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Welcome, Chicago Members of ULI and NAIOP

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"It wasn’t until I started talking to other people through work and at networking events that I realized the value of having an MSRE.  I never saw the value of an MBA, but it turns out a specialized graduate degree in real estate is extremely valuable as a real estate professional.  I feel that I’ve gotten a much more in-depth education specifically focused on the real estate industry that would be unmatched by an MBA, even with a specialization in real estate.  Additionally, the value of being at DePaul in downtown Chicago is a great asset to anyone who wants to work in the city.  The program definitely has a Chicago-focus, through guest speakers and professional resources, which I think will be extremely beneficial to my career here in the city."

-- Molly, MSRE '18

Gain the skills and knowledge you need to take your career to the next level through the partnership between DePaul University and the Chicago chapters of ULI and NAIOP.  Discover the DePaul partnership advantage: streamlined admission, a 25% tuition discount, experienced faculty, peer networking and a well-respected degree.   

Why DePaul?

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 2019. 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 Chicago Business calls DePaul alumni “the backbone of Chicago business.” Become a member of DePaul’s alumni network, with more than 118,000 members in the Chicago area and 190,000 worldwide.