Masters degree title?
Do you get a title if you get a masters degree, like PhD's get the title doctor?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
A lot of people use their masters abbreviation on their name in the professional world.
MSW (master social work)
MBA (master business administration)
MSN (master science nursing)
I see those on business cards and emails all the time. But there are alot of people that don't put them on - it depends on your environment.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Nope =( It just says MS instead of BS on your degree.
Edit: Although chances are you'll become a TA while getting your masters and sometimes some students become actual teachers. They don't get the title Professor and probably not even Associate Professor but I'm sure they get something.
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- LorienLv 44 years ago
No, it just means they are a qualified pharmacist and have completed a degree programme in pharmacy. A PhD is a doctorate qualification enabling the recipient to call themselves a doctor of whatever they studied. MD is the qualification earned by a medical doctor.