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Why Choose Academia
Many people choose to join a Ph.D. program for various reasons, but if you wish to challenge yourself and push yourself to new heights, then a doctorate may be for you.
How to Choose a Ph.D. Program
Choosing a Ph.D. program that matches your skills and interests is critical to your academic, professional, and personal success.
It is important to find out the size of the Ph.D. program, but it is also important to ask questions about the program culture and collaborative environment.
Corporate Job to Ph.D.
Pursuing opportunities to gain teaching or research experience is key when preparing to make the transition from the corporate world to academia.
Moving from MBA to Ph.D.
Gain additional research experience in your area of interest before applying to a Ph.D. program.
DBA vs Ph.D.
A DBA is a professional doctorate with a focus on theoretical knowledge and its use in business practice. A Ph.D. is a research degree for candidates who would like to pursue a career in academia and conduct research that contributes to business knowledge or theory.
Researching a Professor's Field of Interest
Review a professor's publications and make an appointment to speak with the professor.
Advice for Students
Faculty and doctoral students share advice for individuals considering a doctoral program.