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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**
|QUANTITATIVE AND RESEARCH METHODS|
|Select two courses based on concentration from:|
|Management Information Systems:|
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
|FUNCTIONAL AREA CONCENTRATION|
|Select five courses with the consent of the doctoral advisor and approval of the Ph.D. Program Director||
|Select two coures from:|
|Select one course from:|
|Management Information Systems|
|Select two courses from:|
|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
|DISSERTATION RESEARCH***||6 SCH|
|A minimum of 6 SCH must be completed in dissertation research|
*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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