PhD students enrolled in the UNC Kenan-Flagler Finance and Real Estate doctoral program benefit enormously from the School’s international reputation for world-class research.
UNC Kenan-Flagler’s PhD Program is a rigorous, five-year program designed to train scholars to produce high-quality research as faculty members at top universities. We are small-sized purposely so that our key focus is close student-faculty collaboration and mentoring.
The Ph.D. in Business Administration is a full-time research-oriented program, designed to prepare graduates for academic teaching and research careers. The program includes core courses covering all business disciplines, combined with in-depth study in both theoretical and empirical aspects of finance. Students admitted to the finance program minor in economics, will complete a research.
The Ph.D. in Business Administration is a full-time research-oriented program, designed to prepare graduates for academic teaching and research careers. The program includes core courses covering all business disciplines, combined with in-depth study in both theoretical and empirical aspects of finance. Students admitted to the finance program minor in economics and will complete a research.
Students enter the CBMC program through application to either the Pharmaceutical Sciences program or the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program, a large umbrella program offering an entry to 16 PhD programs on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. The Figure below shows the overview of the CBMC program. To complete the CBMC graduate program, a student needs to pass 8 courses, cumulative exams.
If you wish to apply to both the MD-PhD Program and programs for PhD-only, you must apply to the MD-PhD Program through AMCAS and then to each UNC PhD program separately by submitting applications through the Graduate School. Information on applying to PhD programs at UNC can be found on the UNC Graduate School website.
The program focuses on the Ph.D. degree but students can also receive a Master degree while working toward their doctorate degree or as a terminal degree. We offer competitive scholarship and fellowship packages. Please, consult the rest of the site for additional information. The Graduate Program. Introduction; Graduate Degrees. Ph.D Requirements; Ph.D Field Requirements; Master’s Degree.
What aid is available? The School of Education and the University offer a range of financial support for graduate students. We also encourage you to apply for fellowships available through national, regional, and other foundation sources. Types of Graduate Financial Aid.
George H. Pink, Ph.D., is Humana Distinguished Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Senior Research Fellow at the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, and Deputy Director of the NC Rural Health Research Program, all at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Pink teaches courses in healthcare finance and is involved in several research.
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