DePaul’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business offers many opportunities for DePaul graduate and undergraduate students to save time and tuition dollars by earning combined degrees.
Accelerated Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs
DePaul undergraduates with any major can earn both bachelor's and Kellstadt specialized master's degrees in as little as five years in these combined bachelor's and master's degree programs.
For DePaul business majors, opportunities to earn combined degrees include:
For more information on combined bachelor's and master's degree requirements, visit the DePaul University Catalog.
Health Sector Management MBA / MA in Health Communication
A joint degree program offered by the Kellstadt Graduate School of Business and DePaul's College of Communication, the Master of Business Administration / Master of Arts in Health Communication develops students’ managerial acumen and their expertise and communicators.
Learn more about the Health Sector Management MBA/MA in Health Communication.
Dual MBA and Specialized Business Master's Degrees
The Dual MBA and specialized master’s degree option gives students the opportunity to combine more than one area of business expertise, providing graduates with a marketable dual credential.
Why earn a dual MBA/MS degree?
Staying competitive in business requires professionals to be adaptable and knowledgeable in cross-functional areas.
DePaul makes it easy for students to earn both degrees simultaneously or sequentially.
Courses taken during an MBA program can apply towards a specialized master’s degree, and vice versa.
Students can complete both degrees with as few as six additional courses.
What are the MBA concentration offerings?
DePaul's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business offers 20 MBA concentrations
that may be earned full-time or part-time.
What specialized master’s degrees does DePaul offer?
Kellstadt offers 17 specialized master's degree programs.