Corporate Education Partnerships > Corporate Partner Cohort
“I enrolled because of the name and reputation of DePaul and the legacy of the program.”--Christina, MBA student
You can still gain the skills and knowledge you need to take your career to the next level despite the uncertainty about when you will return to your workplace. DePaul is offering a new corporate partner cohort featuring our newly redesigned, shorter MBA for spring 2021. Students enrolled will come from our corporate education partners and affiliated organizations.
You'll be pleased to see that this program offers most of the benefits of our past cohort programs: a 25% tuition discount for the duration of the degree, a dedicated advisor, streamlined admission, and no GMAT required. You will be able to select your own concentration in this new MBA curriculum, which also features several new courses.
Spring 2021 classes will be delivered online with a blend of synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (on-demand) course delivery. In-person, on-site classes will transition to DePaul's Loop Campus when conditions allow. Students unable to attend classes on-site at DePaul may participate via remote technology such as Zoom for the remainder of the degree. They will be able to complete the 60-credit-hour degree in two years (eight academic quarters).
A premier academic reputation. Earn your degree from a university that U.S.News & World Report ranked as one of the “Best National Universities” and “Most Innovative Schools” in 2020. See how DePaul is highly regarded in many fields.
Distinguished faculty. Learn from faculty members with exceptional academic, professional and research backgrounds who understand how to support working adults. You’ll gain hands-on experiences applying the latest theories and best practices in the workplace.
A network of successful alumni. There is a reason that Crain’s calls DePaul alumni “the backbone of Chicago business.” Become a member of DePaul’s alumni network, with more than 122,000 members in the Chicago area and 195,000 worldwide.