Joint PhD program A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is one of the highest degrees that can be awarded. It is an advanced academic qualification seen as a requirement for the majority of academic and research positions in a wide range of fields and industries. The aim of the PhD is to foster the development of independent research skills.
This joint PhD programme aims to support the mission of both institutions to improve global health by developing research students who are: competent independent researchers, with expertise in core research concepts, methods and skills, and have key transferable skills, and can work effectively.
A joint PhD stimulates and formalises cooperation between research institutions either on a national or an international level, leading to a greater exchange of knowledge. As a result, the PhD candidate will be in a better position to benefit from a more diverse expertise in the course of his or her research project.The Joint PhD in Educational Studies is offered by Lakehead University, the University of Windsor and Brock University. In bringing together a high number of qualified faculty with a broad spectrum of expertise and research interests, the program provides enhanced opportunities for depth and breadth in supervisory expertise.The PhD and ScD degrees are awarded interchangeably by all departments in the School of Engineering and the School of Science except in the fields of biology, cognitive science, neuroscience, medical engineering, and medical physics. Some departments require a doctoral candidate to take a “minor” program outside of the principal field.
Ph.D. Program in Education. Joint Program with Claremont Graduate University. The mission of the joint PhD Program in Education offered by San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University is to develop scholars who are committed to research on democratic schooling, social justice, and equitable educational outcomes for all students, and the improvement of educational systems.Read More
A Joint PhD is a collaborative academic endeavour of scholarship and research designed, supervised, and examined by qualified faculty from both universities. It is expected that Joint PhD degree arrangements will be established before the start of the PhD program at either institution.Read More
Joint PhD Program in Social Work and Social Science As a Joint PhD student, you will be a member of a select group of outstanding scholars and researchers who study, collaborate and work in an interdisciplinary environment. Joint PhD students earn an interdisciplinary degree in Social Work and one of four social science fields.Read More
Joint PhD in Business and Psychology. The Joint Program in Psychology and Business was established in the 2009, and is overseen jointly by the Behavioral Science dissertation area at Chicago Booth and the Department of Psychology in the Division of the Social Sciences. The aim of this program is to connect the large number of social, cognitive.Read More
The Joint PhD program requires students to visit campus for three days in the Summer each year they are in the program for an intensive experience. This is a mandatory intensive experience and all students are expected to attend.Read More
The Child and Adolescent Health PhD Program complements your PhD studies. As a participant, you will join more than 200 graduate researchers at the Melbourne Children’s Campus.This campus is a fully integrated paediatric teaching hospital, University department and research institute.Read More
Overview The Joint PhD programme will be conducted on a full-time basis of full scholarships from NTU. Joint PhD students will be registered at both NTU and the partner university for the Joint PhD programme.Read More
Our joint PhD in Educational Studies is a unique learning experience that combines the passion, expertise, and resources of Lakehead University, Brock University, and the University of Windsor. By collaborating with both Brock and Windsor, our Joint PhD program accesses expertise in many fields.Read More
Joint programs are always between two partners: the Department of Philosophy and one other graduate program (at UChicago, the programs are Classics, Germanics, Linguistics, and Social Thought). The purpose of such programs is to allow a graduate student to come into sustained and rewarding dialogue with faculty and graduate students working in a related field.Read More
Joint Ph.D. Programs Tepper School doctoral students have the opportunity to collaborate, study and conduct research with other Carnegie Mellon colleges. Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization (joint with Mathematics and Computer Science) Behavioral Economics.Read More