The Department of Art seeks to provide high-quality education for Art majors, courses for prospective elementary and secondary teachers, as well as courses that satisfy General Education requirements for the entire University population.
English and Foreign Languages
The role and function of the Department of English and Foreign Languages is threefold:
- Provides instruction in language, composition, speech, and humanities for the General Education program;
- Offers instruction in language and literature, speech, methods of teaching English, linguistics, and language arts for the teacher education program;
- Provides instruction in languages and literature, speech, drama, grammar and composition, and linguistics for the liberal arts program.
History, Political Science and Philosophy
Students with a zest for history, law, politics and questioning it all will find themselves at home in the Department of History, Political Science and Philosophy. Our goal here is provide a compelling education through a multicultural lens.
The Department of Mass Communications produces graduates who specialize in convergence journalism, public relations and advertising, or television-radio-film production.
The music degree programs at Delaware State University aren’t merely stepping stones to the big time. They are the big time. Our marching band, jazz band, concert band and choirs perform at major venues all over the world — including the inaugural parade for President Barack Obama.
The Department of Psychology recognizes and supports the overall mission of Delaware State University by providing students with the necessary education for entry level positions in human service related fields and preparing students for graduate studies.
Sociology and Criminal Justice
The Department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. The Sociology major provides a comprehensive grounding in the academic discipline of Sociology, its theories, methods, and findings. The Criminal Justice major provides a comprehensive grounding in the discipline of criminology, as well as analysis of the multitude of social factors and institutions that impact the criminal justice system.