Students will benefit from:
Admission to a master's program is normally contingent upon holding a bachelor's degree , and progressing to a doctoral program may require a master's degree. In some fields or graduate programs, work on a doctorate can begin immediately after the bachelor's degree. Some programs provide for a joint bachelor's and master's degree after about five years. Some universities use the Latin degree names, and due to the flexibility of word order in Latin , Artium Magister (.) or Scientiæ Magister (.) may be used in some institutions.