Section 8 - Faculty of Commerce
All students undertaking
research as part of their coursework must consult with their research supervisor
to ensure that they comply with the University Code of Conduct for Research.
Students should check subject availability and prerequisites, as not all subjects are offered each session, or in both distance education and on campus modes. Consult the Course Coordinator.
A list of subjects on offer is available from Student Administration Centres.
Doctor of Philosophy
The University offers a Doctor of Philosophy program to applicants 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.
Wagga Wagga Campus
Full-time: 2 years minimum/4 years maximum
Part-time: 2 years minimum/8 years maximum
To qualify for candidature applicants shall have either qualified for the award of a Masters (Honours) degree by research at an acceptable level or an appropriate Bachelor degree with class 1 or class 2 (1) Honours from an Australian University, taken over a minimum of four years (full-time equivalent), or an award accepted by the Board of Graduate Studies as equivalent, and/or have demonstrated in study and/or professional performance potential to undertake research at a Doctoral level.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete a thesis which is equivalent to 192 points.
The following areas have been designated as approved fields of research within the Faculty of Commerce:
In consultation with the Course Coordinator, students will enrol in one of the following research subjects during the period of their candidature:
ACC701 Doctoral Research Part-time
ACC702 Doctoral Research Full-time
ECO701 Doctoral Research Part-time
ECO702 Doctoral Research Full-time
MGT701 Doctoral Research Part-time
MGT702 Doctoral Research Full-time
Associate Professor Denise Jarratt
School of Marketing & Management
Telephone: (02) 6338 4293
Facsimile: (02) 6338 4769
Centre for Graduate Studies
Telephone: (02) 6933 2163
Facsimile: (02) 69334161