Master-s-degrees sentence example
- Applicants without Master's degrees are occasionally allowed entry, providing they can demonstrate academic skills comparable to a good undergraduate degree.
- After attending the prestigious Collegiate School for Boys in New York (he was class valedictorian), he graduated from Princeton University and later from Yale University with bachelor and master's degrees in English Literature.
- Other common master's degrees include the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Fine Arts (MFA).
- Generally, Master's degrees will take two to three years of full-time attendance to complete.
- While the majority of Master's degrees are not terminal (i.e. you can still go on to receive a Doctorate in the field), the MBA and MFA are considered to be terminal.Advertisement
- Kaplan University is an online college granting associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees in many fields, from nursing, to education, to business.
- The school is the only community college in the state with a partnership with several Ohio universities to allow the school's students to obtain bachelor's and master's degrees.
- Distance learning doctoral research programs generally require far longer to complete than bachelor's or master's degrees.
- Most online business doctoral programs evolved at for-profit and state universities that offered bachelor's and later master's degrees in business.
- In addition to offering bachelor's degree programs in nearly every subject that's available at traditional universities, online colleges offer master's degrees and even doctoral degrees in certain subjects.Advertisement
- Most master's degrees include concentrations in specific areas of business, education, counseling and religious studies.
- Criminologists may have a degree in criminal justice, psychology or sociology, and may even have master's degrees or Ph.D.'s before receiving this distinction.