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The MPhil/PhD in Engineering is offered to persons wishing to pursue a graduate degree in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering or Electronic Engineering, on either a full-time or part-time basis. There is a maximum period of registration of three (3) years for full-time MPhil students, and five (5) years for full-time PhD students.
Research projects in the Faculty are predominantly driven by the needs of local and international industries, and are expected to contribute to solving of engineering and technical problems in the region and around the world. This can be accomplished through our established partnerships with U.S. based universities who have committed to sharing resources to support research collaboration.
The objectives of research in engineering are to create a cadre of well-trained engineering professionals who can apply their skills and knowledge to:
Students in the MPhil and PhD programmes should determine with their supervisor which courses would satisfy the credit requirements. The following are a list of existing courses which students pursuing the MPhil/PhD in Engineering may select with the approvals of their supervisors. Most of these courses reside in Full Fee paying MSc programmes within the Faculty of Science and Technology. The necessary approvals will be sought and any financial obligations will be fulfilled by MSE and the graduate student(s). Additional courses will be added at a future date.