What is a Master of Science?
A Master of Science is a postgraduate university qualification with a focus on scientific, engineering and mathematical courses/research. You’ll develop your science skills and knowledge according to your personal interest and future goals. To earn a Master of Science degree you generally need to complete a series of courses in your chosen specialisation which includes relevant research or thesis work depending on which learning institution you study with.
Common abbreviations of a Master of Science include M.Sc and M.S.
During your Master of Science degree, you will likely attend lectures either online or on-campus as well as participate in practical sessions and demonstrations. This ensures you receive a solid scientific foundation, preparing you to further your career or diversify your employment options.
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