Definition of Master's degree

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

Definition of Master's degree

1. Noun. A postgraduate degree which aims to assist students in developing a mastery for a particular academic field or profession. ¹

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Literary usage of Master's degree

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1. Proceedings by Freemasons Canada. Royal Arch Masons. Grand Chapter (1894)
""So far as Chapters are officially concerned, we have nothing to do with conferring the Past Master.s degree upon a Master elect of a Blue Lodge. ..."

2. Education Trends in Perspective: Analysis of the World Education Indicators by OECD Staff, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (2005)
"... or Community College Diploma with high marks '£ O 3 6 Bachelor.s degree Diploma in 2 3 24 1 18 education Bachelor.s degree Master.s degree 23 25-26 2-3 ..."

3. A History of American Literature by William B. Cairns (1912)
"He actually entered upon his studies in that institution in 1763, took his bachelor,s degree in 1767, and his master,s degree after three years more of ..."

4. Catalogue by Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.) (1913)
"The Master.s degree will not be conferred upon them until the Commencement succeeding that at which the Bachelor's degree has been conferred, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of the State of by Freemasons California. Royal Arch Masons. Grand Chapter (1879)
"... the Past Master,s degree to he conferred in onr Chapters • as a step preparatory to the Royal Arch.' When the Royal Arch degree was still nnder control ..."

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