Any suggestions on flexible online PhD programs in Business Administration

Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by soconfused, Aug 24, 2021.

  1. soconfused

    soconfused New Member

    I am very interested in getting my PhD. I work in commercial real estate and open to Real Estate Development or Urban Land Economics PhD but cannot find anything that seems legit. My other option is in Business Administration and the only school that has peaked my interest thus far is UNC Greensboro because it's online and super flexible. Are there any other programs that anyone knows of that has remote classes but is a brick and mortar university that has a good reputation?
  2. life_learner

    life_learner Member

    University of Pittsburg is launching an EDBA in Spring 2022. It's 42 credit for one with a master degree and super flexible. I don't know how much it's going to cost but they have info session today.
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    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

  4. datby98

    datby98 Active Member

    Thanks for sharing.

    Since this program is not listed so far in their online programs (, I copy the link here for others who have interests in this EDBA.
  5. life_learner

    life_learner Member

    The tuition for the University of Pittsburg EDBA program is $45,000 per year. It's expensive but probably makes sense given the solid reputation of the university.
  6. chrisjm18

    chrisjm18 Well-Known Member

  7. soconfused

    soconfused New Member

    Sounds like an amazing program, however I only have about 3 years of industry experience thus far so I wouldn’t qualify for this particular program.
  8. soconfused

    soconfused New Member

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    soconfused New Member

  10. TEKMAN

    TEKMAN Semper Fi!

    You might want to contact the University of Glasgow for more information. It was on the site stated that part-time study option via distance learning. It seems they took it down. At some point, I was interested in it, but I just realize finishing my Ph.D. at the University of the Cumberlands is more realistic.
  11. Stanislav

    Stanislav Well-Known Member

  12. Rachel83az

    Rachel83az Well-Known Member

    Isn't that the degree that WES (I think) evaluated as equivalent to an Associate's degree for some reason? Or was it their MBA?
  13. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly Staff Member

    That was their MBA. We've been giving them a hard time for that ever since.
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  14. soconfused

    soconfused New Member

    thanks for the info. I am strongly considering the University of Leicester now!

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