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Professional Doctorates in the Built Environment: How Higher Education is Responding to the Changing Professional Doctorates in the Built Environment: How Higher Education is Responding to the Changing Needs of Industry & the Professions Paul Chynoweth

The doctoral qualification…. . CREDIT LEVELS FHEQ LEVEL TITLE QUALIFICATIONS 4 C Certificate 5 The doctoral qualification…. . CREDIT LEVELS FHEQ LEVEL TITLE QUALIFICATIONS 4 C Certificate 5 I Intermediate 6 H Honours Bachelors Degrees with Honours, Graduate Certificates and Graduate Diplomas 7 M Masters Degrees, Postgraduate Certificates and Postgraduate Diplomas 8 D Doctoral Doctorates Certificates of Higher Education Foundation Degrees, Ordinary (Bachelors) Degrees, Diplomas of Higher Education and other higher diplomas …the creation and interpretation of new knowledge, through original research, or other advanced scholarship, of a quality to satisfy peer review, extend the forefront of the discipline, and merit publication. (QAA Framework for Higher Education Qualifications) …. . and the role of the Ph. D

Changing requirements for doctoral education…. . • Criticisms of the UK Ph. D in Changing requirements for doctoral education…. . • Criticisms of the UK Ph. D in the 1990 s • Increasing complexity of the working environment • Requirements of the professional institutions • Increasing demand for higher academic qualifications …. . and the response by Higher Education

Doctorates Higher Doctorates Eg. LLD, D. Litt, DSc Research Doctorates “Traditional” Ph. D FHEQ Doctorates Higher Doctorates Eg. LLD, D. Litt, DSc Research Doctorates “Traditional” Ph. D FHEQ Doctorates Practice-based Doctorates Eg. DMus Ph. D by Publications MD Ed. D DBA “Taught” Doctorates Professional Doctorates in Professional Practice DBEnv Honorary Doctorates DNurse New Route Ph. D “MERIT” (Salford) Eng. D DClin. Psych DProf / Pr. D Others

Doctorates Higher Doctorates Eg. LLD, D. Litt, DSc Research Doctorates “Traditional” Ph. D FHEQ Doctorates Higher Doctorates Eg. LLD, D. Litt, DSc Research Doctorates “Traditional” Ph. D FHEQ Doctorates Practice-based Doctorates Eg. DMus Ph. D by Publications MD Ed. D DBA “Taught” Doctorates Professional Doctorates in Professional Practice DBEnv Honorary Doctorates DNurse New Route Ph. D “MERIT” (Salford) Eng. D DClin. Psych DProf / Pr. D Others • First professional doctorates appeared in the UK in 1992 • By 2005, 186 programmes across 51 universities (with 27 more in the course of development)

Professional Doctorates: Defining Characteristics • • • Aimed at the “scholarly professional”- not the Professional Doctorates: Defining Characteristics • • • Aimed at the “scholarly professional”- not the professional scholar Workplace based students / part-time study Part of a cohort with fellow professionals Research conducted within student’s areas of expertise High levels of initial support (typically through a “taught” element) Programme should “unlock” students’ tacit professional knowledge Use of experiential learning / reflective practice / action learning Outputs will typically be applied research / action research Patterns of assessment may differ from Ph. D

Professional Doctorates in the Built Environment INSTITUTION AWARD ABBREVIATION University of Salford Doctorate in Professional Doctorates in the Built Environment INSTITUTION AWARD ABBREVIATION University of Salford Doctorate in the Built Environment DBEnv University of the West of England Doctorate in the Built Environment DBEnv University of Northumbria Doctorate in the Built Environment DBE Anglia Ruskin University Professional Doctorate in the Built Environment Pr. D

The Salford Programme The Salford Programme

Pg. Cert [EXIT AWARD] 60 credits Year 1 Year 2 Academic & Professional Knowledge Pg. Cert [EXIT AWARD] 60 credits Year 1 Year 2 Academic & Professional Knowledge in the Built Environment (30 credits) Knowledge Development through Reflective Practice (30 credits) Research Approaches & Methodologies in Built Environment Practice (30 credits) Practice-based Theoretical Study (30 credits) Preliminary Practice-based Investigation (60 credits) (15, 000 - 20, 000 word dissertation + transfer report) Stage 1 MSc/MRes [EXIT AWARD with option to rejoin programme within 3 years] 180 credits Stage 2 Transfer Assessment Pg. Dip [EXIT AWARD] 120 credits (24 – 30 months) Year 3 Practice-based Research Project (Not credit-rated) Year 4 Practice-based Research Project (Not credit-rated) Presentation of thesis on recommendation of supervisor Internal Evaluation (44 – 50 months) Year 5 Practice-based Research Project (Not credit-rated) 35, 000 – 50, 000 word thesis, portfolio & viva voce (Minimum 60 months) Doctor of the Built Environment [FINAL AWARD]

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