Capella University's online Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) in Human Resource Management program prepares you to foster innovative workplaces. Expand your opportunities and enhance the performance of organizations by gaining the knowledge and skills needed to teach, consult, lead, practice, and conduct research in the field of human resource management.
Building on a comprehensive core curriculum of leadership, research, strategy, and ethics, this program focuses on diverse demographic and cultural perspectives, the influence of new technologies on the workplace, and the impact of the dynamic external work environment on human-resource management practices.
You'll also have the opportunity to participate in Capella's international learning experience. This optional trip is designed to provide multinational networking opportunities, increased cultural literacy, and a global perspective.
Online courseroom discussions, specially designed networking sites, and face-to-face weekend residencies provide ongoing opportunities to build professional relationships and share knowledge with other business leaders around the country. A prescribed course sequence, built-in dissertation milestones, and supportive mentoring create a clear path toward completing the program in 3 years.
With your DBA in Human Resource Management from Capella, you'll learn to synthesize multidisciplinary theories that inform and shape theory and practice to attract, develop, and retain a global workforce. Additionally, you'll be able to synthesize emerging trends and technological influences, evaluate ethical theories and frameworks that guide human resources practices in the 21st century and integrate research and practices into the development of adaptive and innovative global workplace environments. Discover specifically what you'll learn — and how you can apply it.
View full learning and career outcomes report for this program at CapellaResults.com.
Common jobs with an online DBA in Human Resource Management include HR consultant, manager, generalist, director, vice president, adjunct or part-time faculty. Potential workplaces include: corporation, manufacturing, land-based or online college or university, government agency or consulting firm.