Faculty in the Organizational Behavior area teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. For a listing of courses, please see the following:
Students in McGill’s doctoral program in Organizational Behaviour take courses from McGill’s Organizational Behaviour faculty as well as from the Faculties of Concordia University, HEC Montréal, and Université du Québec à Montréal. Students are generally expected to complete their course work in the first two years, which comprises Phase I of their studies, and then must take their Comprehensive Exam in the following summer.
By Year 3 students have identified their area(s) of research interest and are expected to form a Phase II committee including a Chair, which then guides their work on a theory or research paper. Once this paper is completed and approved by the Phase II Committee, the student enters Phase III, which involves forming the Phase III Committee and Chair that will supervise writing and defending a thesis proposal, carrying out the actual research and then writing and defending the thesis.
Specialization Course Selection
Upon admission, each student will be assigned a supervisor in the discipline who will assist in selecting those courses that best suit the student's interests while satisfying program requirements. Specialization courses may be selected from offerings of the four participating universities. View the set offered by the four participating universities.