What will you learn when pursuing a DBA in business administration?
The course is organised into three main parts, the first two of which each last at least one semester (six months), and the third of which lasts at least three more years. Your study is conducted during the first two phases of the course using online study tools, online forums, communication with module leaders, and guidance from a personal academic adviser.
In the third part of the study plan, you complete a significant research project that is centred on the work you do as a senior professional—typically in a position of change leadership—in your organisation.
Your professional activity within an organisational environment will be the main emphasis of this part-time course. The DBA gives you the tools you need to function as a reflective professional practitioner and offers a systematic framework for understanding your work-based activities critically.
You have the chance to critically assess the knowledge you gain while driving major change in the workplace through the research project, and to articulate this in writing in a methodical manner that is both informed by and informs pertinent theory.
The DBA is aware that professional practise has its roots in actual organisations and frequently in particular fields, and that practitioners enrolled in the course frequently belong to certain professional organisations.
Those taking the DBA will be encouraged to develop learning connections with other candidates who work in related fields of endeavour in order to recognise and capitalise on the subject- and profession-specific aspects of practitioners’ particular practise.
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