California State University, Northridge is proud to serve as the partner for the US-based cohort of Grenoble Business School's DBA program.
The DBA has become recognized as an important path to advanced personal and professional development. It is suitable for experienced managers and for those interested in advanced study beyond a Master's Degree or MBA. As a professional practice doctorate the DBA is equivalent to a PhD but, the emphasis is on applied rather than theoretical research.
Students are recruited from around the word, and come from a wide variety of countries and career backgrounds. Participants typically have attained significant professional achievement.
Supervising Faculty are individually matched to each DBA candidate and are respected professors from Grenoble Ecole de Management, California State University, Northridge, or another accredited partner University.
Program Schedule and Format: executive-style in-person format, with individual and collaborative work between workshops
Admission Qualifications: Candidates hold a Master’s degree in business/management (MBA, MA, MS or equivalent) or a related discipline from a recognized institution and have a minimum of 3 years professional experience.
CONTACT DR. DEBORAH COURS FOR MORE INFORMATION: firstname.lastname@example.org
DBA Student Frances Turner, a lecturer at Menlo College in the USA, gives her point of view on Grenoble Ecole de Management's DBA program
Master + at least 3 years of management experience
12/09/2012 - Dealine for application: Grenoble
26/11/2012 - Grenoble Intake
11/02/2013 - Grenoble DBA in French : intake
The Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) offered by Grenoble Ecole de Management is a research-based degree which is the highest-level business qualification attainable.
It is a unique, research-based, issue-driven qualification that culminates in a doctoral degree (Doctor of Business Administration).
It focuses on the broad area of the management of technology, organizational change and innovation. It can also cover more traditional research topics in the fields of management, finance, marketing, organizational behaviour, etc.