Which is correct? "Master's Programs" or "Masters Programs"?
The phrase is to indicate a list of programs (degrees) a university offers.
Therefore without the apostrophe!
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Master's Degree Project
for the title and then
This Masters project is ....
in the abstract?
This has been a heated debate at our school.
Thank you ~Linda
Master's degree program
Post Master's Specialization
The degree is a Master of Arts or Master of Sciences, therefore a Master's degree is the degree of a Master in that subject. It takes the possessive, therefore it takes an apostrophe. It's amazing that so many universities (including Oxford and Cambridge) have inconsistency on this.
The same goes for Bachelor's degree.
Example: I have a master's degree from MIT.
C'mon, get it right!
People are waiting to help.
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