Ph. D. in Management
The Doctoral Program (Ph. D.) in Management offered by Alliance School of Business, Alliance University balances solid grounding in the fundamentals of the discipline with the flexibility to combine and create new knowledge that is derived from a doctoral student’s research interest. Doctoral students are expected to pursue academically rigorous coursework and work independently on a research topic that develops and leads to the completion of a doctoral dissertation. Doctoral students will be part of an intellectually-stimulating and demanding environment that requires participation in seminars, interactive discussions and workshops, which are delivered by research scholars, faculty and experts from the respective areas. Doctoral students are encouraged to develop original ideas, collaborate on research projects and present their work at major national and international conferences.
Areas for Research
The doctoral study at the Alliance School of Business is offered in the following areas of specialization:
- Organization, Leadership and Human Resources
- Systems and Operations
In the event that a doctoral student selects an interdisciplinary area of research, the University would consider such request on a case-by-case basis.
The program admits both internal and external doctoral students. The normal duration of the program of study for internal and external doctoral students is three years and four years respectively. Extension will be granted to deserving students on a case-by-case basis contingent upon the progress made on the research work.
Award of the Ph. D. Degree
On successful completion of the coursework and the consequent defense of the doctoral dissertation by the doctoral student, Alliance University shall confer upon the doctoral student the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) in Management.
|Quantitative and Computational Methods|
|Business Research Methods|
|Note: All students study Management Science irrespective of their choice of specialization.|
|Advanced Marketing Theory and Models|
|Consumer Behavior and Constructs|
|Marketing Strategy and Corporate Growth|
|Teaching Development in Marketing|
|Advanced Corporate Finance|
|Financial Markets, Institutions and Services|
|Management of Banking|
|Teaching Development in Finance|
|Contemporary Human Resource Research Areas|
|Strategic Human Resource Management|
|Teaching Development in Organization Behaviour and Human Resource|
|Advanced Production Management|
|Information Systems Foundations and Theory|
|Contemporary Topics and Research Approaches in Systems and Operations|
|Teaching Development in Systems and Operations|
All students study Management Science irrespective of their choice of specialization.