Doctor of Computing
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10, 360 3.0
Full-time for three years or part-time for four to six years
Mt Albert campus Semester dates for 2013:
Semester 1: 25 February - 28 June; Semester 2: 22 July - 22 November
NZ$10686 (Approximate fee only, find out more about the costs of study)
Explore in depth relevant computing issues in your specialist field or workplace. New Zealand's first professional doctorate in computing has been developed in consultation with the computer industry.
The Doctor of Computing aims to help computing professionals gain the knowledge and skills to contribute to New Zealand's knowledge economy. You'll explore in depth relevant issues in your specialist field of computing or your workplace. Investigate theoretical and practical issues in the computing profession and determine the appropriate responses. Your thesis must provide a significant and original contribution in relation to the field of computing.
- New Zealand's first professional doctorate in computing.
- A combination of advanced coursework and original research.
- Developed in consultation with the computer industry and leading universities both here and in Australia.
- Taught by experts and practitioners on the cutting-edge of the discipline. You get to interact with visiting industry practitioners and academics.
- State-of-the-art workshop labs which you can access seven days a week.
- A mix of weekend classes and e-learning: the primary mode of delivery for each course is a series of eight weekend classes spread over an eight-month period. Classes are supplemented by eLearning resources.
Last edited: 27 August 2012