Christine Seel, Chairperson
Lawrence B. Stelmach, Chairperson
William Viel, Chairperson
David S. Beck
Guoqi (George) Lu
The mission of the Department of Business and Information Management is to provide students with a comprehensive career program that stresses the science and art of managing the human, physical, and financial resources of a business. The curriculum addresses principles, concepts, and practices that influence the activities of finance, operations, human resources and marketing of a business.
Business Administration is a broad, comprehensive career program that deals with the science and art of managing the human, physical and economic resources of a business enterprise. As a science and art, it deals with principles, concepts, and practices that influence the activities of finance, production, personnel, distribution and marketing. Emphasis is placed on management’s ability to analyze, plan, motivate, coordinate and control the varied activities necessary for effective and successful operation of a business organization.
In addition to going on for a Master’s in Business Administration, Delaware Valley University business graduates have found positions as: commercial loan analysts, owners/operators of businesses, accountants, compliance specialists, credit associates, supervisors, office managers, bankers, and auditors, as well as other positions in management.
There are five specializations within Business and Information Management: Accounting, General Business, Management, Marketing, and Sports Management. These specializations allow students, with departmental counseling, to focus their programs to better fit their career goals.
The total number of credits required for graduation with a degree in Business Administration is 125, which includes 4 credits for completion of the Experiential Learning Program.
The Experience 360 (E360) program at Delaware Valley University is a graduation requirement for all full-time undergraduate students. Students can choose from multiple experiential learning activities and will earn 4 credits for the E360 depending on their major’s program requirements.
Full-time undergraduate students must complete a minimum of two experiential learning activities with at least one for academic credit.
Students must have completed 27 credits to enroll in Experience 360 Activities.
All students must complete an introductory course prior to enrolling in any Experience 360 Activities.
Students must consult with their Department Chairs for specific major requirements to complete the Experience 360 Program.
- Business Administration Minor
- Business Administration, A.S
- Business Administration, Accounting Specialization, B.S.
- Business Administration, Animal Center Management Specialization, B.S.
- Business Administration, General Business Specialization, B.S.
- Business Administration, Management Specialization, B.S.
- Business Administration, Marketing Specialization, B.S.
- Business Administration, Sports Management Specialization, B.S.