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Degree has more than one meaning. As such, this article is merely a disambiguation page, listing articles associated with Degree.

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A degree is any of a series of steps or stages in measurement of intensity, magnitude, progression as in a process or course of action or a point in any scale.

A degree is a unit of measure of temperature that can refer to either Celsius or Fahrenheit.

A degree can also refer to a mathematical unit of measure that is used in math, astronomy, and other disciplines. 360 degrees make up a circle.

A degree can also be an accredited affirmation of expertise and education, such as a B.A., M.S., PhD, M.Phil., or MD.