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When is two graduate degrees worthwhile?
I know I want to get my PhD in microbiology, but I was wondering how useful it would be to get a second degree like a masters in biochemistry?
Of course getting a PhD in the first place is not a simple task, but let's say you already have a BS in biochemistry in addition to your PhD in microbiology. Would getting a masters in biochemistry be a worthwhile endeavor or a waste of time?
How about a BS in biochemistry with a PhD in microbiology...minor in biochemistry?
I plan to be a microbiologist, but I would like to understand microbiology down to the molecular and chemical level.
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