Discussion in 'Business and MBA degrees' started by matt, Aug 29, 2007.
This 1st one will be - again the Ed.D in Change
Ed.D. in Organization Change
The OC program focuses on the world’s changing external environments through research, understanding, and practicing the change within, between, and across organizations. Students follow a sequence-oriented curriculum through a series of 12, eight-day,seminar-style sessions held at conference facilities. These sessions are scheduled quarterly over a three-year period and are supported with online segments.
Note that I described the EdD Educational Technology only as having some DL components.
Thanks. I noted that. And I suggested that Pepperdine doesn't offer a DL doctorate, as we would understand it here.
Therefore, it is NOT an online program and should NOT be promoted as such. It's great to know, however, that they are somewhat able to move beyond the narrow type of seat-in-the-butt-physical-classroom-only type of education.
MODS: Can this thread be our DBA Sticky, to go with our MBA Sticky, MED Sticky, and EDD Sticky?
Thank you, Dr. Rene!
I accept with information: There are no so many online DBA or PhD programs in the US. From the ones available, Northcentral is one of the most affordable. It is RA and although you might not want to teach now, it will keep the door open for future academic employment at least as adjunct.
"Northcentral is one of the most affordable"
(Not a fan)
It is important to note that this degree is NOT a business degree, nor is it even close. It is about four areas: research methods, sociology, macroeconomics, and human resource development. It takes a social scientist's approach to all four.
From the Great State of Indiana
Anderson University www.anderson.edu offers the DBA Accounting, DBA Finance, DBA Management, and DBA Marketing based on four one-week residencies per year. Tuition for the 60-hr. program is $1,275/course (15 courses) and $195/hr. for the dissertation (15 hrs.), or $19,125 for the coursework and $2,925 for the dissertation, or $22,050 for total program tuition. There are 27 hrs. of core courses and 18 hrs. of major courses. They are accredited by the North Central Association and the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.
DISCLAIMER: The Tedmeister has a second cousin, an Associate Profesor of Business Administration at Bluffton University, who attended Anderson University for his DBA in Marketing and he is a satisfied customer.
A TOMBALL best value, a must have for 2010 if you are looking for BANG/VALUE/QUALITY
In general potential applicants should:
Hold a master's degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university with a GPA of 3.3 or higher
Have taken the GMAT within the last five years (for GMAT review course information click here)
Have at least five years of professional work experience at the managerial level
Provide three professional letters of recommendation
Provide a written statement (500 words or less) indicating the applicant's chief academic interests, strengths and limitations, reasons for selecting the DM Program and for choosing Walsh College
Provide a professional resume
Provide copies of academic transcripts
Complete an interview (candidate evaluation) with the DM Program Director and/or the DM Program Committee member(s).
COST Total program cost for 3 years - $52,500 (includes dissertations and registration fees) Add travel exp.
My vote: Others are better!
From the Great State of Georgia:
The University of Atlanta www.uofa.edu now offers a DBA in Managerial Science. Tuition, at $1000 each for 15 courses and $500 each for 3 dissertation modules, comes to $16,500. They are accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council.
I posted this on another site:
Nice price, assuming you can accept (a) the limitations of its accreditation, (b) its utter non-presence in academia, and (c) its former reputation (under a different name).
At that price, however, one might wonder what they're not doing/providing?
Not a lot of faculty information. Names and positions of a great number of their administration, but it seems they did not choose to publish bios, vitas, or even sources of degrees.
Glad they finally made it to Atlanta, though. Throught they'd have to adopt the interim name "Interstate 85 University" or something.
Hi, Rich! I merely seek to provide information on all legitimately accredited options for doctoral study in business administration by distance learning. I'm sure most denizens of this board are well aware of the limits of national accreditation. I'm also sure that most denizens of this board are aware of the previous activities of this school under a different name and ownership. Your objections are duly noted, sir.
My comments were not intended to imply the esteemed Mr. Heiks somehow left things out. Rather, let's note that many readers are not yet "denizens" and may not be weighing these other factors.
Thank you! Duly noted.
A good option would be Lancaster University. It is AACSB, allows distance-ed, and very affordable at (20K GBP, roughly $32K for a 4 year programme). Check it out at http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/phd/PhDP...s/PartTimePhD/
and don't forget to treat me to lunch or dinner if you like it
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