Dear all, Application process http://www.bauer.uh.edu/doctoral/admissions/ You will receive $2100 per month. See below.
I got my MBA from the University of Houston.
Arkansas State University
========================= University of Houston http://www.bauer.uh.edu/doctoral/scm/ Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management (SCM) The Ph.D. program in Supply Chain Management IS NOW accepting applications for the fall 2012. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) field covers the planning, execution, and control of strategic, tactical, and operational decisions involved in the movement of materials, services, resources, and information among and within organizations. Demand for SCM graduates has grown significantly in recent years and faculty salaries in the area are highly competitive. Content and Length of Program For the typical student the program requires a 4-year full-time commitment. During this period the student establishes residency (Section 7.80 of C. T. Bauer College of Business Policies - BCB policies) and employment outside the university is prohibited. Ph.D. students may be qualified to receive support from the university in the form of Assistantships. Students receiving assistantships are expected to serve 20 hours each week during the academic year as research and/or teaching assistants to the SCM faculty. Compensation ranges from $31,870 to $35,710, based on a $2100 per month stipend with annual increases through the third year, also on a fellowship during a student’s first two years and teaching compensation thereafter, plus tuition waiver (less student-paid fees). Research Focus and Placement The doctoral program in Supply Chain Management at the University of Houston is designed to produce outstanding scholars/teachers who possess a breadth of understanding of the overall field as well as a depth of understanding in selected sub-fields within SCM. The program is designed to provide the necessary skills to enable graduates to have successful academic careers in which they contribute to the growing body of academic and practical SCM knowledge through sound research, and educate and instruct future scholars and business professionals in the SCM field. Past graduates have accepted faculty positions at the University of Southern California, The Ohio State University, George Mason University, Oakland University, the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Lehigh University, the University of Glasgow, and the Air Force Institute of Technology. Advisory Committee The student's Advisory (coursework) Committee chairperson shall be named during the first semester of the student's enrollment in the program. Approval of the members of the Advisory Committee by the SCM Ph.D. Coordinator is required. This committee has primary responsibility for: Structuring the coursework program and insuring that all program requirements and equivalencies are satisfied. Monitoring the student's progress. Supervising the oral comprehensive examination. General Timeline and Milestones for Doctoral Studies in SCM First year of studies Fall semester: Nine semester hours. Appointment of the advisory committee (also called course committee). Required by the end of semester. Appointment of the doctoral student mentor. Required by the end of semester. Spring semester: Nine semester hours. Degree plan completed. Required by the end of semester. Qualifying examination. Required by the end of the semester. Summer semester: Six semester hours. Second year of studies Fall semester: Nine semester hours. Spring semester: Nine semester hours. Summer semester: Six semester hours. Third year of studies During the third year of studies: Oral defense of the dissertation proposal. Suggested. Fall semester: Nine semester hours. Comprehensive examination. Required. Spring semester: Nine semester hours. Summer semester: Six semester hours. Fourth year of studies During the fourth year of studies: Oral defense of the dissertation. Suggested. Fall semester: Nine semester hours. Spring semester: Nine semester hours. Summer semester: Six semester hours. The Dissertation must be completed within four years of the comprehensive examination (college policy), and a student who fails to successfully defend a dissertation within six years of entering the program must retake the comprehensive examinations (college policy). Required Examinations Qualifying Examination The purpose of the qualifying examination is to determine whether the student has achieved acceptable mastery of the Supply Chain Management field in order to continue in the program. Each student has to complete a qualifying examination by the end of the first Spring semester of their studies. SCM faculty will assign the materials, design the qualifying examination questions and grade the questions. The examination is graded as a “pass” or a “fail”. Failing the qualifying examination terminates the student's eligibility to continue in the program. Comprehensive Examination The purpose of the Comprehensive examination is to determine if the student has achieved acceptable mastery of the Supply Chain Management field in order to successfully complete a doctoral degree in this program. The comprehensive examination has a written and oral component. Each student must complete the comprehensive examination by the end of the Fall semester of the third year of studies after completing the coursework specified in their degree plan (as specified by the College Ph.D. policies). SCM faculty will assign the materials, design the comprehensive examination questions and grade the questions. The examinations are graded as a “pass” or a “fail” and the student will be notified within the timeline specified by the College Ph.D. policies. If the student has failed either the written or the oral part of the comprehensive examination, they have the right to retake it within six months of the notification. Only one reexamination is allowed. Annual Review Consistent with Bauer Guidelines, each candidate will be formally evaluated on an annual basis. This evaluation will encompass the following aspects of the students' performance: Performance in coursework. Performance as a teaching/research assistant. Performance in research and participation in the DISC related research seminar series Progress toward completion of degree. Form of the Evaluation The evaluation will be conducted by the SCM Ph.D. coordinator with input from SCM faculty. After considering all relevant information including, but not limited to, that provided by the chairperson of that candidate's Advisory Committee or Dissertation Committee and the student's faculty research or teaching mentors, one of four recommendations will be made to the Associate Dean for Academic and Research Programs: The candidate's progress is satisfactory in all regards, and the candidate should be retained in the program. The candidate's progress is unsatisfactory in some regards, and the candidate should be carefully counseled and monitored to eliminate these deficiencies. The candidate's progress is unsatisfactory and gives cause for serious concern, and the candidate should be placed on probation with a specified time for correcting the noted deficiencies. The candidate's progress does not warrant continuation in the program and the candidate should be dismissed from the program. Written copies of the evaluation will be transmitted to the candidate, the chairperson of that candidate's Advisory Committee or Dissertation Committee, and the Associate Dean for Academic and Research Programs. Dismissal from Program In the event that the recommendation is dismissal from the program, a majority vote by the tenure-track faculty in the SCM area is required. Consistent with Bauer Guidelines, the action of dismissing a candidate from doctoral program is the responsibility of the Associate Dean for Academic and Research Programs.
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