Eva Longoria: 'Very excited to graduate for my Master's degree!'
The "very excited" 38-year-old actress received her Master's degree in Chicano Studies from Cal State University, Northridge on Wednesday, and like most celebrities these days, she announced the news on Twitter.
"Eva began the program while she was still working on "Desperate Housewives" and found time to complete her schoolwork on the set," a rep told TMZ.
Shaquille O'Neal, James Franco, Tyra Banks and David Duchovny are also among those who join the former "Desperate Housewife" in holding a Master's degree.
Next stop... Dr. Longoria.
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