- Ph.D. in Business Administration -

The College of Business at Oregon State University offers a Ph.D. in Business Administration with options in Accounting as well as Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (name change pending approval).

Program Highlights:
  • Research-active faculty within each option who serve as mentors and provide research collaboration opportunities
  • College-wide doctoral seminar on research and professional development for first-year doctoral students
  • College-wide research methods seminar
  • Structured program of study requirements with at least four doctoral seminars in each option and high-quality instruction in research methods
  • First- and second-year research paper requirements to promote doctoral student research publication activity
  • College-wide teaching effectiveness seminars and minimum teaching requirements to expose doctoral students to teaching best practices and provide them with a portfolio of teaching experience 
  • Graduate assistantships which provide tuition waivers and monthly stipends
1. Accounting Option Objectives 

The primary objective of the accounting option is to train doctoral students for careers as professors at high-quality research-oriented universities. This training includes providing them with a program of course work that will prepare them to conduct quality accounting research, involving them in faculty-sponsored research projects as co-investigators and co-authors, and assimilating them into all aspects of the academic accounting profession (e.g., teaching, research, and service).

READ MORE.

2. Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Option Objectives

The primary objective of the strategy, entrepreneurship and innovation option is to train doctoral students for careers as professors at high-quality research-oriented universities.  This training includes providing them with a program of course work that will prepare them to conduct quality research in strategy & entrepreneurship as well as management and marketing, involving them in faculty-sponsored research projects as co-investigators and co-authors, and assimilating them into all aspects of academics related to innovation and commercialization (e.g., teaching, research, and service).

READ MORE.