Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Arts also referred as MA is a master’s degree program awarded by the universities on studied subject within the scope of humanities including history, philosophy, literature, and subjects of social science including history, literature, languages, linguistics, public administration, political science, communication studies, law, etc. A master’s degree is an academic qualification and higher education certification of doing specialization successfully in a particular field of study.
As Benjamin Franklin said “an investment in knowledge pays the best interest” a “Master of Arts” can benefit you in a diverse ways and open various industries doors.
Masters degree program one- or two-year study of a particular subject from a recognized nationally or internationally university generally start in month of September or January.
Students who wish to obtain the program need to go through a criterion and must have 180 credits in total, any other below this criterion is not eligible for the program. The result of the master’s degree appears in terms of fail, pass, merit or credit and distinction which is defined by the percentage 50% for pass, 60% for a merit and 70% for a distinction.
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Master of Science (MSc)
Master of Science or simply called and abbreviated as MSc or M.Sc. is a master’s degree program in the science discipline awarded by the university. The field of science has a vast scope that includes subjects of science, engineering, and mathematics.
This is two-year full-time or the equivalent period part-time course and may be completely based on course or research carries writing thesis or may be a combination of both.
The knowledge, skills, understanding, and specialization in a subject that degree of MSc gives you will improve your career prospects and increase potential chances of earnings.
To pursue MSc program students must have holding a bachelor’s degree with at least 180 credits in total and any other below this criterion of credits is not eligible for the program. The result of the master’s degree appears in terms of fail, pass, merit or credit and distinction which is defined by the percentage 50% for pass, 60% for a merit and 70% for a distinction.