University of Dundee
The aims of the programme are: to critically appraise the current evidential basis of teaching, learning and assessment practice; to develop relevant advanced specialist research, development and dissemination skills; to make a valuable and original contribution to knowledge, methodology, practice and policy; which meets accepted standards of rigour and excellence, and is widely disseminated.
Entrants should hold a 1st degree in a relevant subject, and usually a relevant Master�s degree. Entrants are expected to have some field experience in education or be currently working in the field. Entrants with different experience may be suitable for other professional doctorate degrees (in Educational Psychology, Education, Community Learning and Development). IELTS of 6.5 (or equivalent), if the 1st language is not English.
Module 1: research methods training (module 1a) and a critical analysis and review of research literature (module 1b) (can exit with a postgraduate diploma in advanced professional practice). Module 2: development of an individualised learning plan for future modules. research project with a written product of 15,000 words (can exit here with a Master�s degree in advanced professional practice). Modules 3-5: research project(s) with a written product of 15,000 words each. These projects may be related or quite independent of each other. It is possible to combine modules.
The total written output required is the same as Ph.D. candidates would put into 1 single thesis. However, for the Professional Doctorate this can be split into 5 modular products each of 15,000 words. Students can combine these into larger and deeper studies if they wish, subject to the agreement of a personal supervisor.
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|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Dundee City Campus||Dundee||DD1 4HN||Scotland|