The Dissertation Process in Obtaining Philosopher Doctorate in Business Administration
Enoch Osei

This paper discuses the dissertation process of obtaining a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) of Accounting. The paper list the general steps that are required in any rigorous PHD process. Many students that are contemplating obtaining a Ph.D. degree are unaware of the rigorous processes that are involved. The decision to obtain a doctoral degree is made for varied reasons such as aspirations, work advancement and increased wages. The decision to undertake a doctoral degree is tedious task that requires one to evaluate several activities such as tuition cost, support from relatives, the time required to complete the degree process and the choice in foregoing certain routine activities. The process requires a lot of strength and discipline to be successful. Statistics show that only 50% of doctoral candidate actually complete their dissertation process.

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