Do you put BA after your name?
You can simply include “B.A.” or “B.S.” after your name but it might look pretentious because most people with Bachelor’s degree don’t include it. It is much more common for individuals awarded terminal degrees.
When can you put MD behind your name?
tampanian. njbmd said: If you have earned the MD degree, you may use it in non-clinical settings such as academic use. If you are in a clinical setting, you may not use MD unless you hold a license to practice medicine.
Why do doctors want to be called Doctor?
 Physicians and clinical psychologists are often called “Doctor” when they are on the job, and the same holds in some other professional contexts — e.g., when someone with a Ph. D. is testifying in court. Some professionals put a “Ph. D.” on their business cards to emphasize their qualifications.
Is it rude to call a Dr MR?
It is alright to politely correct them by saying “Dr.” However, it is rude when a person knowingly addresses some as Mr. or Miss when the person knows. VERY, unless they have specified to. This also applies to any other doctorate degree besides an M.D. or a Ph.