I may be wrong, as it isn't my field, but I was under the impression that there was no Masters degree in chemistry. That you had to go from Bachelors to PhD (that's the way MIL did it, and also a friend who graduated from our university several years ago and got his PhD this past December).That is very dependent on the school. I have known people with MS in Chemistry both terminal & on the way to a PhD. This also applies to other disciplines -- for example some top schools don't used to award MS in Physics en route to a PhD; that has been changing as more people go to grad school with industry intentions rather than mainly academic ones.Back to the OP, I have worked in academia, gov't, and industry with lots of PhD's primarily in engineering. I've never heard of something called a PD in engineering.
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