Regulations for the degree of Doctor of Engineering
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1. General
1.1 These regulations are made under paragraphs 1 to 4 of the Regulations for the Award of Postgraduate Degrees.
1.2 In these regulations definitions shall apply as in the Regulations for the Award of Postgraduate Degrees and in the Interpretation Section of the Academic Rules and Regulations.
   
1.3 The period of study and research from the admission to the programme to the satisfactory completion of the thesis shall be no more than eight years.
   
2. Entry Requirements
2.1 To enter the Doctor of Engineering programme, a student shall possess:
  2.1.1 A recognized Master's degree in Science, Engineering or a related discipline.
   
3. Doctor of Engineering (DENG)
3.1 To be eligible for the award of the degree of Doctor of Engineering, a student shall:
  3.1.1 comply with the Regulations for Admission, Registration and Maintenance of Status; and
  3.1.2 comply with the Regulations for the Award of Postgraduate Degrees; and
  3.1.3 obtain at least 40 credits of coursework at Postgraduate level as prescribed by the regulations and;
  3.1.4 complete a thesis at doctoral level as prescribed by the regulations.
3.2 For the coursework element of the degree of Doctor of Engineering, the University has prescribed that a student must:
   
  3.2.1 successfully complete at least 20 credits of elective courses at postgraduate level listed in Table 1; and
  3.2.2 succesfully complete 20 credits from the compulsory course ENGG S950F Engineering Research Methods.
3.3 Students must complete the coursework successfully before being allowed to start the RSCH S990 D Eng. Thesis.
3.4 Following the submission of the thesis, a viva voce examination will be conducted by the Award Committee, which will include an External Examiner.


Table 1

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Elective courses
COMP S801 Object Oriented Programming and Internet Application Development
10
COMP S811 Java Programming for Web applications, Enterprise Computing and Mobile Devices
10
COMP S821F Architecture of Enterprise Systems
10
COMP S822F Technologies in Enterprise and Mainframe Computing
10
COMP S834 Web Server Technology
10
COMP S838 Enterprise Systems and Information Security Management
10
COMP S888 Multimedia Technology
10
ENGG S826F
Engineering Management, Engineering Project Management and Development
20
ENGG S837F
Systems Engineering
10
ENGG S838F
Innovation and Technology Management
10
ENGG S851F Construction Economics
10
ENGG S852F Building Planning and Construction
10
ENGG S853F Building Services Management
10
ENVR S860F Theories, Practices and Audit in Accidents and Safety
20
ENVR S870F Occupational Health, Food Safety and Environmental Hygiene
20
ENVR S880F Environmental Leadership and Decision Making
20
ENVR S890F Energy Management and Audits
20
ENVR S891F Cleaner Production and Green Technology
20
ENVR S892F Environmental Engineering and Design
20
STAT S801F Quantitative Methods for Decision Analysis
10
STAT S802F Multivariate and Time Series Analysis
10
Complusory course
ENGG S950F Engineering Research Methods
20
Thesis
RSCH S990 D Eng. Thesis

July 2012

 
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