Department Of Business Management
At DKA, the university prepares students for leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and conducts modern research that informs business practice. The DK Business program is an exciting place to be because it provides an environment that encourages the development of a multitude of gifts and talents. We’re educating tomorrow’s leaders, and we are improving the economies of African nations by improving the communities we live in. As a College of Business, we aim to act like a good business: we think about return on investment in what we do and in the programs we offer; we try to create value for our students and the greater community we serve; we aim to streamline the experience of anyone intersecting with our college; and we seek to improve the lives of our stakeholders. We take our jobs seriously and aim to develop students into outstanding employees, entrepreneurs, and leaders in local communities and wherever they go.
Whatever one’s life and career goals, DKA programs and faculty can help transform students into lifelong learners with the ability to thrive in an ever-changing world. If you are considering a business major or are taking courses as part of the DKA (general education program), I invite you to take advantage of the resources and opportunities that DKA has to offer.”
Dale Kietzman Academy Department of Business management is committed to an educational approach that is culturally relevant and socially aware.
- Post Graduate Degrees
To help our students to efficiently manage businesses in the 21st Century.
All Our Diplomas Are Issued From The USA.
We are approved to offer degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate level.
85% Job Placement
For All Our Graduates in Africa
for all students in Africa
Transfer to USA College
Transfer during or on completion of your program
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Online library of research manuals
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Distance Learning Course (online & Zoom)
On Campus in Douala, Cameroon(with internet)
Dale Kietzman Academy scores a Sorbonne scholarship for Cameroonian student
MEDIA RELEASE 15 April 2019 Dale Kietzman Academy scores a Sorbonne scholarship for Cameroonian student Utah based Dale Kietzman Academy creates leaders out of students from underserved communities. We provide scholarships to… US and international students who cannot afford tuition fees. Scholarship holder and Cameroon native Nopchinto Moumeni Ibrahim’s scholarship to the Sorbonne University shows how valuable a Dale Kietzman Academy education can be.
Graduating high school was a huge achievement for Ibrahim. His passion and potential gained him a scholarship to the Dale Kietzman Academy’s Cameroon Campus in 2015 and he went on to become the first in his family to graduate from college.
4 years later he has a Masters of Science (Geronto and Geriatric Rehabilitation) from the prestigious Sorbonne University in France. Nopchinto Moumeni Ibrahim, Graduate “My family and friends are proud of all I have achieved, but my hopes are to the future and the change I can be in the world.” Barri Courts (PhD), Utah Campus President “If you have the talent and ability to succeed, concerns about funding should not stop you from going to University. At Dale Kietzman Academy we pride ourselves on creating opportunities for talented students to achieve their dreams through our scholarship program.” Mballa Elanga Edmond VII (PhD),Head of Extension Campus in Douala-Cameroon “The relationship we have with the Dale Kietzman Academy gives students from poor communities and countries the opportunity to break the poverty cycle and get education and career opportunities they could not otherwise hope for.” MEDIA CONTACT Eric Elbert Email: email@example.com Phone: +1 (385) 743-0333 ABOUT US The Dale Kietzman Academy has campuses in Utah, USA and Cameroon that serve a diverse population through economic development, social progress, and community outreach. We are committed to an educational approach that is culturally relevant and socially aware. Our education philosophy is to engage students in culture and society with a biblical worldview that enables them to be productive in all areas of life. Read more “Dale Kietzman Academy scores a Sorbonne scholarship for Cameroonian student”
Hello. I am a former student Mafo Josiane from the Higher Institute Dale Kietzman located in Béedi after the General Hospital opposite evangelical church. Just to share my experience in this institute. I recognize the dedication and responsibility of the leaders of this institute in supporting the low cost of training for the well being… of students of all levels and preparation for the world of employment. Read more “Mafo Josiane”
Ngweya Irene – B.Sc. in International Development
Hi… My Name is Ngweya Irene. A student of international development and project management, in ISDK 2017–2018 academic year, my studies at this school was one of its kinds. This can define the nature of the administration and teachers I came across in the school, every one was welcoming and understanding they were more of parents… than just mere teachers. Hence rendering the environment very favorable for successful studies. In my case, I was one of the English-speaking students but it was never a problem because everything I needed was provided. ISDK is a place to be for true studies. ISDK is our Cameroon Campus which we own and manage. Read more “Ngweya Irene – B.Sc. in International Development”
Djike Rovanolf – B.Sc.in Business administration with a speciality in Accounting/ Control and Auditing
My name is DJIKE ZAGO SEMAO ROVANOLF. I attended Dale Kietzman Academy, where I studied from 2016 to 2018 and graduated with a Bachelor degree in Business administration with a speciality in Accounting/ Control and Auditing. Those past 2 years, studying at DKA, Cameroon Branch was full of so many episodes characterised by challenges I… personally faced, acquaintance and interaction with people was greatly beneficial, and certain other fundamental based which I acquired over there to be a better person in the society. Some of the challenges I encountered were first my language barrier but DKA readily offered so many outstanding lecturers, prominent in both language French and English which was a big push and relief for my person due to the fact that I did all my entire studies since child hood in a english speaking school. One of those things that marked me was the passion that they put in training us, one of our teacher quoted that “it is not the paper or the certificate that matters but rather it’s the ethical and fundamental values that you acquire here that would build you for tomorrow”. I came out of this school with certificates but what I’m so happy about is coming out full with values and culture that they nurtured in me because it’s built me in who I’m today and for who I will be tomorrow. Read more “Djike Rovanolf – B.Sc.in Business administration with a speciality in Accounting/ Control and Auditing”
Our Unique Approach To Study At DKA
At DKA, educational quality is high. And the way a student feels in a smaller academic setting is HUGE. We stand by our promise, that all our students receive individual attention and care.
Greater student involvement.
Smaller staff sizes mean that professors have to use student volunteers more often. This provides students real-life experience in their fields of learning while strengthening the bond they have with their professors.
Higher quality professors.
The chances of getting a rookie graduate student as an instructor are much higher in a large university that has numerous graduate programs with grad students that need trained to be professors.
Focused on students not research.
Generally speaking, professors at big research schools have to prioritize their research over their teaching roles in order to preserve their careers and climb the ladder. This isn’t the case at DKA, where the way to advancement for professors is in teaching performance.
With a smaller class size, DKA professors have time to provide comprehensive, thoughtful feedback on students’ work. Big schools breeze through papers as quickly as possible because of the sheer volume of papers (if not done electronically) that need to be graded.
More papers written.
Students that come from DKA typically have written more papers before graduation than their larger school counterparts. And the more a student writes, the better they’ll be at communications – which is a must have skill in today’s global, connected economy.
Naturally more nimble than large schools, DKA is able to create and implement new, innovative curriculum for the changing needs of today’s students. And because we don’t have all the broad-stroke policies of a large school, we don’t always have to force programs and classes on every student.
Smaller class sizes give DKA students more of an opportunity to collaborate with professors in groundbreaking research and cutting edge thought leadership.
In large institutions, there are armies of secretaries and endless litanies of departments all of which make it hard to get your questions answered.
At DKA, it’s quite possible that everyone will know your name. There’s really not much you can do to replace the feeling of being special that every student (person, really) craves.
Associate's Level Certificates
Bachelor's Level Certificates
Master's Level Certificates
All Courses are 3 credits
(1 – 2 years)
Our associate degree in business is the same for all business students.
Associate Degree In Business
+60 credits (total – 120 credits)
(associate degree + 2 years)