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Executive Doctorate in
Business Administration

The Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (EDBA) is a professional doctoral program for executives who have a master’s degree in business or related advanced degree. Each student works closely with a faculty advisor for the duration of the 3-year program, and the experience culminates with a year-long dissertation that addresses issues and challenges that apply directly to the executive’s business interest. EDBA students meet once a month on campus, and no GMAT is required.

About the EDBA


What is an EDBA?

What is an EDBA?

Find out more about the EDBA and a comparison to a Ph.D. degree.

Why the Rollins EDBA?

Why the Rollins EDBA?

Rollins is the first school in Florida to offer a doctoral degree for executives.

Candidate Profile

Candidate Profile

Learn more about the landscape of executive doctoral students in our program.

EDBA Faculty

EDBA Faculty

Students will be taught by leading Rollins graduate business professors.

Program Leadership

Program Leadership

Meet the leadership team of our executive doctorate program.

Schedule and Courses

Schedule and Courses

Read more about the schedule and courses for the EDBA student.

Deadlines

Deadlines

We are now accepting applications for our Fall 2015 class, learn more.

FAQs

FAQs

Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about the Rollins EDBA.

Tuition & Financial Aid

Tuition & Financial Aid

Financial aid options are available to fund your EDBA investment.


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