You'll join a cohort for this program, which means you'll be part of a collaborative learning group or a “team of academic colleagues.” You’ll learn, solve problems and build relationships together.
Cohort Program Benefits
Benefits of our cohort program include:
Starting and finishing the degree program together. You'll develop a solid network over an extended time where you'll also have the consistent support of your colleagues.
- Establishing life-long relationships. You'll establish a vital professional network that you'll carry throughout your career.
Sharing similar goals. Specific roles, talents or interests of the cohort members often vary, which gives each cohort its own profile and personality.
- Scheduling your courses for the entire degree program. You'll be able to easily plan your commitments and manage your schedule.
Being taught by DePaul faculty. Our faculty members have extensive experience teaching working with adults like you. And they recognize that as a working professional, you need to balance the demands of home, work and school.
Making your DePaul degree more affordable. You will complete half of the degree at Harper's tuition rate and the other half from DePaul with special University Center pricing, resulting in a more affordable bachelor's degree from a private university.
Belonging to the DePaul network of more than 185,000 alumni.