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Is it ok to get a master's and doctorate degree from same school?

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No there is nothing wrong with that. As long as the college or university has a regional accreditation it will be fine.

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the same as a normal masters degree, 5 years


both doctorate and PhD are same. For these courses one should be masters in that specified field in which he/she wants to pursue PhD.


Usually a doctorate degree does increase one's starting salary over a master's degree. However, it does have exceptions. Some employer's only pay as high as a master's degree.


It is the same thing....a PhD is a doctorate


In terms of education reward of certificate (degree), the answer is yes. Level one is a Bachelors Degree. Level two is a Masters degree. Level three is a Doctorate degree. You need at least a bachelors degree before you may attend an accredited medical school. You also need at least a bachelors degree before attending an accredited law school. These two degrees or certificates would be considered second level. You do need a masters degree in order to go to school for a doctorate degree which is higher than a law degree or medical degree. So a person with their masters degree is educationally on the same achievement level as a medical doctor. Only a person with a PhD is considered to have achieved the highest level of educational degrees or certificates.


I can be. In terms of degrees, post bachelor's can be a master's degree, or doctorate seeing that there are some doctorate programs (for example, medical school) that one can apply to directly after completion of the bachelor's degree.


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They are basically the same thing. A counselor is defined as an individual practitioner, therapist, or analyst who engages in the practice of therapy or counseling for a fee. The counselor/therapist degree is a Masters of Arts or Masters of Sciences degree.You might be thinking of the difference between a therapist and a social worker. A social worker does the same sort of job, but has a degree in social work instead (it can be a Masters or Doctorate).


Typically, most schools offer either an associate degree or bachelor's degree or higher. There are some schools that offer a wide range of degree offerings, to include associates, bachelors, masters, and doctorate. Thus, it would be possible to stay within the same school to pursue higher degrees.


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It depends on the degree and the school... My masters will take 36 semester hours, but there is another in the same field that is only 18 hours.


No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.No difference, they are one in the same. A masters in nursing is a graduate level Masters of science degree (MS) with a specific program of study particular to nursing.


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 NOTa 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".


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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


One's age is never a barrier for starting or ending a college education. There are many many senior citizens who embark on obtaining masters or even doctorate degrees in their 70's. That said, if one graduated high school at age 18, then they would be about age 22 when they obtained the Bachelor's degree, age 23 for a Master's degree, and about age 26 for a doctoral degree. Doctoral degree is not the same as a medical doctor degree ... medical school is at least another 7 years on top of a 5 year degree program.


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Not at all. Graduate School is part of a undergraduate college, its just where you can get a masters degree. Some colleges don't offer graduate school, but no community college offers a graduate degree, in most cases its just an associates degree.


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No, post-grad includes honours, then masters then a phD.


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