accounting professional with a master degree in Accounting

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maolala

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zhongwen
Hi Guys,
Please help me with the following sentence,

"I am an Accounting Professional with a master degree in Accounting"

Is the sentence right? Can I use "with a master degree in Accounting" after" I am an Accounting Professional"?


Thank you!!
 
  • kajabla

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    First, let's fix the minor grammar issues here: "I am an accounting professional with a master's degree in accounting." There's no need to capitalize any of those words, and the degree is referred to as a "master's," not a "master" degree.
    Yes, you can do that. The sentence is a little redundant, but if someone read the sentence "I am an accounting professional with a master's degree," they could fairly ask the question "A master's degree in what field?", so I think what you've got is fine.
     

    Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    If you don't want to repeat the word "accounting" (and I wouldn't), you could say, "I'm an accounting professional with a master's degree in my field."
     
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