Why a PhD in Business?

It might be the title of the doctoral degree, but a PhD in business is about so much more than just academics. In addition to rigorous coursework and a research component, a PhD in business also involves training in leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills. Earning a PhD in business can provide you with the know-how to tackle complex business challenges and contribute innovative solutions. As technology changes the way businesses operate, employees with advanced business degrees will be increasingly sought after.


Why Study @ AU?

-Fully in-person or online curriculum
-Christ-centered philosophy
-Diverse learning environment
-Accomplished professors
-Mentorship of next generation leaders

The master plan...

Yes! Earn a coveted PhD in Business Admin in just 4 years attending full time! During these 4 years you will harness your ability to think analytically and critically, as well as develop and implement innovative solutions to complex business problems.

Our promise

Our promise is to offer you the most advanced business degree for a wide variety of careers within both the private and public sector, making it an excellent investment for the future.

A PhD in business provides graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to Address critical questions about how businesses operate and how they can be improved. Through research and analysis, graduates learn to see beyond the surface of problems and develop creative solutions. They also become familiar with current academic thinking on business topics, making them well-prepared to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in this field.

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