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The Department of Management at Louisiana State University (LSU) is seeking highly qualified domestic and international applicants for our PhD program in management, which includes both a Strategic Management and an Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management track.
The primary mission of LSU's PhD in business administration with a major in management is to develop academics who are capable of conducting and publishing scholarly research in the broad domain of management and who are qualified to instruct in a university environment.
The department's environment and culture are highly research oriented. Research of the department's faculty include a broad range of areas of management and organizational research, spanning research on Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation and Succession, Gender & Diversity, Innovation Management, International Management, Leadership, Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Justice & Ethics, Organization Theory, Personality and Individual Differences, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods, Work Groups & Teams, and Strategic Management.
Admitted students are typically offered graduate assistantships for up to five years of PhD studies that include a competitive financial stipend and a tuition waiver as well as financial support for attending conferences and professional development. In addition, graduate assistantships provide PhD students with opportunities to gain the experience necessary for honing research and teaching skills by closely working with research faculty in their areas of interest.
LSU is located in Baton Rouge and in close proximity to New Orleans, both cities with vibrant local business communities as well as numerous cultural and recreational amenities that enhance the quality of life for area residents.
Interested students are encouraged to download an information brochure about LSU's PhD in Business Administration including the management track at the following link:
Further information about the department including a list of faculty and PhD student profile pages including publication and research information can be found at: https://www.lsu.edu/business/management/index.php
Information on how to apply to LSU's Graduate School is available at: https://www.lsu.edu/graduateschool/admissions.php
Please help to spread the word about our PhD program and share this information with any individuals that are interested in pursuing a PhD in management. All applications received by January 15, 2021 will receive full consideration for Fall 2021 admission.
Interested individuals are strongly encouraged to contact the Director of the Management PhD program, Professor Thomas Greckhamer (firstname.lastname@example.org), for any questions and further information.
---------------------------------------Thomas GreckhamerProfessor of ManagementE. J. Ourso College of BusinessLouisiana State Universitytgreck@lsu.edu