Translation of licentiate in Spanish:

licentiate

licenciado, n.

Pronunciation /laɪˈsɛnʃ(i)ɪt//lʌɪˈsɛnʃɪət/

noun

  • 1

    (person)
    licenciado masculine
    licenciada feminine
    • She is MTNA nationally certified in piano and music theory and earned the licentiate in piano teaching from The Royal Schools of Music.
  • 2

    (qualification)
    licenciatura feminine
    • Eventually, I graduated from the Conservatory in Havana; I won a Canada Council Grant to go to school at the University of Toronto, where I graduated with artist and licentiate diplomas.
    • After getting her licentiate degree in literature, she studied theology at Northern Baptist Seminary in Chicago.
    • In 1984 he moved to Canada, where he did a masters in divinity and licentiate in moral theology at the University of Toronto.
    • He was compelled to study philosophy and theology by his parents, which he greatly resented, and he graduated from the University of Basel with a master's degree in philosophy in 1671 and a licentiate in theology in 1676.
    • He was educated in Paris at the École Normale Supérieure and he received his licentiate with a thesis.