Curriculum and Structure – PhD In Organizational Behavior

The PhD in Organizational Behavior at Miami Herbert unfolds as an integrated program of advanced study and research. Applicants should have an adequate academic background, personal maturity, and the ability to meet the program's high level of demand for initiative and scholarship.

Being a student in the Organizational Behavior PhD program means a commitment to full-time and in-residence study.

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A typical doctoral student in Organizational Behavior would take the following core courses during the first two years of the program: 

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Individual & Interpersonal Processes
  • Leadership & Group Processes
  • Research Methods
  • Strategic Management 
  • Social Psychology

In addition, students would be expected to take independent studies with faculty mentors, as well as additional classes in allied disciplines such as psychology, sociology, and statistics.

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