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Let Stratford University's forward-thinking Doctoral programs in Business Administration and Information Technology help you discover how to navigate the evolving 21st century intelligence terrain—and emerge ready to direct enterprises as a highly valued thought leader or consultant.

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BECOME A PROVEN AND INNOVATIVE PROFESSIONAL OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

  • 81 CREDITS
  • 1 Doctoral Degree

The Career you’ve always wanted


Program Notes

By enabling you to approach the coursework from the industry you are in—or want to be in—our programs enable you to tailor your studies around what you are most passionate about.

You will pursue a course of study enabling you to master such disciplines as Qualitative Research and Writing; Innovative and Strategic Intelligence; Enterprise System Architecture; and Enterprise Software Architecture; and choose from such specializations as Data Science and Big Data Analytics; Cyber Security; Entrepreneurship; and Information Technology Leadership.

Based on contemporary thought versus traditional approach, our courses seek to unleash your creativity and simultaneously unlock you right and left brain potential—providing you with challenging new ways to think about the future and make your mark on the world.

While the Doctor of Information Technology is approved through ACICS, the Department of Education and the Council of Higher Education Accreditation only recognizes ACICS’ scope of accreditation through the Master’s degree level. Therefore, the US Department of Education and the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) do not recognize this doctoral program.

Admission Requirements

Stratford University Applied Doctoral Programs prepare current and future business and IT leaders for navigating the evolving intelligence terrain necessary to lead enterprises to greater heights of value creation for customers, employees, shareholders, and the global community.

Admission Requirements
  • Completion of Application and Enrollment Agreement
  • Master’s Degree in specified field of study with a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
  • A TOEFL score of 550 or equivalent score if English is not the primary language
  • Resume outlining a minimum of 5 years significant professional work experience in the related field of study.
  • A 750 word statement of purpose indicating the applicant’s interest in pursuing the advanced degree and the relationship to their future goals
  • A 750 word research and writing sample; a specified topic is provided for each cohort.
  • Two letters of recommendation that demonstrate capability to succeed at doctoral-level studies.
  • Candidate approval by selection committee
Acceptance
  • An applicant is accepted subject to successfully completing the first 800-level Research and Writing course with a grade of B or higher.
  • Doctoral candidates may retake the Research Methods once with the approval of the Program Chair.
Time and Location
  • Programs are campus-based and offered only at the Falls Church Campus.
  • Classes will be held on Friday evening and Saturday morning.
International Students
  • International students are eligible to enroll in the program as F-1 Visa students.
  • For details, contact the International Student Office at the Falls Church Campus.

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