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PhD in Management Program

A phd in management: where business research and education intersect.

Become an industry thought leader while preparing tomorrow’s business leaders.

Our fully funded PhD in Management is designed for ambitious students and professionals interested in a career in university teaching and research.

This residential program, based at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management in Ithaca, NY, combines Ivy League rigor and real-world relevance to prepare you for successful careers in academia.

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Why Get a PhD in Management?

With a strong focus on management science and applied research, this doctoral degree is ideal for someone looking to teach at the university level and contribute to the greater body of industry knowledge. Pursuing a PhD in Management is also an ideal next step for executives and senior managers who want to make a transition to academia or enhance their research skills for a successful consulting career.

Fully Funded, Highly Flexible: What Makes Cornell’s Management PhD Different?

As you explore PhD programs’ degree requirements, faculty engagement, and campus experience, Cornell stands alone.

In Cornell’s highly flexible program, you’ll choose a specific area of study and build your own dissertation committee. Our program faculty are genuinely interested and invested in your intellectual development. In this small and highly selective program, you will get to know the faculty and your peers well. 

The SC Johnson Graduate School of Management is home to leading research centers and a high-impact academic journal; these open you up to unique learning and mentorship opportunities.

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Our Three-Pronged Approach to a PhD in Management

The Johnson School’s doctoral degree in management combines the best of theory and practice, building on a three-pronged foundation:

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Hands-on Experience

Develop your research and analytical skills. You’ll work with classmates to examine existing literature and theories for class deliverables, which will often include your own original research.

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Customizable Curriculum

Design your own academic pathway. You’ll choose one of six primary areas of study and create your own dissertation committee.

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University-Wide Coursework

Draw on the expertise from across Cornell. You’ll get to select graduate-level courses from schools and colleges devoted to law , hospitality , engineering , labor relations , and other fields.

At a Glance: Cornell’s Fully Funded PhD in Management

The fully residential, fully funded PhD in Management program includes a tuition waiver and a stipend for living expenses. Here’s a quick overview of what to expect:

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Degree Awarded

PhD in Management

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Program Location

Ithaca, NY, with options in New York City

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Program Format

Foundational coursework, original research, and six potential areas of study

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“PhD is a marathon, not a sprint, and collaborating with great people is paramount. At Cornell, I’ve found a place where amazing people come together, supporting my research and personal growth. Choosing Cornell means joining a community that knows how important it is to work with exceptional people to excel in the program.” – Elina Hur PhD ’23

Customize Your Path: Our Areas of Study

When you apply to the Johnson School’s PhD in Management, you will select a primary area of study. Choosing a concentration allows you to gain specialized skills and knowledge while growing a portfolio of original research.

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Examine the role of accounting information in firms and financial markets. PhD-level research at Cornell explores topics such as how firms report information to investors, how accounting information is used to manage firms, and the nature of auditing.

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Strategy & Business Economics

Use modern tools and methodologies to gain a better understanding of the world. PhD students in this area explore many aspects of economics including industrial, behavioral, labor, and organizational.

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Dive deep into the financial structure and issues of organizations. Your research might look at how conflicts of interest affect corporate policy, how investor psychology affects asset pricing, or how to detect price bubbles.

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Learn how theories from operations research, economics, psychology, and sociology intersect to inform corporate and consumer decisions. Your PhD studies will explore both quantitative and behavioral perspectives of marketing.

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Management & Organizations

Prepare for a research-focused career in academia or industry. This versatile concentration develops skilled, innovative, analytical researchers through a broad curriculum and close faculty collaboration.

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Operations, Technology, & Information Management

Develop the technical skills and behavioral analysis knowledge you need to address high-impact managerial decisions. This focus area also offers an option to complete coursework at Cornell Tech in New York City.

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Idea Generation to Publication: A Career in Teaching and Research

The majority of our PhD in Management students pursue careers in academia. After graduation, many land tenure-track teaching positions at top-tier business schools and continue to advance knowledge through original research. Johnson School PhD students often field multiple offers and see starting salaries range from $150,000 to $250,000.

Finding Your Place at Cornell: Meet Our Current PhDs

Students from around the United States and across the globe arrive at the Johnson School to earn their PhD in Management —and their diverse research interests, educational backgrounds, and professional experiences make for a vibrant, enriching learning environment. MEET CURRENT PHD STUDENTS

Research and Placements: Making an Impact in the Management Field

After earning the PhD in Management, our alumni go on to teach and inspire future leaders at top-tier institutions. Not only do they teach and conduct research alongside some of the most brilliant minds in business, but they also advance the field through publishing in leading journals and presenting their work at industry conferences.

Recent PhD in Management Placements

  • Piyush Anand, PhD ’21, assistant professor of marketing, Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
  • Guarav Kankanhalli, PhD ’20, assistant professor, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh
  • Eunjee Kim, PhD ’21, assistant professor, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
  • Sarah Lim, PhD ’21, assistant professor, Gies College of Business, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Xuege Lu, PhD ’22, assistant professor, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
  • Subrina Shen, PhD ’21, assistant professor, McCombs School of Business, University of Texas at Austin

Recent Research Publications

  • “ Do Real Estate Values Boost Corporate Borrowing? Evidence from Contract-Level Data ” in the Journal of Financial Economics (2022) — Gaurav Kankanhalli, PhD ’20, with Murillo Campello, Robert A. Connolly, and Eva Steiner
  • “ Converging Tides Lift All Boats: Consensus in Evaluation Criteria Boosts Investments in Firms in Nascent Technology Sectors ” in Organization Science (2021) — Xirong (Subrina) Shen, PhD ’21, with Huisi (Jessica) Li, PhD ’20, and Pamela S. Tolbert 
  • “ Initial and Longer-Term Change in Unit-Level Turnover Following Leader Succession: Contingent Effects of Outgoing and Incoming Leader Characteristics ” in Organization Science (2020)— Huisi (Jessica) Li, PhD ’20, with John Hausknecht and Lisa Dragoni

“ Does Regulatory Jurisdiction Affect the Quality of Investment-Adviser Regulation? ” in American Economic Review (2019) — Alan Kwan, PhD ’17, with Ben Charoenwong and Tarik Umar

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Our Faculty: Accomplished Researchers, Dedicated Teachers

When you join the PhD in Management program at the Johnson School, you’ll be part of a learning community comprising more than 100 accomplished academics and thought leaders. 

Not only will you take courses with renowned professors from across the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, but you also will have the opportunity to build your own faculty committee—a group that will become instrumental as you select your dissertation topic and embark on your original research.

Faculty Spotlight: Learn from Leading Thought Leaders

Throughout the PhD program—from foundational coursework to your dissertation—you’ll work closely with dedicated teacher-scholars like these:

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Kristina Rennekamp

Dr. Rennekamp’s research focuses on financial accounting from a behavioral perspective. She’s widely published, with work appearing in leading academic journals such as The Accounting Review , Contemporary Accounting Research , and The Journal of Financial Reporting .

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Karan Girotra

Dr. Girotra studies the digital transformation of companies, whether it’s looking at emerging tools and practices or exploring new business models. He’s frequently interviewed in an array of mainstream business media outlets, including Bloomberg BusinessWeek , Fortune , and Forbes .

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Kaitlin Woolley

Dr. Woolley studies the psychological processes behind consumer motivation. She’s an award-winning educator and researcher with work published in academic journals and national media outlets including the Journal of Consumer Research , Journal of Marketing Research , and The Wall Street Journal .

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What You’ll Learn: Curriculum Overview

As you pursue your PhD in business management , you’ll begin with a set of foundation courses and progress into advanced coursework in your area of interest. Through it all, your faculty committee will help make sure you’re on the right track.

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Foundational Management Coursework

Early in your doctoral program, you will complete foundational coursework in management and other fields. Many of these will focus on the research process and prepare you for your dissertation.

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Advanced Coursework in Your Concentration Area

As you progress in the PhD in Management program, you’ll take electives and advanced courses that align with your research area of interest; these classes can be in the Johnson School and across Cornell.

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Your Dissertation: Creating Original Research

During the final part of the program, you begin work on your dissertation—the culmination of your original research. You choose the topic of research in conjunction with your committee.

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Beyond Business: Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration and Dialogue

Tap into the experience and expertise of faculty members from across Cornell University.  

Management is a broad science. Business leaders serve in a variety of roles in industries of all kinds: healthcare, consumer goods, agriculture, biotechnology, media, and consulting to name just a few. At Cornell, you can enrich your education and expand your research opportunities by taking courses and finding mentors beyond the college of business.

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Explore fields like computer science, psychology, sociology, communication, engineering, and data science—and then connect the dots back to your management research.

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Interact with peers and professors from other disciplines by participating in student organizations and special interest groups or by attending public lectures, workshops, and networking events.

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Admissions Overview: How to Apply to the Management PhD Program

The ideal candidate for the Johnson School’s doctorate degree in management will have a strong record of academic excellence, a solid understanding of the research process, and an entrepreneurial approach to problem-solving. An MBA or master’s degree is not a requirement for admission. 

Our admissions page offers more details about program prerequisites, selection criteria, requirements, deadline information, and a checklist of materials you need to submit with your application.

Connect With Cornell Admissions

The Johnson School admissions team is available to answer your questions about the program and the application process. Stop in or reach out by phone or email today.

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Phone: 607-255-5340 Email: Graduate Research Programs Office

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The Cornell Campus: Where You Will Learn, Grow, and Thrive

Learn, grow, and thrive on one of the most beautiful college campuses in the United States. As a PhD student, you’ll spend a lot of time in Sage Hall, a Gothic-style building dating back to 1875. You’ll find more high-tech learning spaces just off campus at the Breazzano Family Center for Business Education. You’ll also have access to the innovative campus of Cornell Tech in New York City—particularly relevant to students focused on technology and information management. 

Attending Cornell also means you’ll call Ithaca, NY, home for about five years. Our eclectic downtown is full of eateries, shops, activities, and all of the amenities you’d need for everyday life. When you’re not in class or studying, you can explore all that the Finger Lakes region has to offer.

PhD in Management FAQ: What You Need to Know

Before you apply to a research-focused graduate program, you’re likely to want to do some deep research of your own. For instance, how does a fully funded PhD in Management work? What’s the typical completion time?

We have a robust Frequently Asked Questions section to help you learn more about our program, the admissions process, and dissertation requirements. For our international applicants, you’ll also find specific details about earning your PhD in Management.

May I speak to someone about my interest in the program and visit?

You are welcome to reach out to any professor with whom you see a good research fit. Our website also has a wealth of information about the program.

Is an interview part of the process?

We offer interviews only to a few applicants after their first screening.

May I talk to a professor or advisor?

You are welcome to contact any professor with whom you see a research match. Faculty are more likely to respond to specific research queries.

I have questions; may I write to this program email address?

Yes. Our response time will vary. We are not able to answer detailed questions that are better assessed by faculty during the application process.

May I schedule a campus tour?

Admissions does not offer campus tours for PhD program applicants. However, you may arrange an appointment with a faculty member.

Fraud alert – beware of third-party post-doc scams.

Cornell University recently has been made aware of fraudulent activity targeting overseas students and researchers, including at least one third party website falsely stating that it is offering a postdoctoral or visiting scholar program in association with Cornell. These scams, which may seek to obtain money and/or personal details from interested applicants, are fraudulent. 

Cornell wishes to warn the public about these fraudulent activities being perpetrated purportedly in the name of Cornell, and/or its officials. Please be advised that: 

  • Cornell does not, nor has it, worked in collaboration with third-party companies or organizations to offer postdoctoral or research certificate programs.
  • Third parties do not collect tuition or fees on behalf of Cornell.
  • Cornell does not work with or endorse such organizations including, but not limited to, Shanghai Lufei Education Technology Co., Ltd. (Chinese name: 上海璐斐教育科技有限公司) and Shenzhen Guoyan Era Education Technology Co., Ltd. (Chinese name: 深圳市国研时代教育科技有限公司).

Cornell’s postdoctoral positions are listed on the Academic Career Opportunities website and postdoctoral fellowship programs are available for viewing. If you suspect a third party of falsely advertising a Cornell program, please notify [email protected]. Victims of such scams may also report them to their local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.

Start the Application Process Today

Ready to apply to our highly selective, fully funded PhD in Management? We look forward to learning more about you and your research goals. Start the application process today at the Cornell Graduate Admissions website. [You’ll first need to register for an account or log in to an existing one.]

Pursuing a PhD in Management: Everything You Need to Know

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A PhD is the highest academic qualification one can achieve in management sciences. Though you can find a high-paying job in any college, the fact is PhD qualification is much preferred by business schools in particular. Doing a PhD in management will open the doors for high-paying job opportunities in industries and management positions worldwide. Some of the coveted positions are Policy Analyst, Management Consultants, University Lecturer, Chief Executive Officer, Strategic Manager, Business Development Manager, Quantitative Analyst, Market Research Analyst, and Manager. As a PhD aspirant, you will have to be a self-learner and most of the time you will have to depend on your analytical capabilities.

What is the Scope and Career Options Available After Pursuing a PhD in Management?

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PhD is the most advanced academic degree you can pursue. You must have given a thought about pursuing PhD courses in management while pursuing your master’s.

Various universities offer diverse PhD programs in the specialization of your choice. If you are a graduate with a degree in management, you can choose to build a career in research.

Most commonly, the PhD Degree in Management lasts around 4 to 5 years. However, the duration may vary between countries. The main structure consists of two-year intensive coursework, including seminars and core subjects. The examinations and the dissertation phase last for around 2 to 3 years.

When searching for a university to pursue your doctorate, you can choose PhD in Management distance learning platforms . These help you learn the entire research process using the basic and advanced tools and knowledge.

Pursuing a PhD in Management in India or abroad offers you a broad scope. Acquiring a doctoral degree can allow you to explore various disciplines. This degree opens different lucrative employment options and educational paths. It offers you with the required knowledge and skills to work in the corporate environment.

The Distance PhD in Management offers you the knowledge to recognize the different business methods and trends. It also helps you get an idea to apply them in daily operations. As a student, you will master the skills required to analyze different information necessary for a company to run effectively. You will gain knowledge in all aspects, including finance, project management, interactions, and information systems.

Career Options Available After a PhD in Management

A Doctor of Management degree can open various windows career-wise. The top companies are also searching for skilled professionals who can help the company grow. Some of the posts open after pursuing the degree includes:

A managerial post is always available after studying for a PhD in India. As a manager, you will oversee all the managerial aspects of the company.

You will have to oversee all the corporation’s operations and work with them. You will also be responsible for making major decisions for the company, and take charge of administrative tasks. As a manager, you will need to have leadership skills and be an expert in the field.

Another popular career option after taking up an online PhD in management is that of a human resource manager. This job profile will require taking care of planning and coordination. You will also be in charge of directing the different administrative tasks of the organization. You will be a part of the recruitment process and supervise the entire hiring process. You also must interview the new personnel and interact with the top professionals to build a connection between the staff and the management.

Choosing PhD courses in management will also enable you to take up the position of product development manager. This job will require you to identify, validate and research all the new goods and services. You will be responsible for assessing the products’ feasibility and offer any assistance needed for design optimization.

A Doctor of Management program will also allow you to become the head of sales. As a sales manager, you will be in charge of supervising all the sales staff. You will have to work with them, assign sales targets, and mentor them.

You will also be responsible for hiring and terminating professionals for the job based on their performance.

Countries with the Best Opportunities to Study PhD in Management

There are various options available for pursuing a PhD degree in management. Even though studying for a PhD in management in India is a viable option, other countries offer great opportunities.

If you choose a PhD in management distance learning , you can study in the universities of Australia. Australia has a lot of international students in its programs. It is the third-largest country welcoming international students. There are also several career options available after pursuing a degree from Australia.

The PhD program lasts three years, and the annual fees are reasonable.

Canada is famous worldwide for providing the best quality education. Canada is one of the top countries offering PhD courses in management . It also offers a unique research field and includes distance learning programs with online training systems and tools. The degree here generally lasts for three to six years, offering an unparalleled research experience.

The next on the list is France. The PhD program here spans over three years at the most minimalist costs. The only issue is the living cost, and that is not an issue for students taking up online programs. You can also get mega scholarships to complete your studies without feeling the pinch.

Germany is a great place to experience worldwide education at the lowest educational cost. The PhD program here spans around 2 to 6 years and offers various areas of specialization. Germany is well-known for higher education and is also suitable for settling as it provides excellent job opportunities. In several cases, universities do not charge any tuition fees.

The next best country for an online PhD in management is the UK. You will get an opportunity to study at your dream colleges, namely Oxford and Cambridge. Both these colleges offer distance learning programs that provide an extensive learning expereince. The duration of the PhD programs in the UK is generally 3 to 4 years, thus offering you a better chance to start earning earlier.

The United States has various reputed universities that are internally ranked. Several students choose to take up PhD programs in the US that last for around 5 to 6 years.

Candidates willing to pursue a PhD in management must meet the eligibility criteria before joining the course. Without reaching the eligibility criteria, a student will not be considered for the PhD program. The eligibility criteria refer to the minimum requirement for a candidate to take admission for a program.

Qualification : MBA or a master’s in management is the minimum qualification that a candidate should have for choosing PhD courses in management. But in some instances, it is not necessary to have a master’s degree for specific PhD programs online. A GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, LOR, SOP, transcripts, and updated CV can also make you eligible to study PhD in certain countries.

But for a PhD in Management in India , it is necessary to have a 60% in MBA. If a student wants to get a lateral entry, it is essential to have at least two years of work experience.

Required Percentage: The minimum percentage requirement for getting into a PhD program depends on the country and the university. In most cases, the acceptable percentage is around 45 to 55%.

Age Limit: There is no age limit associated with applying for a PhD degree. Thus, students can enroll in the course at any point in their lives.

We hope that this post was helpful and cleared doubts that you might have had regarding higher education. In the off chance that you have more questions, please feel free to reach to our team of experts who can guide you through making the right decision.

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How to Write a Synopsis for Your Research |Steps in the Ph.D. Process

What is a Synopsis? Why do you need a synopsis for your doctoral research? What is the importance of a synopsis? How do you write and format a synopsis for your Ph.D.?

A synopsis, simply put, is a detailed summary of your research work that you will be doing for your doctoral degree.A synopsis is different from an abstract. You will submit your synopsis at the start of your research work along with your thesis title.

In simple terms, your synopsis is a write up which contains what you will be researching, the significance of your research to the field and how you will go about conducting this research. This document will be submitted before you start your research work and acts as a summary of what you plan to do in your research. In contrast, an abstract is the summary of your whole research thesis and will be written after the research is done and will be included along with your thesis.

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The most important or significant use of a synopsis or why you should submit a synopsis is because this is the document that convinces the academic committee of your university as to why they should approve your research proposal. This is why the significance or contribution from your research to that particular field is included in the synopsis.

Writing a synopsis for your Ph.D. is an easy process once you have a clear idea about your research. The format of your synopsis will depend upon the guidelines provided by your university but we will provide you with a general outline on how to write a synopsis for a Ph.D.

The format for a synopsis will be as follows:

  • Title of your research thesis: The title of your research project should be clearly defined in your synopsis. This will act as a clear indication of what your research is going to be.
  • Introduction:Your introduction will contain a summary of the current level of knowledge in your field of research, the gaps in this knowledge and what your research will contribute to fill these gaps.
  • Literature Review: Literature reviews are brief summaries of works that have already been published in journals and other academic forums which are concerned with the field of your research. You need to critically appraise what others have done and what they have found out pertaining to your field of research. Through this you can highlight where their work can be expanded on through your research.
  • Aims and Objectives: This part of your synopsis is clear from its title. What is the aim of your research? What are you trying to find out? What are the objectives you are trying to achieve by conducting this research? You need to be very clear and concise while writing the aims and objectives of your research in the synopsis.
  • Research Methodology: This is a very important part of your synopsis. Research methodology can be defined as“the specific procedures or techniques used to identify, select, process, and analyse information about a topic”. In your synopsis you need to include the outline of your research process, i.e.: how you will be doing your research. In this section you need to include the tools and equipment you will be using, how you will collect your data, and the methods you will use to analyse this collected data. Your research methodology will provide an insight into whether your research is achievable.
  • References: You need to provide a list of all the material that you have referred to in the process of writing your synopsis. The format of how to list your references will be provided by your university.
  • Conclusion:In the conclusion of your research, you must once again briefly summarise your Ph.D. research that you will be undertaking and why your research is needed. You will also need to include the limitations of your research project in this section.

This is the basic format of how to write a Ph.D. synopsis in India. This may change from university to university so make sure you write it according to the guidelines your university has provided you with. On average, your synopsis will come to around 30 pages.

We hope that this post has provided you with a better understanding about what is a research synopsis, the importance of a research synopsis and how to write a synopsis for your Ph.D.

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Ph.D. Business Administration (Management) Student Handbook

Updated July 2023

The following represents the program handbook for the current academic year only. For an archived version of a previous year's handbook, please contact the program directors.

Program Description

The Ph.D. program offers cutting edge management training in theoretical foundations and quantitative methods in basic and applied research. Students will learn how to conduct original research by acquiring the skills necessary to develop theory and collect and analyze data from surveys, experiments, and data bases to test theory. The program will offer concentrations in organizational behavior, strategy, entrepreneurship, international management and behavioral decision making. The program also emphasizes interdisciplinary research and encourages collaborations with other disciplines such as economics, psychology, sociology, social psychology and neuroscience.

The program will train graduates to be competitive in pursuing careers in academia and industry including becoming professors or various positions in social science research centers and laboratories. Job prospects in industry would include opportunities with management consultants, executive level positions in strategy or human resources, research foundations, survey firms, among others.

The knowledge and skills graduates can expect to obtain include: (1) The theoretical, empirical and quantitative skills necessary to identify and explore important organizational, leadership, and managerial problems and to conduct original and independent research in both the lab and the field; (2) The ability to critically evaluate and determine the validity of both academic, industry, and popular research done by others; (3) The oral and written communication skills necessary to both produce and creatively communicate research findings to both academic and lay audiences; (4) The knowledge and skills to be an outstanding teacher in a higher education environment; (5) The social, collaborative, and team work skills necessary to conduct multi party inter-disciplinary research; (6) The ability to develop research relevant questions and write grants to successfully compete for extramural funding; and (7) Training in the professional culture and norms expected of Ph.D. professionals including appropriate ethical standards. 

Program Admission Requirements 

Application procedure.

