DBA Doctor of Business Administration Leadership specialization
What You'll Learn
Outcome goals and graduates' proficiency levels
Each doctoral program and specialization is designed around expected learning outcomes (see Expected Program Outcomes below). End of program performance is determined during the comprehensive exam and dissertation process. Because the work is unique to each learner's dissertation or research topic and the criteria for evaluation are aligned to that work, we do not collect data on proficiency levels for doctoral programs.
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) specializations
- Business Intelligence
- Global Operations and Supply Chain Management
- Human Resource Management
- Information Technology Management
- Project Management
- Strategy and Innovation
Quality and Professional Relevance
- This professional doctorate is designed for business executives and consultants who want a doctoral credential with an applied dissertation project that will enable them to make a practical contribution to their organization.
Expected Program Outcomes
- Integrate and apply theory and scholarly research to develop innovative approaches to business problems in global and diverse environments.
- Apply and communicate strategic approaches to business practice and planning.
- Develop and apply critical thinking to business problems and opportunities.
- Integrate internal and external data with analytical techniques to support evidence-based decision making.
- Integrate ethical concepts and integrity into sustainable business models.
- Develop expertise within and across functional and cross-functional disciplines.
- Apply collaborative techniques to develop relationships, partnerships, and alliances.