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You have likely reviewed your degree plan of the courses you must take to complete your doctoral degree in the School of Business program based on your previous education, transfer credits, and specialization. Use this personalized list to develop a PhD–BA Program Completion Plan that you can follow like a map to the finish line of the program. Remember, good plans have short-term and long-term goals, timelines, contingencies, and measures of success.

For the first part of this assignment, reflect on the courses you must complete to be successful in your degree program. Include the following components in your completion plan:

List the courses you must take to complete your program in the order you intend to take them as well as with timelines for when you would take each course. Remember, most courses are 8 weeks long and there are limited options in what you can take. Be mindful of your other outside commitments to document a reasonable and conservative timeline.

Create a list of short-term and long-term goals to achieve while you complete your degree. Short-term goals could be as simple as setting a timeline for course completion and sharing/discussing it with your academic advisor. Include a minimum of three short-term goals and three long-term goals that will aid you in completing your program. Be sure your goals are measurable and include timelines with each goal. As you write your goals, think of ways to remain motivated throughout your tenure at NCU.

Create a list of potential distractions or issues you may face while completing your program and clearly state how you will address them. For example, a potential distraction could be balancing your job and your coursework.

Explain the support system that you will rely on throughout this program. For example, some students have a family as a support system, while others are going through the program with a friend and intend to help one another stay on track. How will you know when to leverage this support system, and how do you see them supporting your efforts?

For the second part of this assignment, discuss your professional goals as they relate to what occurs after you have earned your degree.

List post-graduation career goals. These career goals can include anything from moving up within your organization, to starting your own company, to teaching business classes somewhere. These should be SMART goals: specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-based. These can be short-term goals (less than a year after graduation), long-term goals (more than a year after graduation), or both.

Indicate how earning your doctoral degree will help you achieve each goal.

Explain how your chosen specialization fits into your career goals.

Discuss the opportunities both domestically and internationally, which may have evolved over the past decade as a result of the increased demand for PhD’s in business.

Your Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration will require the completion of at least 60 units.
As you progress through your program, your Academic Advisor will enter your courses on this degree plan. You are
responsible for ensuring that you complete the number of units required for your degree, in the areas specified by
your Academic Advisor.
If you have questions about your courses, please consult the online catalog available at www.ncu.edu or contact your
Academic Advisor.
Program Information
Degree
Program
PHD-BA – Doctor of Philosophy in Business
Administration (2022-02)
Program Start
Date
6/24/2022
Specialization
Health Services
Program GPA
0
Program Requirements
Program Section
Required Credits
Transferred Credits Satisfied Credits
Core and Foundations
12
0
0
Specializations
15
0
0
Pre-Candidacy Prospectus
3
0
0
Dissertation Research
12
0
0
Electives
3
0
0
Research Courses
15
0
0
60
0
0
Total Credits
Program Summary
Section
Course
Code
Course Name
Core and Foundations
Specializations
Credits Grade
0/12
BUS7101
BUS-7101: Changing Times: Business
Administration in the 21st Century
3
BUS7110
BUS-7110: The Business Environment
3
BUS7120
BUS-7120: Business Financial Systems
3
BUS7130
BUS-7130: Business Leadership & Strategy
3
0/15
Current
Grade
Date
Pre-Candidacy Prospectus
CMP9701B
0/3
CMP-9701B: Pre-Candidacy Prospectus Course
Dissertation Research
3
0/12
DIS9901A
DIS-9901A: Components of the Dissertation
3
DIS9902A
DIS-9902A: The Dissertation Proposal
3
DIS9903A
DIS-9903A: Institutional Review Board (IRB) and
Data Collection
3
DIS9904A
DIS-9904A: The Dissertation Manuscript and
Defense
3
Health Services
0/15
DHA7000
DHA-7000: The United States Healthcare
Delivery System
3
DHA7001
DHA-7001: Healthcare Financial Management
and Economics
3
DHA7003
DHA-7003: Human Resource Management for
Healthcare Administrators
3
DHA7005
DHA-7005: Healthcare Quality Management
3
DHA7006
DHA-7006: Health Law, Ethics, and Policy
3
Electives
0/3
MGT7019
MGT-7019: Ethics in Business
Research Courses
3
0/15
BUS7100
BUS-7100: Scholarly Literature Review
3
BUS7105
BUS-7105: Statistics I
3
BUS7106
BUS-7106: Statistics II
3
BUS7320
BUS-7320: Quantitative Research Design and
Methodology
3
BUS7380
BUS-7380: Qualitative Research Design and
Methodology
3
60 units are required to complete this degree program. 60 units have been selected.

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