How old were you, in years and months, when you got those degrees?
I’m gonna call this more an IMHO thing rather than a Great Debates.
Off it goes.
Bachelor’s Degree: 21 years, 7 months
Master’s Degree: 23 years, 7 months
AB: 21y 3m
MS: 22y 4m
BA: 21 years, 5 months
MA: 24 years, 7 months
BS: 21 years, 10 months
MS: 34 years, 10 months
BA: 21y, 3m
MEd: 30y exactly
21 for B.A., 29 for M.S.* (you want details in months? C’mon…)
*I have a Master’s Degree in Science.
I did 4 years active duty in the USAF after high school so I got a later start. Got my BSME at 28. Went into the work force for a few years and got my Masters in Engineering at 35.
B.S. - 23 years 4 months
M.B.A - 31 years 4 months
I joined the Marines after high school. B.S. degree at 29yrs 11mos. No Masters degree, at least not yet.
Bachelor of Business Administration: 22 years, 2 months
Master of Science: 24 years, 2 months. I went straight to grad school, to get a Masters in Market Research.
BA: 21 years, 2 months
MA: 24 years, 9 months
BS in Mechanical Engineering when I was 22. I was in the co-op program so my graduation was delayed by three semesters.
Undergrad = 24 years old and no months
MBA= 29 years and 3 months
BS & BA - 23 years 3 months
MA - 26 years 4 months
B. Sc. 20 years
M. Sc. 32 years
Can I tag along?
For those with many years between undergraduate and graduate, why?
For those with less than 3 years between degrees, how come? E.g.: John Mace took 13 months to get an MS; Details?
BS: 24 years, 4 months
MS: 42 years
BA: 21 years
MS: 31 years
I have 10 years between degrees. The time between is because I decided to change careers: the master’s was essentially required for entry into the new field, so I did it.