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I'm coming to the end of my research masters (2 year full-time). A lot of hard work and effort went into producing my thesis and contains 4 chapters (3 body chapters and a conclusion) that will hopefully be turned into 3 substantial papers. I'm in analytical biochem by the way!
My question is pretty much the title. If I think my Master thesis is substantial enough, does anyone know or have any experience with submitting Masters work as a PhD dissertation? I know one can bridge into a PhD program during their masters, but now that the work is done, Im curious as to whether my work could ever possibly stand up to PhD level stuff, and if its possible to submit in this way.
Sure let me know your thoughts! It's not that i want a fast-track to "dr" or anything like that. Just curious to know if it's possible.
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