Freeman Ph. D.-Freeman Learning

Experience Freeman Learning

  • The Freeman PhD program is focused on preparing students to compile and publish cutting-edge research, as well as to teach in the areas of corporate finance, investments and financial accounting.
  • Our students focus on advanced topics in mathematical economics, price theory, econometrics, corporate finance and accounting, with specialized concentrations in Finance and Financial Accounting.
  • Students take Finance/Financial Accounting workshops and seminars, which provide a tight-knit community of thinkers and personalized faculty support. Students can also attend seminars in the economics department.
  • Students receive the financial and intellectual support necessary to develop excellent academic and scholarly careers, including comprehensive one-on-one faculty counsel for students who are developing papers.

Earn Career Capital

Upon graduating from our PhD program, you’ll have a prestigious Tulane degree proven to be desirable on the job market, premier teaching experience that will demonstrate your efficacy to employers and independent research opportunities that will help you set your intellectual agenda for life.

Career Capital
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Global Is Our Local

As a Freeman student, you’ll live in, study in, and love New Orleans. New Orleans is home to one of the largest ports in the world, booming businesses in sectors as diverse as energy, tourism, and aerospace, as well as attractive tax incentives. It’s no wonder that New Orleans leads the nation in business creation, and is quickly becoming the hottest spot for entrepreneurs in the region. What’s more, Tulane attracts students from all over the world, so that our world-class reputation has translated into a global business network.

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Peter Ricchiuti, William B. Burkenroad Jr. Professor of Practice in Equity Research and Senior Professor of Practice in Finance

Peter Ricchiuti, professor of practice in finance and founder of the Burkenroad Reports program, was interviewed by Biz...

Professor Jeffrey A. Barach, who taught marketing and management at the Freeman School for more than 40 years, died on...

Raphael Bostic, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, told a Tulane Business Forum audience on that despite uncertainties, he didn’t expect a recession in the near future.

August’s yield curve inversion was yet another warning sign that the U.S. could be headed for a recession, but in remarks...

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Life and learning at Tulane extends well beyond the classroom. Living in New Orleans creates unique opportunities that enrich professional and personal growth.

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