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Thinking Critically

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS) encourages students to think abstractly and take new approaches within the humanities.

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<p>From left are faculty members Dr. Brody Bluemel, Dr. David Pokrajac, Onur Yanuz, Amber Ward-Cooper, Vesta Viddy, Natalie Belcher, Dr. Phyllis Brooks-Collins, Fran Franklin and Kara Gomez. (Not pictured: Dr. Robin Krawitz)</p>
DSU Faculty Invest In Teaching

Ten DSU faculty continued their commitment to excellence in teaching by attending the 16th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence at Temple University.

<p>(L-r) Sháe Ross (as Sally), Anthony McIver (Charlie Brown), Jahselan White (Lucy understudy), Marquita Richardson (Lucy) and Tyrone J. Ashley Jr. (Schroeder).</p>
DSU Presents "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown"

DSU presents Charlie Brown play

<p>(L-r) State Rep. James Johnson and state Speaker of the House Peter Schwartzkopf visit a &quot;homeless shelter&quot; operated by a DSU student as part of Re-Entry Simulation event held in the MLK Jr. Student Center.</p>
DSU Students Assist State in Re-Entry Simulation

DSU students help facilitate state’s Re-Entry Simulation – Photos

<p>Dr. Gomia is the lead editor of Re-writing Pasts, Imagining Futures: Critical Explorations of Contemporary African Fiction and Theater, which focuses on such works in their traditional forms as well as in their encounters with innovative forms and avenues of dissemination.</p>
Dr. Victor Gomia publishes book on African fiction and plays

Dr. Gomia publishes book on African fiction and theater

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$99,730
Median Wage for Political Scientists
8.1%
Employment Rise for Art-Related Work
4 out of 5
Employers Value Knowledge of the Arts and Sciences

WDSU-TV

WDSU-TV

This organization features programs written, directed and produced by DSU students through the Mass Communications Society. Membership is open to all students who audition for on-air or behind-the-scenes.

DSU Arts Center Gallery

DSU Arts Center Gallery

Our gallery exhibits the work of students, faculty members and nationally recognized artists, and features an array of international artifacts. The gallery also hosts lectures and programs in music, theater and visual art.

Sociology and Criminal Justice Internships

Sociology and Criminal Justice Internships

Both curricula in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice require that students complete an internship. Internships are designed to enable students to apply classroom knowledge in the professional work setting.

Research & Student Programs

Participation in research and other extracurricular programs within the CAHSS plays an integral part in the experience needed for a future in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

Social Demography

Social Demography

Social science researchers at Delaware State University are employing social demographic data and methods to describe, explain and predict social phenomena and the effects of social and cultural forces on population distribution.

College Advance Learning Community

College Advance Learning Community

The College Advance Learning Community is coordinated by the dean and faculty members of the CAHSS. This learning community brings students with similar academic interests together and aids with academic success.

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DSU Ensembles

DSU Ensembles

Musically talented students are encouraged to join our choir and band.

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Activities for Mass Communications Students

Activities for Mass Communication Students

Joining any of these groups adds to your resume and makes you more marketable when applying for jobs in the mass communications field.

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English Language Institute

International Student

The ELI provides intensive English language instruction for pre-matriculated students who are seeking to improve their English before enrolling in undergraduate and graduate studies at an American university. 

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CAHSS Advisement Center

The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Advisement Center is open to sophomore students matriculating through the college. We strive to provide assistance to students, which includes continual monitoring and evaluation of their academic progress. The CAHSS provides guidance based on curriculum requirements to align students’ goals and interests with career opportunities. We also assist in integrating the many resources of the institution to meet each student’s educational needs and aspirations.

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Outlets for Creativity

There are various opportunities within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for students to showcase their artistic talents. DSU students find different outlets for their creativity, ranging from canvas, computer, television and the airwaves. Students are welcomed and encouraged to show off their skills.