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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information Systems

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The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Information Systems is an intensive research programme supported by a curriculum designed to provide students with the skills they need to effectively carry out their research work. The research undertaken will be closely aligned to the research of the division of Information Systems to ensure that research students work closely with Faculty. The degree can be studied either full-time (over 2 to 3 years) or part-time (over 4 to 6 years). The programme is not offered in distance mode and students have to be resident in Johannesburg and available to participate in the programme on campus.

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