What's everyones expertise. Name your academic certificate?
BS in BS?
associate's in ?
I never went to college but got course certificates in construction mamagement/blueprint reading and drafting from the local housing authority classes (MSHDA) Michigan Housing Development Authority
Whats your expertise?
Masters in English Literature
(now starting all over with a degree in psychology at uni of london....!)
No expert at anything... except just a burning desire to help the less privileged, esp. children everywhere! Doubt if a degree makes any difference there!
Associates in Web Development by the end of 2010......
Dropped out of (UK) college pretty much and began to make money online
My most important qualification is my Phd in Life......
BSc 1st Class Hons in Cellular Pathology
PhD for research into autoimmune haemolytic anaemia
Postgraduate Diploma with distinction in Library and Information Studies
B.A. in History
My focus began in Near/Middle Eastern studies...but then, as I saw the role of European states in the region, I branched out...
BS in music composition and production with emphasis in publishing. I've published music in over 135 languages. I'm fluent in pig-latin.
B.S. in Mass Communications/Journalism from North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND.
Minors in Speech Communications and Animal & Range Sciences (I started out a pre-vet major but I discovered it was way too much science for me!)
B.A. in Spanish with Political Science.
Post-Grad Teaching Certificate: Spanish and French.
Diploma in Translation from Spanish to English.
RSA Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign language.
Diploma as Specialist Nursery Teacher.
"The Eternal Student!"
Too many papers but I never knew how to make the most out of them! Still struggling and thinking there might be just one more certificate to get!
Masters degree in social work (MSW). Specialty: addictions and mental health.
BA Philosophy, MA Social Sciences, PH. D Continuing Sociology
But I mastered being a mom, and thats the most important thing in the world for me
High school drop out. Learned how to make webpages, SEO, write and all the other stuff totally on my own, now work at home for myself. Who needs school, you just have to want to learn.
M.M. in voice performance, minor in piano performance, specialization in music before 1750. B.A. Psychology as pre-medical studies. 10% of my Ph.D. completed but I am finished with school.
I also completed programs from two conservatories in Europe: one in Czechoslovakia and the other in France.
BS in Chemical Engineering...probably a waste of time considering the only thing I ever did that involved my degree was during an internship and they weren't hiring when I was looking for jobs...
I've been in SALES since...though I would desperately like to be OUT
Next year I'll be off to University in Wales to do a degree in English Literature and Creative Writing. I can't wait!!!
Bachelor of Accounting Science - Distinction in Accounting. Started my degree when I was 45 years old and studied part-time completed my degree and an additional nine non-degree subjects in Transport and logistics in a period of 4 years studying part-time while working full-time.
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