Geospatial Engineering - GMATBR2645

Stream Summary

Faculty: Faculty of Engineering

School: School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Contact: School

Program: 2645 - Engineering


Master of Philosophy (Research)

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Stream Outline

The Master of Philosophy is a research degree with a coursework component taken over four sessions full-time or equivalent. The research component will lead to a thesis which embodies the result of an original investigation, design or engineering development. A program of advanced study comprising 3 courses (18 Units of Credit) makes up the remainder of the program.

For full details of the requirements of a UNSW MPhil, see Policy

Stream Structure

To graduate, students must complete the requirements specified in the relevant stream.

Streams in this program require students to complete 1 research methods course, 1 or 2 Advanced Disciplinary Knowledge courses, and up to 1 Disciplinary Knowledge Course, with this possibility subject to the approval of the Program Authority.

For lists of Advanced Disciplinary Knowledge and Disciplinary Knowledge courses, consult the CVENNT8338 Geospatial Engineering stream in the 8338 Master of Engineering Science program.

This coursework component of the degree must be completed during the first 2 sessions (full-time equivalent) of a student's enrolment in the program.

Entry requires a relevant Bachelor's degree at Honours level or equivalent. Students should have been in contact with a potential supervisor before applying for the program.

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