Dunlap-Stone University (DSU) is a for-profit college headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. The school was founded in 1995 as the International Import-Export Institute. The name was changed in 2008 to Dunlap-Stone University in honor of pioneers in education, Emmett Merle Dunlap and Sue Marie Stone.
The Law Center within the Dunlap-Stone University offers two accredited master's degrees:
- Master of Laws - U.S. Regulatory Trade law
- Master of Science - Regulatory Trade Compliance
The university offers Bachelor of Science degrees in International Trade Management with three emphasis area options:
Dunlap-Stone is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) It is a test-optional university, meaning students can decide if they want to submit SAT or ACT results to be considered for their admissions.
The university is one of the few that offers classes about Cannabis.
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- HOGAN, SHANNA (9 December 2015). "Interested In a Dope Degree? Phoenix University Offering Cannabis Classes". Phoenix New times. Retrieved 13 September 2020.
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