The PhD in Information Systems seeks to train future researchers to analyze and understand the multifaceted impact of information systems and technologies on individuals, organizations and society. Students consider the positive and negative consequences of information systems as well as the moral and ethical dilemmas introduced in societies coordinated by and highly dependent upon information systems.
Here are some reasons to consider the PhD in Information Systems at Baylor University.
- Our faculty have diverse research interests with experience publishing in the most respected journals in our discipline, such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Journal of Management Information Systems and many others.
- Our current PhD students and graduates are diverse in terms of their backgrounds, nationalities and interests.
- Our PhD in IS program is a STEM-designated program.
- Students accepted into our program receive four years of funding, which includes a stipend, tuition remission and subsidized health insurance.
Our program admits students in even-numbered years. The application deadline for the Fall 2024 cohort is January 15, 2024.