Delaware Valley Program Options for Graduating Seniors
Posted on April 7, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .
If you’re thinking of enrolling in a graduate program when you finish your undergraduate studies, there are plenty of options for you to consider. The School of Graduate and Professional Studies at DelVal offers programs of advanced learning designed to meet the needs of career professionals and working adults, including those in education, business, counseling psychology and policy studies.
DelVal’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers:
· Competitive tuition
· Cohort model offerings
· Convenient location
· Practitioner-based learning
· Small class size
· Accelerated course structure for some programs
DelVal’s graduate programs provide students with the opportunity to learn, exchange innovative ideas, be part of a diverse educational community, challenge others while being challenged and explore and solve current issues of your chosen profession.
Keep reading to learn more about the many graduate programs DelVal offers:
Master of Business Administration: Offers students eight specializations: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, food and agribusiness, general business, global executive leadership, human resources management and supply chain management
Master of Science in Educational Leadership: Blends sound educational theory, authentic learning experiences and attention to the needs of our students delivered by a faculty or practicing educational leaders
Master of Science in Teaching and Learning: Designed to allow teachers to advance their individual knowledge and skills required to provide instruction in the classroom. Students have the opportunity to learn from experts of teaching and learning issues.
Master of Science in Special Education: Choose from three special education areas: assistive technology, transition education skills and supervisor of special education certification
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Prepares culturally competent practitioners to work in the mental health field; trains graduates to engage in counseling, outreach, advocacy and research; and allows you to customize a program that fits with your professional interests, skills and goals.
Master of Arts in Policy Studies: Choose from three specialization areas: community and international development, food and agriculture and sustainability and environment
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership: Prepares students to guide organizations in a rapidly changing world through a practice-based approach. Cohort-model program designed to be completed with 60 credits in three years and delivered in a hybrid model of on site for 36 hours and online for 10 hours per course.
Post-Graduate Certifications and Specializations in Education: Short curriculums to help teachers and administrators meet the requirements for administrative or supervisory state certifications or add academic credentials with one of DelVal’s specialization sequences
Certificate in Bullying Prevention, Diversity and Inclusion: Complete five courses with a B or higher. DelVal partners with the Innovative Learning Institute to provide programs focused on critical topics such as bullying prevention and diversity and inclusion. Students can take courses at their convenience.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies at DelVal is committed to helping students realize their academic and professional goals and chooses students based on the important and unique contributions they will offer to society.
If you’re interested in enrolling in any one of DelVal’s outstanding graduate programs, click here and learn more information about graduate academics.