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Is it Master's degrees or Masters' degrees?

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"John Doe, who has a master's degree in psychology."

is the proper usage of the apostrophe.

Also: you don't capitalize "master's"
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What can you do with a master's degree?

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.

What is the difference between master's degree and masters of science degree?

The MA has a broader scope, with a strong emphasis on the, theoretical and general knowledge in a recognized discipline, interdisciplinary field, or of a professional study.

Is it masters or master's degree?

It really doesn't matter whether someone says masters or master's  degree. These people are masters students studying to get a  master's degree.

Is it master degree or master's degree?

Its Master's degree. anywhere you look it will come up Master's even if you type in Master. Also my aunt is a lawyer and I asked her, I even looked it up in the new Collage We

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What is after a master's degree?

Typically, there are four levels of college degrees. They are as follows from lowest to highest. AssociatesBachelorsMastersDoctorate (highest level of academic attainment) The

Is it masters' degree or master's degree?

The correct form is master's degree (the degree of a  master).    A person may have more than one such degree, the plural form is  master's degrees.