Answered by Meredith, Hiring Expert at ManpowerGroup, on Friday, September 4, 2015
You should definitely include any education from your previous history. It shows the progression of your course of study, that you took courses abroad, etc. It displays that you're a well rounded candidate with unique experiences! If your grad major is related to certain undergrad courses you took, feel free to list large scale projects or expand upon examples of how you made an impact in the specific area of content. Additionally, it is always best to list employment going back 7-10 years and all colleges attended with proper dates on a resume- colleges and former employers use this as a guide for background checks. Best of luck on your application and future endeavours!