Part time Doctorate in Civil Engineering

Compare Part time PhD Programs in Civil Engineering 2017

Civil Engineering

Requirements for the PhD program often involve the student having already obtained a Master’s degree. Additionally, a thesis or dissertation primarily consisting of original academic research must be submitted. In some countries, this work may even need to be defended in front of a panel.

If you are a bachelor’s degree holder in the field of civil engineering, you may want to further your knowledge. Enroll for a PhD degree in civil engineering, which serves as the highest degree in the faculty. It is structured to help you have the expertise with quality research in experimental and the analytical fields of the course. Choose to focus on construction management and engineering, highway and traffic engineering or urban infrastructure systems engineering and management to mention a few disciplines.

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Doctoral Programme in Civil Engineering

University of Minho - School of Engineering
Campus 6 semesters October 2017 Portugal Guimarães

The third cycle Programme (PhD) in Civil Engineering was launched in 2008 and revised for the 2012/2013 academic year in compliance with the principles of the Bologna Process and Decree-Law 74/2006 of 24 March, which defines Academic Degrees and Higher Education Diplomas. [+]

Best Part time Doctorate Programs in Civil Engineering 2017. The third cycle Programme (PhD) in Civil Engineering was launched in 2008 and revised for the 2012/2013 academic year in compliance with the principles of the Bologna Process and Decree-Law 74/2006 of 24 March, which defines Academic Degrees and Higher Education Diplomas. The guiding principles of the Doctoral Programme in Civil Engineering are the following: to complement the training received by holders of master degrees and 5-year undergraduate degrees in the field of Science and Engineering, particularly Civil Engineering, by providing advanced training in fast-growing areas such as Construction, Structures and Geotechnics, Hydraulics and Environment, as well as Planning and Transport Infrastructures, with particular emphasis on innovation and development of technologies and processes in these areas and on the source materials/products for construction technologies; to provide students with solid training in research methodology and experimentation, which may allow them to conceive and promote the elaboration of research and development projects in academic and/or professional contexts, thus contributing to increase their abilities in terms of research, technological development and, consequently, their ability to innovate in order to achieve further knowledge in the field; to boost Civil Engineering-related research and technological development, promoting their consolidation as an important element of the industrial sector. Access to higher education The main objective of the Doctoral Programme in Civil Engineering is to train highly qualified experts and researchers capable of undertaking autonomous research, development and innovation work within academic or business contexts in the field of Civil Engineering. The set of skills acquired by PhD students over their academic life will enhance the interaction between the University and the entrepreneurial fabric and will contribute towards the competitiveness and sustainability of the Civil Engineering sector at national and international levels. Access forms Access to this cycle of studies requires an application to the School of Engineering of the University of Minho. Formal requirements Eligible for the Doctoral Program in Civil Engineering are: Holders of a master degree in Civil Engineering or legal equivalent; Holders of a 300-ECTS credit undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, with an academic or scientific relevant curriculum vitae, which is recognized by the Steering Committee of the Doctoral Program as attesting to the capacity to complete this study cycle and validated by the Scientific Council of the School of Engineering; Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum vitae, which is recognized by the Steering Committee of the Doctoral Program as attesting to the capacity to complete this cycle of studies by the Steering Committee of the Doctoral Program and validated by the Scientific Council of the School of Engineering. SELECTION CRITERIA Academic, scientific and technical curriculum vitae; Proven professional experience in the area; When deemed appropriate by the jury panel, applicants may receive an interview offer, in which case the result of the interview will factor into the ranking of candidates. Application deadlines 1st Phase 24th August to 4th September, 2015 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 2nd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2015/2016) 3rd Phase 4th to 15th January, 2016 (Academic Year 2016/2017) [-]

Doctoral Programme in Engineering

Aalto University
Campus 4 years August 2017 Finland Espoo

The normative duration of studies for completing the degree of Doctor of Science (Technology) is four years. The degree comprises theoretical studies to the extent of 40 ECTS credits and research work resulting in a doctoral dissertation. A doctoral candidate who has completed his or her degree has the skills necessary for performing varied duties in international environments in different sectors of society. [+]

