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Delta International University of New Orleans (DIU) is an undergraduate and graduate degree granting institution offering online programs in the areas of Business and Public Administration. DIU is fully recognized and approved by the State of Louisiana, USA to offer programs and deliver degrees (university diplomas).

DIU Accreditation: DIU received 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..

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Delta International University of New Orleans welcomes students from all over the world who would like to complete an MBA (Master of Business Administration). Students from 16 countries around the world have registered at DIU.
Our MBA program 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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