Doctor of Public Safety
Doctor of Public Safety DPublicSafety
Online - Manly
Availability is subject to change, please verify prior to enrolment.
Duration for a Higher Degree course is defined in terms of Minimum/Maximum Period of Candidature.
Please consult the Higher Degree by Research Policy: Enrolment and Progress for specific information for Higher Degree duration.
Candidates admitted to the course will:
Variation to admission requirements based on recognition of prior learning will be assessed by the Course Director in consultation with the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences Associate Dean (Research). An applicant for admission to the Doctor of Public Safety may be accepted without the qualifications specified above if he/she has some other appropriate combination of undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications (such as relevant graduate diplomas) and/or professional performance which demonstrate that he/she is capable of undertaking research at a Doctoral level. These admission requirements are necessary to ensure that candidates have sufficient academic ability and professional experience to conduct research that leads to advanced, critical reflection on professional practice.
Students who have successfully completed EMG506 Literature Review may receive credit for EMG706.
To graduate students must satisfactorily complete 192 points.
Students must satisfactorily complete 192 credit points to graduate. Of these, 64 points of coursework subjects must be completed prior to commencing the Thesis, and 128 points will be provided by the completion of the Thesis.
The course consists of four 16 credit point core coursework subjects (64CP) and a dissertation of 128 points.
Sessions 3 6
EMG709 Doctoral Thesis FT (Public Safety) (128)
EMG705 Critical Issues in Research
EMG707 Researching Professional Practice
EMG706 Literature Review for HDR
EMG708 Research Proposal and Presentation
Sessions 5 12
EMG710 Doctoral Thesis PT (Public Safety) (128)
The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: February 2020. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.