Ph.D. in Business Administration

Overview

  • The UT Arlington College of Business has offered the Ph.D. in Business Administration degree for more than 20 years.
  • The college has graduated over 200 doctoral students.
  • The college offers high-quality, academically rigorous doctoral programs that prepare students to conduct relevant research on a wide variety of business issues.
  • All UT Arlington business programs, including the Ph.D. in Business Administration, are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB accreditation provides many benefits to the faculty and staff at its accredited schools by attracting higher quality students, providing greater research opportunities, and allowing for global recognition.
  • UT Arlington is classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a "Doctoral/Research University—Highest Research Activity (R1)." College of Business faculty members are active researchers, and many are internationally recognized for their scholarly achievements.
  • The DFW area has a population of around 5 million and is home to many Fortune 500 company headquarters. This fertile business environment provides many opportunities to work closely with companies on important business problems and research topics.


Degrees



Accounting Major Field of Study: Overview

The Ph.D. in Business Administration degree with a major field in accounting, is designed for students pursuing careers as college or university professors, or careers in business or government which require an understanding of accounting and related research matters. This is a full-time program, focusing on academic research in accounting and the tools and methodologies necessary to do independent academic research.

The information below clarifies the requirements and coursework specific to students choosing accounting as a major field, and other information relevant to applicants. Please refer to Ph.D. Program Admission Requirements and Ph.D. Application Procedure for additional information about requirements for the Ph.D. in Business Administration that applies to all major fields in the College of Business.

Admission to the program

The accounting program doctoral committee makes all admission decisions. The committee considers all application materials including GMAT scores (total score and scores on individual components), previous degrees earned, institutions attended, grades, work experience, reference letters, and other relevant factors. There are no hard cutoffs for GMAT scores and GPA. However, admitted students typically score at the 80% or better on the GMAT. We do not have conditional admission decisions.

Previous preparation

Students choosing accounting as a major field in the Ph.D. program are expected to have at least 24 hours of accounting credits beyond accounting principles. Those courses are normally completed as part of a formal degree and prior to admission to the doctoral program. Alternatively, the student may complete this coursework after admission to the PhD program. In that case, the time at UTA will likely be extended. Additionally, all students must have working knowledge of linear algebra, statistics, basic regression, and calculus. Confer with Major Field Coordinator for courses and strategies for meeting these requirements.

Milestones

There are important milestones as you progress through the program. The following is a list of some of the most important.

1.  Completion of all coursework

  • Research field seminars (12 hours)
    • Econometrics I
    • Econometrics II
    • Analytical Theory Tools for Accounting Research
    • Approved elective
  • Other required courses (12 hours)
    • Financial Accounting Research, Theory, and Tools
    • Other approved electives (9 hours)
  • Major-field seminars (12 hours)
    • Introduction to Capital Markets Research
    • Information Economics and Game Theory in Accounting Research
    • Advanced Capital Markets Research
    • Contracting and Control in Organizations
Note that all coursework must be approved by the Major Field Coordinator.

2.  Other major milestones
  • Completion of independent research (first year paper)
  • Presentation of your first year paper to faculty and Ph.D. students
  • Completion of independent research (second year paper)
  • Presentation of your second year paper to faculty and Ph.D. students
  • Written and oral comprehensive exams in major-field seminars
  • Written qualifying exam in research field (if required)
3.  Dissertation-related milestones
  • Complete and defend dissertation proposal
  • Complete and defend dissertation

Research support

The College of Business and the Department of Accounting provide research support for our doctoral students. For example:
  • Full access to a wide variety of research databases including Compustat, CRSP, Audit Analytics, Executive Compensation, Corporate Library, I/B/E/S (analyst forecasts), and many others. Software packages for data analyses (e.g., SAS, SPSS, etc.) are also readily available.
  • Full access to SSRN databases
  • Travel support for students who (1) present papers in AAA and other research conferences and/or (2) attend AAA doctoral consortiums.
  • Students also participate in the annual Lone Star Accounting conference. One Ph.D. student from UTA will be picked annually to present a research paper at the doctoral consortium that precedes the conference.

