PhD Program in Management
The PhD program in management prepares students for a research and teaching career in research universities. The program has a global perspective with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. Students can specialize in one of the following four management areas: a) human resource management, b) organizational behavior, c) organizational theory, and d) strategic management.
Our program provides:
Generous fellowships for all qualified PhD students and Research Travel Grant for PhD students to present papers in international conferences.
Well-planned, sequenced PhD coursework covering core topics in management including Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory, and Strategic Management.
Elective PhD seminars taught by distinguished visitors from around the world (e.g., Prof. Gautam Ahuja, Cornell University, Prof. Mary Benner, University of Minnesota, Prof. Ronald S. Burt, Bocconi University and University of Chicago, Prof. Gary Dushnitsky, London Business School, Prof. Daniel Feiler, Dartmouth College, Prof. John Hollenbeck, Michigan State University, Prof. George Loewenstein, Carnegie Mellon University.)
Intense hands-on research experiences through working with faculty members on joint research projects.
Frequent faculty research seminars and PhD student research colloquiums.
Successful placement of graduates in research institutions (Please click here to see the list of our PhD graduate placement.)
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