The mission of the School of Engineering's Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management (PhD-TM) program is to educate and train scholars who will produce first-rate technology management research and who will become faculty members in leading universities.
The program fosters student research through its focus on high-quality supervision and training by faculty members who poses significant research strengths in a diverse range of technology management-related fields.
This terminal degree program is for research-oriented students who are largely interested in research-based positions at academic and research institutions. Universities with undergraduate and graduate programs that emphasize the integration of technology and management are a primary source of career opportunities for PhD-TM graduates. In addition, government agencies, not-for-profit research organizations, corporate research centers, and research-based consulting firms also will seek PhD-TM graduates.
New York University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
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The curriculum for the PhD in Technology Management (PhD-TM) at the School of Engineering fosters a research-intensive doctoral education relevant for the rapidly emerging area of technology management.
You will work closely with your doctoral adviser to select which courses relate to your course of study in the PhD-TM program. As part of each thematic elective course, you also take an associated thematic independent research course to thoroughly investigate previous research in the selected theme. You must undertake a doctoral research project, preferably in the second summer semester of study. This course introduces you to the requirements of management research. Finally, you will work on a dissertation, an original investigation of a research question(s) related to technology management. You are required to complete 75 credits, including 51 credits from the coursework, as outlined below, and 24 credits from the dissertation.
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