For Prospective Students
Master's students have many ways to get involved in our research. Professors regularly hire research assistants. Students in our on-campus graduate programs all participate in our Management Without Borders class, which culminates in a research symposium where groups comprising students from each discipline present research project findings.
- Master of Environmental Studies (thesis required)
- Master of Library and Information Studies (thesis option)
If you are looking for thesis or project supervision, browse our faculty profiles to find professors with like-minded research interests, or contact the Academic Program Coordinator in the appropriate unit.
PhD students interested in studying management scholarship from an interdisciplinary perspective may decide to do an Interdisciplinary PhD supervised by a Management faculty member.