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    Masters's or Masters

    I'm unsure how one uses punctuation in writing a title. If one has a Masters degree in something, how is that punctuated. Is it "I have a Master's degree in Science" or would it be "I have a Masters degree in Science" ? I'm unsure how the ownership rules work here. Possibly none of my suggestions are correct. Could someone let me know please.

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    Two Collie Tom


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    Re: Masters's or Masters

    Welcome to the forums.

    "A Master's degree in xxxx" OR "A Master's in xxx"are both acceptable.

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