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A postgraduate degree, especially a master's degree or a doctorate.
‘The course is an advanced degree in the mathematical sciences.’
‘Each year Dietitians of Canada, in partnership with corporate sponsors, recognizes members who are centering a dietetic internship program or pursuing an advanced degree at the master's or doctoral level.’
‘In some cases, teachers may receive a higher salary for advanced degrees.’
‘For officers, of course, it was a different story around 90 percent had university degrees, with nearly 40 percent holding advanced degrees.’
‘Salaries for those with advanced degrees far surpass those of graduates with bachelor's degrees.’
‘Without an advanced degree, he faces an uphill fight to get the job.’
‘Scholars were more likely to choose an engineering degree even though it requires an advanced degree for a lasting career.’
‘A technical degree or advanced degree is not essential to work in the aerospace industry.’
‘Of the 1132 female respondents, 148 had earned an advanced degree (Master's or above).’
‘Sixty-five percent of our jurors have advanced degrees.’
‘Whether a teacher has a master's or other advanced degree appears to count only in science and math.’
‘Forty-two percent of the students already hold advanced degrees.’
‘Now they are graduating from college, some with advanced degrees.’
‘People with advanced degrees in conservation are highly desirable.’
‘Virtually all of them have advanced degrees, some of which are doctorates.’
‘The exercise did change ideas about the necessity of an advanced degree, which might increase interest in the field.’
‘If you decide to go back to school, whether for another degree or an advanced degree, you should already be clear about what you'd like to accomplish.’
‘Today, 90 percent of the staff members have 4-year degrees, and 27 percent have advanced degrees.’
‘The student with undergraduate deficiencies should expect to take more time working for the advanced degree.’
‘Ninety percent said they expect to earn an advanced degree.’
‘A business valuation credential or advanced degree in taxation is a significant plus.’
‘Some interdisciplinary academic programs are authorized to give advanced degrees.’
‘The number of principals who hold advanced degrees is also increasing.’
‘Their pursuit of an advanced degree is a sign of their seriousness about their vocation.’
‘However, the data also reveal that more than one-half of Slovak Americans who received a bachelor's degree continued their education and obtained an advanced degree.’
‘She has advanced degrees from Columbia and Penn in literature and cognitive science, respectively.’
‘In 1975 workers with advanced degrees earned 1.8 times as much as high school graduates.’
‘About 90% of blog readers have college degrees and an astonishing 50% have advanced degrees.’
‘The rage for advanced degrees has widened to embrace even the doctorate.’
‘Officers were encouraged to obtain an advanced degree for promotion purposes, but the value of that degree to leadership development was not recognized.’
‘Proof of education is not required for nurses with an advanced degree.’
‘Given that the majority of female college presidents hold a doctorate, an advanced degree may actually be a prerequisite or screening type of variable for top administrative positions.’
‘All respondents had completed high school, and 42% had completed a baccalaureate degree; 7% held an advanced degree of some kind.’
‘Several detainees have advanced degrees in law, engineering, and medicine from American and European schools like the University of London.’
‘Mark, 36, still owes more than $100,000 in student loans for his advanced degrees in psychology.’
‘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.’
‘Critics wonder how forensics experts without advanced degrees can design double-blind studies, or use statistics to calculate error rates.’