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Phone: 302.857.6800
Fax: 302.857.6803

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Dr. Saundra F. DeLauder
Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research
 
Mrs. Katherine Arlotta-Luke
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Application Procedures  Application procedures, supporting credentials, and requirements vary among the graduate programs. Prospective graduate students should contact their respective departments for additional requirements.  The application packet consists of the following items: Completed application for admission submitted to the Office of Admissions; Letters of recommendation (the exact number varies by major) by persons who are acquainted with their potential for graduate study in their discipline; Non-refundable application fee; An official transcript from each college or university attended; An example of scholarly work (if required); Official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or other specified examinations as specifically defined by the individual department or program; and Transcript evaluation if educated outside of the continental United States (U.S.) at a non English speaking institution. Transcripts must be evaluated by the World Education Service (WES) – www.wes.org, the Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) –www.ece.org, or the Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)—www.aacrao.org and forwarded from the evaluating organization to the Office of Admissions at Delaware State University. All academic records must be converted into their U.S. education equivalents by a University recognized credential agency, to obtain transfer credit for education completed at non U.S. postsecondary institutions.  Transcript evaluations must be submitted sealed from the evaluating organization. PLEASE NOTE:  The Office of Admissions reserves the right to request that transcripts from international English speaking institutions be evaluated by WES or any of the other recognized credential agencies if educational equivalency cannot clearly be determined by the Office of Admissions. In addition to meeting the above application requirements, non-English speaking international students applying for admission to graduate study must demonstrate a satisfactory level of proficiency in the English language. The proficiency requirement may be satisfied by meeting the criteria in any one (1) of the following categories:  Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university within the United States are presumed to be proficient in the English language.  Foreign applicants who hold the baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a foreign institution in which English is the language of instruction are presumed to be proficient in English.  Foreign applicants who do not meet the requirements outlined in 1 and 2 above must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Applicants should attain a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL.  All applicants must show evidence of medical insurance by the first day of classes. Prior to acceptance, international students must place a Financial Statement Form on file with the Office of International Student Services, Grossley Hall, Room 115. International Students with a Student Visa  Students who apply to come to the U.S. for the purpose of enrolling at Delaware State University may be issued a Form I-20 A-B Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant (F-1) Student by the University after submitting the following documents:  An application for admission signed by the student;  Sealed official transcripts from secondary and postsecondary schools attended;  Sealed official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score no more than two (2) years old; and  If necessary, an interview, attended by the student‘s local sponsor (if applicable), with the Admissions Coordinator for Transfer and International Students.  A  Financial Statement or a signed copy of your award Letter or contract stating the exact amount of funds you will be receiving and for how long.  If you receive a scholarship providing 100% full coverage (includes tuition and fees/room and board) you do not need to submit a Financial Statement; however, not all University support covers the entire program of study or all expenses, so you may need additional support to meet your minimum annual costs. (For example, if your award is for 75% the student is responsible for 25% of tuition & fees and a Financial Statement must be submitted).  If the student is using personal funds, he/she must submit a letter stating that he/she will provide for his/her own expenses. An official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s bank on official letterhead stating the current balance and date the account was opened. An official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s employer stating his/her position and income. An Affidavit of Support for Free Room and Board (submit only if you will reside off-campus with a friend or relative). A copy of the deed, lease or rent receipts (submit only if you will reside with a friend or relative) and an official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s employer stating his/her position and income. Application for Student Visa  The University issues an I-20 A-B Certificate of Eligibility form to students who qualify for admission and who have approved financial documentation from the Office of International Student Services.  