SEMINAR SCHEDULE – All Doctoral Program seminars are offered in the same terms (spring or fall) and quarter each year that they are offered as shown in the table below. Part B seminars are offered every other year, while all the others are offered every year. Courses in gold shaded blocks are required of all Marketing Program students. All students must also take the Part A seminars. Students only need to take some of the Part B seminars depending upon if they choose the Behavioral or Quantitative track.
|Fall Q1||Fall Q2||Spring Q3||Spring Q4|
|MKTG950 (Part A)||MKTG951 (Part B) Odd years only||MKTG952 (Part A)||MKTG953 (Part B) Odd years only|
|MKTG954 (Part A)||MKTG955 (Part B) Even years only|
|MKTG956 (Part A)||MKTG957 (Part B) Odd years only|
|MKTG971||(spans both quarters)||MKTG972||(spans both quarters)|
|MKTG973||(spans both quarters)||MKTG974||(spans both quarters)|
SAMPLE SEMINAR SEQUENCE – Each student’s schedule will vary, depending upon which electives and basic courses they choose. The sample schedule below illustrates when students might take the Marketing seminars. The blue highlighted course numbers are the Quantitative Track seminars. The red highlighted course numbers are the Consumer Behavior Track seminars. Part B seminars alternate every other year, so this sequence will vary depending upon the year a student enters the program.
The non-marketing courses listed in this table will vary for each individual student. See the PhD Program Requirements for the list of non-marketing courses that are available to satisfy the Basic course requirements in Economics and Statistics.
YEARS 1 and 2
YEAR 1 – Quantitative Track
YEAR 2 – Quantitative Track
YEAR 1 – Consumer Behavior Track
YEAR 2 – Consumer Behavior Track
||Dissertation proposal defense MKTG 995|
||Final dissertation defense MKTG 995|