I know this has been discussed quite few times before. I'm with the idea that the online DBAs and PhDs from for profit schools will saturate the market in no time as they are manufacturing graduates in the hundreds level. Many members disagree as they feel that online doctoral graduates only represent a small fraction of the total number of graduates. As there is non tangible data for this statement. It is very hard to know if the number of doctorate graduates from online for profit schools are significant in comparison to graduates from traditional schools. I came across this site that is a repository of resumes online with a sample of more than 200,000 resumes. I searched for resumes with the key words: "Doctor of Business Administration", DBA, PhD in Business, "Doctor of Philosophy in Business" and found that the vast majority of resumes with business doctorates were from places like UoP, Argosy, NorthCentral, Capella, Walden and other for profit online schools. You can search this by yourself by using the link below: Resume Search at Resumebucket.com If this is not evidence that for profits are graduating just too many doctors, I don't know what else can be done to offer proof of this.