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The DePaul On-site MBA Program for Tyson Foods Employees

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“When I weighed the specifics of the program—the benefits of an on-site program with a streamlined enrollment process and an attractive cost relative to a traditional program—it was an easy decision to enroll.”
--Anthony, MBA ‘18

The DePaul On-site MBA for Tyson 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. 

The curriculum for the on-site MBA cohort for Tyson 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

Program Details

For information regarding the current Tyson Foods MBA program, including the curriculum, courses and financing options, please follow the links below:

The DePaul MBA cohort program is a face-to-face program for employees in the Chicago office. Employees from other locations or who are traveling for work may access the program remotely during the scheduled class times via Zoom. 

How to Apply
  • Initiate the online graduate application at go.depaul.edu/apply.
  • Select Graduate and create an account.
  • Select Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.
  • Select entry term:  Spring 2020
  • Select Yes for employer cohort.
  • Choose Tyson Foods as your employer.
  • Submit your résumé in the online application or email it to kgsb@depaul.edu.
  • Submit Official Transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (international transcripts will need document evaluation).
  • Transcripts may be submitted electronically by your college or university to kgsbdocuments@depaul.edu or by mail.
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