Mphil engineering computer and mathematical sciences in Auckland university of technology
The Master of Philosophy (MPhil) is a one-year research only masters degree. It provides an opportunity for students to undertake a research topic of an applied or professional nature under the supervision of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences staff. Alternatively, the MPhil can provide a pathway to more advanced research at doctoral level.
In order to be admitted to the Master of Philosophy an applicant must have completed one of the following:(a) a four-year bachelor s degree at level 8 or (b) a bachelor s honours degree with second class honours or higher or (c) a bachelor s degree and a postgraduate diploma or (d) a bachelor s degree and at least three years of experience relevant to the proposed programme of research or (e) a recognised professional qualification or evidence of professional experience approved by the University Postgraduate Board to be equivalent to the level of competence specified in one of 1(a) to 1(c) above.An application for admission to the Master of Philosophy and the conditions of enrolment are subject to the approval of the University Postgraduate Board.
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