CSU's Doctor of Philosophy (Business) is a research degree for students who have an excellent academic record in business and who wish to undertake original and significant research in an approved area. To qualify for the award, candidates will be required to submit a thesis embodying the results of their research.
The Doctor of Philosophy is designed to develop an advanced level of research capability which equips candidates with a knowledge base to make a significant contribution to knowledge in a discipline or cross-discipline through the conduct of original research. To qualify for the award, candidates will be required to submit a thesis embodying the results of their research.
Students with a significant body of published research may also be eligible for admission to the Doctor of Philosophy by publication, enabling them to gain formal recognition for their existing research and published material.
Graduates will have demonstrated the capacity to:
Students will graduate from the Doctor of Philosophy on completion of a thesis, equivalent to 192 points.
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Higher Degree by Research
The minimum full-time duration for the course is 6 months (by publication) or three years (by research).
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