Delaware State University’s College of Business offers a learning environment that is challenging, supportive, and holistic. They hire experienced and expert faculty who, along with the CoB, value integrity, diversity, teamwork, continuous improvement, respect, and lifelong learning. Combining innovation and technology, along with foundational business theory, global perspective, and professional development opportunities, have earned the CoB AACSB accreditation and sets students up for great success.
Students pursuing an undergraduate degree can major in Accounting, Sport Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Aviation, or Management. Management students can concentrate their studies in Business Economics, Management Information Systems, Business Analytics, Finance & Banking, Human Resource Management, or Marketing. Graduate students can find a Masters in Business Administration degree to be completed in 12 months, 18 months, or part-time over two years. For those who desire advancement in the industry of sports, there is a Masters in Sport Administration degree, which can be completed in one year.
Qualifying students who have graduated from a high school in Delaware can apply for the Inspire Scholarship. There are numerous other scholarships available for in-state and out-of-state freshmen, returning, and transfer students. It is a trip of a lifetime to study abroad during college. Business students can attend the Dalian University of Technology in China during the spring or summer of 2020. Students have previously studied abroad in places like Ghana, Japan, South Africa, France, and Tanzania.
For a student to successfully get from the “classroom to the boardroom,” they need to experience learning in many different ways. Becoming a member of a student-led organization builds character, leadership abilities, relationships, and professional networking opportunities. Business organizations include the Human Resources Club, Accounting Club, Economics Club, MIS, Sports Management Organization, Financial Planning & Investment Club, Marketing Club, and CEO Club.
Great ways to gain hands-on experience is through participating in an internship, being mentored by a business professional through the Mentoring Program, and the Delaware Executive Exchange Program (DEEP), which gives business students face-to-face time to with some of the highest executives in the region. Centers exist to provide incredible opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community. Students can learn from, research for, and serve others through the different programs offered by each center. These include the Delaware Center for Enterprise Development, the Center for the Study of Innovation Management, the University Center for Economic Development & International Trade, the Delaware Center for Transportation, the SAP Center of Excellence, and the Center for Financial Services Innovation and Technology.
Taking classes in a traditional setting is not always realistic for the working professional or anyone who has obligations during the daytime. Luckily, DSU offers several online degree programs that provide flexibility and accessibility with the same high-level education as residential students. Undergraduates can receive an online Bachelors in Accounting or General Management. Graduate students can pursue a Masters in Business Administration or a Masters in Sport Administration online.