DOCTOR OF MANAGEMENT

DOCTOR OF MANAGEMENT 

Specialization:

Public Management

Development Management

 

Description

 

            Opened in June 2002, the Doctor of Management is Level 1 ACSCU Accredited . The program is continually being assessed to meet the contemporary challenges that managers and administrators in government and developing communities have to cope with. These challenges are most demanding and complex and must be met with an equally complex and adequate responses. Hence, this degree program is designed for pofessionals who aim to advance their management knowledge, skills, and competencies anchored on management theories, strategic planning ,organizational leadership, administrative change and innovation. The degree is conferred  to professional individuals on the basis of advanced study and research in the applied science and practice of professional management. 

 

Objectives  

 

  1. To promote a deeper understanding of the relationship between the theory and practice of public/private and development management by allowing students  to discover by themselves the validity of the major ideas about private/public management in the context of actual situations;
  2. To encourage a careful examination of practical management problems in government and private organizations as well as the community through presentation of both contemporary and past cases involving major events that demonstrates the complexity, centrality, and challenges of the current management processes in businesses of both public and private organizations; and
  3. To provide a broader framework for students and practitioners against which they can think about issues of productivity improvements in government,private organizations and community which have economic, social and mamagerial dimensions.

 

Outcomes

            At the end of the program, students shall have the ability to:

 

  1. demonstrate sound Christian values and professionalism in their chosen career;
  2. promote a deeper understanding of the relationship between the theory and practice of business, public and private and development management by discovering the validity of the major ideas about private and public management in the context of actual situations;
  3. examine practical management problems in government and private organizations as well as community through the presentation of both contemporary; and past cases involving major events that demonstrates the complexity, centrality, and challenges of the current management processes in business of both public and private organizations;
  4. understand broader framework of issues of productivity improvements in government, private organizations and community which have economic, social, and managerial dimensions; and
  5. exhibit ethical, moral, and responsible character of manager or leader whose utilization of knowledge, technological capabilities, and service to fellowmen are based on Christian faith and values.

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