To be admitted to the Master of Arts in Public Relations and Advertising, applicants must demonstrate a capacity for achievement through past academic or professional work. The College of Communication looks at each application as a unique presentation of a candidate's profile and will consider a variety of information sources. Admission decisions will be based on the following:
An English language examination is required for applicants who have completed their undergraduate education outside the USA. Minimum TOEFL score requirements are listed as follows:
International students (those who were educated outside of the U.S. and/or require an F1 visa) must take additional steps to be considered for admission. Please review International Student Admission for exact information.
- 590 for a paper test
- 243 for a computer test
- 96 for an Internet test with no section scoring under a 22
- 7.5 for IELTs test
Tuition Award Available for Winter 2014, Spring 2014, and Fall 2014
DePaul is offering a tuition award to new students starting a
College of Communication graduate program in Winter 2014, Spring 2014,
and Fall 2014. The tuition award is for $525 toward each four-credit
hour course – up to two courses per term. The award amounts to a total
of $6,300 towards a twelve-course graduate program ($6,825 for the
thirteen-course Digital Communication and Media Arts program).
For details including eligibility requirements, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission at (773) 325-7315 or email@example.com
Application materials including the statement of purpose, writing samples, and resume, can be uploaded directly into the online application. Applicants also have the option of submitting the application without these items and emailing them separately to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students may request recommendations through the online application and track whether they have been submitted.
Transcripts (and letters of recommendation not submitted through the online application) should be mailed to:
Office of Graduate Admission
College of Communication
2400 N. Sheffield Avenue
Chicago, IL 60614-2215
Application credentials (including official electronic transcripts) also can be emailed to the Office of Graduate Admission at email@example.com
. Please make sure your name is on all documents.
The M.A. PRAD program admits students for Fall and Winter quarter. There are no deadlines to submit an application, the admission committee regularly reviews new
applications for Fall and Winter quarter.
Priority deadlines are set below for students interested in admission scholarships. Admission scholarships are based on merit. A minimum 3.7 GPA is required to be considered for an admission scholarship:
We review applications for Fall quarter on an continuous basis. To be considered for admission scholarships in the Fall quarter, applicants should submit an application by June 1.
We review applications for Winter quarter on an continuous basis. To be considered for admission scholarships in the Winter quarter, applicants should submit an application by November 2.
Learn more about the Public Relations and Advertising graduate program and meet with program faculty at an upcoming information session