Doctor of Management (D.Man.)

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The Doctor of Management programme focuses on developing professionals with higher critical thinking skills in the field of management. It is designed to cater the needs of high-achieving business professionals who which to advance their career as well as personal growth.

BENEFITS

Aside from enables you to stand out amongst the others with your academic achievement, obtaining this degree may give employers the impression that you are aim high for your academic and personal growth, as well as your will to learn, may enable you a higher position in management areas.

CAREER OUTCOMES

  • Academic
  • Consultant
  • Management
  • Entrepreneur
  • Top Executives

AWARD & RECOGNITION

The following doctorate awards could be earned through the DTR or DTP options at EIU– Paris. The doctorate qualification is conferred by EIU – Paris; a French government recognized degree-granting body. The university is recognized by the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research, and is registered as a private higher education institute in accordance to and in compliance with the French Education Act: Code de l’Education Articles L 444-1 to 444-11 and R 444-1 to 444-28.

  • Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.)
  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
  • Doctor of Psychology (Psych.D.)
  • Doctor of Management (D.Man.)

ENTRY & APPLICATION CRITERIA

a) For Doctorate-through-Research (DTR) candidates intending to qualify for a doctorate
degree at EIU-Paris should:

1. Submit completed application form, along with the enrollment fee (first Installment) of
2,499 Euro to EIU bank account (of the total 4,999 Euro fee)
2. Submit the required supporting statements (statement of intent) in the application form
3. Submit all previous education qualification documents
4. Submit One passport size photo (in formal attire)
5. Submit Passport Copy (photo page) and/or Copy of National ID Card
6. Submit a full cv including all research outputs
7. Be likely to meet the required standard for a PhD
8. Include evidence of a unifying theme across the publications/outputs
9. Include evidence of originality
10. Include evidence of research skills equivalent to those expected of a traditional PhD
student in the relevant discipline

b) For Doctorate-through-Publication (DTP):

1. Submit completed application form, along with the enrollment fee (first Installment) of
2,499 Euro to EIU bank account (of the total 4,999 Euro fee)
2. Submit the required supporting statements (statement of intent) in the application form
3. Submit all previous education qualification documents
4. Submit One passport size photo (in formal attire)
5. Submit Passport Copy (photo page) and/or Copy of National ID Card
6. Submit a full cv including all publications and research outputs
7. Submit a brief summary of the relevant publications and/or portfolio materials to be
included in the final doctorate submission
8. Compile and submit evidences of substantial body of work and skills that can be considered
to be the equivalent of a traditional PhD at the beginning of the writing‐up process
9. Be likely to meet the required standard for a PhD
10. Include evidence of a unifying theme across the publications/outputs
11. Include evidence of originality
12. Include evidence of research skills equivalent to those expected of a traditional PhD
student in the relevant discipline

REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEGREE

  1. Substantial published work (published texts or creative output) that must be in the public
    domain prior to submission for examination for the award. Note that: The number of
    publications will depend on both the academic area and the type of publication included in
    the submission. Such publications may include academic papers, chapters, monographs,
    books, scholarly editions of a text, technical reports, creative work in relevant areas, or other
    artifacts.
  2. Where the candidate is not the first author in co‐authored papers and there is no published
    statement as to the contribution of each author, the extent of their contribution should be
    normally be certified by at least one co‐author.
  3. Normally, the majority of the publications should have been published, but it will be
    possible to include some publications which are in press or which have been accepted for
    publication.
  4. Publications included in the submission for a PhD by Publication should not have been used
    in the submission for another research degree.
  5. Publications should demonstrate that the quality, extent and level of research undertaken is
    at least equivalent to that expected of a traditional PhD student who has reached the end of the
    writing‐up stage.
  6. An introductory section demonstrating that the published works contain unifying themes
    and comprise a coherent body of academic work that meets the requirements for the award of
    PhD.

INTRODUCTORY SECTION

1. Set the published work or creative output in the context of existing literature and evaluate
the contribution that the research makes to the advancement of the chosen subject or
professional area
2. Stress the coherence of the publications, linking them to the methodology adopted
3. Demonstrate the acquisition and utilization of appropriate research skills equivalent to
those of a traditional PhD student who has reached the end of the writing‐up stage
4. Include a section relating to the candidate’s research methodology. This is particularly
relevant if detail regarding methodology is not included in the publications. The PhD is about
rigor of research process as well as the originality of the outcomes
5. In cases where the works are jointly authored by the applicant and other persons, the
introductory section should also describe the roles played by those joint authors, and contain
percentage estimates of the applicant’s input into each jointly authored work.
6. Be approximately 5,000 words in length, exceptionally, where the complexity or volume of
the work requires further analysis a higher word count may be submitted, up to a maximum
of 10,000 words.

