Robinson’s Ph.D. program in accountancy aims to graduate individuals who are highly qualified and sought after for faculty positions in research-oriented universities.
The program focuses on preparing students to critique and produce accounting research that is publishable in premier accounting journals. During the program, students take required doctoral seminars in accounting and research methodology as well as elective seminars in other areas consistent with their research interests (e.g., economics, finance and psychology). Students are expected to work closely with faculty to develop a research portfolio in addition to their required dissertation.
- Heba Abdel-Rahim
- University of Toledo
- Zhen Zhang
- Towson University
Journals Where Our Faculty Appear
- Accounting, Organizations, and Society
- Journal of Accounting Research
- Journal of Accounting and Economics
- Contemporary Accounting Research
Dr. Douglas Stevens