A. The first step to deciding on what master’s degree to get is to identify what you want to get out of it. For example, are you looking for higher pay or the potential to earn for a lifetime, do you want to move into a new role in your existing career, are you preparing to pursue a career in academia, and so on. The next step would be to narrow down the type of degree you want, such as a generic degree that offers career flexibility (example: a Master in Healthcare Administration) or a specialized degree that provides employment in a niche sector (example: a Master in Cybersecurity). The third step would be to research the short-listed programs and see which one aligns with your personal interests and career objectives the most. And finally, choose a college that is the best fit and can provide the education you desire. Ultimately, there is no defined list of what master’s degree you should get; it depends on your interests, goals, and preferences.