The DBA is designed for working professionals.
Evening courses allow you to pursue the degree while working full-time. In fact, taking two courses in the fall and spring semesters and one during the summer means you complete the coursework portion of your degree in 2 1/2 years. Comprehensive exams and the design and completion of a dissertation come afterward.
In-person interaction and keeping his full-time job were advantages St. Ambrose offers through the DBA program, said current DBA student Mike Woods, a Project Manager for John Deere.
His classmate Jenny McGarry, who is a CPA in Clinton, Iowa, agreed. "The convenience of taking classes at night and the program's affordability were key issues for me enrolling at St. Ambrose."
And conducting research doesn't mean you're confined to campus. You can access online any journals and research materials you need.
What have our students researched for their dissertations? We've got a list compiled right here.