If you’re trying to decide between a doctor of business administration degree – a DBA – or a PhD in business, here’s the bottom line on the difference between the two.
By Dr. Sherrie Lewis, assistant professor of management
The strong response we have been receiving to Saint Leo University’s new Doctor of Business Administration degree program (DBA) has generated some commonly asked questions.
While the answers to many program-specific questions can be found on our program overview (available at the bottom of this post) and the previous blog post, "Taking a Closer Look at Saint Leo's DBA Degree Program," I’d like to address one issue, in particular: the difference between a DBA and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree in business administration.
Here are answers to some of the questions we have received concerning the two degrees.