Faculty support and student research

The Ph.D. in Business Admiinistration with a major field in accounting at UTA has recently been restructured with updated course work and an enhanced emphasis on research. The first group of students in the restructured program were admitted in Fall 2016 with a requirement to complete first and second year research papers. The research underlying these papers is completed in consultation with a faculty advisor during the summer terms following the completion of the student's first and second academic years in the Ph.D. program. Students and faculty actively interact in research. Faculty often co-author joint research papers with Ph.D. students. Some recent examples of working papers jointly authored by faculty and students are:
  • Founder Control, Opacity and Value Creation in Family Firms, Wei Hsu, Yvonne Lee, Nandu J. Nagarajan, and Bin Srinidhi, presented at the 2017 AAA Annual Meeting in San Diego

  • Overvaluation and Stock Price Crashes: The Effects of Earnings Management, Qunfeng Liao, Ferdinand Gul, Bin Srinidhi, and Chandra Subramaniam

  • Using Pinterest to Stimulate Student Engagement, Interest, and Learning in Managerial Accounting Courses, Amy Holmes and Stephanie Rasmussen

  • Analyst Coverage and Stock Price Crash Risk, Yvonne Lee and Ram Venkataraman

  • Executive Compensation, Corporate Tax Aggressiveness and Financial Reporting Aggressiveness: Evidence from SFAS 123R, Bonnie Albritton and Terry Skantz

  • Enterprise Risk Management Implementation and Board Demographics, Xiaohong Fan and Jennifer Ho, presented at the 2016 AAA Annual Meeting in NYC.

Accounting Field Coordinator

Dr. Terry Skantz
Department of Accounting
Box 19468
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019-0468
Phone: 817-272-3065
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: tskantz@uta.edu

Finance Major Field of Study: Overview

The Department of Finance and Real Estate admits a cohort batch of doctoral students in finance in the fall semester of every alternate year. The size of the batch depends on funding as well as the competitive pool of applicants. The students take predefined coursework in major and supporting fields for approximately two years followed by a written and oral comprehensive examination.

Finance Field Coordinator

Dr. Salil Sarkar
Department of Finance and Real Estate
P.O. Box 19449
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3836
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: sarkar@uta.edu

Information Systems Major Field of Study: Overview

The objective of the Ph.D. degree in Business Administration with a major in Information Systems is to develop scholars with an ability to teach and conduct independent research. The main emphasis in our program is to offer training in scholarly research. This is accomplished through a combination of rigorous coursework and research activities. The coursework provides fundamental knowledge in various areas of information systems, and offers insights into research topics of interest to Information System researchers. It also includes courses on research methodology and data analysis techniques. Students work closely with our world-renowned faculty members on a one-on-one basis on research projects that have wide-ranging implications for the industry and the economy. Students are encouraged to present their research results in conferences and publish their findings in journals. Students have the opportunity to gain teaching experience by independently teaching one or more classes.

We have a highly accomplished faculty that is internationally recognized for its research accomplishments. Their research interests encompass technical, managerial, and organizational issues dealing with the development, deployment, use and impact of information systems in business organizations as well as in the society. Some of the areas of current interest are: cybersecurity, social media, big data and advanced analytics, text and data mining, intelligent information systems, mobile computing and decision making, healthcare IT, IT for development, organizational knowledge management, and others. Please visit our faculty web pages to learn more about the research interests of individual faculty members.

Information Systems Field Coordinator

Dr. Jingguo Wang
Department of Information Systems and
Operations Management
P.O. Box 19437
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3502
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: jwang@uta.edu

Applicants with a degree in information systems, computer science or a related field who aspire to become college professors and researchers are encouraged to apply.

Management Major Field of Study: Overview

A Ph.D. is a research degree. We believe those who receive a Ph.D. from the Management Department should be talented and enthusiastic organizational scholars. They should be able to critically evaluate existing research, translate and disseminate research knowledge to their students and their communities, and conduct their own original research—adding to what we know and what we do in the management discipline. Therefore, students whose major field is management receive considerable research-oriented training.

