You’ll Learn How To

Be A Stronger Leader
Develop an action plan that leverages relevant current and emerging management and leadership concepts and theories.
Improve Employees’ Lives
Create a culture based on transformational leadership skills of coaching individuals while leading change in organizations.
Engage With Research
Design rigorous research that contributes to professional literature in response to practical problems in managing or leading organizations.
Solve Big Problems
Formulate effective solutions to complex real-world problems common to leading and managing organizations.
Find Practical Solutions
Apply current research and literature to practical problems commonly found in organizations and the practice of management and leadership.
Lead By Example
Model behavior indicative of ethical principles and practices in working with diverse individuals, groups, and organizations.

Why Earn A Doctor Of Management?

The Doctor of Management program is designed for those already in leadership positions or those who aspire to be leaders of their organizations looking to climb even further up in their organizational ladder.
Fine-tune your knowledge, explore emerging business trends and technologies, formulate and execute managerial solutions, and learn from the experiences of your mentors and colleagues.

Our Curriculum

Coursework that is relevant and challenging
Learn from expert faculty with rich experience in their fields and take advantage of a flexible and convenient online platform as well as a full suite of resources, providing you with the ability to balance school and life, while working toward your degree.

Course Requirements

Major Course Requirements (33 credits)

  • RES 7000 Research Foundations (3 credits)
  • RES 7480 Evidence-based Practice (3 credits)
  • RES 7105 Scholarly Argument I (3 credits)
  • RES 7302 Applied Research I (3 credits)
  • ORG 8510 Advanced Seminar: Leading Organizational Change (3 credits)
  • RES 7430 Applied Research II (3 credits)
  • ORG 8511 Advanced Topics in Performance Management (3 credits)
  • ORG 7101 Assessment Tools for Organizational Leadership (3 credits)
  • RES 7110 Scholarly Argument II (3 credits)
  • ORG 8522 Transformational Leadership: Coaching Top Executives (3 credits)
  • ORG 8534 Advanced Seminar: Human Resources Business Strategy (3 credits)

Elective Course Requirements (12 credits)

(Students select 4 courses from the following list)
  • FIN 7000 Behavioral Finance (3 credits)
  • FIN 8000 Corporate Finance (3 credits)
  • FIN 7010 Family Wealth Management (3 credits)
  • FIN 8010 Venture Capital (3 credits)
  • ORG 7102 Advanced Seminar: Leading and Management (3 credits)
  • ORG 7272 Group Process and Group Leadership in Organizations (3 credits)
  • ORG 8518 Professional and Business Ethics in Organizational Leadership (3 credits)
  • ORG 8550 Organizational Systems Theory (3 credits)

Capstone and Applied Doctoral Project Courses (9 credits)

  • ORG 8770 Doctoral Capstone Seminar (4 credits)
  • RES 8981 - 8985 Applied Doctoral Project (5 credits)

Applied Doctoral Project

Students completing an Applied Doctoral Project (ADP) must complete a minimum of 5 credits by registering for five terms of Applied Doctoral Project credit, one credit per term.

In-Residence Workshop

Students in this program have an In-Residence Workshop requirement. These workshops are a graduation requirement.The In-Residence Workshop Series prepares students for their Applied Doctoral Project and post-doctoral experiences.

Graduation Requirements

To be eligible for the Doctor of Management, a student must successfully complete the following:
The approved program consists of 54 credits
Applied Doctoral Project
A minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 in all coursework attempted at the university
Three non-credit In-Residence Workshops (RES 8001, RES 8002, RES 8003)

Program Faculty

With You Every Step of The Way