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PhD courses at Malmö University

Our basic offer of courses that comprise in total 22 credits are open for all PhD candidates at Malmö University. PhD candidates from other universities may be admitted if places are available.

Examination in the courses is the general way for PhD candidates to fulfill the generic requirements in the Swedish third-cycle outcomes of knowledge and understanding. In addition, we also offer several optional courses.

Courses spring 2016

Research methodology:Quantitative and mixed research methodology,5hp -This offer is closed for application
Slobodan Zdravkovic
Course dates: 7/4, 14/4, 21/4, 28/4, 12/5, 19/5, 26/5, and 2/6
Clock: 9:15-12:00

Presenting research results for different groups, 3hp -  This offer is closed for application
The objective of the course is that doctoral students should be in a position to critically assess, be able to plan and implement various communicative measures relating to their research tasks. The course also aims to increase doctoral students' understanding of the importance of being able to convey research results beyond traditional academic channels.
Language: Swedish
Cecilia Olsson Jers 
Course dates: 29/4, 9/5, 10/5, 19/5, 20/5, 25/5, 3/6
Clock: Schedule

Science in society, 6hp - This offer is closed for application
The purpose of the course is to broaden and deepen the doctoral candidate's critical understanding of the possibilities and limitations of science in society, and of how these possibilities and limitations are affected by the various assumptions embodied in scientific research traditions. The course also aims to provide a greater insight into the ethical demands and problems which research faces in contemporary society.
Syllabus   New syllabus will be publish soon.
Per-Anders Tengland 
Course dates: 28/01, 4/02, 11/02, 18/02, 25/02, 3/03, 10/03, 17/03 
clock: 14.00 -17.00
Examination: 31/03

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