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[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
Thanks Pixna, and I like your idea about "bachelor's degree." (seems to be the counterpart to "master's degree"). As for the singular vs. plural option in the structure, I think I'm going to stay with the singular for the reason you mentioned. I do see micita and Lin's points too though, so I'll

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
Yes, that's correct.

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
thanks pixna!

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
good point and well taken...i like the conciseness of "with." thanks!

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
ps just emailed the question in...who knows! will share if I hear anything. :)

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
Keep us posted, Cheech! I'm eager to hear what they say.

[Forum] RE: apostrophe
Thanks for helping me think through my options. I think I'm going to go with "bachelor of science nursing program."

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
I rarely disagree with Pixna or Cheech, but in this instance I'm with Micita on the question of degree/degrees.

[Forum] RE: bachelor's degree
I considered suggesting that too, Micita, but my concern was that it could be easily misinterpreted that the teachers each had more than one degree (which is always a possibility).

[Forum] Commas after state abbreviations in text
In our publication, we publish many articles that have state abbreviations in the middle of a sentence. When is it appropriate to use a comma after the state abbreviation? [b][u]Example 1[/u][/b] John Doe was born in West Chester, PA, in 1923, and lived in Pittsburgh, PA, in his adult years.

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