The Doctor of Philosophy degree, a research degree, the curriculum for which usually involves coursework, special and general examinations, a major research project leading to the writing of a dissertation, and defense of the dissertation. The Ph.D. can require between three, six, or seven years to complete, depending on the discipline, institutional policies, and the student's preparedness.
Post Masters study with completion for a dissertation.
Doctor of philosophy degree. A post-baccalaureate degree awarded upon completion of at least three years of full-time specialized study, together with a major research contribution to the discipline that demonstrates independence as a scholar. The degree culminates with a formal dissertation.
Students can apply to undertake a Ph.D program (specialized research program) after having successfully completed first-level degree course. Ph.D. programs operate on a restricted student intake basis and successful applicants may have their research financed by the University and/or public/private organizations/bodies.
One of several degrees granted by graduate schools.
Doctor of Psychology
Indicates a doctoral degree in any of a wide range of disciplines (e.g., sociology, psychology, anthropology, mathematics, etc.).
Stands for Doctor of Philosophy, this higher degree involves research work and the writing of a thesis.
Doctor of Philosophy; an advanced degree awarded for many fields in the humanities.
Abbreviation for Doctor of Philosophy, one of several classifications of doctoral degrees. See also "doctoral degree."
Doctor of Philosophy â€” the highest university degree awarded
Philosophiae Doctor; In Italian "Dottorato di ricerca"