Doctorate of Business Administration - Information Systems & Enterprise Resource Management

A DBA in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management can place you at the forefront of emerging trends and technology.

The Doctorate of Business Administration in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management (DBA-ISERM) program is designed to help students perform applied research and transforms mature learners into leaders. While focusing on advanced decision- making skills and techniques, doctorate candidates hone the research and writing skills that are required for the high-level of responsibility in academic and business environments.

A DBA in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management can place you at the forefront of emerging trends and technology.

The Doctorate of Business Administration in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management (DBA-ISERM) program is designed to help students perform applied research and transforms mature learners into leaders. While focusing on advanced decision- making skills and techniques, doctorate candidates hone the research and writing skills that are required for the high-level of responsibility in academic and business environments.

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Admission Requirements

1) Masters Degree

2) Curriculum Vitae / Professional Resume

3) Application for Admission

Career Outcomes:

Possible career avenues with a Bachelors of Engineering Information Technology & Project Management

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Information Technology Specialist

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C-Level Information Executive

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Project Management Consultant

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Information Technology Entrepreneur

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Information Technology Architect

What can I expect from CIU’s online Doctorate of Business Administration in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management (DBA-ISERM) program?

The program enables students to improve their analytical ability, strategic thinking, process implementation, beyond industry applications. The program prepares students for careers in high level management and consulting in Information Systems planning, development and support. Students pursuing this specialization will focus on information technology, knowledge management, information security, and information systems impact at all levels of an organization. This specialization prepares students to be decision makers, planners, and evaluators of information systems options, platforms, and performance. Individuals with experience in computers and information systems and who are looking for a career in business management and consulting will receive more credibility and recognition from the market place.

Information Systems & ERM Course Topics Include:

Information technology

Systems and database management

Information security

Information systems

Online Information Systems & Enterprise Resource Management (DBA-ISERM) Course Curriculum:

The Doctorate of Business Administration in Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management degree requires completion of 60 semester credits of coursework which includes 30 credits of Business Core courses, 15 credits of Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management Specialization courses, a Comprehensive Competency Assessment, and 15 credits of Dissertation courses.

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1. Business Core Courses: 30 Credits/10 Courses

A. Economics

  • ECO 615 Global Economy

B. Finance

  • FIN 605 Global Business Finance

C. Graduate Level Research

  • GRC 600 Doctoral Academic Study and Writing
  • GRC 605 Business Research Methodology and Quantitative Statistics

D. Management

  • MGT 616 Organizational Change and Development in Management System
  • MGT 626 Managing Innovation Integrating Technology
  • MGT 635 Merger and Acquisition: Due Diligence Report
  • MGT 645 Strategic Management: A Global Approach

E. Marketing

  • MKT 640 E-Commerce Models and Applications
  • MGT 645 Marketing Research in Consumer Behavior

2. Information Systems and Enterprise Resource Management Specialization
Courses: 15 Credits/5 Courses

 

  • IST 630 Information Technology in Organizations
  • IST 635 Managing IT Projects
  • IST 638 Knowledge Management: Concepts and Practices
  • IST 639 Enterprise Resource Planning and Management
  • IST 655 Effective Security Management

3. Comprehensive Competency Assessment: 0 Credits/1 Course

  • Comprehensive Competency Assessment

4. Doctorate Dissertation Courses: 15 Credits/5 Courses

A. Graduate Level Research

  • GRC 641 Chapter 1 Dissertation Introduction
  • GRC 642 Chapter 2 Dissertation Literature Review
  • GRC 643 Chapter 3 Dissertation Methodology
  • GRC 644 Chapter 4 Dissertation Results and Findings
  • GRC 645 Chapter 5 Dissertation Conclusions and
    Recommendations/Dissertation Presentation and Oral Defense

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