College of Business > Academics > Department of Management & Entrepreneurship > Graduate Programs > Management (MS)
For early career professionals from non-business backgrounds, the MS in Management prepares you to gain a thorough understanding of management theory and techniques. With a master’s in Management from DePaul, you’ll learn to successfully lead, manage and implement change in a wide range of organizations.
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Chicago is home to approximately 35 Fortune 500 companies and hundreds of national and local companies, startups and non-profits. You’ll have countless opportunities to network with Chicago companies like Aon, McDonald’s, Walgreens, Motorola and United Airlines.
Submit an online application, essay, résumé and official transcripts.
You’ll take a total of 13 courses (48 credit hours).
of reporting 2018 graduates were employed within six months of graduation
Courses are taught by faculty with experience teaching around the world. Daniel Heiser, associate professor and Chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, has taught classes in countries including Bahrain, Chile, Czech Republic, China, Finland, Germany, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates. He brings global perspectives into the classroom, where he teaches supply chain management and project management.
You’ll be connected to more than 65,000 DePaul business alumni and fellow program alumni who have gone on to leadership roles at firms such as Aon, Grainger, and Northern Trust. In addition, you'll have opportunities to network with 116,000 fellow DePaul University alumni who are currently living and working in the Chicago area.
Graduate school is an investment in your future. Kellstadt awarded more than $3 million to incoming students last year. Learn more about scholarship opportunities available to you.
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