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Rosen received his B.A., magna cum laude, from Cornell University and a J.D. and L.L.M., magna cum laude, from Duke University School of Law, where he served on the Duke Law Journal. D is about to graduate "cum laude." She is working on her resume, and she wants to list her degree and then "with honors" rather than "cum laude" because (she says) she is afraid that some employers will not know what "cum laude" that means (I actually think the real issue is that she is not getting "magna" or "summa cum laude" and it seems. A For Cum Laude I. The Student has obtained a credit weighted average of at least 75% in coursework component of the degree at the first attempt and without recourse to supplementary examination; and II. The degree was completed in the prescribed minimum time plus two semesters. B For Summa cum Laude I.
The system of Latin honours has been in practice at European universities since the Middle Ages. There are five grades: Some universities only use four, others a completely different system. So what proportion of graduates achieve summamagna etc? It'd be nice to have more information in this article. Just mark naranja cum laude
I would point that out in case it is of concern. Can any academic who has worked in both the US and UK explain the relation between Latin honours and the British system of 1st, 2: