University Study in USA

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Most 4-year colleges especially those offering liberal sciences and liberal art courses are bachelors degree granting institutions. Some of these institutions also offer financial aid and scholarships to international students pursuant to the fulfillment of specified academic requirements. Most of them also grant Masters degree to bachelor degree holders after graduate level study.

A Masters degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. Postgraduate studies usually lead to a Masters degree and many universities in the United States offer graduate programs in wide range of field. These specialist fields include Business, Management, Engineering, Applied Sciences, Leadership and core research work in other practical areas. Admission to a masters program normally requires holding a bachelors degree (in the United Kingdom, Canada and much of the Commonwealth, an 'honours' bachelor degree), although relevant work experience may qualify a candidate. In some cases the student's bachelors degree must be in the same subject as the intended masters degree, or in a closely allied discipline; in others, the subject of the bachelors degree is unimportant. Click HEREto proceed to registration.