Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees are the most sought-after degrees in the world because of their demonstrated value-creation of successful business enterprises. Delaware Valley University's MBA program provides:

  • Business knowledge – strategy and concept development including execution and operations management
  • Leadership abilities – understanding and practical experience to effectively lead teams and organizations
  • Networking – the opportunity for alliances with classmates, professors and industry professionals

The MBA degree prepares each student to participate effectively as an informed citizen in the affairs of our local, national and global society by enhancing their ability to assess business activity and to contribute productively in their careers using knowledge learned during their study of business. The emphasis of the program focuses upon the goal of developing strategic thinkers and future leaders who can innovate and implement solutions to business challenges.

Program goals are accomplished through effective teaching defined as practical and relevant course content with experiential learning opportunities. The graduate business curriculum provides its students with knowledge of current business and economic thought and develops students' understanding of the role played by business entities in our society. The Master of Business Administration program leverages student knowledge gained from their bachelor’s degrees, work experience, and provides master’s level rigor to stretch and grow students.

Students of diverse backgrounds and varying experiences are attracted to the MBA. DelVal offers an MBA program to accommodate as many various scheduling needs as there are students. To meet these needs, DelVal offers part-time and full-time programs from a selection of evening on-campus and online courses.

Military Scholars for America
DelVal is a participating Yellow Ribbon School and offers the Military Scholars Program (MSA) supporting the Post-9/11 GI Bill. The MSA Scholars Program could mean no out-of-pocket education expenses for qualified students.

Learn more about program by browsing the curriculum and course descriptions, or make an appointment with For assistance with an application, please contact Catherine Sinclair at 215.489.4840, for more information.