The goal of doctoral studies is to equip a doctoral candidate with competence to conduct independent research and perform demanding advisory tasks. Developing skills in research work and the application of research results is integral to doctoral studies. The normative duration of studies for completing the degree of Doctor of Science (Technology) is four years. The degree comprises theoretical studies to the extent of 40 ECTS credits and research work resulting in a doctoral dissertation. A doctoral candidate who has completed his or her degree has the skills necessary for performing varied duties in international environments in different sectors of society. The Doctoral Programme in Engineering comprises 18 research fields , including land use planning and urban studies, real estate economics, geoinformatics, civil and structural engineering, civil and environmental engineering, engineering design and production, energy and environmental technology and applied mechanics. Doctoral studies are available at all the departments of the school: the Department of Energy Technology (EN), the Department of Engineering Design and Production (K), the Department of Surveying (M), the Department of Applied Mechanics (SM), the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering (R) and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Y). The Doctoral Programme in Engineering has two application periods a year, one ending at the end of October and the other at the end of April . Applicants must have an applicable higher university degree. The director of the doctoral programme is Professor Kirsi Virrantaus, who is responsible for the programme activities and the development and coordination of the doctoral studies together with the school. Decisions related to the doctoral programme are made by the Doctoral Programme Committee whose members include professors representing the central research fields in the school. [-]

PhD in Urban Design and Planning

Siberian Federal University
Campus 3 years September 2017 Russia Krasnoyarsk

Doctoral students do research at libraries and archives, they also work with the data from businesses and public companies. Apart from studying research methods, their research focuses on trends in urban development, unique Siberian experience, historical urban heritage and historical roots of modern problems. [+]

Best Part time Doctorate Programs in Civil Engineering 2017. Doctoral students do research at libraries and archives, they also work with the data from businesses and public companies. Apart from studying research methods, their research focuses on trends in urban development, unique Siberian experience, historical urban heritage and historical roots of modern problems. Programme Leader Professor Kukina’s research interests are Global Trends in Urban Design and Planning; Place and Meaning of Regional Features, and Urban Morphology. Recently, her studies have focused on Environmentally Oriented Renovation of a Larger Post-Industrial, Post-Carbon, “Post- Socialist” City, and its Structure. This research also includes historical landscape and environ- mental approaches. Entry requirements: Master’s degree in Urban Design and Planning, or Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Design, Geography, Economics Accommodation: On-campus accommodation is available: single ensuite room 45 € per month, twin ensuite room 30 € per month. Practicalities: Airport transfer, invitation letter for a Russian study visa and an optional survival course of Russian as a foreign language are provided by the University. Research Tendencies of the Agglomeration Development (2010) Newest Paradigms of the Housing Development: Planning Aspects, Planning Typology Changing, Housing Typology Changing (2011-2012) Theory of Buffer Zones as City Structure Keeping Constructing System (2013-1015) Development of the Landscape-Environmental Approach to the City Renovation (2013-1015) The projects are funded by the Russian Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering Science. Curriculum BASIC COURSES Urban Design and Planning 3 (108) Modern Issues of the Urban Theory 2 (72) Advances in Urban Design 2 (72) ELECTIVES Processing of experimental data 3 (108) Methodology of PhD Thesis Preparation 3 (108) Academic English 3 (108) Basic English 3 (108) Russian (fee will apply) 3 (108) [-]

Doctor of Philosophy in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.)

