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
45 Units of graduate level courses
15 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 695A The Doctoral Proposal: Research Design and Methodology 3
   
SEMESTER FIVE  
   
BA 695B The Doctoral Proposal: Research Design and Methodology 3
BA 699A Doctoral Dissertation I 6
   
SEMESTER SIX  
   
BA 699B Doctoral Dissertation II 9
   

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

BA 600 Critique of Research in Business Administration

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the method, and the concerns of research in business administration. In addition, the student will have solid foundations in business administration through case reading/study the process of formulation and implement of     policy and strategy in operating organizations and students will also future understand the interplay between operational theory and organizational theory.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 610 Case Studies in Business Administration

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the method, and the concerns of research in business administration. In addition, the student will have solid foundations in the field of marketing strategy and planning, and other up-to-date treatments of problems in enterprise, and particularly will understand certain competitive challenges that arise in firms that serve natural markets but that are faced with increasing global market force, especially global competition.

            Prerequisite: None

BA 615 Ethics in Business Administration Operation

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the method, and the concerns of ethics in business administration and operation. In addition, Student will have an understanding of the legal aspects of marketing liability and will have an appreciation of management’s responsibility both ethically and socially, and students will also applications of moral standards to ethical issues in business.

Prerequisite: None

BA 620 The Firm in the World's Economy

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the method, and the concerns of The Firm in the World’s Economy. In addition, the student will have an extensive view of the global financial community and students will also learn the problems and advantages that come with international firms. 

 Prerequisite: None

BA 630 Evaluating Market Performance

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the method, and the concerns of Evaluating Market Performance. In addition, the student will have some insights into the world of marketing management with success through reading case studies and students will also analyzing mistakes and discoveries.

 Prerequisite: None

BA 640 Technology and Information Systems Management

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of information systems management. In addition, the student will have an understanding of the considerations and issues involved in organizational decision making in technology-sensitive organizations and further will know how to define and evaluate methods and models for effective organizational decision making principles and methods to current technology and students will also innovations management issues.

 Prerequisite: None

BA 650 Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory the methods, and the concerns of human resource. In addition, the student will have solid foundations in the field of management theory, organizational design and communications systems, and will have an opportunity to know how to enhance one’s ability to act effectively as managers of professionals and support staff and to understand the linkages among productivity, quality of life, and students will also have profit activities of personnel and management.

              Prerequisite: None

BA 660 The executive of the Future

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of the executive of the future. In addition, the student will have solid foundations in the field of the design of performance appraisal, training and compensation systems and furthermore will know how to develop techniques for productivity, improvement as well as the development and application of the processes of selection and retention of personnel in both private and students will also learn public sectors.

Prerequisite: None

BA 670 Business Field Project

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of business field project. In addition, the student will have an opportunity to review concepts, tools and techniques potentially available for solving certain problem now encountered by an organization or setting, and to present his/her findings and conclusions through field empirical research for the real problem.

             Prerequisite: None

BA 675 Practice in Organizational Development

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of organizational development. In addition, through supervised practical work, the student will have an opportunity to obtain a working knowledge of using logistics to understand factors for the success of a company.

 Prerequisite: None

BA 680 Special Topics in Business Administration

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of business administration. In addition, the student will be provided with knowledge of advanced economic theory and students will also analysis of problems faced by management in the business world today.

             Prerequisite: Advance Standing

BA 685 Graduate Projects

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of graduate projects. In addition, the student will have solid foundations to understand how to review and design an independent research by demonstrating a knowledge of applicable strategies and techniques.       

            Prerequisite: BA 680

BA 690 Internship in Business Administration

This course covers on-site-intern work experience will provide the student practical experience in the operational aspects of specific enterprise settings, and further which will help to develop career goals and students will also decide which career is most appropriate for him/her.

            Prerequisite: Advance Standing

BA 695A The Doctoral Proposal:  Research Design and Methodology

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of research design and methodology, the student will have an opportunity to conceptualize an appropriate topic in the area of interested subject for further research and analysis, and furthermore to know how to write an acceptable proposal and students will also presentation.

            Prerequisite: Advance Standing

BA 695B The Doctoral Proposal:  Research Design and Methodology

This course continues to covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of research design and methodology, the student will have an opportunity to conceptualize an appropriate topic in the area of interested subject for further research and analysis, and furthermore to know how to write an acceptable proposal and students will also presentation.

            Prerequisite: BA 695A

BA 699A Doctoral Dissertation

This course covers the basis, an introduction to the theory, the methods, and the concerns of Doctoral Dissertation. In addition, the student will have solid foundations to know how to conduct an in-depth, comprehensive research study that well demonstrates acceptable academic research standards and students will also have solid criteria.

            Prerequisite: BA 695AB

BA 699B Doctoral Dissertation

Dissertation Project; preparation, completion and submission of and acceptable dissertation for the doctoral degree.

             Prerequisite: BA 699A

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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