1. Boljon Senior Member

    Chinese
    How can I say "master degree" in Spanish?
    Thank you!
     
  2. Perdido Senior Member

    Kansas
    EEUU
    Máster.

    Saludos.
     
  3. Shoquim

    Shoquim Senior Member

    Hermosillo, Sonora
    Mexico (Español)
    Grado de Maestro en (Ciencias/Economía/Educación/Ingeniería,/etc) o simplemente Maestría, si no se quiere expresar la especialidad.
     
  4. AJGP Senior Member

    Puerto Rico
    Spanish, Colombia
    You can say : "Grado/título de maestría".
     
  5. Dudu678

    Dudu678 Senior Member

    Madrid
    Español (España)
    En España se usa máster, en Latinoamérica maestría.

    Depende de a quién te quieras dirigir.

    Saludos ;).
     
  6. ainara23 Junior Member

    Spanish
    Hola quería saber si esto está bien redactado y escrito o si lo escribiriais de otra forma para que quede mejor. Muchas gracias. Un saludo

    I am recently received a Master degree in Industrial Engineering with Industrial Management speciality from the University of Zaragoza (Spain).
     
  7. JB

    JB Senior Member

    Santa Monica, CA, EEUU
    English (AE)
    If your degree is an M.S. (Master's of Science) then I would say
    ... an M.S. in . . .
    or
    ... a Master's of Science in . . .
     
  8. bailarín

    bailarín Senior Member

    Ciudadano del mundo
    English (USA)
    One note, I have seen people use both Master's degree and Master degree. I'm not sure which is correct. I've tried searching the Internet for you to get a definitive answer, but still, I see both examples used. Personally, I like the sound of "Master's."

    I hope this helps.
     

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