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 How many years is a master's degree?

Answer To receive a master's degree, you first need to complete a Bachelor's degree, which is usually a four year program. The Master's degree is traditionally a two-year program, though some programs may... Read More »
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Masters degree is how many years?

This depends on the subject I believe, but in the UK it is common for a master's degree to take 5 years from undergraduate status. Check a university prospectus (most available online, for example... Read More »
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How many years does it take in forensic cia masters degree?

Typically, a masters can take approximately two to three years depending on the specific program of study, the curriculum layout, and the institution course and credit mandates.
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How many years does it take to get a masters degree in psychology?

The first step toward a career in the field of psychology is an undergraduate degree, requiring four years. Upon completion of that work, earning a master's degree typically requires two years of ... Read More »
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How many years of college do you need to get a masters degree in pediatrician?

Approximately 700 or an average of 14 per state. Pediatric Surgeons can be found in Children's Hospitals or very large Community Hospitals in large cities.
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