Program Description

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.

Program Objective

The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree program is designed to enhance the capabilities of experienced professionals to enable them to meet the dynamic needs of modern businesses and organizations in the national and international environment, and to produce graduates who can contribute to the expansion of knowledge and awareness of contemporary strategic issues and practices.

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Plan of Study (64 credits)

Program Courses

Program Courses: 64 Credit Hours
Course Code Course Credits Pre-Req
BUS712 Strategic Management and Critical Thinking Skills 4  
BUS713 Social Responsibility and Sustainability 4  
BUS721 Qualitative Research 4  
BUS722 Interdisciplinary, Intercultural and International Approach to Management 4 BUS713
BUS731 Quantitative Research I 4 BUS721
BUS732 Advanced Organizational Behavior 4 BUS722
BUS741 Quantitative Research II 4 BUS731
BUS742 Managing in a World-Wide Context 4 BUS732
BUS751 Leadership 4  
BUS761 Information Technology and Knowledge Management 4 BUS751
BUS771 Resource Management 4 BUS761
BUS781 Marketing Management Process 4 BUS771
BUS752 Doctoral Seminar I 4 All Prior Courses
BUS762 Doctoral Seminar II 4 BUS752
BUS772 Doctoral Seminar III 4 BUS762
BUS795 Continuing Dissertation Seminar IV 4 BUS772

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