University of Pittsburgh: Research Pioneers
The Katz PhD Program is proud to be a part of the University of Pittsburgh, a world-renowned research pioneer, and to contribute to Pitt's achievements in multidisciplinary research. From its position of strength in traditional disciplines, the University of Pittsburgh extends the frontiers of knowledge and creative endeavor.
Behavioral Reseach Center
The new Business Research Center is a shared asset for all Katz/CBA faculty and students, providing a variety of services that support data collection for behavioral research on business-related topics. The primary goal of the BRC will be to enhance the research productivity of Katz/CBA faculty by minimizing the operational costs, both time and money, of conducting research. The primary services provided will be maintaining (1) data collection facilities and equipment, (2) a substantial participant pool, and (3) efficient staffing for conducting state-of-the-art experimental research. The BRC will contribute to Pitt’s reputation for excellence in academic research, and enhance our ability to attract and retain the very best scholars.
Faculty/Doctoral Student Research
Our faculty members develop relationships with our students that result in research collaboration that often lasts well beyond the doctoral program experience.
- PhD in Accounting Collaborative Research
- PhD in Business Analytics and Operations Collaborative Research
- PhD in Finance Collaborative Research
- PhD in ISTM Collaborative Research
- PhD in Marketing Collaborative Research
- PhD in OBHRM Collaborative Research
- PhD in Strategic Management Collaborative Research
The University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School PhD Program invests more than $1 million annually to support faculty and student research. In addition, the University of Pittsburgh provides numerous resources to support research endeavors. Listed below are just a few of the resources available to our faculty and doctoral student researchers.