The Doctoral Program in Management Science was established in 2006 based on decree number 766/SP/2006. This program focuses on research creating management theories and knowledge relevant to business practices and focuses on real organizational phenomena from a multidisciplinary perspective.

The Doctor of Management Science Program Study is a full-time degree program that officially begins in September. It offers specializations or concentrations in financial management, human resource management, and strategic management. The concentration courses provide conceptual and theoretical foundations.

This study program is accredited B by the National Accreditation Organization for Higher Education or BAN-PT with decree number SK 0692.

Become the innovation barometer of management system in the multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary management at the national, regional, and international levels.

Contribute to the development of science, technology, and arts through three pillars of higher education at the Doctoral program in Management and support the development in Indonesian and the global community.

The graduates are expected to pursue a career in academic, business institutions, or government agencies relevant to researchers, consultant, educators, and managers. Some project managers are self-employed and become entrepreneurs.

  • Able to develop new knowledge about the values, principles, theories, and concepts of Micromanagement Science, meso and macro, to produce quality processes and organizational management results to be effective, efficient, and productive through interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches;
  • Able to develop his scientific or professional practice through research to produce creative, original, and proven work in the field of Management Science;
  • Able to solve related science, technology, and or art problems in the field of management science based on management theory, literacy, information technology through scientific methods with interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches that internalize academic values, norms, and ethics;
  • Able to develop innovative new theories by applying concepts and principles in management science by utilizing science oriented towards improving the quality of organizational management that can produce superior human resources
  • Able to manage, lead and develop research and development that is beneficial for the science of Management Science and human benefit, and able to gain national and international recognition

1. General Subjects

Code Course Credit
99009113 Advanced Philosophy 3 credits
99009123 Advanced Research Methodology 3 credits
99009133 Advanced Statistics 3 credits
99009143 Indexed Scientific Article Writing 3 credits

 

2. Expertise Subjects 

Code Course Credit
Financial Management Concentration
99179113 Corporate Financial Theory 3 credits
99179123 Human Capital Management 3 credits
99179133 Change and knowledge management 3 credits
99179143 Empirical Models In Human Resources Management 3 credits
 99179153 Seminars On Contemporary Issues In Human Resources Management  3 credits
Human Resource Management Concentration
99179413 Human Resource Management Theory 3 credits
99179423 Human Capital Management 3 credits
99179433 Change and knowledge management 3 credits
99179443 Empirical Models In Human Resources Management 3 credits
 99179453 Seminars on Contemporary Issues In Human Resources Management  3 credits
Strategic Management Concentration
99179513 Strategic Process and Decision Making. 3 credits
99179523 Strategic Leadership 3 credits
99179533 Cognition in Strategic Management 3 credits
99179543 Empirical Models In Strategic Management 3 credits
99179553 Seminars on Contemporary Issues In Strategic Management 3 credits
99179563 New Orientation in Pedagogy 3 credits
99179193 Management Sciences Colloquium 3 credits

 

3. Elective Subjects

Code Course Credit
Human Resource Management Concentration
99179413 Performance Management 3 credits
99179423 Cross-Cultural HR Management 3 credits
99179433 Strategic Management for MSDM 3 credits
Financial Management Concentration
99179473 International Finance 3 credits
99179483 Financial Technology 3 credits
99179493 Seminar on Asset Pricing 3 credits
Strategic Management Concentration
99179443 Seminar on Competitive Dynamics 3 credits
99179453 Entrepreneurship Seminar 3 credits
99179463 Start-Up, Merger, and Acquisition. 3 credits
Choose 1 (one) course of the preferred courses available in each concentration

 

4. Matriculation 

Code Course Credit
99179013 Micro and Macro Economics 3 credits
99179023 Business and Management 3 credits

 

5. Dissertation

Code Course Credit
99009917 Dissertation 15 credits