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Delta International University (DIU) is an undergraduate and graduate institution offering online and on campus programs in the areas of Business and Public Administration.

DIU Accreditation: DIU has the Full Accreditation from ASIC (Accreditation Service for International Colleges). ASIC is a recognized accrediting organization in the UK.
Please click here to see the certificate of accreditation from ASIC.

ASIC is a member of "CHEA International Quality Group", USA:
http://www.chea.org/
http://www.cheainternational.org/pdf/CIQG%20Members.pdf

DIU E-Library is supported by ebrary. This library has access to Business & Economics, a growing e-book collection spanning all academic subject areas. Ebrary is under ProQuest.
Registered students can use their student code to acess to our E-Library, thought DIU e-learning system..

Delta International University is in the process of transferring its operations to the State of Florida. DIU is no longer licensed to operate as a degree-granting institution by the State of Louisiana.

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Delta International University welcomes students from all over the world who would like to complete an MBA (Master of Business Administration), MPA (Master of Public Administration) & BBA (Bachelor of Buisness Administration). Students from 16 countries around the world have registered at DIU.
Our programs and degrees are approved by the State of Louisiana, USA.

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DIU E-Library is accesible only by registered students. Please login to our E-Learning system, use your student ID number, and click on: "Link to DIU's ebrary site".


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DIU has the Full Accreditation from ASIC (Accreditation Service for International Colleges). ASIC is a recognized accrediting organization in the UK.

 

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