What is a DBA?
- The DBA is an innovative doctorate program whose curriculum and research requirements focus on applied management practice.
- The DBA program involves two years of core coursework followed by completion of two elective courses and a one-year applied research project that addresses a complicated management issue or problem.
- The DBA requires completion of 52 doctorate credits beyond an MBA or management-related Master’s degree. Doctorate-level credits will be earned in required areas such as Finance and Accounting, Management Information Systems, Management Thought, Project Design, Research Methods, Global Issues, Advanced Management Strategy and elective areas such as College Teaching, Professional Consulting, and Current Topics.
- The planned DBA is a doctorate program of significant quality and value for professionals, with tuition anticipated to be less than that of other comparable doctorate programs.
- How is a DBA different from a PhD?
(Doctor of Business Administration)
(Doctor of Philosophy)