Students in the SFU Beedie PhD program take advanced study in one of eight specializations which branch out from the sub-disciplines:
Address accounting problems by applying the insights and tools gained from economics, finance, mathematics and statistics.
Collaboratively develop your own curriculum to meet the challenges and opportunities of business and finance theory and practice.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Engage with evolving contexts of national and global importance, and learn to apply innovation and entrepreneurship theory to challenges such as meeting climate emission goals and developing and adopting personalized medicine solutions.
Explore a deeper understanding of the organizational relationships of the multinational enterprise in the sociocultural, sociopolitical, institutional and economic contexts.
Choose from three tracks: Behavioural Marketing, Quantitative Marketing and Marketing Strategy. Each track allows students to focus on the area that best suits their background and interests.
Examine the behaviour of individuals, groups and organizations, and study the theory and methods from a broad range of disciplines.
Gain an understanding of the sources of the organization’s success and failure in an effort to create and defend a competitive advantage in changing environments.
Sustainability and Organizational Change
Engage in issues that are relevant to both public and private interests and gain the research skills required to create both positive organizational outcomes and broader social and environmental impact.