PhD (Arts and Design)

A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the highest level of academic qualification that can be awarded by a university. 

Quick Facts

Intake

January, May, September

Duration

Full time: 3 years Part time: 4-6 years

Overview

Details

Overview

PhD (Arts and Design)
As a PhD student you will undertake advanced research work that contribute to a significant new knowledge in a chosen field. This qualification will set you apart from other qualifications as you will be in the forefront in term of knowledge and understanding of a particular research area. 

Our PhD (Arts and Design) provides opportunity for students to carry out in-depth investigation into specific areas related to arts and design discipline with the aim of enhancing and contributing to new knowledge. Upon completion you will show significant improvement in your research, analytical and presentation skills that are valuable in academics and arts and design career.

Details

You may choose any of the following research areas or other areas that can be considered on case-to-case basis:

Arts, Design, and Cultural Management
Graphic Design
Industrial Design
Ceramic Design
Textile Design
Fine Metal
Puppetry, Art
and Creativity
Art Education
Architectural And Environmental Design

January, May, September

Full time: 3 years
Part time: 4-6 years

A Master’s degree in business with a minimum CGPA of 3.00 or equivalent
Any other qualifications will be considered by University Senate.

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