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Academic Excellence with Proven Outcomes
The Doctor of Management Programs at the Weatherhead School of Management offer a world-class practitioner-oriented doctorate education in management. Take your thinking and professional career to new heights at a highly distinguished research university and become a rigorous management scholar around relevant problems encountered as professionals.
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The Doctor of Management programs prepare executives to create social, intellectual and economic value for their organizations and society at large. Students obtain immediate value in the programs so they can apply research knowledge to their work within their first year while completing significant, high-quality research relevant to their organization.
A History Rooted in Excellence
The Weatherhead School of Management has been a strong innovator and advocate for practitioner focused doctoral degrees. Launched in 1995, the Doctor of Management program is the world’s first of its kind with a three-year lockstep management doctoral program consisting of four on-campus and two virtual residencies per semester. The program comes with the unique option to pursue a PhD in Management: Designing Sustainability Systems program at Case Western Reserve University. If you are a working professional looking to achieve a rigorous doctoral degree in management through a research-focused, structured and comprehensive program, look no further.
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- Identify problem of practice
- Understand & synthesize relevant literature
- Complete conceptual paper
- Initiate qualitative research project
- Complete qualitative research paper
- Develop theoretical model
- Initiate quantitative research project
- Complete quantitative research paper
- Complete dissertation composed of qualitative and quantitative research projects
- Integrate research projects into dissertation