The PhD major in organization and human resources provides opportunities for concentrations in the field of organizational behavior. Studies in organizational behavior focus on the behavior of individuals and groups in the organizational context, the relations between individuals and organizations, the study of organizations themselves and the behavioral/social science foundations of these subjects.
“Training PhD students to be productive scholars is extremely important to us. We focus not only on building good researchers, but also in teaching the publication process. Our students understand the climate of research and the vagaries of publishing. Our students are our customers and knowledge is our business.”
SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor
Chair, Department of Organization and Human Resources Department
“The doctoral program in organizational behavior is a complete academic experience. It is characterized by high standards for research, education, and ethics that are supported by an encouraging and available faculty. The collegiality and enthusiasm of faculty and students alike provide a great environment in which to develop both academically and personally.”
Department of Organization and Human Resources
Our faculty members are committed scholars who are internationally known for their research achievements. They are actively engaged with their students, often working jointly with students on various research projects. In addition, they:
Power and Politics
Our organization and human resources graduates accept positions at major universities throughout the U.S. and the world, as well as at leading consulting and research firms. Historical placement include:
For more information about the particular research efforts of our faculty, visit our Faculty Web pages. If you wish to speak to a faculty member directly or arrange a visit, you may do so by contacting Cheryl Tubisz, Department Secretary .
For degree requirements please consult the latest PhD handbook by following the Handbook link in the left nagivation frame.