The College of Management Announces New PhD Program in Business Administration
December 20, 2011
The College of Management (CM) at the University of Massachusetts Boston has added a PhD program in Business Administration to its program offerings. Beginning in the fall of 2012, the college will offer a PhD specialization focused on organizations and social change; specializations in finance and management information systems will be added over the next several years.
The doctoral program in business administration is a selective full-time program that trains students for academic and professional careers.
"The addition of a new PhD program is a significant indicator of our growing stature and impact,” said College of Management Dean Philip L. Quaglieri.
The College of Management (CM) is Boston's public business school. CM is dedicated to educating the region's 21st century professional workforce and to maintaining strong ties to local employers in the private, public, and non-profit sectors. The college enrolls 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students and offers bachelor's programs in management and information technology and master's programs in business administration, accounting, finance, international management, and information technology.
About UMass Boston
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