|FULL TIME,PART TIME|
|Full Time - 3-5 Years / Part Time - 4-7 Years|
|January - December|
The Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture is designed with one thing in mind: The impact it will have on your career.
By pursuing this credential, you’ll critically evaluate existing designs, theories, building practices and policies on architecture and built environment. You will challenge convention.
And as you address the complexities of the profession and the challenges in the industry, you’ll come up with sustainable solutions that push the frontiers of advanced architecture and its convergence with science and technology.
You can look forward to learning from – and work alongside – leading thinkers and practitioners who have years of experience in the industry. Opportunities to work with academics from other faculties also excist and you can look forward to a dynamic environment that promotes the cross-fertilisation of ideas.
Issues and Methods of Architecture Research
The candidate will be exposed to the various issues of architecture and will be provided a basic training in writing an academic paper. This subject will be a bi-weekly lecture to be completed within one semester.
Each semester, the candidate is required to have a several discussions with the supervisor to receive feedback and to discuss the progress of the research study.
Prior to graduation, the candidate is expected to publish a minimum of 4 papers in a peer-re-reviewed journal or on a peer-reviewed conference paper. An oral presentation is also required, every semester, in front of an academic audience from the faculty. This is to develop the public speaking ability and knowledge sharing.
Academic experts, advisors to government policy makers, special consultant to architects, inventors of building products, expert architects in Public Works Department, specialist architects, top management in local authority.
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