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A master's degree is an advanced degree, typically obtained after obtaining a bachelor's degree from a four-year college.  It goes:

2 year/Jr. College Degree: Associate's Degree

4 year College Degree: Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree (program length's vary)

PH'd: Post-Doctorate Degree (length's vary - typically obtained after a master's, typically requires a thesis or dissertation)

A master’s degree is a graduate degree that is normally pursued after completing a bachelor’s degree. It is conferred to people who demonstrate, through pursuing this degree, their mastery over a specific field of study. All graduate degrees offer some kind of specialization in a specific subject matter. People who want to do further specialization pursue doctoral degrees.

Master degree is an academic degree given to an individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery of a specific  subject of field of study. There are lots of field in which you can get your master degree. Along with it we have so many schools like computers schools , healthcare schools, arts and design schools, nursing schools etc. where you can easily find your degree program. You just need to choose the best educational school.

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