Doctoral Degree

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Doktor Nauk
... literally translated as "Doctor of Sciences") is a higher doctoral degree, the second and the higher post-graduate academic degree in the Soviet Union, Russia and in many post-Soviet states ... Dissertation Committee where the doctoral candidate had defended his/her research work ... of committee members is typically about 20, all holding the Doktor Nauk degree ...
Doctor Of Science - The Americas - United States
... traditional Doctor of Science is an academic research doctoral degree awarded by research universities ... degrees were introduced in the same year ... The Doctor of Science research degree is earned with the formal dissertation defense and approval of a committee on the basis of original research and ...
Alan Boraas - Biography - Doctoral Degree
... In 1979, Boraas left Alaska to study for his doctoral degree ... His dissertation was far removed from archaeology its subject was the evolution of specialization between the right and left sides of the brain ...
Benigno Aquino III - Honours and Awards
... Fordham University - Honorary doctoral degree in Economics Centro Escolar University - Honorary doctoral degree in Economics Kasetsart University - Honorary ...
Tampere University Of Technology - Academics - Post-Graduate Degree Programs
... the possibility of continuing research until a doctoral degree ... As usual in Finland, the completion of doctoral degree requires a certain amount of courses taught (worth at least 60 ECTS) and a dissertation containing original scientific ... Depending on the prior education of the student, the doctoral degree is either tekniikan tohtori (Doctor of Science in Technology or Architecture) or filosofian tohtori (Doctor of Philosophy) ...

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