1. Lorena18 New Member

    United States and English
    Como se dice "master's degree" en espanol?
     
  2. el alabamiano Senior Member

    Alabama
    Se dice máster. Ejs:

    She got her MA last year.
    Hizo un máster en Filosofía y Letras el año pasado.

    He has an MA.
    Es licenciado en Filosofía y Letras y tiene un máster.
     
  3. Mari Junior Member

    USA (Kansas) - English
    Guillerma, ¿por qué no me llamaste? :)

    Tambien se dice "licenciatura superior"

    Nos vemos en clase ;)

    Mari
     
  4. Lorena18 New Member

    United States and English
    Hola, Mari. Lo siento no te llame. Estaba en prisa. Gracias.
     
  5. Maeron Senior Member

    Mexico City
    Canada, English
    Maestría. Ah, no me permite el sistema contestar con menos de 10 palabras. Ya cumplí. Se dice maestría.
     
  6. funnydeal Senior Member

    Mexico, D.F.
    Mexico / Español



    Maestría
     
  7. diyer Senior Member

    Toledo
    Spain - Spanish
    Everything is correct in your answer except "estaba en prisa". You probably translated "to be in a hurry" literally, you musn't. In Spanish it's said "tenía prisa".

    I say this in order to add accuracy.You should do the same with others.

    Thanks for your liking. Keep trying. (probably this is not properly written) :)
     
  8. turleymunster Junior Member

    English, England
    What would a translation or equivalent to the term 'master's degree' in english?

    Thanks
     
  9. aurilla Senior Member

    Puerto Rico
    Am Eng/PR Spanish
    En Puerto Rico le dicen grado de maestría.
     
  10. giselak

    giselak Senior Member

    Wexford, Ireland
    Argentina-Español
    "Master especializado en ..." creo que sería el equivalente en español.
     
  11. aurilla Senior Member

    Puerto Rico
    Am Eng/PR Spanish
    El que está realizando estudios graduados es para obtener "una maestría" o "un grado de maestría".
     
  12. BasedowLives

    BasedowLives Senior Member

    uSa
    también

    "tengo mi maestría en..." - I have my masters in...
     
  13. giselak

    giselak Senior Member

    Wexford, Ireland
    Argentina-Español
    Sí, la maestría es un grado de especialización en un área determinada
     
  14. aurilla Senior Member

    Puerto Rico
    Am Eng/PR Spanish
    I would use "I have a master's degree in..."
     
  15. Jellby

    Jellby Senior Member

    Spanish (Spain)
    En España, creo que habría que ver si se trata de una "diplomatura" (3 años generalmente) o de una "licenciatura" (5 años) u otra cosa.
     
  16. mhp Senior Member

    American English
    A master degree is usually 2 years of study after a 4 year university degree. In some cases it is required to write a thesis, but not all programs and universities require this.
     
  17. MaxQED New Member

    Spanish - Argentina
    That sounds a lot like a Licenciatura in Argentina...
    But I'm having a very similar (reciprocal) problem...
     

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