Organization and Management Theory OMT

ASU Invites Applications for PhD in Management - Fall 2024

  • 1.  ASU Invites Applications for PhD in Management - Fall 2024

    Posted 27 days ago

    If you know someone who is looking to join an outstanding PhD in Management program, please encourage them to apply to the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship. We are currently accepting applications (until the end of December) for admission to the program next fall (2024).

    We are looking for students interested in organizational behavior (micro) and organizational theory and strategic management (macro).

    Here are some aspects of the program at ASU that make us especially proud:

    1. Exceptionally Strong Research Culture
    Our department consistently ranks among the top management departments globally in research productivity. Our faculty members include: Blake Ashforth; Mike Baer; Jonathan Bundy; Rachel Burgess; Trevis Certo; Heewon Chae; Luis Gomez-Mejia; Amy Hillman; Peter Hom; Travis HowellDon Lange; Jeffery LePine; Marcie LePine; Peggy Lee; Luiz Mesquita; Tyler Sabey; Matthew Semadeni; Amanda Sharkey; Wei Shen; Christine Shropshire; David Waldman; Milo Wang; Ned Wellman; David Welsh; and David Zhu. Faculty members have served or currently serve as editors at top journals, including Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Academy of Management Review, and more.

    2. Research Collaboration and Apprenticeship
    We prioritize working with students on research as a key element of their learning and future job market success. At ASU, PhD students are integral members of our team, and we foster a close-knit community. Faculty and students socialize together, share office space, and collaborate, creating a welcoming and enjoyable work environment. The entire culture of our program is constructive, supportive, and focused on student success.

    3. Well-Designed PhD Training Program
    Our program stands out due to its comprehensiveness and thoughtful design. Core classes are taught by our faculty, ensuring high-quality instruction and a seamless learning experience.

    In addition to these points, we offer many more advantages, such as the high quality of fellow students, abundant resources at ASU, support for research and conference attendance, an excellent quality of life in our community, and a track record of successful job market placements.

    For more information, email our PhD program coordinator, Jeff LePine at or visit our website at

    Don Lange
    Arizona State University
    Tempe AZ