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graduate with (something)

To complete one's studies in a particular school or program, resulting in the awarding of a particular degree or status. It took six years, but I finally graduated with a degree in biology. Of course Haley graduated with highest honors—she's always been a great student.
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graduate with

v.
To complete the academic requirements of an institution for something, especially a degree or an honor: I graduated with a degree in mathematics. Few students graduated with honors this year.
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Maryland college students with loans in the class of 2017 graduated with an average of $28,844, an increase of nearly 6 percent from the class of 2016.
Close to 76 percent of Stevenson students graduated with debt, averaging $37,000.
Close to 42 percent of the students graduated with debt, which averaged $28,122.
During the 2013-2014 academic year, 3,143 graduated with bachelor's degrees.
Recent black college graduates are 17 points more likely to have graduated with student loan debt than white college graduates, close to the differences that existed between white and black college graduates in the 1970s (20 points), 1980s (20 points), and 1990s (17 points).
Similarly, in Virginia, students with a certificate in mental and social health services and allied professions have higher earnings than students who graduated with a bachelor's credit associate's degree.
Maki graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Game Development and Programming
Curci graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management
Deeana Rosen graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management
Included were data on three groups: (1) persons not known to have a degree, including those who were accepted but declined to attend and those who attended but withdrew without receiving a degree; (2) those who graduated with sub-Bachelor degrees; and (3) Bachelor degree graduates.
Tolman graduated with an Associate of Science in Nursing
Ashley Rebecca Hunter graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science Laboratory Animal Management
She knows of cases where law school students have graduated with $200,000 in loans.
"I probably could have added several points to my final score by taking a prep course," says Chappell, who graduated with a M.B.A.