Doctor of Agriculture (DAg)
The aim of our Professional Doctorate programme is to offer a qualification which, whilst being equivalent in status and challenge to a PhD, is more appropriate if you are pursuing a professional rather than an academic career. It provides a career development path but it also offers a route for industry to engage in meaningful research.
The doctoral route starts with the MRes which forms Part I of the qualification.
Part II is then undertaken for a minimum of three years (part-time) or two years (full-time) and comprises a longer thesis (up to 60,000 words). This thesis will involve experimentation and must embody the methodology and results of original research. It should, ideally, build upon your Part I dissertation.
If you are interested in undertaking a Professional Doctorate please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your ideas at an early stage.
Students wishing to work towards a doctorate will be registered on the MRes in the first instance as this forms Part 1 of the DAg qualification