DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN MANAGEMENT (BY RESEARCH)
The Doctor of Philosophy in Management Programme (by Research) prepares competent practitioners and researchers with a firm grounding in management who can foster research and development of new knowledge in specific areas. Through supervised research work, doctoral students are equipped with in-depth knowledge of Management and a focused understanding in the chosen area of expertise.
Upon successful completion, the PhD holders take pride in being able to:
- Show scholarly capabilities to generate, design, implement and adopt the integral part of the research process based on theoretical frameworks.
- Contribute to original research that broadens the boundary of knowledge through an in-depth thesis, which has been presented and defended according to international standards, including writing in international and local publications.
POTENTIAL AREAS OF RESEARCH
- Management Accounting
- Managerial Leadership
- Human Capital Management
- Environmental Management
- Business Innovation Strategies
- Business Creativity
- Managing Creative Resources
- Marketing Strategies
- Financial Engineering
- Social Entrepreneurship Management
- Applicants are required to have a Master’s degree (Level 7, MQF): or an equivalent qualification in a relevant field from a recognized university; and
- In special circumstances, applicants who have relevant work experience in an appropriate field and a Second Lower honours degree or a CGPA of 2.50-2.99 (on a 4 point scale) may be considered for admission.
- Language Proficiency – Applicants will be required to provide documentary evidence of proficiency in English in one of the following examinations:
- Test of English as a MALAYSIAN UNIVERSITY ENGLISH TEST (MUET) at a score of 4.0, or higher; or
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) at a score of 600, or higher; or
- International English Language Testing Services (IELTS) at a minimum overall score of 6.5 and at least a 6.0 score in each individual component of the test
- Being a full research mode programme, no course work is required. However, students are required to participate in Research Methodology workshops and colloquium at least twice a year.
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