master's degree

noun
a degree awarded by a graduate school or department, usually to a person who has completed at least one year of graduate study.
Also called master's.
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Example sentences
Future teachers have a strong academic education for three years, then enter a
  two-year master's degree program.
My boyfriend has his master's degree and a great job.
But when it came to finding a new job with her master's degree in library and
  information studies, her strategy backfired.
He is set on a research career and is now considering a master's degree in
  particle physics as his next step.
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