2013-2014 University Catalog
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: Finance, Management, or Management Information Systems. It is designed to produce scholars who will make significant contributions - through research, teaching and service - to the growing area of International Business and associated fields.
*Students must remain enrolled by taking a minimum of 3 hours until dissertation is complete.
WAIVER POLICY FOR GRADUATE BUSINESS FOUNDATION COURSES
Students may be waived from the Graduate Business Foundation courses by either:
- successfully graduating with a master of business degree from a university in which the business program is accredited by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB International), or
- providing evidence of successful completion of equivalent course work at an institution recognized or accredited by its country of origin.
Applications for course waivers must be completed prior to enrollment in the doctoral program.
Students requesting a waiver must get approval from the Director of the doctoral program. The Director of the program has the responsibility for ensuring that the student has the appropriate prior course work and knowledge as set forth in this policy before approving the waiver.
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