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VISION MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The degree of Vision Master of Business Administration prepares you for high-level positions within the church community, and the business community. The program gives you a solid business and organizational foundation, paired with important Christian principles for management and human development.

You can choose to take this degree as an accelerated option, or as a full-time option. The prize is the same.

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VISION DOCTORATE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The degree of Vision Doctor of Business Administration prepares you for high-level positions within the church community, and the business community. The program gives you a solid business and organizational foundation, paired with important Christian principles for management and human development.

The program builds upon a Master degree, and any master's degree will be sufficient to use for admission. If you already have an MBA, this DBA will give you even more knowledge and resources to use towards your church community, or other business.

You can choose to take this degree as an accelerated option, or as a full-time option. The prize is the same.

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DOCTOR OF DIVINITY IN CHANGE MANAGEMENT


The Doctorate of Divinity in Change Management is based on the European model, where there is no doctorate courses, only the dissertation.

The DDivChM is a full-time dissertation study, where there is continual interaction between the university and the student. In order to achieve this degree, the student will need to present his/her own research on the subject, and the research questions, hypotheses, and research methodology will have to be approved by the university. The dissertation is defended online
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The theme for the dissertation will have to be related to a religious setting, as well as theories of change management. The overarching purpose of the dissertation will be to establish conclusions that, in some manner, will facilitate and improve current practices or theories related to change management practiced in religious institutions, or in a religious context.