Class Profile (as of September 2013)
Total number of PhD students (McGill University – Desautels PhD Program in Management): 66
Area of Specialization:
- Accounting: 4
- Finance: 9
- Information Systems: 12
- Marketing: 6
- Operations Management: 9
- Organizational Behaviour: 5
- Strategy & Organization: 15
- CREATE: 6
- Women: 20
- Men: 46
The PhD in Management Program offers only Fall (September) admission of the same calendar year in which admission is sought. The deadline of January 15 is for all applicants (Canadian and international). Very important: Do not apply to start the program in winter or summer - applications for winter or summer will be cancelled and the application fee will NOT be refunded.
Students may track the status of the application by going to the Minerva website. From this site you may view which documents the PhD Program Office has received, which documents remain outstanding, when the PhD Program Committee has recommended admission to the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (GPSO) and when a final decision has been made by GPSO. In addition, you can update your address on this site so that the University always has your current coordinates.
The PhD Program in Management at McGill is offered jointly with the three other Montreal universities: Concordia University, École des Hautes Études Commerciales (affiliated with Université de Montréal), and Université du Québec à Montréal. The joint nature of the program gives doctoral students access to over 250 professors qualified to direct doctoral research among the four universities, representing a tremendous variety of research approaches and interests.
NSERC CREATE program (Collaborative Research and Training Experience Program) in Healthcare Operations and Information Management (HOIM) – Focus on the Health Sector
A team of eight senior researchers from McGill, British Columbia, Ottawa, Queens, Toronto and Montreal Universities launched a collaborative program to train PhD students in healthcare operations and information management.
Professor Nancy J. Adler is a pioneer in the increasingly important integration of art and design with business and societal leadership. She has brought artistic approaches into her work with managers and executives worldwide for more than a decade.
Marcel Desautels' landmark $22-million gift launched a golden age in business education at McGill.
The Desautels Faculty of Management has undergone a dramatic transformation over the past several years. With the unprecedented support of friends and alumni from around the world, and two very generous gifts from Dr. Marcel Desautels, we have been able to hire additional professors, reinvent our curriculum and renovate our facilities.