MLitt


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Synonyms for MLitt

a master's degree in literature

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The highly-decorated General Sir Anthony Heritage Farrar-Hockley GBE KCB DSO* MC MLitt (Oxon) (1924-2006) was Chief of Staff (1965) to the Director of Operations in Borneo, "where he helped to organise secret operations inside Indonesian territory which brought about the end of President Sukarno's 'Confrontation' with Malaysia" (DTM.
It follows his BSc in mathematics and an MLitt in philosophy of mind.
Dr Alan Bundy BA DipEd MLitt MLib PhD FALIA is university librarian of the University of South Australia and founder and editorial director of Auslib Press, Australasia's largest publisher of library and information science.
Her credentials are impressive: as well as her initial history degree she also has a BA in English from London University (she scooped an award for best external candidate in the process) and an MLitt from Birmingham University.
At postgraduate level there are a variety of certificate, diploma, MA, MPhil and MLitt courses offered by the different departments of archaeology.
Students at the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence will work towards an MLitt in Terrorism Studies.
Dr Alan Bundy BA DipEd MLitt MLib PhD FALIA is university librarian of the University of South Australia, director of the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library, director of the Australian Clearing House for Library and Information Science and founder and editorial director of Auslib Press, Australasia's largest publisher of library and information science.
Watson, MD, MLitt, FACS, medical director for the Center for Connected Medicine, a global thought leader defining the transformation of health care, will moderate a breakfast panel opening this year's mHealth Summit Dec.