Doctor of Philosophy in Organizational Development and Leadership - Risk Management
This program is not intended to lead to certification or licensure.^
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Be ready for anything. This specialization includes researching the theoretical and practical study of risk management – the process of planning, organizing, and controlling the activities of an organization in order to minimize the effects of risk on the organization – and adding to the field of organizational development and leadership.
The PhD in Organizational Development and Leadership resembles the traditional practitioner model for the student who desires more preparation in the application of research, statistics, assessment, and related methodologies.
Your PhD program delves deeper than curriculum for the Risk Management Specialization at the Master’s level. This program includes a more extensive research component and broader applications through coursework. The PhD further enriches your research through the process of proposing, writing, and defending a dissertation.
To complete the requirements of this specialization, you must attend in-residence weekends in Denver (Friday midday to Sunday midday - dates TBD) for courses ORG 7101, ORG 8518, and ORG 8180. Please refer to these Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about this in-residence requirement.
This program of study does not meet, nor is intended to meet, the requirements for professional licensure in the State of Colorado. The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Organizational Development and Leadership, Risk Management Specialization program is not a licensure program.
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Organizational Development and Leadership, Risk Management Specialization program is not a licensure program. The University of the Rockies cannot confirm whether its courses or programs meet requirements for professional licensure in your state. For information regarding professional licensure requirements in your state, you should contact the applicable licensing board or agency in your state and determine whether the program meets requirements for licensure in the state where you reside.
For more information about on-time completion rates, the median loan debt of students who completed each program, and other important information, please visit http://www.rockies.edu/ophdodl.
^The Risk Management Specialization in the Doctor of Philosophy is not a licensure program and does not prepare an individual to become a licensed psychology professional. University of the Rockies does not represent that this program meets certification or licensure requirements in any state. It is the student’s responsibility to review any state certification or licensure requirements in their intended field of employment.