The PhD (Business Administration and Management) is a terminal research degree designed for those who desire to pursue business and management at the highest level.
The emphasis of the programme is on the writing of a specialised thesis that makes an original contribution to knowledge within one of the sub-fields of strategic management, project management, human resource management or marketing.
Objectives of the Program
The Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration and Management aims to help students grow holistically through the outcomes of knowledge, skills, professional development and attitudes. At the time of graduation, students will be able to meet the following degree objectives:
- Use academic abilities, research methods, and advanced business skills in developing creative forms and modes of engagement in business activities.
- Formulate strategies for human relationships and leadership in various business contexts.
- Incorporate statistical analysis in business
operations and activities
- Apply the acquired skills to conduct business
research and communicate outcomes to the business
community and society at large.
A student shall undertake two (2) University Common Courses, four (4)
Core Courses of the programme, four (4) concentration/specialisation units
Leadership and Ethics in Corporate Governance
Global Business Management
Strategic Management theory, Models and
Development of innovation Strategies
Managing International &; Global Business
Seminar in Strategic Management
Project Management Theory
Project Identification, Planning and Control
Project Financing, Cost Benefit & Risk
Seminar Paper in Project Management
Human Resource Management
Strategic Human Resource Management
International Human Resource Management
Leading Organisational Change
Seminar in Human Resource Management
Marketing Management Theory
Global Marketing Strategy
Seminar in Consumer Behaviour and Marketing
Duration of the Program
The duration of the program shall be 3 years leading to the award of Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration and Management.