' s (Comprehensive) Colleges and Universities I: These institutions offer a full range of baccalaureate programs and are committed to graduate education through the master' s degree. They award 40 or more master' s degrees annually in three or more disciplines. Includes Appalachian, East Carolina, Fayetteville State, NC A&T, NC Central, UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Pembroke, UNC-Wilmington and Western Carolina.
someone who holds a master's degree from academic institution
a person holding an academic degree higher than a bachelor's but lower than a doctors
a higher degree course at postgraduate level providing learning outcomes that include the mastery or overview of the relevant field of study or area of professional practice. An award of Master may be either a higher degree by coursework or a higher degree by research.
The elected leader of the local lodge; also the title a Mason acquires once he has completed the third degree of membership.
's degree An academic degree awarded after a learner earns a specified number of credits according to the requirements of a college or university degree program. In the United States the number of credits typically represents one to two years of full-time college or university study that are completed after a student earns a bachelor’s degree.