Doctor of Business Administration

The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program is designed for experienced professionals who are seeking to gain a deeper understanding of the principles that govern global business.

The program emphasizes advanced decision-making and leadership skills, as well as in-depth knowledge of theory and applied research. Doctoral students have the opportunity to explore the challenges facing business today, including corporate social responsibility, globalization, and managing change.

In keeping with our commitment to working adult professionals, we have one of the few doctoral programs in Southern California that allows students to complete their studies in a synchronous hybrid or online format.

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MBA (Global)

 A Global MBA program, generally, refers to an advanced degree that has a diverse student body and a global standard of course structure and curriculum

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MBA (Global) - Specialisations

A Global MBA programme, generally, refers to an advanced degree that has a diverse student body and a global standard of course structure and curriculum.

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Post Graduate Diploma in Management

PGDM is a 2 year diploma programme offered by autonomous B-Schools recognised by AICTE that focuses on providing practical knowledge of management. PGDM full form is Postgraduate Diploma in Management and is equivalent to MBA if the college is accredited by AIU.

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Master of Business Administration

A master of business administration (MBA) is a graduate degree that provides theoretical and practical training for business or investment management. An MBA is designed to help graduates gain a better understanding of general business management functions. An MBA degree can have a general focus or a specific focus in fields such as accounting, finance, or marketing, and relationship management.

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MBA (Exec.) with Specialization in Business Analytics

Executive MBA (EMBA) is a 1-year postgraduate degree course in the field of Business Administration. Executive MBA is offered for a period of 15-18 months by some colleges. EMBA is meant for working professionals as it focuses more on the subtle details of business and less on the theory.

Candidates who wish to pursue the Executive MBA course must be graduated from any stream with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks, with a minimum working experience of 5-10 years. 

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