Doctor of Management - Organizational Development and Change

Organizations are constantly reevaluating their processes so they can run more effectively, react to innovations in the industry in a more timely manner and become more profitable. Successful managers are able to adapt to changes that affect the well-being of their organization while still fulfilling their current leadership roles. CTU's Doctor of Management with a concentration in Organizational Development and Change degree provides students with the opportunity to develop expertise in a specialized area of management specifically geared toward strategic organizational change so as to become the managers who can adapt to and lead change.

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CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission

  • Classes start in 4 Weeks

  • Total Credits  96

This program is available at the following campuses and/or online: Online

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  • Concentrations

    Organizational Development and Change is just one of the industry-relevant concentrations CTU offers in the Doctor of Management degree program. Choose the option below that best supports your educational goals.

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  • Career Paths

    CTU's Doctor of Management degree builds on the foundation of a master’s degree to help prepare students for senior level leadership, consulting, and teaching positions within business, government, nonprofit organizations, and higher education. DM students in this concentration are educated to discover new solutions to unsolved problems as a leader within global organizations. Students develop analytic and research skills to define problems, study advanced content knowledge to discover innovative solutions, and practice consulting and leadership techniques to facilitate innovative change in organizations, communities, and society. Using these skills, graduates may find opportunities as leaders within nonprofit organizations and businesses, as consultants, or as faculty within higher education.

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  • Curriculum

    The following courses are specific to the Organizational Development and Change concentration. To view courses that must be completed for all Doctor of Management degrees, visit the Doctor of Management overview page.

    • Organizational Strategy & Design
    • Current Topics in Organizational Development
    • Leading and Managing Large Scale Transformation
    • System Thinking and Decision Making
    • Advanced Career Strategies in Organizational Development and Change

    Students are required to attend an intensive two and half day residential symposium twice annually. The symposia are scheduled four times throughout the year and doctoral students are welcome to attend all four symposia available. First term doctoral students will have an additional required CTU student orientation the day prior to the residential symposium for returning students.

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  • Graduation Requirements

    In addition to the successful completion of all 96 credit hours with an acceptable GPA, students must also satisfactorily complete and defend their research with a dissertation.

    The dissertation requires a literature review and a research proposal. The research proposal must be approved by the student’s committee, consisting of a mentor and two readers. The dissertation is an extensive document that incorporates the literature review, a major study, and a proposal for further investigation. The dissertation must be approved by the student’s committee.

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