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DBA Programs

Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) is a post-graduate degree offered by a business school or business faculty at a university. DBA programs are research-based and equip candidates with the skills they will need to succeed in a career in academia or high-level business consulting.

Many universities around the world offer DBA programs. Topics studied within the programs are often related to Leadership in Organizations, Research Design, Theory into Practice, Publication and Dissemination, etc.

The variety of different DBA programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular DBAs listed below.

Newly Added Programs

Nobel International Business School
2021-03-19
Ghana, Accra
University of Pretoria, Gordon Institute of Business
2021-03-11
South Africa, Sandton
UNEM Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica
2021-03-10
Costa Rica, Los Yoses
Underwood University
2021-01-26
USA, Suwanee
Pontifex University
2021-01-13
USA, Atlanta
Aston American University
2021-01-02
USA, Honolulu
Newburgh Theological Seminary & College Of The Bible
2020-12-16
USA, Evansville
Horizons University
2020-11-20
France, Paris
ICADE Business School
2020-10-16
Spain, Madrid
Westford University College
2020-10-15
United Arab Emirates, Sharjah, + 19 More
Esami Business School
2020-10-09
Tanzania, Arusha, + 9 More
UBIS
2020-09-16
Switzerland, Geneva

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