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Whether you have partial credit toward a college degree or want to go in a new direction, earning a degree online at DePaul University is a great way to advance your career. There’s no more time to waste. A brighter future starts right here, right now, at DePaul.
This is everything you expect from a DePaul education, delivered online. From one-on-one attention from distinguished professors to the university’s close connections to the business and professional communities, you’ll develop the real-world skills and relationships you need to put your future in fast forward.
DePaul’s online degree programs are available in a variety of modalities to fit your life and learning style. In real time or on your time, online or on campus—the choices vary by program and course, but the choice is always yours. Here, you can get the results you want the way you want.
Online courses are not new here. The quality of our online programs reflect a decade of investment, focus and faculty commitment to deliver the stellar experience—and results—that DePaul is known for.
DePaul offers a wide range of innovative, highly relevant online undergraduate degree programs across five schools, offering multiple paths forward to your future:
DePaul’s stellar academic reputation and connections. Frequent personal interaction with distinguished, committed faculty. A wide range of exciting online degree programs. There’s no better place than DePaul University to get the degree you need for the career you want. What are you waiting for?
Invest in your future. Invest in yourself. Select a program to find out more, or
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*Degree can be completed online by transfer students.
DePaul’s online programs are formally
authorized or exempt from authorization in every state (and Washington, D.C.).
Each term DePaul offers hundreds of courses online. Log in to
Campus Connect to search for current and upcoming courses.
Online students located outside of Illinois may issue a complaint using any of the university’s standard complaint processes, or using the complaint process made available to students through DePaul’s participation in the
State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA).