With frequent media coverage in major news outlets such as the New York Times, Forbes, CNN and the Harvard Business Review, our reach and influence is felt through the work of our best-selling authors, groundbreaking studies and Anderson’s Human Resources Round Table (HAART), where we engage academic and practitioner knowledge of cutting-edge human resources topics with the 50 corporate HR executives who are members.
MBA Coursework in Management and Organizations
MBA courses in management and operations are designed for prospective general managers and specialists in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors as well as in corporations, labor unions, consulting firms and the government. We encourage students to start their MBA thinking about their strengths and weaknesses in leadership and to continue improving those skills throughout the program. Further options include an MBA specialization in executive development with courses in negotiation, pay and rewards in organizations and managerial decision-making.
Ph.D. in Management and Organizations
Ph.D. students enjoy a strong mentoring program learning both the breadth and depth of the field. Students in our Ph.D. program concentrate exclusively on their research, with no classroom teaching obligations. Our dedicated faculty mentor students to become leaders in their area of study, encouraging them to develop their own research identity. At Anderson we are whole-heartedly committed to our students’ intellectual development and offer generous and competitive financial support.
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