Management PhD Program
The Department of Management and Organizations Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Management prepares students for research and teaching positions at major universities.
Management PhD Program Facts
- Full-time program (five years)
- Fields of study include organizational behavior, organizational theory, strategy and judgment/decision making
- Encompasses theories and methodologies from psychology, sociology, economics, political science and management
- 1:2 Student to faculty ratio
Why the Doctoral Program in Management at Arizona?
By focusing on research, doctoral students are able to successfully compete in the academic marketplace upon graduation. According to recent analysis by Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia, Eller's Department of Management and Organizations is a leader among management departments in the U.S. for faculty research productivity, ranking #2 for publications/faculty during 2021 and #6 over the last five years.
PhD students typically receive a research assistantship or associateship stipend, which starts around $25,000 per year. Students have the option to supplement their stipend by teaching a course or two during summer or winter sessions. In addition, the college covers tuition and any in-state fees in order to allow students to concentrate on developing the skills they will need to become successful academics.
Graduate students can apply for up to $1,000 in support for their dissertation projects with Department Head approval.
Management and Organizations Department PhD Alumnus and best-selling management author, Stephen Robbins, provides funding for two PhD student fellowships in organizational behavior. Each of these $10,000 fellowships were used to attract and retain outstanding PhD students.
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