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What is a post secondary degree?

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Answered 2007-06-22 12:04:35

Secondary basically means high school, so post-secondary means after high school. Any college degree that you get after high school, whether it be an Associate's Degree, Bachelor's Degree, or Master's Degree, is considered a post-secondary degree.

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Post secondary education can be any degree beyond high school completion.

yes, and Associates Degree (AA) is part of a post secondary education.

Post secondary education is the educational level following the completion of a school providing a secondary education. This would include high school (secondary school). Thus, any degree in higher education following secondary school is considered post secondary, if not then it is not post secondary.

any thing above a bachelors degree is considered post secondary a master degree and post secondary degree is Masters degree mean the same thing and the terminology can be used as interchangable during an interview conversation

Well, it is in a sense seeing that it is a degree that is after high school school, but most would consider post secondary education the associate and bachelor's degree. The master's most would consider post bachelor's degree.

Not anywhere that I know of. You do generally need a post-graduate degree, though.

It depends on where the education is being taken and the terminology they use. That being said, post secondary typically refers to education taken after completion of high school. For example, those who pursue a college or university degree are pursuing post secondary school education.

A post secondary school certificate is just a certificate awarded after completing a course or degree from any other school beyond the required level of schooling. A post secondary certificate may be vocational or from a tertiary institute.

Sidney Crosby does not have any post secondary education so he does not have a degree

A post secondary institution is typically a college or university. There are two year institutions (community colleges) that offer associate degrees, and there are four year colleges and universities that offer the bachelor's degree, master's, and doctorate degrees.

It depends on where you complete the master's degree. It could be M.S., M.Ed, M.Sc. etc.

Generally a Bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, for a total of seven years.

Argosy University and Capella University are some of the post secondary schools in Georgia that a physician could apply. The said universities offer doctorate and degree programs.

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There are 83 universities in Canada that are independent post-secondary education institutions with degree-granting authority.

Typically, the four year degree is a bachelor's degree. However, some individuals start with the two year associates degree, and then complete an additional two years to complete the bachelor's degree.

A post-graduate degree is a second degree.

No, not anyone can attain a risk management degree. First, you have to apply for certain courses in college that provide the proper post secondary education; then you can apply for the necessary degree.

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In this case, post is a prefix, not a standalone word. Therefore, it should be properly hyphenated as post-secondary.

A degree which is secondary evidence,

Yes. Post Graduation Degree = Masters Degree

No. Post-secondary education is education past college.

Post-secondary refers to college studies (since secondary education includes grades 7-12).

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