Chicago Police Department (CPD) Partnership and Programs
Saint Xavier University offers a Master of Business Administration program and degree completion programs in partnership with the Chicago Police Department Education and Training Division.
Adult Degree Completion Programs
The Degree Completion Programs are offered online and in-person at the SXU campus.
Degree completion programs are designed for busy professionals who have either earned an associate degree or have prior college credit and are eager to continue their education.
The programs are intended for students whose life/work experience and prior learning allows them to be successful in an accelerated program and to complete self-directed, instructor-assisted research.
If you are interested in other majors offered as an in-person format, please review the full list of undergraduate programs.
Contact the Office of Admission
- Toll Free: 844-GOTO-SXU (844-468-6798)
- Fax: 773-298-3076
- Email: admissionFREESXU
- M-F: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Master of Business Administration
Saint Xavier University offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program and degree completion programs in partnership with the Chicago Police Department Education and Training Division.
Qualified graduate CPD students may apply for the First Responder Discount, which can cover 25% of tuition costs that are not reimbursed by the City of Chicago.
Applications are accepted throughout the year for Graham School of Management's MBA and certificate program classes that are offered on campus and online. Terms begin each year in August, October, January, March and June.
- Email: graduateadmissionFREESXU
Jennifer Maddox '07
"My experience as a Saint Xavier student was valuable. I didn't realize getting my MBA would lead me to a transformational change within myself and my career. The skills that I gained: leadership, initiative, strategic thinking and adaptability to change assisted me within my nonprofit work. We have contributed to the greater good by transforming and changing lives in the community that we serve. Thank you, Saint Xavier, for giving me the foundation."