Journey to Success
The College of Business (COB) provides a student-centered learning environment to develop successful future business leaders.
The new partnership between DSU and Piedmont Airlines will provide a pipeline for some DSU aviation students for employment with Piedmont as well as American Airlines.
Financial Planning is a new minor in the academic offerings of the DSU College of Business.
A new fundraising campaign has been recently launched to bring some much needed financial support to the DSU Aviation Program.
Gov. Jack Markell congratulates Adam Cardenas on his completion of a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications, while David Turner (l) chairman of the DSU Board of Trustees, and DSU President Harry L. Williams look on. Earlier in the Commencement, Gov. Markell was presented an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from DSU.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 8:30 a.m.
The Delaware Executive Exchange Program (DEEP) Day was developed to provide College of Business students with an opportunity to engage with top-level executives.
SAP Center of Excellence
The collaboration with SAP offers knowledge of the latest SAP technologies, tools and methods, and provides to students conferences, workshops, internships and employment opportunities with SAP user organizations.
The unique Aviation program, housed within the College of Business, offers a Bachelor of Science degree, with concentrations in Aviation Management or Professional Pilot, and prepares students for careers in the aviation industry.
Departments & Majors
The College of Business (COB) is home to three academic departments, offering five bachelor degrees, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science in Sport Administration (MSA). Students are prepared for career opportunities in Marketing, Management, Management Information Systems (MIS), Accounting, Sport Management, Aviation, and Hospitality and Tourism.
College of Business Centers
The COB Centers provide assistance outside of the class for students to thrive in various business settings. Aside from the Advisement Center, the centers are open to members of the public who are building a business career.
The COB Advisement Center is open to students pursuing a business degree once they enter their sophomore year. The COBAC provides guidance based on curriculum requirements to align student’s goals and interests with career opportunities.
Delaware Center for Enterprise Development
The Delaware Center for Enterprise Development (DCED) offers various programs to educate current and prospective entrepreneurs throughout the state.
Center for the Study of Innovation Management
The Center for the Study of Innovation Management (CSIM) is a research unit focused on the study of innovation management in organizations.
Center for IT Services
The Center for IT Services provides professional IT services at an affordable cost to the government agencies, nonprofit organizations and small business enterprises in and around Delaware through active student involvement and applied research.
Delaware Center for Transportation
The Delaware Center for Transportation Management aims to be a premier resource in the State of Delaware for teaching, training and research in transportation management.
SAP Center of Excellence
The Project Propel Empowered by SAP initiative, spearheaded by DSU, ASUG and SAP (through the SAP University Alliances program) aims to prepare HBCU graduates with critical skills that are in demand among companies in the SAP ecosystem.
Collaboration, Partnerships & Outreach
Developing partnerships with private and corporate sponsors, educational institutions, and federal and state agencies are important pathways in research. Research centers are developed through these partnerships and have a well-defined educational component. Additionally, DSU has partnered with SAP, a market leader in enterprise application software, as well as with the Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG), to become a Center of Excellence in critical enterprise technological advancements, to be shared with students from DSU and other Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) around the country.
Student Opportunities & Scholarships
Welcome to the DSU family! We understand that you are unique and so are your needs. We strive to support you to fulfill your goals and aspirations. In that endeavor, we encourage you to explore the student opportunities available.
Visiting Management Professionals Forum
The Visiting Management Professionals Forum is designed to invite and network with professionals from the business community to share information regarding the companies they represent and the industries they are involved in.
DEEP Day 2017
DEEP (Delaware Executive Exchange Program) Day is an annual, all day event held in February by the College of Business, providing opportunity for professional development and allowing students to network with top-level executives.
Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Series
The Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Series is a series of talks where C-suite level professionals are invited to share their experience with students.
Student Organization Membership
Membership in student organizations allow students to network with fellow students and to take to leadership roles, thereby offering them a well-rounded experiences desired by employers in the field.
Our goal is for every student to have at least one internship during their time in the College of Business. Internships offer experience students can’t truly acquire in the classroom.
The College of Business Mentoring Program provides opportunities for students to connect with business professionals who can offer one-on-one advisement on career paths, goals and expectations based upon real-world experiences and insights.
Explore if Business is for you
This career assessment section evaluates whether studying business is right for the student based on his/her interests.
Frequently Asked Questions
Review FAQs on classes, courses, credit hours, advising and a few other common topics.