Hello everyone, I'll be finishing up my MBA in November of this year. I was dreading going back to school for it but surprisingly ended up enjoying it. I'm considering continuing my education for three reasons: 1) Personal Achievement 2) Professional/Career Development 3) Tuition Reimbursement - My company will pay 90% of the cost of the doctorate, perhaps 100% I can't take time off of work so quitting and doing a full PHD program isn't an option. So my questions are: 1) Is a DBA even worth it? I'd be far more willing to do it if it wasn't three plus years. I can commit to it now but who knows what my life will be like in two years 2) Is a second Master degree an option? Perhaps a masters of leadership or project management? Or would that look strange or be worthless since I have the MBA? 3) Any idea what the time commitment would be for one DBA class compared to the MBA classes I took? Additionally, the schools I am looking at are: Liberty - I see their program is accredited. They have more specialization options. Not a huge fan of the religion or political aspects though. Not sure what employers would think about this university. Bellevue - I've never heard of it but I like how the DBA is structured (No final project, it is worked throughout the course). I've seen some "diploma mill" reviews. Again, not sure how an employer would look at this school. Franklin - Nothing good or bad to say really. Looks like a standard DBA program. I'm open to other schools if suggested. If anyone has experience with getting a DBA or any of these schools please let me know. I have months to decide but I like to start planning far in advance. Thanks.