The bachelor’s degree remains the standard for entry into many professional careers. Getting a bachelor’s degree can be the ticket to a more promising career.

In most cases, you cannot attend a professional graduate school in law, medicine, or teacher education unless you hold a bachelor’s degree. That means you will almost always need a bachelor’s before enrolling in a master’s program to open the door to even more career opportunities. A bachelor’s degree program aims to round out a student not only as a potential worker, but as a whole. It equips graduates with skills and knowledge in a particular field that will lead them to professional and middle-management jobs.

A master’s degree can be a viable option for those who want to further their knowledge of a particular subject, explore other areas of interest after having completed an undergraduate degree, or improve their career prospects. The nature of master’s degree programs mean prospective students must be prepared for an intensive learning experience that incorporates their undergraduate studies and/or their experience gained from employment. Broadly speaking, there are two main types of master’s degrees: taught master’s degrees and research master’s degrees. Taught master’s degrees (also called course-based master’s degrees) are much more structured, with students following a program of lectures, seminars and supervisions, as well as choosing their own research project to explore. Research master’s degrees, on the other hand, require much more independent work, allowing students to pursue a longer research project and involve less teaching time.












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