The PhD degree in Behavioral Marketing is a research degree that prepares students for academic positions at top research universities. Students choose the behavioral marketing track if they are interested in the psychological aspects of consumer behavior.
The Ph.D. in Behavioral Marketing
Faculty interests cover a variety of topics including Judgment and Decision-Making, Heuristics and Biases, Attitudes and Persuasion, Motivation, Goals, Cognition, and Emotions. A small number of students are accepted into the PhD Program in Behavioral Marketing each year. Students are encouraged to pursue research collaborations with multiple faculty, and to tailor their program of study to match their own unique interests.
The PhD in Behavioral Marketing is a research degree that prepares students for academic positions at top research universities. The program has an excellent placement record for PhD students, many of whom have gone on to secure tenure-track positions at top research institutions including Stanford, Northwestern, and Columbia.”
New joint concentration in Marketing and Psychology
PhD students admitted to the Behavioral Marketing program can apply to pursue a joint doctoral concentration in Psychology and Marketing. The primary expectation of Ph.D. students admitted to the program is that they (in collaboration with faculty members from both the Department of Psychology and Marketing group) develop a project spanning topics in Psychology and Consumer Behavior.