Doctorates [noun]

Definition of Doctorates:

degree after bachelor's

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Sentence/Example of Doctorates:

Annahita Nezami, a London psychologist, did her doctorate on the therapeutic value of the Overview Effect.

Darden transferred to NASA’s male-dominated engineering division and later earned an engineering doctorate.

I, and many of my colleagues, have a master’s degree, and also a doctorate.

When they’re a bit drunk one night in December, Harper, a journalist, asks Abby, who’s getting a doctorate in art history, to go home with her to meet her family over Christmas.

Judy, who has led the district since 2014, rose from a life sciences teacher to a principal to Emanuel’s superintendent, earning a doctorate in educational leadership and administration.

Both his parents had earned doctorates in education, he has said.

The mystery of the color of plants is one that Nathaniel Gabor, a physicist at the University of California, Riverside, stumbled into years ago while completing his doctorate.

After getting his doctorate in 1982, he hoped to continue his limnological studies at Lake Titicaca, 12,500 feet up in the Andes Mountains.

My two assistant superintendents also have doctorates and have worked with me to divide up the duties during this transition time.

Now seven years past his doctorate, Maynard is already considered one of the world’s leading number theorists.