New Platform For Doctorates Of Business Administration (DBA): How Do You Identify A Quality Program In The Absence Of Rankings?
How do you assess the quality of a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program in the absence of rankings? The new website DBA Compass provides guidelines for professionals who look for part-time doctoral programs in management
MUNICH, Dec. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In contrast to MBA programs, Doctorates of Business Administration (DBA) are not covered by internationally recognized rankings. Hence, proxies are needed to assess the quality of a program. The new platform Doctor of Business Administration Compass provides an overview of the five most important quality criteria: 1. Assess the research quality of the faculty.2. Have a look at accredited programs.3. Assess the reputation of a school.4. How experienced is the school in teaching?5. How well is the school exposed to executives? The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) offers executives a great opportunity: In three to four years, they can complete a doctoral degree in management without leaving their companies. In many cases, they can even design their research around a topic from within their companies so that their employer profits from the DBA studies. DBA programs differ a lot in terms of quality, however. The platform Doctor of Business Administration Compass provides an overview of more than 230 programs worldwide and guidelines on how to find a quality DBA. The Doctor of Business Administration Compasswww.dba-compass.com went online in October 2012 and provides an overview of management doctorates for professionals. It contains a database with schools and programs, background information on rankings and the difference between a DBA and a PhD as well as events and application deadlines. Further websites are: Master in Management Compass and Master of Business Administration Compass. This press release was issued through 24-7PressRelease.com. For further information, visit http://www.24-7pressrelease.com. SOURCE DBA Compass