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A postgraduate degree, especially a master's degree or a doctorate.
- ‘Now they are graduating from college, some with advanced degrees.’
- ‘In some cases, teachers may receive a higher salary for advanced degrees.’
- ‘Without an advanced degree, he faces an uphill fight to get the job.’
- ‘A business valuation credential or advanced degree in taxation is a significant plus.’
- ‘The course is an advanced degree in the mathematical sciences.’
- ‘Their pursuit of an advanced degree is a sign of their seriousness about their vocation.’
- ‘Mark, 36, still owes more than $100,000 in student loans for his advanced degrees in psychology.’
- ‘Ninety percent said they expect to earn an advanced degree.’
- ‘The student with undergraduate deficiencies should expect to take more time working for the advanced degree.’
- ‘Some interdisciplinary academic programs are authorized to give advanced degrees.’
- ‘Forty-two percent of the students already hold advanced degrees.’
- ‘The exercise did change ideas about the necessity of an advanced degree, which might increase interest in the field.’
- ‘Of the 1132 female respondents, 148 had earned an advanced degree (Master's or above).’
- ‘Typically over 65 per cent of employees have advanced degrees.’
- ‘In the non-academic world, information professionals don't necessarily possess an advanced degree in library science, information science, or a related field.’
- ‘Virtually all of them have advanced degrees, some of which are doctorates.’
- ‘Critics wonder how forensics experts without advanced degrees can design double-blind studies, or use statistics to calculate error rates.’
- ‘The number of principals who hold advanced degrees is also increasing.’
- ‘People with advanced degrees in conservation are highly desirable.’
- ‘Proof of education is not required for nurses with an advanced degree.’
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