The Ph.D. concentration in Management reflects the particular strengths of the faculty in the Department of Management, International Business and Entrepreneurship. Doctoral candidates have been working with faculty on dissertations in the areas of human resources and organization development, international management and business, and domestic, entrepreneurial and international business strategy.
Candidates are also working in the areas of organizational knowledge development and transmission, business associations as facilitators of international business activities, employment discrimination, franchising, international business ethics, and organizational training and development.
Below is a list of courses at the doctoral level that have been taught in years past. While there are few required courses in research methods and the major areas of management, doctoral courses are specifically selected to follow the areas which interest the students, and also coincide with the strengths of the faculty.
|MAN 7326||Industrial/Organizational Psychology||3 credits|
|MAN 7685||International Organizational Studies||3 credits|
|MAN 7729||Strategic Management Seminar||3 credits|
|MAN 7931||Special Topics in Management||3 credits|
|MAN 7978||Advanced Research in Management||1-9 credits|
|MAN 7980||Doctoral Dissertation - Management||1-15 credits|
|QMB 7567||Measurement Design and Evaluation||3 credits|
For additional information about the concentration in management, please contact the Management Ph.D. Coordinator, Dr. Gary Castrogiovanni, firstname.lastname@example.org.