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Hi,

Class OR Grade: FA, BA, MA

Grade: BA
Part: I
 

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Can you use these abbreviations in sample sentences? They don't mean anything to me as written.
 

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FA = Faculty of Arts
BA = Bachelor of Arts
MA = Master of Arts
 

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A Faculty of Arts is an organizational unit of a college or university.

BAs and MAs are degrees.

None of these can be used with class or ​grade.
 

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Suppose I have to prepare a report for FA/BA/MA students. What should I write then to mention the class of the students?
 

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Students working towards a BA are undergraduates in a Bachelor of Arts program. Students working on an MA are graduate students in a Masters program. You could address these students as BA students and MA students​ respectively.

A Faculty of Arts is an organizational unit which may offer BA, BFA ("Bachelor of Fine Arts") and/or MFA degrees. You would group the students as above, according to the degree they hope to attain.
 
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