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Study Business in the USA

Why Study Business?

Studying business gives you an insight into how a company works and allows you to specialize. You will learn important life skills to help you in your career. One of the benefits of studying business is that you can apply this knowledge to any industry, giving you many options when you graduate.

Key facts
  • Intakes
    Fall, Winter & Summer
  • Length
    Undergraduate:
    3, 4, or 5 Quarters 
    Graduate:
    2 or 3 Quarters 
Entry requirements

Check our academic and English language entry requirements

Fees

Visit the Fees page for full details.

Reasons to Study Business at DePaul

DePaul’s undergraduate business school, the Driehaus College of Business, was the 10th to be established in the USA and offers experience and prestige to its students. The College provides high quality teaching that is recognized as a leader.

The graduate school, the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, is known for innovation and developing its programs to reflect current issues.

Based in central Chicago, in the heart of the business and financial community, studying at DePaul offers you the opportunity to work with leading companies and attend events where you can develop your network.

With 30+ Fortune 500 companies in Chicago, DePaul students have access to internships and receive guidance from top CEOs and company leaders in and outside of the classroom.

DePaul is known for its quality of students and graduates, and the connection to the Chicago business community supports your learning and professional growth. 69% of undergraduate business students complete internships during their time at DePaul.

Graduates of our business programs go on to work at companies like:

  • Amazon
  • Discover Financial Services
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.
  • McDonalid's Corporation
  • United Airlines

Degrees and Courses

Choose from a range of programs to suit your interests and develop your career in your chosen direction.

  • Undergraduate

    Degrees offered

    Receive a Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) in the following programs, either through the GGP or by direct admission.

    • Accountancy
    • Actuarial Science
    • Business Administration
    • Economics
    • Finance
    • Hospitality Leadership
    • Management
    • Management Information Systems
    • Marketing
    • Real Estate

    Sample courses

    • Business Ethics & Society
    • Career Management Skills
    • Creativity & Entrepreneurship
    • Effective Business Communication
    • Principles of Management
    • Social Media Marketing
    • Sustainable Management
    • Topics in Global Economies
  • Graduate

    Degrees offered

    Global Gateway Program:

    • Accountancy (MSA)
    • Business Analytics (MS)
    • Finance (MS)
    • Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance (MS)
    • Management (MS)
    • Marketing (MS)
    • Sustainable Management (MS)

    Direct Admission:

    • Accountancy (MSA)
    • Audit and Advisory Services (MS)
    • Business Administration (MBA)
    • Business Analytics (MS)
    • Business Strategy and Decision Making (MBA)
    • Computational Finance (MS)
    • Economics and Policy Analysis (MS)
    • Finance (MS)
    • Hospitality Leadership and Operational Performance (MS)
    • DA Human Resources (MS)
    • Marketing (MS)
    • Marketing Analysis (MS)
    • Real Estate (MS)
    • Supply Chain Management (MS)
    • Sustainable Management (MS)
    • Taxation (MS)

    Sample courses

    • Fundamentals of Business Analytics
    • Financial Accounting
    • Business Analytics Tools
    • Effective Business Communication
    • Strategic Decision Making and Game Theory
    • Management for Effective and Ethical Organizational Behavior
    • Business Models and Innovation Strategy

#97 Undergraduate Business Programs(U.S. News & World Report, 2021)

#52 Best Undergraduate Accounting Programs(U.S. News & World Report, 2021)

Your Application

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