Are these sentences grammatically correct? If they are wrong, why are they wrong?

1. I have done masters in psychology from a university in India. 

2. I have had masters in psychology from a university in India. 

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  • 1 month ago
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    Both are incorrect:

    I attained a master's degree in psychology from a university in India. 

  • 1 month ago

    they sound okay to me

  • 1 month ago

    Yes, both are grammatically incorrect. At minimum you need an article after the verb. 

    Also, it is not common in any standard English to talk about “doing” a degree and certainly not to “had” one. 

    It would be correct to say:

    1. I have completed/finished a masters in psychology from a university in India. 

    Or

    2. I have/possess/hold a masters in psychology from a university in India. 

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