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  1. The Master of Science (M.Sc.) is an academic degree for post-graduate candidates or researchers, it usually takes from 4 to 7 years after passing the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree. Master programs are awarded in many sciences in the Egyptian Universities.

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  2. Master of Science. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Master of Science (usually abbreviated MSc) is a postgraduate degree. It is awarded by universities. Usually, it is awarded for studies in natural sciences or Engineering. A Master of Science is usually awarded after a Bachelor of Science, and after presenting an academic thesis work.

  3. Master of Science in Management, abbreviated MSc, MScM, MIM or MSM, is a Master of Science academic degree. In terms of content, it is similar to the MBA degree as it contains general management courses. According to a Financial Times ranking, the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, HEC Paris in France offer the best Master in Management programmes in the world in 2016 and 2017.

  4. Masters of Science Fiction is an American television anthology series by some of the producers of Masters of Horror. The show debuted on ABC on August 4, 2007, at 10PM for a run of four episodes. It was originally scheduled to run in six parts, but two episodes were removed from the schedule for undisclosed reasons.

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    "The Awakening"
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    • August 4 –, August 25, 2007
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  5. A Master of Science in engineering (abbreviated MSE, M.Sc.Eng. or MScEng) is a type of Master of Science awarded by universities in many countries. It is an academic degree to be differentiated from a Master of Engineering. A Master of Science in engineering can require completion of a thesis and qualifies the holder to apply for a program leading to a Doctor of Philosophy (often abbreviated Ph.D. or D.Phil.) in engineering, while a Master of Engineering can require completion of a project ...

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    In Ar­gentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Mex­ico, Colom­bia, Panamá, Perú and Uruguay, the Mas­ter of Sci­ence or Mag­is­ter is a post­grad­u­ate de­gree of two to four years of duration. The ad­mis­sion to a Mas­ter's pro­gram (Span­ish: Maestría; Por­tuguese: Mestrado) re­quires the full com­ple­tion of a four to five years long un­der­grad­u­ate de­gree, bach­e­lor's de­gree or a Li­cen­ti­ate's de­gree of the same length. De­fense of a re­search the­sis is re­quired. All mas­ter's de­grees qual­ify for a doc­tor­ate pro­gram.

    Aus­tralian uni­ver­si­ties com­monly have course­work or re­search-based Mas­ter of Sci­ence courses for grad­u­ate stu­dents. They typ­i­cally run for 1–2 years full-time, with vary­ing amounts of re­search in­volved.

    In Bangladesh, all uni­ver­si­ties, in­clud­ing Uni­ver­sity of De­vel­op­ment Al­ter­na­tive, Bangladesh Agri­cul­tural Uni­ver­sity, Dhaka Uni­ver­sity, Ja­gan­nath Uni­ver­sity, Uni­ver­sity of Chit­tagong, Ja­hangir­na­gar Uni­ver­sity, Is­lamic Uni­ver­sity, Bangladesh and Ra­jshahi Uni­ver­sityhave Mas­ter of Sci­ence courses as post­grad­u­ate de­grees. After pass­ing Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence any stu­dent be­comes el­i­gi­ble to study in this dis­ci­pline.

    In Canada, Mas­ter of Sci­ence (MSc) de­grees may be en­tirely course-based, en­tirely re­search-based or (more typ­i­cally) a mix­ture. Mas­ter's pro­grams typ­i­cally take one to three years to com­plete and the com­ple­tion of a sci­en­tific the­sisis often re­quired. Ad­mis­sion to a mas­ter's pro­gram is con­tin­gent upon hold­ing a four-year uni­ver­sity bach­e­lor's de­gree. Some uni­ver­si­ties re­quire a mas­ter's de­gree in order to progress to a doc­toral pro­gram (PhD).

    Com­monly the Chilean uni­ver­si­ties have used "Magíster" for a mas­ter de­gree, but other than that is sim­i­lar to the rest of South Amer­ica.

    Like all EU mem­ber states, the Re­pub­lic of Cyprus fol­low the Bologna Process. Uni­ver­si­ties in Cyprus have used ei­ther "Magíster Sci­en­tiae or Ar­tium" or Mas­ter of Art/Sci­ence for a mas­ter de­gree with 90 to 120 ECTS and du­ra­tion of stud­ies be­tween 1,5 to 2 years.

    Like all EU mem­ber states, the Czech Re­pub­lic and Slo­va­kia fol­low the Bologna Process. The Czech Re­pub­lic and Slo­va­kia are using two mas­ter's de­gree sys­tems. Both award a title of Mgr. or Ing. to be used be­fore the name.The older sys­tem re­quires a 5-year pro­gram. The new sys­tem takes only 2 years but re­quires a pre­vi­ously com­pleted 3-year bach­e­lor pro­gram (a Bc.title). It is re­quired to write a the­sis (in both mas­ter and bach­e­lor pro­gram) and also to pass final exams. It is mostly the case that the final exams cover the main study areas of the whole study pro­gram, i.e. a stu­dent is re­quired to prove his/her knowl­edge in many sub­jects he at­tended dur­ing the 2 resp. 3 years.

    The Mas­ter of Sci­ence (M.​Sc.) is an aca­d­e­mic de­gree for a post-grad­u­ate can­di­dates or re­searchers, it usu­ally takes from 4 to 7 years after pass­ing the Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence (B.​Sc.) de­gree. Mas­ter pro­grams are awarded in many sci­ences in the Egypt­ian Uni­ver­si­ties. A com­ple­tion of the de­gree re­quires fin­ish­ing a pre-mas­ter stud­ies fol­lowed by a sci­en­tific the­sis or re­search. All M.​Sc. de­gree hold­ers are al­low­able to take a step for­ward in the aca­d­e­mic track to get the PhDde­gree.

    Like all EU mem­ber states, Fin­land fol­lows the Bologna Process. The Mas­ter of Sci­ence (M.​Sc.) aca­d­e­mic de­gree usu­ally fol­lows the Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence (B.​Sc.) stud­ies which typ­i­cally last five years. For the com­ple­tion of both the bach­e­lor and the mas­ter stud­ies the stu­dent must ac­cu­mu­late a total of 300 ECTS cred­its, thus most Mas­ters pro­grams are two-year pro­grams with 120 cred­its. The com­ple­tion of a sci­en­tific the­sisis re­quired.

    Like all EU mem­ber states, Ger­many fol­lows the Bologna Process. The Mas­ter of Sci­ence (M.​Sc.) aca­d­e­mic de­gree re­places the once com­mon Diplom or Mag­is­ter pro­grams that typ­i­cally lasted four to five years. It is awarded in sci­ence re­lated stud­ies with a high per­cent­age of math­e­mat­ics. For the com­ple­tion the stu­dent must ac­cu­mu­late 300 ECTS Cred­its, thus most Mas­ters pro­grams are two-year pro­grams with 120 cred­its. The com­ple­tion of a sci­en­tific the­sisis re­quired.

  6. The Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) is a master's degree in leadership studies that is offered by a college of business. It is an alternative to, not a substitute for, the traditional Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. The MSL degree requirements may include some business/management courses that are required in an MBA program.

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