Masters research degree programmes are advanced study programmes for graduates (or equivalent) who aspire to positions of professional leadership and responsibility in the field of built environment, or to develop a career in built environment research.
Postgraduates will be trained in research by experienced supervisors. The research training will include practical and theoretical activities focused on a specific research topic agreed by the student and the supervisor.
Training will cover:
Progress is judged through the completion of the learning agreement, a self-evaluation report and final thesis submission. Full-time students may be allowed to undertake part of their work outside the University of Salford.
Normally 1-2 years full-time/part-time depending on individual qualifications and study needs.
For details on entry requirement and fees, please see our page on applying for postgraduate research degrees.