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Undergraduate Degree Programs

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Undergraduate Degrees

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Business Administration (BA in Professional Studies): Provides a grounding in general business for students seeking to deepen and expand their professional expertise

Computing (BA in Professional Studies): Designed for students seeking to advance their careers in fields of computing and network technologies

Decision Analytics (BA): An interdisciplinary field where students learn the collection, analysis and communication of complex and dynamic data sets

Healthcare Administration (BA): Tailored for students seeking to advance their careers in Healthcare or who want to redirect their careers to the Healthcare industry

Leadership Studies (BA):  For students interested in developing career expertise in fields such as communication, conflict management, and organizational change

Nonprofit Management (BA) New Degree Program: Builds knowledge and skills for application in nonprofit settings, especially within administrative, supervisory and managerial positions.

Accelerated Programs

If you have an Associates Degree or 66 applicable semester hours we also offer accelerated two year programs:

Applied Behavioral Sciences (BA): For students who would like to pursue a career in human services, social work, nonprofit management and other related fields

Undergraduate Admission

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How to apply
  • Create a new account and select School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
  • Send all transcripts from accredited schools and universities you have attended to: 
    DePaul University 
    Office of Admission
    1 E. Jackson Blvd.
    Chicago, IL USA 60604
  • Electronic transcripts and test scores may be sent to electronictranscripts@depaul.edu. If submitting transcripts via SCRIP-SAFE, please be sure to connect with the DePaul University Undergraduate Admissions account.
  • Questions? Email adultenrollment@depaul.edu or call (312) 362-6338 to meet with an admissions counselor. Attend an adult information session or request more information.