The George Washington University - School of Engineering & Applied Science
Campus 4 - 6 years September 2017 USA District of Columbia

Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students have extraordinary opportunities to learn about the state-of-the-art in their studies. Environmental engineering students use one of the world’s largest wastewater treatment plants as a real-world laboratory to improve the water quality of the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay watershed. [+]

Program Overview Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students have extraordinary opportunities to learn about the state-of-the-art in their studies. Environmental engineering students use one of the world’s largest wastewater treatment plants as a real-world laboratory to improve the water quality of the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Structural engineering students study earthquake engineering, extreme event design of structures and bridge design on a state-of-the-art, six-degrees-of-freedom earthquake simulator. And transportation-engineering students learn from faculty and experts at GW’s National Crash Analysis Center and the Federal Outdoor Impact Laboratory. The doctoral program aims to educate highly qualified researchers who will enhance fundamental knowledge and produce technological innovations through original research and development. Our location and relationships with companies and government agencies in the Washington, D.C., area allow for collaborative research opportunities that greatly increase our graduates’ job prospects. The Department collaborates with several entities throughout the greater D.C. metropolitan area for research, including: the Center for Intelligence Systems Research (CISR) for developing intelligent transportation systems; the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay Watershed on improving water quality; the National Crash Analysis Center for research in transportation engineering In addition, the Science and Engineering Hall on GW's main campus features a new high bay, in which students in civil and environmental engineering may apply their knowledge in testing the strength of heavy objects against a strong wall and strong floor. Doctor of Philosophy in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Ph.D.) Credit hours (for those with a master's degree): 30 Credit hours (for those without a master's degree): 54 Duration: 4-6 years Other requirements: Qualifying examination: Administered twice a year, the exam covers subject matters at both the master's and doctoral levels. Students should prepare for comprehensive questioning on all subject matters regardless of any particular course included in the actual doctoral coursework load. Doctoral Areas of Focus Environmental Engineering This program is designed to provide students with the fundamentals and knowledge about the various specializations within environmental engineering. These include among others, water, wastewater, hazardous wastes, industrial wastes and pertinent regulatory requirements. The students are given a broad overview of each area, which enables them to select specific areas for advanced study, if they should choose to do so. In this program, the students have to take a number of required courses, along with courses selected from the following subject areas: Environmental chemistry Water and wastewater treatment processes Advanced sanitary engineering design Industrial waste treatment Hazardous waste management Environmental impact assessment Environmental microbiology Advanced treatment processes Required Courses: CE 6503, 6601, 6609 Geo-environmental Engineering The main goal in this area of concentration is to provide essential tools for civil engineers who want to specialize in foundation engineering, rock mechanics, and soil mechanics. A variety of courses in the theoretical and practical aspects of geomechanics are available. Students are trained to undertake the analysis and design of such geotechnical structures as earth dams, embankments, and abutments. The program also provides the knowledge necessary to design geo-environmental structures such as landfills and general infrastructure systems constructed on or in geomaterials. Some of the main topics covered in this area are: Theoretical soil mechanics Groundwater and seepage Physicochemical aspects of soil behavior Foundation engineering Geotechnical earthquake engineering Finite element methods in solid mechanics Rock mechanics Environmental geotechnology Soil dynamics Required Courses: CE 6210, 6402, 6605 Mechanics and Materials Engineering Courses in this concentration teach you to develop and apply means of describing and predicting the mechanical behavior of materials (crystalline and polycrystalline metals, insulators, semiconductors, amorphous materials, and composites) and structures (individual elements or the whole of machine, spacecraft, bridge, or other structures) in their interaction with physical environments. The study of engineering mechanics allows you to draw on the resources of GW's Departments of Physics and Chemistry, and provides for the concentrated study of: Mechanics of continua with emphasis on solids Science of materials and materials behavior Applied mathematical analysis Numerical and finite element analysis Required Courses: ApSc 6213; CE 6206, 6210 Structural Engineering This area enables you to specialize in computer-aided structural design or structural dynamics. You develop specialized methods to analyze the effects of the environment, large-scale human occupancy, heavy traffic, and various types of dynamic excitation on the infra-and super-structures of complex building and bridge systems. You'll focus on topics such as: Reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete design Metal structure design with emphasis on steel structures Soil mechanics and geotechnical engineering Advanced mechanics and materials science Composite materials Analysis of plates and shells Vibration and stability analysis Structural analysis Probabilistic methods and random vibrations Numerical and finite element methods Computer applications Required Courses: CE 6201, 6202, 6210 Transportation Engineering This program offers a focused and comprehensive