Have you looked at Street Grimoire?
It has a lot of content about magic in the academic life, which i wont paste it all here but will quote only the most relevant paragraph (pg 16):
Universities present the most consistent career path
for magicians, but they create a problem because magicians
often end up with the same flavor as their university,
taking away from the individuality of the form.
Overall there are Associate, Bachelors, Masters, and
Doctoral level degrees conferred in Thaumaturgy. The
organization of Thaumaturgy colleges has sparked debate
how magic should be taught. Traditionally speaking,
Thaumaturgy is considered a science at the university
level. Magicians construct spell formulae and follow
traditions rooted in reason. Newer programs relate magic
more closely to schools of art, treating the traditions
as individual art forms and conferring Thaumaturgic Arts
degrees at the Bachelors and Masters levels.