Designed for experienced business professionals with preceding post-graduate degrees, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programs develop analytical, research and educational skills in candidates. DBA degrees from universities and business schools in Germany are particularly useful for candidates who wish to advance to a leadership or executive role within their company, or for those who desire to teach at university.
Undertaken as either a full-time or part-time commitment, DBA degree programs are challenging, rigorous and demand a high level of independent motivation. The outcome of three to four years of work on DBA research at a university in Germany will be a research-based dissertation, or thesis, which the candidate must then defend before a panel at the business school. DBA research is also sometimes undertaken at the candidate's current company with the aim to address specific, relevant topics and issues at that business. Other more theoretical DBA dissertation topics chosen by candidates at universities in Germany could refer to pertinent topics such as leadership, entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, globalization, social impact management, international finance or others.
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A doctoral degree is not only a very high scientific achievement, and an often even higher personal milestone, but also a smart and sustainable investment in one‘s profes
DBA - Doctor of Business Administration
A doctoral degree is not only a very high scientific achievement, and an often even higher personal milestone, but also a smart and sustainable investment in one‘s professional future. With the DBA offered by Munich Business School (MBS) in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), students can boost their academic or business careers in an international and flexible setting that doesn‘t require them to put their professional careers on hold.
DBA - Doctor of Business Administration at a Glance