Turning ambiguity into findings
Research doesn’t fit into a neat category. Management challenges deal with real people working in complex, rapidly changing economies and communities. At Questrom faculty are teacher-scholars who work with you across disciplines to seek answers to management problems—problems that solve relevant organizational issues and take into account the larger effects on our communities.That’s what sets Boston University Questrom School of Business apart—an open atmosphere where we tackle the big questions, together.
- PhD in Management, Accounting
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- PhD in Mathematical Finance
No matter the program, you’ll learn multiple inquiry methods and how to craft your questions, structure your inquiry process, and analyze the date. With 7 PhD specialty areas and hundreds of ways to break out of that area you’ll be prepared to tackle the most challenging questions that matter most to you and our society.
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