Licentiate (degree)

A licentiate (abbreviated Lic.) is an academic degree present in many countries, representing different educational levels. It may be similar to a master's degree[1][2][3] when issued by pontifical universities and other universities in Europe, Latin America, and Syria.

Licentiate dissertation (note text Pro Licentia on cover) of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (University of Strasbourg, 1771)

The term is also used for a person who holds this degree.[4][5]

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