Students apply for the F-1 student visa by submitting DS-156 (Nonimmigrant Visa Application) to the US Consulate.  During students interview, he/she submits the Form I-20, acceptance letter, and documentation showing financial resources to a U.S. Consulate Office in the country where they are applying for a student (F-1) Visa. Final decision on admission into the U.S. and permitted length of stay is made by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  F-1 Transfer Students  Students with an F-1 Visa seeking to transfer to Delaware State University from another U.S. institution must submit the following documents and meet the following criteria:  An application for admission signed by the student;  Sealed official transcripts from secondary and postsecondary schools attended;  Sealed official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score no more than two (2) years old; and  If necessary, an interview, attended by the student‘s local sponsor (if applicable), with the Admissions Coordinator for Transfer and International Students. However, if English is the official language of your country of origin, SAT and/or ACT test scores are acceptable. Delaware State University requires an average SAT score of 1,200 or better (given all three parts), or an ACT composite score of seventeen (17) or better. The TOEFL score determines the student‘s initial level of English proficiency. Students must submit a satisfactory score of a minimum of 550 on the paper-based test, 213 on the computer based test, or an 84 on the new international based TOEFL, or documentation (i.e., a transcript, certificate of completion of a program, etc.) of satisfactory completion of an intensive curriculum of English instruction. The University will also consider international applicants who have taken the General Education Development (GED) test. Applicants must submit a notarized copy of their GED certificate with their application and fee to be considered for admission.  A copy of the I-20 from the previous institution;  An International Student Transfer Form;  A  Financial Statement or a signed copy of your award Letter or contract stating the exact amount of funds you will be receiving and for how long.  If you receive a scholarship providing 100% full coverage (includes tuition and fees/room and board) you do not need to submit a Financial Statement; however, not all University support covers the entire program of study or all expenses, so you may need additional support to meet your minimum annual costs. (For example, if your award is for 75% the student is responsible for 25% of tuition & fees and a Financial Statement must be submitted).  If the student is using personal funds, he/she must submit a letter stating that he/she will provide for his/her own expenses. An official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s bank on official letterhead stating the current balance and date the account was opened. An official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s employer stating his/her position and income. An Affidavit of Support for Free Room and Board (submit only if you will reside with a friend or relative). A copy of the deed, lease or rent receipts (submit only if you will reside with a friend or relative) and an official letter from the sponsor’s or student’s employer stating his/her position and income. Students with Other Types of Visas  Prospective students with a temporary Visa status such as J or B (i.e., visitors, business, exchange, etc.) should contact the Office of International Student Services if they wish to change their status to an F-1 Student Visa.  Nonimmigrant students, other than F-1 international student Visa holders, may take as many credit courses as their admission status permits, as long as the term begins and ends within the duration of stay indicated on the visa in their passport. These students are subject to the out-of-state tuition rates. Refunds will not be issued after the term‘s scheduled drop dates.  Additional Overall Information  Students with F-1 Visas must enroll for a full-time course of study—a minimum of six (6) credits hours each term.  For more information or clarification on any of the aforementioned information, please contact the Office of International Student Services. Director: Mrs. Candace Alphonso Moore Phone: 302-857-6474 Fax: 302-857-6567 Email: cmoore@desu.edu   Applications for admission to all graduate programs should be made to:  Graduate Program Office of Admissions Delaware State University 1200 North DuPont Highway Dover, Delaware 19901-2277 The application is also located in the graduate student section at www.desu.edu/graduate-studies. For more information on how to submit the application fee, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 302-857-6240 or the cashier’s office at 302.857.6220.   INFORMATION OBTAINED IN THIS PROCESS IS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL AND WILL NOT BE DISCLOSED UNLESS REQUIRED BY LAW.  
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2014 Graduate Research Symposium
April 25, 2014

