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Old 02-04-2016, 06:39 PM   #61
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That surprises me. There are lots of non-masters lecturers at community colleges and even universities (myself being one). Your field must be one that has a glut of qualified instructors.
About 5-10 years ago I taught at local community college, with just a BA.
Once they signed a deal with local university to provide the first two years of education, I was no longer qualified. Lots and lots of MA, etc. in this area.

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I have lived in 5 different states and the instructors at colleges always had at least a Master's degree.

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