Welcome Message from Chair
Welcome to the Business Administration department. Business Administration department is the largest department in the College of Business (COB) and our full-time faculty members are highly qualified with terminal degrees in their respective fields. They are dedicated to helping you achieve these goals. COB is one of the two colleges in the state of Delaware with AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) accreditation, awarded only to the best business schools in the world.
Our faculty members are committed to providing you with the technical knowledge that will prepare you to be a successful in your chosen concentration field. Our small class sizes help in productive student-faculty interactions leading to learning. B.S. in Management offers several concentrations of study – Marketing, Information Systems, Human Resources Management, Finance & Banking, Business Economics, and General Management. By providing high quality faculty, professional development workshops, active student organizations, and opportunities to attend professional conferences, we prepare students to successfully enter into the work force.
Developing professional skills are important in ensuring that you receive internships and jobs. Attending workshops and conferences, helps you build resumes, interviewing skills, start networking, and exploring different career paths in Management. Management students have participated in internships at firms like Vanguard, JP Morgan Chase, and Barclay’s Bank among others. If you have any further questions regarding the various concentrations we offer, please contact me by phone 302.857.6933 or email . I would be happy to answer your questions.
Chittibabu (Chitti) Govindarajulu, PhD.
Chair, Department of Business Administration
Associate Dean for Research and Analytics, COB
College of Business
The curriculum in Management provides students the opportunity to acquire a broad professional education in several areas of business and management specializations, leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Administration or Hospitality and Tourism Management.
With a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, a student can select from a variety of concentrations which provide in-depth understanding of specific functional areas. The areas of concentration are:
Human Resource Management
Finance and Banking
Through its curricula and co-curricula programs and activities, the School of Management seeks to achieve the following major objectives:
- to provide a learning environment conducive to developing the knowledge bases, competencies, and other skills required for leadership positions in
management of business government and other work organizations;
- to provide an integrative, experience and problem-based program of study;
- to provide students with a multidisciplinary foundation to understand the complexities of organizational management in the context of external factors
such as the economy, technology, competition and globalization;
- to prepare students with the competencies necessary to pursue graduate studies in management-related disciplines and other fields of study; and
- to provide advanced studies in management, through quality graduate programs.
The Department of Business Administration houses the Airway Sciences program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree with concentrations in Airway Science Management or Airway Science Systems (Professional Pilot).
The department also houses Hospitality and Tourism Management program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management. Students can also earn a concentration in Casino Operations Management.