study of vehicle crashworthiness, intelligent transportation systems and traffic flow dynamics. Courses on finite element modeling, occupant safety, government regulations, injury/crash analysis, vehicle dynamics, traffic flow theory and demand modeling are provided. Students will utilize all the facilities at the National Crash Analysis Center - NCAC (including the Crash Film Library and the Vehicle Modeling Laboratory) and the Center of Intelligent Systems Research –CISR (including a driving simulator and an instrumented vehicle). Numerical Methods in Engineering (CE 6101) Application of Probability Methods in Civil Engineering (CE 6102) Introduction to Finite Element Analysis (CE 6210) Introduction to Biomechanics (CE 6350) Analytical Mechanics (CE 6701) Vehicle Dynamics (CE 6702) Vehicle Standards and Crash Test Analysis (CE 6703) Crash Investigation and Analysis (CE 6704) Non-Linear Finite Element Modeling and Simulation (CE 6705) Systems Dynamics and Control (CE 6707) Traffic Engineering and Highway Safety (CE 6721) Intelligent Transportation Systems (CE 6722) Advanced Theory in Traffic Flow (CE 6800-a) Advanced Demand Modeling (CE 6800-b) Advanced Biomechanics (CE 8280) Advanced Finite Element Analysis (CE 8330) Required Courses: CE 6210, 6701, and 6721 or 6722 Water Resources Engineering In this area, you deal with the increasingly complex problem of planning and designing sustainable physical systems for water storage, delivery, and utilization. You develop special skills needed to design water supplies for domestic, industrial, and agricultural use; flood hazard mitigation; control of rivers for navigation, water conveyance, flood control, and recreation; and manage soil loss from watersheds and its impact on waterways and storage dams. You follow a program of required courses specific to this area and a carefully selected list of courses covering topics such as: Open channel flow Groundwater and seepage Advanced hydrology Water resources planning and control Hydraulic engineering Design of dams Ocean and coastal engineering Pollution transport systems Sedimentation engineering Mechanics of alluvial channels Hydraulic modeling Numerical methods in water resources engineering Required Courses: CE 6503, 6601, 6609 Ph.D. Admissions Requirements Applicants must submit the following materials in order to be considered for admission into a master's program at SEAS. All materials except test scores must be uploaded to the online application form: Online Application Transcripts Scanned copies of unofficial transcripts are required from all colleges and universities attended, whether or not credit was earned; the program was not completed; or the credit appears as transfer credit on another transcript. Please ensure that all transcripts are properly scanned and attached to the online application form. Otherwise, applicants will receive notifications requesting legible transcripts, which may delay review of their application. Please do not mail official transcripts unless you are instructed to do so by a SEAS admissions officer. Admissions decisions are based on unofficial transcripts. For international applicants, please see additional requirements for attaching foreign transcripts to the online application. GRE scores The Graduate Records Examination (GRE) is required of all applicants, except for those applying for a Combined Five-Year Program. GRE scores must be sent to institution code 5246 through the Educational Testing Service (ETS). There is no minimum score required on the GRE for admission. However, applicants are encouraged to score within the 90th percentile of the Quantitative section of the exam in order to be considered competitive. To see average GRE scores from the most recent incoming class, visit the Graduate Student Profile. English proficiency exam scores (international applicants) International applicants who did not receive a degree from an institution situated in the United States or English-speaking country must also submit scores from the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE Academic exams. Please view the International Admissions section for information on English language exam score requirements and sending scores to GW. Letters of Recommendation A minimum of three (3) letters of recommendation is required to be submitted with the online application form. At least one recommendation should be from an advisor and/or faculty member(s) at the institution from which you earned your highest degree. Statement of Purpose Applicants must include an essay of 400-600 words that clearly states their purpose in undertaking graduate study at the George Washington University; explains their academic objectives, research interests, and career plans; and discusses related qualifications including collegiate, professional, and community activities, as well as any other substantial accomplishments not already mentioned. It is strongly encouraged that essays stay within the 600 word limit. While applicants are not penalized for submitting longer essays, concise essays are more effective in demonstrating an applicant's motivation. The Statement of Purpose must be written by the applicant. Any essay found to have been written by anyone other than the applicant, or plagiarized from other published materials, will be withdrawn from consideration. Résumé/CV A current résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) should be uploaded with the online application form. If you have published articles in peer-reviewed publications, please include them as a hyperlink. Ph.D. applicants applicants must also demonstrate the following requirements in order to be considered for admission: A bachelor’s or master’s degree in a relevant area from an accredited institution If the applicant has obtained a master’s, a minimum grade point average of 3.4 (on a scale of 4.0) is required. If the applicant has only obtained a bachelor’s degree, the minimum grade point average must be a 3.3 (on a scale of 4.0). Identified one to three SEAS faculty members whose research interests most closely match their own and note this on the application form. A strong academic or relevant professional background pertinent to the field of study Demonstrated capacity for original research [-]

