Question: How Many Years Of Experience Is Equivalent To A Master’s Degree?

College Credit Hours = Degree Equivalent = Work Experience

When the equivalency is allowed, a Master’s degree is generally considered 2 years of experience.

This means that if someone has a Master’s degree this would equal six years of experience if they have a high school diploma and vice versa.

Does a master’s degree substitute for experience?

One additional year of relevant experience may be substituted for a graduate degree. For example: If a position requires a Master’s degree and you have neither a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree, you may substitute five years of relevant experience for the required education.

What is a Masters equivalent degree?

Master’s Degree Equivalency Letter. A minimum of 18 academic graduate credits must be earned in the content area of the applicant’s primary teaching assignment at a college or university approved to offer graduate work.

Is experience more valuable than a degree?

High school graduates with experience do tend to earn more than inexperienced college degree holders for the first few years in the marketplace. While this is true, degree holders almost always end up earning more than those without a degree.