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The Doctor of Business Administration program in Management of Engineering and Technology at Northcentral University examines the relationship between technology and business practices with a focus on improving organizational productivity and outcomes. Continue reading to find out more about the Doctor of Business Administration program in Management of Engineering and Technology.
Northcentral University's online Doctor of Business Administration program in Management of Engineering and Technology explores the challenges and considerations of achieving high levels of organizational productivity, including technological advancement and globalization. You'll have the opportunity to learn how to improve organizational processes, such as strategic planning, decision-making and evaluation using business technologies. Additional topics discussed include the applications of systems theory and decision theory, strategic technology management, operations management and enterprise project management
You must have already earned a master's degree from an accredited institution before enrolling in the Doctor of Business Administration program in Management of Engineering and Technology. It may also be beneficial to have a professional background in business or information technology.
You must complete a minimum of 54 credits to earn the Doctor of Business Administration in Management of Engineering and Technology. Up to 12 additional credit hours will be allowed as needed to complete the dissertation research. In addition to 12 foundational credits and 12 research credits, you must complete 15 specialization credits, 12 dissertation credits, and three doctoral comprehensive examination credits.
Courses for a Doctor of Business Administration in Management of Engineering and Technology
|Course Code||Course Name|
|Required Foundation Courses|
|BTM 7101-8||Foundations for Doctoral Study in Business|
|MGT 7019-8||Ethics in Business|
|SKS 7000-8||Doctoral Comprehensive Strategic Knowledge Studies|
|BTM 7104-8||Statistics I|
|BTM 7102-8||Business Research Methodology|
|BTM 7103-8||Research Design|
|BTM 7106-8||Quantitative Research Design|
|BTM 7109-8||Planning Dissertation Research in Business|
|Select five courses from the following:|
|MET 7000-8||Fundamentals of Productivity|
|MET 7002-8||Applications of Systems Theory|
|MET 7003-8||Applications of Decision Theory|
|MET 7006-8||Operations Research|
|MET 7015-8||The Impact and Process Optimization of Technology|
|MET 7020-8||Strategic Technology Management|
|MET 7029-8||Enterprise Project Management|
|Doctoral Comprehensive Examination|
|CMP 9400B||Doctoral Comprehensive Examination - Business (DBA)|
|DIS 9401B||Doctoral Dissertation Research I|
|DIS 9402B||Doctoral Dissertation Research II|
|DIS 9403B||Doctoral Dissertation Research III|
|DIS 9404B||Doctoral Dissertation Research IV|
The Doctor of Business Administration program in Management of Engineering and Technology can help you prepare for teaching positions at institutions of higher education or for senior-level management opportunities within virtually any business or organization that utilizes business information technologies. As a graduate of the program, you could pursue positions such as: