Delaware State University Teams Up With Two Universities in Asia

dsulogoDelaware State University, the historically Black educational institution in Dover, recently signed agreements with Yeungnam University College in South Korea and Changchun University in China.

Delaware State and Yeungnam University College will operate a joint bachelor’s degree program in accounting and management. South Korean students will complete the first two years of the program at Yeungnam University College and then complete their junior and senior years at Delaware State. Graduates will receive diplomas from both universities.

The agreement with Changchun University includes participation in the Disney Theme Parks and Resorts College Program. Students from China will spend four weeks on the Delaware State campus. They will spend the next six months in Orlando, Florida, as part of the Disney program. While in Orlando, the Chinese students will continue studies with Delaware State through an online course of study.

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