Doctor of Management

Colorado Technical University’s Doctor of Management program offers you the opportunity to develop management expertise in one of several concentrations. CTU's Doctor of Management program is designed to help enable you to develop a leadership style that can allow you to critically evaluate, analyze and solve problems – and ultimately work toward making key contributions – to your field.

The Doctor of Management degree features:

  • 13 concentrations to choose from
  • An online curriculum with a residency component
  • Multiple start dates throughout the year
  • An opportunity to complete the program in three years
  • Dissertation development integrated into the program
  • In-person symposium experiences

At CTU, students come first. Our flexible online course schedule helps you to build a class schedule around your schedule. And with grants and scholarships available for those who qualify, a degree from CTU can be both achievable and affordable. Learn more below or fill out the form to speak with an admissions advisor.

Relevant Institutional/Programmatic Accreditation
CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org

CLASSES START

  • October 01, 2019
  • November 12, 2019
  • January 07, 2020

TOTAL CREDITS

100

PROGRAM AVAILABILITY

  • Online

Program Details

  • Degree Requirements

    Courses for this degree are dependent upon the concentration chosen.

    Please see the Related Degree tab for available concentrations.

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  • Admission Requirements

    Program Areas of Focus

    The program emphasizes three areas of focus: Research and Writing; Leadership and Change Management; and the specific concentration discipline.

    Graduation Requirements

    In addition to the successful completion of 100 credit hours with an acceptable GPA, students must also satisfactorily complete their research proposal and final dissertation. The research proposal must be approved by the student’s Research Supervisor and University Reviewer. The dissertation, which must be approved by the student’s dissertation committee, is an extensive document that includes the research study. In addition, graduation requires presentation of the final dissertation.

    Symposium

    Doctoral programs at Colorado Technical University require a residential symposium. Additional information about CTU's doctoral symposium can be located in the Doctoral Symposium section of this catalog.

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1. As a Doctoral degree program, this program is designed as a 36 month program; however; many factors will impact your time to completion, including course loads, proficiency and/or transfer credits and breaks