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None are going to be easy. As for easiest to get into, all else being equal, you ll have the easiest time getting in for music (or musicology or some. show more None are going to be easy.
As for easiest to get into, all else being equal, you ll have the easiest time getting in for music (or musicology or some such). Psych programs are extremely competetive, and English ones are also, to a slightly lesser degree. There will be tons of applicants, most of whom have a major in the field. You will have a better chance if you have a minor (or close to it) in English or psych and can come up with an interesting research idea that combines music and literature or music and psychology.
Keep in mind that a PhD takes 5-8 years full time, doesn t pay well, and is very demanding. Continue to think about why you want the PhD. You ll need to elaborate this on your statement of purpose anyway, and programs will overlook people who don t seem to have strong enough reasons to get them through. Sometimes it takes a couple years to figure out whether a PhD is essential to what you want to do in life or not. Most of the ones who decide it s not quit after the first or second year.
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A juris doctorate (JD) the graduate degree an attorney gets. It s only 3 (sometimes 4) years past your BA/BS Degree. Possibly the fastest, but not by. show more A juris doctorate (JD) the graduate degree an attorney gets.
It s only 3 (sometimes 4) years past your BA/BS Degree.
Possibly the fastest, but not by any means easy.
Jeff W 3 years ago
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First off, don t listen to anyone else but yourself. Them saying Oh, if you ask such a question you must not be ready for it, and frankly. show more First off, don t listen to anyone else but yourself. Them saying Oh, if you ask such a question you must not be ready for it, and frankly thats a load of horse dung. No offense to them but seriously.
I would offer this. There are several types of doctoral degrees available out there; all have doctoral attributes, in that one can intheory be called Doctor while it might not be customary (ex: Attorneys attain either a Juris Doctor or an SJD or Doctorate of Juridical Science; the latter usually carries the prefix title of Doctor, whereas, a JD does not (someone with a JD gets the prefix of Attorney __________ )).
A PhD is generally one research-academic degree that requires strong credentials to get into, primarily because it s considered more prestigious than others. There are professional practitioner degrees, and other academic degrees that can go either way.
One route some colleagues of mine have gone is that they get as specialized as possible as they can at the Masters level, and then down the line go and get even a Doctor of Arts in said discipline online.
Here s an example in the form of someone wanting a Doctoral degree in the psych/counseling field. Here are the possibilities:
PsyD – Doctor of Psychology: offered mainly for practitioners (much like a JD is for attorneys).
PhD – Doct. of Phil. in Psych: Prestigious research academic degree for those doing both research and clinical work.
EdD – Doctor of Education in Counseling: within the same field as a PhD, just not as prestigious.
MD – Medical Doctor in Psychiatry: Prescribes medicines.
All have the ending result of Doctor, and yet all have different pre-requisites and such. It also depends on where you apply; if for instance you apply (this is purely an example) to Jo Schmo University for a Doctor of Arts in Music and get in, you might not get into say The Univ. of Chicago for a PhD in Music. see what I mean.
Yes your heart has to be in it. but, there are ways around things if needs be. you just got to look.
Source(s): collegiate education administration; the real world