Christian Koch of KAM South in Atlanta, GA has been accepted into the DBA Program at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
The Executive Doctorate of Business Administration is an exclusive 3-year program for senior-level executives to complete a terminal doctorate degree. Koch’s acceptance into the highly-competitive program was based on his solid academic background, his teaching and publishing experience, and his overall extensive financial and business experience.
What makes Robinson’s Executive Doctorate in Business so special?
A curriculum for leaders
Curriculum addresses the need for leaders to possess interdisciplinary knowledge; the ability to think in global terms; and the acumen to design systems that shape and respond to worldwide and societal trends. We balance leadership development, executive decision-making, emerging markets, and analytics to develop evidence-based management capability.
Click with your cohort
Program participants are senior-level executives with years of experience in a variety of organizations from around the nation and world. All participants share skills and knowledge as they work on group projects and meet face-to-face at the program’s four, three-day residencies each semester. Learn more about the Executive Doctorate in Business student experience »
Research on another level
Emphasis on studying research methodology allows participants to apply relevant knowledge and research skills to solving high-level business problems in their companies or industries. With the guidance of a faculty advisor, all participants will write and defend a dissertation.
KAM South offers fee-only financial advice for Investment Management, Retirement, Financial Planning and Tax Strategies. Christian Koch, CFP®, CPWA®, CDFA™, RICP® is a Certified Financial Planner™ Professional; a member of the Harvard Business School Club of Atlanta, Ed Slott’s Master Elite IRA Advisor Group, and the MD Preferred Medical Professional Network; and is a Five Star Professional Wealth Manager.