DBA | Doctor of Business Administration

The CalSouthern DBA Program: Online Doctoral Course Listing

Below, please find the online doctoral courses which comprise CalSouthern’s Doctor of Business Administration online degree program. The DBA program consists of an integrated sequence of doctorate courses and a doctoral project that encompasses 60 credits beyond a master’s degree.

Required First Year Courses

MIS 87510 Technology Concepts for Managers

Credits : 3

This course studies the role of information technology in organizational operations, decision-making, and learning, all under the premise that possessing adequate knowledge of technology is a prerequisite for a successful manager. The course explores the dynamic links between technology and business strategies. Topics reviewed include technology life cycles, mapping, core competence, and competition assessment, as well as internal and external technology transfer.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor
  • Evaluate systems thinking related to business communication, Supply Chain Mgt. and Porter's value chain analysis
  • Analyze organizational needs for ERP systems and the relationship of IT metrics and effectiveness
  • Assess the need for ethics and security and the effect on IT roles and responsibilities
  • Summarize the impact of quality on information and its relationship to DBMS
  • Investigate BI, Data Warehouses, CRM and various systems in making business decisions
  • Evaluate the challenges of E-Business and describe the next generation of online business
  • Analyze the SDLC and the fundamentals of Project Management
  • Demonstrate an understanding of BI Tools and how they benefit the business
  • Evaluate various sourcing models and how business and technology is shaping 21st century organizations
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze and evaluate your overall comprehension of the course relative to a broad-based evaluation of you understanding of the course concepts
  • Deliver an effective oral presentation through an informative and persuasive presentation
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Required Second Year Courses

MIS 87510 Technology Concepts for Managers

Credits : 3

This course studies the role of information technology in organizational operations, decision-making, and learning, all under the premise that possessing adequate knowledge of technology is a prerequisite for a successful manager. The course explores the dynamic links between technology and business strategies. Topics reviewed include technology life cycles, mapping, core competence, and competition assessment, as well as internal and external technology transfer.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor
  • Evaluate systems thinking related to business communication, Supply Chain Mgt. and Porter's value chain analysis
  • Analyze organizational needs for ERP systems and the relationship of IT metrics and effectiveness
  • Assess the need for ethics and security and the effect on IT roles and responsibilities
  • Summarize the impact of quality on information and its relationship to DBMS
  • Investigate BI, Data Warehouses, CRM and various systems in making business decisions
  • Evaluate the challenges of E-Business and describe the next generation of online business
  • Analyze the SDLC and the fundamentals of Project Management
  • Demonstrate an understanding of BI Tools and how they benefit the business
  • Evaluate various sourcing models and how business and technology is shaping 21st century organizations
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze and evaluate your overall comprehension of the course relative to a broad-based evaluation of you understanding of the course concepts
  • Deliver an effective oral presentation through an informative and persuasive presentation
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Required Third Year Courses

MIS 87510 Technology Concepts for Managers

Credits : 3

This course studies the role of information technology in organizational operations, decision-making, and learning, all under the premise that possessing adequate knowledge of technology is a prerequisite for a successful manager. The course explores the dynamic links between technology and business strategies. Topics reviewed include technology life cycles, mapping, core competence, and competition assessment, as well as internal and external technology transfer.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor
  • Evaluate systems thinking related to business communication, Supply Chain Mgt. and Porter's value chain analysis
  • Analyze organizational needs for ERP systems and the relationship of IT metrics and effectiveness
  • Assess the need for ethics and security and the effect on IT roles and responsibilities
  • Summarize the impact of quality on information and its relationship to DBMS
  • Investigate BI, Data Warehouses, CRM and various systems in making business decisions
  • Evaluate the challenges of E-Business and describe the next generation of online business
  • Analyze the SDLC and the fundamentals of Project Management
  • Demonstrate an understanding of BI Tools and how they benefit the business
  • Evaluate various sourcing models and how business and technology is shaping 21st century organizations
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze and evaluate your overall comprehension of the course relative to a broad-based evaluation of you understanding of the course concepts
  • Deliver an effective oral presentation through an informative and persuasive presentation
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Required Doctoral Project Courses

MIS 87510 Technology Concepts for Managers

Credits : 3

This course studies the role of information technology in organizational operations, decision-making, and learning, all under the premise that possessing adequate knowledge of technology is a prerequisite for a successful manager. The course explores the dynamic links between technology and business strategies. Topics reviewed include technology life cycles, mapping, core competence, and competition assessment, as well as internal and external technology transfer.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Integrate the course concepts through interaction with other Learners and your Mentor
  • Evaluate systems thinking related to business communication, Supply Chain Mgt. and Porter's value chain analysis
  • Analyze organizational needs for ERP systems and the relationship of IT metrics and effectiveness
  • Assess the need for ethics and security and the effect on IT roles and responsibilities
  • Summarize the impact of quality on information and its relationship to DBMS
  • Investigate BI, Data Warehouses, CRM and various systems in making business decisions
  • Evaluate the challenges of E-Business and describe the next generation of online business
  • Analyze the SDLC and the fundamentals of Project Management
  • Demonstrate an understanding of BI Tools and how they benefit the business
  • Evaluate various sourcing models and how business and technology is shaping 21st century organizations
  • Demonstrate ethical behavior in regard to information and information technology
  • Analyze and evaluate your overall comprehension of the course relative to a broad-based evaluation of you understanding of the course concepts
  • Deliver an effective oral presentation through an informative and persuasive presentation
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