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Division of Business

Welcome to the DeSales University Division of Business. Our programs provide innovative and practical instruction in a wide range of majors

We're proud of our career-preparatory programs in the Division of Business. Our offerings include undergraduate majors in accounting, business administration, economics, finance, healthcare administration, human resource management (in ACCESS), international business, management, management of information technology (in ACCESS), marketing, pharmaceutical marketing, supply chain management, and sport management, and a master degree program in business (MBA).

With a business degree from DeSales University, you'll have a comprehensive education. Your course of study will include a strong foundation in the tenets of business like accounting, economics, finance, law, management, management of information technology, and marketing. You'll gain professional experience through exciting internships that will prepare you for a career upon graduation.

The Division of Business at DeSales provides challenging, innovative programs that provide you with the tools you need to become a skilled communicator and solid thinker in the rapidly expanding global marketplace.

Meet Ben, an Accounting and Supply Chain Management Major

ACBSP Global Business Accreditation

Business Programs at DeSales University are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). 

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Dual Major Opportunity

Are you interested in two different areas of study? Pursue both interests by completing a dual major. At DeSales, you can complete two degrees in the traditional four-year period by taking coursework for your first major during your freshman and sophomore years. Talk to an admissions counselor to learn more!

 

Bachelor’s Degrees

 

 

Adult Studies - Accelerated Degrees & Certificates

 

 

Graduate Degrees & Certificates

 

Business Matters Newsletter

Business Matters is published for the students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the Division of Business. Comments and suggestions are welcome. Call 610.282.1100, ext. 2841.


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