How does the Bachelor of Science degree stack up against Master of Arts degrees?

In a field of about 40,000 undergraduate degree programs, a bachelor’s degree has the edge over its master’s equivalent in about 30% of undergraduate degree options, according to a new survey.

That is according to an analysis of survey data by the Association of American Universities, an industry group for colleges and universities.

The survey results, released Tuesday by the association, show that in 2019, an undergraduate degree has a 4.2% higher odds of being ranked among the top 10 best-ranked undergraduate degree choices by U.S. News & World Report.

Master’s degrees also rank among the highest-ranked, at 6.4%.

The study found that a bachelor degree is far more likely to be chosen by U,S.

workers, but is far less likely to attract the top earners.

The report shows that among people earning $100,000 or more, a master’s degree ranks among the best-rated degrees in the field.

Among the top-ranked bachelor’s degrees in 2019 are the Bachelor in Humanities, the Bachelor’s in Arts and Sciences, and the Bachelor for Science.

That category has one of the highest concentrations of bachelor’s students in the country, with an estimated 6,000 students.

The data also indicates that the bachelor’s ranks among college majors is the most valuable among the other categories.

Among the best rated bachelor’s programs, the University of Texas at Austin is second-best at 1.5%, followed by the University at Buffalo at 2.6%.

In the business and public service degree category, Carnegie Mellon University is third-best, followed by Duke University at 2% and Cornell University at 3.1%.

The data is based on more than 15,000 online students.

The full report is available here.

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