Doctorate Programs

Like a master degree, a doctoral degree is a post-graduate degree. It usually follows the completion of a bachelor and master degree. However, some doctoral program do admit students who do not have a master degree. A doctoral degree is a “terminal degree”, or the highest and final degree available in a particular field of study or discipline. Most doctoral programs require a full-time commitment, unlike bachelor and master degrees that can be completed on a part-time basis. Traditionally, doctoral programs were primarily academic or research focused. Today, a majority of doctoral programs are designed to help students acquire advanced skills and knowledge in preparation for a career. A doctoral degree typically takes anywhere from three to five years to complete.

List of Doctoral Degrees

  • Doctor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering
  • Doctor of Commerce
  • Doctor of Education
  • Doctor of Engineering
  • Doctor of Health Administration
  • Doctor of Health Science
  • Doctor of Juridical Science
  • Doctor of Law
  • Doctor of Liberal Studies
  • Doctor of Management
  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Doctor of Public Administration
  • Doctor of Science