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Old February 04, 2010, 05:24 AM
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Cuando alguien se licencia en España, obtiene una licenciatura en una especialidad es decir a master´s degree in Economics for example, después decide hacer un máster en administración de empresas, paga un montón y dura un año normalmente, no es el doctorado, es un complemento a su educacíon que o bien aumenta su educación o la complementa. Cómo se le llama en inglés a este tipo de Máster , supongo que algo así como postgraduated studies????
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Old February 04, 2010, 05:38 AM
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Se dice minor. Exemplo: She received a master's degree in law with a minor in business administration.
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Old February 04, 2010, 07:07 AM
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Creo que en inglés británico sería "master's" o "master's degree". Eso de "minor" no existe en Reino Unido (y aunque haya títulos de "X with Y" son algo distinto de lo que describes).

Un máster en administración de empresas específicamente se llama "MBA". "She has a master's in Economics and an MBA".
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Es curioso que un "máster" sea un "minor"
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I also find it odd when they say "She has a master's degree" when I would expect it to be a mistress' degree.
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Old February 04, 2010, 10:14 AM
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I also find it odd when they say "She has a master's degree" when I would expect it to be a mistress' degree.
Do you expect a lady who studies for only three years to get a spinster's degree?
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Do you expect a lady who studies for only three years to get a spinster's degree?
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No sé a qué viene tanto machismo. Tal vez en GB sí estudien las mujeres para ser solteras.
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