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- TGGLv 52 decades agoFavorite Answer
it all depends on what major you pick. It takes usually two to three years for a Master degree. Of course, it is possible to final the entire program in a year. However, your workload will be extremely heavy.
Give you an example, if you enroll in the same program as your bachelor degree (i.e. B.S. in Physics, and enrolls in M.S. Physics) then you basically should have no prerequisites, meaning not require to take any undergraduate course to satisfy the minimum requirement of the master program. Keeping one thing in mind, each school has different requirement.
A suggestion for you is to do more researhes, pick out a few schools that you want to attend, then go to their website to compare. This possible to most effective way to get an insight about the master program.Source(s): self experience
- 2 decades ago
不一定要給他代辦申請 但是可以去諮詢了解一下Source(s): 朋友+自己