Doctor of Management
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Doctor of Management (D.M. or D.Mgt.) is a doctoral degree awarded on the basis of advanced study and research in management. The D.M. was introduced at Case Western Reserve in 1995, and several universities have since developed their own programs. The program is similar to a PhD in management, but additional to research, is "focused on developing the talents, skills and abilities of management-level staff"; compare Doctor of Business Administration.
To be admitted as a doctoral student, one must hold a management-related Master's degree, have sufficient managerial experience, and pass a comprehensive entrance exam. The student must then complete necessary coursework (typically focused on leadership and strategy, and including training in research methodology), perform independent research under supervision of a qualified doctoral advisor and pass the thesis defense, and, in some cases, teach examinable courses. The D.M. takes from four to six years to complete.
The degree is offered at the following universities:
- Caribbean International University
- Case Western Reserve University
- Colorado Technical University
- Kilis 7 Aralık University
- University of Hertfordshire
- Lawrence Technological University
- National School of Leadership
- Temple University - Fox School of Business
- University of Maryland University College
- University of Phoenix
- Walsh College
- Webster University
- Polytechnic University of Valencia
- Business education
- Doctor of Business Administration
- Doctor of Public Administration
- Doctor of Commerce
- Master of Management
- Master of Science in Management
- PhD in Management
- List of fields of doctoral studies: Business Management/Administrative Services
- "Doctor of Management Resource Center". Retrieved July 25, 2011.
- "A Degree of Difference: A Doctorate in Management". Retrieved February 22, 2012.
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