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Accounting, Economics & Finance Department

The Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance (AEF) provides leadership and curricular oversight for the following undergraduate majors and minors: accounting, economics, finance, and the concentrations in the financial services track. It also has oversight for the Master's degree in Taxation & Financial Planning and various graduate Certificates and concentrations in AIS, Finance, and Financial Planning. Unique aspects include the finance lab and the four year or four plus one, 150 credit options for accounting majors.
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Department Head of Accounting, Economics & Finance

Management Department

The Management Department champions leadership and administration for faculty, staff, and students through the execution of strategic planning and contributions to curriculum and personnel decisions. The Management Department is dedicated to providing quality education and advancing knowledge in business, with the aim of preparing graduates for successful professional careers in areas related to People, Process, and Products.
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Department Head of Management

Oskin Leadership Institute

The Oskin Leadership Institute inspires students to be strategic leaders and responsible citizens who possess the character, courage, and competencies to affect positive change.

Oskin Leadership Institute

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Dean of School of Business Administration

School of Business Administration Dean's Office

The Dean's Office in the School of Business Administration provides leadership and administration for faculty, staff, and students. This includes the execution of strategic planning, curriculum, personnel, budgeting, facilities, communication, and fundraising. The dean's office is dedicated to the school's mission of providing quality undergraduate and graduate education and advancing the state of knowledge in business, with the aim of preparing graduates for successful professional careers.

School of Business Administration

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Dean of School of Business Administration

School of Business Administration Graduate Programs Office

The School of Business Administration Graduate Programs Office provides administrative support to implement policies and processes for graduate programs in business, including master’s programs in business administration, healthcare administration, business process innovation, taxation and financial planning, as well as graduate certificate programs in various business specializations. It also provides academic and career advising to enhance student academic and professional success.
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Associate Dean of School of Business Administration

School of Business Administration Office of Relationship Development

The Office of Relationship Development (ORD) represents the School of Business Administration Dean’s Office and develops and enhances experiential learning opportunities for students outside of the classroom. The ORD creates mutually beneficial relationships with employers, alumni, and members of the community to solidify effective partnerships. Business student achievements are promoted using a myriad of social media platforms to highlight business education excellence and to recognize undergraduate and graduate students’ successes. Special events are also coordinated by ORD personnel. 

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Director of Relationship Development

School of Business Administration Undergraduate Advising Center

The School of Business Administration Advising Center provides administrative support with regard to academic policies and processes for undergraduate majors in accounting, business analytics, economics, finance, international business, management (including concentrations in human resources, operations management, and sport management) and marketing.
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Assistant Dean of Academic Programs

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

SBDC provides Delaware County small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs with a wide variety of free and confidential services and resources to help them start or grow their businesses. SBDC also partners with EMAP to provide free and confidential environmental compliance assistance to small businesses in Pennsylvania.

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Director of SBDC