The Ph.D. in Business Administration (Management Concentration) program is governed by University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School requirements. All material should be submitted online through the graduate school.  Applicants should submit the following: 

  • All required application materials as required by the  Graduate School admissions requirements , including official transcripts from all previous educational institutions and GRE or GMAT scores. 
  • Three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the applicant's academic record and potential for doctoral work in management.
  • Optional: Prospective students may elect to submit resumes and short examples of written work (articles published and/or working papers).
  • Prospective students should indicate if they would like to be considered for teaching and/or research assistantships in the University’s application for graduate school admission.

International Students

The TOEFL is required of international students: minimum score of 550 (paper), or 79 (Internet-based version), or 6.5 on the IELTS (must be academic version) test. International students must fulfill all University of Nevada, Reno Graduate School requirements. An exemption for the TOEFL is granted if you have a degree from certain English speaking countries. 

We now accept the following test scores, as well:  Duolingo : 105 | Pearson  (PTE): 59 | Cambridge : 176

For international student information, please consult the Office of International Students and Scholars .

Application Deadlines 

All completed applications received by February 1 will be given full consideration. Applications will continue to be accepted until March 31 or until the program is full.

Questions? Contact the Graduate Director for Ph.D. Program in Business Administration (Management) James Sundali [email protected] (775) 682-9176

Degree Requirements

Doctoral program of study requirements.

  • Minimum of 72 graduate credits
  • Minimum of 48 graduate credits of course work
  • Maximum of 24 graduate credits from a completed master’s degree program or previous post-baccalaureate work may be applied to program (this includes grad special, transfer, the total cannot be more than 24 credits). Transfer credits will only be accepted if approved by the Graduate Director and Graduate School.
  • Maximum of 9 graduate credits of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory courses (including transfer credits).
  • Minimum enrollment of 3 graduate credits each fall and spring semester
  • At least 30 credits of 700-level graduate credits exclusive of dissertation credits are required: as many as 18 of these credits may be used from a master’s degree program
  • Doctoral Students must enroll in a minimum of 24 dissertation credits for degree completion
  • Fulfill residency requirement; two consecutive semesters (fall/spring or spring/fall) of at least nine (9) graduate credits each; (students on 20hr/week assistantships require six (6) credits each semester (fall/spring or spring/fall)
  • All requirements for the doctoral program, excluding prerequisite graduate course work or masters degrees, must be completed within a period of 8 years immediately preceding the granting of the degree.
  • Continuous enrollment
  • No undergraduate credits can be applied to any advanced degree program
  • Every graduate core course (i.e. those offered in the Management Department) must be completed with a grade of “B “or better. All other courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

Advisory-Examining Committee Requirements

All graduate degree advisory committee members must be members of the University graduate faculty.  The advisory-examining committee consists of at least five graduate faculty members. In addition to the permanent advisor as chair, this committee is composed of two or more members from the major department, one or more from departments in related fields, and at least one member of the graduate faculty from outside the student’s major department or program who is the Graduate School Representative.

Concentrations

Typical concentrations in Management include the following:

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Entrepreneurship
  • International Management
  • Behavioral Decision Making

Students will choose a concentration in consultation with their faculty mentor.

In consultation with the student’s academic advisor and/or Graduate Director, each student will choose elective classes that will support the concentration.  A student’s dissertation will be aligned with the chosen concentration.  Students will be encouraged to take classes in other Ph.D. programs at the University in order to achieve a broad based interdisciplinary background. 

Curriculum for the PhD in Business Administration

List of courses for the Business Administration Ph.D. Program with a concentration in Management

Ph.D. Course Requirements (72 credits)

Required Courses | Credits 

BUS 701 Organizational Behavior  |  3  BUS 702 Strategic Management  |  3  BUS 703 Managerial Decision Making  |  3  BUS 704 Leadership  |  3  BUS 705 Theory of Entrepreneurship  |  3  BUS 706 Data Analysis in Management I   |  3  BUS 707 Data Analysis in Management II  |  3   BUS 708 Research Methods in Management I  |  3  BUS 709 Advanced Research Methods in Management | 3 BUS 710 Behavioral Game Theory  |  3  BUS 790 Graduate Research  |  3  BUS 795 Comprehensive Examination  |  1-3  BUS 799 Dissertation Research  |  24 

Elective Courses

Elective courses are typically chosen in consultation with the student’s academic advisor and/or the Ph.D. Director to support the student’s doctoral research, to strengthen fields of specialization. Many 700 level and some 600 level courses in the departments of Economics, Psychology, Social Psychology, Mathematics and Statistics, Geography, and some in other departments in the College of Business are approved electives.

Students who are engaged in research applications that are related to other fields may find it helpful to take graduate courses in another field. These can be counted toward fulfilling the elective requirements as long as they are at the graduate level (600 or 700 level) and are approved by the student’s advisory committee.  

1 st Year Summer Research Project

The Summer Research Project entails conducting supervised research in the summer between the first and second year of study.  This requirement is designed to help prepare students with the research skills needed in their careers.  Students will select a primary faculty advisor to supervise the project and a secondary advisor to assist on the project, both of whom must agree to supervise. The topic, content, and methods of the research paper will be negotiated between the student and the faculty advisors with the understanding that the student will likely continue work begun in a prior class.  Students can pursue both theoretical and empirical research projects.

The expectation is the student should develop a research manuscript that could be submitted to a journal or a conference presentation or poster session.  The manuscript should be between 3000-6000 words and should be essentially completed by the end of summer.  Students will provide an oral presentation of the research project to the faculty early in the fall semester and the paper should be completed and ready for submission by late fall semester. 

Students that need financial support to facilitate their research should submit a well-developed research proposal to the Graduate Director for funding consideration by a graduate faculty committee.  The proposal should outline the theory, hypotheses, research methods, budget and IRB approval if required.  Proposals should be submitted early in the summer for consideration and if approved funding will be available to facilitate data collection over the summer months.  Funding requests up to $1000 will be considered and partial funding may be awarded.

Comprehensive Exam

A comprehensive exam committee consisting of three management faculty members will be chosen by the student and approved by the Graduate Director. The comprehensive exam committee is expected to have at least one meeting with exam candidates prior to the exam. The purpose of the meeting is to provide reasonable clarification to students regarding the exam process and content boundaries. In general, the comprehensive exam is a field exam that is intended to assess and certify competence in the domain of management, with specific concentrations depending, in part, on the student.

The comprehensive exam will consist of three sets of questions:

  • One set of questions in a core area of the student’s choosing. The core areas the student can choose from include human resources, organizational behavior, strategy, entrepreneurship, leadership, and decision making/behavioral game theory.
  • One set of questions particular to the area of research the student intends to pursue for the dissertation.
  • One set of questions from research methods and statistics .

The student will take a proctored comprehensive exam in-person in the University of Nevada, Reno testing center over the course of one week. The student may choose to complete the exam either (1) in three days, attending the testing center three days in a row with one question per day, or (2) in five days, attending the testing center on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the week with one break day between exams. In either format, the student will receive one set of questions per day on the morning of the exam day, and they will have up to nine hours per day to write an answer to that question (from 8:00am to 5:00pm). The answer to each set of questions cannot exceed 10 pages (1.5 line spacing, 12 point font, 1” margins) per set, or 30 pages total. Answers must be typed except for specialized notation if necessary.

Students are expected to prepare for the comprehensive exam in advance by studying relevant literatures and class notes as recommended by their committee members. Students will be allowed three pages of handwritten notes, front and back, for each of their three sets of questions ( i.e., nine total pages of handwritten notes, with three pages of notes allowed per exam day).

