A diverse range of training programs are offered within the Monash Doctoral Program (MDP).
In addition to the three compulsory graduate research modules in the MDP (Research Integrity, Monash Induction and Faculty Induction), candidates must also complete a minimum number of hours of MGE (formerly MIGR)-approved Graduate Research Professional Development (GRPD) within their graduate research programs, and from those on offer through the Faculty of Arts Research Graduate School (ARGS).
Candidates may also complete additional hours, beyond the minimum requirement, of MGE-approved options both within and outside the Faculty of Arts, in consultation with their supervisor and Program Co-ordinator.
Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts Research Graduate School provides three MGE-approved offerings for which Dr Kate Cregan, the coordinator, was awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Programs that Enhance Learning 2014.
These GRPD modules are available to all Graduate Research students in the Faculty of Arts, and registrations are completed using GRAMS.
- Mastering Journal Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Taming the Beast: Advanced Thesis Writing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Expressing Ethics in the Humanities and Social Sciences
If you are interested in finding out more about and of these modules, please email the facilitator, Dr Kate Cregan at firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 990 58779 (office hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays).
MGE (Monash Graduate Education)
For further information about MIGR approved research training please refer to the MIGR intranet site.
Other Monash Training Resources