* A master's degree is only attainable as part of the doctoral program, not as a standalone master's degree.
The Lundquist College of Business doctoral program in marketing develops scholars who will be productive researchers and effective teachers at leading colleges and universities throughout the world.
The program emphasizes analytical training in marketing and quantitative methods along with economics or the behavioral sciences. It equips students to conduct original research on important problems that are of interest to both academics and practitioners in the field of marketing.
While the PhD program is rigorous and challenging, it is also small and collegial. An average of two students enters the program each year and work closely with their faculty advisors and fellow PhD students. Students develop valuable relationships with one another and faculty that continue long after completion of the program.
The program's faculty are enthusiastic mentors and productive scholars. They are readily accessible in offices near those of the PhD students.
PhD students actively and regularly participate in informal research discussions and present their own work. PhD students also take part in research seminars given by the faculty and by invited faculty from other universities.
The faculty in marketing have received doctoral training at leading business schools and behavioral science departments. They are active researchers who publish regularly in high quality scholarly marketing journals. Many have or currently serve in editorial positions with prominent journals and are widely recognized. Many have had their research recognized with national research excellence awards.
Application at a Glance
You apply for admission through your program. Detailed instructions are available on the program’s website. The following are required for your application:
- Official Transcripts
- English Language Proficiency Requirement
- Financial Verification for International Applicants
Program-Specific Application Requirements:
- GMAT or GRE (UO Institution Code: 4846)
- Higher TOEFL/IELTS than UO minimums
- Letters of Recommendation
- Statement of Purpose
- Writing Sample
- Letter of Intent