DBA in General Management

Program Overview:

The Doctorate of Business Administration program is designed to target graduates who want to enhance their professional practice in managerial relevant contexts.

The goal of DBA is to get students to be prepared to enjoy confidence and ability to understand, comprehend and carry out relevant research related to problems faced by business organizations, to become motivated, independent, knowledgeable enough for ceasing senior positions in international organizations.

Program Outcomes

  • At the end of the program, students should be able to:
  • Understand the context, the functions they are expected to perform, the roles they are expected to play and the contributions they are expected to make as researchers and scholars with high moral values and integrity.
  • Apply the knowledge they gained in carrying out a systematic and a proper academic and applied research. This is demonstrated by systematic comprehension and profound knowledge of the discipline and the acquisition of research methods related to the field of study.
  • Become researchers who are;
  • Able to carry out independent research that demonstrates scholarly understanding of the process of defining research problems, designs and adoption of appropriate and relevant methodologies relevant to a specific research situation.
  • Critical in their thinking, measured in their approach and scholarly in their analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new and complex ideas.
  • Creative, resourceful, able to work with peers, scholarly communities and society at large in their field of expertise.
  • Able to communicate effectively and prepare scholarly papers.
  • Responding to their operating environment, the ethical issues involved and to the factors that can enhance the effectiveness of their work as researchers
  • Responsible, ethical and committed to the promotion of good behavior and deeds that meet professional standard and organizational demands and societal expectations.

Program Structure:

The program gives students a total of 62 credits to be completed in either 24 months of full time study or in 3 years of part time study.

The program consists of 10 Professional Modules in addition to a Final Dissertation.

Course Modules
Strategic Marketing
Strategic Management
International Business
Advanced Accounting and Finance
Organizational Leadership
Managerial Economics
Research Philosophy
Advanced Statistics
Multivariate Analysis
Research Methodology