The PhD program in Business Administration at DeGroote offers students the opportunity to study and conduct leading-edge research with some of the top researchers in their fields. Students develop the theoretical and methodological expertise required to create original research that makes a significant impact on the business community.

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Information Systems

In the IS stream, students study the management, use and impact of information technologies in organizations. It is a multidisciplinary field and draws on theory and research from a wide variety of disciplines such as:

  • Organizational behaviour
  • Strategy
  • Marketing
  • Psychology
  • Computer science
  • Information studies

The field is broad, and students are free to adopt either qualitative or quantitative approaches to their research.

The program is intended for students with a strong background and interest in information technology. Students should have an avid interest in the managerial and behavioural aspects of the field, as opposed to the technical aspects. Successful applicants typically have a master’s degree in one of these fields:

  • Business administration
  • Computer science
  • Information systems

Required Courses

  • B790 – Seminar on Management Theory
  • Three PhD seminar courses:
    • B793 – Applied Multivariate Statistics
    • B794 – Research Methods and Design
    • K797 –¬†Independent Research Study
  • Two PhD Information Systems courses, chosen from:
    • K778 – Selected Topics in Information Systems I
    • K779 – Selected Topics in Information Systems II
    • K791 – Knowledge Management Systems
    • K792 – Security, Privacy and Trust in eBusiness
    • K793 – Mobile Commerce and Social Networks
    • K794 – Advances in Information Systems Research
    • K795 –¬†Qualitative Methods in Information Systems Research

 

Our Students

Mona Nasery

Information Systems
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Our Faculty

Anwar Haque

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Information Systems

Norm Archer

Professor Emeritus/Special Advisor
Information Systems

Nicole Wagner

Assistant Professor
Information Systems
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Recent Grads

Dr. Shan Wang

Graduated June 2004
Thesis Title: Buyer-Supplier Relationships and the Adoption of Business-to Business Electronic Marketplaces. Supervisor: Dr. Norm Archer
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