Graduate Program

M.Sc.&Ph.D. in Business Administration & Accounting & Business Informatcs

HUBS offers both MS and Ph.D. degrees in Business Administration, Accounting, and Business Informatics for students who seek to enhance their theoretical knowledge and pursue academic careers. The purpose of both programs is to foster researchers who are able to conduct rigorous scientific studies which ought to be published in major academic journals worldwide. Accordingly, the students' education and training involves research methodology courses in addition to their core courses. 

As professors at HUBS actively engage in research, students can participate in various projects and even receive research grants from the government and/or corporations. After graduation, the students have a number of options from which
to choose, including remaining in academia, pursuing a career in various organizations, and/or starting their own business ventures. 

Although most graduate seminars in the MS/Ph.D. program are conducted in Korean, there are also courses offered in English. Thus, foreign students who lack Korean proficiency can still pursue their MS/Ph.D. degrees at HUBS. However, these students should consult with their academic advisor before planning their coursework and thesis/dissertation.

Program Overview

Program Overview
Programs - Business Administration (M.Sc.)
- Accounting (M.Sc.)
- Business Informatics (M.Sc.)
- Finance
- Business Administration (Ph.D.)
- Accounting (Ph.D.)
- Business Informatics (Ph.D.)
Degrees Master of Science (Business Administration/ Accounting/ Business Informatics) Doctor of Philosophy (Business Administration/ Accounting/ Business Informatics)
Language Korean Korean
Prospective students University graduates (BBA) University graduates (M.Sc.)
Degree requirements 26 credits (9 courses), Comprehensive Exam, Thesis 37 credits (13 courses), Comprehensive Exam, Thesis
Program duration 2 years (4 semesters) min. 2 years (4 semesters)
Special features Advanced courses on research methodology
Wide range of scholarships
Advanced courses on research methodology
Participation in research projects
Wide range of scholarships