About the School
UD's curriculum addresses contemporary business challenges and prepares students through an integrated program of study that develops the whole person. While our state-of-the-art facilities are designed to foster collaboration and teamwork, learning at UD isn’t confined to the classroom.
In the Davis Center for Portfolio Management, undergraduate students invest over $8 million of the University's endowment, one of the top-15 student-managed portfolios in the country. Flyer Enterprises, the nation's fourth-largest student-run business, operates six campus retail establishments, employs more than 170 students and posts more than $1.3 million in annual revenue. Entrepreneurship majors launch more than a dozen micro businesses every year, and haven't gone unnoticed — Entrepreneurship magazine and the Princeton Review named UD one of the nation's top five entrepreneurship programs.
Through problem-focused courses, UD students grow in practical wisdom — integrating learning across disciplines, bringing theory into practice, fostering leadership and instilling ethics and integrity. Our annual executive-in-residence series, "Business As a Calling," brings leading executives to campus to discuss ethics and integrity in leadership. Speakers at the series address how Catholic social teaching, the University's Marianist identity and other religious traditions can foster a deeper sense of purpose and greater social awareness that will contribute to a culture of integrity in business.
This distinctive heritage enables us to offer a transformative education. Our students earn more than just business degrees; they're prepared for professions that are both personally fulfilling and meaningful to the larger community. They're prepared for lives of learning, leadership and service.