For specific information about this Degree Program go to: http://http://business.utsa.edu/phd/acc/index.aspx.
All data is preliminary and is subject to change.
|1||Number of Degrees Per Year||3 (average, 2010-2012)|
|3||Average Time to Degree||5 Years (average, 2010-2012)|
|4||Graduate Employment Profile (one year after graduation)||
Admission Requirements. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. The Doctoral Studies Committee in the major areas will evaluate applicants to the Ph.D. program based on several factors, including academic achievement, standardized test scores, employment history, a personal statement, letters of recommendation, and possibly an interview. All applicants must submit the following material for evaluation:
Candidates who do not possess a baccalaureate or master’s degree in a business or business-related discipline with sufficient quantitative rigor are required to complete a program consisting of a minimum of 87 semester credit hours. The Doctoral Studies Committee for the major area discipline will determine a degree program for each candidate based upon that candidate’s particular background. Candidates whose backgrounds are determined to be insufficient in specific areas may be directed to take additional background or leveling courses (See sections A, B, and C of the Program of Study) before proceeding to the program’s required courses. Candidates who enter the program with the appropriate prior graduate coursework may be waived from some or all of the background requirements (sections A, B, and C).
For more details, see http://business.utsa.edu/phd/phd_ba_admissions.aspx
|6||Percentage Full-time Students (FTS) with Financial Support||100%|
|7||Average Financial Support Provided||$22,475|
|8||Student‐Core Faculty Ratio||1.8|
|9||Core Faculty Publications||
|10||Core Faculty External Grants||
|11||Percentage Full-Time Students||70%|
|12||Number of Core Faculty||8|
|13||Faculty Teaching Load||13|
|16||Date of Last External Review||Spring 2012|
|17||External Program Accreditation||The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB)|