Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This Master of Philosophy provides advanced business research skills through structured learning and independent research. Students are able to select a research topic from a diverse and extended range of business-related disciplines.
The coursework component of the Master of Philosophy includes 24 credit points of coursework subjects. On successful completion of coursework subjects, students work with their supervisors to complete a research thesis (72 credit points).
- Areas of research available to candidates undertaking the PhD with the Faculty of Business are listed under each of the Faculty's disciplines along with a list of academics in each discipline: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing and Operations.
Standard entry requirements
Honours degree with 2nd class Division 2 or higher, coursework Masters with WAM 60+ or GPA of 2.8 out of 4. Applications must be accompanied by a 2,000-word proposal which should outline the main focus of the applicant's research interest, a commentary on important and recent literature in this area, and a discussion of why this is an important area of research. All proposals must acknowledge sources correctly. Candidates with a Coursework Masters degree or a 4-year Bachelor Honours degree in the same discipline may be granted up to 24 credit points of advanced standing for the coursework component of the Master of Philosophy.
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|Sydney Business School||International: $58,176||Yes||
Special Admission Requirements All applicants for research degrees must submit a written (preferably typed) proposal as part of their application. This proposal should: commence with a statement detailing any previous research or project experience you have undertaken, including if possible a copy of the abstract of such work; contain, in no more than one additional page, a clearly focussed research proposal for the study you would wish to undertake throughout your registration in the course; and conclude with a statement of your motivation for wanting to undertake the research course. Students are advised to make contact with a potential supervisor to discuss their project prior to applying for admission.