The Doctorate of Business Administration program is designed to provide managers and leaders with a global perspective which emphasizes the use of both practical and theoretical approaches.
The Core, Concentration, and Dissertation course syllabi are organized around this goal. The successful completion of class projects and assignments require research skills and the discovery of new knowledge as students search for solutions to problems in today’s ever changing environment.
Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) program objective is to train scholars to develop and sharpen management theories to enhance their contribution to management education and practice. Students acquire advanced knowledge of literature and theory in their major, that provides a foundation for their area of specialization. They are given theoretical and practical knowledge of advanced research skills, which is essential for publishing in leading academic journals. Requirements
The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree requires 66 graduate semester credits beyond the Master's degree. The dissertation preparation courses account for 12 of the total required credits. A comprehensive exam is required prior to approval of the dissertation proposal. Concentrations
California Miramar University offers doctoral business degree (DBA) in four areas of concentration, allowing students the opportunity to focus on what is meaningful to their professional growth and development.
- International Business
- Strategic Management
The lifeblood of every organization - private, public, religious or corporate - is its financial resources. Managers must know how to manage and allocate resources in order to ensure long-term profitability and organizational health. This concentration assists students with developing these essential skills.
The "global economy" requires that domestic and foreign business managers have the knowledge of cultural, economic, political and legal environments of business and the necessary managerial skills for making management decisions in an international context. This concentration focuses on the essential elements required to understand and manage international organizations.
The Marketing concentration moves beyond fundamentals by focusing upon marketing management and marketing research. The courses provide students the opportunity to enhance existing skills and knowledge and to gain new skills and knowledge germane to effectively managing the entire scope of the product life cycle in a strategically-sound, systematic, ethical, and legal manner.
This concentration prepares individuals who seek top leadership positions in business or who seek to be valued consultants to businesses and other organizations. Prospective top leaders and consultants must prepare themselves to see and evaluate the "big picture" and think and act "strategically." Leaders develop analytical and strategic thinking skills early in their careers. Consultants engage in problems solving with their client firms, always with an understanding of the strategic implications of what they are doing, and ultimately may help firms develop and implement strategies. The concentration in Strategic Management prepares students for such careers. That is why we say Strategic Management is a career, not a job. Curriculum
Graduates must successfully complete the 66 credit hours outlined below:
|Core Courses||36 Semester Credit Hours|
|Concentration Courses||18 Semester Credit Hours|
|Dissertation Courses||12 Semester Credit Hours|
|Total Doctor of Business Administration||66 Semester Credit Hours|
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Cost & Fees
- Tuition per Unit : $485
- Tuition per 3 Unit Course : $1,455
- Total Program Tuition : $32,010 (66 units)
Textbooks are not included in your tuition. We do suggest resources for where to find textbooks.
This program is currently not eligible for federal financial aid through Title IV student grants or loans.
Last updated December 10, 2015