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Accounting Program

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Introduction In Delaware State University’s accounting program, students learn to think strategically and perform complex analysis of real-world business problems. Through a combination of classroom lecture and hands-on experience, students develop the professional skills and knowledge to succeed in this profession, while obtaining a foundation to pursue credentials, such as: certified public accountant (CPA)  certified management accountant (CMA) certified internal auditor (CIA) Required Courses The Bachelor of Accounting degree consists of 30 credit hours beyond the college of business core courses. Click here for a sample course schedule. Course Number Course Name Credit Hours 42-305 Intermediate Accounting I 3.0 42-306 Intermediate Accounting II 3.0 42-307 Cost Accounting 3.0 42-308 Managerial Cost Accounting 3.0 42-423 Auditing I 3.0 42-311 Individual Tax 3.0 42-402 Business Law 3.0 42-405 Accounting Information Systems 3.0 42-430 Advanced Accounting 3.0 42-xxx Accounting Elective 3.0   Course Description Professional Preparation Graduates of the accounting program enter the job market with the professional skills and experience that employers’ value. All students in the program develop the ability to understand and apply core business fundamentals and accounting fundamentals think creatively and apply accounting knowledge in innovative ways communicate professionally use information technology for research, decision making and problem solving write accounting research reports that incorporate qualitative and quantitative data analysis and integrate information from multiple sources identify ethical dilemmas and uphold professional responsibilities work effectively in diverse settings that include individuals of varying educational backgrounds, experience, gender, age, race, and national origin Student Clubs The Accounting and Finance Club and student chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants are very active student organizations. These organizations sponsor networking events, job fairs, guest lectures, and are involved with the institute of Management Accountants and Association of Government Accountants. Internships and Professional Experience Students have the opportunity to gain practical work experience through internships at accounting firms, government agencies, and corporate accounting organizations. 
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Accounting Faculty: 
Dr. Bridget Anakwe
Mr. Michael Katz, J.D.
Dr. Susan Muzorewa
Dr. Bernadette Ruf (Chairperson)

 

Recent Placements

KPMG
JPMorgan Chase
Bank of America
Prudential
SB Company
Vanguard

DSU Simulators

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CR 12                     The CR-12 Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) is one of the most full featured training devices on the market today. The system has the capability of emulating all DSU’s aircraft, multi-engine and turbo-prop aircraft, as well as corporate jets.  The AATD is used primarily by students seeking their Instrument Rating allowing students the capability to train in any simulated instrument condition. The AATD is also used by Private and Commercial student pilots to facilitate a well rounded comprehension of aircraft systems.   ATC-710 The ATC-610/710 Flight Training Device is available to all students enrolled in the Aviation Program without charge. This system provides the opportunity of achieving and maintaining instrument proficiency without actually flying. This simulator is particularly beneficial to students by providing the ability to concentrate solely on a particular exercise without the additional distractions of the cockpit environment.  

Aviation Faculty and Staff

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Faculty   Michael Hales, Lt. Col. (Ret) John Sherman Neal Thompson Director of Aviation Programs Chief Flight Instructor Asst Chief Flight Instructor mhales@desu.edu jsherman@desu.edu nrthompson@desu.edu (302) 857-6712 (302) 730-5075 (302) 730-5075             Staff         Mr. John O'Connor Ms. Marlene Cox   Chief of Maintenance Senior Secretary   jo'connor@desu.edu mcox@desu.edu   (302) 730-5075 (302) 857-6713         Instructors     Polly Steenhagen Benjamin Clendaniel Lecturer Lecturer   psteenhagen@desu.edu benjamin.clendaniel@drba.net         Chris Warga Ira Thompson Stephen Williams Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer cjwarga@comcast.net ithompson@desu.edu swilliams@desu.edu       William Pickrum Robert Irvine   Lecturer Lecturer   wpickrum@desu.edu rirvine@desu.edu               Flight Instructors         Bryan Shultz Timothy Bamford Ian Kowal bryanshultz1012@gmail.com sunbamf@juno.com iank26@yahoo.com 484-942-8835 717-443-0648 302-730-5075         Louis Ward Wei He Pruth Eunugula laward@desu.edu whe14@students.edu.edu penugula13@students.desu.edu 302-668-9504 302-588-1290 732-318-1578       Paul Scherry Chameron Chase   psscherry13@students.desu.edu cbchase13@students.desu.edu   302-399-5348 704-576-7746                      

Airline Partners

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PIEDMONT AIRLINES AND DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY Pilot Pipeline Interview Program   Delaware State University is pleased to offer qualifying graduates of the DSU Professional Pilot Program a guaranteed interview for future employment at Piedmont Airlines. This partnership serves as a pathway for talented DSU pilots to land an airline job early in their careers. Whereas before, graduates would toil through the ranks of aspiring airline pilots seeking opportunities to qualify for an interview with a regional or major air carrier, the Piedmont/Delaware State University partnership provides the opportunity for qualifying pilots to move directly from the DSU Certified Flight Instructor seat to the seat of Piedmont Airlines.  

PA-38-112 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Tomahawk PA-38-112   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (General) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (Graphs)     - Take off     - Climb and Cruise     - Best Power/Range/Glide     - Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II  

PA-28R-201 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Arrow PA-28R-201     Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Specifications Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance     - Take Off     - Climb and Cruise     - Descend and Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II  

PA-28-151 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Warrior PA-28-151   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance     - General     - Takeoff and Climb     - Cruise, Decent, Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II

PA-34-200 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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          Seneca PA-34-200        Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1  General Specifications Section 2  Airplane And Systems Section 3  Airplane Flight Manual Section 4  Weight and Balance Section 6  Operating Instructions Section 8  Airplane Performance

PA-28R-200 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Arrow PA-28R-200     Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Specifications Section 2 Airplane and Systems Section 3 Airplane Flight Manual Section 4 Emergency Procedures Section 5 Weight and Balance Section 7 Operating Instructions Section 9 Aircraft Performance

PA-28-161 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Warrior PA-28-161   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (General) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (Graphs)     - Take off     - Climb and Cruise     - Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II

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