The PhD in Engineering and Information Technology from University of Technology Sydney is awarded to candidates who, through original investigation, make a distinct and significant contribution to knowledge in their field of specialisation.
The course enables students to advance themselves in their career in computing and information technology. It offers flexibility in the choice of topic of research so it may be closely aligned with students' professional careers.
There are three specific stages to the doctoral program to frame and support the progress of the candidate and their study.
The doctoral program includes the formalisation and/or introduction of a number of introductory and advanced modules, including subjects covering research preparation and research methods, to support the research and professional development of the student.
Research student progress is supported and reviewed through a doctoral study plan (DSP). Students design their own DSP in consultation with their supervisor(s). In the first stage the DSP is based on the student's academic and professional background and his or her goals. The second and third stages are based on the progress of his or her study. Candidates are assessed prior to advancing to the next stage of their candidature and submit, in consultation with their supervisor(s), a review of progress at the end of each session.
Candidates are required to submit a thesis for examination under the supervision of their supervisor(s).
Career options include positions in universities and other institutions undertaking research or other academic work, including teaching. Opportunities involving research and development also exist with national and international firms.
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- PhD Thesis: Information Systems
- PhD Thesis: Software Engineering
- PhD Thesis: Analytics
- Technology Research Preparation
- Technology Research Methods
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- 48 months
- 96 months
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DisciplinesInformatics & Information Sciences General Engineering & Technology Computer Sciences View 10 other Masters in General Engineering & Technology in Australia
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Applicants must have completed a UTS recognised master's by research or bachelor's degree with first or second class honours (division 1), or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate research studies.
- Applicants' previous qualifications must have a major computing component. Before submitting a formal application for admission, applicants should seek the approval of a potential supervisor for their proposed research work.
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International37320 AUD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 18660 AUD per semester and a duration of 48 months.
- Tuition fees for international students range from A$19,840 to A$34,080 per year.
- For this course, the cost per session is $18660.
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