The number of PhD students in our group is slightly more than the number of marketing faculty, but, when considered with all the faculty resources at MIT and MIT Sloan, the ratio is such that we provide very personalized attention. Students select their own advisors and establish a custom program to study the methods necessary for rigorous and relevant research. While much of the instruction is within the MIT Sloan School of Management, students are encouraged to take any course at MIT (or cross register at Harvard).
We believe in entrepreneurial learning. While the faculty might suggest research topics, the students are encouraged to explore new topics and learn new methods. Dissertations (we call them theses) often push well beyond a faculty member’s interests or expertise. As a result, our placements (and ultimately success at earning tenure) have been excellent. Our students have won dissertation awards from all of the major professional societies and our faculty and students are consistently nominated for and win best‐paper and long‐term interest recognition. We, and MIT in general, take pride in teaching our students to think independently.
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