Candidates have the support of two supervisors throughout the whole degree.
Part One is a part-time only, two-year research portfolio (120 points). It involves guided, cohort-based work, which leads to a thesis proposal reflecting individual research interests.
The courses you will enrol in are:
At the end of the second year of Part One, candidates will submit a research portfolio and present a public confirmation seminar. This is required for entry into Part Two of the degree.
Part Two is a thesis of original research, building on the work completed in Part One. This is completed within two full-time or four part-time years (EDPROFST 897 Thesis, 240 points).
The course you will enrol in is:
Assessment of the thesis includes an oral examination.
Contact our Student Centre for more information on the 2020 Doctor of Education inquiry pathway.