Doctoral

Ph.D. Coursework in Management

Core Courses in Management

The following are core management courses that all management doctoral students take during the program. More detailed information can be found in the Management Ph.D policy guide.

Course Course ID Most recent instructor
Seminar in Organizational Theory MANA 8331 Robert Keller
Seminar in Organizational Behavior and Management Theory MANA 8336 Richard DeFrank
Seminar in Human Resource Management MANA 8340 Leanne Atwater
Seminar in Strategic Management MANA 8380 Laura Cardinal
Seminar in Management Research MANA 8330 Steve Werner
Design and Implementation of Research Methodologies MANA 8345 Steve Werner

Major- and Minor-related Courses Outside of Management

Below are some of the courses outside of management that students may take depending on their specialty area. Approval of each students' advisory committee is required to include these courses in the students' degree plan.

Course Course ID Most recent instructor
Foundations of Industrial-Organizational Psychology PSYC 6370 Alan Witt
Seminar in Personnel Psychology PSYC 6371 Lisa Penney
Selected Topics in Psychology: Applied Psychological Measurement PSYC 6397 Lynne Steinberg
Organizational Psychology PSYC 7363 Robert Eisenberger
Selected Topics in Industrial-Organizational Psychology: Applied Research in Organizational Psychology PSYC 8393 Robert Eisenberger
Selected Topics in Industrial-Organizational Psychology: Job Attitudes: Theory and Measurement PSYC 8393 Robert Eisenberger
Selected Topics in Industrial-Organizational Psychology: Theory Building in Industrial-Organizational Psychology PSYC 8393 Robert Eisenberger
Marketing Management and Strategy PSYC 8338 Michael Ahearne

General Research Requirements

Five courses devoted to research methods or statistics (each of which is a 3 credit hour course) must be taken by all Management majors. Six of these hours will be satisfied by MANA 8330 and MANA 8345. In addition, the remaining hours shall be selected in consultation with the student’s Advisory Committee and the Management Doctoral Program Coordinator. These hours can be fulfilled using statistics and research methods courses offered in the BCB or from other appropriate academic units at the University of Houston, such as the courses listed below.

Course Course ID Most recent instructor
Statistics for Psychology PSYC 6300 Marco Mariotto
Experimental Design PSYC 6302 Christopher Barr
Multivariate Methods PSYC 6313 David Francis
Selected Topics in Psychology: Applied Methods in Social Psychology PSYC 6397 Clayton Neighbors
Structural Equations PSYC 7305 Paras Mehta
Advanced Statistics: Multilevel Modeling PSYC 7306 Paras Mehta
Marketing Models MARK 8335 Kachuen Sam Huei
Marketing Research Methods MARK 8336 Edward Blair, Parthasarthy Krishnamurthy
Multivariate Methods in Marketing MARK 8349 James Hess
Econometrics I ECON 7331 Christian Murray
Econometrics II ECON 8331 Christian Murray
Microeconomics 1 ECON 7341 Janet Kohlhase
Microeconomics Theory II ECON 7342 Gergely Ujhelyi
Price Theory 1 FINA 8397 Natalia Piqueira
Qualitative Sociological Methods SOC 6311 Samantha Kwan
Research Methods III: Qualitative Research for Evidence-Based Social Work SOCW 8323 McClain Sampson
Home
Admissions
How to Apply
Accepted Students
FAQ
Program Overview
Program Requirements
Bauer Ph.D. Policies
Grievance Policy
Accounting
Overview
Program of Study
FAQ
Ph.D. Accomplishments
Ph.D. Student Directory
Finance
Overview
Courses
Policies
FAQ
Ph.D. Student Directory
Qualifying Exam
Comprehensive Exam
Empirical Paper
Annual Review
Dissertation
Management
Overview
FAQs
Accomplishments
Expectations
Faculty Directory
Ph.D. Student Directory
Degree Plan
Coursework
Dissertation
MIS
Overview
Admission Requirements
Degree Requirements
MIS Ph.D. Policies
FAQs
Ph.D. Student Directory
Marketing
Ph.D. in Marketing
Overview
Goals
Accomplishments
Courses
Dissertation
Ph.D. Symposium
Ph.D. Student Directory
Supply Chain Management
Program Overview
Admissions
Financial Assistance
Degree Requirements
Research Faculty
About Bauer College & Houston

Related Links

Contact Us

Department of Accountancy & Taxation
Melcher Hall Room 370
The University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4820
Fax: 713-743-4828


Related Links

Contact Us

Department of Finance
Melcher Hall Room 220
The University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4778
E-mail ID: alamont@uh.edu


Related Links

Contact Us

Department of Management
Melcher Hall Room 315
The University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4650


Related Links

Contact Us

Department of DISC
Melcher Hall Room 280
The University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4747


Related Links

Contact Us

Department of Marketing & Entrepreneurship
University of Houston
334 Melcher Hall
Houston, Texas 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4555
Fax: 713-743-4572


Related Links

Contact Us

Department of DISC
Melcher Hall Room 280
The University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021
Phone: 713-743-4747
E-mail: disc@uh.edu


APPLY NOW
Contact Information

Professor Vanessa Patrick,
Director of Doctoral Programs


Toefl Information