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  College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

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The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences provides students at Delaware State University with advanced academic skills and knowledge through teaching, research, and service, thereby instilling in them a sense of competency that will help them assume leadership roles in their respective fields of study.

In addition, the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences offers a variety of opportunities to students, whether they emanate from under-represented or majority populations, to become technologically advanced and intellectually aware in the context of multi-culturally diverse yet global world.

Learn about the changing currents of the political realm, mold a career around the diversely exciting world of the arts or explore the social and psychological tapestry of individuals and groups. There are a variety of appealing majors in the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

The art and music departments provide degree opportunities that encompass the areas of art creation, art management and music performance, as well as training students to become teachers within those disciplines. The mass communications programs give students hands-on experience with television and radio/audio production, as well as instruction in news gathering, news dissemination and public relations.

We also have humanities programs in English and foreign languages, along with education programs in English, French and Spanish. The University currently has collaborative agreements with 33 institutions abroad, resulting in an atypical, international portfolio. Current study-abroad and emerging destinations include Cuba, Senegal, Uganda, Namibia and China (where seven mass communications students were selected as interns for the 2008 Summer Olympics).

Additionally, there are degree programs in history, criminal justice, black studies and law studies. In the area of music, the University boasts its band and university choir programs and has cultural programming that includes the Schwartz Center for the Arts, theatre and dance programs and student opportunities in the Art Center Gallery.


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Graduate Studies

Delaware State University now offers a Master of Arts degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL).  A Master of Science in Art Education is also offered, and is designed to prepare art educators for research and practice in art education. Read more about graduate studies.