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1.) Apply to a PhD program at an accredited for-profit school. Admissions requirements tend to be much less stringent, so if you just want the PhD and don't care where you get it from, this might be the easiest option you have.
I would apply to the "Master of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering" program at Johns Hopkins University "Engineering for Professionals
if he is not picky about where he gets his PhD and is more concerned with just having a PhD.
hy do you want to get a PhD? What do you intend to do with this?