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Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

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The Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) program is designed for professionals seeking to gain a deeper understanding of the principles that govern global business and emphasizes advanced decision- making and leadership skills, as well as in-depth knowledge of theory and applied research.

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The DBA at University of Technology and Education emphasizes advanced decision-making and leadership skills, as well as a thorough understanding of theory and applied research. Students have the opportunity to explore the challenges facing business today, including corporate social responsibility, globalization, and change management.

Foundation Courses I

3 Credits

The PhD candidate must permanently exercise in the reflection of the way in which science has historically approached the problems and the way in which it has founded them, that is, they will have to know what ontological, epistemological and axiological principles have been used for the construction of the Scientific Truth. In this sense, the student must assume his role as producer of scientific knowledge, for this it is necessary to recognize the original and current, external and internal, modern and postmodern frontiers of science in general and of management sciences in particular.

3 Credits

The “Management” literature increases every year, almost in geometric progression, and within it, books, publications, courses, seminars and workshops dedicated to leaders occupy first place. debates whether leaders are born or made; evolutionary psychologists lead us to relate the current characteristics of leaders with those of those who directed the first “homo sapiens”; if leading is a science or an art; whether or not being a leader is different from being a “manager”, a director; about what are or should be their characteristics, skills and attitudes. since the mid- 1990s, the “emotional intelligence” of leaders has been studied and elaborated, and their essential competencies are defined based on it.

3 Credits

Philosophy and the modern managerial process. Determination of the role of ethics in business. The current view of ethics. Ethical dimensions of the managerial role. Business ethics and the ability to value. The ability to decide. The ability to communicate. Managerial responsibility. Profit and rationality. The private and the public cooperation and the common good.

3 Credits

In this first decade of the 21st century, business strategy is becoming increasingly important. The opening of markets and the acceleration of technological changes have boosted competition. Uncertainty And Risks for Companies Are Increasing and Proposing Successful Strategies Is Vital To Survive And Prosper. To the revolutionary contributions of Michael Porter in the eighties, Hamel and Prahalad have been added with the strategic design, Nabeluff and Branderburguer with the theory of coopetition, and hypercompetition raised by D’aveni, all these new theories respond to the New Realities of Accelerated Competition in Contexts of Globalized Markets.

Foundation Courses II

3 Credits

At present, the foundations of the knowledge society revolve around the acceptance that the innovative capacity and technological development of a country or a region are related to the ability of its citizens to generate, disseminate and use knowledge, that it is what allows them to address and carry out changes that have broad repercussions in the economic and social areas. Technology, for its part, is the factor that motivates or, as the case may be, promotes most of the innovative actions. in this context, one of the most relevant aspects to explain what are the value-creating processes of organizations that constitute the current society and economy of knowledge, has been, without a doubt, the proposal of the concept of intellectual capital, as expression of the wealth possessed by that which is neither visible nor tangible but which, however, exists since, although the economic-financial statements have not evaluated and presented it under the conventional principles of accounting information, its incidence in the creation of value of the reference organization and for the economic system as a whole is evident. A justified question, even more, by the productive transformations and by the new relations between the agents of today’s society.

3 Credits

Globalization creates the need for doctoral students to know the markets and national and international investment operations, in order to create investment strategies that minimize risk and increase the profitability of the organizations under their responsibility. Therefore, it is necessary for the doctoral candidate to know the financial system worldwide, as well as the stock markets and the use of instruments to make corporate investments such as international investments.

3 Credits

Strategic planning in management is one of the most important elements for the planning of any company, public or private. In organizations, planning has that importance based on scientific, historical and empirical principles. Currently, strategic planning includes future studies that allow visualizing the execution of the company’s mission efficiently and supports the development of the vision effectively. These activities are necessary to offer a final result that can be tangible but that allows a vanguard position to maintain the sustainability of the company.

3 Credits

Human Capital Management is oriented to provide a precise description of the current performance of a worker or his potential for future performance, it is currently considered a priority area within the management of Human Resources. Develop research on performance management through the design of evaluation processes that facilitate the identification of competencies, and individual differences, to strengthen communication between supervisors and supervised, and serve as input to the compensation, training and development process.

Foundation Courses III

3 Credits

The advancement of techno-science has given rise to the urgent need to assume interdisciplinarity between the different areas of knowledge, from there arises the possibility of integrating or relating one discipline of knowledge with another, as is the case of the curricular unit called Neuromanagement. This is explained insofar as organizations are institutional bodies, but directed by subject bodies, which command processes, but also human resources, this being an important subject in the academic training of postgraduate students linked to Business Administration Sciences.

