The First Degree

Students have started graduating from what is thought to be the world’s first taught doctorate programme specific to coaching and mentoring. Liz Hall looks at Oxford Brookes’ new offer In 2004, Grant and Zackon1 identified that most coaches are graduates and that many possess a higher degree. They recommended that universities should develop doctorate programmes in coaching. Oxford Brookes University Business School started its Doctor of Coaching & Mentoring (DCM) programme in 2007 to meet this growing need. Programme leader, Elaine Cox, says: “More and more employers are looking for evidence in coaches of a combination of in-depth understanding of […]

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