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Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 302.857.6351 or 800.845.2544 with any questions regarding the graduate application process. For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.

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2011-2012 Graduate Catalog

 

 

General Graduate Admissions

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Application Deadlines April 1 for Fall (August) enrollment   November 1 for Spring (January) enrollment Applications will be accepted at any time. However, specific graduate programs may have specific admittance deadlines. Complete applications are reviewed and evaluated by the respective Department, which recommends action to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research provides official notification to the applicant regarding admission. Admission Application (pdf version) Eligibility  For admission to graduate study, applicants must show evidence that they have earned the baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university and possess the ability to carry out graduate work of high quality. An official transcript of all previous undergraduate and graduate work must be submitted. Applicants for degree status should have a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.50 (on a 4-point scale) and a scholastic average of 3.00 in their undergraduate major. They should have successfully completed specific courses at the undergraduate level in the field in which they plan to pursue a graduate degree and a minimum number of courses in a designated area approved by the specific department. For all graduate programs, official scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), or the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), or other specified examinations as specifically defined by the individual department or program are required. Individual departments and doctoral programs may have more rigorous standards. Applicants who have not taken the required test(s) can be admitted provisionally, but must satisfy this requirement during the first semester of graduate study in order to continue. Application Procedures  Application for admission to all graduate studies programs should be made to: Graduate Program, Office of Admissions, Delaware State University, 1200 North DuPont Highway, Dover, Delaware 19901-2277. The forms can also be obtained in the graduate student section at www.desu.edu/graduate-studies. Application procedures, supporting credentials, and requirements vary among the graduate programs. Prospective graduate students should contact their respective departments for additional requirements. A non-refundable application fee must accompany all applications submitted. For information on submitting the application fee, please contact the Office of Student Accounts at 302.857.6420 or the Cashier’s Office at 302.857.6220. Degree-seeking applicants must submit a completed application package that includes the application, the application fee, three letters of recommendation by persons who are acquainted with their potential for graduate study in their discipline, the standardized examination scores, one (1) official transcript from each college or university attended, and a completed essay (if required). Prospective students must arrange for the official transcript(s) and standardized examination scores to be forwarded to the above address.  In-State Permanent Resident  A student with an Alien Registration Receipt Card (Green Card) has been given permanent residence in the United States as an immigrant, refugee, or alien and, therefore, may enroll at any University location for full- or part-time study. Tuition costs are determined by location of residency. Verification of permanent residence status is required at the time of application. Any student without appropriate identification as a permanent resident of Delaware is required to pay out-of-state tuition and fees.  To apply as a student with permanent residency status, please be prepared to submit the following:  An application for admission signed by the student;  SAT or ACT scores;  Sealed original transcripts from secondary and post secondary schools attended; and  A notarized copy of permanent resident status; temporary evidence, or actual Alien Registration Receipt Card (Green Card).  To apply as a student with residency status in the State of Delaware, please be prepared to submit the following documents to be used as verification:  A notarized copy of your Alien Registration Receipt Card (Green Card);  If dependent, proof that your parents or guardian has maintained a continuous residence in the State of Delaware for a period of twelve (12) full consecutive months (verified by a deed or lease and/or W-2 Tax Forms) immediately prior to the first day of classes in the semester or session for which Delaware residency status is claimed;  If independent, proof that you have maintained continuous residence in the State of Delaware for a period of twelve (12) full consecutive months (verified by deed or lease) immediately prior to the first day of classes in the semester or session for which Delaware resident status is claimed;  PLEASE NOTE: The tax return showing proof that you (or whoever claimed you as a dependent) paid taxes to the State of Delaware for one full year.  Independent out-of-state resident who has worked in the State of Delaware for at least twelve (12) consecutive months (excluding work study) may qualify for in-state residence classification (verified by W-2 Tax Forms); and  A Voter Registration Card.  Applicant Classification Definitions Delaware Resident - a student who is a resident of the State of Delaware or whose parent(s) are residents of the State of Delaware is considered a resident of the state. If a Delaware resident graduated from an out-of-state high school, proof of residency must be submitted in order to avoid out-of-state tuition. Original (or notarized copies) of two (2) of the following items can be submitted to show proof of residency:  A completed U.S. Tax Return from the previous year;  A State of Delaware Driver‘s License or Identification Card;  A State of Delaware Vehicle Registration Card; and  A State of Delaware Voter Registration Card.  Applicants should indicate residency on their application for admission to the University. Applicants who are minors are considered to be resident applicants if their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) have been residents of Delaware for at least one year. Adult applicants (at least 24 years of age) are considered to be residents of Delaware if they have been residents of the State for at least one year prior to the date of their initial quest for admission to the University.  A student, who may have been admitted into the University at non-residency or out-of-state status, may apply for a change in residency status after being enrolled at the University for twelve (12) consecutive months. A student seeking a change in residency status should complete a Request for Change of Residence Form and submit an original or notarized copy of two (2) of the following supporting documents to the Office of the Registrar:  A completed U.S. Tax Return from the previous year;  A State of Delaware Driver‘s License or Identification Card;  A State of Delaware Vehicle Registration Card; and  A State of Delaware Voter Registration Card.  