Doctorate & Post Doctorate Programs: PhD, D.Sc & D.Lit is available in Management & Management Science branches.
A candidate shall be Post Graduate in same or related subject for getting admission to Doctorate/PhD programs. A Ph.D. degree is useful in any field. It is highly esteemed e.g. in management, financial-assurance sector, in public administration, in politics, or in consulting. A doctoral degree proves highest intellectual abilities of its holder. It is a kind of intellectual nobility and is a sign of belonging to certain elite. It is also a scholarly degree widely recognized on the international market. The program is prepared especially for people who are successful in their professional careers, it allows for professional work to be combined with the studies. Business practitioners need a Ph.D. degree to get a competitive advantage on the job market. Management, Consulting or finance experts holding Ph.D. degrees are also most trustworthy in the eyes of the clients. Obtaining a Ph.D. degree is an essential step for people considering academic career in the future, or interested in scholarly research in the fields of management, finance or economics.
For Post Doctorate Programs a candidate should be a Doctorate/PhD awardee. The Doctor of Science (DSc) / Doctor of Literature is of a higher standing than the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and is awarded for work that makes an original, substantial and distinguished contribution to knowledge in a field with which the faculty is concerned. Work submitted for the degree normally comprises publications that have appeared in the forms of books or papers in scholarly journals that are then presented in the form of a thesis. The degree will give the applicant authoritative standing in that field and the right to general recognition of this standing by scholars in the field.
The DBA is a blended part time program aimed at outstanding managers, who hold a master's degree, and want to enhance their professional practice combining academic rigor and managerial relevance. The goal is to contribute to the state of the art knowledge in their chosen area of study through management research within current and future work settings
Available in all specializations