Back in 2020, we started talking about University of North Alabama (UNA)’s new Executive Doctor of Business Administration (EDBA) program. One of the cool features of this mostly online program is a series of on-campus residency weekends. This is where everyone migrates from Zoom calls to lecture halls, and where students have the chance to build relationships that will last a lifetime. Now that the first cohort has completed two such weekends, we checked in to find out how it’s going. Keep reading to find out what we learned.
In January 2021, the University of North Alabama will welcome the first cohort to their new Executive Doctor of Business Administration (EDBA) program. We spoke to two professors to find out why they can’t wait to get started. Visit UNA’s website to learn more.
When Sylvia Bowen first learned about UNA’s new Executive Doctor of Business Administration, she knew it was for her. She’s a mid-career professional who recently became a mom, and loved a previous teaching stint at Lawson State. We reached out to find out more about what made this Birmingham resident decide UNA’s EDBA was the program for her.