PhD in

Organization & Management

One Degree Many Paths

We live in a society where organizations are the engines of technology and social innovation, the foundations of careers, and the bases of social diversity. The study of organizations is at the cutting edge of the social sciences — a multi-disciplinary endeavor that draws on psychology, sociology, political science, and economics. The Organization & Management (O&M) program prepares students for research and teaching careers in one of these major areas: organization theory, economic sociology, and organizational behavior.

Organization & Management Curriculum

MACRO TRACK

  • OAM 731 – Foundations of O&M Research
  • OAM 732 – Research Seminar in O&M Research I
  • OAM 733 – Research Seminar in O&M Research II
  • OAM 734 – Research Seminar in O&M Research III
  • BUS 701 – Survey of Business Research Methods
  • BUS 704 – Masters Teaching Program
  • ECON 500 – Microeconomic Theory I
  • ECON 520 – Probability and Statistics
  • ECON 521 – Econometric Methods
  • ECON 526 – Quantitative Methods
  • TATTO 600 – Laney Graduate School Teaching Workshop
  • TATTO 605 – (Teaching Assistantship)
  • TATTO 610 – (Teaching Associateship)
  • JPE 600 – Jones Program in Ethics Training and Workshops

 

MICRO TRACK

  • OAM 732 – Research Seminar in O&M Research (OT)
  • OAM 734 – Research Seminar in O&M Research III (OB)
  • OAM 737 – Social Psychology
  • One micro-oriented research seminar
  • BUS 701 – Survey of Business Research Methods
  • BUS 704 – Masters Teaching Program
  • Five methods courses covering ANOVA, regression, or similar
  • TATTO 600 – Laney Graduate School Teaching Workshop
  • TATTO 605 – (Teaching Assistantship)
  • TATTO 610 – (Teaching Associateship)
  • JPE 600 – Jones Program in Ethics Training and Workshops

Organization & Management Faculty

Giacomo Negro
Professor of Organization & Management; Goizueta Term Chair, Organization & Management; Professor of Sociology (by courtesy)

Pursuing a PhD in O&M

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