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SKEMA Business School
PhD in Strategy, Programme and Project Management.
The primary goal of the programme is to provide solid foundationsand competencies for participants´ future in general management. The programme relies on SKEMA´s strong commitment in international organisations, professional bodies andresearch in project, programme and portfolio management. It is based on standards and bodies of knowledge widely recognized within the profession. It includes, as well, standards coming from state agencies and international organisation.
The PhD programme leads to careers in top management, in consulting, and research and academia.
The doctorate programme in Strategy, Programme and ProjectManagement is characterised by research directed at specific industry issues and concerns.
* The Programme Offers a Unique Process Where These Dimensions Can Be Developed :
* The contents of the modules present all the knowledge and skills to be acquired as well as the personal and behavioural characteristics or functional competencies to be developed;
* The teaching strategies mix aspects oflecturing, conference participation, discussions, group dynamics, confrontations, participative methods, presentations, simulations, case studies, projects, peer review and integrated business practices;
* Work on the research project contributes to developing and to improving trans-competencies, personal and behavioural competencies, ethics and values, professional experience and individualperformance.
The thesis integrates these dimensions and demonstrates the students' capacity to learn, adopt and adapt.
Career opportunities Positions held are highly regarded in terms of the duties performed and in the sector of activity. Some examples include: Senior Executive Positions, Academic, and Consultancy.

The Executive PhD in Project and Programme Management is divided into two partsand can be studied over a minimum of 6 semesters (3 years)
During Part 1 there are 6 compulsory research methods courses: 
* Thesis Management - Wrinting for Success
* Qualitative and Mixed Research Methods
* Quantitative Research Methods
* Data Analysis and Interpretation
* Case Study Research
* Systems Modelling and the 9 Schools of Project Management
 Assessed elements
In Part 1 there are 5 compulsory elements of work : 
* A critique of a PhD thesis in a topic area similar to the one you wish to study
* A critique of a PhD thesis using a methodology similar to the one you propose
* A working paper summarising the findings from your preliminary literature search
* Your research proposal
* The defence of your research proposalbefore a jury
* In order to be able to progress to Part 2 you must score a weighted average score of 60% on the 5 assessed elements of work.
Research Competence Development Programme * Epistemology (EPIS)
* Quantitative Research Methodology (RM Quant)
* Research Techniques (RT1)
* Research Techniques (RT2)
* Qualitative and Mixed Research Methods (RM Qual)
* Thesis Management (WRP)Research Supporting courses (InPidual reflective learning) * Getting started: research design and project set-up
* Choosing a suitable data collection methods for my research question
* Methods in data analysis - Surveys & case studies
* Methods in data analysis - Statistics & data analysis
* How to get my research into the journals
* Publishing my own papers - how to deal withreviewers

Research * Thesis (lecture & workshops)

Advanced Project Management programme (Electives) * Strategic Project Analysis & Management (SPA)
* Project Portfolio and Programme Management (3PM)
* Managing Organizations by Projects (MOBP)
* Project Performance Assessment (PPA)
* Simulation: System Thinking, Soft Systems Modelling, PMIS
* Systems Dynamics
* Managing Project...
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