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 Library and Information Studies (thesis option)
- Master of Science in Business (thesis required)
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.
- View some of the most recently-published theses from Management students
PhD students interested in studying management scholarship from an interdisciplinary perspective may decide to do an Interdisciplinary PhD supervised by a Management faculty member.