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/ˈdäktərit/,
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doctorates, plural;
  1. The highest degree awarded by a graduate school or other approved educational organization
    • - a doctorate in Classics

  1. doctor's degree: one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
  2. (doctoral) of or relating to a doctor or doctorate; "doctoral dissertation"; "doctorial candidates"
  3. A doctorate is an academic degree or professional degree that in most countries refers to a class of degrees which qualify the holder to teach in a specific field (eg. PhD).
  4. (Doctoral) students in counseling psychology or school psychology may have 684 Professional Internship on the degree plan that is remaining for which he or she must be registered.
  5. One of several degrees granted by graduate schools.
  6. The highest academic degree conferred by a university to students who have completed at least three years of graduate study beyond the bachelor's and/or master's degree and who have demonstrated their academic ability in oral and written examinations and through original research presented in ...
  7. The highest degree obtained at a university, usually requiring three to five years of original research in a specialized field of study.
  8. a degree ranking above the master's degree and normally awarded after two or three years' study, although most students need more time to finish; the average for many is four to five years. ...
  9. The highest attainable educational degree.
  10. (Ph.D., Ed.D., etc.)   granted by a few colleges and some universities and generally require the completion of 30-36 semester hours of graduate-level courses beyond the Master’s Degree and may include extensive research and a dissertation in addition to written exams.
  11. The generic name given to a variety of qualifications awarded by universities recognising sustained work of original research in a particular field. ...
  12. The highest university degree, also called a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.).
  13. The highest qualification that a university or other educational organisation can award. Usually doctoral students will have completed an undergraduate degree and a masters degree before beginning their doctorate. ...
  14. The degree title or rank of a person who has successfully completed the required course work, dissertation and oral examination of an academic program past the master's level. Most of your professors have a doctoral degree and are referred to as "Dr. ___".
  15. A level of study that is the next step up from Postgraduate level. Usually called a PhD, this level of study will usually involve research for a Higher Education institution and result in you becoming a Doctor of a certain subject.
  16. Doctorates (PhDs) are available through several routes. The PhD is normally awarded following the successful completion of a thesis requiring the equivalent of three years’ full-time research and study to complete. ...
  17. the highest level academic qualification, based on individual, original research.
  18. (e.g., Ph.D.) – Takes several years after your masters.  (Many programs allow you to come in with just a bachelors degree.)