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doctorate

the highest academic degree in any field of knowledge
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Borbasi and Emden (2001) note that completing a doctorate in nursing does not necessarily prepare nurses to be better clinicians or managers and they found that most nurses undertake higher degrees to fulfil personal goals.
The data did not indicate what proportion of a country's science and engineering PhDs got their doctorates at home what proportion abroad.
com's list of the "Top 101 cities with the most people having Doctorate degrees.
Speaking at the ceremony at St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, Moloney said: "It is a great musical achievement for The Chieftains to be receiving an honorary doctorate from DIT.
DeHaan, a CPA, recently completed his doctorate in accounting at the University of Washington and is an assistant professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
32% of masters and doctorates were unemployed in the first half, which is still lower than 5.
To this end, an additional goal of the paper is to ask if time and the pool of earned doctorates matter in the analysis of equity group representation among Canadian university professors.
OPERA superstar Bryn Terfel is to be awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Bangor University for his contribution to music.
BROADCASTER Eamon Dunphy has revealed how he turned down the offer of an honorary doctorate from an unnamed college because he "didn't feel I deserved it".
Taught professional doctorates will provide students with a grounding in all types of research methods and is an approach that could be argued as providing broader research training than the traditional PhD route [13].
It was the largest percentage ever recorded for minority recipients in the annual Survey of Earned Doctorates.
So many world events characterize these times as revolutionary it's appropriate that clinical laboratory science would evolve, during this decade in this new millennium, into a self-defining, self-determining, and self-sustaining profession with the introduction of the keystone degree, the professional doctorate.