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  • Degrees of Doctor of Letters and Doctor of Science ProceduresProcedures for the management of awards of degrees of Doctor of Letters and Doctor of Science
  • Degrees of Doctor of Letters and Doctor of Science RulesA higher doctorate is awarded for an original research contribution of distinguished merit that adds substantially to the knowledge and understanding of any branch of learning, including creative arts, with which the University is concerned.

    The University awards the following higher doctorates:
    - Doctor of Letters (DLitt)
    - Doctor of Science (DSc)
  • Desktop Computers Standards and Guidelines(Expired)These standards and guidelines cover the use of desktop computers or laptops, which are personal workstations that, though possibly linked to other computers via a Local Area Network, function as stand-alone units. Desktop computers or laptops include IBM-compatible personal computers (PCs), Macintoshes, and Unix Workstations.
  • Domestic Violence GuidelinesThe purpose of these guidelines is to outline the support the University provides to staff experiencing domestic violence and to detail how line management and the Human Resource Services Directorates can assist.