Doctor of Business Administration DBA

Postgraduate

In Currie

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Description

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    Postgraduate

  • Location

    Currie (Scotland)

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

Home Postgraduate study Business Management International Business Management Doctor of Business AdministrationDoctor of Business Administration DBAHow to apply »DeliveryDistance learningProgramme typeTaughtStudy locationEdinburghEntry dateSeptemberOverviewProgramme contentEntry requirementsFees & scholarships OverviewThe DBA from Edinburgh Business School is designed to help students use research methods to define, implement and evaluate potential solutions for very real business issues. Attracting high-calibre students from across the globe, the DBA builds on the learning gathered in our MBA and MSc courses to create a research-based programme of original thought and novel ideas. Studied on a distant learning basis, students will have the full support of a dedicated Edinburgh Business School supervisor. All DBA students must be fluent in the English language. Programme duration Typically, the DBA programme can be completed by 5 years of self-study.



If the DBA Admissions team decide that your existing Masters level qualifications are not suitable for the subject of your thesis idea, you may be advised to undertake an Edinburgh Business School MSc programme.Programme contentThe courses stage On acceptance on to the programme, you must first complete the three courses titled Introduction to Business Research 1, 2 and 3. These courses support students in understanding the research process: Introduction to Business Research 1 gives you a basic understanding of what research is and how it is carried out. It is particularly useful if you have not undertaken any postgraduate research before. Introduction to Business Research 2 considers research methodology and literature review. It explains how to carry out a business-related literature review and then use it to develop a hypothesis or theory about a business issue. Introduction to Business Research 3 concentrates on statistical techniques for data collection, analysis...

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Currie (Midlothian/Edinburghshire)
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Edinburgh Campus, Riccarton, EH14 4AS

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Subjects

  • IT
  • School
  • Business School
  • Business Administration
  • Doctor
  • Business and Administration
  • Management
  • Business and Management
  • IT Management
  • Team Training
  • English
  • Supervisor
  • English Language

Course programme

Overview

The DBA from Edinburgh Business School is designed to help students use research methods to define, implement and evaluate potential solutions for very real business issues.

Attracting high-calibre students from across the globe, the DBA builds on the learning gathered in our MBA and MSc courses to create a research-based programme of original thought and novel ideas. Studied on a distant learning basis, students will have the full support of a dedicated Edinburgh Business School supervisor.

All DBA students must be fluent in the English language.

Programme duration

Typically, the DBA programme can be completed by 5 years of self-study.

If the DBA Admissions team decide that your existing Masters level qualifications are not suitable for the subject of your thesis idea, you may be advised to undertake an Edinburgh Business School MSc programme.

Additional information

Programme contentThe courses stage On acceptance on to the programme, you must first complete the three courses titled Introduction to Business Research 1, 2 and 3. These courses support students in understanding the research process: Introduction to Business Research 1 gives you a basic understanding of what research is and how it is carried out. It is particularly useful if you have not undertaken any postgraduate research before. Introduction to Business Research 2 considers research methodology and literature review. It explains how to carry out a business-related...

Doctor of Business Administration DBA

Price on request