The students will be allowed a maximum of two attempts at the comprehensive exam.  Each exam can be passed at MS level (low pass) or PhD level (high pass). To proceed with the Ph.D. program the exam must be passed at the PhD level.  Otherwise, if the exam is passed at the MS level and if the academic record warrants it and the comprehensive exam committee approves of it, the student will be given the opportunity to move into a track for completing a terminal Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree.  The comprehensive exam committee in consultation with the Graduate Director will determine if a student who does not receive a PhD Pass is awarded another chance at passing the comprehensive exam.  If a second attempt is given, the exam must be taken within three months of the date of the first exam being completed.  The Graduate Director will again approve an exam committee which may include one or more new members at the Graduate Director’s discretion.  There is no appeal process for the exam.  There will only be a written comprehensive exam.

If for any reason a student cannot sit for a scheduled comprehensive exam or has any extenuating circumstances, the student must notify Ph.D. Director at least five days before the exam begins.  Circumstances that arise less than five days before the exam or during the exam need to be reported to the Graduate Director immediately.  Extenuating circumstances reported at the end of the exam, or later, will not be considered.  Additional written information on the process of the qualifying exam is provided to each student before the exam takes place and opportunities are provided for discussion and clarification of process.

Students must produce their own scholarly work for this exam. Students are expected to demonstrate thorough knowledge of the relevant literature, as well as provide their own unique contributions, synthesis, and ideas. All writing must be produced by the student on the day of the exam. All information drawn from other sources must be cited, and any text that is copy-and-pasted must be in quotations. Students are NOT allowed to copy or use any writing from published or unpublished works, any writing produced by other students, or writing produced by artificial intelligence software in their own written answers on the exam (e.g., ChatGPT). Doing so is subject to automatic failure of the comprehensive exam.

Any clarifications or modifications that the faculty makes to the Comprehensive Exam policy will be announced to students and added to this handbook.

Doctoral students achieve candidacy status upon the successful completion of the comprehensive examination and successfully defending the dissertation proposal. Doctoral students who have been advanced to candidacy are required to maintain continuous enrollment until all degree requirements have been completed and the student has graduated. It is recommended that only at this point, after the dissertation proposal has been successfully defended, that faculty should provide letters of recommendation for any job search the student may undertake.

Dissertation

The dissertation represents a major research project of an original and creative nature that will advance the state of theory in the student’s major field, while meeting the requirements of the Graduate College. Given the emphasis on research in the program, the dissertation is not viewed as the student’s first research project. However, when the dissertation is completed, it signifies individual competence as a researcher.

Dissertation Committee:

The dissertation process is supervised by a dissertation committee composed of at least five faculty members: the chair, at least two faculty members from the student’s major department/program, at least one faculty member from a department in a field related to the student’s major, and at least one Graduate School representative.  The student should select a chair from the list of eligible faculty members in the department, based on mutual research interests. The selection of additional members of the committee should be based on the contributions they might make to the final product. The student, in selecting members, should consider the mix of knowledge and skills across the committee. In order to make informed judgments in this area, students should make substantial effort to interact with faculty to become aware of their research interests and areas of expertise.

Faculty members have a right to refuse the invitation to serve on a Dissertation Committee (as chair or as a committee member) and the right to withdraw from a Dissertation Committee up to the point when Dissertation Committee members indicate their approval for the student to defend their dissertation proposal. The intent is that after that point in time, the Dissertation Committee will remain intact through the completion of the dissertation and the dissertation defense.

Dissertation Options

1. Research Plan and Proposal Defense for a Traditional Dissertation :  The first step in the dissertation process involves developing a proposal indicating the research topic and the method that will be used to examine it. The topic of the dissertation is to be selected through intensive interaction with the Dissertation Committee and particularly with the chair. Once initial approval of the topic is given by the committee, a research proposal detailing the conceptual model and methods will be developed and presented for final approval. This approval will be granted by the committee upon completion of an oral defense of the proposal in a special seminar open to all faculty and doctoral students. During the defense, committee members and others may comment on the proposal, question the student, and suggest revisions. In a closed session following the defense, the committee votes to determine whether the student will be allowed to proceed with the research and decides on necessary revisions.

Generally, this defense should take place within four semesters of completing the comprehensive exam. At least one week prior to the defense, a copy of the proposal will be placed on file in the department office for review by interested parties.  The proposal will consist of (at a minimum): (1) a clear statement of the topic and an indication of its contribution to the state of theory in the field; (2) a review of relevant literature, indicating where the proposed topic fits in this literature; (3) a clear description of the methodology (e.g., sample/data source, measures, analysis) to be employed, including the rationale for this approach; and (4) a bibliography. It should be of sufficient rigor and depth that the committee is confident of the student’s ability and dedication to complete the project in a timely manner.

2. “Three-Paper Option” Dissertation: Instead of a traditional dissertation, the student has the option to adopt a three-paper format with all three papers related in a coherent fashion to the core idea of the dissertation. This option should be discussed and agreed upon by the dissertation chair and Graduate Director. The purpose of this option is to provide some flexibility in the format of the dissertation research and to ensure that the training provides the student with the best preparation for a productive research career. This format allows the student to have at least three papers ready to be submitted or already submitted to journals when they start their academic career. The quality standards are the same for both the traditional dissertation and the three-paper option. The process is similar to that of a regular dissertation. The student is expected to work with a committee to decide if the three-paper format is desirable and logical given the topic and the research plan. In other words , the three-paper option should be approved by the student’s entire Dissertation Committee, rather than just the chairperson . Also, no papers should be completed (e.g., already submitted to a journal for publication) before the committee’s approval of the overall plan. Once this decision is made, the student needs to develop a written proposal and sit for a proposal defense. After the proposal is approved at the defense, the student proceeds to complete the work and do a final dissertation defense.

a. The written proposal for the three-paper option

  • A 3-6 page summary of the research stream represented by the three proposed papers. The papers should have a coherent theme that relates to a substantive topic or theory. To prepare students with both strong theory development and empirical research skills, each paper should have a strong theoretical component.
  • A completed version of paper #1 (approximately 30 to 40 pages). This paper should serve as the foundation for the other two papers. This first paper should be close to ready for final, friendly review before submission to a journal at the time of the proposal defense. The paper should be ready for submission after the review and the committee’s judgment that it has met the quality requirements set forth.
  • Written proposal for empirical paper #2, including theory, hypotheses, and methods (approximately 15 to 20 pages).
  • A proposal for paper #3 (approximately 5-10 pages of text plus references) that details the central idea of the study/paper and its theoretical foundations.

b. The three-paper dissertation defense  

  • A revised summary of the research stream representing the three papers.
  • The presentation of completed versions of papers #2 or #3.
  • This is done in a regular defense-type setting with the committee and others who are invited.

Below are additional guidelines regarding authorship, and topics and data of the three papers.

Authorship: It is expected that all three papers directly reflect the ideas and efforts of the student. Authorship on the papers should not be part of the dissertation process. This should be decided after the dissertation is completed and the paper is ready to be sent to the journal for publication consideration. The papers, as part of the dissertation, should not have any names of co-authors, although the committee members’ names can be mentioned during any presentations. In other words, students and committee members should not focus on authorship, but rather focus on developing the papers.

Topics and data: At least one paper should involve original data collection. Students must demonstrate their empirical research skills by undertaking at least one empirical study involving substantial new data collection. If the dissertation includes a second empirical paper, that paper could be based on previously collected data, or data collected as part of a larger research project with other researchers.

The above are guidelines and the student in consultation with his or her committee might find that a broader or narrower range topic better suits his or her particular interests. However, the dissertation proposal and defense process should conform closely to the guidelines provided.

