Kellstadt Alumni Post-MBA
The Kellstadt Graduate School of Business offers a post-graduate program exclusively for its alumni. The program provides an opportunity for Kellstadt
graduates with an MBA to earn an additional concentration at a significantly
reduced tuition rate.
In today's fast-paced, global business environment, it is essential for working professionals to
respond proactively to market changes. Staying ahead of the
curve and expanding your skill set can help you to reach your
long-term career goals, as well as foster new professional opportunities.
Earn an Additional Concentration
The Post-MBA Concentration Program equips alumni with the tools needed to
achieve such opportunities. For example, a recent graduate with a real estate
and finance concentration may want to increase their marketability to
potential employers by earning an additional concentration in entrepreneurship.
Or an alumnus with a concentration in marketing who earned their MBA 15 years
ago may want to explore other career options by earning an additional
concentration in management accounting. With more than 30 MBA concentrations to
choose from at the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, the
possibilities are endless.
Earning a new concentration
can usually be accomplished by taking three courses from our wide range of MBA concentrations.
completion, the new concentration will be added to your official DePaul
Coupled with earning an additional concentration, the MBA Career Management Center can
help you to develop an action plan to reach your career goals. Our career
specialists will work with you to expand networking opportunities and provide
in-depth resources and personal attention to guide you toward your destination.
KGSB Alumni Scholarship
All Kellstadt alumni taking graduate-level Kellstadt courses in the U.S. are
eligible for the Kellstadt Alumni Scholarship of $800 per four credit hour course.
Submit a new online application.
Double Demon Scholarship
The Double Demon scholarship, offered exclusively to DePaul alumni, covers 25 percent of the tuition for a master’s degree or qualifying certificate program at DePaul and applies to over 100 programs within these nine graduate colleges and schools: the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business; College of Communication; College of Computing and Digital Media; College of Education; College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences; College of Science and Health; School for New Learning; School of Nursing; and School of Public Service.
If you're interested in continuing your education in other ways at DePaul, explore these opportunities:
- Continuing and Professional EducationCPE uses the university's extensive connections and large network of instructors and business professionals to provide post-secondary education in the following areas: financial planning, human resources and training, management, marketing, communications and law, and more.
- CPA Review Courses This unique online program includes more than 100 hours of lectures, online quizzes and instruction by experienced university faculty on the following topics: regulation, financial accounting and reporting, auditing and attestation and business envrionment and concepts.
- Specialized Master's Programs (for MBA alumni) Some of your MBA courses may count toward a specialized master's degree (M.S.).
- MBA Program (for M.S.
alumni) Some of your M.S. courses may count toward an MBA degree.
If you have questions after visiting the pages above, please email us for more information.