California University Of Business And Technology
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DOCTOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

OBJECTIVES - The doctor of business administration degree is designed for qualified students who, from positions in business, or industry, can advance the state-of-the-art of business practice and enhance the contributions to the larger community, through studies in theory, concepts, methods and/or in business administration.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS - A master degree (MBA) or the equivalent in the same or in a related area, plus substantive experience and/or license in a related field of concentration, may be admitted to the program when it is determined that their objectives can be realized by the program completion. All students seeking admission must demonstrate their ability of reflection and evaluative thinking necessary for successful completion of original topic of research, including acceptable methodology and other stated curriculum.

Prerequisite course work includes the following courses, or their equivalents:

BA 520 Managerial Finance
BA 530 Quantitative Analysis in Business
BA 550 Managerial Marketing

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS - All candidates for the doctor of business administration degree are required to complete a total of 90 semester units as follows:

30 Units transferred from a master degree (MBA) or equivalent
42 Units of graduate level courses
18 Units of dissertation writing based on original research.
90 Total of Semester Units

Upon completion of the required units and the dissertation, students are awarded a Doctor of Business Administration.

PROGRAM OF STUDY - Sample

SEMESTER ONE Units
   
BA 600 Critique of Research in Business Administration 3
BA 610 Case Studies in Business Administration 3
BA 615 Ethics in Business Administration and Operation 3
BA 620 The Firm in the World's Economy 3
   
SEMESTER TWO  
   
BA 630 Evaluating Market Performance 3
BA 640 Technology and Information Systems Management 3
BA 650 Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations 3
BA 680 Special Topics in Business Administration 3
   
SEMESTER THREE  
   
BA 660 The Executive of the Future 3
BA 670 Business Field Project 3
BA 675 Practice in Organizational Development 3
BA 695 The Doctoral Proposal: Research Design and Methodology 3
   
SEMESTER FOUR  
   
BA 685 Graduate Projects 3
BA 690 Internship in Business Administration 3
BA 699 Doctoral Dissertation 6
   
SEMESTER FIVE  
   
BA 699 Doctoral Dissertation 12

Upon the approval by the appropriate program director, students may pursue the program with emphasis in certain area of concentration in business administration.

 

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