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If you have a masters degree in history, art, math, English or science, then you could teach. *Majority of Colleges and Universities require a doctorate in order to teach.… Teaching in Elementary and Secondary schools requires an additional teaching certificate/license.
According to the U. S. Census of 2004, 9.4% of the US citizens 25 and older hold a graduate or professional degree. Click on the related links section for more information.
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The only US President to have a Master's Degree is George W. Bush who earned an MBA from Harvard in 1975. Several other Presidents earned law degrees as well as a bachelor…s. See the related link for more.
DVM is a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. It is not a Master's degree. You can get a Masters Degree (or even a PhD) in conjunction with the DVM, but it is not necessary.
You capitalize master's degree when it is used referring to a specific degree. For example, Jim has his Masters of Science. When referring to a general program, like the m…aster's program of a college, it is not capitalized.
There is no law degree which is equivalent to a master's degree. The standard law degree in the United States is the Juris Doctor (J.D.), which reuires three years of post bac…helor's study rather than one or two. The Master of Laws (LL.M.) requires one or more years of study after the J.D.
You could possibly teach Economics with it, work in the banking industry or in development agencies and other firms.
It depends on the program of study, and the school and country you obtained the degree. For example, I could be a master of arts (MA), master in science (MS or MSc), master of… business administration (MBA), master in education (MA, or MEd) etc. Thus, it just depends. Example: . John Smith M.A . John Smith M.S. . John Smith M.B.A. . John Smith M.Ed
YES, in fact you can use any degree earned after your name, from an associates degree to your Doctorate. I was once told it's not the letters in front of your name but the one…s in the back of it.
No, a bachelors degree in any field is an undergraduate degree. A masters degree is a post graduate degree. You must have an undergraduate degree before you can begin a post g…raduate degree (graduate school). Since 1971, the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) degree is no longer awarded in the United States. Instead, the Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree is awarded. It requires three years of post bachleor's study, unlike the one or two years required by most master's degrees.
Find a school that offers Graduate programs and apply.
The answer is NO. A normal MA is not equivalent to Masters in USA. In fact Pakistani MA will probably be considered as Bachelors in USA
It is equivalent to an M.D. or D.D.S. degree.
Either, you could say you have a masters in art, or you could say you have a masters degree in art. They're the same