PhD in Civil Engineering

National Central University
Campus Part time September 2017 Taiwan Taoyuan

Dept. of Civil Engineering offers degrees in the following disciplines: mechanics and structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resource engineering, materials engineering, transportation engineering, geo-information engineering and information technology. [+]

Best Part time Doctorate Programs in Civil Engineering 2017. Dept. of Civil Engineering offers degrees in the following disciplines: mechanics and structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resource engineering, materials engineering, transportation engineering, geo-information engineering and information technology. The department provides teaching and research facilities, including Computer Laboratory and Experimental Center of Civil Engineering, for high-quality education and research. The Experimental Center of Civil Engineering, with total space of 6,500 square meters, is equipped with the most advanced instruments, such as high-capacity actuators, reaction walls, strong floor, loading frames, bi-axial shake table, large scale geotechnical centrifuge, large scale soil pit, atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnel, and is the most important experimental unit for civil engineering research in Taiwan. Courses taught in English Structural Dynamics Finite Element Soft Ground Engineering Asphalt Concrete Mix Design Aerial Photogrammetry Spatial Data Analysis and Applications Water Resources Systems Engineering Building Information Modeling: Theory and Applications  Earthquake Disaster Reduction Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering Requirements for Graduation Required credits : 24 credits Duration of Study : 2~7 years Other requirements : Pass qualification examination within the first five semesters. Publish at least two papers (in SCI, SSCI or EI Journal) Thesis Pass an oral defense of dissertation Research Facilities & Lab I. Structural Engineering Laboratory Reaction Walls, Strong Floor and Actuators Non-Destructive Testing Laboratory Reinforced Concrete Laboratory Bi-axial Shake Table System II. Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory Geotechnical Centrifuge and on Arme Hydraulic Shaker Cyclic Triaxial Test Laboratory Experimental Equipment of Cyclic Triaxial Test III. Wind Tunnel Laboratory IV. Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory V. Center of Quality Assurance for Civil Material Admission Documents Autobiography Study Plan Research Proposal Two Letters of Recommendation TOEFL or Other Evidence of English Proficiency Evidence of Chinese Proficiency Related Academic Publications [-]

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Civil and Environmental Engineering

College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
Campus September 2017 USA Burlington

The Ph.D. Program provides an outstanding education in a small focused setting. The doctoral program focuses primarily on the environmental area, and computational modeling and information technology applications in civil engineering... [+]

