A Doctor of Philosophy degree, short Ph.D is an advanced academic degree earned in various fields, signifying major interests and accomplishments in research.
The study of retail management is designed to teach students how oversight works within a retail context. Topics covered in one of these programs can include employee management, customer relations, inventory control, buying strategies, or sales principles.
For those who imagine themselves as university professors sharing their passion for Consumer, Apparel and Retail studies with future students, a Ph.D. in the field is an
Ph.D. in Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies
For those who imagine themselves as university professors sharing their passion for Consumer, Apparel, and Retail studies with future students, a Ph.D. in the field is an outstanding course of study to pursue. By delving deep into exciting topics ranging from marketing to consumer behavior, you will gain an expert’s understanding of the industry and how to apply your knowledge for success in the field.
The CARS graduate program of study leading to the doctor of philosophy degree requires a minimum of 60 hours (90 beyond the BS) and the completion of a dissertation.
Sample doctoral courses include:
CRS 712: Theory Development in Consumer, Apparel and Retail Studies Examination of business-related marketing theories. Analysis of marketing theories, models, and conceptual frameworks. Includes business-to-business, consumer, customer relationship and economic theories....