3 Credits

Business cooperation or also known as cooperation between companies, is a strategy that seeks the achievement of corporate objectives to satisfy common needs among participating companies, either to minimize costs or to have greater market penetration through economic transactions.

3 Credits

The perspective of public management and governance, essentially deals with government capacities, understood as the resources which are available to govern society, where the government sector is a fundamental agent that integrates a public management process that dominates social dynamics in all matters of your interest. consequently, one must look towards the future of society, whose functioning is modeled by the presence of new collective, independent and interdependent subjects, characterized by a global and mostly democratic environment. consequently, public management and governance should be seen as the interaction of various social agents, where citizen deliberation on the nature of public affairs is incorporated, on the actions that are carried out to address them in a context characterized by influence. politics, the ways of organizing the state, as well as the management of the public, which produces a displacement and inherence of the collective toward the management of government, inclusive to the process of evaluating the capacity or efficiency of the government.

3 Credits

The internal and external environment of organizations has changed significantly in recent years, successful managers will be those who adapt the concepts that were successful in the past and create new ways of managing the company to challenge the systems. Managers must develop a new set of managerial competencies that go beyond simple resource management, including negotiation and mediation. Develop cognitive, procedural and attitudinal skills for the effective and efficient exercise of negotiation and mediation processes in the managerial field.

3 Credits

Analyze and interpret the various criteria of the regulatory framework implemented by the american and international state, which access the organizational legal foundations in companies or organizations (public or private), in relation to their rights and obligations formalizing its scope and effects.

Foundation Courses IV

3 Credits

Develop skills in participants that allow expanding and strengthening knowledge and conceptual analysis of strategic thinking, as a basis for the process of formulation and deployment of strategies tending to shape the future strategic profile of the organization.

3 Credits

At present, and giving continuation to the traditional management, it maintains that in companies in crisis and in moments of uncertainty, quick decisions must be made to rebuild the situation. However, recent research from the Wharton School suggests that managers should take refuge in just the opposite, that is, in slowness. But how slow are you referring to it? It means that managers, instead of making a quick decision, should take into account the alternative definitions of the situation that their lower managers are seeing. In short, it is about making a decision from immobility or taking it taking into account that reality is not static or unidirectional, but multiple.

3 Credits

Organizational changes obey the impact of external and internal factors in institutions, which implies management under new paradigms. this makes logistics is focused as a trend to manage efficient, effective, competitive and socially responsible actions. in this context, companies of the 21st century must assume comprehensive logistics as a requirement for economic and social profitability in the production, distribution of products and services, which allow organizations to be increasingly successful in the global environment, within a framework of environmental social responsibility.

3 Credits

At the beginning of the second decade of the 21st century, innovation, professional skills, information management, process automation, and humanization of organizations, among other aspects, are paradigms that guide managerial postmodernity. In this sense, today, within this globalized context, innovation is the responsibility of people within a company, society, culture, among others. With the purpose of contributing something new that improves the quality of life of human beings. In the first decades of the 21st century, with the dizzying advancement of science and technology, innovation has gone from being a reactive and impulsive task, carried out by a few, to being a planned and managed program in which more participate. People Within a Certain Context. Due to the aforementioned, innovation is considered from a systemic and holistic point of view, which covers not only the organizational sphere, but also everything that is related to the human being. For this, synergistic forms of work must be sought to achieve the massification of ideas, knowledge and experiences. Therefore, it is necessary for people to transcend structures, rigidities and bureaucratic barriers to achieve extraordinary things and implement innovative ideas. For this, knowledge must be managed, towards innovation, beyond competitiveness and the generation of economic values, seeking as the ultimate goal.

3 Credits

Throughout history, man has gone through periods of progress and change in his society. Currently, the world is changing rapidly, and the phenomena of unemployment and exclusion are becoming increasingly worrying, especially in countries like ours. Faced with this lack of employment, self-employment begins to be seen as an opportunity, that is, the generation of work itself. Consequently, the concept of entrepreneurship, although it has been important over time, has lately gained greater relevance for our society due to the above. , the idea of increasing the number of entrepreneurs in society. It turns out interesting. And the study of this phenomenon is presented as truly necessary. Faced with the current problem of unemployment and exclusion, self-employment begins to be glimpsed as an opportunity and, consequently, the concept of entrepreneurship becomes more relevant for our society, making its study increasingly interesting and necessary.

