Meaning of DEGREE in English
BAD : I have a Master degree in international journalism.
GOOD : I have a Master's degree in international journalism.
a Master's degree (or a Master's ), a bachelor's degree (WITH 's ): 'I'm studying for a Master's degree in fuel science.'
BAD : I have the degree in economics.
GOOD : I have a degree in economics.
a degree (NOT the ): 'She is studying for a postgraduate degree.'
BAD : He is studying for a degree of computer science
GOOD : He is studying for a degree in computer science
a degree in a particular subject (NOT of ): 'a degree in law'.
Note the alternative structure: 'a computer science degree,' 'a law degree'
DUBIOUS : I've come here to obtain a Master's degree in International Journalism.
GOOD : I've come here to do a Master's degree in International Journalism.
do/take/get a degree ( in a particular subject area): 'I'm thinking about doing a Master's degree in business administration.'
Longman Common Errors English vocabulary. Английский словарь распространенных ошибок Longman. 2012