Doctor of Cultural Research (DCR)

Domestic

COURSE SNAPSHOT
  Local
Duration  3F / 6P
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Key :  FFull time study,  P = Part time study,  A =  Accelerated full time study

Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes.

Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents and New Zealand Citizens should apply for admission using the Online Application Form.(opens in a new window)

If your application is successful, you may commence at any time.

Domestic candidates may be eligible to extend the duration to 4F/8P.

International

COURSE SNAPSHOT
 International
Duration 3F
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Key :  FFull time study,  P = Part time study,  A =  Accelerated full time study

Part-time refers to study load, not to timetabling of evening classes.

International applicants should apply for admission using the Online Application Form.(opens in a new window)

You may apply for admission at any time. If your application is successful, you must commence before the corresponding census dates of 31 March or 31 August.

Details

Candidates are required to produce an examinable portfolio of work that provides evidence of significant conceptual development and professional capacity relevant to the better understanding of significant problems in practice. You will also be expected to actively participate in seminars, conference presentations, workshops and other research training and development activities.

The Doctor of Cultural Research is designed to produce future professional leaders in a range of industry settings where culture is an important dimension of the typical issues and problems faced in that workplace or organisation.

The Doctor of Cultural Research is designed for candidates who deal in their professional practice with issues such as:

  • Cultural diversity and community relations
  • Urban development, planning and place management
  • Art, culture and heritage
  • Cultural impacts of technology and globalisation
  • Creative and innovation
  • Transnational connections and local cultures
  • Cultures of organisational change

Career opportunities for the Doctor of Cultural Research (DCR)

The DCR is designed to produce future professional leaders in workplaces in a range of industry settings where 'culture' is an important dimension of the typical issues and problems faced by that organisation.

Government and Non-Government Organisations

High-level advisor, change management, planning, strategy and development, conduct related research.

How to Apply

Local and international students may apply for admission into higher research degrees at any time. For information about the admission criteria and the application process, please refer to the How to Apply for Research Degrees page.