Research Courses

Our DBA aims to develop outstanding scholars in the fields of business with the ability to research and develop solutions to issues and problems in their areas of expertise, their communities, their state, the nation, and the rest of the world.

Research Courses I

15 Credits

The seminar’s intention is to form a research space with the aspiring doctors of the Doctorate in Business Administration, strengthening knowledge, skills and attitudes towards research in the management area, analyzing a diversity of paradigms that make their acquisition, application and productivity differentiable scientific. consequently, it is sought that the participant achieves the capacity to investigate and not only at the level of information and report results. In general lines, the program seeks to unify criteria and consolidate a conception of management, investigating and systematizing ideas to extract formal empirical, theoretical, methodological, and logical criteria that structure actions and give validity and reliability to findings and decisions.

15 Credits

Postgraduate studies and specifically doctoral studies constitute the most suitable procedure for higher education institutions to prepare the individual from the conceptual and methodological points of view, to face the task of scientific production. Systematize methodological- conceptual techniques and tools for the purposes of generating scientific production.

15 Credits

The seminar is intended to create a research space with PHd candidates from the business administration program, strengthening knowledge, skills and favorable attitudes toward management research, applying a diversity of paradigms that make their acquisition, application and scientific productivity differentiable. To consolidate a conception of management investigating and systematizing ideas to extract empirical, theoretical, methodological and logical formal criteria that structure the actions validity and reliability of the findings and decisions.

Research Courses II

15 Credits

Formulate the analysis of results, recommendations and proposals applying the technical, scientific and methodological criteria, in correspondence with its epistemic position that will allow its presentation and defense.

15 Credits

The process of data analysis and discussion of results is essential in a doctoral thesis, it is necessary to organize the data by applying some type of analysis that allows responding to the objectives of the investigation. This program delves into quantitative and qualitative data analysis techniques so that the doctoral participant can carry out this process, consistent with the demands and characteristics of the research. Likewise, the discussion is carried out, the proposal is built, in those cases that, depending on the type of research, require it, the achievement of the research objectives is also described through the conclusions of the study and the recommendations are written.

20 Credits

The presentation of the written document and the generation of scientific products that emerge from the research experience in a fundamental aspect at a doctoral level. In this subject, the student organizes the presentation of the written report according to the institutional norms to later organize the structure of its oral support before the synodal court. Based on the results of the study, he develops a scientific article.


To be admitted to a degree program, students must meet the below requirements and need to follow the steps outlined below to provide evidence of such eligibility. An orientation course must be completed before an admitted student can enroll in the first course of the program.


Prospective students may apply at any time during the year, and if accepted, may begin in any term during the year of acceptance or the following year.

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Admissions requirements for the Doctor of Business Administration are listed below:

Frequently Asked Questions

The institute will provide online education utilizing the Educativa LMS (Learning Management System), which has become one of the top LMS companies delivering online education to students, to support and deliver the online educational programs. With Educativa LMS, UTE is able to create a flexible and accessible online learning environment and support students throughout their academic journey.

Moreover, the flexible and powerful features of Educativa LMS helps students think creatively, learn collaboratively, and reach their full potential. As the University strives to establish effective communication with every student, Educativa LMS allows UTE to easily provide student feedback, support collaborative learning, and host discussions via forums, wikis, and video conferencing.

Additionally, the Institution offers LIRN, the Library and Information Resources Network, a hosted on-line library service featuring academic search capabilities. The LIRN® collection provides students with access to peer-reviewed and full-text journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, e- books, podcasts, audio, and video resources to support their academic studies.

The University is located at 2010 NW 150 Ave, Suite 213, Pembroke Pines FL 33028. The administrative office is comprised of 777 sq ft, which includes 4 administrative offices. This space is occupied by on-site Florida staff personnel who maintain the office and student records for all UTE students and personnel. UTE provides its instruction solely through distance education methods.

A credit hour is typically defined by one hour per week of in class instruction, plus another two hours of study outside of class. A credit hour consists of a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of instruction, plus a reasonable period of time outside of instruction which the institution requires a student to devote to preparation for learning experiences, such as preparation for instruction, study of course material, or completion of educational projects.

UTE will not accept transfer of credits from another program from another post-secondary institution. Students will enroll from the beginning of a course or program.

The transferability of credits you earn at UTE is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the credits you earn in the educational program from UTE is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the credits that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason, you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending UTE to determine if your credits will transfer.

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