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I don't think I've seen this before, but Pentheos inspired me.

I think we have a broad range of educational backgrounds here, and I'd be interested in seeing what people studied. So my question is simple. What is your undergraduate degree in, and what field, if any, did you study in graduate or professional school?

I'll start.

Undergraduate degree: Linguistics;
Professional school: Law.
 

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My undergrad degree is a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance, with a concentration in Corporate Finance (magna cum laude). I haven't been, and have no plans to go, to graduate school. I work for a company owned by my father, so I don't have to worry too much.

Since we are talking degrees, you might as well tell what school you went to. I went to the University of Memphis, but now I'm a die hard Ole Miss football fan. Hotty Toddy.
 

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SB in geography, Clark University, Worcester, MA

Masters in City Planning, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Masters in Public Administration, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Apprenticeship in hand bookbinding, under various fine binders in the U.S. and Europe
 

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Bachelors in psychology
3 Masters: business administration, microeconometrics, and divinity
Doctorate in homiletics

As my Dad would say, "That and a quarter will get you a 25-cent cup of coffee."
 

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B.A. in the School of Hard Knocks

M.A. in the School of Life

Ph.D. in Hard Work and Applied Effort.

...I am taking courses to return to an incomplete university education for a B.A. in English/Creative Writing/Journalism.
 

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BS Computer Engineering (University of Wisconsin - Madison) this May.

I would like to work for awhile and then get an MBA/masters in economics.
 
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