Medicine (Professional Doctorate) DProf
Develop your leadership and applied research skills in professional practice with a professional doctorate in Medicine
Our research focuses on the application of discovery, knowledge transfer, research and innovation to improve our understanding of health and treatment of disease.
We are 1st in the UK for Medicine and Medical Technology (2021 Complete University guide).
Our inter-disciplinary partnerships with the NHS and other (international) partners focus on the following research themes:
- Precision Medicine
- Health and Bioinformatics
- Translational Neuroscience
- Infection and Anti-microbial Resistance
- Cellular stress and metabolism
- Medical Education
Overview of Professional Doctorates
Our Professional Doctorates are designed for people already working in their fields who want to boost and refine their knowledge and skills in an academic setting. The programme has two parts: a two-year taught phase with classes worth 180 credits, and then a two-year research phase where you dig into issues related to your current field of work. At the end, you present and defend your thesis in an oral exam. Successful candidates will attain a doctoral degree that is equivalent to a PhD.
Professional Doctorate researchers usually have a lot of hands-on experience and benefit from a structured teaching plan that helps them grow as scholars. The programme uses a mix of online and in-person classes, making it a good choice for people who work and want to study part-time. It's especially good for those who want to bring an academic or theoretical approach to their professional work.
Key features of Professional Doctorates
- Part-time, spanning four years
- Blended approach, with remote delivery and two in-person teaching weeks each year in February and June
- Delivered in two phases: taught phase and research phase
If you have any questions about the admissions process, studying, or living in Dundee, please contact us