Academics and practitioners alike agree that leadership is the most important topic of organizational behavior. It is probably the most significant characteristic people need to be effective in the job. In fact, the major experts believe that leadership could be the number one strategic concern in the 21st century. The purpose of this study was to determine the leadership empowerment of thirty executives who were MBA graduates of the University of Mindanao. The respondents’ supervisory experience, relationship, training and education were considered as the determinants. Quantitative data were gathered through descriptive survey techniques. Through multiple regressions, it was established in this study that the determinant variables positively contributed to the leadership empowerment of the graduates. Focus was made on the contribution of education serving as the basis for a proposed curriculum for Doctor in Business Management.