Ph.D. Program Fields of Study
There are eight focused fields of study within the doctoral program. We also offer joint Ph.D. degrees in conjunction with other world-class colleges across the university campus.
We provide rigorous training in accounting and related disciplines of economics, behavior science, finance, mathematics and other social science research methods.
This program emphasizes the design, use and evaluation of systems in supporting decision-making in key, information-intensive business arenas.
Graduates have exceptional research training in economic theory and the quantitative tools required for innovative research on complex economic problems.
This field devotes attention to the study of the effects of information, attitudes toward risk, taxation, macroeconomic fluctuations, and security market prices.
Studies include brand-choice models, analytical and structural models, marketing/operations interface, marketing/IT interface and theories of consumer behavior.
Includes a range of interests ranging from quantitative modeling to empirical studies using tools from OR, stochastic processes, AI, statistics, econometrics and economics.
Organizational Behavior and Theory
We provide broad, interdisciplinary training with CMU’s engineering, public policy, human-computer interaction, social and decision sciences and psychology departments.
Study encompasses analytics leading to decision-making algorithms, the development of new models for management science applications and controlled experimentation.
Joint Ph.D. Programs
Interdisciplinary degrees offered in conjunction with other world-class colleges and academic departments at Carnegie Mellon University.