全日制普通班博士项目介绍

全日制普通班博士项目介绍

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招生专业管理哲学博士(Ph.D. in Management)

学制设置:标准学制三年,弹性学制最长六年

授课语言:中文授课(有英语要求)

上课时间:全日制在读

学历性质:全日制研究生学历

入学时间:每年1月和8月

入学语言要求:通过我办事处申请无入学雅思/托福门槛要求

申请截止时间:入学日期前三个月截止

限招人数: 面向全球 24人/年

毕业条件:通过QE综合考试,英语要求达标,论文答辩通过并发表(国际核心期刊)。

毕业学历:符合毕业条件的同学的将被授予由泰国国立发展管理学院颁发的管理学博士学位(中国教育部承认学历)

学费标准 :650,000泰铢,三年内分9次缴纳。

服务模式:可选一般申请模式或全程管理服务模式(服务费另收)。

申请条件:国内应往届取得本科学历学位及硕士学历学位的同学及在职人员

申请材料:报名后我办事处会将详细申请材料清单发给申请者


NIDA Ph.D.博士项目简介

管理学博士学位项目希望培养学生们在理论和研究方法上的思辨能力,以便使他们能够理解重要的社会及组织上的问题,开发出可行的解决方案,并为全球管理学领域内的学者们贡献新的知识。学生们将被培养成为学者,学术研究者和专业人士,寻求在大学,研究机构和公共机构,以及工业与商业组织的职业生涯。


预期的学习成果:

1. 学生应该能够批判性地运用理论,方法和知识来解决他们主要学习领域的基本问题。

2. 学生应该能够与诚信和专业的不同背景的人进行富有成效的互动。

3. 学生应该能够在该学科或跨学科或创造性项目中进行重要的研究。

4. 学生应该展示口头和书面沟通技巧,足以在他们的研究领域发表和展示作品。

5. 学生应该能够在管理研究学科中运用技能和知识,使学术界和社区受益。


学分设置:

课程性质

学分

核心课程

12 学分

研究方法课程

9 学分

博士论文

36 学分

总计

57 学分


课程设置:

核心课程旨在为学生提供理论知识,概念和工具来分析管理问题。开设核心课程的时间表将由ICO NIDA进行最终安排,学生必须从以下的核心课程中注册至少12学分(4门课程):

DM8001管理学理论

DM8002管理经济学理论

DM8003人力资本管理理论

DM8004战略管理研讨会

DM8005国际管理研讨会

DM8006公共政策理论与管理

DM8007发展管理研讨会


博士学位项目研究方法课程

DM8101高级管理研究方法

DM8102管理学的定量研究方法

DM8103管理学的定性研究方法


博士学位论文

DM 9900 论文

所有博士学位候选人必须要选NIDA国际学院的全职或者访问教授做导师。该导师将负责论文的主要审阅工作。论文答辩需要至少提前一周公开宣布答辩时间,地点,并且须向大学的所有学生群体开放。答辩委员会至少要由三人组成,并且论文委员会由项目委员会来任命。外部委员可以是来NIDA的其它学院或非NIDA人员,但是该委员必须是在同一领域内具有一定学术成果的人。


毕业条件中的英要求:(四种学习方式可以选择):

A、入学正式注册学籍第一个学期结束前提交雅思 6.0 成绩;

B、入校后参加校内托福 ITP 考试,成绩要求 550 分,须在入学注册第一个学期结束前达标;

如果之前两项不能达标,则需要上英语课程。

C、选修英语课程 LC6000 及 LC4003 通过后,可以先行申请注册 QE 考试,毕业前须达成校内托福(ITP)500 分目标,LC课程18000泰铢/门。

D、选修英语课程 LC6000 及 LC4003 通过后,可以先行申请注册 QE 考试。通过LC两门英语课后校内托福未达到500分或者不想考雅思或者校内托福的同学,可以继续选择两门英语课程(Intensive English I   和Intensive English II 12500泰铢/门)上完并通过,即可达标。

注意:英语课程 LC6000 不能通过者须选修 LC6001,通过 LC6001 后才可以上 LC4003;若LC4003 未能通过,须选修 LC4002,通过 LC4002 后可以申请注册 QE 考试。


建议:

1)英语水平好的同学直接选择 A or B

2) 英语水平有待提高的同学选择 C or D


备注:

1)ITP 考试时间为每个月第一周周三上午;

2)英语免考或免修的要求:硕士学位(五年内)为英语攻读项目且GPA3.5以上,本科学位不限专业、语言及时间但GPA2.75以上。


Ph.D. Program

Program Philosophy

It has been long recognized that a country’s economic and social stability is the foundation of sustainable development. The economy of a country must be stable and have sufficient immunity to withstand the volatility of the global economy. Attention must also be paid to the linkages between the domestic and the international economies to ensure a country’s competitiveness. Interestingly, it has been found that higher education is a prominent factor in determining a country’s competitiveness. Higher education does so by training competent scholars, conducting research, and providing various services to the surrounding community. The National Institute of Development Administration has made long-term contributions to Thailand’s competitiveness. The Institute also recognizes that the traditional education system is inadequate for the country’s future competitiveness.


This Doctor of Philosophy in Management program seeks to develop theoretical and methodological sophistication among its graduates so that they can understand important social and organizational problems, develop viable solutions, and contribute new knowledge to the global community of scholars in the field of management. Students are prepared to be scholars, academics, and professionals that aim to pursue careers in colleges and universities, research institutes, and public agencies, as well as industrial and business organizations.


