How to abbreviate multiple degrees
May 9, 2010 1:03 PM Subscribe
What is the best practice for listing two degrees after a name in an email signature, when the degrees weren't earned as a joint degree? For example, if the degrees are JD and MPA, should it be JD/MPA, JD+MPA, or some other combination? Maybe just a comma between them? JD/MPA would be the obvious choice for a joint degree, but these are from different universities and earned at different times.
posted by anonymous to Education (16 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Anonymous because (1) I realize this is a ridiculous and/or embarassing thing to do in an email signature, but (2) I'm unemployed right now and feel I need to do it anyway.