EDBAAction Oriented

The Doctor of Business Administration program is specifically formulated to support high achieving professionals reach their potential. The DBA program focuses on developing a research based approach to managerial decision making. The program is designed for action oriented professionals looking to provide real world solutions to managerial problems. The ideal participant is a business owner, management consultant or business manager.

A Theme Based & Practice Orientation

The Doctor of Business Administration program is designed around the completion of core competencies¬† and a Manuscript that focus on the current challenges facing business in today’s integrated world. Candidates complete two tracks of study being: Coursework and Manuscript preparation. The coursework focuses on domain specific DBA knowledge while the Manuscript affords the DBA Candidate the opportunity to complete an in-depth applied research¬† focused on a real-world managerial problem.

Specific Modules

Coursework

  • Principles Of Management (Link)
  • Financial Decision Making (Link)
  • Production Management (Link)
  • Culture And The Organization (Link)
  • Authentic Leadership (Link)
  • Innovation & Change (Link)
  • Management Strategy (Link)

Manuscript

  • Research Skills (Link)
  • Manuscript Preparation (Link)
  • Research Presentation (Link)

Francois-Aug-2015-150-175The Modular design of the Doctor of Business Administration program provides a level of flexibility that enables even the most busy professional to be a success. The program focuses on developing the necessary research skills so that evidenced based decision making can be developed within the Candidate. This is a critical skill required of all successful decision makers.

Dr. Francois Volschenk – Assistant Dean of the Faculty

Accreditation

Monarch Business School is the first distance-learning business school to achieve triple accreditation by the International Standards Association (9001, 14001, 18001). Monarch Business School is a member of EFMD-The Premiere European Accreditaiton Agency, ACBSP-the Association For Collegiate Business Schools & Programs, CEEMAN-The Central and Eastern European Management Association and ACUNS-The Academic Council of the United Nations System. See our accreditation page.

Assessment

Participant progress is assessed through the submission of various assignments per module. The program concludes with the completion of a doctoral manuscript. There are no exams within the program.

Dual Degree (MPM / DBA)

At the successful completion of the program the candidate will be issued both the MPM-Master of Practicing Management and the Doctor of Business Administration.

 

The program has a rolling admission and be started at any time.

  • Standard Duration = 3 Years
  • Candidates may extend the program up to 6 years, extension fees apply at the same rate.
The program is completed online using the Monarch Learning Management System. During the program the Candidate should attend at least one workshop on sight at the school in order to design the research. The dissertation/manuscript must be defended at the school at the end of the program.

Program Open To

  • Graduates from accredited Bachelor & Master programs with +5 Years Management Experience;
  • Candidates with a Professional designation and +5 years managerial experience may be admitted to the program on the discretion of the Dean.
Tuition is levied on a quarterly basis in advance. All candidates may terminate a program upon 3 months written notice to the administration.Please View The Tuition Page By Clicking Here

BLOCK-Corrie-150-175I am a Canadian living in Dubai. I work as a Business Consultant all over the MENA region. There were only two pieces of non-negotiable criteria for me when choosing a DBA program: quality learning, and near total flexibility. I found both at Monarch. The Monarch DBA gave me high flexibility.

Dr. Corrie Block – Doctor of Business Administration Graduate, Dubai

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