If you've graduated with a BFA in one major does that mean you can go back and get your masters degree in a completely different major or does your masters have to consist of the same field?
Well you don't necessarily have to get your masters in the same feild of study that you got you bachelor. However there may be some pre reqs that you have to take. For example you could have graduated with a BS in Biology and then get your master's in Early Childhood Education. You may still have to take some undergraduate classes and tests but it can be done. I hope this ans your questions but if you have more questions why don't you go to a university's home page and ask someone in their graduate department.
What are the GPA requirements to enter US universities for masters degree if i graduated from Lebanon?
If i graduated from HAIGAZIAN UNIVERSITY LEBANON with a GPA C can i continue my MBA masters in business in the US universities?
Can i get a masters degree in a completely different subject than my bachelor major for example BA in accountsing and masters in psychologyor vice versa or linguistics BA and statistics MA?
Please i would like to know if i can continue masters in the US if i graduated from HAIGAZIAN UNIVERSITY BEIRUT - LEBANON?
At the present time, the minimum of a master's degree is required. However, it will soon become a doctorate. That is true for new graduates, however there are current Physical Therapists who graduated before the Masters or Doctorate programs were available. From the APTA website: Graduates possessing a professional baccalaureate, masters, certificate, or doctoral degree are currently licensed in the workforce.
When you "major" in something, you are typically a college undergraduate going towards an Associate or Bachelor's degree. When you are getting your masters, you have already "majored" in an area, graduated college, but are now in graduate school getting an advanced degree typically in the field you "majored" in while in college. A Masters degree is often a degree one gets before getting their PhD. When you "major" in something, you are typically a…
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How do you sign your name when you have two masters degrees in different disciplines and want to use the degree suffixes?
Absolutely! My undergraduate work is in psychology, but my masters is in organizational management. If you do not have the appropriate prerequisites for the masters program of your choice, you may have to complete them at the undergraduate level if you have not already done so. Still, some graduate work may not have prerequisites. Thus, you can choose a masters within a different field than your bachelors work.
That depends on what they graduated from. There were many graduating classes throughout our great land in 2001. The graduates that year from nursery, kindergarten, elementary school, middle school, high school, community college, baccalaureate programs, masters programs, medical schools, law schools, and dental schools, were all born in different years.
The choice is yours. You may choose from a related field particular to your bachelors or masters, or then again something completely different. If the PhD is in a none related field, there may be some prerequisite work you will be required to take first before entering the professional phase of the program. So, it is not so much a question of "can", but a question of your overall career goals and objectives, and which…