Academic degrees abbreviations: technical degrees, professional degrees, medical specialties, mastersmagister, doctorates. A practical guide.

Isaac Kuzmar, Valeria Montoya

Abstract


In recent years there has been a radical change in institutions of higher education. The number of students has increased, the competition in delivering quality programs is a demand required by the market environment.

Keywords


Academic Degrees; Abbreviation; Fellow

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DOI: 10.17081/innosa.4.1.2443

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