The program will have theoretical and methodological rigor that is designed to position it among the 10 best entrepreneurship programs in the world. Students will complete two sequences of courses, one dealing with existing research in the areas of entrepreneurship and innovation and a second dealing with research methodologies. Through these courses, students will develop a solid grounding in the entrepreneurship and innovation literatures.
Brian S. Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Global Entrepreneurship
The Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program is housed in UMKC’s School of Graduate Studies. Complete information about the IPh.D. program in Public Affairs and Administration can be found in the UMKC catalog.
Arif Ahmed, PhD
Associate Professor of Health Administration