A professional degree is a degree, the course curriculum of which is concentrated on a particular industry. For example - Engineering in computer science constitutes of subjects related to computers. Mechanical engineering contains subjects related to in and out of machinery types and their working.
Some of the professional courses include
Call Center Training
Health and Beauty
Students take this degree to progress to management positions in the specialist field Marketing, Personnel Management, etc. Marcie's answer is correct for Canada. In the US, degrees in law, dentistry and medicine (like D.D.S. and M.D.) that qualify you for a particular profession are called "professional degrees." Academically they are considered equivilant to the Masters degree.
The AA is not a professional degree. The professional degree are such as lawyer, medical doctor, etc..
A pre professional degree is an undergraduate degree obtained by students planning to attend graduate school. A post professional degree is the graduate degree.
Yes MBA is a professional degree. It is the master degree which is awarded in specific specialization.
Yes, that is a professional degree as long as it is a BA.
is MA in Education and M.Ed professional degrees
A PhD can be a type of professional degree. The term "professional degree" refers to a category of graduate degrees which prepare you for a specific career or profession.
Typically, the professional degree is advanced study particular to a specific field that follows the bachelor's degree. In the case of a nurse, the professional degree can be a master's or doctorate which is the requirement for a nurse practitioner.
The comparative is more professional. Most professional is the superlative.
It's a normal degree.
It is not necessary to have any sort of scholastic degree to play professional tennis.
J.D. Juris Doctor is a professional doctorate and first professional degree in Law.