Prof. Doctorate in Engineering Management
Earning your doctoral degree is a big undertaking. For engineers, there is also a big decision involved: whether to pursue a traditional Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree or a Doctor of Engineering (D. Eng.) degree. There are many similarities between these two paths. Both are considered terminal degrees or the highest level of academic study available. Ph.D. and D.Eng. both can help you advance your career. In either degree path, you should expect to complete challenging and in-depth studies into an engineering discipline, including research. However, the differences between these degree paths are significant. But if you choose the Professional Doctorate in Engineering degree (D.Eng.) path, you will see benefits such as a focus on professional practical application that leads to more industry job opportunities as well as differences in the timing and length of time it takes to earn the degree.
D. Eng. is a practical oriented professional doctorate in engineering which is better suited to the direct needs of industry, whereas a PhD track focuses on scientific research. Any professional doctorate in engineering degree will focus on analyzing and applying research and theory to solve real-world industry problems.
The thesis can be presented in the appropriate language for the student, but the title, the name of the researcher, and an abstract should be presented in the English language for approval.
The award of a professional masters depends on the presentation and discussion of a research thesis, as there are no online or registered lectures in this program.
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 200 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 23
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes