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What is a terminal degree?
A terminal degree is defined as the "highest" degree available in a particular field. A Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) is an oft mentioned terminal degree in several fields of study. Other terminal degrees include: DA, DBA, Ed.D., DEng, DM, DMus, DMA, DPS, DSc, MD, DPH, et al. The purpose of a terminal degree is to ensure the highest level of competence in a particular discipline and to certify the person's ability to think independently. According to etiquette, only terminal degrees may follow a person's name, e.g., Jane Doe, Ph.D. Most, if not all, terminal degrees merit an earned (as opposed to inherited) title, such as Dr. Jane Doe.
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A DMin. is a professional degree but often not considered a terminal degree such as a Ph.D. or a Th.D. This may simply be perception particularly since the DMin. is a practiti…oner's degree, but nonetheless, the latter are considered more rigorous than the DMin. and thus are regarded as higher degrees.
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Majority of cases are treatable and these days surgery is so good it is not heard of in the west of terminal cases, with good treatment scoliosis can be dealt with There are… minor cases of death where Scoliosis is concerned but we don´t see that in the west
Until recently, an M.B.A. was universally considered a terminal degree--because while there are schools that offer a doctorate in Business, it was not considered higher in pro…gression to an M.B.A. This is similar to that a Ph.D. in Law is not a progression of a J.D. in Law (a 2-year degree). Recently, schools have attempted to rectify this by offering a "D.B.A." (versus a Ph.D. in Business.) By definition that there is now a recognized successor to an M.B.A., many HR departments are no longer considering an M.B.A. "terminal," per se. The Department of Education and Department of Labor both consider an M.B.A. terminal, and as such you often see jobs that "absolutely require a Doctorate, or an M.B.A."
The term "terminal degree" refers to the highest degree you can receive in a particular discipline. In most cases that is a Doctoral degree, With that said - a Master's degree… is usually NOT a terminal degree. There is a good argument that some master's degreees, like an MBA (Master of Business Administration) is the terminal degree in that particular field. You can get a Ph.D. in business, but the empahsis and areas studied are completely different than what is done for an MBA rather than being more extensive and in-depth work in the same same areas. In most disciiplines though, the Doctoral degree is more in depth and specialized than the Masters for the same discipline and thus the Doctorate rathen than the Masters is considered the "terminal degree".
A terminal cross is one of which the offspring are not going to be used for breeding programs or genetic improvement. Usually these offspring are market animals.
You make an appointment at a clinic, they will examine you and tell you what type of abortion it will be, medical (up to 9th week) or a surgical. They will also give you all y…our other options according to the law if you choose to go through with the pregnancy. If you have the medical abortion you will get a prescription for pills and do it at home and then come back for an examination. If you will have the surgical one you will get an appointment. Do not try any home remedy's since they rarely work and you can get hurt. It is also illegal. See related question with links below for more info.
Terminating decimals are decimals that end, such as, 2.384. Non-terminating decimals that don't end, such as, 0.3333333333.......
The strongest is The T-X model, even in the third movie, the T-800 (Arnold) admits that he is inferior to the T-X model.
An illness that's going to end in death.
No - you could go on to a Doctoral level.
if you were to decide whether to terminate this project, what would be your decision be? justify your position
Terminal means it's an ending or at an end. In health, it refers to an incurable condition that will inevitably lead to the death of a patient. In transportation, it is a hub …where multiple vehicles meet (buses, subway cars, trains, planes etc).
In Plural Nouns
A terminal in the Airport sense is a place where aircraft park while passengers get on and off.
What is the formula and solution of this problem an angle of 50 degrees in standard position has its terminal side in the first quadrant. find the coordinates of point P on the unit circle.?
This is somewhat difficult to explain without images, but here goes: You can use the information given in the problem to draw a right triangle on your coordinate axes.… The hypotenuse of this right triangle should extend from the origin to point P and make a 50 degree angle with the x-axis. We'll call this hypotenuse r, which in this case is 1 (because we're dealing with the unit circle). If you extend a line down from point P perpendicular to the x-axis, the segment formed, which we will call y, will be the side of the right triangle opposite the 50 degree angle. The remaining side, x, lies along the x-axis between the origin and the point where side y intercepts the x axis. Recognize that side x and side y represent, respectively, the x and y coordinates of P. These values can be found using trigonometric relationships. Recall that sin(a) = opposite/hypotenuse. In this case, a = 50, the opposite side is y, and the hypotenuse is r=1, so we can rewrite this equation as sin(50) = y/r = y Which means that y is simply sin(50). Similarly, cos(a) = adjacent/hypotenuse, so cos(50) = x/r = x. x = cos(50). P is therefore located at (cos, sin)
Find degree of angle in standard position formed by rotating the terminal side by 22 over 45 of a circle?
22/45 of 360 degrees = 22/45 x 360 = 7920/45 = 176 degrees