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Concentration Requirements

Concentrations, tracks and specializations provide focus to the major. In addition to any college core requirements, liberal studies requirements and major requirements, students are required to choose one of the following:

General Concentration

Students are free to choose courses that meet their interests. However, those who wish to pursue a master's degree in Predictive Analytics or a similar computing field should take the CSC courses. Students interested in a master's degree in Marketing Analysis or a similar marketing field should take MKT courses.

Students must fulfill a total of 24 credits selecting from any of the courses below (any additional credit hours taken are eligible toward Open Electives requirements):

Open Electives (46 credit hours)

Open Electives credit is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 credit hours. Students can individualize their learning in several ways using the Open Electives. Open Electives can be fulfilled through courses offered by the School for New Learning and other DePaul colleges, transfer courses, assessment of prior learning (PLA), and independent studies.


Computing Concentration

​Students interested in continuing their study of decision analytics with a master's degree in Predictive Analytics or a similar computing field should complete this concentration.

Students must fulfill a total of 24 credits in the courses below (any additional credit hours taken are eligible toward Open Electives requirements):

      Open Electives (46 credit hours)

      Open Electives credit is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 credit hours. Students can individualize their learning in several ways using the Open Electives. Open Electives can be fulfilled through courses offered by the School for New Learning and other DePaul colleges, transfer courses, assessment of prior learning (PLA), and independent studies.


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