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PhD | Information Systems, Business Administration, Management, and Operations, Business Intelligence, Other Business

PhD in Information Systems

Information Systems, Business Administration, Management, and Operations, Business Intelligence, Other Business

Summary

The PhD Program in Business Administration seeks to educate and train individuals to become outstanding scholars who excel in research, teaching and leadership positions at other academic institutions. The program is developed to provide significant flexibility, while providing the necessary skills to peruse research for publishing in highly rated peer reviewed journals. The research in Information Systems lies at the intersection of business and technology. The department has highly active publishing faculty in the areas of IS training, healthcare, security, data analytics among other areas.

Who considers a KSU PhD

  • Academic professionals, such as lecturers and adjuncts, who wish to establish a stronger academic presence and pursue a tenure-track position.
  • Working professionals who wish to establish an academic presence, pursuing either faculty or administrative position

Profies of existing students and alumini avaliable on the website. 

Highlights

  • Recognized by AACSB International in their inaugural Innovations That Inspire initiative for Global Ingenuity, Innovation, and Creativity
  • Academic research doctorate
  • Cohort-based residency program
  • Continue to work and study at the same time
  • Program designed for 3 year completion

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Majors

Information Security - Behavioral Focus
Research on how and when people participate in information security policies and procedures and how to best design and implement these policies and procedures to minimize risk.
Information Systems - Behavioral Focus
The PhD Program in Business Administration seeks to educate and train individuals to become outstanding scholars who excel in research, teaching and leadership positions at other academic institutions. The program is developed to provide significant flexibility, while providing the necessary skills to peruse research for publishing in highly rated peer reviewed journals. The research in Information Systems lies at the intersection of business and technology. The department has highly active publishing faculty in the areas of IS training, healthcare, security, data analytics among other areas.
Schedule Part-time and full-time
Duration 3 Years
Presence of students On-campus and on-line
Enrollment capacity per term 3
Average number of applications per term 20
Total number of enrolled students 8
Tuition and fees per year 30000.00 USD
Scholarships available No

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