Does anyone here really and truely have a PhD or even an MA? If so, what is it

United States
December 29, 2006 2:19pm CST
in? Also what did you do your thesis on? Was it scary when you went before the committee to argue your thesis? I'd really like to know. If you don't have your MA or PHD please don't post I don't have it or I don't know. I don't care! I only want to talk to you if you have something real to say.
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@ESKARENA1 (18296)
29 Dec 06
i have a M.A in modern social history from lancaster university, i got it in 1991, it gave me the academic credit to gain a scholarship to take a research studentship to gain a phD in history from Huddersfield university in 1996. Yes its true going infront of the viva commitee is frightening but they were on my side and told me before we started that i had got it, all i had to do was defend it i got it in half a hour lol good luck
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@msqtech (15075)
• United States
9 Jan 07
I like to teach the degrees practical application in my work
@vanities (11409)
• Davao, Philippines
30 Dec 06
wow thats rude...anyway your intitled to your opinion on that matter...i dont take any masteral i just finished accountancy and working freelance so i have nothing to share with you in what your trying to ask for..
• United States
31 Dec 06
I wasn't meaning to be rude. I was just trying to avoid having 110 responses of "I don't Know" or "I don't have a degree". That isn't what I asked. And I hate sifting through answers of people who are just trying to rack up points and having nothing directed to my discussion. I apologize if that offened you - but it wasn't directed at you.
@msqtech (15075)
• United States
9 Jan 07
I think many do but I find practical experience to be the best teacher