The Ph.D. in Management focuses on macro- and micro-organizational topics in entrepreneurial and established organizations. The ultimate goal of the program is to produce individuals that will enter into research-focused academic positions and contribute significantly to their fields through novel insight and the production of knowledge.
The Ph.D. in Management is designed to be completed in four years. Coursework during the program includes seminars in strategic management, organizational behavior, human resource management, and organizational theory. Students will also take courses in research methods and statistics to ensure that they have the skills to be successful during the program and in their careers. Many students complete the program in four years, although some students may be awarded funding for a 5th year based on need and availability.
Working with Faculty
From the first day they arrive on campus, Management Ph.D. students will work closely with faculty members on research projects and will attend regular research colloquiums and developmental activities. In the past, these collaborative projects have led to publications in elite Management journals and fostered the growth of our students into excellent Management scholars.