Definition of Academic department
1. Noun. A division of a school that is responsible for a given subject.
Specialized synonyms: Anthropology Department, Department Of Anthropology, Art Department, Biology Department, Department Of Biology, Chemistry Department, Department Of Chemistry, Department Of Computer Science, Department Of Economics, Economics Department, Department Of English, English Department, Department Of History, History Department, Department Of Linguistics, Linguistics Department, Department Of Mathematics, Mathematics Department, Department Of Philosophy, Philosophy Department, Department Of Physics, Physics Department, Department Of Music, Music Department, Department Of Psychology, Psychology Department, Department Of Sociology, Sociology Department
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Literary usage of Academic department
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"The academic department shows a gain, whereas the others have remained ... The number of women in the academic department has been increased by 45, ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1906)
"The increase in the academic department (college of arts) is partly due to the increased tendency of students to take the AB degree before beginning ..."
3. Historical Sketch of Normal Instruction in Wisconsin: 1846-1876 by Albert Salisbury (1893)
"1873-82 Annie M. Greene, principal academic department 1873-76 Martha I. Burt, principal academic department — „ 1873 Herbert E. Copeland, natural sciences ..."
4. Higher Education in Tennessee by Lucius Salisbury Merriam (1893)
"*The enrollment of the academic department as a department is not recorded until 1878—'79. although the attendance upon the various schools of the ..."