What is MASTER’S DEGREE?

Typically requiring four years of study and obtained from a college or university, this is a distinction as a higher level of education. A master’s degree program exists in almost all industries and fields of study. Thinking independently in their specialized field of study and showing ability to solve problems is the goal of such graduates.

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