What a lot of college degrees look like..

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  1. italiansupernova

    italiansupernova New Member

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    By logging into http://www.framingsuccess.com you can take a sneak peek at what will be hanging on your wall after you finish your degree. For any of you Florida State folks:

    http://www.cob.fsu.edu/grad/pmba/diploma.html <--- FSU features their degree on their official website.\\

    *Note* Not all schools have actual degrees displayed. If there is any degree that does not look as presented, please speak out.

    There are a lot of sites out there where I'm sure you can find degree samples from *AUTHENTIC* schools, but this is kind of a one stop shopping trip for most folks.
     
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    My diploma from the University of South Florida looks entirely different from that websites rendition. :rolleyes:
     
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    That's a really great site. I checked for the big 3 and they have TESC listed but not the others. :(

    Cy
     
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    Cool site.
     
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    Re: Re: What a lot of college degrees look like..

    Mine, too, although I think that's because they don't have an actual shot -- looks like they've just got a generic in place.

    The FSU one is right, though.
     
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    Embry-Riddle and University of Oklahoma look correct.
     
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    UMass-Lowell looks correct.
     
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    Stanford is correct.

    I've never seen a Berkeley diploma, but I assume that it must have a picture of Oski the Bear. So the Berkeley diplomas shown on the web-site can't be right.
     
  9. italiansupernova

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    Thanks for all of the responses. I did think of one thing:

    I recall a discussion on here awhile back about whether or not Harvard's degree was printed in Latin. I believe the end result was someone saying that it was, however, the degrees on Framing Success show them in plain English.

    Does anyone know for sure?
     
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    University of Washington looks correct, at least by the standards of my two 20 year old plus diplomas from the UW.

    Although I do recall from another thread on this board a year or two ago, that many colleges and universities change the appearance of their diplomas over time.

    Regards,

    Michael Lloyd
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    UoP diploma does not even have the UoP name, it is generic.
     
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    Texas A&M University, the University of Chicago, and Yale University look correct. The University of Texas one is just a generic form, however.

    Alex
     
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    My only frame of reference is my sister-in-law. Her Harvard College (undergrad) diploma is in Latin, while her Harvard Business School (MBA) diploma is in English.

    I believe that Jack Tracey has mentioned that his Harvard Extension diploma (undergrad) is in English.
     
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    Ok, I can speak for my fiancee', the LSU diploma is right. The North Carolina Central University diploma is generic, so no help there.The Texas A&M diploma is right. Speaking for my parents...(both of whom got their degrees from this school) the University of Houston diploma is right.North Carolina Wesleyan is not on there, so..................
     

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