# What degree is DO?

A **doctor of osteopathic** medicine (D.O.)

### What is the second highest degree in college?

Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree. Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree. Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree. Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree. Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree. Typically, it is a masters degree which generally follows a bachelors degree.

### What is the difference between postgraduate degree and postsecondary degree?

A postgraduate degree is a degree you get after your undergraduate degree, so for example a Master's degree or a Ph.D. A postsecondary degree is a degree you get after high school (high school = secondary school), such as a B.A. or B.Sc. A postsecondary degree is usually referred to as an undergraduate degree. (At least in my neck of the woods.)

### What type of degree do you need to be a nurse practitioner?

Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is a masters degree. Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is a masters degree. Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is a masters degree. Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is a masters degree. Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is a masters degree. Typically, the minimum degree required as a nurse practitioner is…

### Is second-degree polynomial is a quadratic polynomial?

Yes, any second-degree polynomial is quadratic. Degree 0 - constant (8) Degree 1 - linear (n) Degree 2 - quadratic (n^2) Degree 3 - cubic (n^3) Degree 4 - fourth degree (n^4) Degree 5 - fifth degree (n^5) Degree 6 - sixth degree (n^6) and so on............ Also a degree I find funny is the special name for one hundredth degree. Degree 100 - hectic (n^100)

### Is a law degree equal to a master's degree?

Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris Doctor (JD) degree. Within the United States, the law degree is a Juris…

### What is the difference in a college degree and bachelor's degree?

A bachelor's degree is a college degree. The general college degrees from lowest to highest are as follows * associates degree (two year program) * bachelor's degree (four year program) * master's degree (typically, two to three years beyond the bachelor's degree) * Doctorate degree (four years beyond the bachelor's degree)

### Is a college degree and an associate's degree the same?

An associate's degree is one type of educational college degree level. Within the US there are typically four as follows. Two are referred to as undergraduate coursework, and two are referred to as graduate coursework. Undergraduate * Associate's Degree * Bachelor's Degree Graduate * Master's Degree * Doctorate Degree An associate's degree is one type of educational college degree level. Within the US there are typically four as follows. Two are referred to as undergraduate…

### Is a bachelor of science Bsc in psychology equivalent to or lower than a veterinary degree BVSc in terms of degree status i am looking at this in regards to loans for tuition fees?

Both are equivalent in terms of educational degree level. A bachelor's degree, is a bachelor's degree no matter what the specific program of study. Both are equivalent in terms of educational degree level. A bachelor's degree, is a bachelor's degree no matter what the specific program of study. Both are equivalent in terms of educational degree level. A bachelor's degree, is a bachelor's degree no matter what the specific program of study. Both are equivalent…