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Full-time Ph.D. candidates typically take advanced courses during their first 2-3 years of study. The number of course credits required to get a Ph.D. may vary widely, depending on the university's semester or quarter schedule and the doctoral program.

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How many credit hours for a doctorate degree in marketing?

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What steps of degrees are there in college credits?

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No, you must complete the bachelor's degree first.


Is a doctorate degree higher than a bachelor degree?

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Yes you can. However, if you have not completed any required prerequisites for entrance into the masters program, you may be required to complete these courses at the undergraduate level first.


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Which is correct I have a Doctorate degree or I have a Doctorate's degree?

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How long does it take to earn a doctorate degree in business?

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How many college credits do you need complete a bachelor's degree in education?

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What degree do you need to be a pediatric 'nurse practitioner'?

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