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If you are a professional seeking to become a leader in the global business world, the Doctor of Management in Global Leadership program at Colorado Technical University could help prepare you for this career goal. Read on for more information about the Doctor of Management in Global Leadership program.
The Doctor of Management in Global Leadership program at Colorado Technical University combines online instruction, mentored research projects, and residential sessions to help students develop management, organizational, and strategic thinking skills. Topics addressed in concentration courses include cultural diversity in global organizations, change management, leadership principles, and global strategies for corporate managers. Core classes focus on research techniques, management fundamentals, and business ethics. Students have the opportunity to complete a research project in a global organization in addition to developing publishable research projects through 12 mentored courses offered throughout the program.
You could have current or prior experience working in a business environment. Previous courses emphasizing management development, communication and organizational skills, and research methods can be helpful. Applicants to all of Colorado Technical University's programs must have a high school diploma or equivalent; some programs have additional requirements.
Colorado Technical University's Doctor of Management in Global Leadership program requires the completion of 96 credits. This requirement consists of 66 credits in the core curriculum and 30 credits in concentration courses. In addition, a dissertation or research paper option must also be completed and a residential symposium attended twice per year.
Global Leadership Course Requirements
|Course Code||Course Name|
|MGMT 800||Fundamentals of Management|
|MGMT 801||Research and Writing I|
|MGMT 805||Research Methods and Design|
|MGMT 806||Research and Writing II|
|MGMT 810||Qualitative and Ethnographic Methods|
|MGMT 811||Research and Writing III: Action Research Theory|
|MGMT 815||Quantitative Methods|
|MGMT 816||Research and Writing IV: The Practice of Action Research|
|MGMT 821||Research and Writing V: Process Consulting and Intervention Theory|
|MGMT 826||Research and Writing VI: The Practice of Process Consulting and Intervention|
|MGMT 831||Research and Writing VII|
|MGMT 836||Research and Writing VIII|
|MGMT 840||Philosophy of Science, Values, and Ethics|
|MGMT 841||Research and Writing IX|
|MGMT 846||Research and Writing X|
|MGMT 851||Research and Writing XI|
|MGMT 856||Research and Writing XII|
|Course Code||Course Name|
|GL 820||The Influence of Culture on Global Organizations|
|GL 825||Global Leadership and Trans-Organizations|
|GL 830||Advanced Action Research|
|GL 835||Special Topics in Global Leadership|
|GL 850||Strategic Thinking in Global Organizations|
|GL 855||Futuring and Innovation for Global Leadership|
Graduates of Colorado Technical University's Doctor of Management in Global Leadership program could apply leadership skills they might have developed to management positions in a variety of global industries. They could qualify for jobs in manufacturing, e-commerce, telecommunications, production, or project management. Positions graduates could pursue include:
CTU does not guarantee employment or salary. University grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the University's catalog and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.