I agree, but then neither is "You have a master's degree"? Unless said in a tone of great surprise, the question should be phrased: "Do you have a master's degree?" But a 'master's degree' can mean different things to different people. In the UK an MA (= Master of Arts) degree from a university is different from a 'master's in business studies'. If asking about the former, I might say: "Are you an MA?". Perhaps others, more expert, will improve on this effort!"Are you a master's degree" is not in the least idiomatic in my opinion.
No, that is still not good. You could make it grammatical by saying "Did you graduate with a Master's degree?" but it would still sound odd.How about "Did you graduate with Master's degree?"?
The ONLY instance where I think "are you of master's degree" would make any sense would be in the martial arts environment. There it is perfectly normal to say "what degree are you?" If you're talking about a Master's degree in an educational setting, I would only use your second example.Hey guys~
Can I ask in this way : "Are you of master's degree" instead of saying "You have a master's degree"?