CFAP991 | Doctor of Philosophy (Built Environment)

Admission and Entry Requirements

  1. A Master's Degree in relevant field from UiTM or any institution of Higher Learning recognised by the Senate of UiTM; or
  2. Other qualifications equivalent to a Master's Degree in relevant field with relevant working experience in a related field.
  3. Other requirements stipulated by the University
  4. Candidates without a related qualification in the field/s or working experience in the relevant field must undergo appropriate prerequisite courses determined by UiTM

Fast-Track Entry Requirements (from Bachelor to PhD)

  • A first class honours of Bachelor Degree or equivalent in related field from UiTM; or
  • Achieved at least 3.67 of Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) or equivalent; from an academic programme or Technical programme and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) from any Higher Learning Institutions recognised by the Senate of UiTM;
  • Passed an interview session; and
  • Passed a Research Proposal Presentation

The candidate is required to submit a research proposal in a specific area of study, together with documentation as stipulated in the application form by the Institute of Graduate Studies (IGS), UiTM. If necessary, the candidate will be called for an interview session.

Areas of Specialisation (not limited to):

Architectural Studies, Advanced Technologies in the Built Environment, Building Performance, Building Surveying, Building & Environmental Science, Construction & Project Management, Construction Technology & Maintenance, Construction Health & Safety, Construction Procurement & Delivery System, Construction Economics & Contracts, Education in the Built Environment, Facilities Management, Geographical Information Science, Geospatial Science , Global Positioning System, Housing, Community, People & Planning, Heritage and Conservation, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Management, Property Management, Procurement & Supply Chain, Parks & Amenity Management, Real Estate & Valuation, Sustainability in the Built Environment, Town & Regional Planning, Urban Studies, Value Management, Information Technology in Construction Industry, and etc.


Mode and Duration of Study:

Full Time:                                           
Min: 2 ½ Years (5 Sem)
Max: 7 Years (14 Sem)                   

Part Time:
Min: 2 ½ Years (5 Sem)
Max: 7 Years (14 Sem)  

Programme Coordinator:

Dr Farrah Zuhaira Ismail
Tel : 603-5521 1568
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