A primary form of that training occurs in one-to-one working relationships. Ph.D. students are encouraged to work closely with faculty members on current research projects, from which jointly-authored papers are submitted and published in the field. Our faculty is committed to collaborative, collegial student-faculty interactions that often lead to longer-term research partnerships.

We also have high expectations that students will learn from and do well in their coursework. Students should find that their substantive knowledge helps them to apply and crystallize what they learn about methods. Likewise, we expect methods courses to help students make better, more informed conclusions about existing management theory and research.

Finally, we believe that the Ph.D. program should also prepare students to excel in teaching. Although students will probably not be classroom instructors until after their first year of studies, those who will teach during the program will learn how to put together a course syllabus, prepare and deliver lectures, create and grade assignments, construct and evaluate tests, and track student progress.

An applicant who is a non-native speaker of English who wishes to be considered for funding by GTA or Fellowship must submit test scores which include a score on the Speaking section of the TOEFL iBT of at least 23 or a score of at least 7 on the Speaking section of the IELTS, or have a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited University in the United States.

What makes us different?

Our program is student-centered. We realize that the best advertising for a superior Ph.D. program is having exceptional graduates. Our students have won many (inter)national grants, awards, and honors. Many have gone on to take academic positions and earn tenure at diverse institutions around the world.

We keep our program deliberately small—maintaining close to a 1:1 ratio of students to faculty. We allow exceptionally qualified students the opportunity to attend part-time. Once they acquire the skills to do so, Ph.D. students are also encouraged to follow their own research interests rather than be compelled to follow a particular faculty member's.

We also support many of our full-time students with continuing scholarships or assistantships as long as they are making good academic progress. We want to help foster student success in our program and their careers.

We deliver the highest quality scholarly training. Our program is challenging and rigorous; it is also engaging and rewarding. If you're interested and want more specific information, feel free to e-mail the Major Field Coordinator.

Management Field Coordinator

Dr. Myrtle Bell
Department of Management
P.O. Box 19467
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3857
Fax: 817-272-3122
Email: mpbell@uta.edu

Management Sciences Major Field of Study: Overview

The doctoral program in Management Sciences develops scholars in research areas including, but not limited to, behavioral operations, decision science/business statistics, operations management, and supply chain management. Students will be trained both in critical thinking skills to come up with research questions, and also in technical skills to implement research plans. In this area, the relevant technical skills include applied game theory, economics/statistical analysis, experimental economics, stochastic modeling, and operations research style optimization.

Management Sciences Major Core Course Requirements

The study of Management Science focuses on activities necessary to produce and deliver products and services. Of particular importance are decision-making tools, techniques, and concepts that allow operations managers to make better decisions. Topics include behavioral operations, inventory management, healthcare operations, quality control, capacity planning, production planning and control, logistics, supply chain contracting and management.

Six courses (18 hours) to be selected from the following core courses, plus two electives:

  • Introduction to Management Sciences (OPMA 5321)
  • Operations Planning and Control (OPMA 5363)
  • Project Management (OPMA 5364)
  • Quality Management (OPMA 5367)
  • Global Supply Chain Management (OPMA 5368)
  • Logistics Management (OPMA 5369)
  • Seminar in Operations Management (OPMA 6370)
  • Integrated Operations Strategy and Research (OPMA 6371)
  • Research in Operations Management (OPMA 6380)

Four courses (12 hours) in research methods are required. Some typical courses include:

  • Experimental Design
  • Regression
  • ANOVA
  • Multivariate Statistics
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Structural Equation Modeling

Management Science / Operations Management Field Coordinator

Dr. Kay Yut Chen
Department of Information Systems and
Operations Management
P.O. Box 19437
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3556
Fax: 817-272-5801
Email: kychen@uta.edu

Marketing Major Field of Study: Overview

The Ph.D. in Business Administration with a primary field in marketing offers students an opportunity to hone their methodological skills and conceptual knowledge to generate creative research ideas in marketing.

