Doctor of Philosophy / Field of Research: Gas Engineering
The Programme Educational Objectives:
- Graduates effectively incorporate the in-depth scholarship of gas engineering knowledge, research and problem solving skills to formulation and solution of diverse gas engineering problems taking into account safety, environmental, economic and societal impacts.
- Graduates communicate effectively to convey and acquire technical ideas, information, and recommendations in a multi-disciplinary environment.
- Graduates responsibly practice professional ethics with appreciation for the value of continuing professional development in maintaining their professional competence.
The Programme Learning Outcomes:
- Able to demonstrate an in-depth scholarship of their area of research in gas engineering.
- Able to contribute to original research to broaden the boundary of knowledge in gas engineering through thesis or dissertation.
- Able to make critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new ideas in research problems related to gas engineering.
- Able to plan and perform independent research undertakings professionally, ethically and responsibly, and to lead research projects.
- Able to report research findings to peers at levels suitable for international publications.
- Able to recognize the needs for continuing professional development.
The candidate must complete:
- University Elective 3 credits
- Research Minimum 6 semesters
- Research Methodology Compulsory attendance
For the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Gas Engineering), the students should complete a minimum of 6 semesters and with pass status on:
- Thesis examination by the Internal and External Examiners
- Oral defense of thesis to a Panel for oral examination.