs include several compounds that must be obtained from food or drinks. (MORE)
If I've understood the question properly, yes. Most Masters programs simply require that applicants have an undergraduate degree; whether that degree is a BA, BS, BSEd, JD,… or other 4-year degree doesn't normally matter to any great extent. (MORE)