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DOCTORATE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN GLOBAL BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP (DBAGBL)

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The Value of a CALUNIVERSITY online DBA in Global Business and Leadership Degree

The Doctorate of Business Administration in Global Business and Leadership (DBAGLB) program is designed to help students perform applied research and transform mature learners into leaders. While focusing on advanced decision-making skills and techniques, doctorate candidates also hone the research and writing skills that are required for the high-level of responsibility in academic and business environments. It enables students to improve their analytical ability, strategic thinking, process implementation, beyond industry applications. The program prepares students for careers in the fields of business management, venture analysis, business relations management, business development consulting, business broker/owner, and business banker. Students pursuing this specialization will focus on new venture creation, international entrepreneurship, strategic and business entrepreneurship and economic principles of entrepreneurship. Individuals with inclination and aspiration for leadership and new business ventures and are ready for a business management and consulting career will receive more credibility and recognition from the market place.

Credits required for degree completion: 60
Maximum transfer credits accepted: 9
Program length: 2 years
Cost per credit: $445
Payment options: Click to view interest-free payment options

Program Competencies and Learning Objectives

Upon Successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate mastery of content knowledge in specialized fields for a higher level of understanding for decision making in complex global organizational environments.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and communication skills for local and global business planning and decision making.
  • Integrate knowledge across disciplines in the use of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies for global business problem solving.
  • Identify and evaluate global business issues and opportunities that enhance prospects for optimum return on investments and creating value.
  • Demonstrate an entrepreneurial mindset and skills for starting and growing new ventures.
  • Demonstrate creative research approaches to data collection, analysis, and synthesis for global organizational effectiveness, change, and continuous improvement.
  • Demonstrate informational literacy and computational thinking for effective and efficient use of technology.
  • Demonstrate effective global leadership skills for innovative and collaborative economic development.
  • Develop diverse teams and foster teamwork through effective techniques through human resource management.
  • Review business case studies and prepare theoretically-grounded arguments using peer-reviewed journals and appropriate scholarly writing styles.
Degree Plan Doctorate of Business Administration in Global Business and Leadership (DBAGBL)
Course Number Course Name Credits Core Major
Semester 1        
GRC 600 Doctoral Academic Study and Writing 3 3
GRC 605 Business Research Methodology and Quantitative Statistics 3 3
ECO 615 Global Economy 3 3
Semester 2        
MGT 616 Organizational Change and Development in Management Systems 3 3
MGT 626 Managing Innovation Integrating Technology 3 3
MKT 645 Marketing Research in Consumer Behavior 3 3
Semester 3        
FIN 605 Global Business Finance 3 3
MKT 640 E-Commerce Models and Applications 3 3
MGT 635 Merger and Acquisition: Due Diligence Report 3 3
Semester 4        
MGT 645 Strategic Management: A Global Approach 3 3
MGT 610 Mastering Leadership: Theories and Concepts 3 3
MGT 618 International Business 3 3
Semester 5        
MGT 620 Risk Management 3 3
MGT 630 Business Logistics: Theory and Practice 3 3
MGT 650 Project Management 3 3
DBA CCA
Semester 6        
GRC 641 Dissertation Introduction 3 3
GRC 642 Dissertation Literature Review 3 3
GRC 643 Dissertation Methodology 3 3
Semester 7        
GRC 644 Dissertation Results and Findings 3 3
GRC 645 Dissertation Conclusions and Recommendations 3 3
Dissertation Presentation and Oral Defense
 Total Credits: 60 30 30

Students must have successfully completed all courses in order to begin the Doctorate Dissertation. The Doctorate Dissertation must be selected, agreed upon, reviewed and approved by the assigned committee, Dean of Doctorate Studies, and Chief Academic Officer. The requirements for the Doctorate Dissertation include the final preparation, acceptance of the Dissertation, (based on established guidelines) and the candidate’s successful Presentation and Oral Defense, and the submission of two bound copies of the final paper to the Dean of Doctorate Studies for the candidate’s file.

Dissertation

  • GRC 641 Dissertation Introduction
  • GRC 642 Dissertation Literature Review
  • GRC 643 Dissertation Methodology
  • GRC 644 Dissertation Results and Findings
  • GRC 645 Dissertation Conclusions and Recommendations

Students unable to complete the individual course requirements on their first attempt may remain enrolled in the course for an additional two attempts (GRC B and C). Failure to complete the course within three attempts, the initial and two additional attempts, will result in the student’s dismissal from the program. Only the initial course is a 3 credit course and the applicable tuition fees will apply. Students unable to complete the course on the initial attempt may continue on to the B and C series for no credit but will be responsible for the GRC B and/or GRC C fee.

Dismissed students may appeal their dismissal. If approved, students may return upon agreeing to an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). The second attempt at the course with an IEP starts at (D) and is considered a new course subject to full tuition fees. This course may be repeated once (E) subject to the GRC E fee.

Students that are dismissed or withdrawn during the dissertation phase and are approved to return will have to start from the beginning of the dissertation phase and will be responsible for any applicable fees.

Course Schedule

The Associate of Arts in Business Administration program requires the completion of 60 units of coursework that include:

Business Required Courses: 30 Units / 10 Courses
Elective Courses: 15 Units / 5 Courses
Dissertation: 14 Units
Competency Assessment: 1 Unit
Qualifying Exam

In addition to the preliminary admissions requirements listed above, an applicant for the Professional Doctorate program must meet and submit the following admission prerequisites:

  1. A copy of the applicant’s Curriculum Vitae or professional resume
  2. Evidence of having minimally two or more years of full-time, occupational experience, preferably at a managerial level, related to the Business Administration field
  3. Official transcripts showing the completion of a Master’s degree from an approved or accredited college or university/institution. If the master’s degree was earned in a non-business related field, the Academic Department can evaluate the submitted documents to determine a reasonable foundation for the applicant to successfully complete the doctoral program.
  4. The applicant’s prior college academic records must show a minimal Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of B (3.0 on a scale of 4.0) grade or higher.

Graduation Requirements

The Doctorate Degree is conferred upon those who have fulfilled the following requirements:

  1. Successfully completed all required courses of the Doctorate curricula and have completed the minimal required Learning Time for each course and program
  2. Met the study time residency requirement for degree completion and award
  3. Achieved at least 3.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
  4. Successfully passed the Competency Assessment
  5. Successfully passed the Qualifying Examination
  6. Be cleared of all indebtedness and other obligations to CALUNIVERSITY
  7. Be recommended for graduation by the Faculty and Academic Department
  8. Successfully complete and pass an Oral Defense of the Dissertation
  9. Submission of two bound copies of the final Dissertation

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