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Question 1: A Master of Arts (Latin: Magister Artium) is a postgraduate academic ________ awarded by universities in many countries.
Engineer's degreeDoctorateBachelor's degreeMaster's degree

Question 2: (It should be noted that the MLitt is a research degree at the ________, where the Master of Philosophy (MPhil) is the name given to the standard one-year taught degree, in contrast to the use of MPhil at other institutions for a research degree.)
University of CambridgeUniversity of OxfordUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of Bristol

Question 3: Admission to a master's program is normally contingent upon holding a bachelor's degree, and progressing to a ________ program usually requires a master's degree.
DoctorateAcademic degreeDoctor (title)Postgraduate education

Question 4: The Master of Arts degree traces its origin to the teaching licence, or Licentia docendi, for the ________.
University of ParisUniversity of HeidelbergUniversity of Paris 1 Pantheon-SorbonneMedieval university

Question 5: At Oxford, Cambridge and Dublin, it is awarded without further examination to those who are entitled to the undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Arts after a certain number of years, and in the ________ it is awarded as a first degree to undergraduates.
University of St AndrewsUniversity of AberdeenAncient universities of ScotlandAncient university

Question 6: The Master of Arts (BrE: MA, UsE: M.A.) is awarded in ________, Humanities, Theology and Social Sciences.
The artsFine artPaintingPerforming arts

Question 7: However, some universities—particularly those in Scotland—award the Master of Letters (MLitt) to students in the ________, Humanities, Divinity and Social Sciences.
The artsPaintingFine artPerforming arts

Question 8: For example, ________, the University of Chicago, MIT and the University of Pennsylvania use the degree abbreviations A.M.
Rutgers UniversityHarvard UniversityHarvard CrimsonBrown University

Question 9: Until recently, both the undergraduate and postgraduate masters degrees were awarded without grade or class (like the class of an ________).
Academic degreeCollegeBritish degree abbreviationsBachelor's degree

Question 10: The degree is typically studied for in English, ________, History, Nursing, Humanities, Geography, Philosophy, Social Sciences or Theology and can be either fully-taught, research-based, or a combination of the two.
Performing artsGraphicsVisual artsFine art


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