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Geography - 2040

Program Summary

   
   
 
Campus: Kensington Campus
 
 
Career: Research
 
 
Typical Duration: 2 Years
 
 
Typical UOC Per Semester: 24
 
 
Min UOC Per Semester: 3
 
 
Max UOC Per Semester: 24
 
 
Min UOC For Award: 96
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Master of Science (Research)
 
  

Program Description

Applicants should contact the School before applying for admission in order to identify a research field and a potential academic supervisor. Details of the research interests of academic staff and research fields within the School can be found under Staff and Research. The regulations governing Masters (Research) degrees are available in the Science Handbook, Conditions for the Award of Degrees.

Entrance Requirements: Honours degree (Class 2/1 or first class) in an appropriate field or equivalent performance in a Higher Degree Qualifying Program or Graduate Diploma by research.

Duration of Course: The normal enrolment period is 2 years (4 academic sessions) for full time students..

Program Objectives and Graduate Attributes

Please contact the Faculty of Science for information.

Program Structure

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Academic Rules

Fees

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