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Online PhD Programs in Business & Management

Why get a business and management doctorate degree? When it comes to today's global business world, having experience as your only knowledge base just won't cut it. While an MBA or business administration degree can offer extensive training, they are becoming more and more common. Earning a doctorate of business administration (DBA) can help you get ahead of the competition and land a high paying business job. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median average salary of a CEO in 2004 was $140,350. Since a position like this pays well and is highly esteemed, competition is tough.

Getting your education through an online doctoral program in business and management can be an effective, efficient way to earn your degree. You can learn at your own pace and continue working in your current job. Your classes will teach you about management philosophies, taking business risks, managerial practices, and how technology affects businesses. While no degree can guarantee a specific job or salary, having a higher level of education is a definite asset when you're trying to stand out from other business administration graduates.

Regardless of where you want to take your doctorate of business administration, having the right education gets you off to a head start.

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