TITLE

Perceptions of the Doctorate in Broad Education for Business

AUTHOR(S)
Martin, Ken
PUB. DATE
September 2012
SOURCE
Insights to a Changing World Journal;2012, Issue 3, p141
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This thought exchange drawn from qualitative research focuses on educators' important viewpoints concerning the nature and characteristics of graduate study for the doctoral degree. The variety of doctoral degrees and the special needs of the possessors of these are important. Satisfying the stages entailed in the preparation for the doctor's degree for the business discipline differs among types of degrees and schools giving such preparation. The uses of the doctor's degrees in business disciplines and the preparation of scholars receiving such degrees clearly stimulate the holders of the degrees as well as aid the improvement of business and education practices.
ACCESSION #
83529737

 

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