With nearly 30 majors spread across three schools, Delaware Valley University offers a variety of relevant programs to prepare transfer students for a changing workplace and a complex world. Our majors comprise the life and physical sciences, agricultural and environmental sciences, and business and the humanities.  


An affordable option
Selecting the right university is important, but so is paying for it. At DelVal, every incoming student receives financial aid. We offer generous Transfer Merit Scholarships* based on academic performance so you can gain an extraordinary education at an affordable cost.

* A minimum of 15 credits is needed to be considered a transfer student. DelVal will accept up to 78 credits from a regionally accredited institution.

A smooth transition
Our dedicated staff will help you make a smooth transition and work with you to plan a program that utilizes your previous course work—up to 78 credits—to count toward a DelVal degree.

Our campus is located in picturesque Bucks County, Pennsylvania. DelVal combines the comfort of small-town living with the excitement of big-city access.

Agribusiness (BS)
- Agriculture and Food Marketing
- Crops, Horticulture, and Hydroponics
- Livestock, Dairy, and Equine
Animal Science (BS)
- Livestock Science and Management
- Pre-professional
Biology (BS)
- Botany
- Environmental Biology
- Microbiology and Biotechnology
- Pre-professional Biology
- Zoology
Business Administration (BS)
- Accounting
- General Business
- Management
- Marketing
- Sports Management
Criminal Justice (BS)
Chemistry (BS)
- Biochemistry (BS)
Environmental Science (BS)
- Build Your Own
- Habitat Management
- Pollution/Remediation
- Soils and Land Use
- Water Quality/Watershed Management
Equine Management (BS)
- Business Management
- Instruction and Training
- Media and Communication
Equine Science (BS)
- Breeding
Food Science (BS)
Food Technology (BS)
- Nutrition Science
History, Policy, and Society (BA)
- Policy
- Public History
Horticulture (BS)
- Commercial Crop Production and Marketing
Interdisciplinary Studies (BA/BS)
Landscape Architecture (BS)
Landscape Design/Build (BS)
- Build Your Own
- Construction Management
- Design
- Entrepreneurial
- Plants and Grounds Management
Literary Studies (BA)
Media and Communication (BA)
Pre-professional Studies
- Dentistry
- Medicine
- Optometry
- Physical Therapy
- Veterinary
Restaurant and Food Service Management (BS)
Secondary Education (BS)
- Agriculture Certification
- Biology Certification
- Chemistry Certification
- English Certification
- General Science Certification
- Mathematics Certification
- Social Studies Certification
Small Animal Science (BS)
Sustainable Agriculture Systems (BS)
Turf Management (BS)
Zoo Science (BS)

And while lots of universities talk about experiential learning, we’re one of the few to build it into the curriculum. You’ll learn by doing—and by reflecting on what you’ve done. By the time you graduate, you’ll be able to hit the ground running...because you’ve already gotten a head start.

Academic excellence
DelVal is a tight-knit community dedicated to educating and developing you to solve the world’s most pressing problems. Classes are small (student-faculty ratio of 14:1) and taught by dedicated faculty members with a passion for their discipline and a commitment to your success. You’ll work with them one-on-one and benefit from their knowledge and experience. And thanks to our breadth of majors and interdisciplinary options, you can branch out and exercise your curiosity in multiple fields of study.

Education and experience: an invaluable combination
Experiential learning isn’t only a foundational principle at DelVal—it’s a curricular imperative. From our unique Experience360 Program to conducting research with faculty members to studying abroad, you’ll learn outside the classroom as well as inside—starting on day one. This focus helps DelVal students achieve positive outcomes before and after graduation, and we have the outcomes to prove it.

Vibrant student life
As a residential university, DelVal provides a vibrant and engaging campus environment. Between meeting new friends, participating in hall programs, and benefiting from the mutual support of fellow students, living on campus provides a growth experience unlike any other. More than half of our students are involved in intramural, recreational, or athletic teams.