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History of the Masters Degree

HISTORY OF THE MASTERS DEGREE 1200s License to Teach The first degree system is developed in Medieval Europe, including the precursor to today's Masters degree: + licentia docendi, or "license to teach." 1231 Emancipation of The Pope grants The University of Paris the right to award licentia + docendi, a result of the progressing emancipation of universities from Universities the church. II 1870 The earned Masters degree, representing advanced study in an academic discipline, makes its first First Appears in the U.S. appearance in the U.S. 1999 Unified European University System The Bologna Accords mark the beginnings of a unified European O university system, with the goal of increasing the global value of academic degrees such as the Masters. 2012 From 2002-2012, the highest rate of increases in education attainment levels were doctorate and masters O degree -- those who held a masters climbed by 43%. t4) Masters Climbed by 43% i) (1) https://www.census.gow/newsroom/releases/archives/education/cb13-13.html

History of the Masters Degree

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