What is the difference between deffered disposition and taking driving courses?
Deferred disposition is a probation agreement between you and the judge agreeing that you will not obtain another moving violation for a set period of time usually 90 days. If you concur to these stipulations than the original offence is removed from your driving record. A driving course if the offence fall into the category will be removed off your record once the class is completed.
Is there a difference in accreditation between online courses and offline courses at the same university?
Generally speaking, no, there is no difference between online or offline courses that are offered through the same university. Accreditation is granted to the university as a whole, or to their individual programs. So, courses themselves do not carry an accreditation. As long as the school or program is accredited, the method of delivery is considered irrelevant.
What is the difference between a bachelor of science degree in finance and a bachelor of arts in finance?
Whats the difference between a bachelors of art in legal studies and a bachelors of science in legal studies?
Is there any difference in the meaning of hors d oeuvres as appetizers as opposed to hors d oeuvres as starter courses?
Marathon Distance. All marathons are 26.2 miles (26 miles and 385 yards) or 42.195 kilometers. The difference between the various marathon courses comes in their terrain, rather than their distance, ranging from extremely fast, flat courses such as Chicago to more challenging, hilly courses such as Boston. The Boston Marathon is 26.2 miles long.
A-level courses in the UK are (very) approximately equivalent to Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered by American high schools. An Associate's degree is a two year college degree, similar to the British Foundation degree. They are usually offered by institutions like Community Colleges and vocational schools, which do not offer Bachelor's or higher degrees.
The diploma is typically shorter in length (although no always), and does not meet the credit, and/or course requirements of the degree. This is due to the absence of many general education courses such as humanities, social sciences, some English courses etc. Thus, the diploma is a more career oriented program.
Usually, the difference between a BA and a BS, is the amount of general education courses required to complete the degree for graduation purposes. The BS is usually more career oriented with more course particular to the field. The above statement is true. However, in the job market, it doens't matter much which degree is attained.
The MBA is a terminal degree... as in... it prepares you for an employment soon after you graduate. The MS is a continuing degree... as in... it prepares you for further research (Ph.D). Hence the focus and the way the courses are taught change accordingly. Check http://www.mim-compass.com/About-the-MiM/Difference-between-the-Master-in-Management-and-the-MBA explains it quite well
Cumulative GPA is the Overall Graduate Average point in the entire stage of a specific major while the University or college divide them into semesters or years.This GPA is due to the result of ALL courses ( Major and non-Major). While, Major GPA is the Graduate Average point of the Major courses and the Major Elective one, while GER courses and GER Electives are excluded from that domain.