The Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) serves as preparation for advanced positions of leadership in business, government, philanthropy, and policy and advocacy organizations. D.B.A. learners gain the skills to advance to top leadership positions and to retain them through rigorous reflection on their professional experiences and in-depth exposure to the insights offered by the world's leading organizations. This Business Quantitative Methods specialization provides learners skills to work as a research and development specialist in a variety of industries including banking and finance, technology, and marketing; depending upon employment experience and prior undergraduate and graduate study. It is also an excellent credential for persons who want to teach quantitative and research courses in business, economics, and management programs at the collegiate level. The Business Quantitative Methods specialization is a unique blend of 'research traditions' and methodologies from economics, finance, history, marketing, operations science, and statistics.
Northcentral University (NCU) is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission.
Cost : ($1.00)
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