Curious about a PhD in Consumer Behavior & Family Economics?
More than ever, the world needs innovative and compassionate problem-solvers who understand the interconnectedness of our most pressing global challenges. The University of Wisconsin–Madison Consumer Behavior & Family Economics PhD prepares leaders for exactly this work.
We’ll be holding a few info sessions this fall to provide an overview of how we work to support our graduate students through committed faculty advising, funding opportunities, research and scholarship.
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An emphasis on publication and dissemination, including support to attend professional conferences
Opportunities to conduct applied research that informs public policy-making and private sector strategies
A focus on teaching, teaching experiences, outreach, and presenting findings for the public
Conducting field-based research using real-world programs, policies, and data
Students are fully funded
If you can’t make our info sessions, we encourage you to take a look at our program and reach out with any questions.