Posted by Walid Ali on 07/14/19 11:09am
I am enthusiastic in making a PhD in Risk Management for advancing a professional career in consultation and training in particular.
So, could you please advice on a DBA program or a pathway that could satisfy my goal about getting the best available professional doctorate in risk management?
Thank you very much for your attention
Posted by thomas.graf on 07/15/19 11:06am
thank you for your question. We cannot provide individual recommendations but we suggest a general approach to identify quality DBA programs. Please check our article on [How to identify quality DBA programs?](https://www.dba-compass.com/rankings/).
So far for the general approach. Next, in terms of risk management, the key will be the professors. You need a supervisor of your dissertation, who is publishing in risk management. Consequently, you need to find a DBA program at an institution with at least one professor, who publishes in risk management.
Spontaneously, I have to think of m yown professor Luis Gomez-Mejia, who teaches at the W. P. Carey School of Business but also occasionally at IE Business School.
But apart from him, identifying the professor-dba-combination will be your key to risk management. Clearly, this requires some investigation work on your side but eventually it will increase the chance of finding a satisfactory DBA program.
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