In some cases, as in that of Harvard University, the distinction is solely administrative (Harvard Business School is not authorized to issue ; only the Faculty of Arts and Sciences may do so).  In other cases,the distinction is one of orientation and intended outcomes. The is highly focused on developing theoretical knowledge, while the . emphasizes applied research.    Upon completion, graduates of programs generally migrate to full-time faculty positions in academia, while those of . programs re-emerge in industry as applied researchers or executives. If working full-time in industry, graduates of . and programs often become adjunct professors in top undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The final design incorporates a total of 952 piles to support the arena structure (346 18” dia. Piles and 606 24” dia. piles). The new arena is estimated to cost $477 million, with $255 million of that being funded by the City of Sacramento, it will even include the work of some of the top professional locksmith in the area to help secure the construction accesses from the ground up. The rest of the arena ($222 million) will be funded by the Sacramento Kings. Construction began October 29, 2014 and is planned to be completed by October of 2016.
The Comprehensive Exam is an independent course of study designed not only as a culmination of the student’s doctoral studies, but also as preparation for the student’s advance to candidacy in dissertation research and the writing to follow. The doctoral candidate will be required to call upon the knowledge gathered throughout the preceding courses of doctoral studies as well as utilize such knowledge in the preparation of relevant research questions, formulation of the foundational review of the existing literature and a proposal of new research in the field of study. Display of substantive knowledge in the field along with both qualitative and quantitative research techniques will be examined throughout these exams.