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Undergraduate Programs

Kinesiology/Movement Science, BS

The Movement Science major’s theoretical and experiential approach enables students to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for careers and graduate education in fitness, wellness, movement science, Kinesiology, exercise science, and human performance.

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Nursing, BS

Delaware State’s undergraduate Nursing degree program features an unusually high degree of face-to-face interaction between instructors and students. Our nursing students work in smart classrooms and simulation labs, getting hands-on experience with electronic medication carts, computerized monitors, and other high-tech tools of the nursing profession.

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Psychology, BS

Our psychology degree students get a hands-on education by assisting on research projects, volunteering at counseling centers, and getting other types of direct experience. On the academic side, they complete an intensive survey of current theories in psychology, while developing professional skills such as writing and research design.

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Public Health, BS

The Public Health graduate possesses a unique marketable set of skills required for employment in public health agencies, private and nonprofit agencies, worksite health promotion offices, HIV prevention, and many other public health-related careers.

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Social Work, BSW

Upon graduating from the BSW program at Delaware State University, students are prepared to demonstrate the knowledge, values and skills integrated in the ten core competencies and all 41 practice behaviors when working in diverse practice settings with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

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Graduate Programs

Social Work, MSW

The MSW program at Delaware State University has one concentration - advanced generalist practice.  Accordingly, the program prepares students for advanced practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

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