How is DePaul University's Reputation?
I'm in my senior year of college for my bachelors degree and I've been thinking about going for a Masters degree in Computer, Information, & Network Security from DePaul University. I have options to do my coursework online (which I like) and I hear they have a sterling reputation.
Tuition is very pricy so if I decide to apply and enroll there, I want to be sure I can have a job ready for me when I graduate. Is the school as great and notable as everyone says?
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
DePaul is respected. It is a school that is loaded with alumni members.Here is some information about their computer science program. At the 2006 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest, in which over 5,600 teams representing 1,733 universities from 84 countries competed, DePaul placed 29th, one of three U.S. universities in the top 30 (MIT placed 7th, Princeton placed 28th). CDM is a recognized national leader in computer network security and information assurance education, according to a designation bestowed by the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. DePaul was named as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the two agencies in early 2005. CDM was one of only six schools nationwide (and the only Midwestern university) selected by Sony Pictures Imageworks to take part in the inaugural Imageworks Professional Academic Excellence (IPAX) program. The program is a collaboration to educate faculty and structure curricula in an effort to develop future artists, designers, animators and engineers who will help the visual effects industry to grow.
In 2005 DePaul became the first Liberal Arts university in the US to offer a Bachelors degree in Computer Games Development, and in 2008 named Eugene Jarvis their first Game Designer in Residence. Their video Game Design was one of five schools featured in Electronic Gaming Monthly June 2011 issue. The other schools included MIT, USC, and University of Utah.
Please remember that Kerrie L. Holley, The Chief Architect of IBM Global Services and IBM Distinguished Engineer; IBM Black Engineer of the Year Award Recipient 2003 is from DePaul.
DePaul is very good for computer science, but great for business. Here is a list of their notable alumni:
Richard Driehaus, CEO, Driehaus Capital Management
Jack Greenberg, former CEO, McDonald's Corporation
James M. Jenness, CEO, Kellogg Company
Edward J. Joyce, President and COO, Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE)
Greg Silich, Entrepreneur, former Leo Burnett CFO
Laura Thrall, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago, Inc
Bertram L. Scott, President, U.S. Commercial, CIGNA
Peggy Troy, President and CEO, Children’s Hospital and Health System
Frank M.Clark, Chairman and CEO, ComEd
Jeffrey S.Aronin, President and CEO, Ovation Pharmaceuticals
Brooks Boyer, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Chicago White Sox
Leticia Peralta Davis, CEO, Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority
Martin Jahn, General Director, Volkswagen Group RUS
Sister Catherine Ryan, CEO, Maryville Academy
Daniel Ustian, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Navistar International Corp.
Thomas Briatico, President of Maytag Corporation
Robert E. Goldberg, Former Chairman, Chicago Board of Trade
Victor Faraci, Former Senior VP Marketing, Warner Bros.
Kerrie L. Holley, Chief Architect of IBM Global Services and IBM Distinguished Engineer; IBM Black Engineer of the Year Award Recipient 2003
John W. Martin, Jr., Former Vice President and General Counsel Ford Motor Co.
William W. Moreton, President and CFO, Potbelly Sandwich Works
Diane M. Pearse, CFO, Crate and Barrel
Peter Pesce, Executive Vice President, Fifth Third Bank
Richard Rosenfield, Co-Chairman, California Pizza Kitchen
William M. Rudolphsen, Senior Vice President and CFO, Walgreens Co.
Daniel Ustian, CEO and President, Navistar International Corp.
Ernest R. Wish, Chairman of Wish Enterprises; Former Managing Partner, Coopers & Lybrand
Kathleen M. Waltz, President and CEO, Orlando Sentinel Communications
Daniel Krajnovich, CEO, United Healthcare of Indiana
Margaret G. McDermott, Executive Vice president and CEO, Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, Chicago
Carol L. Schneider, President and CEO, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Advocate Hope Children's Hospital, Oak Lawn
Donna Thompson, CEO, Access Community Health Network
Dan Evans, Former Vice President and General Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
George Vukotich, Dean, Concordia University College of Business
Anthony J. Andrukaitis, Director, Kelso Technologies Inc
Deborah A. Carder, President, DuPage Association of Women Lawyers
Patricia J. Parson Founder and former CEO, AmerInd, Inc
Michael A. Bilandic, past Mayor of Chicago
Anne M. Burke, Illinois Supreme Court Justice, 1st District
Joseph Burke, judge of the Illinois Appellate Court (1939–76)
Richard M. Daley, former Mayor of Chicago
Richard J. Daley, former Mayor of Chicago
Terrance Gainer, Sergeant at Arms of the United States Senate
Benjamin Hooks, former Executive Director of the NAACP
Laura Spurr, Chairwoman of the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi (2000–2001, 2003–2010)[1
Samuel Skinner, former Chief Federal Prosecutor, U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Chief of Staff to President George H. W. Bush
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- Anonymous9 years ago
Well, Depaul is well-known because it's an affiliate of the Big East Athletic Conference and the Division I NCAA sports. It has a variety of top-ranked undergraduate and graduate programs. Depaul's computing program is also a recognized national leader in computer network security and information assurance education, according to a designation bestowed by the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
So yes, it's as great as everyone says.
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