Research doctorates at CASE are awarded in recognition of academic research that is (at least in principle) adds distinct intellectual contribution to existing body of knowledge. Like many highly reputed international universities, earning a research doctorate also requires successful completion of a regimen of coursework beyond the masters level.
Criteria for award of research doctorates vary from research area to area, but as mentioned earlier; it typically requires the submission of a substantial body of original research undertaken by the candidate. This may take the form of a single thesis or dissertation, or possibly a portfolio of shorter project reports, and will usually be assessed by a small committee of examiners appointed by CASE (during and at the end of research), and often an oral examination of some kind. The formal taught component of doctorate degree at CASE, typically consists of graduate-level courses in the subject in question, as well as training in research methodology.
Doctorate degrees at CASE strictly meet criteria of HEC and important respective international standard setting bodies (depending on the research area). CASE ensures that doctorate supervisors at CASE not only hold excellent academic standing but are equivalently inlined with industrial requirements, practices and needs.
It is aimed at CASE that all doctorate students experience real feel of exiciting research enviornment. All students’ work is subjected to extremely thorough academic and administrative scrutiny. All research work is quality assured and most importantly focus is deeply laid on outclass intellectual contribution. It would not be wrong to say that doctorate program at CASE is as intense and reputed as doctorate program in any other quality institution across the globe.
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After the completion of 18 credit hours of PhD level course work, the scholar will take the PhD qualifying comprehensive test, consisting of following two parts:
The Ph.D. students admitted after August 2005 will be required to meet all the requirements
listed in HEC latest policy dated January, 2010.Also for all the students admitted after
May 2006 the minimum & maximum time period for Ph.D. is 3 years & 5 years
respectively. The milestones have therefore, been revised accordingly.