The online Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program provides participants with the opportunity to build on their personal and professional competencies while balancing the demands of career and family. The program is designed to graduate scholar practitioners who will set the standard for best practices and contribute to the solution of critical international business and management problems through research, teaching, and consulting.
The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) enables students to combine theory and research methods to define, implement and better evaluate the decision-making strategies necessary for organizational growth.
International Business Specialization
This specialization focuses on the essential elements required to understand and manage multinational and international business. Students interested in international business positions and/or teaching in post-secondary institutions of higher education at home and abroad benefit from this specialization.
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|Program Courses: 64 Credit Hours|
|BUS712||Strategic Management and Critical Thinking Skills||4|
|BUS713||Social Responsibility and Sustainability||4|
|BUS722||Interdisciplinary, Intercultural and International Approach to Management||4||BUS713|
|BUS731||Quantitative Research I||4||BUS721|
|BUS733||Cross Cultural Management||4||BUS722|
|BUS741||Quantitative Research II||4||BUS731|
|BUS743||International Political and Legal Systems||4||BUS733|
|BUS752||Doctoral Seminar I||4||All Prior Courses|
|BUS753||Leadership in Global Multicultural Organizations||4||BUS743|
|BUS762||Doctoral Seminar II||4||BUS752|
|BUS763||Global Management Models||4||BUS753|
|BUS772||Doctoral Seminar III||4||BUS762|
|BUS773||Comparative Economic Systems||4||BUS763|
|BUS782||International Business Strategy||4||BUS773|
|BUS795||Continuing Dissertation Seminar IV||4||BUS772|