DePaul University is a proud partner with the Fraternal Order of Police, Chicago Lodge 7.
Since its founding, DePaul has been recognized as a university of academic excellence and for its longstanding commitment to the city. As members of Lodge 7, DePaul recognizes that you also have a unique knowledge of and connection to the City of Chicago. We are pleased to welcome Chicago's finest to DePaul University, and we look forward to showing you how we use the city as a classroom and laboratory for ideas and experiences that come from our unique relationship to this vibrant and dynamic urban community. Welcome!
In tune with the unique needs of working adults and CPD employees. DePaul recognizes how busy your lifestyle is and that you have great ambitions within the Chicago Police Department and beyond. Earning your bachelor degree or pursuing an advanced degree can help you get there. As a DePaul student, you'll experience a university dedicated to teaching and working with busy adults.
DePaul University will accept tuition reimbursement benefits offered to members of the FOP.
DePaul Degree Programs for Members of Lodge 7. DePaul has developed customized degree programs tailored to your prior learning, training experiences, interests and intended career path — making sure you can get to where you want to go. Getting your degree is important, but earning a degree from DePaul says something about who you are and your level of commitment to your goals.
DePaul University is offering the following degree program for the members of the Fraternal Order of Police and Chicago police sergeants, lieutenants and captains:
Bachelor of Arts Degree Completion Program in Business Administration, scheduled to start in Spring 2019
DePaul will help you gain the knowledge and skills you’ll need as a manager, supervisor or administrator in the corporate or nonprofit sectors. Students in this program will earn credit for prior learning and professional training experience through the Chicago Police Academy.
Program highlights include coursework in:
- Project management
- Professional communications
- Human resources
- Risk management
- Workplace law
- Technology, crime and civic engagement
Contact Ed Ramsay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-362-8474 to learn more about the degree programs or information on admission.