Note: The aforementioned does not apply to international students.  Non-Resident - a student who is not a resident, or whose parent(s) are not residents, of the State of Delaware.  International - a student who is not a citizen or immigrant (permanent resident) of the United States of America. International students who are not U.S. citizens or immigrants should have a completed admission application on file three (3) months prior to the beginning of the term in which they intend to enroll. Admission Classification  Applicants for graduate degrees are considered for admission and, if admitted, classified in one (1) of three (3) categories: Unconditional Admission, Provisional Admission, and Non-Degree Admission. Successful applicants are notified of their classification at the time of admission.  Unconditional Admission to graduate study requires:  1. A bachelor's degree from a fully accredited four year college or university.  2. A minimum of 2.50 cumulative quality point average (G.P.A.) on a 4.00 point system of grading (or the equivalent in another grading system).  3. An acceptable score on the specified standardized examination.  4. Completion of all undergraduate prerequisites for the selected graduate program.  5. Acceptance in the program selected for graduate study.  Requirements for unconditional admission to a doctoral program or certain graduate programs may be more rigorous.  Provisional Admission includes:  1. An applicant who has a limited number of deficiencies in undergraduate course prerequisites but who has attained a baccalaureate degree from a fully accredited four-year college or university. These deficiencies must be removed before enrollment in graduate courses of the same series.  2. A graduate of an accredited college or university who has a cumulative undergraduate G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher, but who has not taken the specified standardized examination before admission. Applicants admitted to degree programs must take the specified standardized examination in the first semester and prior to admission to candidacy.  3. A graduate of an accredited college or university who presents a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of less than 2.50 at the time of application, along with specified standardized examination scores at an acceptable level as determined by the respective graduate program. To be considered for full admission, those students are required to take six (6) semester hours of graduate-level coursework specified by the Chairperson and/or Graduate Program Director and achieve a quality point average of 3.00 or above.  Non-degree Admission: Non-degree admission is granted to those who wish to enroll in courses but who do not intend to qualify for a degree. The non-degree admission category includes those enrolling in graduate study for any of the following purposes:  1. To complete certification requirements;  2. To earn hours beyond the Masters degree;  3. To enrich their professional development; or  4. To transfer earned credits to a degree program at another institution.  If a student classified as non-degree is subsequently accepted into a Delaware State University graduate degree program, the student may petition to carry forward not more than nine (9) semester hours of credit earned as a non-degree seeking student. Approval/authority rests with the Chairperson and/or Graduate Program Director of the degree program.  Submitting an Appeal Regarding Admission  Appeals concerning denial of admission to a graduate program should be submitted as follows:  1. Graduate students should file, in writing, the appeal to the appropriate Chairperson or Graduate Program Director for resolution. The Chairperson or Graduate Program Director shall reply in writing to the student within ten (10) business days.  2. If the disposition is not favorable, graduate students may submit a final written appeal to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, accompanied by copies of the original appeal and the response. The Dean of Graduate Studies and Research shall provide the final decision in writing to the student and the Chairperson or Graduate Program Director within ten (10) business days.  Change of Status  Provisionally admitted students and non-degree students may apply for a change of status upon satisfying all admission requirements. The Change from Provisional to Unconditional Admission form must be submitted to the respective Graduate Program Director, who recommends action to the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, who notifies the student. Students who are not fully admitted are limited to taking no more than nine (9) credit hours of graduate courses toward a graduate degree.  Transfer of Credits Applicants who have earned a grade of "B" or higher in graduate courses taken at an accredited institution and related to their proposed program of study can request consideration for transfer credit. These courses will be evaluated on an individual basis by the respective Graduate Program. Applicants admitted to master's degree graduate programs may transfer a maximum of nine (9) graduate credits from another accredited institution toward the master's degree provided these credits have not been used to meet the requirements of a degree previously earned.  Transfer credits for applicants admitted to doctoral programs with an earned master's degree from an accredited institution will be evaluated on an individual basis by the department and approved by the Dean of the respective College. Supporting documentation must be provided by the student with the request for transfer of credit. The respective Graduate Program Director and Department Chairperson, and the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research must give written approval at the time of admission for the transfer credits.  The transfer credit must be directly related to the graduate student's program of study, and must have been completed within the time limit allowed by Delaware State University for the graduate degree sought by the applicant. Some graduate programs have special transfer of credit regulations. Students must check with their Graduate Program Director. Transfer of Credits must be made within one year of acceptance.  The transfer credit limit does not apply in the case of courses to be taken at another institution that are approved in advance by the respective Graduate Program Director or taken per an approved joint program that includes courses offered at other accredited institutions.  Readmission  A break in continued pursuit (registered for one course minimum) of a degree extending past a full academic year (fall and spring) will invoke dismissal. Readmission will require a new application with application fee, unless specified by the graduate program.
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Graduate Research Symposium 2013!

