DBA Christian Leadership & Management

  SAN GREGORIO College & University empowers learners to acquire, apply, and create knowledge through flexible and traditional education programs focusing on progressive and meaningful social relevance, personal enrichment, and professional advancement.    

Program Introduction

San Gregorio College & University Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) prepares students for expanded managerial and leadership responsibility and administrative roles in religious organizations, Christian communities and Christian outreach by concentration on developing their managerial and leadership qualities. Students will acquire a complete understanding and grasp of each facet demanded of leaders in the field today, whether they are a volunteer outreach participant in their church or Christian organization leader, administrator, pastor, or a valuable assistant to those who are, and for whom they serve and work.

  • Enrollment - SAN GREGORIO students may enroll in any month of the year prior to the next months scheduled start of the classes they are enrolling. Enrollment will not be permitted beyond one month in advance. A minimum of six students must be enrolled in each class. No more than 25 students may be enrolled at any one time in a class. Students wishing to enroll in a class that is full will be scheduled and assigned to another section to permit as many students to enroll to meet student requirements.
  • Enrollment Requirements -SAN GREGORIO is an Open Admissions college. Enrollment continues from month to month for new matriculating students. Part time students taking two or less courses per eight week sessions will take approximately 1.5 to 2 plus years to complete the SAN GREGORIO College DBA program. All DBA enrolled graduate students have up to five years to complete their program degree requirements. Check brochure for complete details. 
  • Grading - The basic minimal guidelines for graduate student grades include student attendance whether online or via distance or on-ground; accumulated quiz scores; participation in discussions in class forums; and cooperative research with other students. Mid-term exams and final exams account for a minimal 60% of a student’s term grade. Attendance, quizzes, and participation (includes written assignments) contribute a minimum of 40% to a student’s overall class session grade in accordance with San Gregorio College policy. 


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