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Please refer to the Course Handbook for the year in which you commenced your course.
The rules governing thesis content, language and word limits are available in The Graduate Research Training Policy.
Information about formatting, preface requirements, inclusion of publications, etc. are also available on the Graduate Research Hub.
All candidates for the Doctor of Philosophy - Engineering and IT will be examined.
A candidate will have appropriately experienced supervisor(s) and an Advisory Committee who in consultation with the candidate, arranges a course of supervised research designed to suit the individual requirements and interests of the candidate.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate advanced research skills and mastery of theoretical and analytic techniques as appropriate to the field of study, such as the use of archival or primary evidence, analysis of data, and judgment of conflicting evidence;
- Demonstrate specialist theoretical and applied knowledge, and a high level of awareness of past and current research in the field of study;
- Clearly articulate the research hypotheses and findings of their research project;
- Present the results of their research at an internationally publishable standard; demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, research integrity, ethics or code of practice.
Last updated: 31 January 2024