The world of business and management is going through rapid and profound changes; therefore, new theories need to be created and novel strategies, as well as practices, needs to be implemented. Institutional leaders, policy makers, and administrators are confronted with novel situations in their respected professional field and indeed this has precipitated the need for new knowledge to be quickly translated into practice, which can be achieved with the help of advanced research activity. It is in this context that Lincoln University College introduced its innovative Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program – with its other post-graduate management education programmes. The DBA exposes candidates to critical management issues and relevant theories; ensures that students acquire a thorough understanding of all the aspects related to this programme and requires them to demonstrate a post-MBA level of conceptual understanding. It has been designed to develop their ability to, source, analyze, interpret, explain and link data, communicate research effectively as well as expeditiously and translate concepts into practice. For successful completion of PhD degree in LUC, each candidate should publish minimum of four research articles in Scopus indexed journals, with Lincoln affiliation.

TESC offers DBA Program from Lincoln University College, Malaysia, and Asia Metropolitan University, Malaysia.

DBA Courses:

  1. Research Design
  2. Organizational Behaviour
  3. Marketing Philosophy and Strategy
  4. Research methodology
  5. Research Analysis Techniques
  6. Current Issues in Economics
  7. Entrepreneurship management
  8. Global Enterprise and Leadership
  9. Recent trends in Financial Decision Making
  10. Doctoral Dissertation
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