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MASTER'S DEGREE

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MASTER'S DEGREE (noun)
  The noun MASTER'S DEGREE has 1 sense:

1. an academic degree higher than a bachelor's but lower than a doctor's

  Familiarity information: MASTER'S DEGREE used as a noun is very rare.


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MASTER'S DEGREE (noun)


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Meaning:

An academic degree higher than a bachelor's but lower than a doctor's

Classified under:

Nouns denoting communicative processes and contents

Hypernyms ("master's degree" is a kind of...):

academic degree; degree (an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study)

Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "master's degree"):

MArch; Master of Architecture (a degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture)

Master of Science in Engineering (a master's degree in engineering)

Master of Science; MS; MSc; SM (a master's degree in science)

Master in Public Affairs (a master's degree in questions of public concern)

Master of Library Science; MLS (a master's degree in library science)

Master of Literature; MLitt (a master's degree in literature)

Master of Fine Arts; MFA (a master's degree in fine arts)

Master of Education; MEd (a master's degree in education)

Master of Divinity; MDiv (a master's degree in religion)

Master in Business; Master in Business Administration; MBA (a master's degree in business)

Master of Arts in Teaching; MAT (a master's degree in teaching)

MALS; Master of Arts in Library Science (a master's degree in library science)

AM; Artium Magister; MA; Master of Arts (a master's degree in arts and sciences)

Master of Theology; ThM (a master's degree in theology)


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