Administration Science Doctoral Program Course Structure - Semester 2


Course Structure

This course provides students with knowledge, skills and abilities about the importance of thinking and acting strategically in running a business, which includes the concept and scope of agribusiness strategy and policy, the strategy formulation process which begins with the process of identifying strategic issues in the external environment (macro environment). and industry competitive environment) as well as the company's internal environment, various forms of strategic choice, analysis of the formulation of strategic alternatives and the process of evaluating strategic alternatives.

Studying the phenomenon of human behavior in its interactions in the context of the work environment is the core of the Industrial and Organizational Psychology course. At the end of the lecture, students are expected to be able to carry out analyzes based on things such as motivation, interpersonal communication, teamwork, leadership, organizational commitment, job analysis, preparing job descriptions, stress management and various strategies for balancing personal life and work life. This is applied, among other things, in presentations and preparation of papers in the form of individual and group assignments prepared by taking field data.

This course is a continuation of marketing theory related to contemporary issues. Emphasis is placed on providing in-depth knowledge of key topics and students are expected to be able to critically evaluate contemporary marketing issues in the field. This course is designed to provide an overview of current knowledge in the fields of strategy, marketing management and consumer behavior. This course is also aimed at the ability to identify, review, evaluate and criticize various topics in marketing strategy and management.

This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the basic concepts of information technology governance and internal control that need to be considered in information technology governance. Students are expected to be able to understand the importance of alignment between the goals of implementing information technology and organizational goals and assess the risks that occur in managing information technology. The standard framework commonly used by experts is also important for students to learn, which can later be used as a reference in information technology management and as a research reference in the field of Information Technology Governance and Information Systems and their use.

There are several financial management policies: funding policy, investment policy, and dividend policy. The main goal of financial management is to maximize company welfare, so the main focus of Financial Theory and Decision Making is how to study, create, increase and maintain company value.