Never write both Dr. and Ph.D. before and after your name; nor should you use both designations when you write to another person who holds a doctorate - Dr. William Green, Ph.D. It is a redundancy.
A graduate is entitled to use the post-nominal letters of his degree after his name. A law firm which is a traditional partnership with fewer than 20 partners must publish their names on the firm's notepaper. Different firms have different policies on whether degrees are included or not.
Separate a degree from the name with a comma. Abbreviations of academic degrees take no periods. In general, list only a person's highest degree when include his or her credentials. When used in a sentence, the title is offset by commas.I tend to use both 'PhD' and 'Ph.D'. A DPhil is awarded at both Oxford Uni and Sussex Uni in England. All others award PhDs to my knowledge. It bugs me when people use 'Dr' before their name and then also state the award following it. I feel it should be one or the other.When placing degrees after a name, a comma should come after the last name and then the initials for the degrees in order should be included. The major or field of study isn't specified with the initials for the degree type. Each degree abbreviation except the last should be followed by a comma. Do the following to place degrees after a name in.
I do not understand the desire for listing an alphabet soup list of titles, achievements, certifications, licenses, etc, after one’s name. People outside of the medical field too earn advanced degrees with equivalent myriad hard-earned certifications et al, but they somehow maintain a sense of pride and professionalism without having to attaching their CV to their name.Read More
Letters after your name Also known as appellations and postnominals, the letters after your name are abbreviations of your qualifications. Anyone that has a degree can add these to their name.Read More
The only people who cared about my holding my Ph.D. were my first employer, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA. They were happy enough with a certificate of completion from my home institution, Politecnico di Milano, that Po.Read More
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Information Technology PhD Titles. Graphic Character Recognition (GCR) Interaction of human beings with mobiles and other related services. Implementation of the prototype e-Government System in KSA ( Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) and accessing its scope.Read More
Use abbreviations after full names, but refrain from using abbreviations after last names alone (e.g., Jane Doe, Ph.D., not Doe, Ph.D.). When listed, names should be in alpha order by last name. Titles. Only capitalize formal titles when used directly before a name (e.g., Vice President for Advancement and External Affairs, Leah Leto M.Ed. ’05).Read More
I'm trying to find out if there is a certain protocol for title orders after name. If you got an MA and MPH and then got a PHD, do you list PhD first because it is the higher degree?. Highest degree only in most cases; I have three graduate degrees but only list the Ph.D. (unless it's on a c.v., then it is chronological). The exceptions are.Read More
Right. If I were to do a Law degree (LLB) and then a Masters (LLM), presumably I would replace the letters LLB with LLM when writing them after my name on important documents, my CV, headed paper etc.Read More
Dissertation titles. The dissertation title is your first opportunity to let the reader know what your dissertation is about. With just a few words, the title has to highlight the purpose of the study, which can often include its context, outcomes, and important aspects of the research strategy adopted.Read More
All sources advise against using titles before and after a name at the same time (i.e., she can be Dr. Juanita Espinoza or Juanita Espinoza, PhD, but she cannot be Dr. Juanita Espinoza, PhD). And.Read More