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Programme: PhD Fraud Risk Management

Code Faculty Duration Credits Download
07267332 Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences Minimum duration of study: 2 years Total credits: 360
Contact:
Prof K Barac
[email protected]

Programme information

The PhD with the option in Fraud Risk Management is a research degree, requiring the completion of supervised as well as independent research resulting in a thesis.

All postgraduate programmes are not offered every year. Please consult the relevant faculty concerning the presentation of this programme.

Admission requirements

  •  Relevant master’s degree with an average of at least 60%.
  • MPhil in Fraud Risk Management University of Pretoria, or a similar degree
  • Master’s degree in the Financial Sciences
  • Master’s degree in associated disciplines such as Criminology, Computer Sciences and Law
  • The Dean has the right of authorisation regarding matters not provided for in the General Regulations or the Faculty regulations. Due to capacity constraints, there are not an intake of new students every year. It remains the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the degree they wish to apply for, will indeed be offered.

 

 

Additional requirements

  1. MPhil in Fraud Risk Management University of Pretoria, or a similar degree
  2. Master’s degree in the Financial Sciences
  3. Master’s degree in associated disciplines such as Criminology, Computer Sciences and Law

The dean or Postgraduate Committee has the right of authorisation regarding matters not provided for in the General Regulations or the Faculty regulations.

Due to capacity constraints, there is not an intake of new students every year. It remains the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the degree they wish to apply for, will indeed be offered.

Research information

The research component comprises a thesis from which a research article for publication follows. A candidate will work under the guidance of a supervisor to develop a detailed research proposal in accordance with departmental guidelines and regulations. The proposal must be presented to the departmental PhD committee and must be officially approved by all relevant committees before the candidate can commence with his/her research. The candidate will continue his/her research under the guidance of his/her supervisor until the research is completed according to the rules and regulations of the University. A public defence of the final thesis is compulsory and forms part of the final examination. A research article, approved by the study leader, based on the candidate's research must be submitted for publication to a recognised accredited journal. The submission of an article is a compulsory pre-condition for the degree to be conferred.

Minimum credits: 360

Core modules

Minimum credits: 360

Core modules


The information published here is subject to change and may be amended after the publication of this information. The General Regulations (G Regulations) apply to all faculties of the University of Pretoria. It is expected of each student to familiarise himself or herself well with these regulations as well as with the information contained in the General Rules section. Ignorance concerning these regulations and rules will not be accepted as an excuse for any transgression.

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