Our faculty specializes in areas as diverse as Consumer Behavior, Personal Selling, Services Marketing and advanced Market Research. Mentoring Ph.D. students is a top priority for the faculty and it is reflected in the numerous research papers that our students have published in recent years.

For the first two years, our students complete coursework in marketing and other related disciplines. This also includes several research methods and statistics courses. In the final two years, students work towards writing their dissertation and on other research projects. But we believe in starting early, and encourage students to initiate research projects even while they are engaged in coursework. We take particular pride in the fact that many of the research publications by our students started as course projects in their early years in the program. This is an outcome of a very close one-to-one working relationship between faculty and students which often continue long after students have graduated.

Besides being accomplished researchers, we believe that successful academicians are also great teachers. Our students get an opportunity to groom their teaching skills while in the program. In recent years, our students have also been successful in gaining tenure-track positions at good universities in the United States and abroad.

Our Ph.D. students are a tight-knit group who engage in many social activities together. Often the faculty also join in.

Marketing FIELD COORDINATOR

Dr. Ritesh Saini
Department of Marketing
P.O. Box 19469
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-0221
Fax: 817-272-2854
Email: saini@uta.edu



Major Field Coordinator



Accounting

Dr. Terry Skantz
Department of Accounting
Box 19468
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019-0468
Phone: 817-272-3065
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: tskantz@uta.edu

Finance

Dr. Salil Sarkar
Department of Finance and Real Estate
P.O. Box 19449
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3836
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: sarkar@uta.edu

Information Systems

Dr. Jingguo Wang
Department of Information Systems and
Operations Management
P.O. Box 19437
a University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3502
Fax: 817-272-5793
Email: jwang@uta.edu

Management

Dr. Myrtle Bell
Department of Management
P.O. Box 19467
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3857
Fax: 817-272-3122
Email: mpbell@uta.edu

Management Science

Dr. Kay Yut Chen
Department of Information Systems and
Operations Management
P.O. Box 19437
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-3556
Fax: 817-272-5801
Email: kychen@uta.edu

Marketing

Dr. Ritesh Saini
Department of Marketing
P.O. Box 19469
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
Phone: 817-272-0221
Fax: 817-272-2854
Email: saini@uta.edu



Admission



Ph.D. Program Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission, an applicant must submit:

  1. The general Office of Graduate Studies online application.
  2. A resume that highlights professional and personal accomplishments, linguistic abilities, computer expertise and leadership experience.
  3. An official score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE).
  4. Official transcripts from undergraduate and master's degrees.
  5. Important Institutional Codes:
    • GMAT Institutional Code 90BFN70
    • GRE Institutional Code 6013
    • TOEFL Graduate School Institutional Code 6013

Criteria used to make admission decisions:


  1. There are no set minimum scores for GMAT or GRE required for admission.
  2. There are no cutoff scores on grade point averages required for admission.
  3. Quantitative measures are evaluated (GMAT or GRE score and grade point averages on undergraduate and master's level work as calculated by the Office of Graduate Studies).
  4. Interviews with prospective students are encouraged and given consideration in the decision process. Prospective students are encouraged to contact their track's major field coordinator to work through the admission process.
  5. The Ph.D. Graduate Studies Committee and the major field coordinator for the student's track in the Ph.D. program give consideration to these and other factors (educational objectives, letters of recommendation, etc.) in the entire applicant's file to arrive at a decision.

How the Admission Decision is Made:


  1. Applicants must be accepted for admission by the departmental Ph.D. committee headed by the Major Field Coordinator. The application deadline is January 15 for the fall semester. However, late applications can be considered for self-funded students.
  2. An applicant is unconditionally admitted when all factors for consideration indicate a very strong potential for academic success as a business doctoral student.
  3. When multiple factors indicate lack of potential, admission will be denied.
  4. Probationary admission is not available for the doctoral program.

