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Need SQL Query help in SQL Server

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milani_lucieFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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Hi,

I have the following table and data:

-- Create a table

CREATE TABLE dbo.Students
(
   Sid          int,
   Name      varchar(128),
   Degree   varchar(128)
)
GO

-- Insert some data

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(1, 'Mike', 'B.Sc')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(1, 'Mike', 'B.A')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(2, 'Milani', 'B.Com')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(3, 'Sara', 'B.A')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(4, 'Bob', 'B.Sc')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(4, 'Bob', 'B.A')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(5, 'Kris', 'B.Com')
GO

INSERT INTO Students VALUES(5, 'Kris', 'B.Sc')
GO

/*
  Need a query to display the records who have studied both 'B.Sc' and 'B.A'
*/

Example : Mike, Bob records needs to be showup.

Thanks
 
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