Affordable DBA awarded by University of America (Online)

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Program Description

The University of America is authorized by the State of Florida Department of Education Commission on Independent Education by Section 1005.06(1)(f), Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-5.001, and 1997 Florida Code TITLE XVI EDUCATION Chapter 246 Nonpublic Postsecondary Institutions 246.084(1)(2)(3) Authorization. UA is also fully accredited by ACCREDITATION SERVICE FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (ASIC), A UK international accreditation agency recognized by UK GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION and IMMIGRATION (HOME OFFICE) and listed in the US CHEA’s directory of recognized international accrediting agencies.

Doctor of Business Administration awarded by University of America

  • DBA7001 Human Resources Management 3 Credits
  • DBA7002 Personnel Training Development 3 Credits
  • DBA7003 Customer Service and Relationship Management 3 Credits
  • DBA7004 Inventory, Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
  • DBA7005 Meeting, Conference and Event Management 3 Credits
  • DBA7006 Team Building 3 Credits
  • DBA7007 Talent and Performance Management 3 Credits
  • DBA7008 Business Writing 3 Credits
  • DBA7009 Business Communications 3 Credits
  • DBA7010 Research Skills 3 Credits
  • DBA7011 Public Speaking and Relations 3 Credits
  • DBA7012 Employee Accountability and Dispute Resolution 3 Credits
  • DBA7013 Dissertation (100 pages) 9 Credits
Last updated March 2018

About the School

You will be experiencing various ways of distance education with ACET which suit your needs, for example: Asynchronous Delivery, Synchronous Delivery, Interactive eLearning Technology with audio. In t ... Read More

You will be experiencing various ways of distance education with ACET which suit your needs, for example: Asynchronous Delivery, Synchronous Delivery, Interactive eLearning Technology with audio. In today’s hi-tech world, people prefer to communicate with others using their computers, cell phones, and BlackBerry’s. Mobile learning (or mLearning) goes beyond teaching face-to-face in the classroom to allow people the freedom to learn “wherever and whenever”. Mobile learning involves people learning online (eLearning) with their mobile devices. Read less