University and College Fellowship/Scholarship Awards

Students for whom English is not their native language must achieve a TOEFL iBT of at least 79, with at least a 23 in spoken English if a Graduate Teaching Assistantship is desired. International applicants that score below minimum acceptable levels on the verbal portion of entrance examinations may be admitted under the condition that they pass an English proficiency exam or complete UT Arlington's Graduate English Skills Program prior to beginning graduate course work. For general admission, an official test score must be submitted as proof of English language ability. If an international applicant earned their undergraduate degree from a university in the United States, this requirement is waived.

Doctoral students who are unconditionally admitted, have a minimum undergraduate and graduate grade point average of 3.25 as calculated by the Office of Graduate Studies and enroll for a minimum of nine semester credit hours may be eligible for available fellowship and/or scholarship support. A standardized test score (GMAT or GRE) will not be used as the sole criterion for determining fellowship and/or scholarship eligibility.

Use the following checklist as you complete the application process.

I.  For Office of Graduate Studies:

The following REQUIRED items should be sent DIRECTLY to the Office of Graduate Studies by the application deadline:

(__)2.Application Fee
(__)3.Official transcripts of U.S. or foreign country transcripts or mark sheets and
diplomas from all colleges and universities attended. Photo copies are not acceptable.
(__)4.Official GMAT or GRE score.
(__)5.Official TOEFL or IELTS score. The UTA institution code for the TOEFL is 6013. This is
required of students who are not U.S. citizens. For more information, see Applicant FAQs.
(__)6.Bank Affidavit and Financial Statement required of International Students.
(__)7.Meningitis Vaccination required of students under 30 years of age. Proof of inoculation must be
sent to Magnus Health SMR at service@magnushealthportal.com at least 10 days before the
start of the semester in which you plan to enroll.

II.  For Graduate Business Services:

Graduate Business Services
UT Arlington
Box 19376
Arlington, TX 76019-0376

(__)8.Resume
(__)9.Statement of Purpose describing your academic interests, strengths and limitations;
why you wish to pursue a Ph.D. in the chosen field of study at UTA, and what you hope to
accomplish during your time in the Ph.D. program.
(__)10.Three Letters of Recommendation. Applicants may use actual letters or recommendation forms
(which are available online).

Subsequent Steps:

If admitted to the Ph.D. program, the student will receive a letter from the College of Business instructing the student to contact the appropriate major field coordinator to discuss the chosen degree plan and semester registration.

A doctoral student orientation, "Ph.D. Boot Camp", is scheduled for incoming students the two weeks prior to the beginning of the fall semester. Students will be notified of the exact dates and requirements for this orientation. The Boot Camp will cover topics such as program specifics, teaching and research, professional ethics, and academic integrity. The Boot Camp will also give new students the opportunity to meet and interact with returning Ph.D. students and graduate faculty.

Application Deadlines

Fall Applicants:
January 15 is the early application deadline for Fall applicants. Applicants are encouraged to submit all materials no later than December to ensure that all items have been received and processed prior to January 15.
 
Spring Applicants:
Most fields of study do not accept Spring applicants. Information Systems may accept students for Spring enrollment. Early application deadline for Spring consideration is October 31.
 
Summer Applicants:
We do not accept students for a summer start in the program.
 
Additional Admission Information by Department:

  • The Accounting Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.
  • The Finance Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020.
  • The Information Systems Department will accept applications for Fall 2020.
  • The Management Department will accept applications for Fall 2020.
  • The Management Sciences Department will accept applications for Fall 2020.
  • The Marketing Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020.

Answers to Prospective Ph.D. Student - Frequently Asked Questions



What materials should be submitted as part of my application to the PhD Program?
  • Official GMAT or GRE scores
  • Official TOEFL scores (if an International student)
  • Completed official application and application fee
  • Official transcripts from all previous universities attended
  • 3 letters of recommendation
  • Resume
  • Statement of purpose


  • What is the early application deadline?

    Most fields of study only accept students for a fall semester start. The early application deadline is January 15 of the year in which the applicant wishes to enter the program. It is suggested that all documents be submitted in advance of the deadline as it can take up to a month for the applicant's documents to be processed and their file to actually be received by the College of Business. Some major areas will consider applications after the deadline for self-funded students.



    How do I submit letters of recommendation?

    The Request Recommendation form may be used. It may be submitted electronically to the Ph.D. Programs Coordinator or via postal mail to:

    Samantha Stewart
    Graduate Recruiter
    businessphdquestions@uta.edu
    817-272-3004/3005

    William Wright
    Ph.D. Programs Coordinator
    william.wright@uta.edu


    Do any fields of study accept students for the spring semester?

    Information Systems may do so. Please contact the field coordinator for the particular field to confirm before you apply.



    Do you accept students to begin in the summer semester?

    We do not accept students to begin the Ph.D. program in the summer.



    When will a decision be made about my application?

    Most decisions are made by April. You can contact the Major Field Coordinator for an update on your application status.



    Who evaluates my application?

    Applications are reviewed by a committee of professors from the applicant's chosen field of study.



    Is the applicant required to take the GMAT (or GRE) before they can be accepted into the Ph.D. program?

    Yes, a valid GMAT or GRE score for an exam within the past 5 years is required for admission to the Ph.D. program.



    Is the applicant required to take the TOEFL exam to be accepted into the Ph.D. program?

    If your native language is not English, you must demonstrate a level of skill with the English language to assure success in the Ph.D. program. An official TOEFL or IELTS score is required.



    Is there any way to get an exception to taking the TOEFL exam?

    The only exception is if the non-native speaking applicant has earned their undergraduate degree from an accredited U.S. college or university.



    May an applicant receive a probationary admission decision without a GMAT (or GRE) score, and then take the GMAT after being admitted?

    An applicant may not enter the Ph.D. program on a probationary or provisional admission without the GMAT or GRE.



    I have (5, 10, 15) years of experience in the field. Do I still need to take the GMAT (or GRE)?

    Yes, an official test score must be received before your application can be considered.



    What is the approximate cost to get my Ph.D.?

    Feel free to use the UTA Cost Estimator for an approximate cost.



    What is the duration of the Ph.D. Program?

    Four years is the anticipated full-time timeframe, to earn a Ph.D.

    • Coursework - 2 years
    • Comprehensive exams - 1 year
    • Dissertation writing, Proposal and defense - 1 year


    How do I change the semester I am enrolling?

    Contact the Major Field Coordinator in your area to discuss this.



    Where do I submit my application?
    The application can be completed and submitted online.

    Is funding available?

    Funding in the form of teaching assistantships (TAs) is limited and highly competitive. All teaching assistantships include a stipend. Some TAs allow in-state tuition rates, and others waive tuition. A few College of Business Scholarships are available.



    What may have prevented me from getting admitted?

    The Major Field Coordinator may be able to share information on this. However, common reasons for being denied admission include:

    • Not meeting the application deadline
    • Applying for a semester in which the major field is not accepting students
    • Incomplete application
    • Competitive qualifications of other applicants
    • Combined academic record and test scores not acceptable


    Application Acceptance Policies by Department

    1. Accounting The Accounting Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.
    2. Finance The Finance Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.
    3. Information Systems The Information Systems Department will accept applications for new students for Spring 2020 and Fall 2020. Early application deadline for Spring is October 31, 2020. January 15, 2020 is the early application deadline for Fall 2020 applicants.
    4. Management The Management Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.
    5. Management Science The Management Sciences Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.
    6. Marketing The Marketing Department will accept applications for new students for Fall 2020. The early application deadline is January 15, 2020.

    DOWNLOAD DEGREE PLANS

    Major Field Seminars
    – 12 Hours
    Other Major Field Coursework
    – 12 Hours
    Research Field – 12 Hours
    Dissertation Hours – 18 Hours
    Contact your field coordinator

    Notice

    The business field of study components changed effective Fall 2019. Please check with your advisor if you have questions about which catalog year is more appropriate for you.

    Have questions?

    Contact Us

    Samantha Stewart
    Graduate Recruiter
    businessphdquestions@uta.edu
    817-272-3004/3005

    William Wright
    Ph.D. Programs Coordinator
    william.wright@uta.edu

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