D.B.A. Residencies

By participating in a Walden residency, you’ll gain skills that are important in your development as a scholar-practitioner. Through your residency experience, you can expand your network of peers and faculty members while you develop critical-thinking, research, and writing skills. You will attend two four-day residencies to complete your program requirements.

Residency 1
Residency 1 orients you to the program, providing a program overview and discussions relating to your doctoral study capstone project. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with peers, faculty members, and academic and other staff advisors.

  • Timing: Can be completed as soon as you begin your program; should be taken within 90 days of completion of the Foundations course (DDBA 8005)
  • Format: Seminars and college colloquia

Residency 2
Residency 2 focuses on strategies to help you with the completion of your doctoral study and capstone project.

  • Timing: To be taken just prior to the start (or during the beginning stages) of your doctoral study project
  • Format: Seminars and college colloquia

Learn more about goals and outcomes for the D.B.A. residencies.

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Plenary Speakers

Marc and Craig Kielburger, co-founders of the nonprofit organization Free The Children, spoke at the Atlanta residency in September. View their plenary session.