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advanced degree

noun as in postgraduate degree

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In the first round, people using VAMS mostly had advanced degrees.

Those 65 and older vote at rates roughly 50% higher than those 18 to 29, and advanced degree holders up to nearly three times as often as those without a high school diploma.

Still, the three-month closure was difficult for grad students dependent upon their research for an advanced degree.

He headed to Berklee College of Music for an advanced degree, writing a thesis on how to design a music-based nonprofit in India.

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Electrical engineers with advanced degrees designed that system.

In 2000, half of high school seniors wanted to pursue an advanced degree, a percentage that has doubled since 1970.

And for those with college or an advanced degree, the ratio is about 4.4.

In an economy where everyone is overqualified, having an advanced degree is virtually worthless.

John, who holds an advanced degree in medical anthropology, is now working in Antigua as a database programmer.

If your husband is a professional man and you have married early, he may still be working for an advanced degree.

This clinical form represents the most advanced degree attained by the disease; it might be called the tic's apogee.

An additional two to four years of study and research were required for the awarding of an advanced degree.

The eggs which have been incubated to an advanced degree are as eagerly devoured as those quite fresh.

I had heard that Cleary was sensitive about having no advanced degree.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to advanced degree, such as: doctoral degree, doctorate, master's, master's degree, phd, and postgrad degree.

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