PhD Outcomes for Computation Graduates
In our first three years of operation, we have placed 15 of 19 (79%) of our Computation graduates in funded PhD programs.
4 were accepted at the University of Chicago for PhD study.
We only count results that are fully funded (tuition plus RA/TAship or stipend) for a minimum of 4 years.
PhD Placement by Discipline
In Economics, 4 of 8 applicants (50%) have funded offers. They include UChicago, Harvard, Northwestern, Cornell, UC-San Diego, Minnesota, Wisconsin-Madison, Michigan-Ann Arbor, Rochester, Brown, UPenn, Johns Hopkins, Penn State, UCLA, and CEMFI.
In Political Science, 1 of 1 applicants (100%) have funded offers. That person was accepted at Princeton.
In Psychology, 2 of 2 applicants (100%) have funded offers. They include UChicago (2), Yale, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Illinois-Urbana Champaign.
In Sociology, 3 of 3 applicants (100%) have funded offers. They include UChicago, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Northwestern, Ohio State, Rutgers, SUNY-Albany, and New Mexico.
9 students were accepted for the PhD in Business (MIT, Michigan-Ann Arbor, Cornell), Computer Science (Toronto), Criminology (UPenn, UC-Irvine, Maryland, UIC), Information Science (Cornell, Northwestern, Washington-Seattle, Indiana-Bloomington), and Public Policy (Cornell).