Hello all, I'm a tenure track professor at a small liberal arts school in the northeast. I left an AACSB program ABD to take the job and a combination of bad luck for me (a couple of major surgeries) and for others (my diss chair had a loss in his family) meant my progress slowed to a crawl. I ultimately never defended a proposal, let alone my dissertation (though I do have nearly 190 pages of, well, mostly crap. The lit review is pretty good, but my methods involved moderated mediation and, well, let's just say it never came together. But enough about that, my issue is that I'm torn as to what to do next. My school would have accepted an online DBA program as an acceptable terminal degree, which leads me to believe that there are other schools out there that will, too. Reading some of the comments on here, though, has me feeling like that's not the prevailing opinion. I've been looking at the Wilmington DBA program and the St. Leo DBA program as a way to finish my terminal degree. I've read about them on here, so what I'm basically asking is "does anyone have any anecdotes about people from these programs finding tenure track positions?" St. Leo claims a placement at Penn State Harrisburg, but I didn't see anyone's credentials on that school's website. Any recommendations or suggestions? Should I just go take my MBA and go make money in industry (my job certainly wasn't too highly paying, only 55k-ish)? Am I tilting at windmills? Any advice would be welcome.