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Can one use a honorary degree to get a licence?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (12927points) April 25th, 2018

If not then what is the meaning of getting one? Either law or medical doctor?

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Love_my_doggie's avatar

Nope. The key is the word “honorary” – ceremonial, symbolic, and unofficial.

zenvelo's avatar

No, you can’t.

It is an honor.. That’s why people are pleased to be awarded one. People that get one have usually worked hard at something over the course of a number of years.

Why do ask so many questions about ways to achieve something without working for it?

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

@zenvelo Just checking out my options. Long term goals. Nothing looks good. Nothing worth the effort yet. I’m stuck at the starting gate.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Most licenses require you to pass a difficult exam; like a CPA or lawyer.

Darth_Algar's avatar

Nevermind the license, you’re not even going to get an honorary degree without years of work in something.

MollyMcGuire's avatar

Sounds like laziness might be a factor.

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