Christian Koch Accepted into Prestigious Doctoral Program

USF MUMA and Christian Koch KAM South

Christian Koch of KAM South in Atlanta, GA has been accepted into the Doctor of Business Administration Program at the prestigious University of South Florida’s MUMA College of Business

The Doctor 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.

MUMA’s Executive Doctorate in Business

Designed around the needs of working executives, candidates will learn how to apply advanced research methods to business decision-making. Classes that meet ten Friday/Saturday weekends each year, flexible dissertation options and an interdisciplinary philosophy make this the obvious choice for senior professionals seeking an AACSB-accredited doctorate.

The USF Doctor of Business Administration degree is a three-year program that meets 10 weeks per year. Students move through the program as a cohort, taking the same classes, which can vary from cohort to cohort. The first two years of the program are predominantly course work. The final year is focused on the candidate’s dissertation requirement.

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, and the MD Preferred Medical Professional Network; and is a Five Star Professional Wealth Manager.