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Civil and Environmental Engineering Welcome to the University of Vermont Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) Graduate Program website! At UVM, our graduate students work closely with outstanding faculty who are research active in many areas of the broad discipline of Civil and Environmental Engineering, including: Airborne Particle Characterization & Processes (Holmén) Chemical fate and transport (Holmén) Civil infrastructure materials and modeling (Dewoolkar, Hernandez) Contaminant Hydrology (Pinder, Rizzo) Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental engineering (Dewoolkar, Ghazanfari) Groundwater modeling (Pinder, Rizzo) Hydrology (Bomblies, Pinder, Rizzo) Natural and Engineering Systems Modeling (Rizzo) Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering (Dewoolkar and Hernandez) Structural Health Monitoring and Diagnostics (Hernandez) Wireless sensor networks for health monitoring of subsurface geo-systems (Ghazanfari) Sustainable transportation systems (Aultman-Hall, Holmén, Lee) Sustainable energy infrastructure (Tan, Ghazanfari) Geo-energy systems (Ghazanfari) Heritage structure conservation (Dewoolkar, Tan) You can read more about individual faculty on their individual webpages using the Faculty link in the Program Links right-hand sidebar. All of us are very approachable, so do not hesitate to contact us via email to inquire about our research activities and openings for new students in our research groups. Nearly all of our ~ 30 graduate students are full-time students and fully supported by either faculty research grants or teaching assistantships. Students may also pursue the non-thesis option without financial support. CEE is a broad field and a number of our graduate students work collaboratively with other UVM faculty in, to name a few, the School of Natural Resources, College of Medicine, Geology, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Community Development and Applied Economics (CDAE). I encourage you to build your own plan for your graduate student career using as many of UVM's research and academic resources as possible. Certificates of Graduate Study are available for graduate students wishing to pursue interdisciplinary research areas in some depth. Interested students should contact the coordinators of these programs which involve taking a set of courses focused on one particular theme. Graduate students must formally apply to the individual Certificate Program prior to the start of the semester in which the courses will count toward the Certificate. The Ph.D. Program provides an outstanding education in a small focused setting. The doctoral program focuses primarily on the environmental area, and computational modeling and information technology applications in civil engineering. [-]

PhD in Civil Engineering

Czech Technical University in Prague
Campus Part time 4 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Building Engineering | Building and Structural Engineering | Construction Management and Engineering | Environmental Engineering | Mathematics in Civil Engineering | Physical and Material Engineering | Systems Engineering in the | Building Industry and Capital Construction | Water Engineering and Water Management [+]

Best Part time Doctorate Programs in Civil Engineering 2017. Fields of study Building Engineering Building and Structural Engineering Construction Management and Engineering Environmental Engineering Mathematics in Civil Engineering Physical and Material Engineering Systems Engineering in the Building Industry and Capital Construction Water Engineering and Water Management Scholarship yes, for full-time students Foreign Ph.D. students studying in Czech full- time Successful candidates for full-time study, who are graduated civil engineers, receive the student status for another four years. Thus, they are entitled to a monthly scholarship, food vouchers and accommodation in university halls of residence at a reduced student price. They can also receive a reduction on the public transportation pass. Foreign Ph.D. students studying in Czech Republic have to arrange and cover health insurance themselves if they do not have the Czech citizenship. The scholarship can be paid only for a "standard study time", i.e. 48 months. The amount of the scholarships is stipulated by the Dean´s directive VD 9/2014. Foreign Ph.D. students studying in part- time and students studying in English are not entitled to scholarships [-]

PhD in Industrial Engineering

Abdullah Gül University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Turkey Kayseri

Research in the department of Industrial Engineering at Abdullah Gul University focuses on understanding, developing models and solution procedures. [+]