The term “management” covers a variety of activities in directing people to accomplish desired objectives by utilizing available resources efficiently and effectively. Management encompasses those functions relating to planning, organizing, staffing, leading or directing, and controlling an organization for the purpose in accomplishing common goals or objectives. Thus the Program covers diverse disciplines relating to management in the business and public sectors.
Coursework for the Ph.D. in Management ICO NIDA consists of a combination of practical learning of management theories and practices and exposure to various fields of concentration, as well as research methodology courses to prepare students for their dissertations.


Teaching methods include lectures by professors, teachers, and administrators, in-class workshops, case studies analyses, web-based learning and learning through different modes of multimedia, learning through experimentation and hands-on work, and participation in various other activities.


After completing coursework and training in research methodology, students will take a Ph.D. dissertation proposal examination, research and write the Ph.D. dissertation, and take the Ph.D. oral examination. The dissertation must be published or at least in the process of getting acceptance to be published in a journal or an academic publication that is peer reviewed prior to publication and is recognized in that field of study.

Expected Learning Outcomes

  1. The students should be able to critically apply theories, methodologies, and knowledge to address fundamental questions in their primary area of study.

  2. The students should be able to interact productively with people from diverse backgrounds with integrity and professionalism.

  3. The students should be able to pursue research of significance in the discipline or an interdisciplinary or creative project.

  4. The students should demonstrate skills in oral and written communication sufficient to publish and present work in their field of study/research.

  5. The students should be able to apply skills and knowledge in their discipline of research in management to benefit the academy and community at large


Program Structure

Plan 1 (1.1) Total credits for the Ph.D. program for an applicant with an MS/MA are 48 credits including basic courses with no credit counted toward the doctoral degree (optional), and 48 credits for the dissertation.


Plan 2 (2.1) Total credits for the Ph.D. program for an applicant with an MS/MA are 57 credits including, 12 credits for core courses, 9 credits for research methodology, and 36 credits for the dissertation.


Plan 2 (2.2) Total credits for the Ph.D. program for an applicant with a BS/BA are 78 credits including 9 credits for basic courses, 12 credits for core courses, 9 credits for research methodology, and 48 credits for the dissertation.



Program Structure or Components

Courses

Plan 1 (1.1)

Plan 2 (2.1)

Plan 2 (2.2)

A. Remedial Courses

Non Credit

Non Credit

20 Hours Non Credit

B. Basic Courses

9 Credits

C. Core Courses

12 Credits

12 Credits

D. Elective Courses

9 Credits

9 Credits

E. Dissertation

48 Credits

36 Credits

48 Credits

F. Qualifying Examination

Required

Required

Required

Total

48 Credits

36 Credits

78 Credits

Students enrolled in Plan 1 (1.1) and Plan 2 (2.1) can be requested by the committee to enroll in other courses provided by ICO NIDA or by other schools in NIDA.
Students who cannot pass all requirements of Plan 2 (2.2) and are unable to graduate with a doctoral degree but who would like to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Management have to meet the Master’s Degree requirements for 36 credits of coursework, which include 12 credits of core courses, 9 credits of research courses, and 3 credits for an elective course that can be selected from the courses offered by the Doctor of Philosophy Program in Management (International Program) and approved by the Program Committee, and 3 credits of independent study. They must also pass the qualifying and comprehensive oral examination


Course Structure

1. Remedial Courses (Non-Credit)

Remedial courses are non-credit and course grades will not be included in GPA calculation. Students without the background in areas specified by ICO NIDA must enroll in the following remedial courses: LC 4003 Advanced Integrated English Language Skills Development 3 Credits LC 6000 Advanced Reading and Writing in English for Graduate Studies

Remarks:
1)Conditions for enrolling in English for Graduates courses are in lieu of the criteria set by the School of Language and Communication.
2) Exemptions from any remedial courses are subject to ICO NIDA’s requirements.


2. Basic Courses–9 Credits for Plan 2(2.2)

DM6000 Management Theory and Practices

3 Credits

DM6001 Organization and Human Resource Management

3 Credits

DM6002 Strategic Planning and Risk Management

3 Credits

DM6003 Managerial Information Technology

3 Credits

DM6004 ASEAN Studies

3 Credits

DM6005 Governance, Ethics, and Sustainable Development

3 Credits

DM6006 Economics for Management

3 Credits

Remarks: The availability of basic courses is subject to ICO NIDA’s scheduling.



3. Core Courses–12 Credits for Plan 2 (2.1) and Plan 2 (2.2)

Core courses aim to provide students with theoretical knowledge, concepts, and tools to analyze management problems. The schedule for opening core courses will be subject to final arrangement by ICO NIDA. Students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) from the following core courses:

DM8001 Advanced Theory of Management

3 Credits

DM8002 Microeconomic Theory for Management

3 Credits

DM8003 Theory of Human Capital Management

3 Credits

DM8004 Strategic Management and Decision Making

3 Credits

DM8005 Seminar in International Management

3 Credits

DM8006 Public Policy Theory and Management

3 Credits

DM8007 Seminar in Management for Development

3 Credits

Remarks: The availability of basic courses is subject to ICO NIDA’s scheduling.


4. Research Course–9 Credits for Plan 2 (2.1) and Plan 2 (2.2)

DM8101 Advanced Research Methods in Management

3 Credits

DM8102 Quantitative Research Methods in Management

3 Credits

DM8103 Qualitative Research Methods in Management

3 Credits


5. Dissertation

DM9900 Dissertation (Plan 2 (2.1))

36 Credits

DM9900 Dissertation (Plan 1 (1.1) and Plan 2 (2.2))

48 Credits


6. Qualifying Examinatio





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