PhD Business Management

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A PhD degree is a doctor of philosophy which can be obtained in many areas of study, while a PhD in Business Management is specific to the study of research questions with potential relevance to the business world.

The PhD program in Business Management aim is to plan and undertake PhD education in the areas of: strategic management and leadership, organization of business, innovation and technical development, service and tourism as social, economic and cultural phenomena.

The purpose of the PhD in Business Management Program is to train and mentor PhD students so that they can contribute meaningfully to the development and delivery of the knowledge base that is comprised within the field of management.
Professionals seeking to expand their business skills and knowledge of management theories and practices could benefit by enrolling in PIC's Ph.D. in Business Management program.



Prospective students of PIC's Ph.D. in Business Management program should have a master's degree, an academic background in management or business administration, and have current experience in a corporate environment. Applicants to PIC who are under 24 years of age must have completed at least two years of college or have active military status; some programs may have additional admissions requirements.



Ph.D. in Business Management program at PIC offers a diverse business education emphasizing the development of leadership, organizational, and research skills for students seeking career advancement or enhancement. Required courses address business strategies, management techniques, and concepts in marketing, accounting, finance, and operations. Students will have the opportunity to learn problem-solving processes, research methods, leadership theories, planning strategies, and global business practices. A series of research courses help students develop and complete a dissertation. They can also choose from three seminars focusing on fundamental practices in teaching, consulting, or executive leadership.