Doctor of Business Administration/Data Analytics, Online at Grand Canyon University

Offered in a convenient online format, this doctoral program empowers expert data analysts to spark new industry-wide innovation.

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For business technology professionals, a new avenue for scholarly and professional achievement has emerged: The Doctor of Business Administration with an Emphasis in Data Analytics at Grand Canyon University.

Gcu Dba Data Analytics

Offered in a convenient online format, this doctoral program empowers expert data analysts to spark new industry-wide innovation. As the global economy evolves at record speed, you will emerge from the DBA Data Analytics program with enhanced skills in the application of "Big Data" to solving business problems and adding to the body of knowledge within this discipline. According to Dr. Ronald Berman, Assistant Dean and Program Chair of the DBA program, "This program is designed for the business technology professional who aspires to lead the innovative use of big data in gaining the competitive advantage."

GCU is Arizona's premier private Christian university, where learners can find their purpose and achieve their potential. Founded in 1949, GCU is today renowned as the leading provider of high-tech, culturally intelligent online and campus-based education.

GCU offers more than 200 academic programs across nine distinct colleges, including the distinguished College of Doctoral Studies. Whether you are an executive or aspiring leader, our DBA program will empower you with the theoretical and practical expertise to deliver next generation leadership while cultivating original research and innovation.

Geared towards the success of each learner, the GCU doctoral program includes:
  • Integrated dissertation process that offers support and efficiency
  • Multi-year case studies that promote active decision-making
  • Doctoral Community NetworkTM that provides interaction with faculty, peers and alumni
  • Research assistance, mentoring and grants
  • Doctoral Residencies for collaboration and reflection
Prepare to strengthen your knowledge and skills within disciplines including microeconomics, research design, business intelligence, data warehousing and mining, capital markets and other emerging issues. Gain exposure to new and emerging tools and models. Build your position as a thought leader within your field - and valuable executive resource within your organization. For more information, visit

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at Important policy information is available in the University Policy Handbook at