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In most educational systems, Undergraduate refers to the four years of post-secondary education leading to a Bachelor's degree.

In the United States, Lower-level Undergraduate[?] refers to the first two years, while Upper-level Undergraduate[?] refers to the last two years. Colleges, University Colleges[?], and Universities offer lower level undergraduate courses while Universities offer the upper-level courses. Most universities require a certain mixture of lower level and upper level courses to be completed for a Bachelor's Degree to be awarded.

The Alma Mater Society[?] (AMS) is usually the name of the Undergraduate student society of an university, while the Graduate Student Society[?] (GSS) is the graduate[?] counterpart.

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