Politics and Government PhD Unit Set
Political Science research at ECU concentrates on the politics of leadership, political psychology, environmental politics and the Asian region.
Specific postgraduate research topics are developed in conjunction with the postgraduate coordinator or potential supervisor, however applications are particularly encouraged from those with an interest in: North Korea Studies Environmental Politics Chinese Studies Political Psychology Researchers in the school are currently involved in projects investigating the Adani Coal Mine, the Torture Taboo, political evolution in China and the North Korean nuclear program.
Availability & Campus
Candidates enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy Integrated (J42) may be required to attend classes on more than one campus to complete the research training component of the course.
Candidates are expected to meet regularly with their supervisors as part of the supervised independent research component of the course.
Government Departments, Private Companies, Political offices, international affairs.
Possible future job titles
Policy Officer, Project Officer, Researcher, Political Advisor, Security Analyst, Intelligence Analyst