Capella University's online Business Management Education program allows you to develop advanced teaching techniques designed to advance your career. Designed for students who wish to become scholars, with the skills and knowledge to teach, consult or lead, this program features a curriculum embedded with leadership theory.
You'll investigate the pivotal role that leadership plays in: managing a classroom, choosing the right learning tools, and developing your educational philosophy.
As part of this specialization, you may apply for and receive a Post-Master's Certificate in College Teaching from Capella, in addition to your PhD.
You'll also have the opportunity to participate in Capella's international experience. This optional trip is designed to provide multinational networking, increased cultural literacy and global operations learning experience.
The Building Blocks of Your PhD
Your PhD in Business Management Education program includes 4 integrated components: online coursework, hybrid courseroom experiences that include online and in-person components (called colloquia or residencies), comprehensive exams, and dissertation. Each facet of your education builds on the others to take you through your program and to your goal of a PhD.
View a sample course sequence to understand program timing and see how your coursework, colloquia, comprehensive exams, and dissertation all fit together.
With your PhD in Management Education from Capella, you'll learn to integrate theory and knowledge of management sciences into viable educational formats. You'll also learn to apply strategies, techniques, and methods of instructional assessment and evaluation to effectively assess learning and improve instruction. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.
Common jobs with an online PhD in Management Education include consultant, dean or associate dean of a business program, director of academic programs, trainer/training specialist or training director. Potential workplaces include community college, consulting firm, corporation, government, land-based or online college or university, public/private education or nonprofit organization.