DePaul has more than 300 undergraduate majors and graduate programs, so chances are good we have what you’re looking for. Many of our professors work in Chicago as consultants, researchers and entrepreneurs, and incorporate their experiences in the classroom.
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DePaul’s degree in Business Administration is built upon a strong liberal arts foundation that allows you to learn from a broad business curriculum. You’re encouraged to select a variety of courses to build a wide range of expertise in areas...Read More
Our highly ranked Accounting program provides you with the building blocks you’ll need to analyze, interpret and communicate financial information.
DePaul’s B.S. in Computer Science program provides essential training in the foundations of computing, data storage and information processing.
The Bachelor of Arts in Data Science program offers a curriculum that focuses on developing analytical and technical skills necessary for analyzing massive amounts of data and extracting information from complex data sources.
Through DePaul’s Data Science program, you’ll develop a deep understanding of computer science, mathematics and information management — the three primary components of the data science profession.
As an economics major, you’ll learn how to analyze production, consumption and distribution decisions. As you work toward your Bachelor of Arts in economics, you’ll gain the theoretical, quantitative and analytical skills necessary to understand...Read More
Our Management degree program will provide you with an overview of business operations, including techniques to strategically align the human, technology and financial assets of a firm.
DePaul’s undergraduate Finance degree will provide you with a solid foundation in financial management and an understanding of public and private financial processes, financial markets, analysis and investments.
As an Economics major, you’ll learn how to think about behaviors and problems that exist in an economy. You’ll also learn how to analyze economic data to identify and address these problems.
As a Mathematics and Computer Science major, you will take coursework in both the College of Computing and Digital Media and the College of Science and Health. Courses will prepare you for a profession in a variety of areas in computer science,...Read More