Do you have a Master’s degree?
MS in physiological optics. (Also a PhD in physiological optics)
Halfway to a dual major Masters Degree.
Yes. Two of them. MHA, MBA
Yes. M.C.M. (Master of Church Music, Choral Conducting), Scarritt College, 1982.
And I might say that the world is better because of it.
Had to take leave from grad school to care for a dying parent before my Thesis was even started. Course work was done. Thesis credit expired and changed from Incomplete to Failed. That got me kicked out and black balled from returning.
We are getting there 🙃
I have a B.A. English&Religion from a Liberal Arts college. (I know, hard to imagine. It was a mercy graduation)
I have a Doctorate from the School of Life in Stubbornness, Stupidity, and Addiction.
Yes, but I call it my “almost masters”. It’s a Master of Arts in Teaching. It’s a one year program where you take a few extra classes your senior year of undergrad, some summer classes, and some extra classes during the year you already have to spend getting certified. Do more work in the same amount of time, get a degree and a nice pay bump.
No, but I'm working on a doctorate.
There are only a few fields of study whee you can obtain a doctorate without a masters.
Most people with PhD's in my field (physiological optics) didn’t get a masters degree first. I’m one of the rare people who did.
I am better educated now.
It's been a minute since I read OPO
NotSo ... no wonder you don’t understand.
Actually Thinkie, it’s rather simple. Two follows one and is before three.
I will have mine in May
I will relatively soon
Yes, in Curriculum and Instruction.