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Ph. D. Specialization

The HEC Montreal Ph.D. specialization in Information Technologies prepares students to become high-level, autonomous researchers. The curriculum emphasizes the mastering of research methods and the gaining of in-depth knowledge of the information technology literature. The knowledge thus acquired is applied during the conduct of the Ph.D. thesis. Over the course of the program, students are strongly encouraged to prepare – in collaboration with their supervisors – conference paper presentations and journal manuscript submissions. 

 

MAIN RESEARCH FIELDS

  • Acceptance of IT
  • E-govenment
  • Effects of simultaneous technology use
  • Enterprise information systems
  • Impacts of mobile applications
  • IT and pedagogy
  • IT for the healthcare sector
  • IT implementation 
  • IT project management
  • IT outsourcing and offshoring
  • IT use
  • NeuroIS
  • Strategic management of IT

 

RESEARCH CHAIRS AND OTHER GROUPS WORKING IN FIELDS LINKED TO THE SPECIALIZATION

 

 

  • Tech3Lab - co-directors : Pierre Marjorique Léger and Sylvain Sénécal
 


 

  • Our students receive: 
    • a guaranteed annual funding of $ 25,000 over four years (including funding from the Ph.D. program and subject to the funding conditions of program).
    • funds for participation in scientific conferences.

For all specialties teachers of the Education of Information Technology, please visit the following website:

http://www.hec.ca/en/it/

To access the website of the Ph.D. program:

http://www.hec.ca/en/programs/phd/

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