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 What is the difference between a Ph.D.& a master's degree?

Answer A master's degree requires three to four years past the bachelor's degree, advanced coursework and a written thesis or comprehensive exam. A doctorate, or Ph.D., requires four to eight years of stu... Read More »
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Difference Between an Executive Masters & a Masters Degree?

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What Is the Difference Between a Masters in Social Work & a Counseling Degree?

A master's in social work, or MSW, and a master's in counseling prepare students to help others deal with and solve their personal problems. The MSW is popular because it is recognized in 50 states... Read More »
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The Advantages of a Doctoral Degree Vs. a Masters Degree in Nursing?

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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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