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 Is there an apostrophe in master's degree?

Answer The answer is a yes and no. It is a "master's degree," but it is also a "Master of Arts" or "Master of Science."The apostrophe s indicates that a word is possessive. Since the master holds the de... Read More »
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Is there an apostrophe between masters&degree?

There is never an apostrophe between masters and degree. However, the Associated Press Stylebook states that an apostrophe is used in the word "master's" when used in the term "master's degree."Sou... Read More »
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Difference Between an Executive Masters & a Masters Degree?

A master's degree can increase your pay substantially, but mainly in fields where the master's degree has emerged as the standard benchmark degree for employment or advancement. This is especially ... Read More »
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The Advantages of a Doctoral Degree Vs. a Masters Degree in Nursing?

Many practicing Registered Nurses hold associate or bachelor's degrees in nursing. A nurse who wants to specialize in a specific area may consider getting a master's or doctoral degree in nursing. ... Read More »
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Is it spelled master's degree or masters degree?

The 2009 Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law says, "A master's degree" or "a master's" is acceptable in any reference. The preferred form is to avoid using an abbreviation unless u... Read More »
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