Transfer Credits

These are credits transferred from another institution. Credits completed at the University of Nevada, Reno in another program or as a graduate special do not need to be transferred. Transfer credit can be requested on the  Graduate Credit Transfer Evaluation Request form  available on Graduate School website, and must be signed by the student, major advisor, and graduate director. Transfer credits applied to a master’s program must comply with the time limitation on master’s work (6 years). Thus, if a student took a course five years prior to admission, they would have to complete the degree within one year for the course to apply to the degree. Credits from a completed master’s degree will be exempt from the 8-year time limitation for those students pursuing a doctoral degree.>

Graduate School Forms and Deadlines

  • Program of Study form (end of 3rd Year; for doctoral programs, it is the end of the 4th semester)
  • Doctoral Degree Admission to Candidacy Form - For students who have completed all requirements except for the dissertation
  • Graduation Application. This is due several weeks in advance of graduation, so check dates on Grad School website. 
  • Notice of Completion. Should be submitted after meeting all requirements, including defending your dissertation.  
  • Exit Survey

Conference & Publication Aspirations

Students are encouraged to begin submitting and presenting papers to national, regional, and specialized conferences (e.g., Academy of Management, Western Academy of Management, Judgment and Decision Making) by their second year. First year students are encouraged to attend (with partial department financial support) the annual Academy of Management meeting and participate in the New Doctoral Student Consortium. Visibility at conferences enables students to meet other scholars in the field and eventually provides job placement and networking opportunities. 

Publications are important for all of our students and are emphasized in the program as a highly desirable research outcome. As a general guideline, students should begin working on a publishable research project in their first year through their graduate assistantship and/or major paper in their field of specialization. It is expected that prior to the dissertation phase, students will have two or more manuscripts published or under review for publication. This level of research productivity is necessary in order to be competitive in the job market.

Yearly Progress Report and Feedback to Students

By the end of May each year, the Ph.D. Director will solicit feedback from faculty to develop a development progress report on each doctoral student.  This progress report documents and evaluates the student’s accomplishments and activities during the year and is intended to help the student continue making successful progress through the program. Evaluations are made of course progress, research progress, teaching activities, and service.

Each student will also be asked to complete a self-evaluation, recording and evaluating his/her past activities, and setting developmental goals for the coming year. This form is submitted to the primary supervising faculty member, who uses the information as input to his/her final evaluation. For first year students, additional inputs are sought from all faculty members who taught the Ph.D. courses.  The primary faculty advisor and/or Ph.D. Director will then meet with the student to conduct a developmental feedback session prior to the beginning of the next academic year.

A copy of the final evaluation is forwarded to the Management Department Ph.D. Committee. The Ph.D. Committee reviews all progress reports, research papers, transcripts, other faculty inputs and may make recommendations for student development beyond those provided by the advisor/Ph.D. Director. If sufficient progress is not being made, a student may be recommended for probation or dismissal, subject to University Graduate Schools dismissal policies . 

Research Advisor

Students are encouraged to begin working on research projects with faculty members as soon as possible. A Research Advisor from the Program faculty should be selected to supervise the first year summer project.  By the end of the second year a student should be developing a relationship with a faculty member who will serve as the student’s dissertation advisor.  Students are encouraged to work with as many faculty members as possible but once an advisor has been selected for a project it is expected that the student will continue to work with that faculty member until the end of the project.  The relationship between a student and faculty member is collaborative and long lasting and both parties must be voluntary participants in the relationship. Your advisor(s) should be the primary Department contact for information, guidance and mentoring throughout a student's graduate studies.

Graduate Assistantship

Graduate student funding is awarded based on merit. Continuation of funding is contingent upon satisfactory performance as a graduate assistant and in course work. Failure to perform satisfactorily as either a graduate assistant or in course work can result in a loss of funding.

All new graduate teaching assistants will need to meet the University and Department requirements for Teaching Assistants, and these may change from time to time — please consult with the graduate advisor.

All teaching assistants must register for GRAD 701S (no credit) and attend the TA training workshop , run by the Graduate School, the week prior to the start of their first semester as a TA. 

Teaching assistants will report directly to the course instructor to whom they are assigned. Their responsibilities to assist the course instructor may include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:

  • attending class and assisting, as needed, with distributing materials, setting up and operating audiovisual equipment;
  • conducting discussion groups;
  • directing student study sessions;
  • assisting in the development of lectures, assignments, quizzes, examinations and laboratories and/or discussion groups;
  • proctoring examinations;
  • grading of class assignments, quizzes and examinations;
  • giving short presentations to the class, under supervision by the course instructor
  • TAs should be available to students during office hours.
  • TAs must take a between 6-12 credits per semester

All graduate students holding an assistantship (teaching GTA or GRA) are considered Nevada residents for tuition purposes. Non-resident tuition is only waived for the duration of the assistantship. To be eligible for an assistantship, students must be admitted to a degree-granting program and be in good academic standing. The student must have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 and must be continuously enrolled in at least 6 graduate level credits (600-700) throughout the duration of the assistantship. State-funded assistantships (GTA/GRA) may be held for a maximum of: three (3) years for master’s degree students and five (5) years for doctoral degree students.

Graduate Student Expectations

Development of teaching competence .

The development of teaching skills is accomplished through several interrelated activities. One activity is the assistantship described above. Students can learn-by-doing by assisting a faculty member in the design of course materials, developing and grading tests, and also conducting in- class activities. In addition to the assistantship, the university provides several resources for the development of teaching skills.

The University and the Graduate School offer faculty/GTA development seminars and workshops on teaching throughout the year. From time to time, the brown- bag seminars are focused on teaching skills. As the department and college has many faculty noted for teaching excellence, students are encouraged to visit and observe as many faculty classrooms as they can. Students are expected to begin their teaching development activities in their first year as these will be important elements in landing an academic job.

Ethics 

Students will be expected to adhere to all the guidelines in University of Nevada, Reno student code of conduct . Academic dishonesty of any kind will not be tolerated.  Cheating in class or plagiarizing, presenting the ideas of others as your own or without proper citation, will not be tolerated. Anyone suspected of violating academic standards will be treated consistent with Section 6,502 of the University Administrative Manual .  In addition, we strongly encourage collaboration, transparency, and sharing of relevant information.

Department Participation

Ph.D. students are expected to participate in the research culture of the department. We expect students to attend all department seminars, lectures, brown bags, etc. unless there is an important reason for being absent. 

Graduate School Academic Requirements

Please view the Graduate School's full academic standing and dismissal policy .

Health Insurance 

All domestic degree seeking graduate students, who are enrolled in six or more credits (regardless of the course level) in a semester, will be automatically enrolled and billed for the University sponsored health insurance for each term they are eligible (fall & spring/summer).  The details of the insurance program and waive-out options are found here.   The student is responsible for meeting the requirements of the insurance program or waiving out.

It is UNR policy that international students have health insurance coverage with appropriate repatriation and medical evacuation provisions. For the fall semester insurance coverage normally begins about August 23 and ends about January 17 of the following year. Spring/summer coverage begins about January 17 and ends August 28. The exact dates may change every year. If students are arriving early for their first semester at UNR, they may want to use travel insurance until their health insurance coverage begins.   View more information about health insurance.

Leave of Absence

Continuous Enrollment: To maintain “good standing” all graduate students are required to enroll in a minimum of three (3) graduate credits each fall and spring semester until they graduate. International students may be required to enroll in nine graduate credits each fall and spring semester depending on the requirements of their visa. All students holding assistantships (whether teaching or research assistantships) are required to enroll in a minimum of six (6) graduate credits each semester they hold the assistantship.

Leave of Absence: Students in good standing may request a leave of absence by completing a leave of absence form available on the Graduate School website during which time they are not required to maintain continuous registration. Usually, a leave of absence is approved for one or two semesters. The leave of absence request may be extended by the student filing an additional leave of absence form. Students applying for a leave of absence should not have any “incomplete” grades which could be changed to “F” and have a detrimental impact on their cumulative GPA. Requests for leave of absences must be received by the Graduate School no later than the last day of enrollment for the semester the leave is to begin.

