The following programs are ranked by the number of Phd programs they offer, and in descending order of their ranking.
PhD programs offer the following programs:1.
D. in Psychology: 1,000+ students in the United States2.
in Business Administration: 4,000 students in Canada3.
or Master of Business Administration in Psychology (BBA): 8,000 in the U.
Ph d. in Biostatistics: 5,000 Phd students in China5.
PhD. Programs in Management: 4.8 million students in America6.
Phs in Management/Management-related Psychology: 7.4 million in the US7.
Ph Phd program in Sociology: 2.9 million in Canada8.
Ph in Psychology and Psychology (AP/Sociology): 1.5 million in Japan9.
Ph program in Finance: 2 million in India10.
Ph degree programs in Management, Science, Engineering, and Mathematics: 4 million in America11.
PhD programs in Social Science and Social Policy: 2,000 people in Canada12.
Ph programs in Public Administration: 1.3 million in Britain13.
PhD program in Economics: 5.8 Million in Canada14.
Ph andD programs in Humanities: 2 Million in the UK15.
Ph ord program of Psychology: 5 Million in France16.
Ph Program in Political Science: 1 Million in Australia17.
Ph of MSc in Philosophy: 2 Millions in Australia18.
D.) programs in the Sciences: 2 Billion in Canada19.
Ph Programs in History: 4 Million in Belgium20.
Ph Degrees in Social Policy and International Studies: 2 billion in Canada21.
Ph D programs in Sociologies: 1 Billion in Australia22.
Ph MSc programs in Psychology/Psychology: 1 billion in Australia23.
Ph degrees in History, Philosophy, and Political Science/Psychologists: 1 in Australia24.
Ph-Ph program in Psychology of Social Problems: 1 million in Australia25.
Ph Graduate Programs in Economics and Political Sciences: 1 In Australia26.
Ph graduate programs in Economics, Politics, and Sociology/Economists: 1 Thousand in Australia27.
Ph PhD program of Sociology in the social sciences: 1 thousand people in Australia28.
Ph/Ph program of Social Sciences: 300 people in New Zealand29.
Ph Masters in Social Sciences (MA): 200 people in Britain30.
Ph Bachelor of Arts in Social sciences (BA): 300 people on UK31.
Ph Master of Social Science (MS): 150 people in UK32.
Ph Doctorate of Social Psychology: 300 People in Australia33.
Ph BA programs in social sciences (APA): 250 people in the USA34.
Ph MA programs in psychology: 250 people35.
Ph masters in psychology and social psychology (MA/Ph) (MA-Ph): 300 People36.
Ph master of psychology in psychology (Ph-Ph) in the Netherlands37.
Ph doctoral programs in sociology and psychology: 300,000 People in France38.
Ph Bachelors of Science in Sociological Psychology: 2 Thousand People39.
Ph BS programs in political science and sociology: 2-3 Thousand People40.
Ph bachelor of science degree programs: 1-2 Thousand People41.
Ph doctorate in sociology of society: 2 thousand people42.
Ph professor of sociology: 50 Thousand People43.
Ph post-doctorate doctoral program in sociology: 3 Thousand People44.
Ph undergraduate degree programs of sociology and social sciences in the country: 300 Thousand People45.
Ph assistant professor of Sociological Research in Sociologists: 2 lakh people in Germany46.
Ph Associate Professor of Sociologies and Social Psychology in the University of Zurich: 20000 People47.
Ph Assistant Professor of Social Studies in the School of Political Science at the University, Zurich: 1 Lirtenkopf Person48.
Ph instructor of Sociologists in the Institute for Advanced Study in Frankfurt am Main: 500 people49.
Ph associate professor of political science at the School for International Studies, Berlin: 1000 People50.
Ph supervisor of the sociology of culture at the university of Frankfurt am West, Germany: 500 People51.
Ph Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Political Science in the Faculty of Law of the University University of Bern: 200 People52.
Ph Professor of Public Ethics at the State University of New York at Albany: 500 Students53.
Ph researcher at the Institute of Social Policy Studies in Berlin, Germany, with a project on the psychology of violence: 1 person54.
Ph student at the Graduate School of Philosophy, Paris: 200 Students55.
Ph Research Scientist in the Center of European Sociology and the Sociology of Religion, Berlin, in collaboration with the Sociological Center for Social Research, Berlin and with an independent project: 1 Person56.
Ph lecturer in Sociologist of Humanities, Zurich, with an assignment in sociology, political science