Phd in Industrial Engineering (100% in English) ARE YOU LOOKING FOR * A program meeting your career needs? * Expertise in interdisciplinary research? * Innovative and stimulating atmosphere? * Collegial work environment? * A challenging, high-impact research? * A learner-centered climate? * A life-changing experience? JOIN US IN DISCOVERING, EXPLORING, EXPERIENCING AND SOLVING CHALLENGING GLOBAL PROBLEMS. INTRODUCTION Research in the department of Industrial Engineering at Abdullah Gul University focuses on understanding, developing models and solution procedures, and providing decision support for the contemporary challenges in production and service industries as well as large-scale socio-technical systems. The department provides a strong background in modeling and optimization, simulation, and probability/statistics. Upon this background, students have the opportunity to specialize in the following three interdisciplinary focus areas: Sustainability: Producing goods and services using processes that are non-polluting, conserving of energy and natural resources, economically viable, and safe and healthful for workers, communities, and consumers. Disaster Management: Analyzing, modeling, and providing scientific decision support in the management of natural and human-induced disasters (e.g., earthquakes, landslides, and terrorism) to contribute towards improving the resilience of governments, organizations, and companies. Healthcare Systems: Improving efficiency, productivity, and patient access in healthcare systems by developing tools, methodologies, and protocols that allow for the safe, efficient, and cost-effective delivery of healthcare with improved outcomes. ADMISSIONS & DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: B. Sc. degree from a field with one year of college-level mathematics (calculus and probability/statistics), e.g., industrial engineering, operations research, operations management, statistics, computer science/engineering, and civil engineering. M. Sc. degree from Industrial Engineering or a related field. For Turkish citizens, a minimum score of 70 from ALES quantitative section. For international candidates, a minimum score of 160 (760 if taken before 2011) from GRE quantitative and a minimum of 4.5 from GRE analytical writing sections. 2.75 or greater cumulative grade point average Proof of English proficiency (see the web site of the Graduate School of Engineering and Science for details) Minimum two recommendation letters Personal statement Interviews with members of the faculty AGU looks forward to welcoming you to its brand new Campus and is ready to make sure you are fully equipped with all the knowledge, skills, experience and international exposure you need to have a significant impact on today's and our future globalized society. [-]

PhD in Economics and Industrial Management

International University
Campus Part time September 2017 Belarus Minsk

The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management is very popular among school graduates from Belarus and from countries nearby. [+]

PhD in Economics and Industrial Management

The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management was created in 2006. Currently, there are 759 full-time course students and 2,400 correspondence course students at the faculty.

The faculty has three departments:

Department of Logistics Department of Economics and Management Department of International Economics and Finance

The Faculty of International Economic Relations and Management is very popular among school graduates from Belarus and from countries nearby. Its well-balanced and thoroughly designed teaching process, curriculum and courses delivered by highly-qualified academic staff add to the positive image of the University.The majors offered at the full-time and part-time course programs are:... [-]


PhD in Built Environment

RMIT University
Campus 4 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

Through advanced coursework and research in the Doctor of Philosophy in the Built Environment, you will develop sophisticated research, technical... [+]

PhD in Built Environment

Through advanced coursework and research in the Doctor of Philosophy in the Built Environment, you will develop sophisticated research, technical and critical analytical skills to prepare you for a career as an academic or as a leading practitioner in industry.Individually supervised research programs are available in project management, construction, property, planning and building science.Upon graduation of this program you will have developed:

high-level skills in research processing including the ability to independently design a research project, to conduct experiments and to analyse data from a research project advanced skills in the analysis and synthesis of knowledge related to specific disciplines high-level communication skills. ... [-]

PhD in Civil Engineering

RMIT University
Campus 4 years January 2017 Australia Melbourne

Develop your advanced engineering skills and contribute to our applied industry focused civil engineering research projects. Our research activity is focused... [+]

PhD in Civil Engineering

Develop your advanced engineering skills and contribute to our applied industry focused civil engineering research projects.Our research activity is focused on identifying ‘real world’ solutions to existing and emerging civil engineering problems.Our primary research activities are conducted within three related research centres:

Centre for Innovative Structures and Materials (CISM) Rheology and Materials Processing Centre (RMPC) Water: Effective Technologies and Tools (WETT) Research Centre.

You will be closely supervised while you work on a project within one of the following research areas:

structural engineering computational mechanics structural optimisation construction materials high-strength and high-performance concrete geotechnical engineering construction management infrastructure maintenance and management water systems engineering and water resources transport engineering ... [-]