The curriculum focuses on leadership, organizational change, and other strategic areas
of management in a distinctive integrated approach that blends theory and practice.
You'll become a “practitioner scholar” who designs, conducts, and successfully defends
a doctoral research project in the areas of organizational development and leadership,
using appropriate quantitative and/or qualitative research methods.
Webster's doctoral program encompasses a broad spectrum of theories and practices
in organizational strategy, behavior and change. With this unique approach, you will
develop the ability to critically evaluate and integrate fundamentally different concepts
in solving real-world problems, and create new knowledge.
Points of Distinction
- The Doctor of Management program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business
Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
- As a global university, Webster offers you the distinct advantage of benefiting from
the collective wisdom of faculty and alumni throughout the world who have knowledge
and experience in many disciplines.
- Courses taught by faculty with significant academic achievements and exceptional management
Webster's Doctor of Management (DMgt) program is taught by credentialed faculty:
Doctor of Management Alumni Spotlight
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Doctor of Management Academic Programs
To read about specific program requirements, learning outcomes and how to apply, click
on a program from the following list: