Over the last 20 years, DePaul University in Chicago has developed a well-deserved reputation for both its degree-granting and continuing education business and technology programs. While Northwestern and the University of Chicago compete on the world academic stage, DePaul has built a critical niche educating Chicagoland's residents at the confluence of academics and practical applications. DePaul's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business part-time MBA program for working professionals is annually awarded a top ten ranking. The school's entrepreneurship programs are similarly acknowledged. And DePaul's College of Computing and Digital Media has a national reputation – and world class facilities. Finally for years, DePaul has trained hundreds of eager techies with its certification courses in such highly-pertinent areas as telecommunications/networking, project management, java and OO programming, Microsoft .Net development, relational databases/SQL and data warehousing/business intelligence. Indeed, I was an appreciative beneficiary of this training in my consulting management roles for quite some time.
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