Curriculum at a Glance
|ECON 8125||ECON 6810||ECON 8120||SCMS 8530||SCMS 8530||SCMS 8530|
|ECON 8810||ECON 8125||ECON 8810||SCMS 8540||SCMS 8540||SCMS 8540|
|ECON 8811 or||ECON 8810||ECON 8811||MGMT 8921||MGMT 8921||MGMT 8921|
|MKTG 8217||ECON 8811 or||ECON 7300 or||MKTG 8217||MKTG 8217||MKTG 8217|
|ECON 8812||ECON 7125|
|18 hrs in ACCT courses. An additional 12 hrs determined by advisor||24 hrs in ECON courses. An additional 6 hrs determined by advisor||21 hrs in FIR courses. An additional 9 hrs determined by advisor||18 hrs in MGMT courses. An additional 12 hrs determined
|21 hrs in MIS courses. An additional 9 hrs determined by advisor||21 hrs in MKTG courses. An additional 9 hrs determined by advisor|
The concentration (30 semester hours total) may be selected from the following: Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, and Marketing. Additional courses designed to complement the student's overall educational and research objectives, must be approved by the Departmental Program Committee and by the Associate Dean for Academic Programs.
The dissertation (18 semester hours) requires a major research project of an original and creative nature. The dissertation is the research capstone of the Ph.D. program. It must be a significant contribution to an area of study in Business Administration and must meet the requirements of the Graduate School.