Hello people! I ready some Threads, but I still need help with american academic degrees.. Here in Brazil we can be licenciated if we take some courses of Psychology, Sociology and do a Internship period in Schools. In Wiki, the name of this degree is Licentiate degree: "normally takes four-years length degrees, available for students who want to qualify as school teachers. Licenciatura courses exist mostly in mathematics, humanities, and natural sciences." Basically it's 1 year more than a Bachelor degree.. My Question: This terminology in common in US? I didn't find it on Cambridge dic. Thanks!!