Ph.D. in business, concentration in accounting
Prepare for an academic career by earning a Ph.D. in business with a concentration in accounting. You’ll receive a balance of scholarly training, teaching instruction, practical application and real-world experience in the accounting field. Our small program size allows for extensive one-to-one interaction with faculty.
Learn the theories, methodologies and techniques needed to conduct research. You’ll also enhance your teaching skills and self-confidence in the classroom through a one-on-one partnership with a faculty mentor.
Our program culminates with a dissertation that demonstrates your competence in conducting independent research.
Program and degree requirements
Accepted students are automatically considered for a Ph.D. assistantship. If awarded, this appointment covers all required tuition and fees, and pays a biweekly stipend. This stipend is compensation for 20 hours per week of teaching and/or research performed for the department. Ph.D. assistantships are one-year appointments, renewable up to a total of four years.
Graduate research and teaching assistantships are typically available to support full-time students. A limited number of full-time students may also be admitted without assistantship support.
To be considered for an assistantship, applications must be received by the posted application deadline.
Alumni employers include:
- Appalachian State University
- California State University, Fullerton
- James Madison University
- University of Toledo
- West Virginia University