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    HI! I was looking through undergraduate courses and found pretty much every course with the title of MA. Doesn't that mean Master? I am confused through because I was in the section of undergraduate courses.
    Thankful if anyone could help me!
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    (Original post by hannahlrf)
    HI! I was looking through undergraduate courses and found pretty much every course with the title of MA. Doesn't that mean Master? I am confused through because I was in the section of undergraduate courses.
    Thankful if anyone could help me!
    It is a masters degree, but instead of doing it as a postgraduate which is typically one year, it is undergraduate and therefore lasts for fours years.
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    That's not correct I'm afraid.. MA is the denomination for undergraduate (3 years for the standard path, 4 years with honours) in Scottish universities. Masters have different nomenclature (i.e. MLitt)
 
 
 
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