Student Name: Ahmed Elbelbasi
Student ID: BE190005
semester credit hours) This course is designed to guide students in the preparation of completing an original project/dissertation. Students must define a specific topic for a project/dissertation, write and submit a prospectus for approval, and form a project/dissertation committee. Students will perform research of the selected specific topic, critically evaluate the research, conduct a preliminary review of the literature and information sources related to the proposed research and specific topic and write and submit the introduction to the project/dissertation (chapter one) for approval.
Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of all DBA program course requirements and the comprehensive examination.
semester credit hours) This course is designed to guide students in the preparation of completing an original project/dissertation. Students must write and submit the literature/information review (chapter 2) for approval. Students, upon the recommendation of the chair and other committee members, will submit any revisions needed to the introduction to the project/dissertation (chapter one). Upon approval (of chapters 1 & 2), students will begin writing the methodology or a designed approach to problem resolution (chapter three) through completion. Prerequisite(s): BUS 785
semester credit hours) This course is designed to guide students in the preparation of completing an original project/dissertation.
Students will complete any data collection, gathering, and/or analysis, interpret the results and then draw conclusions based on results. Subsequently, students
BUS 710 Finance for Managers A+
BUS 715 Global Economics A
BUS 720 Marketing Strategy & Consumer Behavior B+
BUS 725 Business Intelligence & Information Systems. B+
BUS 735 Leading Change. A
BUS 740 Global Business Initiatives A
BUS 745 Corporate Social Responsibility B+
BUS 750 Statistics for Business B+
BUS 755 Strategic Planning & Implementation A
BUS 760 Creative Solutions Leadership A
BUS 765 Management of Technological Innovation B+
BUS 770 Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis A
BUS 775 Transformation & Execution Strategies A
BUS 780 Organizational Development B+
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