The Master of Philosophy involves advanced study and original research in a chosen discipline.
Carey has a Memorandum of Agreement with AUT University which allows Carey to assist students in the advanced research degree of Master of Philosophy (MPhil). The degree is administered by the Doctoral Studies Board of AUT
Each programme requires the successful completion of a 120 credit thesis within 12 months for full-time students or 36 months for part-time students
Carey has a cohesive thinking to AUT’s new approach to postgraduate study, innovative, supportive, and collaborative, helping to challenge traditional thinking as well as students themselves.
For more information please see AUT’s website on Postgraduate study: http://www.aut.ac.nz/postgraduate/#doct.
Admission to the Master of Philosophy is restricted to applicants who have an Honours Degree or equivalent, together with proven research skills.
Potential students should consult with Andrew Picard, Director of the Carey Graduate School, or the Academic Director as well as reading the relevant publications of AUT.
This programme is available for New Zealand and International students.