I hold a Ph.D., an M.B.A.. and a B.Com degree.

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  • Acelever

    New Member
    As written, degree is singular because only B.Com modifies degree. You could, in any case, omit degree.
    The last should be singular because you are individually enumerating your degrees, and the articles "a" and "an" deserve their individual positions.

    You may also consider this: "I hold Ph.D., M.B.A., and B.Com degrees."


    Senior Member
    (Just as a side note, I would expect to see the degrees listed in the opposite order: "I hold a B.Com, an M.B.A., and a Ph.D. (degree).") Given the context, I don't think "degree" is required.
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