|Minimum 3 years to complete the 2 phases degree|
|January , March , May , August , October|
The HELP Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)? degree seeks to prepare discerning individuals who are committed to personal, professional and organizational growth. It is offered through a blend of taught subjects, workshops/seminars and supervised research. It is designed to make a contribution to the enhancement of trans-disciplinary professional practice in business management disciplines, in addition to a contribution to knowledge via the development and application of theoretical frameworks, methods, and techniques within the context of practice to address real-world business issues.
Students will not only be able to bring new and relevant scholarship to bear on new business and management issues, but they can also create, apply, integrate and present scholarly research to both academic and non-academic audiences and adopt innovative solutions to business problems and opportunities.
The HELP DBA is accredited by Chartered Management Institute, UK (CMI) which offers students a second professional qualification – Level 8 Qualification in Strategic Direction and Leadership after they complete the DBA.
A dual accredited DBA not only advances learners’ professional career but also elevates their credential to pursue consulting opportunities and a career in academia. HELP DBA is the only DBA accredited with the highest level 8 CMI qualification in Asia. With the CMI accredited HELP DBA learners can fast track into their next stage to become Chartered Managers, (CMgr).
PHASE I: LEARNING MODULES (10 UNITS)
PHASE 1-10 COURSEWORK
In Phase 1 – there are two assignments for each course to enable students to demonstrate that they have successfully met the learning outcomes : Assignment I (40%) and Assignment II(60%) which may be demonstrated through written assignment, mini proposal, individual and/or group presentation. Students will be provided with the rubric of assessment.PHASE II-DISSERTATION
In Phase II -students are required to complete a supervised dissertation, defend their research proposal and sit for the final Oral Defence of graduate.
Applicants must have one of the following entry requirements: