Master of Research - Indigenous Studies, Australian Studies, Education

University of South Australia (UniSA)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00121B

Research degrees at UniSA provide an advanced program of study allowing students to investigate a topic relevant to their field. Under the supervision of world-class researchers, students learn and apply advanced research methodologies to produce new knowledge and provide solutions to the world's grand challenges. Completing a research degree enables students to become an expert in their field. It is an opportunity to take a topic of interest, explore it in depth, tackle intellectual, creative and practical challenges, and communicate the findings.

Structure

2 years full-time equivalent programs.

Subjects

  • Research concentrations include the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
  • Islamic Civilisation
  • Psychology
  • Ethics
  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Sociology
  • Finance
  • Education and the Centre for Research in Education.

Standard entry requirements

  • Honours degree or Bachelor degree with honours
  • Or relevant Bachelor degree (or equivalent) of at least 3 years with a minimum credit average
  • Or appropriate Masters degree
  • Or satisfying the relevant Associate Dean: Research Education (or delegate) of fitness to undertake further advanced work on the basis of achievement in, and the relevance of, previous higher education studies, and/or relevant professional experience and/or published research work. International applicants will need to check that they meet the English language requirements.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Magill International: $71,800 Yes No information available

Further information

Students may choose to study an alternate subject matter that does not fit within the research concentrations but must find a suitable supervisor who specialises in this subject area.

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