Doctor in Business Administration (DBA)

A graduate program designed for professionals seeking to advance their careers in business leadership and management. The program focuses on advanced concepts and practices in areas such as strategic planning, organizational behavior, and decision-making.

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of the Doctor in Business Administration (DBA) Program are expected to have attained the following within 3 to 5 years after graduation:

  1. Demonstrated advanced systematic knowledge and skills in highly specialized/or complex interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary field of learning to solve crisis and create opportunities to grow and lead in the corporate world.
  2. Displayed strategic and innovative business concepts, or programs that contributed to the attainment of the goals for the company toward economic and social order.
  3. Contributed to the creation of ethical laws, regulations or codes that govern business transactions locally, nationally, and globally.
  4. Conducted business researches and contributed to the existing practical business management practices.
  5. Designed, organized and implemented community and social projects that uplifted the lives of the recipients, and promoted sustainable economic as well as environmental preservation and protection.
  6. Undertaken continuous learning and upgrading of one’s capability.

Program Outcomes

A DBA graduate should be able to:

  1. Embark on business research.
  2. Develop or design new business model, theories or principles.
  3. Present research papers.
  4. Pioneer new and innovative business concept, strategies and programs or projects.
  5. Appraise business environment and industry structure using different theoretical or conceptual frameworks.
  6. Create and execute strategic direction and action plan.
  7. Scrutinize, recommend and justify courses of action or possible solutions to an existing challenges or issues.
  8. Exhibit managerial and leadership skills.
  9. Stay abreast with economic trends and issues.
  10. Categorize and develop new ideas, process and systems for a business entity.
  11. Recognize and integrate technology in any business model.