Doctor of Business Leadership

The Doctor of Business Leadership (DBL) is designed to prepare senior executives to more effectively assume overall leadership responsibility within a substantial multi-business unit organisation operating in intensely competitive national and global mark.

The Doctor of Business Leadership (DBL) involves a learning journey that has been identified by corporate leaders, their boards and past DBL participants as vital preparation to deal with increasingly complex and dynamic contexts. Students will have an appreciation of the role corporate leadership has in securing socially responsible outcomes.

Torrens’ Doctor of Business Leadership is offered both part-time and full-time purely online.

CRICOS CODE
03389E

Key Study Outcomes:

About the School

This course is provided by Australian Graduate School of Leadership at Torrens University Australia. RTO 41343 CRICOS 03389E

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Course Delivery

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Workload and Assessment

No. of timetabled hours per week:

Students would normally be expected to devote 20 hours per week for 48 weeks per year to their studies part-time (or full-time equivalent). Students may be granted cumulative leave of absence for up to 12 months during their study with the approval of the University’s Research Committee.

Typical assessment includes:

The Doctor of Business Leadership commences with four coursework double-subjects covering leadership theories and practice, case analyses, leadership ethics and leadership issues, which provide a background of relevant leadership knowledge, research skills and insights required for the second stage of the course.

Following completion of the four coursework double-subjects, under supervision candidates evolve and critique (and, if necessary, re-think) a personal contingent leadership paradigm through documentation and analysis of personal leadership experiences, which is then submitted for external examination.