The Master of Philosophy programmes offered by the Faculty is in the field of architecture, quantity surveying, urban and regional planning, and transportation planning. The programmes are entirely conducted in research mode whereby students conduct original research under the supervision of experienced supervisors.
Name of Award
Master of Philosophy
Programme Education Objectives
Demonstrate an understanding of the theories, principles, scope and roles of the built environment (urban and regional planning, quantity surveying, architecture and transport planning) in the process of growth and development.
Apply a range of analytical skills and techniques designed to address a range of complex problems.
Apply the knowledge, skills and understanding for the achievement of feasible solutions to the built environment problems.
Work in multi-disciplinary team and contribute to the society.
Comply with ethics, professional and community standards, and involve in life-long learning.
Programme Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate mastery in principles and practices in the field of the built environment at local, strategic, national and international levels.
Demonstrate skills in applying methods and techniques across a variety of context and practice in the field of the built environment.
Demonstrate the capability to relate ideas and solutions to diverse problems and issues in the field of the built environment.
Demonstrate research capabilities in the field of the built environment with minimal supervision and adhere to legal, ethical and professional codes of practice.
Demonstrate leadership qualities through effective communication and team working with peers and stakeholders to overcome diverse challenges within the field of the built environment.
Demonstrate critical thinking and scientific approach to effectively overcome issues and challenges in the field of the built environment.
Mode and Duration of Study
Mode of Study : Full-time Minimum Duration : 1 year Maximum Duration : 2 years
Classification of Courses
b. Research Methodology
For the award of Doctor of Philosophy, the students should achieve a total minimum of 6 credit hours, including the completion of Doctoral Thesis.