DePaul Onsite MBA Program for McDonald's Employees
The DePaul Onsite MBA for McDonald's employees gives you the advantage of practical knowledge with a focus on leadership. You learn how to apply theory to practice and get things done. You’ll leave DePaul with new ideas and skills you can apply immediately.
Benefits to McDonald's Employees:
- A 25% tuition discount, equivalent to a savings of over $19,000, will be provided to McDonald's employees enrolled in the MBA degree program.
- GMAT/GRE waiver
- Application fee waiver
- Streamlined application process (no essay or letters of reference required)
The curriculum for the Onsite MBA Cohort for McDonald's employees provides a wide range of courses that incorporate casework and teamwork. You will develop detailed knowledge and skills in:
- Negotiation Skills
- Leadership in Your Organization
- Ethics and Leadership
- Creativity & Innovation in Business
For detailed information regarding the McDonald's MBA program curriculum, courses, and financing options please follow the links below:
Undergraduate and Graduate Programs
DePaul offers a range of degrees that span virtually every field. Our programs offer a blend of in-depth study and practical experience. And because we're known nationally for academic excellence, our reputation will enhance yours.
Some degree programs are offered entirely online. You'll get the same small classes and personal attention DePaul is known for.
DePaul offers more than 30 certificate programs through Continuing and Professional Education (CPE). These programs are offered on campus, online and can be customized and taught on-site to meet the need of organizations — including programs in project management, human resources management, financial planning and marketing.
The College of Computing and Digital Media's Institute of Professional Development (IPD) also offers a variety of intensive certificate programs designed for IT professionals who wish to learn new technologies and upgrade their skills in a short amount of time.
*Certificate programs are excluded from the 10 percent tuition discount.