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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2019

I think my degree program is really strong. The professors are extremely accommodating to adult students. The program is also extremely flexible with a students schedule. The really nice thing about this school and their program is that with an undergraduate degree they offer the 4+1 program. This means that before finishing a B.S. you are able to take MBA classes that will count towards both degrees. Following undergrad, you simply just move into the full MBA program without having to take any entrance exams, GRE.

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Degree: Animal Science
Graduation Year: 2010

Delaware Valley University provides excellent opportunities to learn hands on skills from professionals in the field you are studying. I was fortunate enough to incredible staff and faculty that were able to provide one on one tutoring during office hours. This is just one of the biggest perks of attending a small, private college. I studied large animal science, with a focus in Equine Science and Management. the degree program itself provided a significant portion of hands on study in the barn with stallions, mares, foals, and weanlings, as well as opportunity to learn about the standardbred racing industry. I had full time employment opportunities lined up before I even graduated, and ended up working for a standardbred breeding farm for several years prior to moving to Arizona and changing career fields. If agriculture is your passion, DVU is your school!

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Degree: Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Business Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2011

Delaware Valley University is a great school with small class sizes and hands on experience. I recommend this school if you are going for a science and agricultural degree. It was great for science labs because they had small class sizes and professors were very accessible outside of the classroom. I felt that the staff and faculty had a personal investment in my future.

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Degree: Equestrian/Equine Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

The Equine Business Management program was a fantastic move for me. I have gotten a promotion at work and a raise since my graduation. I have learned a ton of different skills at school, and I will never regret it. The only disappointment I had was how expensive it was.

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