The MBA program at Delaware Valley College has a concentration in accounting that meets the needs of the accounting industry, government regulations and student career development in accounting. Classes in the accounting program are offered during the day (4+1 program), at night, and online.
A Delaware Valley College MBA – Entrepreneurship specialization focuses on business administration strategies that encourage creativity, innovation and flexibility. Coursework covers entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial finance, and international business for entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurship, and family as entrepreneurs.
Students of finance typically follow career paths in financial management (such as working in the finance department of a corporation or government unit or working in a consulting firm), investments (such as brokerage, portfolio management, or security analysis), or financial services (such as working in a bank or an insurance company).
Food and Agribusiness
Agribusiness, the global food system, accounts for 20% of the US economy and employs almost one-fifth of the work force. Food is the world’s biggest business. Agribusiness companies are increasingly seeking people with talent and education, who think big and consider global views and who have vision, intellect and knowledge of food, agriculture and e-commerce.
As students, you will develop an understanding of contemporary business issues in the global economy. You will gain insight, knowledge and leadership skills in strategic management, emphasizing integrative decision making to meet and exceed the challenging needs and opportunities of the corporate business world.
Global Leadership (online)
Delaware Valley College now offers a completely online Master of Business Administration degree in Global Leadership. Now, you can attain the degree you need to reach your life goals and advance your career by studying at home in a convenient and affordable program.
Human Resource Management
This degree provides in-depth knowledge of contemporary human resource management using a broad array of human resource strategies, challenges, and practices. The program is ideally designed for the full-time working professional who desires further professional development consistent with the ever changing human resource environment. Courses emphasize an educational experience that develops practical expertise through case analyses and presentations, interaction with business practitioners, and team projects.
Supply Chain Management
In today’s business environment, supply chain management focuses on managing material and information outside of the factory walls including aspects of globalization and low-cost country sourcing, product design collaboration, demand planning and forecasting, inventory deployment, distribution system design, channel management, procurement, and logistics.