PhD Programs

A PhD, or Doctor of Philosophy, is a postgraduate degree conferred by universities. It is the top academic degree available in a field.

The completion of a PhD can result in significantly improved career prospects. Students or professionals interested in leadership, academia, consulting, research and entrepreneurship, a PhD degree can offer an advantage or a required qualification.

Many universities around the world offer PhD programs. It is common for students to specialize in a field such as Business, Engineering, Natural Sciences, Medicine, Sustainability, Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities, etc.

The variety of different PhD programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular PhD degrees listed below.

Newly added PhDs

SMC University

PhD in Political Economy

June 17, 2017
The PhD / Doctorate in Political Economy is an extensive study of the political and diplomatic trends of today, requiring learned to have a solid background in the field both academically and professionally.

Auburn University

PhD in Computer Science and Software Engineering

June 14, 2017
For students interested in the Ph.D program, it requires a a master’s degree or successful completion of a minimum of one academic year of graduate study, from an institution of recognized standing in an area related to the proposed doctoral study. All applicants must submit Graduate Record Examination scores for the general test.

African School of Economics

PhD in Economics

June 8, 2017
The ASE PhD program in Economics provides doctoral training in Economics modeled after some of the best programs in North America. It is open to students who successfully complete their MMES, MBA or MPA programs at ASE, but is also open to candidates coming from other programs who already hold a Master degree.