The PhD program in Business Administration at DeGroote offers students the opportunity to study and conduct leading-edge research with some of the top researchers in their fields. Students develop the theoretical and methodological expertise required to create original research that makes a significant impact on the business community.

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Management of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources

The MOBHR field is broad and concerns all aspects of employment relationships. The field has a strong research emphasis and is designed to prepare highly motivated individuals for academic careers in organizational behaviour, human resource management and industrial relations.

A major strength of this specialization is that students can draw on the diverse range of faculty interests at DeGroote to develop a research program that suits their own objectives.

Successful applicants typically have a master’s degree in one of these fields:

  • Business administration
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Sociology

Required Courses

  • B790 – Seminar on Management Theory
  • B791 – Field Surveys: Organizational Behaviour and Organizational Theory
  • B792 – Field Surveys: Human Resources and Industrial Relations
  • B793 – Applied Multivariate Statistics
  • B794 – Research Methods and Design
  • B795 – Research Issues: Organizational Behaviour and Organizational Theory
  • B796 – Research Issues: Human Resources and Industrial Relations
  • B797 – Research Course I
  • B798 – Research Course II
  • Students may also be required to take additional courses depending on the strength of their background in the field to a maximum of 12 required courses including any additional courses

 

Our Students

Amr El-Kebbi

Amr El-Kebbi

Human Resources and Management
Amr Kebbi joined the PhD program at the DeGroote School of Business in September 2017. His research focuses on entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial competencies, ...
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Our Faculty

Vishwanath V. Baba

Vishwanath V. Baba

Professor
Human Resources and Management
Available to supervise
Catherine Connelly

Catherine Connelly

Associate Professor
Human Resources and Management
Available to supervise
Rick D. Hackett

Rick D. Hackett

Professor
Human Resources and Management
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Recent Grads

Dr. David Richards

Graduated June 2009
Thesis Title: Individual Differences and Leader-Subordinate Relationships: Examining The Relations Between Individual Attachment, Emotion Regulation, Leader-Member ...
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