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master's degree

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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master's degreeˈmaster’s deˌgree (also master’s informal) noun [countable]  SECa university degree such as an MA, M.Sc., or M.S., that you can get by studying for one or two years after your first degree
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master's degreeHe earned a master's degree in plant pathology from the University of Wisconsin.He received a master's degree in agricultural economics and a doctorate in economics and marketing from Cornell University.Finally she decided to develop her interest in communications through a master's degree.Candidates who successfully complete this qualification can often gain direct access to a master's degree.She is a woman of wit and intelligence, with a master's degree in business administration.She received her master's degree in health service administration from the University of Oregon, Eugene.It's for your master's degree.
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