Students learn how to design, conduct, and publish rigorous research in scholarly journals such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations, and Journal of Applied Psychology, among others. Students also develop their teaching skills by working as teaching assistants and teaching their own courses.
Our goal is to qualify students for employment as college or university faculty, or for other research positions. You can see where our alumni are employed and learn about their research interests and substantial accomplishments, along with the interests and achievements of our students and diverse and distinguished Ph.D. faculty.
The demand for college, university, and other postsecondary teachers is expected to be strong, according to the 10-year projections by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The starting salary for new professors is frequently over $100,000, often accompanied by summer and travel support. Most positions offer substantial flexibility in schedule and the ability to choose research topics. Our typical graduate is in a tenure-track job, providing the opportunity to earn tenure after 6 years based on ones research, teaching, and service record.
* Independent Study in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Proseminar in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Seminar in Industrial Relations: A Survey of the Scholarly Literature
* Seminar in Human Resources: Macro Foundations
* Research Methods for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Multivariate Analysis for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Economics for Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Seminar in Human Resources: Micro Foundations
* Multilevel Theory and Research
* Organizational Behavior
* Organizatinal Theory
* Selected Problems in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* Research in Industrial Relations and Human Resources
* 2 official transcripts from every post-secondary institution
* 3 letters of recommendation (we give more weight to recommenders with an academic connection or background)
* A personal statement of about 500 words
* GRE or GMAT test scores-within the last 5 years
* TOEFL score if non-native English speaker- within last 5 years
* Application Fee
* Optional Requirements: A writing sample is highly recommended (especially a Master's or Honors thesis if completed)
* We also highly recommend that you assess the match between your personal interests and faculty research strengths and include this information in your personal statement.
English Language RequirementsTOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test: 79
Full-time students typically receive funding for a total of five years upon entering the program (assuming the availability of funding). Funded students are expected to work as research or teaching assistants for 15 hours per week during the academic year. Receipt of funding is contingent on continued satisfactory progress in the program, which requires demonstration of fluency in English, successful completion of all courses, preparation of a master's thesis, passing grades on the qualifying exam as scheduled, and defense of the doctoral dissertation.The funding includes a stipend for living expenses, plus tuition remission and health insurance. In addition, funded students are eligible for $3,500 each summer for teaching or working with faculty on research projects, and for financial support for conference travel and research expenses.
The Rutgers name is recognized everywhere, and a Rutgers degree makes a great first impression. Weve built our academic reputation on solid accomplishments:
* Rutgers is a memberso are Harvard, Yale, and Berkeleyof the prestigious Association of American Universities, the 61 leading research universities in North America.
* More than 175 Rutgers research centers support pioneering work in stem cells, climate change, DNA analysis, and more.
* Rutgers international reputation draws top students from more than 130 countries and all 50 states.