The Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership degree program provides learners who hold a professional master’s degree a means of exploring their personal readiness to become leaders in their professions or current organizations. Learners gain a mastery of leadership literature and demonstrate their competence by applying what they learn to current organizational environments.

Course #Course Title CreditsPrerequisite(s)Length
COM 705Communication Strategies13 weeks
LDR 711Transformational Leadership and Innovation38 weeks
SEM 700RDoctoral Program Orientation Seminar03 days
PHL 700RCreative and Critical Thinking35 days
RES 711Fundamental Principles of Sound Research38 weeks
PHL 716Knowledge of Theory and Practice38 weeks
PHL 717Constructing Meaning38 weeks
ORG 716Organizational Theory and Design38 weeks
MGT 716Management Philosophies38 weeks
DOC 721RDoctoral Seminar I23 days
RES 721Research Methods II38 weeks
DOC 722Doctoral Seminar II38 weeks
LDR 726The Dynamics of Group and Team Leadership38 weeks
ORG 726The Impact of Technology on Organizations38 weeks
MGT 726Emerging Managerial Practices38 weeks
ORG 727Organizational Diagnosis and Intervention38 weeks
DOC 731RCollaborative Case Study35 days
DOC 732RDoctoral Seminar III23 days
PHL 736Political Acumen and Ethics38 weeks
MGT 736Contemporary Systems Management38 weeks
LDR 736The Architecture of Leadership38 weeks
DOC 733Doctoral Project I38 weeks
DOC 734Doctoral Project II38 weeks
DOC 740RAnnual Renewal Residency03 days