Coaching is the process that mobilizes strengths and realizes the potential of business individuals and organizations. The practice of coaching psychology embodies a skill set designed to optimize the performance of a person in an organization in areas including leadership, corporate, public service, healthcare and other professional services. “Coaching psychology can be understood as being the systematic application of behavioural science to the enhancement of work performance and well‐being for business individuals, groups and organisation.” Anthony Grant (2006).
A Theme Based & Practice Orientation
The Doctor of Business Administration program is designed around the completion of a Manuscript that focus on the current challenges facing business in today’s integrated world. Specific modules include:
- Mixed Research Methods
- Research Plan Perfecting Module
- Manuscript Preparation
- Manuscript Completion
- Research Presentation
By advancing coaching research, education, and practice, Monarch supports professional coaches and others who use coaching skills in their personal and professional lives. We are building a global coaching research community by bringing together leaders in the field to accelerate research progress and disseminate coaching’s best practices. We are realizing the coaching psychology mission of optimizing human potential via Business Research, Leadership and Applied Positive Psychology.
Dr. Arnon Levy – Professor of Coaching Psychology
Participant progress is assessed through the submission of various assignments per module. The program concludes with the completion of a doctoral manuscript. There are no exams within the program.
Dual Degree (Master/DBA)
Participants wishing to obtain the Master-in-Passing while completing the DBA program will be required to complete 5 core courses from the Doctor of Applied Leadership & Coaching program.
Candidates are able to progress through the program and develop their manuscript on a step-by-step basis providing a higher chance for completion.
The DBA in Coaching Psychology focuses on the acquisition of practical knowledge that is integrated through critical thinking to produce applied solutions to real world problems.
Participants demonstrate their mastery of critical thinking by integrating theory and practice to produce actionable outcomes on a selected coaching problem. The manuscript is typically 175 to 200 pages in length.
Candidates entering the program from non-business faculties or lacking a business oriented Master degree must complete 5 core courses from the Doctor of Applied Leadership & Coaching program as leveling courses.
Program Start Date
The program has a rolling admission and be started at any time.
The standard duration of the program is 36 months. Students may take up to 60 months to complete the program.
The study mode for the program is fully online. The manuscript may also be presented online. There is no requirement for a Candidate to attend on campus. However, Candidates may attend doctoral workshops on campus if they desire.
Program Open To
- Graduates from accredited Master programs.
- Bachelor students with a minimum of 5 years managerial experience.
- Candidates lacking the above with substantial managerial experience may be admitted to the program at the discretion of the Dean.
Please see the tuition schedule under the “Admission” tab in the main menu of the website.
Join the Monarch Coaching Psychology DBA and Take A Leadership Position In Your Organization.