Kellstadt is a nationally known business graduate school dedicated to developing the real-world business sense you need to take your leadership capabilities to the next level.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs in 16 areas of concentration, including a custom MBA that you can tailor to your unique goals.
Master of Science degree programs to advance your career — 18 programs across a wide spectrum of business and financial disciplines.
A distinguished Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) program designed to prepare you to excel at higher levels of business or academia.
DePaul University and its Kellstadt Graduate School of Business are nationally ranked and well-known among major employers. Our faculty is renowned and respected for thought leadership, academic achievement and research success.
Ranked nationally in The Princeton Review’s Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies (2020).
Ranked no. 33 among MBA in International Business programs in North America by Eduniversal (2019).
“The best part of the DePaul graduate program was that I got much more than technical skills — I developed business acumen that helped set me apart as most qualified for the job.”
Every year, the vast majority of advanced degree holders from Kellstadt are active and working in their chosen fields. One reason: the Kellstadt Career Management Center.
The Kellstadt Career Management Center offers a unique and valuable combination of career planning resources. Specialists at the center provide you with personalized support and the benefit of their close relationships with employers and firsthand industry knowledge to help you reach your career goals.
of Kellstadt graduates were employed, continuing education or pursuing other goals within six months of graduation.
Admission events are a great way to meet Kellstadt faculty, learn more about academic opportunities and get a direct sense of DePaul's unique learning philosophy and environment.
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