The 2014 Graduate Research Symposium is tentatively scheduled for April 25, 2014. 

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Click here to complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation.  Please contact the Office of Admissions at 302.857.6351 or 800.845.2544 with any questions regarding the graduate application process. For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.

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2011-2012 Graduate Catalog

 

Financial Aid and Support

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Tuition and fees, room and board, books, supplies, transportation, personal expenses - all must be financed by the graduate student's budget. It comes as no surprise, then, that most students need help in meeting the numerous costs of graduate education. Sources of support for graduate study include state and federal government, private foundations, individual universities and faculty members, and research grants.  Types of support available include grants, fellowships, loans and work-study programs. Grants and fellowships may provide the cost of tuition and fees, plus a stipend to cover living expenses.   Other forms of aid, such as the federal work-study program, require students to provide some type of service while enrolled in a graduate program. Loans generally are based on an assessment of need and must be repaid. Full-time enrollment is defined as six (6) credit ours for graduate students.   FAFSA The priority deadline for submitting your FAFSA is March 1! DSU’s School Code is 001428.   For questions regarding your financial aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 302.857.6250, or via email (faid@desu.edu). Web Address: http://www.desu.edu/financial-aid/investing-your-future-paying-college    
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Dean's Welcome

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Dean's Welcome       Welcome to the School of Graduate Studies and Research at Delaware State University. Our mission supports the University’s mission by providing the infrastructural support necessary for the development and implementation of transformative, high quality, graduate and professional programs that prepare leaders for the complexities of the 21st century. This is achievable in collaboration with an excellent team of faculty, staff and administrators who are dedicated to providing challenging, curricula, seamless student services and professional development unique to each area of interest.The School of Graduate Studies and Research offers a diverse array of degree programs; twenty-five Master’s and five Doctoral Programs through the five academic Colleges:College of Agriculture and Related Sciences College of Arts, Humanities, and Social SciencesCollege of BusinessCollege of Education, Health and Public PolicyCollege of Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and TechnologyWhile diverse in focus integral to our programs are the core values of the University: integrity, diversity, community, outreach, and scholarship.  We are dedicated to providing access to traditionally underserved populations while also expanding our international enrollment through broadening our international connections and partnerships. In so doing, we provide the best learning environment for preparing you for the challenges of this century. Thus, I am confident that you will find DSU to be the ideal place for pursuing your graduate or professional studies.I invite your to peruse the web-sites of respective graduate programs and become a part of Delaware State University where we are “Making Our Mark on the World”. All the best,Saundra F. DeLauder, Ph.D. Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research  
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Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Research
 
Interim Director, Graduate Students Services
 
Senior Secretary

Graduate Research Symposium 

2014 Graduate Research Symposium
April 25, 2014

Recap 2013 Graduate Research Symposium

 


Apply Now!

Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 302.857.6351 or 800.845.2544 with any questions regarding the graduate application process. For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly

2011-2012 Graduate Catalog

 

 

 

School of Graduate Studies and Research

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John R. Price Building
Room 205
Phone: 302.857.6800
Fax: 302.857.6803

 

 

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Knowledge is essential to achieving your life goals and at DSU you will acquire the education and skills needed to be a competitive force in today’s changing global job market. Whether you are honing your skills for career advancement or preparing for an academic or research career, DSU has dedicated faculty and challenging curricula to empower you for life's road ahead.Most students will agree that our world-renowned faculty helps set us apart from other colleges and universities. We have some of the most knowledgeable and dedicated instructors in higher education today with years of practical experience that help students connect theoretical knowledge to applications relatable in their respective professions as well as their daily lives. Our small graduate student-to-faculty ratio provides opportunities for student engagement not possible in larger settings; ensuring that you will receive the attention needed to grasp the concepts and theories in your discipline.At DSU, you might discover a new scientific approach in one of our state-of-the-art laboratories in the Mishoe Science Center or you might uncover some little known historical facts or relics in and around Delaware. The range of disciplines and learning opportunities is vast, and discovering your niche at DSU can lead to a world of exciting career choices. Choose any one of 25 master’s degrees or five doctoral programs, and embark upon a journey that will lead you to a competitive and adventurous career.Mission Statement The School of Graduate Studies and Research supports the mission of the University by providing infra-structural support for the development and implementation of transformative, high quality, graduate and professional degree programs that prepare leaders for the complexities of the 21st century.Vision StatementThe School of Graduate Studies and Research will promote the vision of the University by offering graduate and professional degree programs that conform to the highest standards required by respective accrediting and funding agencies in DSU’s pursuit of excellence.Core ValuesCommunityIntegrityDiversityScholarshipOutreach2013-2014 Goals and ObjectivesThe School of Graduate Studies and Research will address four key areas necessary for the successful matriculation of graduate students at Delaware State University.Admissions Processes – Review the current admissions process to ensure an efficient, effective, and decentralized graduate admissions process. Academic Quality – Review and implement policies and procedures to insure the quality of our academic programs.Student Services and Records Management– Implement and maintain a records management system for all currently enrolled graduate students consisting of admissions data, student progress to degree, admission to candidacy, defense of thesis or dissertation, time to degree, and graduation.Co-curricular and Professional Development Activities – In collaboration with the Graduate Student Association and academic programs, The School of Graduate Studies and Research will provide services and implement activities for graduate students that provide professional development and networking opportunities. 
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Dr. Saundra F. DeLauder
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Director, Graduate Student Services
 
Mrs. Katherine Arlotta-Luke
Senior Secretary

New Student Orientation 

NSO for graduate students with be held August 1, 2014.

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Graduate Research Symposium 

2014 Graduate Research Symposium will be held April 25, 2014.
Open to students, faculty, staff, administrators and community. Registration is required

Recap of Graduate Research Symposium 2013!


Apply to Graduate School 

Complete an online application and follow the instructions for submitting supporting documentation. Please contact the Office of Admissions at 302.857.6351 or 800.845.2544 with any questions regarding the graduate application process. For questions about your program of interest, please contact the program directly.


Summer 2014 Graduate Studies Deadlines

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Dr. Michael Casson
Interim Dean of Graduate Studies
302.857.6839
 
Mrs. Katherine Arlotta-Luke
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Knowledge is key to achieving your life goals, and at DSU, you will acquire the education and skills you need to be a competitive force in today's changing global job market. Whether you’re improving upon a career in business through our MBA program or looking to hone your skills while learning the latest technology in applied optics, DSU has a dedicated faculty and challenging curriculum to empower you for life's road ahead. Most students will agree that our world-renowned faculty helps set us apart from other colleges and universities. We have some of the most knowledgeable and dedicated instructors in higher education today. In fact, our 205 faculty members, spread over 20 departments, hold a total of 160 doctoral degrees, and 38 have reached the rank of full professor. Our faculty's years of practical experience help students connect what they learn in the classroom to their chosen major's applications in industry and everyday life. And our small graduate student-to-faculty ratio ensures that you’ll get the attention you need to grasp the concepts and theories in your discipline. At DSU, you might discover a new scientific approach in one of our state-of-the-art laboratories in the Mishoe Science Center. Or you might uncover some little known historical facts or relics in and around Delaware. The range of disciplines and learning opportunities is vast, and discovering your niche at DSU can lead to a world of exciting career choices. Choose any one of 23 master’s degrees or five doctoral programs, and embark upon a journey that will lead to a competitive and adventurous career. Graduate Orientation Handbook    
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