The Rady Ph.D. Program
Deadline January 2, 2014
We’re looking for intelligent risk-takers who are determined to make an impact.
If you have any questions, please contact Marisol Nierva-Magnano, Doctoral Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rady School Ph.D. program is committed to training intellectual and innovative scholars who will contribute to the advancement of management education and knowledge in the 21st century.
Our emphasis is on innovation, rigorous training and impactful research. Rady faculty are prominent scholars in the fields of finance, behavioral economics, innovation, technology and operations management, marketing, organizational strategy and psychology. The curriculum is designed to be extensive, flexible and personalized, in a self-directed research environment.
The Rady Ph.D. program builds upon UC San Diego’s reputation and lineage, which includes 16 Nobel Laureates (former and current faculty) and eight MacArthur Foundation award recipients. We invite you to discuss the opportunities offered by the Rady program with our expert faculty.
Why a Doctoral Degree in Management at the Rady School?
Data from the AACSB indicates that the U.S. shortage of business Ph.D.s is expected to be over 1,000 in five years and nearly 2,500 in 10 years, both in the academic and corporate fields. Graduates with the right background, motivation, ability and training have the opportunity to become the next generation of professors at the world's elite business schools.
The Rady Ph.D. program combines faculty expertise, intimate size, strong interdisciplinary training and a desirable location for highly qualified doctoral candidates. The program has a strong research orientation, along with personal attention and mentoring from world-class faculty.