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master's degree

n.
An academic degree conferred by a college or university upon those who complete at least one year of prescribed study beyond the bachelor's degree.

master's degree

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master's

n
(Education) education (often capital) a university degree such as an MA or an MSc which is of a higher level than a first degree and usually takes one or two years to complete

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n.
a degree awarded by a graduate school, usu. after the completion of at least one year of graduate studies.

master's degree

An academic degree awarded by a college or university to someone who has studied a subject for at least one year beyond the bachelor’s degree.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.master's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degreemaster's degree - an academic degree higher than a bachelor's degree but lower than a doctor's degree
academic degree, degree - an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; "he earned his degree at Princeton summa cum laude"
Master of Architecture, MArch - a degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture
Artium Magister, Master of Arts, AM, MA - a master's degree in arts and sciences
MALS, Master of Arts in Library Science - a master's degree in library science
Master of Arts in Teaching, MAT - a master's degree in teaching
Master in Business, Master in Business Administration, MBA - a master's degree in business
Master of Divinity, MDiv - a master's degree in religion
Master of Education, MEd - a master's degree in education
Master of Fine Arts, MFA - a master's degree in fine arts
Master of Literature, MLitt - a master's degree in literature
Master of Library Science, MLS - a master's degree in library science
Master in Public Affairs - a master's degree in questions of public concern
Master of Science, MSc, SM, MS - a master's degree in science
Master of Science in Engineering - a master's degree in engineering
Master of Theology, ThM - a master's degree in theology
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Taking his master's degree after seven years at Cambridge, in 1587, he followed the other 'university wits' to London.
She is a certified public accountant and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration and a second master's degree in taxation from the University of Florida.
The agency is actively recruiting social workers with related master's degrees.
Penn holds bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from the University of Minnesota and currently serves on the advisory board for the International Disk Drive Equipment and Materials Association.
Pham will join more than 6,200 students receiving bachelor's and master's degrees this week during CSUN's commencement ceremonies.
Students in industry pursue full-fledged Stanford master's degrees online through SCPD and are held to the same high academic standards as on-campus students.
Last fall the magazine surveyed deans, faculty and key administrators at colleges and universities that grant master's degrees in film, drama or theater, architecture, music, fine arts and creative writing.
National University provides more master's degrees in education to minority students -- including African Americans, Asian Americans, American Indians and Hispanics -- than any other college or university in the nation, according to the latest edition of Black Issues in Higher Education.
About 5,318 bachelor's and 1,037 master's degrees will be conferred.
Mathis earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from the University of Minnesota.
He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in management information systems from the University of Rouen in France.
program, the law school offers three specialty certificates in high tech law, international law, and public interest law, as well as master's degrees in intellectual property and international law.

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