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

a) For Doctorate-through-Research (DTR):

  1.  Submit stand-alone, and/or compilation of research-based-written-work (minimum 10,000 words and maximum 30,000 words).
  2.  Defend the submission (scholarly work in the form of research paper, previous publication or portfolio) in front of a panel of expertise consisting of both internal and
    external examiners from EIU (oral examination). *Note: Could be completed via Skype as well.
  3.  Demonstrate that the scholar has thoroughly and critically investigated specific area of research and made an independent and original contribution to the existing body of
    knowledge as well as professional practice.

b) For Doctorate-through-Publication (DTP):

  1. Submit a scholarly-publication or portfolio with an introduction segment describing how all items in the compilation of previous publication as well as portfolio consistently
    demonstrate contribution to the existing body of knowledge and practice in a specialized field of expertise (minimum 5,000 words and maximum 10,000 words).
  2.  Defend the submission (scholarly work in the form of research paper, previous publication or portfolio) in front of a panel of expertise consisting of both internal and
    external examiners from EIU (oral examination). *Note: Could be completed via Skype as well.
  3. Demonstrate that he/she has thoroughly and critically investigated specific area of research and made an independent and original contribution to the existing body of
    knowledge as well as professional practice.

Examples of Materials acceptable for Portfolio Submission (requires collection of evidence that documents and authenticates processes and outputs)

• Project reports
• Published
books/chapters/articles/manuscripts
• Project materials
• Patents
• Software programs
• Surveys
• Maps
• Multimedia packages
• Feedback from project sponsors
• Design materials
• Conference papers
• CD/DVD/video/film presentations
• Exhibitions/productions

Examples of Materials acceptable for Publication Submission

• Refereed articles or papers in journals
• Conference proceedings
• Monographs
• Books
• Chapters in books

THE ROLE OF A SUPERVISOR

The nominated supervisor will act in a similar role to that of a supervisor for a standard PhD Project, but with more emphasis on being a mentor to the candidate. They will act as a source of support and guidance during the preparation of the research material for examination (oral defense) and for administration of the examination (oral defense) process. The supervisor will:

  • Guide the candidate in the final selection of publications for inclusion in the submission; Support and advise on the development of the introductory section;
  • Guide the candidate in relation to the coherence of the body of work to be submitted; Advise the candidate in relation to any research training requirements:
  • Make arrangements for the examination (oral defense), including nomination of the examining team;
  • Support the candidate through the examination (oral defense) process.

The Examiners’ Main Tasks may be Interpreted as to:

  • Evaluate the intellectual merit of the candidate’s cited published and/or creative work;
  • Establish if a satisfactory case is made for coherence between the publications/outputs;
  • Assess the contribution to knowledge represented by the publications/portfolio and made apparent in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the rigor with which the candidate has contextualized and analyzed his/her publications/portfolio in any critical appraisal;
  • Evaluate the appropriateness of the methods employed in the research and the correctness of their application;
  • Assess the candidate’s contribution to the various phases of the research embodied in multi‐ authored works;
  • Establish the candidate’s ‘ownership’ of the published work and appreciation of the state of [historical and current] knowledge within the candidate’s research area;
  • Assess the candidate’s research skills in terms of his/her potential as a continuing, independent researcher.

LIST OF SUPERVISORS AND/OR EXAMINERS

1. DR. EDWARD ROY KRISHNAN, M.A. Curr. & Instruc. (Michigan), M.B.A., Ed.D., Ph.D. Psych. (Paris).
2. DR. ISHA DARAMY, Ph.D. LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT (USA), LLM, MSW, MS in Intercultural Human Rights Law, LLB/JD, BS LEGAL STUDIES.
3. DR. JOHAN VAN ROOYEN, PhD Economics, Edinburg University, MBA Economics, Harvard Business School, BSc Industrial Engineering, University of Pretoria, BA HR, University of Pretoria.
4. DR. HERMANN GRUENWALD, Ph. D. Adult and Higher Education Administration, Master of Education – Professional and Continuing Education, Master of Business Administration (Finance), Master of Architecture, Dipl. Ing. (FH) (Architectural Engineering Degree).
5. DR. ANNA FAUNGFAH AMPONSTIRA, PhD in Management, MBA, MA in Mass Communication, BA in English Communication
6. DR. VICHUDA STHALANAND, PhD, MA, BA.

DOCTORATE DISSERTATION GUIDE

PROGRAMME FEATURES

  • Materials 9
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  • Duration 12 - 18 Months
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 0
  • Certificate No
  • Assessments Yes

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