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Offline jcurt1984

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Quick Question about MSAST from TESC
« on: Feb 09, 2016, 06:51 »
So I am about six months away from completing the Master's of Science in Applied Science and Technology degree from Thomas Edison State College. The degree is abbreviated as MSAST at TESC. But other places have different abbreviations. The following are the possible choices I can use in a particular format: Master of Science (M.S.), Master of Science (M.Sc.), Master of Science (MS), Master of Science (MSc), Master of Technology (M.Tech.), and Master of Technology (MTech).

So my question is this: Which of these is the most accurate in terms of the degree itself? I mostly need to know from a resume writing standpoint. I know how to describe the MSAST, but I think I need the closest abbreviation from the list above due to the lack of familiarity with Thomas Edison's degree and its abbreviation.

Thank you in advance guys,

Joshua

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Re: Quick Question about MSAST from TESC
« Reply #1 on: Feb 09, 2016, 08:18 »
It's like the BSAST they offer, that's the actual degree you get. It's similar to a BS, but there are different requirements. The same thing applies here. The diploma will say, "Master of Science and Science Technology."

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Re: Quick Question about MSAST from TESC
« Reply #2 on: Feb 09, 2016, 09:20 »
Thanks for the response MMM. I am trying to determine which degree abbreviation is the most appropriate from the ones I listed. I have the BSAST already and was just wondering which of the listed degrees and their abbreviations were the closest or most applicable. Any thoughts?

Thanks

 


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