Reinstatement: When a student has been absent for one semester or more without an approved leave of absence, he or she may request reinstatement via the Reinstatement form available on the Graduate School website. This form allows the program the option to recommend the student be re-admitted to their graduate program based on their previous admission OR require the student to re-apply for admission which would require students to submit a new application for admission and pay the application fee. The Notice of Reinstatement to Graduate Standing must be received by the Graduate School no later than the last day of enrollment for the semester the reinstatement is to begin.

Graduate Student Association

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) represents all graduate students and promotes the welfare and interests of the graduate students at the University of Nevada, Reno. The GSA works closely with appropriate university administrative offices, including the Graduate School and Student Services and reports to the President of the University. The GSA government functions through the Council of Representatives, Executive Council and established committees.

View all forms and deadlines required by The Graduate School.

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How to write a phd research proposal on business management .

For a PhD management student venturing into finalizing their topic for research , the first step before beginning their research will be to convince the approval committee of their project. The document that assists this process is the research proposal. Writing a research proposal could be facile when approached systematically.

The research proposal is not mandatory in some cases; nevertheless, writing one satisfies other purposes than getting approval for the project. Hence, it is essential to understand what a research proposal is, what it contains.

The document is approximately 3000-4000 words long, depending on the university requirements, designed to give an outline of the research proposed, along with the limitations and constraints it may face, the cost it would require, the time it would take, the objectives and the expected impact the results would have on the field.

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Evaluating the ideas

The whole idea behind awarding the doctoral title for a research and the researcher is the contribution of new concepts, ideas, and knowledge via their study. Hence, it is imperative that the research is original and this is a pre-requisite for any committee whose approval stands between the idea and the commencement of the project. The research proposal, thus, is a tool to evaluate the originality of the research. It puts forth a sound enunciation of the quality of the ideas behind the research and an evaluation of the researcher’s proficiency in their selected domain. Researches in management science deal with one of the two things, development of new theories or finding a solution for an existing problem in practice. Thus, the faculty of the researcher to identify and effectively deal a solution to a problem forms the crux of the bid.

How to write a research proposal:

How to write a PhD research proposal on Business Management

Title Page:

Provide a working title of your research in concern. Though this title may not be the final one, it will express your research ideas in a transparent manner.

In this section give a concise notion regarding the domain of study by outlining the scope that you are covering in the research.

Research problem :  

Discuss problems that you want to study and dedicate a few lines for explaining the significance of doing so.

Literature Review :

The proposal should lay down your awareness of the essential literatures in your topic. The arguments that you are going to support should also be outlined in the proposal. Notwithstanding, identifying the present gaps is very important. While you are going through important literature in your subject, you must precisely demonstrate in what way they are pertinent to your area of study. You should have fine grasp that a PhD is an original contribution and there should be clear explanation that your proposed area is not a topic of study earlier.

Important research questions:

Following the literature review, you would have identified a research problem. From this, you will be in a better position to pose a research question. It is good if you pose at least 3 research questions.

Methodology:

This element talks about the way you are going to perform the research while also providing the reason why a particular is chosen; the merits and demerits, if any, of the methods together form the methodology. Sketch an outline of the limitations you may encounter during the research.

Timeframe: 

Here you delineate the time frame of your research. This section informs of the time scheduled for each task in the process.

References :

It is very essential to provide all the references when you complete your proposal. Moreover, formatting the document is very important; ensure that it is consistent with the recommended style of your university.

If everything mentioned above happens to go over your head and you feel suffocated about the whole prospect, do consider approaching Business Management dissertation writing help, who understands your proposal concerns and helps in framing a proper research proposal.

Keep in mind that the research proposal is not carved in stone. It is a provisional document and will undergo vast changes in the ongoing PhD course. At the same time, it is a pivotal document that helps the committee to understand your interest towards the research. So don’t consider it trivial and ensure to make it as appealing as possible.

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  • By Qamar Mayyasah
  • August 26, 2020

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Introduction

This article will answer common questions about the PhD synopsis, give guidance on how to write one, and provide my thoughts on samples.

A PhD synopsis is a detailed summary of your proposed research project which justifies the need for your work. It is used to convince academic committees that your project should be approved.

If you are wondering how to write a synopsis for a PhD, then there are several things you must make sure your synopsis includes. Firstly, the reader must be able to read your synopsis and understand what contribution it would make to the research area. You should also explain the research objectives, methodology, data analysation and presentation format. Finally, you should conclude with limitations of your study and how you envisage others building on the findings you make.

PhD Synopsis format for a project

Although the format of a PhD synopsis report may differ between universities, there are many universal recommendations I can give. First, the research project synopsis format must include several fundamental sections which allow you to clearly detail your proposed project.

These sections are outlined below:

Research project title

Clearly define the title of your research project.

Include an introduction which summarises the current knowledge in your research area. This section should explain where gaps in knowledge are, and briefly what your project aims to do to address these gaps.

Literature review

A literature review will be a summary of published literature including journals, papers and other academic documentation which relate to your project. You need to critically appraise these documents: What have others done? What did they find? Where could their work be expanded on?

Aims & Objectives

Clearly define what the purpose of the PhD project is. What questions are you trying to answer? How will you measure success?

Research Methodology

Explain how you will achieve your objectives. Be specific and outline your process; the equipment you will use, data collection strategies, questionnaires you will distribute and data analysation techniques you will employ. This is a critical part of the research synopsis as it demonstrates whether your project is achievable or too ambitious.

You must provide references and citations to any sources you use. Reference materials are needed to acknowledge the original source, allow further reading for those who are interested and avoid claims of plagiarism. A number of different referencing systems exist, so it is important that you use the referencing system outlined in your university guidelines.

Provide a conclusion which should briefly summarise what your PhD research project is and why it is needed. You should also comment on the limitations of your work so that the scope of your study is clear.

In addition to the synopsis format for a PhD, we have outlined the styling rules you should follow:

  • Approximately 1” margins on top, bottom, and right of page.
  • Approximately 1.25” margin on left of page to allow space for binding.
  • Sans serif font (for example Times New Roman).
  • Black colour font.
  • Size 11pt or 12pt font.

It is important to remember this is general advice to assist with PhD synopsis writing. You must check your university guidelines first as they may have particular rules which you should follow.

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I would not recommend using a PhD synopsis sample. This is because every research project is different, and the purpose of a synopsis report is to demonstrate the uniqueness of your project. Instead you should use the above format, and ensure you address each of the sections.

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1. Human Resource Management

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Exploring the intersection of strategic entrepreneurship and women-led businesses can shed light on how female entrepreneurs navigate challenges and opportunities. Investigate factors that influence the success of women-led ventures, such as access to capital, networking, mentorship, and market dynamics. Your synopsis should highlight the significance of promoting gender equality in entrepreneurship and its potential economic and societal impacts. In this endeavour, services like Paper Helper, a top-class thesis writing services provider, can play a pivotal role in guiding aspiring researchers like you through the intricacies of your research journey.

3. Management of Innovation and Technology

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Sustainability is a critical concern for businesses today. As you delve into topics like resource management, circular economy practices, and sustainable supply chain management, consider the support of experts like Paper Helper. They specialize in offering impactful synopsis and proposal writing services , helping you communicate the urgency of adopting sustainable practices and their benefits for organizations and the planet. With Paper Helper's assistance, your synopsis can effectively capture attention and emphasize the importance of your research in the realm of sustainability.

