Publishing Tutorials

[doctorate in business]
Publishing Tutorial Descriptions
Supervising Original Research 

All students register for these seminars in successive autumn and spring semesters in either their second or third year of the program. You must satisfactorily complete these seminars by the end of your third year in the program.

Publishing Tutorial 1 (DPS 881)

Under the supervision of a qualified faculty member, a student prepares a paper with their joint authorship and submits it to an academic conference. The paper should include hypotheses grounded in theory and supported by empirical data. Joint authorship requires frequent communications. As primary author, the student must serve as principal investigator and complete all of the substantive work for the paper. As secondary author, the faculty member must serve as a guide and advisor to assure the student is moving in productive directions and progressing at an appropriate pace.

Publishing Tutorial 2 (DPS 882)

Under the supervision of a qualified faculty member, a student prepares a paper, which extends the topic of the paper prepared for DPS 881, with their joint authorship and submits it to a refereed journal. The paper must include hypotheses grounded in theory and supported by empirical data. Joint authorship requires frequent communications. As primary author, the student must serve as principal investigator and complete all of the substantive work for the paper. As secondary author, the faculty member must serve as a guide and advisor to assure the student is moving in productive directions and progressing at an appropriate pace.

Comprehensive Curriculum