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MSc

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/ˌemesˈsiː/ UK ( US MS)
[C] abbreviation for Master of Science: an advanced university degree in a science or business subject, or in a subject such as computing or engineering: an MSc in management/information technology/environmental science
abbreviation for Master of Science: used as a title after someone's name to show that they have an advanced university degree in a science subject or in a subject such as computing or engineering: His business card said Mario Lewis, MSc.
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