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), ethics, and accountability are integral to organizational reputation and societal well-being. Examine the ethical dilemmas businesses face, the implementation of CSR initiatives, stakeholder engagement, and the impact of ethical practices on financial performance. Your synopsis should underline the importance of responsible business practices in a globally interconnected world. This is where Paper Helper - A-Z PhD Consultancy Services provider steps in as an invaluable partner in your research journey. As you delve into the multifaceted realm of CSR, ethics, and accountability, Paper Helper offers comprehensive support to elevate your research to new heights. Their experienced team of consultants brings in-depth knowledge of management topics and research methodologies, enabling you to approach your research with precision and depth.

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Thus, selecting the right topic for a PhD in Management is a critical step that sets the foundation for a successful and fulfilling research journey. The process demands careful consideration, extensive exploration, and a deep understanding of both academic and real-world implications. As this blog has highlighted, the top 10 topics for a PhD in Management, yet there exists a wide spectrum of areas, from strategy and leadership to innovation and sustainability, offering aspiring researchers a diverse range of options to explore.

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As you embark on this transformative journey towards earning your PhD in Management, remember that the choice of topic is not just about academic excellence but also about personal passion and societal impact. Whether you're delving into organizational behaviour or exploring emerging trends in global business, your chosen topic will shape your academic identity and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field. And with the support of resources like Paper Helper, your PhD journey becomes not only intellectually enriching but also a gratifying experience of growth and achievement.

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FORMAT OF SYNOPSIS (MS/MPHIL & PHD). Given below is an outline for synopsis writing. It provides guidelines for organization and presentation of research.

INTRODUCTION OF 2-3 PAGES

  • Identify a real world problem
  • Describe the undesirable symptoms
  • Identify the knowledge gap that needs to be filled in order to help solve the problem
  • Support your discussion with solid peer-reviewed references

LITERATURE REVIEW

  • Create an Outline or “mindmap” of the key theories and concepts.
  • Dig deep into the “ Peer-reviewed” literature for each theory and concept and create an annotated bibliography and literature map
  • Write literature review
  • Map out the research gap
  • Identify the “type(s)” of question that need to be answer to fulfill the purpose
  • Develop the main research question and sub-questions
  • Develop hypotheses as appropriate
  • Identify and diagram the key variables in the research question
  • Identify and diagram the key relationships between the variables
  • Identify and diagram the key context factors
  • Describe the framework
  • Research Process
  • Based on the research questions, the overall approach (Data Collection, Analysis methods, Validity and Reliability test process)

POSSIBLE OUTCOME AND LIMITATIONS OF YOUR STUDY

  • Identify the larger application(s) and meaning(s) of the findings.
  • Identify the limitations associated with the findings and conclusion.

BIBLIOGRAPHY OR REFERENCES

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Title of the thesis: 18

Main Heading: 14 Bold

Sub Heading: 12 Bold

Spacing 1.5

Reference style: APA/IEEE/Harvard

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While NHANES data indicate that only 50% of people with diabetes (PWD) are reaching A1C goals of <7%, 2 those provided CGM demonstrate significant reductions in A1C within a matter of months, even reaching A1C values <7%. 3 Notably, in a recent 6-month study performed in people with type 2 diabetes (T2D) treated with basal insulin or non-insulin therapies, participants initiated on real-time CGM experienced an average 3% reduction in A1C (P<0.001). 3 Similar reductions were observed for participants whether they were treated with ≤1 or ≥2 diabetes medications.

Each year, 1.2 million adults are diagnosed with diabetes. 4 Navigating a new T2D diagnosis can generate feelings of shock, denial, and helplessness, 5 and without effective tools to know which behavior change(s) to make and if they are helping, crucial time may be lost in taking action for better health. The future risk of long-term complications related to diabetes and mortality is strongly associated with diabetes management soon after diagnosis. 6 Individuals with A1C values ≥6.5% in the first year after T2D diagnosis show worse long-term microvascular and macrovascular outcomes compared to those with A1C ≤6.5%. 7 The value of CGM in diabetes management exists regardless of insulin use, 3 and it can be a critical tool in helping those newly diagnosed with diabetes learn quickly, stay engaged, and optimize their glycemic management to promote long-term health.

Watch this video presentation  to learn about the use of real-time CGM as a motivational support tool in T2D from two experts in diabetes management, William Polonsky, PhD, CDCES, and Thomas Grace, MD, CDCES. Together, they discuss how CGM can promote behavior change, improve quality of life, and reduce A1C in all PWD.

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  • Fang M, Wang D, Coresh J, et al. Trends in diabetes treatment and control in U.S. adults, 1999–2018. N Engl J Med . 2021;384:2219–2228. doi: 10.1056/NEJMsa203227
  • Grace T, Salyer J. Use of Real-Time Continuous Glucose Monitoring Improves Glycemic Control and Other Clinical Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes Patients Treated with Less Intensive Therapy.  Diabetes Technol Ther . 2022;24(1):26-31. doi:10.1089/dia.2021.0212
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Diabetes Statistics Report. Incidence of Newly Diagnosed Diabetes. September 2022. Accessed November 6, 2023. https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/data/statistics-report/newly-diagnosed-diabetes.html
  • Boakye MDS, Miyamoto S, Greenwood D, Kraschnewski J, Van Haitsma K, Boltz M. Pathway From Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis to Action: How to Move People Forward.  Diabetes Spectr . 2023;36(3):264-274. doi:10.2337/ds22-0058
  • Holman RR, Paul SK, Bethel MA, Matthews DR, Neil HA. 10-year follow-up of intensive glucose control in type 2 diabetes.  N Engl J Med . 2008;359(15):1577-1589. doi:10.1056/NEJMoa0806470
  • Laiteerapong N, Ham SA, Gao Y, et al. The Legacy Effect in Type 2 Diabetes: Impact of Early Glycemic Control on Future Complications (The Diabetes & Aging Study).  Diabetes Care . 2019;42(3):416-426. doi:10.2337/dc17-1144

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    1. Parts of the synopsis Every synopsis will have three parts. The first part is the cover page. The second part is the preliminary pages and the third is the main body. The University guidelines for the cover page and the preliminary pages is the same irrespective of discipline. The format and style of the main body may differ between disciplines.

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  11. PDF FORMAT OF SYNOPSIS (MS/MPHIL & PHD)

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  12. How to write a PhD research proposal on Business Management

    For a PhD management student venturing into finalizing their topic for research, the first step before beginning their research will be to convince the approval committee of their project.The document that assists this process is the research proposal. Writing a research proposal could be facile when approached systematically.. The research proposal is not mandatory in some cases; nevertheless ...

  13. PDF Ph.D. Synopsis

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  14. How to Format a PhD Synopsis (India)

    A PhD synopsis is a detailed summary of your proposed research project which justifies the need for your work. It is used to convince academic committees that your project should be approved. If you are wondering how to write a synopsis for a PhD, then there are several things you must make sure your synopsis includes.

  15. PDF CENTRE FOR RESEARCH (PHD) Guidelines for preparing PhD Synopsis and Thesis

    Guidelines for Preparation of PhD Synopsis 1. ORGANISATION OF THE PARTS OF SYNOPSIS The sequence in which the synopsis material should be arranged and bound as follows: 1. Title page 2. TABLE OF CONTENT (Title in Upper Case) 3. Chapters 4. References 5. List of Publications The size of Synopsis should not strictly exceed 50 pages of typed ...

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  17. Top 10 Topics for PhD. in Management: A Guide for Topic Selection

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  19. Format of synopsis for PhD

    D Synopsis. FORMAT OF SYNOPSIS (MS/MPHIL & PHD). Given below is an outline for synopsis writing. It provides guidelines for organization and presentation of research. Figure 1: Format of Synopsis ...

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  24. (PDF) Synopsis of the PhD. Thesis

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  25. (PDF) PhD Synopsis Presentation

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