Graduate Certificate of Research Management and Communication*
Get recognition for the skills you develop during your HDR degree
Undertaking Higher Degrees by Research (HDR) develops unique and transferable skills such as the capacity to design and lead a complex project, advanced communications skills and the ability to identify both commercial and entrepreneurship opportunities.
The Graduate Certificate of Research Management and Communication consolidates these transferable skills in a concurrent postgraduate qualification.
This qualification is ideal for HDR candidates who are looking to formalise the knowledge and capabilities they develop during their HDR degree to become more employable across a range of industries in research, project management, compliance, education and more.
Students choose from a range of units that cover outreach, engagement, ethics, entrepreneurship, management and communications as well as the opportunity for extended professional placements. The Graduate Certificate in Research Management and Communication is undertaken concurrently with a Masters by Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Professional Doctorate (during the thesis component).
*University approval pending
Higher Degree by Research candidates have high-level, transferable skills in communication and management. These are attractive to employers across industries and organisations.
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Applicants must be enrolled in a Higher Degrees by Research award at Southern Cross University.
Course fees are covered by the Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP). If you are not the recipient of a RTP place, course fees are included with the overall fees of your Higher Degree by Research.
Students choose 3 or 4 units (a total of 48 credit points) from the following options:
- EDUC7009 - Research Project Management
- Ethical Research and Oversight Unit
- EDUC7011 - Commercialisation and Entrepreneurship
- Leadership and Governance Unit
- EDUC7013 - Communication and Outreach
- Workplace Engaged Learning Unit
- Extended Workplace Engaged Learning (double-weighted unit)
Graduates have a demonstrable and transferable skill set with opportunities across industries in project design and management, communication, education, research, governance and commercialisation.
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