The PhD concentration in Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) prepares students in theoretical and empirical research to assume academic positions in operations-related departments at major research universities. This concentration’s interdisciplinary approach allows students to immerse themselves in the tenets of operations, supply chain and services, and to utilize cross-disciplinary methods from marketing, information systems, statistics, healthcare management, engineering, and economics.
Working directly with faculty, OCSM students will explore a wide range of topical issues, participate in top international conferences and publish in leading journals. Incoming students can expect to collaborate with their faculty mentors on joint research and publication.


Financial Aid

All students admitted to this program as considered for full financial support for up to five years. Funding typically comes in the form of research or reaching assistantship and includes full tuition and a competitive stipend. The funding is renewable every year, subject to adequate progress and annual evaluations. Fellowship consideration will be given to applications received by December 15th.