Examination and implementation of a proposal for a Ph.D. program in Administrative Sciences
Randall, Robert D. Jr.
Bui, Tung X.
Thomas, Kenneth W.
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The purpose of this thesis is to conduct a feasibility study for establishing a Ph.D. program for the Administrative Sciences department and to prepare a Ph.D. proposal to submit to the Academic Council for program approval. According to the Academic Council requirements regarding the Ph.D. program, the following questions are addressed: (1) does the department have an active masters program; (2) does the department offer adequate physical facilities to support Ph.D. research; (3) is the faculty diverse enough; (4) is the faculty currently active in research; (5) does the faculty have sufficient doctoral program experience; and (6) does the department have sufficient faculty members in the subfield where it is proposed to award the doctorate. The results of this study indicate that the Department of Administrative Sciences meets all the criteria set forth by the Academic Council Policy Manual (Section 259). A strong Administrative Sciences doctoral program would strengthen the Naval Postgraduate School's mission to serve DON/DOD advanced educational needs.
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