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DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 
The Ph.D. program in International Business Administration is a bi-pillar program, where coursework and research in International Business Administration will be combined with coursework and research in one of the following areas: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, or Marketing. It is designed to produce scholars who can make significant contributions - through research, teaching and service - to the growing area of International Business and associated fields.
 
MBA BUSINESS FOUNDATION*
 
REQUIRED GENERAL BUSINESS CORE**
   21 SCH
ACC
5310  
BA 5310  
BA 5390  
ECO 5310  
FIN 5310  
MGT 5310  
MKT 5310  
QUANTITATIVE AND RESEARCH METHODS
Required courses:
15 SCH
BA
6310  
BA 6320  
DS 6320  
Select two courses based on concentration from:
Finance:  
BA 6398  
BA 6398  
Management:
BA 6398  
BA 6398  
Management Information Systems:
BA 6398  
BA 6398  
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
   18 SCH
ACC
6310  
ECO 6310  
FIN 6310  
MGT 6310  
MIS 6310  
MKT 6310  
FUNCTIONAL AREA CONCENTRATION
Select five courses with the consent of the doctoral advisor and approval of the Ph.D. Program Director
15 SCH
Finance  
FIN 6315  
FIN 6320  
FIN 6330  
Select two coures from:  
ECO 5315  
ECO 5399  
FIN 5320  
FIN 5330  
FIN 5331  
FIN 5340  
FIN 5370  
FIN 5380  
FIN 5390  
 
Management
MGT 6312  
  6315  
  6325  
  6330  
Select one course from:
MGT 6320  
  6335  
 
Management Information Systems
MIS 6320  
  6330  
  6340  
Select two courses from:
MIS 5330 Advanced Programming  
MIS 5340 Networks and Distributed Systems  
MIS 5350 Information Systems Analyis  
MIS 5360 Management of Information Systems  
MIS 5370 Database Management and Design  
MIS 5380 Information Systems Design and Implementation  
MIS 5390 Project Design and Management  
MIS 5399 Special Issues in Information Systems  
MKT 5320 International Marketing
 
MKT 5330 International Promotion  
 
DISSERTATION RESEARCH*** 6 SCH 
BA 6399 Dissertation Research  
A minimum of 6 SCH must be completed in dissertation research  

TOTAL 75 SCH

 *Students with non-business undergraduate degrees or with undergraduate degrees from non-AACSB programs may be waived from the Business Foundation courses by presenting evidence of equivalent course work at their respective institution. See information on Business Foundation Courses in this section.
 **Students with non-business undergraduate degrees or with undergraduate degrees from non-AACSB programs may be waived from the Business Administration Core courses by presenting evidence of equivalent course work at their respective institution.
 ***Students must remain enrolled by taking a minimum of 3 hours until dissertation is completed.
 
 
 
       

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