The purpose of our Doctor of Business Administration is to prepare you for careers as university professors, business research, and senior business/research positions in the private sector as well as the government.
When you graduate from this program, you will be able to
- Contribute to a deeper understanding of business and management processes in an increasingly complex world through applied research, teaching, and scholarship.
- Improve your performance and the quality of your business decisions through reflective practice and lifelong learning.
- Help companies and organizations solve critical problems and foster an environment of performance excellence.
- Make a difference in the life of your organizations, professions, and the larger world-wide community through service to social and professional organizations by conducting yourself in accordance with the highest ethical standards.
Area of Study
- Business Administration with a Concentration of the following:
- Executive Legal Analysis
- Health Care Administration
- International Business
Type of Degree
Length of Degree
3-5 years. Each course has a maximum timeframe of 15 weeks. You are granted 1 year to complete your doctoral project.
An earned Master degree in business or a related field.
Cost of Degree
|$7,700.00||Tuition costs (12 to 14 course/$550.00 per course)|
|$650.00||Doctoral Project Course|
|$1,500.00||Estimated textbooks costs|
|$10,100.00||Estimated total for the program|
* (*Please note that this is an estimated cost of your program not the actual cost)
Several career fields this degree will prepare you for are:
Sales and Marketing Management
- LDR 500 Leadership Theory
- BUS 630 – Management of Teams
- BUS 815 – International Business
- MNG 950 – Cultural Issues in Management
- MNG 1100 – Strategic Management and Policy
- MNG 1200 Human Resource Management Issues
- RES 502 – Research Methods
Specialty Concentrations: DBA Students are required to select one Specialty Program Track and complete all courses for the track.
- BUS 830 – International Law
- FIN 845 – International Finance
- ECO 870 – International Economics
- BUS 890 – International Marketing
- MNG 955 – Global Operations Management
- BUS 975 – Multinational Business
- BUS 985 – International Business Policy and Strategy
- BUS 995 – International Business Doctoral Project
- OPSY 700 – Organizational Psychology
- MNG 900 – Management Theory and Practice
- MNG 980 – Transformational Leadership
- MNG 1300 – Financial Management
- MNG 1400 – Management Specialty Seminar
- MNG 1500 – Doctoral Project
Doctorate in Counseling Psychology-Core
- PSY 800 – Ethnic and Cultural Issues in Counseling
- PSY 860 – Personality Assessment
- PSY 900 – Crisis Counseling
- PSY 920 – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- PSY 940 – Neuropsychology
- PSY 975 – Research Methods
- PSY 825 – Career Development and Counseling
- PSY 840 – Life Coaching
- PSY 890 – Advanced Psychopathology
- PSY 960 – Statistics
- PSY 990 – Doctoral Project
- AC 820 – Theories of Addiction
- AC 850 – Addiction Counseling Techniques & Interventions
- AC 950 – Recovery Strategies
- AC 980 – Addiction Issues & Society
- AC 990 – Statistics
- AC 1100 – Project
- OPSY 700 – Organizational Psychology
- OPSY 725 – Group Psychology
- OPSY 730 – Personnel Psychology
- OPSY 750 – Vocational Psychology
- OPSY 770 – Social Psychology SEMINAR
- OPSY 950 – Doctoral Project
TOTAL: 58 to 70 Semester Hours
Courses in this curriculum are to be taken in sequence as above.
TUITION: $550.00 per course ($650.00 per Doctoral Project course). Students may register and pay for one course at a time.
** There is also a one time $50.00 admission processing fee.
*** Students may register and pay for one course at a time.
Course Completion Times: Students are permitted 15 weeks to complete an online course. This may be extended with the permission of the instructor.
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